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

Tho following &rp the entries fdr the Champion Sweep- stakes :- _ _ 1. air J. C. Collin»'« g g Eclipse, 0 yrs, Ey Blacklock out of Honey- suckle. 2. Blair'« br g Vail Trornp, aged, by Vagrant 3. Cobham'« ch e riihcrman a > ra, by l'ititbrd. 4. J. Tait'» ch m Zoo, aged, by Sir llsrculea, darn Flora M'ltor. . Í. 3. Single a ch g Ben Holt, aged, br JEther, dam a Gratti mart

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

C E I C X E T. MATCHES TO COME. Tblà Day-Albion C. C. v. Albert C. C..:....-.Domain. " - Glebe v. Utllted ..-...-. " -The Fins Club T. The Empire Club .' Garrlion Ground. Easter Monday.-Alexandria v. Commercial .Kuabcutter's Hay. i. ,, -Sydney University v. llaltland(return)-..Maitland, " " -Nailvei v. Glebe .:. '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE QUEENSLAND TURF. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

farJ3 eWEENSIiAm) TTJBïS ÏProih oir aun Correspondent.J At.last tile entrances for our Champion SireopjtaVes havo boen declared, with the proviso that any letters that may yet"'corno to hand bearing the past mark of 1st March will bo received. ,Below I giro you a full ac- count of the nominations for this event. Your Colony, jon will porcoive, furnishes two out of tho five outrances. Zoo, tho present champion, being of course the favourite, whether sho will fulfil the sanguine hopos oilier numerous friends and backors remains to1 be seen ; there is one thing, however, to be talton into consideration, and that is, that chango of climate, food, nnd water debars many a good horse from shaping in his best form, AVo beg, howevor, to wish success to the maro and her phicly On noir-who will well doaorvo his triumph, should ho bo fortunato enough to pull off tho big stako on tho 29th May. Glad indeed shall we bo to welcome Mr Single among us, withchis gallant littlo boraopBon Bolt, and atne...

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 — 23 March 1861

rADrEBTISEMENT.1 Attention is invited to tho following -rule of The A.' J. 0., in accordance with which the necessary forms can be obtained at the office of JielFa Life in Sydney, 226, Caatlercagh-atreot i "85. Entrances for the races under the management of the Australian Jockey- Club shall he made according to printed forms, and tho Honorary Secretary Will from timo to time adrorliso frdm whom they may bo obtained, and tho days on willeri outrances under coverj may bo delirorod or posted to him."

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WROLRSMLE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

SYÖNEY .MARKETS, 'FRIDA.'é'. ' WKOtSMtE PlttCIB. WHEAT.<H 6rt to T» 0d per bu>htl¡ltour,£18ta£10 per tont malz*. 6< ti Snail b»rtey,4*6d¡ cape do 4«6dperbu>lnl; hay, omen, £6 to £8* lucerne, £3 10s to £4 per toni batter, 9d ; cheese. 54 to 1«; bacon 6d to 8d per lb ; R<st 04 toi» per dawn t fowls 2* (id Li 3s M per couple, poutoci, £5 p"or ton ; fat plus 6d per pound : beef, 40». mut- ton, SO por cwt ; Hides. BJ to 12s ; tobacco, 1« 2d lo Is 64 per lb, beat quality. Lucerne seed U ' it per lyretail 'li i decennial red clover, illuo ditto; whlfb Dutch, 4s 6d rer lb i stAMon and tnbtel grauest 2»6d per lb, »wghura saccharatum, Sdper lb i seed oats ia Od to 4i. pet bushel. , « k « - > . - . ' " . . FEltllH AND SON, CoramlMlon Agents.

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VICTORIAN TURF. TURF CLUB RACES— FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

VICTOKIAN TURF. TUBF CLUB EACES.-FniDAY. ilsUKDSTAND STAKE«-Sir James. I . , . ¿ancaster."_...,'.;.r. 2 KCBSXRT-Veitora.:.'...i....... I Sorcerer..,.'.,,."... 2 UsTmordLlTAR H¿Mi>íc*i>...Bo1cro.,.J..'..., 1 , ., Gaffer Gray.».,2 LAMB STAKES-Ilapimtrd. I Trjr Me :..;.«..<.-..":... 2 SHdaTt-Blrditring ..._.......'... 1 Derroot Atthore "....n.-...,.......,...J. 2

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

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. ' Messrs. Burt audCo. still notice nu Increasing demand for well broken, useful horses, moro particularly st>Ilsh hackneys and har- ne« horses, whieh are extremely scarce. The post week's Sales have exhibited an unusually large number oflarge sl7ed horses, principally from the Shoalhaven and Kiama districts, of which ninny however, have heen cleared oiTwlthout difficulty. Heness horse» going from £i0to£3H, superior hackney j £30 to £35'and cdmmofi do, £lu to £20. As usunl the majority of prices are ander £25. . Mr. C. ¿lartyn reports the horse market to have been very active during the past week, and several countnrlpM have been disposed <if at atiVanècd figures. One lot from Port stephens, bred by Mr Mcpherson, sold at from £10 ta £40 « à lot from Dapto,' from £15 to £il, and a draft of horses Tram Camden ; also a large draft from the stud ofthe late Henty Osborne, Esq., has been disposed of at very fair prices. There are still enquiries for lint-...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. "ALL TO ASTONISH THE BROWNS" [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

1- . - ?,.. >. <, CENTRAL ÎOLÏOE'COURT.*' ,: "ALL-TO ASTONISH THE BROWNS>" .' On Wednesday,'their1 Worships 'Mosers >Q; HilL/G.' Smith mid Ontloy, worn honored with'riii interview - by ' no loss distihgnisjhed an olBcei' 6f the 'Government' than; Mr Hend Bailiff Brawn, who appeared iii 'obedienco to' an invitatioh from his.own Euidy Amelia to explain cor-' tain extraordinary conduct in his domestic hhbits, which ' rendered it impossible for her 'to ïivo frith-hirAi Emily - Ameliit was escorted into Court by that -most gallant of' advocates for beauty.'in distress, Mr Cory, whilo Mr Brown scorned to avail himself of professional assistance/ relying rai the power of his own eloqucnoa t6 ' refuto tho . accusation,of )í¡s-oneo "dearly-loved, hut n"ów'neglected" Emily. .The ladyiAvlio smiled .wirier a Vtfos't bewitching; little chip hat; and whs otherwise -got up regardless of: oxpenso, having gracefully saluted tho calf-skin, pro-'' ce'eded to -narrato -tho history o...

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

LOU A L /läHD-Ei LI G'È Ñ C EÍ.-. - * '. OUR. BOY'S " Orarent,- REPOn*.--Immediatcly Bn thc-lauding of His Excellency Sir John Young, Mr Armstrong, -the Royal Veterinary Surgeon, was intro- duced, and having examined His Excellency, und- pro- nounced him " sound,1' Sir John \VRS duly installed in. his Yieo-rcgal Dor., Subsequently His Excellency held a Levee, at which full private Jenkins, of the Rumptarget Volunteers, had the honor of being presented as having beon the first toanleet a breech. . . Tnc HOUSE DANGER.-It is now quito time that tho authorities tookencrgctiestopstoprotecttho lives and limbs of pedestrians in our stroets. Day after day accidents either fatal, or followed By serious injuries, aro occurring through tho. reckless vagabondism display ed by persons entrusted with the ehargo of unbroken, or partially broken in horses, Dakers' and butchers', carts, particu- larly, drivon'by à parcel of scamps, unfit lo manage a ?wheelbarrow, oaroor daily at 'full speed, through...

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HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JOHN YOUNG, BART., K.C.B, G.C.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JOHN YOUNG, BART., ! Z.C.B, G.CJI.G. THE mail steamer Northam, having or board SIR JOHN and LADY YOUNG, arrived shortly after two p.m. on Thursday. It liad been previously pro- claimed that as soon as the steamer was signalled the Volunteers, horse and foot, were to assemble to form the-guard of honour and escort on His Excellency 'landing. The Volunteers'accordingly assembled in considerable force, as well as a large" concourse of citizens, anxious 'to testify their re-' spect for Her Majesty's representative. To the astonishment, and disappointment of all, howcvei, the Government could not resist the temptation of celebrating His Excellency's arrival by playing ofFone of those "dodges" that have rendered them so notorious. Instead of landing publicly, as announced, the Governor General, by the ad- vice ot his " responsible advisers " no doubt, left the vessel privately, and quietly landed at the' jetty near the back gate of Government House, entering, for the 'f...

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

ANS WERS_ TO CORRESPONDENTS... .nr.MITTAN.CES RECEIVED from W. C..1 South Graflon; C. E., Walgett : E. J. F., Molong, ipd from Newcastle and llrccza n-rent«. , -- Í 3. II.. ItATIIunS'C-Submit a statement of the caseto Hie Aus- ? iralian Jocker Club, under rover addressed to S. C. Hurt, E«q" Sydney., .Any decision that we. minni (five would not avail yoi). Tlie A. J. C. ii the- proper tribunal to adjudicate In the , matfr. " -" 3. It. 8., NEW r.NOI.AND.-The poiitlon of the horses in the secondI heat determines the question. . ! M. M. bets I. that " Gavan Duffy" take» a helier place than " I Wanted." In the first heat "Gavan Duffy" ran third, and " I.W'anted" nearly last In a field of eleven horses. In the second " I-wanted" ran fourth and " Gavan Duffy" sixth I " J ' Wanted" takes better place of " Gavan Duffy. , V. II. P., PIN POOL.-Can the flat player from baulk make three i misses without his adversary playing h stroke or miss I Yes. I If sn-the-first player refusing to play the t...

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

rpHIRT» AUSTRATJAN CHAMPION STAKE of J. £600, with a swoop of Í100 each added, half forfeit open to aU tlio Australian Colonica. Provided tlireo or more horses stnit, the second horsa to receive £200-, and the third hórso £100 out of the Stale To be ruu for over the KEW TOWN" KACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, the 3rd d«v of December, 1801. Distance, three milos. Entries to bo addressed and forwarded to the Soero t»rr, Derwent Kotol, Hobart Town, on or before tho 1st of l&pptomber, 1801. Forfeits to bo doclnred ono month leforo the day of tho race. Stono. lbs. Weights. Syr», old ... 7 0 <l » >. ... 8 6 5 ,. .. ... 9 O 6 » "& aged... 0 6 STEWARDS. J. TJ. B. Tnbart, Esq. I Thomas Field, Esq. John Lord, Esq. I John Field, Esq. W. Kcarnoyj Esq I Jas. Iiord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. | Q-. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwall, Esq. , I To set with Stewards to bo appointed by each off tho J toloniß" , I J. W. GRAVES, Í015 _Hon. Sec. ~" HARTLEY ANNUAL RACES, 1801. I riiO ...

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

Tnu HOUSE'S LOVE ron THE CIIABK.-When ti young horso tllilt has ilovor seen it hound is ridden up, for the first time hi IHB hfo, not to it nloet, at which tho .whole pack nro to bo BCOH, hut merely to tho BUIO of d co\ ort, which, biddon from view, thoy aro drawing, it might reasonably be coiiccivod that, under such ciroiimstrinces, ho cotdd not havo an idcaof thoii'past, present, or fdture proceedings- wo moan "»hero they had como- from, what thoy were doing, or? what they wero going to do. How- ever, no sooner ados' Abound, frdniláziriass; or fjdssibly from feeling that ho lias sufficiently been pricked by thorns, briursi ' and gomo, creep out for a few seconds before him, than-" Angols nnd ministers of grace do fond us"-tho young horso pricks up his ours, stares in- tently at him, holds his breath, and, with a heart beating «o hard that it may be not only hoard but felt by the ridor, ho brook« out into A perspiration, which; on the appearance of a few more hounds, breaks into a ...

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

THE TURF. Tins weeli, we can at least give the entries for Queensland, and tliey will be found in another column. Five only appear to have been nomi- nated, of which the greatest " guns" are ."Zoe" and " Ben Bolt" from amoné ourselves. ^To the chances of the various aspiranls we shall refer at length next week, a& we think it not improbable that another name may yet be added to tire list. There is at any rate a certain modicum of mys- tery attaching the nón-entry of «* Gaffer Gray," which at present ive are not in a position to un ravel. . In Sydney, the most interesting topic of the week has been the question of horses' ages, to nhich our correspondent "Pagas'uB" will Be found to'reièr at some length. 'We are glad the case is about to be -thoroughly sifted^ believing that, if doubts do indeed exist upon a point-, which is so simple,-and yet so all-important, the sooner they arc set at rest the better. ' ijuriñé the week, " Sheet Anchor," a creditable importation fiom Ncw'Ze...

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AGES OF HORSES. (To the Editors of "Bell's Life in Sydney ") [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

AÇ1ES OF HORSES. (To He Editors of " SeWt Life in St/dnet/ ") ' GESTIKMXX,-Tfou,nre doubtless aware that, during the last few days there has been started nmo'rijj " horsey" people,- a somewhat novel controversy, turning cutirely upon the Australian .Tockey Club's first rulo of racing, and involving within its limit« the ruin or prdgpcritv of the Turf. Hero is tho rulo j so short ns io mato quotation easy, BO simple as to defy any but the most designed mis-con Btruction. "The ages of horses shall date from the first of August in cach'year." , . , fj A Now, some little history of this rillo may hot be bbtof placo ; somo explanation of hoW it caine to ho adopted^ and why it wns substituted for tho old one, which gave Now -Years -day as the date- After -tho -.first Champion race, a meeting was held hi Melbourne, .hating Jbr. ita ohjoct tho fixing of ono common dato for Australian race horses to taba their ages from, and I think 1 ara right in Baying that Mr 'l'ait represent od Notr Sout...

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

R OÍA Ii' VICTOR!Â'THEÀT RE. Director ."... .:.. ',.'..." .'.MB. iTosEPfi KATNEB. KE-APPEARAKCiî -~ . ~ " o'? . . . l MB. j 6"S É'P H ' B À Y ÎT ït"».. ,\ THIS EVEiaXG-, . ' ' . . The Popular Nautical Drama of ,. - ' THE SEA-, ? ! "" " OK . ' , THE' 'O'OElN .'CHI'LD. . ' With a powerful cast of characters. To concludo with a Grand fairy Irish liegend of - KATE KEARNEY; , . on, , . THE FAIRY OF THE LAKES OF KILLARNEY. 2GS URTÖN'S MAMMOTH TROUPE Is ¿Sightly at-, tritcting largo audiehces to witness 'the gracorul " and astounding performances of this premier company of male and female urtists. The immense pavilion is capa bio of accommodating over. 1000 persons, and is bril- liantly lighted with gas. Open each evening at half-past seven o'clock. Day performances, du WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY in each, wsek, coinirienoing at 2 o'clock. ' -f ."...''.., , . , HENRY BURTON, Proprietor. - 209 . Q-EOROE^MOROAN, Agouti ' i. BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS, ESTABLISHED 1 ' . ' IN THE COLONIES IN 1851.' '...

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EXTRAORDINARY AND BRUTAL ASSAULT BY A NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

EXTRAORDINARY AND BltÜTAL ASSAULT BY A i NEWSPAPER PE0PEIET0R> ÍThe 'Hobart fown Meràury reporta, os follows, the bxamuiatiou and committal of its proprietor, Mr. John Da vies, foriT violent assault upon Mr. S. P. Hill. A" both tho partios were some tinio back residents in thU -colony, tho adair will be perused -with interest. HILT, against DAVIES.-This coi» was again called on 'this morning. i Mr. Davie3, who was defended by Mr. Graves, having rurrcndercd to his bail. Mr. Tarleton, in reforonco to a communication handed 'to him, by Mr. Moriarty, who had tendered bis services for tho Crown, but whoso otter had not been accepted, rcmindod Mr. Moriarty, that the constablo (D. O. Mor- fey) who had charge of tho case was present. 'Mr. Graves hopod that the letter writtou by his learned friend would, if it had any reference to this case, bo read. Mr. Tarleton said there was no mystery whatever, and lie should hand the letter to the constable who had charco of tho caso, which ho did ac...

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

CAPTAIN THOïÈAOi So we Are érigdgód ; I lind tAkon A hdUso and furnished it guided by my future radtlldr-iri-law. Tho day was fixod for our marriage. It was te toko place in December. Wo woro now in Novomoor ; yes, wo wcro in that droary and suicidal month, when I for the first timo hoard his J nanto- the ñamó of my unknown arid iriysteridiis rival tile name of tho being tfn whom, for some months'of my I life, I poured the inarticulate anathoma, tho concentrated hate of a hitherto ponceful mind. It was in this wiso: we bid been to the theatre ; wo had sddn A fared ; I for- got the title, but t know Mr. Budkstdrid had his cdat split up the back and that everybody took everybody for «diriebody elsa ; so, BB I daresay thoso incidents only oc- cur hi one piede-, liny readers will recogniso tile dranidtio production ofwtÜcHI havo forgotten tho name. We had been tb theatre And I hdd returned lo the Pock lintons to supper; wo had scalloped oysters-I was helped twieo ; tlio bottlod alo was ...

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THE HOBART TOWN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

THE HOBÀET TOWN MUEDEItC ' The coroner, A. B. Jones, Esq., has, After two daya"J patient investigation, finished his enquiry ¡rito tho ddMfl of Elizabeth Hamilton, wife of George William IläMH ton, lito Süperínteúddnt of tho City Pdlido, and tile**' suit is that the jury havo returned a verdict of wilful murder Against Georgo William Hamilton, and ho has accordingly bein committed for trial under the Coroner's warrant. Tile evidence, which, as published, is very Voluminous, discloses A frightful murder.-Two' children of Mr Hamilton's gave ovidoùdè, As also aovcrnl other persons. Mr Hamilton's daughter, a littlo girl of eight years old, stated that father commenced boating mother outside the house, And drove her iii-ho beat hor insido tho house, ho struck her with the poker, and kicked her in the Btomach. Thd littlo boy, who was named after the wrCtehed father, stated that he was at homo when his father mid inothor ¿arno homo ; father beat her, knookod mother down, And jumped upon bo...

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BREAD ALBAN ANNUAL RACES. (From the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

BREAD ALBAN ANNUAL RACES. CFrom Ifta tíoulburn Herald.) Tlieao races carno olT on tho 181b. of March, in conse quoaco of St Patrick's Day (tho usual ono which tho. races aro held) falling on Sunday. " . Thoro wero throe entries fof tho first raco, a prize of £10, viz : Mr. Robert Neill's li g Sky-rocket. I Jameson's hr R White Choker. 2 Holman's b g Tomboy......- » S This raco was admirably contested. Tho second raoo was fora prizoof £7, and tho follow- ing horses Btartodi Mr. I*. Uavoreen'sb g Peter Pinn .>...>.. . Jameson's br h Colonel. 2 P. Coylo's Barobones..'. By far the most pleasing raco was a Hurry Scurry,- in' Which dre horses started, as follows : Mr. Purcell's ch h Whitelcgs... I. Payne's br li Useless.-. 2 Btowart's b li Mückle. S Dunne's bl li White Stocking. 4 Burns'ohSlob. 5

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