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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. ?. Mr. C. Martyn reports, that tho wet weather during the past week li ni retarded tua horse market. Several country lots Have nrrlvcil anti iover.il havb been postponed on account of the weather, Hmso that have arrived have been disposed of at fair prices ; one lot of 30 from PortStcphenB waa »old at tliojiazaar on Tlitiraday, prices ranging from JG H to £27 per head. Scvoral lots from tho southern district have been «old nt prices ranging from £10 to Ü37; ajarye lot from the stud of the late Henry Oaliome, Ein, told nt tho cattle yards broughtn fair average. Good upstanding horses arc »till enquired for. Tho heavy draft colts from tho »Iud of Mr Murphy have not yet arrived, _ '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

SYDNEY MABKETS, FRUDA.Y. . WII0l,KME.l¡ IMIICRK. WHEAT,Ga Cd to 7* Od per bimbel: Hour, £18 lo £10 per ton; maize OJ toft« (Ulj batley,4»Od; CApo<lo,4«Gdportiu«licl; har,oaten, £6 ta £8 i lucerno, ia 10a to£l per Mn; Imltor, yd ; cliecso, Od to 1»; bacon Od to Bd per lb ¡ Kirgi Bil lo ls pordozon i fowl», 2s Git tl 3s 6<I per couple, potatoes, £& imr ton ; fat pix* Oil pur pcm mt ; beer, 40s, mut- ton, SO per cwt ; mite*. Sa to l'Ja ; tobacco, ls Sil ta ls Od per lb, best quality. .Lucerno seed ls tl |>or lb, rctatl 2s ; perennial red clover, ditto illtto; wlilto Dutch, 2s Od par lb; »tullun ami mlxol Krasses; 2« OJ per lb, sorghum Baccliaratum.Cd per lbj need oat« 33 Od to 4s. pei bushel. FEUltIÍ AND SON, Commission Agentó. HAYMARKET Paiera.-Hay, 4a Od to 7a Gd : straw. 3s OM to 4i Gd ; wheat, Oi 9d to 7á Od'; ont», 4a Oil to 4s OJ; darloy, 3s DO io4aOd;cowa, £60« to £0 Oe, calvos, 25s to 40 ; barK, £1 Oa to £i Os por ton; green stutr from Od to ls ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PARRAMATTA. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

PARRAMATTA. {From our oom Correspondent.) ? After n, profound siesta, uninterrupted sinco tlio Inst election snvo by tho prosoutation pf colors to our bravo defenders, our " quiet and beautiful town" is again about to bo plunged into all tho horrors of a political war. " Our. Jcanics," after having half "'disfranchised" us since tho opening pf tho' Session lins," horreseo refcrens, actually resigned, at tho sanib'timo bestowing , upon tho peccant Parraniattonians an .awful castigation for their sinfulness and ingratitude. A cloud of candidates arc spoken of, but os yet two only bavo ontcrcd for tho raco, Mossre. A. IV Holroyd and Charles Kemp. Tho former is, howovor, decidedly tho favorite, and will meet with an ¡mulengo amount of support, including tho Xncltcy interest, and that is'* not to bo sneezed at," as David says. To ns Mr. ÎComp is a comparativo stranaer't whllo tho rea loU3 and successful efforts of Mr. Holroyd, in connection with various local matters, have secured for hi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO CO M E. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

S P 0jgX » WI G CH R ON IC L E. ; ll AC E S TO CO M E. Sunth Oree*.April lut and 2nJ - . rrnno Covo. .'..April 2nd. Dubbo.April 8tli, 9th omi loth. Cowra .i.:.April mi), "nth, and loth. Tmmfortti ...April 24th Mid SSlh. Hnrtloy.Aprl aürd, 2llh, nml SStli. rtanUwioh, Autumn.........April, 2.«h, iOthand 27th; RockliAninton....«.~".Juno «8Ui. Mlh, «ml 20ih. Cnrcoar .;.i.Aprll 23rrt, 24lh,niul S(lh. QUBEXSIÍASD. North Au»trMl»n Meetlns. I|wwlch.Junalth, 6th «ld Oth. TASMANIA. Third Australian Champion Stakoa.DeMmborSrd.

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P O L I C E. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

P O L I C E. OOOKIWo A Mnnrrrr.-Paddy Murphy, a rumbustious looking " boy," who first saw tho light nt Bollygufllii, county Tipparary, was artistically "arranged" at tho bar of tho C.P.O. on Monday, b'oforo his nninesako tho ox Lord Mayor, by constable Emerton, who, pulling a vory serious "mug," informed his Worship Hint on Sunday morning ho received Paddy into his nflcctionnto embrace, charged with having "seruffed" another Murphy who at his baptism received tho very romantic and uncom .mon namo of Jack. Summoning oil his fortitude, Em- erton electrified tho horrified nuriculars of justice, by de- claring with harrowing minuteness tho awful atrocity of Poddy'B conduct, who did not scruple, oren in tho au- gust prcsonco of tho dignified conservator of tho penco of our Sovereign Lady tho Queen, " to Btriko and kielt John Murphy and pull his hair." Such proceedings hoing wholly ropugnnnt to any law with which Emerton is acquainted, nnd being moreover entirely subversivo of " law and o...

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 — 30 March 1861

r ADVERTISEMENT.! Tho ni tent ion ot'persons entering horses for tlio next ttnndsrick Unces, is especially, called to the following regulations t " Ovniors of hones aro required to writo on tho lottor containingthoir outrances, tho words, "Randwick en- trances" i ' " Rulo Gl. Eaoli jookoy shnll bo nllowcd 21bs nbovo tlio weight apoolßod Tor bis horse to carry, nnd no more, un- ies» a decliiration hn9 boon mudo to tho Clerk of thc Sonlos of tho extra weight tho jocker is about to carry, tleforo thc timo fixed for tho said race,'and tho' extra \voight shall bp appended to the horse's number whan it is. put up.- In (loin ult of such declaration tho liorso owrying moro than 21bs ovor his specified weicht shnll bo plneecl ns tho last llorac in tho raoo, tho jookoy shall bo Hued a Bimi not exceeding fire sovereigns for his said neglect, und shall" not bo allowed to xido, until, such Ano bo paid."

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THE RANDWICK TRAINING GROUND And Death of " Harkaway." To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sudney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

THE RANDWICK TRAINING GROUND And Death of " Harkaway." 2b thé Editors of EoWs Lifo in Sudaog. I " GEXTMSIEN*,-Having observed in tho lust ÍBSUO of your valuable journal a paragraph in which it is statod that tho rncohorso "Harkaway''died from over work, I beg loavo lo present tho facts of tho case to your notioo.. Sinco being put into work ho had only been galloped twico a wcok, and for tho ton days previous to his denth, owing to a slight snddlo gall, ho had 'boen confined to walking oxereiso, with the exception of a ono milo canter a few days beforo tho nccidont. Never wa» n horso in bot- j tor health or spirit. Having beoir woll acquainted withins j tcmpor and constitution, and having boon prosont whon j ho was killed, I assert that his death was solely and en- tirely cnuBod by tho very dangerous stnto of tho so-called tunbimg ground ; mnny stumps being left in tho ground, and covered np with sand, tan, &c. Ono of theso'roots caught Iii» foro .foot whilo galloping, and br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

GENTLEMAN fiivourinir us with orders for this Journrd will bo ploasod to ondoso tlio necessary advance for six months suhseription, »J: 13s, or a £1 noto which will cover throo quarters of tho yonr. - .. _ PICKERING & NICHOLS.. NOTICE.-MR, .TAMES I) ALE is hereby appointed Agent for TScWs Life in Syimtf for tho Township and District of Ornimo, hnd "will rcceivo orders from ad- vertisers and subscribers from this date. PICKERING & NICHOLS. Sydney, Mnrch 25th, 1861._

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BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS. I The aftomoon and evening porfonnnnccs of this day j and that on Monday evening noxt will totnii [ nato tlio present visit of this clever troupe lo tho Metropolis, and from tho patronage thoy havo re« coived wo hope they may bo induced at no distant dato to renew our acquaintance. ' Tho company positively leavo town on Tuesday for Newcastle, en roule to Queons land, so that thoso throo last opportunities of witnessing their extraordinary entertainment ought not to bo lost. Tliero is nu ¡inmenso treat in atoro for our provincial friends during tho progress of tho cavalcade, of which thoy will of courso avail themselves ; ond .wo have boon requested to assure thom that in no instance will tho ! limit nillxcd to tho stay of the company in tho'sovoral towns through which they pass, bo extended.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

SERIOUS CiiAnaE AGAINST A LiNCOLNsnime MAGIB ?TRATE.-Sqmo correspondence has passed botweon tho Lord Chancellor and Mr T. M. "Wilkin, ono of tho coroner's for Norfolk, in referonco to tho conduct 'of a Lincolnshire mrtgiati'nto, who is accused of immorality rivalling that disclosed in tho caso- of Hoopor v. Wardo with having procuresses,in his pay, and bringing, young girls from the country to tho metropolis for im- moral purposes. 'Mr Wilkin took proceedings against tho nooused-who, it may-bo ndded, is 61' years of age, and ha3 a wifo and eight children-with roforonco to tho seduction of a young girl, but when tho matter was rino for trial £60 was paid to tho mother to hush up tho matter. Tho Lord Chancellor has intimated to Mr Wil kiuthnt ho cannot intorforo until Homo specifio charge is judicially established against tho accusod.-Manchester Examiner. *", Woman has found her true " sphere" at Inst. It is about twonty-seven feet round, mudo of hoops.

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T IIEAIEICA LS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

T IIEAIEICA LS. ROYAI» VICTORIA. Tho farawell benefit of Mr and Miss Buchanan;on 1 Tuesday evening was a great success ¡ a moat fashionable house tendering a parting tributo to tho talents of tho beneßriares. To-night a complimentary benefit is to bo givon to Mr Raynor, tho Uorotofore solo lossco of tho theatre, and, independently of tho attractions of thu programma, wo boliovo tho claims of Mr Knynor will bo rcoogtiized, as - they dosorvo to bc, bj- an ovorilowing " humper." Tito partnership just contracted between Messrs Hayner and Dmd will bo auspiciously inaugur- ated on Monday ovoning by tho debut of Sir William and Lady ^Don-unquestionably stars of moro aristocratic magnitude than any that havo shown in this or any other hemisphere. As tho engagement of Sir William and his Indy ia necessarily very limited, crowded audiences will doubtless greet thoir successive, mid, wo trust, successful appearances.

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HAD YOU EVER A COUSIN. (From the Nautical Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

HAD YOU EVT3R A COUSIN" Í. (From the Nautical Magazine.) Had you ovor a cousin, Tora ? , I)iu your cousin happen to sing ? Sistorsvwe'vo all by tho dozen, Toni, But a cousin's a difforont thing ¡ . And you'll Hud, if you over had kissed her, Tom, . (But lot this bo a socrot betweon us), Thnt your lips would hnvo been in a blistor, Tom, For thoy'ro not of tho sister genus. »' Thora is something, Tom, in a sistor's lip, When you giro her a good-night kiss, That savours so much of relationship, That nothing occurs nmiss ¡ But n cousin's lip, if you once unito With your's, in tho quietest way, Instcnd of Blooping a wink that night, You'll bo dreaming tho following day. Anti pcoplo think it no harm, Toni, . With' a cousin to hear you talk ¡ And no ono fools any alarm, Tom, At n quiet cousinly walk ; But, Tom, you'll soon ibid, for I happen to knowt That such walks often go into straying, And tho voices of cousins aro sometimos so low, Hoaven only knows what you'll be saying ! And then th...

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

CRICKET. MAT OHES TO* COME. ThU Day.-Scratch Mjiteh.Dorqnln. . Easter Monday,-Alexandria v. Commercial ... llunlicuttui'n nay.', .i . II . : Sydney University >f.u altland (return) ...Maitland " ., ? .-. Native* v. Qleba. " .".. Union C. C. v. Warrigal C.C.,.Campbelltown. ' Amil0.. Albion C. C. v. Albert C, C,(contu.)...uonialn. > " " Union C. C. v. Kent O'. C......OarrUon arqund. . . OlcbaC. C. v, National C. C.Uulverilty around. Af^Aj^i^q', G, r. AXBIOÎ" O. O,--lliese cluba played mtliÓ'IJpmain on Saturday afternoon., whon althaugb tho foi-nJiöSöiily bad four men out of thoir firat cloven, tho gnmó¿*mjfar OÍ) it vient, waa entirely in tlioir favor. Bound aa wp aro, to honor tho Albions for their plijokm ohuUonging.'thb 41bcrt'a drat eleven, and giving them at tba saino timo'every prédit for tho roason whian prompts -thom to do so, (a wish to got tho beat practico) j wo still think tho:idea is a mistakon ono ; and wo bolioyo that moro bonofit would bo derived by cricket gener...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

I TrtE AMHRT CLUB.-A special meeting of tho Alberts iras hold on Monday afternoon, for, tho purposo of con- sidering tho.'cxpodionoy of'ongaging" Bryant, as Profes- sional Bowler,'&è.'; A full attendance-mai-kcd tho im Sortance of tho subject, and ofter much discussion it was otonnhjed not to send any ofTer of ongagemont.v This Irosult wai arrived at through tlio agency of various causes ; tlio principal ono being that tho season is so fur adrancod,;and that tho uncertainty about tho ground is so groat. As an'ovidoneo of this latter, wo moy montion that tho Albert Club had souio timo sinco obtained the use of tho Domain ground fov to-day, and would havo continuedthoirmatch with tho Albionaj buta week since they woro'informed that tho ground was wanted for tho Volunteers, and so they gavo up their right, taking this dny week instead. It now turns ont that tho Volunteers do not wattt tho ground to-day, and therefore tho match that could havo boon playod is postponod without re...

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GRAND COMPLIMENTARY PIGEON MATCH TO MR. GEORGE WHITFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

GRAND COMPLIMENTARY PIGEON MATCH . TO MB.* GEORGE "WHITFIELD. On Saturday lnat this groat ovont, which has, over since Mr Whitfield's mcrnornblo ontortaiiuuont, exclusi- vely reigned in tho hearts of pigeon shooters, was brought off under most favorable auspices. What were tho rensoi'3 which induced tho Committee to npply for.Randwick Courso wo aro not aware, but wo do not think thc change was a good ono, save as regarded tho distance to be travelled, 'and tho consequent difference in tho facilities for arrival and departure Although; tho day was Ono and warm it-was not by any means ono on which the sport could bo properly enjoyed, or good shooting bo ex- pected. A strong breèzo blew throughout tho djay, and mado many a crack shot depart from his usually unerring aim.' Pigeon shooting, however, is Uko most othor feats of skill, few porsons aro always in good trim for it ; and tho sinallost derangement in gcnomlhealth spoils both tho quickness of tho oyo and tho steadiness of tho ban...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

OAnrnro.-A. friend of oura anya that Professor Parker ought to givo lessons hi carving to tho rising generation of N. S. W. Tho soioneo is ono which is decidedly uso ful and ornamental in polite.oircles ¡ and though our nu-, oostors understood it botter than wo of to-day, wo novor hoard of any of tho old sohool, who, lika thoProfessor, oottld out up two logs of uiuttpu with ono kuife at tito »arno time. ?

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COBBEDAH EACES. MONDAY, MAHCH.18. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

COBBEDAH EACES. MOTD/LT, MAHCH .18. Tho MAIDBÍÍ PXATB of £15, for all horses that llave nóvor won an advortisou priie. Mr. J. Rose's Kenney, ngeil... ' ... ... ... 1 . Crowley's Jlronscwing, 4 years ... .. ... i..' 2 Tho CODUEDAH PURSE of £20, for all lioracs j woight for age j twico round, one event. Mr. Eaton's Constance, 3 years ... ... .u ... 1 .T. Rose's Orlando, aped... . ... ..... ... .. 2 AV. Reynold's Triumph, »ced ... ... ... .,. 3 Tho STOCKMAN'S POHSE of £10. Atr. J. Rome's Insolvent, 5 years ... ... . .... ll Tito ll EATEN BTA.KE8 of £7. Mr. J. Rose's Orlando 2 2 mr. j. riose s urianno Crowley's llronzewinp; ... -Tamworth Examiner. l u

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TATTERSALLS. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

TATTERSALLS. .To the Editors of BM a Life in Sydnejf. ;. DIÎAR Sins,-Under thia head I Baw a lotter some weeks back in your paper.. 1'lcaso allow mo room for n .fow lines, to Btiggost that n meeting of Tattersalls Club bo called at once for tho purpose of makmgsomo arrange- ments forttho coming Randwick Races. Many people want to bet aa soon as tho entries are mado, and wo ought to havo sdmo placo whoro to meet for tho purposo ; sonic society, and soma managomont, so that tho room, may bo properly conducted. Ir, ns I hoar in a good many quarters, tho Club known as " Sydtioy Tattersalls " ia defunct, it is high lime another was raised out of tho ashes ; and tho only way to lind how matters really stand, ia to call a meeting of the old Club mambors ; mid mako arrangements either for carrying on the present, or establishing a now ono.' In noithor coso need tho venue bo changed, tho room is still thoroj and, being so near to tho A. JVC. rooms, it is moro oonvonient than any other that c...

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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 — 30 March 1861

AGES OF HORSES. To tie Editors of Helta Zifé in Sydney. G-BSTLEMBJr,-Availing myaolf of tho intiinntioi) con- voyed in your last numbor, I luivo na hoaitat'ion in .join- ing iasuo with your talonted and very ingonious corres pondent í'l'ogasus," in roforoiioo to tho "Marquis Question j " and in so doing, I shall restrict myself to tosting tho mat tor by tho rulo in esse, aa I considor it would bo superfluous to follow' tho tortuous oxamplo of your vorboso correspondent, who, venturing on tho op- posite tack, has unnecessarily taken in a great part of your flowing shoot, und' Bailed very wido of his course. Admitting tho rule in question to bo indefinito and absurd in tho extremo, I nevertheless coutond, inasmuch as it has boon confirmed by authority,' that it must bo adhered to and acted upon until ropcaled j and consequently that " Marqui8,"i9 legitimately entitled to rank as a two-yenrold up to the 1st. August next. , It is singularly étrange that if other than this view.of tho ca...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861

COOMA. ANNBAL RAOBS.-Theso raoos carno off on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, tho 13th, 14th, and 15th. Wo nbridgo tho following from tho Goulburn pnpora. It will bo soon that Mr Potor McAlistor's string wcro in high form. Tho Maiden Plato of 75 SOTS was won by a head by Mr McAlistor's Forrester, beating Stumpy, Young Sampson, and five others. Tho Cooma Town Plato ol'DO sovs was won by Mv McAlistor's Samp- son, beating Lorimer. Tho Ludios' Purse of dO sovs was won by Mr Montague's Young Sampson, beating Euclid, Lorimer, and Euroka. A hurdle raco, in which six horses started, concluded tho first day's racing. On the second day, tho Wolter Slates of <t0 sovs was, won by Mr C. Wright's Pelham, beating Mentor. ;Tho Hurdle Race of 20 sovs was won by Mr Chippendale's Colonel, beating Royal Oak, lio Clair, and throe others. Tho Hack Raco of 15 sovs was won by Hr McAlistor's Royal Oak, heating Colonel and two others; tho winner was purchased by Mr Ward for £28. On tho third dny,...

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