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QUEENSLAND. (From "our own Correspondent!) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
QUEENSLAND. CFrom "our own Correspondent!) Tim extreme dulñess with regard to sporting affairs herc generally, and the.Champion Race in particulniyis something remarkable. I have, not heard of-a-single ' hot' worth' mentioning being hooked on the event ; the public-in general seem to take little or no interest in the affair, and think that the prize must fall to the lot of your colony. This is hy no means a healthy state nf things, and 1 am'anxiously looking forward to the arrival of the New South Wales horses to throw a littlemore life into the affair. Many had expected to get a sight of Zoe by the last stenmcr, but were doomed to disappointment ; Mr. Tait must not hold us too cheap, and come here at the last moment, think- ing that it-will give him nb trouble to appropriate the rich stake to himselfyor he may find himself mistaken; for should our horses not prove to he A 1, yet there is no doubt that they will be good enough to tye up any horse, however good he may be, who is not ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
THE TURF. RACINO affairs have been flat enough daring the past week, with no change to relieve the mo- notony which .'ha.i characterized our Metropolis for some time past. Our accounts from Mel- bourne tell of goo:l sport , at the Turf Olub Au ! tumn Meeting,, though thc fields were n"t very ! large, attributable rio doubt to its being the last ? great meeting of the season. They have had an j immense deal of racing in Victoria since October, , and it is cheering to see even so many horses Iast I mg throughout the Benson; ..especially two year olds. " Medora''.hnvini/ won the last ns well as thc first Sapling race of the year. . . As yet wc know of un naT8 coming from other colonies fur Randwick in April; and wo have many doubts about seeing nny strangers there at all. . " Zoe" has not yet left for Qucepsland ; the weather on Tuesday last having been' so boisterous as to in- duce M r Tait to keep her back for another week, and under existing arrangements, she will go by the next si ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
Department of Pnblic Works, ' ' . - Sydnoy, Bath March, 18G1. - TENDERS FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND SUPPLIES. \ TENDERS aro invited for tho following PUBLIC WORKS AND SUPPLIES, ' . "''! For full particulars soo Government Gazette,.a Clo of ?yrlueh is kept at'uvory Polico OfUco in tho colony. Dotes! to. which Tenders' can ba re- ceived, nt, tho Ofllco of Public Works. r .? ' Groat Northam Road Extension of the Road ¿Works at Murrurundi Gap......... Supply of Motel for West Mait- land stroots'l....;. 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, 9 th April./i . Grcaj; Ñórthom Road Grass Trao Hill to Doylo's.Pnd dook';'Highland Homo .to Dan gar's .' Creek s. Gravouing .'of 'Contract,' 19a , (Warbmd's ' Ranee); Doughboy Diversion' to Wallabadah (cfoaring)t /Wal- labadah to; ^Goonoo Goonoo (clearing),. 1 12 o'clock'noon, 'on Tuosday, 10Ü1 April. * Erection of Outbuildings, &o., to . Court Houso-and Gaol, Gun- dagai .12 o'clock noon,.on Tuesday, 23rd 4p*tt| Ereotion pf Wntoh House, Nirni- I 12 o'clock na...
THE ULLADULLA RACES. FIRST DAY— THURSDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
: TSE ULLADULLA RACES. FIRST DAV.-TntrassAT, MAitciJ 21. 'l'lio BÏAIDKtf PliATB Of 25 SOTS., willi a swcopstakôs of 2 SOTS, oaoli added, for rill horses that have novor won' an advertised prizo exceeding 15 sovs. nt tho .timo of entrance. Heats, once round tho course. Weight for nco!. - ' «lr. C. Thomas's Now Year'» Day.;. 2 1 1 Ar. Leod'i Ferret.' I 2 2 . I>. Warden's We»t Australian. S S dr Tho FAÏIMKUS' rtriisiï of 20 snvs., with a sweepstakes ,of 2 sovs. euchndded, for nil horses tho bonn (Ido pro . porty or persons rebiding botwoon Oiiednndyauno and ? tho Clycloltiver, und known to'bo in their possession three months previous to tho races. . Heals, twico round. Weight forasje. Mr. II. Mlllnrd'.» Karnte (Jinn. I 1 Warden'« W.iit-a. while. 2 2 WheaUy'«Bnlly Sally. dr , . SECOND DAV.-FRIDAY, MAiion 22. ' Tho drat raeu ndrerlisod for this day wai tho Hprdlo Ilaoo of 15 sovs., but tho Slewnrda found it-anoro con i vQiuiiut to substituto two Hack Raoea ia ¡ta pUoo¡ bath, of which ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. " "WANTED A HUSBAND ! ! !"-Dreadful lias boon tho intensity of tho excruciating agony of excitement into which tho primitivo and peaceful inhabitants of that ro- mantic locale, Chelsea-street, Surry Hills, havo boen un- expectedly plunged during tho past wooli, caused by tho appearance in Monday's Jlerald. of an advertisement headed aa above. Tho bare idea of " a beautiful and ac . compliehcd young woman" hoing " done brown," liko Emily Amolia, for wont of such nu invaluable articlo as " a husband," waa cortainly sufiieicnt to cf cato a furore ; but when it waa announced that thia " beautiful and ac- complished" candidato for Hymoneal felicity was " in possession of n Bmall income" public enthusiasm was quickly couvortod into a species "of delicious delirium, under tho intoxicating influence of which orbwds of tho " Pilgrims of Lore" were to bo seen rushing frantically to " Violet Cottage," tho floral elysium of Mndnmo J2m»und to throw themselves at tho feet of "...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
ANSWERS TO CORKESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES HECE'VED fron» E. W, M., Molong t Mr. .rt., Waepa, Wan!" i W, H., Warialda i J. C., Campbelltown t J. li,, CSulllirnU J. H.-, Kowcaatlo ., U. C. M., Five flock ; and (Vam Maitland Anent, Jlir.IA.-Not havlnit been present at HU Rxcellcncy's birth, we cannot elvo you tho required Information, mid wo never ten- ture haphazard replies. . R. II., GUND Af»AI.-Unless the colt wa« two clear lengths ahead nf thc lilly n-lioti ho crossed her, he U disqualified. J. W. F., 5 CARD CllinnAüK,-Ho score« ona for tho " no,"but cricket, which says tho umpire's decision shall bn fluni. C. B.-Paper forwarded to address, Wo liavo no recollection of , Jorrocks being thc property of Ur Jamen Doyle, or of running in his name. I J. I».-TTail you been a BUbacrllier, yon would havo received a copy . of the lnue von require, of which we have none on hand. B. K., UEMIOURNR.-A rciiilllance ls indispensable. Ml wi rover subscription for three quarters ot tho year. .UTER..--W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
rpjniU) ATJSTRAI/TAN CHAMPION STATUS of 1 £500, with n.Bwoop of £100 euch nddod, half forfeit tptn to nil tho Australian Colonies. . , lYoridcd throo or moro horcos start, tho socond horse lo receive £200, and tho third horso £100 out of tho tote ? _ - To be nm for ovor tho NEW TOWN RACE C0HRSÍ3 in TASJtANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd ¿y nf Dccomhor, 1861. '¿¡«lance, tliroo milos. . - Entries to bo nddrcssod nnd forwnrdod to, tho Socro tirr, Derwent Ifotol, Hobart Town, on or boforo tho 1st ofScptoinbor, ÍS61. Forfeits to bo declared ono month bfforo the dny of tho race. . . . ? Stone. lbs. A-^tTcIßlitfl... 3 yrs., old ... 7 O' 4 « », ... 8 ? 6 5 .,, ... 0 0 G " ' " & ngcd..; 0 fj STKYTAllDS. ,T. Ii. Tl. Tnbnrt, Esq. Thomas Field, Esq. John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. Vf. Konrnoy, Esq .Tas. lord, Esq. \V. Doddery, Esq. G. A. Komp, Esq. , S. Blackwell, Esq. To net with Stewards to be appointed "by each of .the CAmies. J. W. GRAVES, 1015 Hon. Soc, T- HARTLEY ANNUAL RACES, 1801. rjiO...
BELL'S LIFE IN SVDNEY. STDNEY, MARCH 80, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
BELL'S LIFE IM SVDNEV: STDNEY, MARCH 80, 1861. - TUB pleasing anticipations bf those enthusiasts who foretold so many blessings for New South Wales when the glorious time should arrive that 'n "pcoplo's. Ministry" would be supported in their " paternal" efforts for the public good by a 'Parliament composed of "real radicals," linve been sorely disappointed". ' Their roost sanguine hopes have been rudely blighted, and to their sorrow and dismay they now, alus, too plainly ..perceive the uttpr worthlessness of those political artifices to which tlie.y have been made the un- wary dupes. The hitter fruits of their misplaced confidence are becoming daily more manifest* and were it not that an opportunity must shortly pre- sent itself, by which they will he enabled, in some measure, to rectify. the errors of the past, by a more iudiciovis selection of representatives, their position would indeed be hopeless. Since the commencement of thc session nothing more futile, or undignified can be ...
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THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
\ THE KING. . /BniMVA-f AN» SPAI-KT-S.-Tho-difference of opinion botwccn thoso two mon' should havo been decided on Tuesday, but owing to untoward circumstances, which wo will shortly describe, no fight took placo, By way of Slitting tho caso clearly before our readers, wo can hardly o bottor than describo our own proceedings on what should havo been tho " ovoiitful day ; and therefore we must ask thom te follow us, as wo loft Sydnoy at a very " small hour" oft that disagreeable Tuesday morning, comfortably lolling inside a weather tigbt carriage, and whirled along by four good nags, tho only four-in-hand, by tho way, that morning on tho road. Tho other side of Botany Bay having been fixed ns tho trysting-plaee, to Botany wo ordorod oursolvcs to bu convoyed; and at Puokoridgo's wo found oursolvcs in good time, whoro. a boat hod boon engaged tn convoy us to tho sccno of ac- tion. Mcanwhilo tue " knowing onos" mid thoso pecu- liarly " clovor" in such mutters, lind mado Cook's Itivor t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
NottTnuMnBimiSD JOCKEY Own.'-A mooting ot tho ñbovo club wno held at. tho Doni-on Hotol, "West Mait- land, on Thursday ovoning, for tho purposo of receiving tlioroportof tho Bub-coinmitteo appointed to arrangé tho standard freights for tho club. Mr F; M.' Doyle took the chair, mid read tho advertisement calling tho'meeting. Tho. following is n list of tho standard weights whioli wore submitted to Ibo meeting for approval, and agrood . lo:-Two years old from 1st January to 1st July in erich year, Gat 71b j. two years old from 1st July to 1st January, 7»t ¡ three years old from 1st January to 1st July 7st 71b 5 threo years old from 1st July to 1st Jan- uary, 8st ; four years old from 1st January to lat July, 8*t 71b ¡ four years old from 1st Jidy to 1st January, 8*t 121b; flvo years old from 1st January to 1st July, 9st; (Ivo years old from 1st July to 1st January, 9st3lb; 6 years,old and aged throughout tho year, Ost 61b. ' AU horses to'tako thoir BRO from tho 18th of January, in eac...
MARULAN RACES. (from the Goulburn Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
MA.RTJIiA.ir RA.CES. ff rom lite Goulburn Chronicle.) These races carno of on Monday last ovor tito Glen- rock course, and at 12 o'clock tho buglo sounded for tho First Kaco.-Tho Towy PLVTB of 20 sors., for all horses, two miles, weight for ago. Mr. Baacery's gtrLniiinltehter..........: 1 O'NcU's c m Hoco. 2 Badgery'* g m Lunello.?. 3 Second Raco.-PÜUMCANS* PDKSE of £16 ; entrance, £1; milo heats. Mr. Jameson's g g Calabash.Eastwood 1 I Badgery'* g Ul [amelle. 2 2 Waterwortb/s g g Pntldy-RO-easy.bolted Third Knee.-TJ.UMES* PURSE of 6 sovs ; milo hoats. Mr. O'NcU's li m Fly Inf? Doe.P. M'AUster 1 1 Rankin's b g Shotbolt. 2 2 BadRory's g ni Biddy... S 3 Wnllnce's g g-.bolted Fourth Raco.-Tito BEATEJT STAKES. Mr. O'Ncll's Boco.M'AUster I Badgery'* Lunelle...." 2 Waterworth'* l'adily-go-casy .;. 3 Tho Hack Rneo was won bj" Slr. Rankin's Shotbolt, boating Mr. Wado's Black Gin, andsoreral others. Tho Hurry Scurry Was won by Mr. Rankin's Gripes, beating sovcral others.
TRAITS OP SPORTING- LIFE. From the Note Book of "Edgardo Groenliorn." No.3— TURF MYSTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
TRAITS OP SPORTING- LIFE. Prom the Noto Booi of "Edgardo Groenliorn." No. S.-TURF MYSTERIES. Tho Cosarowitch of 18C0 lind become a matter of his- tory, nnd tho near approach of tho Houghton mooting, which was to close tho legitimate soason, prompted tho young gentlemen already montioned to look out in othor quarters for somo sterling information, and make ono moro effort'to get the rat into,tho bottle; und I had agrood to join thom on tho Saturday prccoding tho ovont at n quiet bit of dinner in tho City, whero each party might hnvo a'n' opportunity of nilling tho other with a little of tho valuable arl ¡clo called by advertising doctors " advico gratis ;" and it was over a gluss of old crusted port, or, ns Collins insisted on designating tho mixture, ?" Young Crummy," that Balls commenced in this strain* -I hnvo at length began to arrivo at tho conclusion that wo aro surrounded by n vost deal of deception ¡ dountorfoit nets prevail in greatforce, rind things in gene- ral appear to b...
ATTEMPT AT lVTOBDERr-AN EXTEAOEDI NARY STORY. (From the Dublin freeman's Journal.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
ATTEMPT AT lVTOBDERr-AlT EXTEAOEDI . NARY STORY. fFrora tho Dublin freeman's Journal.] On Thursday, a parson in tho garb of a gentleman callod at tho establishment of Messrs. Hyam and Co., clothiers, Dublin, and gavo orders' for tho supply of a largo quantity of roady-mado clothing, which he ordorod to bo sont, to his hotel. Ho paid Ss. as a deposit for the honà fide character of his ordor, and loft Mr. Hyaro's establishment. Tho goods woro duly forwarded» by a po'rtor, named William Mulholland, who is in tho em- ployment of Messrs. Hyam. Tho porter, whilst convey- ing tho good» to their "destination, -was met by a young mnn of dark complexion, and apparently pf about 20 years of ago. Assuming tho aspect of a person greatly disappointed and highly indignant, tho stranger said to him, " You nro fully an hour late, Mr. Anson is gono ; como with mo to tho ofllco, and I will pay you." This dark-visaged man conducted tho porter with his load over ono of tho bridges to tho north sido of t...
A ROYAL QUESTION OF LEGITIMACY IN ENGLAND. " [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
A ROYAL aUESTION OF LEGITIMACY IN ENGLAND. " Wo qiio'to from tho Pott tho following details of tho important and romantic caso of Ryvos y. the Attornoy Gonoral, which wo reported hist wcok: Thia waa tho petition of Xavinia Janetta Horton Ryvos, claiming to bo Princess of Cumberland and Duchess of Lancaster, as tho granddaughter and lineal representativo in tho fomalolino of his Into Royal High- ness Honry frederick TJuko of Cumberland, who diod intostato in tho year 1790. As tho caso is ono of tho highest public-importance, wo prefaco our roport of tho proceedings beforo tho Court with a suOlcient narrativo of the case on which tho petitioner relics, and which will render tho prosent proceedings- intelligible Tho peti- tioner alleges that on tho 4th day of March, 1767, his Royal 'Highness Henry Frederick Duko of Cumberland, brother of King G-oorgo tko Third, was married, at tho houso of Lord Archer, in Grosvcnor-squaro, to Olive, daughtor of tho Rev. Dr. James Wilmot, a man of great...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
MARRIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 19th of March, by special license, at St. Matthew's Church, Windsor, by the Rev. H. T. Styles, D.D., Andrew, eldest son of Mr Andrew Fraser, fermer, Clarendon, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr John Langford, butcher, Windsor. 283 &nbsp;
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 30 March 1861
THE SPÉRIT OP THE WEEK. Tlio oven tenor of tho past «eek has not been disturbed, by. anything very remarkable. Business romains as lively as " stagnation" will pormit, mid several very re spcctablo-rceruits havo joined tho "Purcfoy Volunteers" during tho week. , . . Tho Parliamentary work in tho Assembly has been chiefly confined to tho pleasing task of emptying " tho poor man's" pocket, for tho support of tlio State. . .Thoso precious articles, tho Land Bills have boon sent to fjio Upper Houso, whither thoir author Mr. Robert- son;' is about to follow them, ho having rosigncd his scat (or tho-TJpper lluntoi'. During the heavy Southerly Squall on Sunday last, &nbsp; the verandah of the Governor Bourke Inn, on the Par- ramatta-road, was blown down. Fortunately, beyond tho destruction of tho verandah, no dnmago was dono. On Saturday evening last, n little boy between flvo and sis years of ago, named William Culley, residing nt Pyr- mont, was drowned in Johnson's Bay. Tho child...
SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861
SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. Messrs Burtnnil Co.'a ropotl.-Since our last report, tho Interven Hon of the Easter holidays and subsequent wet weather, com- pletely stopped business, cnmcqucntly wc havo only held ono «alo this week, (Friday} nt which upwards of SO horne« wero ottered, nut of which .10 rcomprising fresh lol» from Shoalhaven,. Wollon lionif, and Picton, found purchasers) heavy draught horses Rolnu from £23 to £30 ; Hallt harness do. do., CI8 to £23 ¡ »nd hackneys from £5,and upwards. The thoroughbred. "Don Cossack" was bought In nt ¿315U. Strong well-bred horse« arc unusually scarce, notwithstanding the large number brought to market, tho build of whirl) aro plain animals without either «tyla or action. Mr. Charles Martyn reports:-In consequence uf tho Inclement weather very few «ale» have taken pince In the horse market this week. There is a plentiful supply or stock on hand, and as noon as thc weather becomes settled thero ia no doubt tho market will Improve.
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861
(TOD NEV MARKETS, FRIDAY. U'iroLnSALR I'll ICRS. -, . Wnnvr,Os lidio 7«. na por, bushel: Ilmir,£18tn£l9porton¡malzn.0&lt; fte oij hurley, U&lt;k\\ capo do 4, 0.1 per mullel ; hay, onion, £6 tn £3: lucerne. £3 IOI to£1 per ton; butler, IM ¡ cheese. 0.1 to lc; bacon 0.1 to sd pqr lb ; Ben OJ io la por dozen s foivl», 2j «rt ti. Si Od i>cr couple; potatoes, £5 per ton ¡. fat plas Od per pound ¡' beof, 40s, min- ion, SO per cwt ; irides,'Ss to 1¿Í ; tobneco, 1« 2d tn ls Od por lb, host ounllty. lucerno saod ls d per lb, rotuli 2s ¡ perennial rod clovor, dht > dltln; white, «alelí, 2» Od per lb) station and tnlxol gras«ei; 2sOd por lb,sorghum8«cclinralum,6d por lb: aood oats 3s Od to 4i. pot bullid. ? , - FEtlttn AMD SOK, Commission Agents.