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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

ST. MARY'S, SOUTH CHEEK. . To Ute Editors ofBeWs Life in Sydney. GENTLEMEN,-Not being acquainted with tho now rules of tho Australian Jockey Club, I beg to Btate a few partioulnvs relativo to a Pony raco which took place on tho second of April, which wns advertised in your paper. A Pony race, milo heats, catch weights, for CIO, (ten pounds.) I toole ray pony "Black Diamond," to run for that rnco ; provious to starting I wont to tho stewards, and nuked them was there a distanco j they de- clared there was, according to tho now rules of tho Aus- tralian .Tockoy Club. I entered my pony, and started under thoso conditions. 1st. beat, livy pony nhd four others started for tho race, coming round near the distanco post, first hcaVDInck Diamond leading, with tho' iiiaido run- ning; and Jenny lund coming nlong aide jostled Black Diamond, nnd put him into tho furrow and took bia run- ning'without'passing him nt nil, Blnck Diamond having to pull up to como outsido ; when they carno in I entere...

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 — 6 April 1861

l'riiued und Published hy' fjrjipituE FfiBitEita PIOKEIUSU nnd jOiuitMîs' MAMIXTO* NICHOLS, nt-tho Äff« L<f' in Sydney Printing Olllcu, 220, Oustlerongh-alvcet, Sydney, Kew South Wolca, Saturdah April 0» I80!

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 — 6 April 1861

ÏK the Legislative"Assembly on 'Wednesday, a motion by Mr IRVJKO for a pension of £200 to Lady "Mitchell was carried ; upon which occasion the Pui MiKji observed that, "although he had no objection to thc address, if they went into Com- mittee he should endeavour to-make thc'motion apply to all widows of officers or none." Mr HART intimated his intention of supporting the Premier in this course; and Mr WEBKHS ex- pressed his i egret at finding the pension list filled with ladies of title, while widows af offiet rs not holding so distinguished a position, but who had performed equal public services to the country, were neglected. The following members sup ? ported the motion :? O'BRIKN, OAI.DWKM,, CUM- MINGS, GARRETT, MESTON, WILSON, SUKPP ABI>," GRAY, WINDKYBH, EOAV, PABKVP, MORRIS, ItoTTov, HAY, WAIT, IRVING, and DICK. Amongst the honorable gentlemen enumerated, some surely must be aware of the deplorable state'bf privation in which thc widow of thc lat/ Usher of the. Black Rod ...

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 — 6 April 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -oo BA OESTO COME. nulibo ................. April Sin. OtTh anti Iñth. Cowra.April l»lh, 18th,nml lath. : Tamworth .April 2«li and sith. Hurtles' r.Al>r I 23ril, 2»lll. mri 2Slh. Rand» |pk, Autumn.April, 25lh,2filh and 27th. Carcoar ;....April Mid, 2-llh, nnJ 26ili. ! - ". . QUEKS8I.ANI). North AimtrallimMooline, Inawlch....hmo 4th,ftlh «nd 6th. Itocktmniplon.......Jnno ISlli, ll)tb, Olid SOIIi. ', TASMANIA. , ; Third :An«trallan Champion Smiles .....December 3rd.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

DeU'i ].\fe in .tyrfitry anti Sportina Chronicle is published every Saturday mtirnlnff. Country Subscritor* will bc recclyed on pay- ment nf Six Month» in AdeauMi vii., ilj*.' Thc ««Utters end un thu 31st March, 301 li June, 30th,September,and Sis! December, respectively, nt which periods only can Subscribers rcalh'n, un ravins up arrears. Parties subscribing tn thc nildilleufa (JlmrUT will only bc charged front the date of their commencing. Adver- tisements must »peeify in writing on tito face of them the number of lnicrtloni,-or they «111 bc c.ontinucd.und cliargcd accordingly, . till ceuntcrmnnded.

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W. C. WENTWORTH, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

W. C. WENTWORTH, EStt. riiEapproaching return of tliïs respected gentle- man to his native hind, lins awakened a general and heartfelt feeling of satisfaction, not only amongst his Avistralinn countrymen, hut amongst all who know and appreciate the eminent services rendered by Mn. WHÎTWORTII tn this colony in the cause of TRUE LIBERTY, at a period when both reform, and reformers, were regarded as common enemies of those who claimed '* a I vested interest " in corruption and oppression. In the present disastrous position of the nfFairs of tin's colony, the return of a man like Mn. WKNTWORTII, -one whom it is no fiatinn to call a patriot in the purest 8enscof the word-is certainly an event well ¡calculated to inspire with bright hopes for the future the heart of every man «ho loy s his country, and deplores her present state of humiliating prostration. On Mn. "WENTWORTH himself the frightful chan»e which lins taken pince in the political and social condition of his native land, since ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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TO E— [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

TO E--. I loved thoo once-owe lovod, for,CTf<?r Hut thou nvt cold iu miou aa heart, Else wonld'st thou not tho tin now Rover ;, Snapping Ute past's bright chain apart. Presumptuous it is, thus linking Ono thought of thino to ono like mc, from whom, porchnncc, thy sold is shrinking, Aghast at such itlohvtry. ïut thou wert ever deaf to liston, No liomago could thy bosom moro ; Jo tears that in mino eyes might gilston E'er won for mo ono glanco of love. You bid mo say " Farewell." 'Tis spoken. " Farewell ! God apced theo on thy way j ' ' Tot would I crave ono parting tokon That I may dream of theo-away ! Airay! nh no, thou wilt bo nearer . Apart, than in tho hour wo .met, ; . » Thy PORTIIA.IT will bo kintlor, denrer, To mo than she who can forget ! Twill on my bosom rcat, boliovo mc, Until its prototypó róturn, To say my hopea do not deceive nie. And yield tho bliss fdr which I yearn. , ' . ' ' A. C. A.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

AsornEit FRIBXDXT: Jxvfuxnóv.-TIIQ ' ' Alpine Twhas complimented ns by {Hobing tho following r"sraph from our columns without acknowledgment, "Mown- . . . ..'' ' .-!'.'? -n ifur.sDLY INTIMATION.-If nnyboay want« anything from us',? .¡"»onlycomply willi thc demand 'on rccclVltiK overythlng that "?nannied to expect from evcryboly.' «fuit not a hoity to, Rii Wy, but wc think a haily ts'tn honor hound-to thnw in ^Jpreicocoatourofllcc, for thc settlement of «ny little matter ^Ilng our conjoint Interests. ' . ??? .. 'Jj think a body ought to 'givo'nnotiior'body its.diie, **wgh this is 'not tho first robbery 'wo hnvo hoard ' of' knitted by a busybody iii n garret: We can'assure "'Pioneer that it cost us .no small amount, of brain «fitinp, assisted by Turkish bathing largely indulged' 15,(0 deliver ourselves safely of that real journalistic' fi which ho BO ruthlessly, pirnte'd ; nnd wo .would ¡"Xwt Hint, when next' ho fools in tho humour » be 'Tunny", ho should let us ' know ' quietly, « ir...

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BUNDARRA ANNUAL RACES, 1861. FIRST DAY, MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

BUNDARRA ANNUAL RACES, 1861. FIRST DAr, atoxmr,' MARCH 18. I First Kneo-The MAIDBX PÍATE, of 28 sovcroigng, for nil ? horses that had never won an advertised prize at tho time of onlrnneo; heats, mile and a half. Mr. Alex. Wyndham'* b e; Swede, fl years ............I... 4 1 1 .. .Wm. White's li g Lightninit, 5 years. 1 6 dr Tho«. JJ. Kelly's rg Hamlet. iiRtd. 5 .1 Andrew Moore's li fr Toby, aged . 3 4 Thos. Vivers b guying Childers, aged . 2 Í Second Raco-Tho fiuNmitiiA TOWN- PÍATE, of 40 BOT .. oreigns for nil horses ; heats, 2 milos. .Mr. R. Livingstone's h g Sam Weller, a^cd ..IV . Lcvlngstono 1 1 ' Thoa, Vlvcr's hr g War l'agio, aged..rh. 2 2 K. II. Mulligan's g g Romeo, aged .--..1.. 4 8 Alex. Wyndham names Mr J. Hawley's g g Harkaway^ S years. ....^T.Ä S 4 Third Baue-Tho LAniBs' T-trasE, of 30 sovereigns, for nil horses oxcept thc winner of tho Bundarra 'Town Pluto ¡ heats, milo and a distance. Mr. Wm. ItohliHon's b g Telegraph, aged.Owner 1 1 rhos. Viver's b g Thc I.adles'Wal...

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PARRAMATTA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

PARRAMATTA ELECTION. BY JTÜZBOS. ' No doubt, Sir, yon've boord thnt tho Snonfeor Tins just been nnd issued n writ ; And ninny n high oflico scolior, Palavering, gnmmons n bit. Four candidates now in tho Hold oro Tin'-i noat littlo village to win ; . Their principios novcr to yield arc, * '. " For each thinks bo's sure to get in. Ibero's Chnrloy, tho fat, and. tho rosy, ; Elected and beaten by tunis ; ' He'll fill the stuird cushion so cory That's just boon vacated by Byrnes. So matter wluoh sido ho espouses ' ' " ' ' His causo cannot fail to havo weight ;- - Aye, whether with Buch bo carouses,' ' - ' ; .'., ' Or chooses some tea-driniiiig mato. ,'¡. ., .,i There's Holroyd, that ndvoonto clovor,"' So earnestly driving Iiis quills; ; An cicellont Judge^mny I never-; ? >. ' . . ' . Of Aylesbury Ducks' yollow bills.' ' '''?_1 But though for him dosions mny quack, bo ' ' Will find to his cost by and byo, . When ouco ho's tho collcnguo of Lackey . . - . His poultry nil turned into Pye,...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS^ .REMITTANCES RECEIVED from A, M., Wellingrove) H. M., Nonh Cïrnflon i II. \V" Wyall Crrek¡ F. C.. Singleton) South. Cr.ekRacc«;-P.-T. B,-H.rO«wnHI." . , ' « ' . C'RIlHIAtiE,-Fournlnes and a JIX cimnt 20. s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

/?» ENTITEIIEN favouring' us vvítli orders for this' VT .Tournai will bo pleased, to enclose tho necospary ndrnnee for six nmnths..subscription, rfc 13s, or a* dBi . nn(c» «hieb urilucovcr thfeo quarters of thu";year. ? _riCKKRiyg & ^CTTOTX

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

T H E A T R I Ç A L S. ! ; BOYAIi VICTORIA. . Wero : our'columns of corresponding! length with tho stature of Sir William Don¿ wo could niTord'grcàter space. .; wherein to wclcomo tho appearance of himself and liady . Don amongst us, than our restricted limits will permit. ' Our compliments will not go to tho' extravagant length ,of our contemporaries'; nmthor shall wo insult tho com- . mon sonso of those distinguished personages by proffer- ing fulsomo adulation, engendered rather by jv considera- tion of thoir exalted position, tlinn by any extraordinary development of talent manifested by either. Wo are ralhor inclined to attach tho highost credit to tho motivo ' wliioh rumour asserts has influenced Sir William nnd his lady, to doscend (it is to bo hoped only for ri brief period) from tho sphero they aro entitled, and ominontly qualified to adorn ; honco thoir rank will in no way ombarross us in briofly expressing'our opinion of their histrionic ac- complishments. Thc nnnou'ncomo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

Tho Into hour nt whioh wo roceive crickot scores from tho country, frequently prevoiits our giving moro tlmu tho mero results. . ..

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

Co-otEHATivx,BAKD40> Co.-Cheap bread for over I, will BOOU bo realised with n vengonnce. Tho Co-opera-"" tire.aooicty nra daily" and'hourly.recoiving -accessions of' strength.,,-; Our friend Hamilton/ who1 has lately joined, .is rUrenuous in-hifl exertions foutho good causo j and. on' Tuosday ho presided nt a meeting, when IIÍB efforts to cauao.a rcduoltou in tho standing-price :of rolls" and turn overs" .throughout tho Qloba weropruisoworthy^ in tho extreme. With such advocnoy, and, at tho sumo society, eau luirdb/ fall,- " on tho wholo," to go ; nhead.1 '. : - .. '-i . ? ? ... >- . > '

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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

To tho Editora of Sell'sJJ fe in Sydney. GENTLKSIH.V,-Seeing in your last issue, of tho.lGtb instant, some remarks on tho podigrco and performance» of \rnn Tromp, I beg to nmko a fen- remarks of tho mis stntomiint of your Queensland Correspondent, regarding his performances nt tho Grafton Aiinnnl and Richnionil Knees, 1859. I n-ns nn eye ?witness to tho facts. In the Ornfton Town Tinto, 3 inilßs, Vnn Tromp ran second to Venison, Newbold tliird, and old Dorn about half a mile behind. Tuno, G iii. 1 soc. Tho following day Van Tromp ran a match for &Í0 with Counterfeit, bouts, li mile», which the Inlter won cnsily. At tho Richmond he ran second for tho Hiohmoud River Pinto. liebig a ruc'ng man, I don't like to soo theso misslntemants, otherwise I Bhould not trouble your vuluablo spneo. I am. Gentlemen: Yours rosnectfullv. ZEBKA. Clarence Kircr, Starch'26th, 1861.'

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ENGLISH TURF STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

ENGLISH TTJBF STATISTICS. TO¿T.S,-There is n rcfcwri m tho " Calendar" of 73f coifs and 711 fillies-in nil, 1447-fonled during the past «onson, ngninst. 1358 in 1859. Rifleman hoads thu liel .with' tho extraordinary number of 48, and Kewmiustei follows with 39. Tni¡ "Npjrni:n OP RACIÏS decided nt 185 meetings du- ring the season reaches 1S23 (tho highest on . record)"; mid tho value of thc stakes, about n quarter of a million of molloy, nearly one fourth of thia sum hoing wount "Newmarket alone. :* " ' rniNOiPAT. .WiNKEiia.-Mr. Morry, 20,9211 aova (nnd tho whip twice) ; "Cord Ailesbury,* 0515 novs ¡ Lord Stamford, 8258 nova ; Colonel Townley und Mr. Knst .wood,. 7435'J- sovs; Lord- "Derby, 051GI aova; Mr. A. Nichol, 58334 sovs ; Lord Glasgow, 55S5 aova t Ufr. Paxon, 5055 HOTS ; T)ubo bf Bedford, 4192J- aova 5 Mr. "tienry, 4031 sors ; Duke of Redford, 4192£ aova; Mr. 3i. Ten "Brócrk, 3G27"- aova j Mr. Payne, 3021 sovs Mr. Osborne, 3495 . sn va Captain Christie, 321t nova;'(und the As...

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ON THE PROPER SEAT AND HANDLING FOE A GALLOP DOWN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

ON THE' PROPER SEAT AND HANDLING FOE A GALLOP DOWN HILL. "If a horse ho but proporh/dcnlt willi, ho cnn gallop clown n turf hill with nearly no much rapidity ns along a racecourse. À tca-lnblo.wóúld eland ill nt. casó 'on thc declivity, because its limbs ore immoveable; but n quad- ruped, by throwing his leas forwards nnd his bodv back- ward*, lins the power to adjust himself, with mutboninti cal precision; io ahiinsi miy descent. Tb insure hjs'aiifcl.y, liowever, it is cssontinl that ho should be encouraged, by n loose roin,.to carry his head ns low as possiblo,. to* di- ablo him to tuKXvcaro of his feet, nnd in caso, of trending on n rolling atone to recover his bnlunco by throwing it up. Now, whon in this position, if tho rider, ;f>Howhig tho instinct «nd example of thc luirse, throws his weight backwards-in fact, if from tho saddlo ibo back of thc two imimnl* nra separated j from each othor. by only n very small nngle, holli cnn descend tho hill togothor ut. considerable epee...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MR. GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

MB. GULLY. As n judge of raoing ho was always considered second to none i and there is ono instance of it of^o striking n nature, that wo must give it publicity in this memoir. It will he. in tho recollection of many of our readers, that when .Terry won tho St. Leger in 182 K Mr Oh J?-, ponulnr thou ns he is now, and who had just como out, lost upwards of £28,000, and went to lied di reclly'nftor the race, as ho could not. bear being pointed out for such n d-d fool. (We quoto his own expres- sion.) . Mr Gully was nico u serions loser hy tho race; and Jinving advised Mr 1' " to stand against Jorry, he Went to him tho next morning, and after condoling with liím on his loss, told him not to mind it, for ho would gel him buck every sidling next year. Of courso Mr P-waa only too anxious to Icnow bow it wns to bc dune; when Mr Gully recommended him to hack Mem - nun for the Leger following, for every shilling ho could get on Iiim, nnd never to stop until ho lind corored his losses on Jerr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 April 1861

Y A Ii VICTORI A THE ATRE GENUINE SUCCESS ' . ? -OF ' . " '? ? ,SIR WILLIAM AND " LADY " DON. . i Enormous Hit of.. . ,- i ". . ''MY,JOHNNY WAS-A SHOEMAKER!" First Night of'tho Now, Burlosnuo. ! ., . l'ERDITA: ' . j /Tins EVENING-, SATURDAY, i . i Dust Night of -?? , .:: ; ! CrU Y. , . M A N N E R I N G. r Sir WiUittUi iri his groat, -,Scotch Character, : Dandio (Dimnont. : . , - . . . '. After which. . . ?. i DAD Y DON will introduco . ¡.; ., " ? "MV JOHNNY AVAS A SHOEMAKER ü'l ? . ¡ . Nightly recoived with troblo encores.- ' , Conclude with , . . . ?. . . ' P E R DI T A; .. ; , :. , OR, THE ROYAL MILIvMAIDi ; 317 .. PABRAMAT'rAELEOTlON.''. ... ' < ri ENTLEMEN. ELECTORS.-I. shall . linvo tho UT honor of addressing you on MONDAY..'; \- ? . 30D ; , . ? - THOMAS. BUSSELL DUIGAN..' RAOE CARDS.-Unndvriok Metropolitan Mooting. Tho A. J. O. williroooivo TENDERS up to' SAT-' URDAY, tho 21st instant, addressed ;to- tho 'honorary seorclury, 272, lJitt-stroot, for tho exclusivo* pr...

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