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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

ITATMARKCT Pnici» -Hay, ¡Ss 0.1 lo 8« OJ : straw, 4> 0.1 lo So 0.1 ; wheat, 0« 0.1 to Ts Od: oat», 4» (M to 4s 6.1; tinrloy,4s 0.1 ti>4sfi.t:cow»: £6 lo to£10 Is: calves,??Vu tp35 : bark, £4 ls tn £0 Ids por ton, tireen stuir (rom OJ tu ls nerdozon bündlest corn, 6s Od to 6s Od per bushel. ; ;

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

SPORTING CH RON IC LE. U ACES IO CO ME. I Cowra.....April 17th, isth. amt 19th. Tamworth ..'..Aprtl 2'th and 25th. Ifnrtlw ......I".-.T..-...-.Ami *t»l. 31th. and »Wh; Randwick, Autumn._....Aprll.Wth.Jtth and 27th. r.rrnar .. .April W'd.Mlh, and ?»th. , Wallinna .-.\Uy 2Ut,»/nd, and 2tnl. " QlTBn\3I,\îtD. fforth \nntntlUin Meeline. Ipswich....Jun«4tJ. «.IJ>n»|*> n'h-.",. Rockhampton.-."."...Juno ISUi,I9th. and ÍOth. TASMASri. . - Third Amtrtthui Champion 8nk« .........December 3nl.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

' SYDNEY MARKETS,-. FHIDAY. tVllOLKSALE PIUCB3..' WIIKAT.OS «ri to 7i M per bushel: flour, £10 to £20 per ton: mnlüo, 6> Od t 0§0.ii hartey,4«6d: on po do 4s&l per bushel ¡ lmy.oolen,£r.lo £8: lucerno, £3 lui to £1 per ton: but tor, flJ tols¡chee»e.od to 8il¡ bacon 6d toad per lb; Kuna ls fl lio ls Dd per dozen ; finvl«, 2s Oil t . 3s Od jwr couple: potatoes, £(i £0 per toil: tilt pla« 4d per pound: bref, 40«, mut- ton, 30 per cwt ; m.lM. ftVtn'lTsi tobáceo,!» Sd lo ls Cl pur lb, best qnslltv. Lucarna «ced 1» . d por lb, retail 2s ; perennial red clover, .into ditto; white Dutch, ls Od per 111 : »tallon and mlxel piweii ,2»Od per lb, sorghum «aechnráiiim, Cd por lb; seed oat» Ss Od lo 4a. nei buBbcl. . ? ' FEBRI* AND SOK, Commission Agents.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

JETTIER.-Wo understand tlint tlio .Tucker Club Imre decided not.to allow tlio nomiiintiou of tho colt ./Ether for the Two Tliou.-tinul Ouinras Stnki'd, os it was rcceivod too late.-Af Mou rue Herald, April 8th. :

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

To th« Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. [ ,DBAIÎ BELT,,-"Will you nllotr mo to ask tho Jockey Chíb n quostion or two through tho medium of your paper of Saturday next. I meant to havo submitted thom on Tuesday night, but as tho entries woro not pub- licly declared I had not tho chanco. Behoving it to bc of importance that owners of tho-eolts engaged should receive tho information, I would ask that a list of tho colts and fillies which havo paid up for tho Biennial and and second Trionninl Stakes, should be published. My object of courso is to ascertain how many remain en- titled to run for oithor of those races néxt year. I I am also solicitous to nseortoih whether tho Club will j so far confer a favor, upon tho owners of horses entored I for tho approaching races as to allow them a gallop (say oven ono HUI* ono) on tho courso, previous to tho days of running. Tho largo humber of entries has astonished most pooplo, nnd suoh a concession on tho part of the A. J. C. to so, many, ownor...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARRAMATTA. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

PARRAMATTA. (From our own Correspondent.)' .Tins " Acoras ", aro completely crushed--tho political firm of Byrnos, Oakes, and Co. is dissolved by effluxion oi publie opinion, and A. T. Holroyd, Esq., ns I yory rigblly prophesied in my last, is f'tíio mah for Galway, beating his opponent, Mr ICctnp, by 31. Tho result of this election is hailed with satisfaction by oil, SOTO of course the disoomflttcd clique by whom,this placo lins been so long "ridden rough shod over.". Whntóvor in- duced Mr Komp to ongago tho services of Merry Andrew! tho ministerial auctioneer, is a mystery, for tltoro is no doubt they materially helped " to knock hirii down." .Whatever Xndy Don's Binging mny havo dono for "Bon- nie Prince Charlie," it is certain that tho chubby darling, Unlike his royal ancestor, found no shcltor amongst tho pafofi'. Tho.' third candidate, Johnny West, Esq., "tho son of a Turkey," succeeded most admirably, BS political pretendere of his stamp invariably do, in making a tho- roughb...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES* HECRrVfif) tram LC. C. Eiq.. QU«a«lanJ ; P.'**.. Tamb.iro.jr*: Walpett Rac«: J. D., Armidale; J. K., Windier : W; D.. Warwick ;'and from Plrtnn lue«. 5CARDCIlinnAGE.-8. playt lil* lau card, and makM ÏO. B. lia» a tim, hi« la«t «ard. ami malte« Si», for which he claim) to score one. Ii H. entitled io to do I Yes.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

/N TïinXTîMTîy farnurins u* with orders for' this " .X .Tourna] will bo pirated to onolosa the necessary advance^ forait months subscription, rh 13s, or a £1 note which will cnver throe quartcr« of thc voar. PICKETtTXO & NICHOLS.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

TindtTsPIIlIT OP THE WEEK. Another week of di'ûiess Ians pawed away, although we are glad to notice that business lite exhibited more animation than iisUal.. v ? ' . ; '.. The Parliamentary items of tho-week include 'tile pas-, sage of the Hill to amend tho CWnoil,'through .tho As senibly, and its traiisiriistion.to tho Upper TTdtlso ¡ and n ¡Jill to prevent, if possible, I ¡ie cattle disease being intro ilueed iiito this colony from Vietoria, In tho'Council tho band Bills aro meeting with much quiet obstruction, and a host, of amendments are threat cued by their "lordships." :Wilfinm "Wntsdri, a drayman, was killed between Oliip pcndald rind Shepherd's pnildoclt, by tho upsetting bf his dray, beneath which tho unfortunate mnn's lifeless body was found; t Robert Vincent, residing at Illnlong, has died from the effects of a fall accidentally received. , Amoila Garrick, aged .nineteen, residing at Wooloo- mooloo, lins died froni congestivo apoplexy. A very handsonlo silro'i* Tea Soryi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ATRICAIS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

T HE A TRICAIS. ttOYAJi VICTORIA. Thc reign of tito illustrious " Dons" continues as bril, liant as over ; and iii saying this wo say all that is neces- sary ¡ for wo do not consider that our notice of last week needs supplementing. AVo lcavo tb our daily con- temporaries tho greasy, but by no means graceful, task of laying tho butter on thick ¡ contenting ourselves, as wc hope wo shall content Sir William and bis lady, by simply announcing that thu "stars" are achieving nightly, triumphs, despite atmospheric deterring influ- ences. r"rfe this evening's bill.

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 — 13 April 1861

. A-GBKTOBHiwr.--A" fricotions Boniface'lita'tito fol-, lowing notice stock tip conspicuously iii front of his bar; nndasthcro ls''much speculation a* to whom tho hint applies, we giro it for tho "benefit of whom it may con- cern," I < ? TAXE ÜOriOE. , If you should wont a glass of ale» . And chance to be nn M. P., f . ..' Unless1 you first, down with the dust, ' ' ? ïtm'& flhdyourlioves-ôivll'ï.l ? - '.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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[REPLY] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

' [HUPT/T.] . To the'Editora of the Wttgga Wagga Express. ; GKNTOEMBN,-Wo beg permission to refuto, in' few words, tlie mendacious letter bearing tho signature of V. A. Tompson, which appears in your issue bf tho 6th instant. .When a mail sits down to pena del ibera to falsehood, he should make very.suro that no proof is inexistence that may lead to his detection. Pnfbrtunatcly'for Mr Tompson, . such proof in tho present case does exist and wo here- with enclose for your satisfaction " Me original order for Ute yublicnlhn of the advertisements, signed by Mr J, V. 3Ieares,Ú\a Kan. Soc. This order directs four insertions only, but a subsequent ono instruotod-uj to continue the advertisement.' -Mr Tonipson's allegations aro*a tissue of falsehoods. :Wo never knew,- or oven heard, anything pf a Mr .Tames Blyth Caldwell. ' Ourngout at thnt'period wns Mr Thomas Fox i ondit linppoiiB, perhaps again untor 'tunntely for Mr Tompson, thnt ho did hot ascertain this foot, aa, Mr Fox haring since ...

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 — 13 April 1861

' ¡ A YAKKE1Î- S.VLU.TB ' Off* TUB' DBPABTtriTE . OP TIÎE '^itiNCK OP ."WAiiBS."-Tho Hoxton Jtcrald >thua ' face- tiously writes of tho Trinco ol' "Wales leaving .tho Amerí¿ can. slioro :-" Good bye, Wales ; give our'loVo t'o'your mother! Qoodbyo.; bo virtuonn nnd you will ho happy. Yon have soon soruo rory sensible mon in thia country, Albert Edward,.ond yo« must remember, them, and you hart seen nearly all our snobs and lick-spittles, and you will not remember thom. Nobody, besidos'such, expects you will. You havo heard that tuno '.Sod save tho Quocm' a great many timos, -Renfrew, but you hnve per- sistently whistled ' Dixio's Land.' - You havo boon very rnuoh scjueeied, Albert Edward, and it will, bo good fo*r you. You haro been rubbad against, and it will make you bright. A great many stories hare been told about you, Mr Wales, some of which aro true and some false. You-havo worn good clothes, but not a handsoino hst. You havo riddon about with som« very lino horaas, and you ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISGEACEFUL REPUDIATION Of the Wagga Wagga Race Advertisement Account With this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

DISGEACEÎUL REPUDIATION Of tho Wagga Wagga Race Àclvoiiâsoinout Account With thiB Journal. WE invite the particular attention of the Stewards officiating at tlie-Wagst» Wagga meeiiiur in 1857 to the following letter, published hy their Treasurer in tho " ICxpress ol' Saturday last," A copy ol' our reply theieto, posted (with inclosure of order) to the same journal, we subjoin, for the informa- tion of tlie public in general, and Mr. F. A. Toihp'son in particular : - ("To the Editors of thc Express). GEjiTr.RMRX-lily attention hos; of course, boen drawn to flu advertisement (from tho Office of llelFs Life), which appear* in one of your recent issues, intended, doubtless, as aretlection on tho honor of certain officials, who conducted the Wagga Wagga Annual Races Ht the period referred to by the ndvertlscrs. This advertise- ment, or its reflex, appears also in the Harder Post. In both notices the names of the debtors, or assumed debtors, aro given in full, and «lin« figures in the lis...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

Friutod mid Publwluid by GBOROK . PKHUEKÁ I'IOKIÍUIIÍO nrid OU.VULR« UjUtitiTov Nicnow, ."nfc "tlio BeWs L\jt in Sudncu Printing Oflleo, . 220, Ctisllei'i'uRb-Btrcet, .. Sydney, Now Süutli Walca, Saturday, April 13, lBwl.

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 — 13 April 1861

RilVt Lité in üydncy and Rperttng Chronicle is published ovury Saturday morning. Couutry SubscribeT wit! hu rucclytd on pay munt of Six Moni hs In Atlvttnce, viz., I ii «. Thu QH art ern end on thu Slat March, .loth June. 30th Septtiiuber. ami nut lluccmlicr, respectively, at which perioda.only can Subscribers real Rn, on paying up arrear.1). Parties sutöcriblng in thu middle of A. Quarter vriíl only bu charged from tho Unto of their commcnelm?. Adver« tlscmcnttt must specify In writing on tho faca of them the number of Insertions, or they will he continued .ind charlad accordingly, 'till cann term and ed._*_" _

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

DIED. On the 28th of March, at the residence of his mother, Richmond   Road, George, youngest son of George and Louisa Forrester. Aged three years and nine months.    

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMUT ANNUAL RACES. WEDNESDAY, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

TUMUT ANNUAL RACES. WEDNESDAY, Atún 8. Pirst Rneo.-The Tosirrr ST IBQEH of 25 sors, for all throe your old colt», lillies, and goldings ¡ li mile, ono event. ; ' - . ' . ?: ' Mr. McAHatcr'i b B Knickerbocker.-....^....-......¿.i.... I . . Hollyliqck. 8 ! , ' ,. Lucretia...7............: «lr. This raco was » tritio worsö thain-ft walk over, sineo tho honor of winning" it passed to the inferior nnimal, and tho publie wera not treated to oven tho semblaaco of n gallop. Socond Raco.-Tho PÜDIICAKS* PtfnsB of 40 tors, for j all horses j twice round, ono event. . Mr. McAHstcr's c ft flergamot.WoAllster 1 : hg Hollyhock.Htono a. ¡Dispatoh was drawn...! Thia race again, to tho con- siderable disgust of tho spectators was a completo wnlk over. Tho two horses walking leisurely from;the start-, mg post, completing tho circuit,, and. flntshiitg,at tho, sanio paco before tho judge. JFrora tho .lesson taught, thomby tho Publicans' Purse, wo. trust bur sportsmen will improvo next year. .. Thir^Riic...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMIDALE ANNUAL RACES, 1861. ("From the Armidale Express,April 6th.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

ARMIDALE ANNUAL RACKS, 1861. ("From the Armidale. Urtiretr,April (ilk.) Thrsa rn'oos took plueo^ón-'tlié; Armidale course on . Monday and Tuesday lnst,*l«t and 2nd ' instant. Owing to nomerain haring fullnn'oñ Sunday availing, tho course on IVfpnday waa in excellent order. . ". i First "Race"-Tliis "MAIDUJÍ Pt.vrn bf £50, for all maidens nt tile timo of ontranoo ¡ lienta, ljr milo. Mr. J<¡lm Uosn'i g h Peregrine, 8kt lillis .Tierney 1 1 W. a.,newton'* hr g Clin.Ownor 8 S T. Vlver's 1> ft Flying Chillier*.i.Owiwr 3dis D.H. Campbell's I) g ItnlUwin du Hour?, Sst Kiln. * dr John Jones's r ir Romeo. dis First Uo.it-On passing tho stand tho first limo Pere- grine led, closely followed by Baldwin ; Clip nnd' others liebig some distance behind. On again arriving nt the posU'ercgrino loti by several length i, Clip pulling in ; Childers was third ; Du Bourg fourth ; and Romoo dis- tanced. Time, 3 min 18 seo. : Second TTeftt-Bnldwin bning drawn, Peregrino^ Clij>,: nntVPlying ...

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 — 13 April 1861

J^OYAL TIO^OBIA THEATRE. Lessees..;.Messrs.' RATNEH nod DINS'. Unobntod suecoss bf ' > \ SIR WILLIAM AND LADY D ON. - : This Evening, Saturday^ 13th April, .THE CHILD OP THE REGIMENT. :', - (Lost time but ope.) . And (2nd time) tho highly Biieoessrul Burlesque of THE.MILLER AND HIS MEN, In both of. winch Sir William and Lady Don perform. ; On Wednesday, . A GRAND SPECIAL NIGHT, ; . Wlion tho performances" of Sir William and Lady Don . will ba honored W tho attendance of niS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT'HONORABLE SIR JOHN YOUNG-, K.C.B., G.C.M.G.y : . ?and : . . - LADY YOUNG. j '- Box Office, opon from Xl to 3. ''? : ' Lady Don will shortly giro' ? > A ©HAND" MORNING CONCERT . ' ' . ' in Parramatta. 335 ! SPARKES v. SULLIVAN. ' y ' . ; ' I'ttE Backers of, SÜLM VAN horoby.publicly an nounco that, m «msoquonco of his.extraordinary conciliai, thoy declino any furtlior interference orrospon uibility in promoting his match with Sparkes ; and they call upon tho Stakeholder to rotund the: haU...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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