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LATEST ENGLISH BETTING. LIVERPOOL STEEPLE CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

LATEST ENGLISH BETTINCL, LIVERPOOL STEEPLE CHASE. . ¿ > Franc Picaril.II. LauipIURh. ito I (tk&otT) Emperor .Prívale. 10 tu 1 (tk) ... Allott*.......v-r...-..;.»: E. May ...:.V.:;T;.- 10 ti>'l itt) ~ Jralnuny.C. Malchin .... ...... IO to. I (tk) .....Old Ben Koa. Prlvuti)..... IS tu 1 (tk) Freshman .O ol by . l.í to 1 Ilk) I'rt'lcgrdtfm ."....'..Private . 55 to 1 (Ik) . Xanthus.;.C. rtalchln .;. 25 to I (Ik)' Hedwinit, .J. murphy. -J5 W 1 (tk) 'i CHUSTBIt CUP. . Chere Amie .Madding . Il to 1 (oft) Kurth (.atichashtre.Hopwood. .13 to I (tk) ¡ Wild lioso.J. Lowo. 40 to 1 Itk) . ' TWO THOUSAND. ' KlarlkolT .I. Scott. 7 to 1 (tk) Kettledrum .Oates ..Oto I (tk) ntophnlltus ....Jot. Dnwsoi. I) to 1 (oft") Preceptrcs*.Walter May .. ...... to to 1 (tk) Ruaslcy.M. Dawson. Into 1 (tk) Overton.Al Taylor. 10 to 1 (tk) ; Kn. or tile TliUtío.J. Scott. .20 to 1 (tk) DßrtBY. Dundee.M. Dawson. . f to '2 (tk) i Klirlkoft* .............i.Scott. M to 1 (tk) Kettledrum .(lairs . 2J to I (t...

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 — 20 April 1861

ScHOOi'op AKTS.-Wo invito attention to tic/.very at- tractive prograimub issued by Mr J. E.. Blaok, for Mon- day nnd Tuesday .ovbriings next, nt tbo above Institution, Tho card speaks for itself, and will doubtless command itsolf to tho' notice of tho admirers of oúr;nntioñal melo- dies. ?.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BETTING-FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

- XATiíST BliïTLVG-FRIDAY.. I.IVRUrOOt. STEÍtrLK CllASB.' 7 la I afrit Franc Picaril (Ik) I 14 to 1 agst Old Ben noe (tk) fl to 1 -F.muurur (tfc) I 10 to 1-Freshman (tk) ? 10 to 1 --Jealousy (t & oft") I 25 to 1--Redwing (tk) 10 to 1'-Anutts (tk & off). I CntsTKR Cor. ., 10 to I BRSt Chere Amis (tk f ) I 23 to 1 a*«t North Lancashire 25 to 1-KUUgrcw (tk) | (tk) .Ttro TitousASD. 7 to 1 on the F1«M (off) I IOU to fl . og« Knight of the, !) to 1 ogut ltusaley (tk) ' ,1' Thistle (tk) 100 to S-Dlophantus (tk). I ; ' . lffOO to Í5 agst RusKÍey (tk) j ;

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

TH E A I RIC A L S. ; . . ROYAL YICXORilA. A great card wes ployed, by tho' Doss on Wednesday overing, when they ttimcd^p.'trumps)" td' tho. admira t ion of His .Rxeelloncy the Administrator of tho Govern- ment, Lady Young, uiid suite, mid a brilliant! house. The >ailiiinc* of-theso "illustrious »tara" appears to increase as their engagement approaches towards its cloao ; and doubtless it will set in mt ellulgonco only excelled by ti« panegyrics,of our daily contemporaries.

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 — 20 April 1861

C^EJ^TÖrRN ífoVonrirti; us with orders for this' f T ^JourniilAvill be'i»lufised.'to enclose th<j ueooasiivy ndvnrtcb* for six months 'subscription, vis 13s, or ii dBi , notu which will eover thfpo quarters of tho rear. PICK RUINO- & NIC1ÍOL3.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

. Tits 1\R. AND TUE LABIÉS TnEHEOF.-Tho Mountain CreeU correspondent of t!io Xiiffletoood Advertiser con- ducios ft long catalogue of crime committed in that dis- trict with tho following morceau relative to two prize fighters, White and Nolan,- who seem to have found, tho ring less attrnctivo. than, tho road ¡-"Thora is one ex- traordinary feature in connection with tho incarceration of theso men. 1'.White, about à month ago, eloped with Noluu's young wife ; and tho husband and paramour ore now- confined in thu same cell. Mrs Kolan hos actually brought, meals to the logs to bo shared between her own husband and her . paramour. Such ÍB- an instance of moral depravity which, it is' tb be feared, is only too common in this comntry.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KING IN VICTORIA. GALLANT FIGHT BETWEEN. CHARLEY HORBEGAN AND JOHNNY MASSEY FOR £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

.THE KING IN VICTORIA. _.J ^ GALLANT ¡; FIGHT* BETWEEN t. CHARLEY HORBEQAJT AND ; JOHNNY MASSET FOR £100.-,- ; ; : ' i Xumorpüfcwore tho plan's nnd arrangements mada by tho MolbOuruilos for wit nessi ni tho meeting of these little herôës/"-1-A very considerable number, taking tiino by thc forelock, started fruin toirn on Monday in buggies, - etc. Another " order of going," which wo could only hint at. last weolt, wm mntlo, whereby -a coach, with ro lays_ of 21 horses,'was. in waiting at tho Diggers' Rest Station for tho half-past six train on Tuesday morning, to enable its passengers to soo tho bnttlo and rotnm fije same day. Notwithstanding the numerous applications for tickets, tho conveyance was not half full, which may, however, bo ncconntod for by tho fnct that ninny of tíio Îiatrons of«the P.B;-were unable to get back from th'o araous AVorribeo. Encampment. ( We availed ourselves , of a scat in this coirvoyanoo, and were tooled Up to the quiet, township of Woôdond in duo time....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

THE RING. KELT/Ï AND BiKonAM.-Afifcor nu interval of tir© months since their interrupted tlglit, theso littlo heroes havo at longtli drawn their ~stukes. Thoi'o seems lo bo iv fatality nttuehed to everything connected with tholtmg in Kow South Wales y und wu 'much fear Dint thc bring"' ing ofi'u fight has become a ninttor of such difficulty 11« to prevent oven tho mostinveterata admirers of the art oí sali-dofeneo from attempting tlio Herculean task. Wa ure uot in u position to speak with much certainty, but wo imngino that tho nunir piigilistiquo between Sparkes and Sullivan will not como to much moro than thc'one alluded to above,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LESSONS OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

THE LESSONS OP THE PAST.*'\ Oft un unseen hand unscateth Fountains of past hope* anti fears; . ~ Ott »he human spirit feclcth As lt felt In other yea». Aa tho moon glides round the ocean, ! O'er the past doth, memory go| Giving days Rone by a motion, Like the wide sea's wavy flow, Like a scented «ephry showing . All IhM ever toitch'd Its wing j Like a stream for ever flowing, ' ..Tasting of its native spring;. Like a gale the tones revealing . Of whate'eriti substance stlrr'd ;. . Homeward come a voice and feeling, vi.'ÇjJjV .' Long heforethno felt ond heard. '*" " From the darkened day» of folly, . Ilring the aplrit-nlercing pain. And in saddest melancholy, Tell of seaton* sent In vain ; But from days nf moral glory. , - Happy Is the thrill they bring ; , Sweet as some melodious story, , Only blessed leraphs sing. O, since Joy ind sorrow reach us, From the doy i of other years ; Eich a lesson li to teach na ' How to scatter half our fears ; - Each a silent song that showeth How the...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

C RI CEE T. . I . MATCHES TO COME. Moy 4.-Nut Ional V Albert (return) for challenge cup... Domain. ,, ll.-University C. C. v. Liven100! C. C.Domain. " 18.-Albert y Warwick, continued.Domain. There lin's been little doing Bince our Inst. Tho AI bious made an easy win of it. against; Ibo Dchisons oe Saturday, and were to continue their match with thc Alberta this'afternoon, hut somehow they elected not to play, nod on Thursday, wo believe, notified to tho Al- berts, that such was tlicir intention. La tor in tho week, they would agein hnvo. renewed their engagement with the Albert Club, but the latter had thou made other ar- rangements «nd so tho match will not como oirto-dny. Tlio leading event now on tho lapis is of courso' the match for tho Challongo Cup, which will cómo oil'on tho .1th of May. Bot)i clubs nro doing a lurge mnount of practice, besides collecting all their forces from » dis- tance, and all.this must residt in a first claís game. Tho Alberts will number among their cl...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

MOKE BLOOD PO« AUS/THALIA.-By private advice* from' ICughmd, wo lt»arn that tho celebrated horse Ac- tion, hus been purchased from Sir Kotiert I'eel hy Cap tain Strutt, R.A.',' and taken to Calcutta ; and that, utter he had raced in India for a season his destination was tu be Australia. Acfreoh, at short distances, hos beuten most, if not nil, of tho best horses in England, and ns his pedigree is undeniable, ho,must provo a most valuublu acquisition lo whichever of tho Australian colonies may possess him. DEATH OF -TovcaaxoifB.:-This celebrated stallion tho "founder of a line of Kings" of tho present day diod lust,week, aged 30. A notice of his career is in typo, but unavoidably stands over.-BaWs Lifo hf Leu don, Feb. 10. , , - . . . ..".??.?

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of. Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

ORIGINA!. CORRESPONDENCE. I To the Editors of. Betta Life in Sydney. ' \ I QKÍTLEMEN,-For tho benefit oí all ooïioernod I take tho liberty of enclosing a report of threo cases, latoly decided in the Central Pol ¡co Court hero : tho decision in each case being rovorsed upon prohibition boforo. tho Judges of tho Supromo Court 'during this week. First. A case of -wages under tho Mastor and Serrants' Aoí, whcreiji, in tho absenco of tho defendant, tho pro siding "Magistrates gavo judgment in favor of tho com-; plainant. Upon certain evidence, tho following ¡toms of proof, however, hoing omitted, namely, that tho hiring was not for any definite period; and consequently thora was no-proof that tho _liirlng~ wns for a period that had not yet expired. That impovtant item of proof being wanting, tho Supremo Court hold that tho Magistrntos had no jurisdiction, and granted, tho prohibition, but without costs. Second. Breach of Promiso. Act against ono Lawrence for being nt such a distance from...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GREAT PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

A GREAT PROPHECY. ¡ Yo backer/) of horses who loóle out for tin, r . ..: . . Stiok' to'" JlormonV and d-aticr," you Buroly mustwini And ns for, tho youngotors, be guided hy rae, Aud nut all your " flvors" on Trincomnleo. .? - y- "Yr ; JOBKOCKB.-.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

' HUtsutiKET PMC«S-llay, 64 Od to 8a Od i atraw. Ss Od lo Si 6J «heal. O' SJ to 7s OU : nats, 4a Od to 4s 4.1; hurley, 4s Od io 4a lid;cowa : ¿ii la to£10 la; calms,' 80s tn 46 : burk, £5 IO« to JCS lot par ton, : Kreon sturt" from lod to ls par dawn bundles : corn. 4s 61 to fis Od par '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

DIED.                     On the 29th of March, at the residence of his mother, Richmond Road, George, youngest son of George and Louisa Forrester. Aged three years and nine months. 318        

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIVORCE COURT. PIOUS SINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

ÎOVOECE COURT» PIOUS SINNEBS. ' AtwrniDon T. 'AX-LDUIDGB AND DÁsiinr.-James Cob bold Alldridgo prayed for a decreo bu tho ground of adultery of hu wife, Mary Trevor Cobbold, with "VVnlter Dmnnnt. Answer* wore Med both by tho respondent lind tlio co-respondent dollying tho adultery, mid alleging condonation. Mr Macaulay elated that tho parties wero married in January, 1851 ; that tho lady's maldon nnmo was Palmor, and that thoy lived happily together until 1858, and hud children. Tho petitioner wns a purser and paymnster in tho Royal Navy, and in that year ho joined tho Conquoror.leavinghis wife and family at South liront, near Plymouth, whore he had taken a hoiiso called .'Kamara Cottage." Before his depnrturo thoy had modo tho acquaintance of Mr Damant, an architect, occupying a very good position in Plymouth.and living with his wifo nt Lutton-m-Brent, about a milo from Kamara Cottage. Mr. Alldritlgo was absout on shipboard until tho, 30th of îfovombor, 1859. Ho then landed at Hyra...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT, HOBART TOWN,— APRIL 9. MURDER— THE OASE OF GEORGE WILLIAH HAMILTON LATR SUPERINDENT OF ClTY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

i ILCBDEB--THEi OASE OF GEOKOÈ "WIÍXÍAM ' HAM3I»TQ3Í¿' . ?. i' .'.' LATS SUPEttIKTEÎIDEST OV-ClTT POtjOE¡t ;' ' ? George William ' Hamilton wnV thon placad ianthe dock,- Charing' hoon-assisted'1 from -the lock-up by Mr .Itnidy aitd-tho under gaoler.,; Tho unhappy man ap- peared to bo Vory:Teoblca'''althoughi'frópii' having under- gone rccout toilet attentions,'he must have . improved in appearance, compared with tho repbrt of thoso who/have: lately visited him in gaoh ' ' ' " ' 1 ',' i Tho Clerk-of tho Court tbdn araigncd tho accused who was'indicted in tho usual form for, that ho notjiav-;, ing tho fear of God before his ¿yes;" but being inbred and instigated thereto by tile Devil,-on thó'Cth March;1 1801;: on Elizabeth Hamilton, in''tho peuce bf God then'being,' feloniously, wilfully, lind' of his malice aforethought'did-' muka an assault on her,1 und then and thero did kill and murder nguinst <Scc. ' ? ' ..'... ' . ' ; ] In reply to. tho usual question, the prisoner, i...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

?.:P O!I I C E. .T.VTá l-:lfí .'i ,.Í Win ito '.THE --KwirrjI-^Novor, vntliiri'HiSja memory of tho oldest lialioeman that ever did pr ia nt* all' likely' to braudiah the baton in defence of tUti sacred catlso 'of " law and order,'' was such a scone presented within that magnificent upceim'on of the architecture of n bye-gone ugo-tho Central Police Court-as thnt - which wu's on acted on Tuesday lait.- As everybody is nwiire, tho busi- ness of thia vonorablo Totnplo_ of Justice1 is conducted' upou principles to elcar, conciso, and conducive1 to t be publie welfare!mid convenience, . thut thoy have .boen . jusfly pronounced by ùvory hiçh authority as " thç>ory perfection of human ingenuity and enlightbnmeñt.'" Amongst othor excellencies by which this popular court ia distinguished may bg mentioned tho " summons list;" .wherein, aro sot down those ;grcat: and *: important causes, winch aaUy,.rack tho. fcrtlio .imaginations of eminent, lawyers, bother tho brains of magniloquent magist...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS BY THE BENARES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

ENGLISH NEWS BY THE BENARES. Tho general tonor of tho intolligoiiuu received hy th< Henares ia oonfirnmtory of flint brought by tho Northam Tho apprehension that thu general pence munt bu dis- turbed appears to bo very genond : the «peech of the French Hinperor to tho parliament, being in many quar- ter» regarded m very ominous. llur Majesty, mid family continued to enjoy uninter- rupted health. Tho X'arliitmcnt wa« opened by tho Queen on thu 5th February. During tho progress of tho roynl cortege on thu occasion, a.ciu'iom incident occurred. A Lascar was obsorved to dart suddenly from tho,crowd and approach tho earriago of lier Majesty, with something (ii his hand, Prince Albert fearing tho man hud BOIDU evil IICSIRII, re pul ititi him, when Ko drew ii clasped knife and went .through n pantomimic performance of cutting his thront. Tt appears thu Lascar asserts a claim upon tho Indian Government; mid his object in upprnnohing tho royid oar ringo wan to present n petition t...

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 — 20 April 1861

TUE ROAD MUUDÈB IXQUiny.-VYVo believe («nra thu \Bristol Jfosl) wo aro correct in .stating that tTioinquiry Jnl.o thc recent murder ut Hoad, which Mr. H uglies,' thu chief ol' tho Hath police, aud Mr Inspector Norris, have jtel" on. foot, and upon which, thoyhnvo expanded imioh tfriio, l.ibpur, and money, will not bu nbundoiiod. Whilst thc highest law court in. tho kingdom was deliberating on ithe question pf reopening, tho inquiry too hastily cloned by tho ooronor^thpso oxpuriouoed oillcora considered it îleçorous to abstain from taking tiny decisivo steps ; biitj if wo aru not misinformed, they hove buen far from in,-', active, and have, indeed,-boen placed in possession of one br two matters windi, although not .of great importance iii themselves, yet.tend to strengthen tho ohnin ol' ovi (lonce ip support ot'a theory which, from un onrlv point in'their inquiries, thor have folt themselves compelled, by tho: forcb of circumstances, to adopt. . We ahull not bc surprised to hoar of ...

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