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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

I S-VrUTEY MARKETS, FaiDAT?. ,\ wuoLUALB rai CB«. ? I wnriT, 7i loBiper boiliel; Uour, £1J per ton: malta, 3s 6d to Sa 9.1 ; burley, 4i; cape ditto, 4» der btuhcl ¡ hay, oaten, £3* Incarna, SA per ton; tinner, 1st cheese, 60 to 1* ; bacon slid hums 6d to 8d{ pur lb g Kui.!. <K1 to la »er <tnzen ; fowl», 2* 6(1 ti Sa 6d per couple ¡ potntnee, £8 lo £10 per ton ; ful pl<» 0.1 to 8>l per lb ; beef, 40a, mut- ton, 50 per cwt ; Hldea. Sa to IS ; tobacco, la M to le 6d par lb, beal; quality. Luc-ma teed la di per lt>, retail Ii; ptrretmlal red dorer.' ditto ditto i white Dutch, ditto ditto; itatlon and mixed lionel, la per lo, aorihuin laccl-araium, Id per lb ; seed out« Ss ed to 6a 6d per buihel. , ! FEUnr-* ANT) POtf, Oomrolealon Aient», i H/kTiUiKET PBICEJ -Hay, Ga od to 8a 8d s atraw, 4» td to Sa 3d t wheat, ga 9d to Ila Od ; mille. 3i tid to Sa ld| oatt, St Od io 3a Mt darloy,'*!* 9d io 3s Ms corra, £0 loi to £12 Of* caima, 23a to 32>| bark, ...

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 October 1860

SAOAOITT IN A Doo.-On Monday last tho flood had eatwud Myers crock to rino to somo contidorablo oxtont. A woman having to cross, made uso of alargo log which is used at a crowing piuco when the creek is high, i On this occasion she was accompanied by hup dog, which is of the collie breed. Sho WTM walking along the log, wliieh was covered in BOino places by the water, nnd, when near the other ond, the dog, who was quietly following behind, Hindu n spring boforo her, and jumped into the creek The woman's attention boing dirrotod to the spot, Rho lound lind sho cono a few' Blons further on, »hu would, in all probability, llnvo been dro"wticd,'rtfl tho Hood lind par- ried away the «nil of tho temporary hndrjo which eon uccted it with tho opposito bank."-Mendigo Adoertiicr ? >.> ^ - '-.I. i. r ,'. i ' .r ; '. :,. li /.M U...V '» t*,r,r,<- -ii iw: -_a-r j.''-. .',.- .1.,. ¡ ,'-,-> ''.actjir u'tif-j j r.luo¿

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SUMMARY OF ENGLISH NEWS PER SALSETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

SinOIAB,T OF ENGLISH HEWS PEE SALSETTE. Tim arrival of tho August mail has placed us in pos- session of the following items, which MO havo compiled from the telegrams of tho S. M. Herald : Tho ISmporor Napoleon had addressed a private letter to M. l'ersigny, the French Ambassador in London, wherein ho M nrmly vindicates his policy, and roitorutcs tho nssurunoo oC Ids puaccful intention» ton ard» all, par- ticularly England. ' The Grent Rastern had returned from Kow York aftor a passage of ten days. Great fears wera entertained that the harvest, owing to a. long continuance of bad woather, would provo a failure. The pacido lettor of tho Fronch Emperor to his Am- bassador in London, had created samo opposition to tim Fortifications Bill, which however passed. Ono of Garibaldi's omissnries won in London organiz- ing a body of troops, and 500 mon aro reported to havo joined. 20,000 Scottish Toluntcers wero reviewed by her Majesty nt Holyrood on the 7th August, in tho presonco of 200,000...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AMAZONIAN RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

.1?*AllLt\ZONIAN BITIÍE .COEPS.-' - .? » EftTjBSTUiKMíBj.prcfqnts hor compliments ancLbcga lpayo t^asflui-Ojtha.JSçlitcir. of ;Bíill's Lifo that, sha isVu hng to enlistan the first ^mazoninn Riflo Corps,,HJ ¡tlie, Syd^ioy'îgu-hiihaiio.itho coin-ago to daro, the well-kur-wn jealousy of thesternor sex, and enroll Iherruolyea fot*, thoir own dcfpuce,.- l'or hor own,part, Jiquostrienno, would rather trust to herself in tho hour of danger tuan roly, on any of tluj, jihlokon-hpaHcd youths ol' hor,acquaintance. As to the costuuao recommended <-by the gallant editor, lîquoptrionno is certain it must bo liiindsoine ; and feeling (.oiiftdoiiiq jn his good taste, is quite satisfied to udo'ptjt. Kquestrioinio returns her best thanks for.trío liropipt reply to lion question, and should tho Editor bp, willing to condor a greater obligation by persuading the Jockey dub to erect a fow flights of hurdles ou tho courso at Rand- wick over which Jïquostrioniio will bo moat happy to show the ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING REVIEWER. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

äPORTI M G » E V lEWER. RACES TO COME. .tinnimnal and Hayduntoii Occ llih and 12th Uanirn AVag a * Oct 21rrf,-Uli and 25th llrccz.i ííuv ¿1st H ü-UnJ VIOTOU1A V J C Sprlnr ifcotlnff Oat 25th, 26lh anil STih Tullaroop itucci 0ct3l*tanrt Nur lit \ r f» jiprlnic Slnollilit N iv lilli 10lh nuil 17th I nitleniatna Races Nov J7 h ni ii -Sill HuuDtim Rare« Dec - llilHiir.it T a Sjirl IK Mcctln. Dec Stn, bth, uni Titi Sm>ihcHliiu Bruwn a, ona Cariiuhain Au nuil futccn Dec llthand IStli llouitlil II Itacos Dec 20th Wnrriis ntmol Kacet - Wee-"¡li and Î8th Ilouruiltld Race* Jan 1st len IK Racen Jai Kid and Pin lorunnt Races » Jan -.nu, 23rd, and Sith TASMANIA third Australian Champion btakea Doccutber 3rd, 1C0I.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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A FREE AND INDEPENDENT ELECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

, A.EBBE ANPiUTDEPENDENO; ELECTOR.-." -nOno morning, Bcarcoly a fortnight after General, Jack- son's arrival at lho_Whito Hame, a sbubhy-gonteel looking niau presonted lilmselfi at his parlor) and, after tho-usual salutation and - shaking of hands, expressed his1, joy at seeing thö venerable old gentleman at last hold the! situation ol chief magistrate of tho country,, to which his bravory"liis talonts, and his unimpeachable rectitude* fully entitled linn. " Wo have had'a hard tuno of,it,",' said ho, "in our,littlo place* but our oxortioiiB* wero uurouiiltiug j I myself went .round , to ( stimulate my neighbours,- and ,,,ut/ lost. ,-t)io ', victory' was ours, /"Wo« beat i thom^Jby ' a,.majority of tell votes ;' and now behold, the, result pf thnt glorious tri* iuinphi" .Tjio General ¡jthankodjiim* in terms of .studied politeness, assuring him that ho wou]a,rcsign hwolBcoiu an-instant if ho did not'tliiuk lils "election, gnyo satisfac- tion ',to ti vast,minority of tho pcoplo ¡.' and...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LATEST FROM THE SNOWY. DISCOVERY OF A 400 OZANUGGET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

LATEST FEOM THE SNOWY. DISCOVERY Oí" A 400 OZJ NUGGET. A telegram reached town on Wednesday ovoning from Mr Jones, of Yass, nnnouneing tho discovery of a TOUR HUMMED OTJJ.CE xcGOET in tho deep sinking, Now Chuui Hill, ou Friday last. Tho nugget is soul to bo puro gold, and w eighed 400 ore. by a butcher's steel-yards. Tho discovery had occasioned gteat sensation. Many otlicr parties on Now Chum Hill w ero doing very well, and at Tour' Milo all wore getting good wages. Tho snow had almost entirely disappeared, and tho weather was fine and bracing. The' telegraph wiro had been brought into Kiandra,- and communication may shortly bo expected with Sydney. There aro at present about 61)00 minors at wort, but this numbor is receiving hourly accession. Notwithstanding the temptation hold out by the abovo rich discovery, intending adventurers to tho Snowy will IOBO nothing by doi'orriug their departure for ffvo or BÍX w ceks, nt tho expiration of wluoh poriod it is expected tho diggings wil...

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 October 1860

' l NOTICE. GAlIPBEtil/rOWN and WINDSOR Subscribers aro respectfully informed that their papors -will be for- warded by tho first train, and will ho delivered on appli- cation to Mr. CHARI/ES MORRIS, Junior, in Camp- belltown, and to 3fr. J. T. HAWTHORN, in Windsor. PICKERING & JS'IOHOLS. -' Oct. 1<t, 1800._

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CENTRAL POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

,, CENTRAL,I01ICB OFFICE. AugTBAMAi* TUIIPIKB.-At the Police Court, on Mon- day, two very romantic looking customers, named Robert Davis, but better known to the friends whom ho honours w ¡til his friendship as "Long Bob," and Citarles «Tones, alias " tho. Pretty Boy," appeared to answer somo vory inconvenient nnd impertinent inquiries' respecting a "romaneo m real life," which occurred BÍX months since in tho neighbourhood of .Tambaroora, but which in the vulgar phraseology of unromantic law, is Called highway robboiy. 'ïhis par nobilefratrum wero remanded to the Bathurst Bench. , ' A Bow-wow Row.-William, (not old Bob) Ridley, "bobbed his nut" on Monday to Messrs Cohen and Raper, to show causo why and wherefore ho brought two actions of assault and battery, ono against Mrs Owen, and unothor against a stalwart constable, nnmed Gibbons. Mrs Owen, who w ns deeply affected, deposed that " on Sunday artcrnoon ns ever was, that ero chap corned into m-y onso a follermg ti mud dog which h...

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

THEATRIC AL.S. ROYAL VICTORIA. Tho only uovolty ol' tho weok wo aro called upon to nottco is World and Stngo, a play in ffvo aot«, by M>. Sampson, produced on Monday evening. Somo of th» scones aro exceedingly ettbetiro, and a by no means small portion of tho ditiloguo ruôs not only smoothly, but ia both brilliant nnd BpiritcdV Still tho play will novar nchiovo a great BUCCCSS ; Jip plot is ill contracted, sud lacks interest, nnd noailjnKU tho character! aro feebly drawn. Miss .Tonos Bustauod tho port of Rato Robertson with marked ability, but tho role really afTords no stop« for the display of flrnt-clasa talent. It is adapted, pcrhapi, for a lady whoso powors of conception aro of "a circum- scribed range, such, indeed, as a third-rate octrees may be supposed to possess. The play of Armand, or tho Peer and the Peasant, was repeated ohTucsdaynight, but failed to drawafuirattendance. Miss J onceasBlanche, and Mr. Rarner as Armand, played extremely well, and st the fall of the curt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

PIOIÎON MATCitrs. - On Monday tliroo pigeon mntehos woro shot at Dunmore, with tho follovrin; results. Tho first match was for a saddlo, &e.T valued at ¡C6 Os., by six members, at fivo birds cnxih-j MrThonua Mitchell killed four birds, and Mr Thomas Nobbs killed four, whioh madea tio; Mr N. gavo Mr MilchnU£l, and took tho saddle. Tho second match waa for a double gun, valued nt ¿5, by five mombera, at three birds twh j Mr W. Wade killed all. The third mutch, n sweepstake«, by seven members, nt tlireo birds each j Mr W. Wada kdled all.-Maitland Mercury. Ptroi TJISTIO EscotrsTKR,.-A frâtio tountament came où" nt tho Litt.lo Rivor lost week, tho contending parties being known as "Jim tho shoomakor," tho champion of Little Rivor, and Mr. Cunningham's pot,. Hnghy. -The lattor was victor.-Mraidioood Ohssrxcr.

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NOMINATIONS FOR BALLAARAT GREAT SPRING- HANDICAP, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

NOMINATIONS FOU BALLA ATIAT GEEAT SPRING- HANDICAP, Of ISO sovs, addod to n swocpstakca of 10 sovs each, half forfoit if declared. Distance, one milo and three quar- ters. Tho second horso to got 50 BOVS out of tho stake), and tho third to savo lils stako. Two sovs paid 1st October; and three sovs duo on 12th November. "Weights to bo dcclurod in BelPa IAfe in Victoria on Saturday, the 2-tth November, and ticeoptanees to he made, and finid flvo sovs paid, on Tuesday, 27th No vombor. Mr. K. coleman'« b g Fartlann, aired E. Colemau'a b g Defence, ô yn A. Chimad)«'* b K Haphazard, axed A. Clilrualilc'a b g lloloro, C yra, hy Dolsnro-Itlas Garllck A. ClilrniMe'a br ni fortrom, .1 yr«, ty Dolapro-Ulm Garllck J. Cowell'» bl K TIID Harbor, »«.ii J. Oi.uoll'a b r Bonny lloae, 3 yra T, lliivln'a i.r ir * latcntcliur, aged Atkinson'* b r Shepherd««. 3 yra, by Dolo-Nancy Dawson. u. Waianii'a bl a The Moor, meed II. Ycond's b c Doimllon, 3 yra H. Yeuud's b f Rvulliid, 3 j r», by the Promler-Shep...

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VICTORIA. LATEST BETTING AT V. T. SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. J. C. FREE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

VICTORIA. LATEST BETTING AT V. T. SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. J. O. FREIÎ tlASDICAr. 100 to IS «¡tit Til-natch HkJ IflO toll " I'hoatia (Hi) 1CU to 8 " Lucy Untiers (Ik) <00 lo 7 " Atllla (tkj len to 7 " iteeawltiir ttkj 100 to S " Mountain Maid ttk) 100 to 1' " Malnroyal (tk> 100 to 1 " Annlo (IkJ 100 to 0 afi rartlion (Ik) ino toa " Tnlllcht ('kj 100 to 2 " Jlofeiico (tk) 100 to 2 .. lUd Daer Ilk) 100 to 7 " rijliu uolouri(tk) 100 to I " forlreaa (Ik) 130 to 1 " Conical (tk)

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

_,,, PHnENOLOOIOAl DEVTIOPMENT OP TOJi'SATEBB.-j-Mr iTfredcrick 'Bridges, a phrenologist of Liverpool,' having ^ examined tho'bumpi of Tom Sayers, describes the some i JW"follows :-" His temperament shows' a close, cotapaot, ]_ dense, tough, enduring, elastio organisation ; no jwny ^,,bulky,~but indicating compactness and texture of. muscio i .which so distinguish tho Uno muscio of 'the rncfe-hbrse from tliat of tho draught horse. Indeed, his physiological .characteristics show mingled vivacity and capability for .continued exertion. His complexion is vory uncommon, r except among tho gipseys-it is a kind of rod-olive colour. The expression of his featuros is lively, jdjuWing animal i vivacity ; the eyo quick and keen,-but thorp is nolhiAg of i, of the montai expression in lus.fuop.',, Tho'Torination of ,/his head isj Bt-rikiugly/inarked. iii is "narrow^ in'tho ; Regions of.thoLrefleotil*0 Çipultios und ideality, .goes taido backwards to coinbííf i vont»*!,, and rises hig|i in'tho r...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AGES OF HORSES. To the Editors of Bells Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

AGES OF HORSES. To tfojidiîvn of Belts Mft^ in Sydney. GENMEMBN-^Among \vhat-7t0 nie,- at least-are the hidden "mysteriös, .of racing in our'colonr, porhapa thc greutest anomaly of all is the manner in which horses aro' allowed two different birthdnvsin'the coursa of,one year. I hâvo never been able to arriva at anything approaching a reason for this ármngoniont; for though among, bjpeaÈ I have found Bomo who gave occasion for a carouse byt treating themselves to a monthly anniversary of thoir na- tivity, I cannot imagino that such is tho cause among horsos of what I now uutko allusion to. Acting in con- cert with tho racing mon of tho other colonies, the A. J. C. havo fixed tho first of August ns tho day from which horses shall take their ages, and iu the now rules of the club this regulation takes a prominent place. Taking it for all in all, I hardly think a bettor date could bo fixed or one which in relation to our foaling season so well boars comparison w ith the first of Januar...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK Commercially the week has bee satisfactory, as con-   siderabel activity has marked mercantile transactions. Matters of general public interest have been few, the arrival of the August mails being, of course, the princi- pal event. The items received by telegram will be found calculated to allay much of the anxiety felt as to the in- terruption of peace between England and France. The Sallasette left Hobson's Bay, at 4 a.m. yesterdasy, and may therefore be expected on sunday. The Hinton Hotel, at Hinton, near Maitland, has been totally destroyed by fire, the inmates having had a very narrow escape from destruction.   The brig Spray. which sailed hence for Hongkong on the 27th ultimo, returned to port in consequence of her commander, Captain Moore, having committed suicide by shooting himself in a fit of temporary insanity. A man named Cahil, in the service of Mr. Skillicorn, of Bathurst, was killed by falling into a well whilst in a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

PORTRAIT OF "ZOE"-Tlio engraving of tho Champion Maro, ZOE, oxeeutod by Mr PEYTON, will ho dehvered to that gentleman on application at our offlee PICKERING & NICHOLS ( TO IMPORTERS AND OTHERS TENDERS aro invited for tho supply of a certain number of reams (to bo agreed upon) of doublo doublo demy printing paper, of quality not inferior to this day's issuo ot BelUa Life TerniB CASH The lowest Tendor will bo accepted _PICKERING &, NICHOLS MAP OR N S WALES AND QUEENSLAND JUST PUBLISHED, EOAD AND DIS1AÄCE Or NEW SOUTH i WALTS, from the best authorities PltlCE-On Sheet, colored, 4s Gd " In book, lined and bound, 8s " On roller, and varnished, 15s , J R CLARKE, 1110___355, Gcoigo street O OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE1 Director Mr JOSTPH RAYNER Benefit and Last Night of tho Young Tragodienne, HISS AVONIA- JONES, Who will nppoar m two characters, EVADNEandMARGLRY . 4.nd for this occcasion Mr W Tí S1EPHENS (whb has kindly volunteered his services) will appear as COU SIN JOE THIS EV...

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STONEY HORSE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

I '. . STONEY HORSE MAHKET "' I Mesan Burt,and Co report a lame number «f middle clan hornet thron-th tbelr eulo-, Dili «reek ; linne rueful Block hare auld well, par- ticularly harne«! horse* On Monday, draught hortet went from £33 ti) £401 on Wcdnetdsy a lol from the Clarence from £14 to £24 on Frl. day,a lot i-f horten, front an overlnnd journey wenl frnm £9 to £25 10a anda number of rumeu hnrte*. £18 to £30 ; light amall tlzid »t"cV (arelintàleablo. wo have alto sold, a cart 'stallion at £60, and another al £401 alto 4 of tlio Import«*' Snuth-dov-n rama for3o guiñéis each. 3tr Charles Marlyn reporta the* horte market lilla week lia*, exbl Mud the usual ainouiuof activity, A draft of haran hred by the late Ilenr. Oitwrne, E-q.'waa sold oi Thura loy at a «cod average! the demand Is'conUtidd to strom* uptian'lni hanlon lior.ua, and atuitl saddle. There Is still a e-reat preponderance of lUht horse» hi the ' market' with only a limited aale fur thean,; heavy dniuitot colts are very ...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. GALLANT RETREAT OF 1,400 BRITISH TROOPS' 150 OF THE ENEMY. WITH THE LOSS OF ONE MAN AND ONE SWORD!! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

THE WAR IN KIEW ZEALAND.1 GALLANT RETREAT -- . i i .' , ' °* . . ' ' ! " 1,400 .BRITISH?;"TEOOPS' j " 15 0 OP T'H-E'E ITEir-T. % j .WITH TILE LOSS..OF ' ¡ OWE MAN" AND ONE" SWOB-DHl TATtAÍTAlCr, TUESDAY, SEPT. 11. -From a person from Doll Block wo hcnr that tho forces, camped at Mahoctalii I hist night, started before daylight this morning, und wero seen nt Ngataiparirua lind Kainui palis, u. hich wero in flames ; firing of artillery and small arms heard. Later in tho day tho mounted escort, under Captain Des Toeux, returned, nnd.from thom wo liavo tho following pailiou Itir*) of tho proceeding» of tho expedition after leaving I Mahootahi. At four o'clock this morning No. 3 division proceeded by a branch rond leuding up to Ngataiparirua, No. 2 divibion continuing ulong tho Devon road until reaching the rond from King's pahs to Waitara, where it turned to tho right, -when tho Light Company of the G5th, under Lieutenants Urquhart anti "Whitbread wore thrown out in skirmishing order up...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860

THE TURF. TIIKRE has been"very little doing in Turf matters durinir the week ; a small amount even of talking being nbout the, sum total. The Melbourne Steeplechases past, and Handicaps to come, have been slightly discussed, but no brtting that we have heard of has taken place. We think it not improbable that when the acceptances for the latter events nie declared, the Subscription Room nt Tattersall'» may be open for a night, when it is ([inte possible some business will be transacted. It will be seen from the bettini> in Melbourne that " Phoebe" has jumped up to be a favourite, as little as. 9 to I having been taken about her. The only item of domestic interest which has been brought on the " tapis" is the proposed day's racing on the first of January. Pending the answei from the Jockey Club, which, howe\ei, we can onlv anticipate as favourable, but little can be said on the suoject of the looked for gathering, but we are in a position to inform o.u readers that all things are ...

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