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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

M'MAHON'S MONTHLY BETAIL PBIOE LIST. I -Brush, Porfiunory, and Finley Worohouso, -110, George-street, two doors north of King-stroot, Sydney. M. M'MAHON bogs to intlmatoto his nnmorous patrons und the public gonorally, that ho lias recently marlu somo important additions to his already extensivo stock, nud Seing in daily expectation of sovoral shipments of now foods, lins resolved to continuo selling at the REDUCED SCALE OH1 PRICES, whioh ho has lately adopted. The fallowing is an abridged list, of a few of the loading articles : Bair brushes, from Is caoh Bair brush and good rook comb for Is Cd Unir brushos in satin, and rosowood, ivory, ¿Ve r Bitto, superior quality, all kinds Hair brush for tho pocket, with mirror, comb, ko, for 2s 6d Cioth and hat brushos, front 9d > Ditto ditto, superior quality, in every variety Tooth brushes 4d oaoh D tto, suporior quality, 6d to Od ? - M*Muhou's ono shilling tooth brush, mado oxpressly to his own ordor, and stamped with his nanto. t Kail ...

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 — 11 May 1861

DIED.     At the residence of their parents, Urawilkey, on the 24th inst- ant, Margaret Louisa, the beloved daughter of James and Mar- garet Hall, aged four years and one month. On the 27th instant, Charles Alfred, the beloved son of the same, aged 2 years and 3 months; leaving their disconsolate parents and a large family   circle to deplore their sudden bereavement.

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SYDNEY MARKSTS, FRIDAY. WHOLRSALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

HYDNEY MABKSTS, FRIDAY. - VlIOI-RSALK PIUCOS." WDKAT.ÜSCII to7»l)rtpcrbu»hel: flour, £10 tn £20 pur ton : new matzo, S< Od t 8» O l; nld <!?>, as Sd tutti ; Eiullili barley. Si Oil to IO* : cape «lo 6s por tunnel s buy, oaten. £n to' £8: lucerno, £3 lOt to £1 pir tun ; »utter, 91 tn OJ : cheese. OJ to Od j bacon 6d to 8d par Iii : Kuna, li fl) to 2s Od per ilozon 1 fuxvln, 2s 61 ti 3s Gd per couplet pitntnes, £5. IDs £010 par ton: fat tilts O l per pound; beet, 40s; mutton. SS per cwt ; III>le*.'Ss Wi 17» ; tolmcoi, 1» 21 to ls Od per Hi. best quality. Lucerno scad ls il per lb, retail 2s ; perennial reit clover, niuo illttn ; M-liilo Dutch, 2s Od per lb ; stinton anil inlxe 1 Kraises. 2s Ort pur lb, sorghum soccliaratain, Od per lb ; seed oats 3s Od lo 4s. per bushel. KURRU AND SOtf, Commission Agents. v°.'

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SPORTING OHRONICLE. RAOES[?] TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

. M'rmít-Í o E" 'ah\Ta'~ c OM E."./ t.Bne.fWc.v.......v>>' fOih-'V Owl lt... ;.i.........i...... M nySM '1 «"rt *1H>. Wullljtii.t..;.....; ...'.. ...June 4 th; S th, «ind Otb. l'atrlcX'n 1'lKlin.i.,...^..,............ ...limo Ililli,ÜOili, awl 21st. 'tlHtiUvIck Sprlllí.......i. .Se, t. lilli, I3lh, una lilli, QUEENSTJNI). Quconilaml I'lmmplon Sneointak";.,M.\>- ït>'li. Nntlli umr-ilta.l Slcelliu, T.iswleh.runn4ili, Alli mid Oth. Rocl.liainpinii.Juno 'Rill, ICili, nn<t tnih. Gajudali......Juno «th. 20ili, aili 87lh. TAS MASIA. .-, ~ . f TlitrJ Auitntllan Champion Sukc.TJoaetnber Snl. > s ;| - t

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A SONG O[?] DAVID ADDR[?]SSKD TO THE MORPETHIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

j r cGono aro the hopos i olic'rWied,' .,!; ' .: '1 í iVí Eiko'sim-kiBsbcVmm ~ v ') '/..Thät'jöü'dn'o lbngbf^boroquimd^1''''' /',' '. ? "¡K^Ppkptwldo'^Öwnüny " a"dto}V;>' y >'» r<; '' ^ j, i ''^Tt'che'crbd riio In my garret; ; J'r-1 **'.. f:"' ' ' \ ',. \ToithirtkHhat,rBhontd,'vrin, '' ;-?' »*. »... ;V j. ¡A smilo írom floklo Fortuno,' -'?'', '?'- " ' 's i ' 'And toúcli tho public'''.'tin." ' ' ' >...»:" -r. - * . ?.-.> .vi (.:; ?? ? . '>'? . . ? i i '*.."'.*Tw*hundred paltry pounds. Äypnr, "' ..?*' :.; j 'J '"'Would bri but payniont light,-' ""'' ". .;'-»;* ' For gentlemen who spoilt so much ? '".?-' ''j About tho "poor man's right." v\lT'' - ' ' i; J .'.' Bul Johnny failed for want of pluck, - V . ; -'(ITo always wanted noi/r,) ? But for Be/r.r Li fa ho would Imvo brought Tho " dodge " boforo tho lfouao. ; '?'Thero'H'bc n day of reckoning yet, ' J'feol convinced ut'Dint,. - J '.'. - AVhen you, dear friends, will ho rolioTod t ' From taking round tho hut. ...

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BRAIDWOOD RACES. (From the Braidwood Dispatch.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

h :> BRAIDWOOD RACES. . {From the Braidwood JDhyatch.) I irThsio racen commenced yesterday ; tho weathor iras .lovely. Mr Dmco neted ns dork of tho course, Mr Holy M starter, nnd Mr Bakor as judge. .? : '.'Fi HST DAT.»-TTJESDAT, MAT 14. _ , ".,-,'. Krsfc Itaco,-Tho'AÍAIDB» PLATE ot^TS.eofï; ^Weight forage. ' l'or all maiden horses'that have never won ri' prizes exceeding twenty pounds atthetimD'ofoiitranco. Ono event'.'li milo.' -w--?>>?:?? . ??. ?.>? Ur E. DaMcntro's b g Inheritor, by Bookworm, ont nf nessy' 71 i . . Bedlam, « im, .'...¡.......Ú...I... .¡..-..;¿.....fJ¿ CutlsJ 1 - J.'P. llylnnd'db ra JiiUnna (lato Vixen :and Ilota May) i . . yr*, ",... (Dempsey) : .P.' Do»oten'» 1)'B Peter Pinn, aged,..;. (P. Danks) S A enpitnl «tart wiis clfocted, but Inheritor at once rushed to tho foro, nnd increasing Iiis lend nt every stride, won pulling double, by eight lengths. Juliann boating Peter;Finn a longway." 3 min. 8 soo.' Sei'oiid llróc-TIM LADIES PURSE of 'IO SOVB. Weig...

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BURRANG0NG RACES. SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY,May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

BTTBEA2ÎG0NG RACES. . "¿i SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY,'Mtv 8. i- , I Jíirat. Baco.-Tho TRADESMEN'S PURSE or 100 sovs ; for nil horses ; : heats, two miles, weight ibr ago ; tho win . ncr of tho Burrangong Town Pluto to- carry 7lbs.. extra. i ? . .?: ? ? . ". Mr. J. C, Mc Alister ns b g Pelham, aged. 1 1 Meharty ns c g Don't you Know, nged..22 . lloblnson's b g Kiarie Cloud, oiled. Second linoo.-ThoTJUAL STAKES of 30 DOV» ; tliroo '?. quarters of o milo ; ono ovent ; for two year olds;. Mr. Moliartyns ch li Troubadour...!. 1 t i J. V. Sanmel'a hg Half Caste. , . C.W. Morgan's br c Romney. i ? ...iv; : ..fia ? Third ltAce.-Tho HACK RACE of 10 sova, with a «weep af two soys caoh added. , Post entry. .. , IJenramot..1 Mc Alister's horse. 2 '"Tniiib DÀivTnurtBDAY, MAT 9. Firat" ItbfiO.-Tho' PuBiJOAN'a PUUSE of J00_ BOTS. ; ¡for all horses ;: three miles; ono event; weight for ¿go- Tho winner of tho Burrangong Town Pinto and * Tradesman's Purso to corry 71bs. cstrn. Mr. Mylccliarnne's ch g Dozy...

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A LAY OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

Dï ÏC7B03. . ,."A iitlio Council-"Their Honors,";gooilaok,:, yfZvcU otThe Président ¿ll gol the sack , g*^., !o- vritliam'i esnmnle, by contrast so grand, v ¿1 ll iueet o responso, far and wide through tba land ? j itmflß honest Members, who would uot succumb,; . £lÍSed tho Land Bill like Ibo duty on rum,, . ;,, ; i unborn, to ail tim2, shall cali "bricks JM£if tho world lasts beyond "'sixty air "-p,,.. . y^letb° ""IIPP01"}' one" (fl**?.:there¡sn'^ádoubt Ei'igot io a fix that he ennnbtget out of. , ; , ; ,. Ändnow we'll tell what Dnlloy did. . And liU Lieutenant, Oakes,. ' ' ',\ When they, wore" sent around tho town' .' To hunt up pliant folks ; " _ Xoánda score or sp oígeiitt^, ' V '', " -. Who!d go without comjmnction;.'. ' : pew;ell up ut.tho Council s.death, , 'AndgÍTe,iMxtr?¿o.imctic|u, >: ', ,'."! '"' The tnskwas hardwoall Must ¿now, e. But stih .'twaj.nobly "dàiàb.T '._".'*" .;; And up were rnarolierl tho Vplúnteor* '.; ,.Iri number .twenty-one. .-".,/,. .. >? ", f,'l_ ...

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ANSWERS T0 CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

ANSV/BRS - T0._ GOBHBSPONDENTS. J. P. «., Tu5ntT.-Ji.AinitV«-,'i»h^ ii; i:nn;ctr.t.iry lo do >n M future meeting*. Por Instance, n hone. c.i'.kd Kcamp ran Rt Vive Mile . reek ;.he ran next" a» Plover (Inte Scampi nt.CiiiMiical ¡ lie next ran af - 1'lover al Tumut, i.nrt vim. Is ho entitled ta tile prize, having omitted tlie allai Î Ye«. .. ? '- .. . JOB. WY, LAMBING ' FLAT.-^tany thanks'for your lclni) re mnmliroiicc/"' i'MCKKT, H. T. H.-The wilie liall aeon» to D, who conse ciucntly wins. . OIUCKHTKR.-Another man cannot le substituted; exceptât a fieldsman. J. H., IlATIIUnST.-Hunnln? Hein came In first. Thc Derby course ii exactly one mile and a hair. Snowden rode St. Altan» for thc Leger last year. A. M.-Wc cannot answer your question. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

(1 ENTLEHEN favouring us wiíh ordors for tili« X tTournnl wül be pleased to enclose tba noeessary ndvaneo for RIX months.Biihieription, viz 13s, or u .JEl, noto which will'co vo>' three quarters of the year. - - . ' - NOTIÇTJÎ.^-Sùbscribors in Windsor , and its neigh ? boxirlVodd aro rcquestod'to obaorvo'thnt our agent, Mr.TAMES'T; ROWTITOEN', has moved his résidence to Macquarie Street, Windsor, near tho FannerV. Hoirie Hotel) where thoy will plfenso nnplv in "uitiirn for their papers. ? ' - .'PICKERING- and NICHOLS; . Sydney, ll May, 1861. " A ; ' . ' ??'?'"-.-.?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

A mo»t affecting incident mya tho Hobart Town Ad "rli'er, m conniption will» tho- lalo GJcorgo "William Ilainitlon, nml ono deserving of record, has occurred. Immediately nfW his death,nletter vynsreceived directed1 to him from his wife's mother, which appears to bo nu on-'; Tcr to ono «Titten by him, nnd in'winch ho onclosod rc mitlunccü in cash for their use,and nt thesamo time wroto «* hin wife's nister to como out I o this colony. Tho' T" informs him that thc r'hler will ahorlly start for this place, wlmro I h ay hoped a hanrly reception awaited at (ho mme (imo ciinlosing n Ibbie lo him as a small Men Cir his multilodo ol' Kindnesses. Ft-is expected tue tull- rrfurnvl to »-ill arrive in Melbourne cn route for IIni,nrt Town. "Wo cnn of courso autieipulo tho piirk cijo will rewire lit. tho heiirl-brnaUing inlelligonoo l'oing eominunientud to . hor of lier unfortunnto Bister's lila This is-.only ono of mniiy nilectiug incident? in' coniltclion with ihialoto unfortunate individual's...

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NEW APPOINTMENT. "You are welcome, take your place" Merchant of Venice. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

"KEf .'A'PP O INT lE NT, , ~ '"" You aro wolcduio, toko your pince-". '.' " ' ' ? -îlerchant of Venice. OSE day last week, whilo tho publicans w'oro waiting.a( tho Central Foitco Office withthoir sureties to enter into their bond9,,Üio olinir was taken, in tbo nbsenco of other Justices, by \Vn<e>¿É, an aboriginal, whoso appearance wis rrrosted by prolongod nrid enthusiastic cheering. Soino nttributo WIKO-LB'B appointment to a judicious move on tho part of: Mr. Cowper to conciliaip Mr. Itiehard DriTor,'by ndvsnoing tho interests of tho KATIVIS purry; others to a ritte of tho same vorsatilo gentleman, with» view to divort Mri Buchanan's nttontion from Ciptnin Scott :'. whatever tho 'motivo, tho' publie hoártily testified, on this occasion, to tho oxpedionoy ol'nppoiiil «(5 a second Polico;Mngistrato.' Mr. WINOXJÎ was understood to soy that he;truslod they would " mialiko him not for his complexion ;" that in amuuiiig ofllco it was his "intention' in no wiso to tros pus o...

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C R I C K E T. M AT C[?] TO COME. 24th May, Zingara C. C. v. Glebe C. C., Darlinghu[?]t. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

, ; ¿. C B I C K!E T. . .' M AT bil ;ajo;.'0;o»ts. .... : 34th Muy, Zíngara C. C. v. Globe C. C.; Jtarllnghunt.' .-Thé season is now rapidly drawing to a close, andytlib wootbor has bccomo so cold,' à» to rondof ;criokcfc riftich moro of a labor than a pleasure. Tho'sfatpOf^hô groun d in tho Domain, also is diametrically opposed 'tb^-nnything liko good play;'1'"With rognrd to" tho', Olinllengo Cup, wo think wo moy snfoly say .thiit rib furtlier^contest will tako jilnoo;for it tins season : anti'for tho fbllowing, tb us, very siiflluioht vensons. ' In giving tho bandsoino trophy to, bo played for, Mr Leigh was inUiionccdbyn .'desire io raiso t ho standard ol'cricket, und ho very proporly thinks that th J present is'too Into a period of tho season lp allow of nuy chili, oithor bringing their bb,Bt.:toam into tho'fleld, or exhibiting tho science they pbssoss to tho greatest od-' vantage., ,. . h ; . .... ; ".'it And now a word for tba olinllengo put forth hy tho Na- tional Chm, which a...

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SULLIVAN'S BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

! SULLIVAN'S BENEFIT. On Thursday evening, the littlo light-weight champion asked Iiis friends to rally round him, at. Tho Lyceum ; and we were glad to seo that they responded well to thc call. Bosos, Bit, and Gallery wera each well filled, tho company being of a highly rospeotablp character! mid tho proe codings -were conducted throughout in a far moro orderly manlier thith is nt!nll usunltttsuch gatherings. Nor was the Theatre ungrnccd by tho presence of '"lovoly wo- man," (albeit the oxhibitiou had but few attractions for "the Indies") and crinoline rfítí-form n portion ol' tho "fixings." On the stngo and.behind tho Boones were assomblcd ii goodly.show of.tho ' cognoscenti j" among whom wera conspicuous not' a few mon of considerable influence mid standing j not to speak'of ouo of Sullivan's principal backers, who was loud in his 'praises of" tho' Boy." Stove Hutchinson nbly performed tho nrduous duties of M.O., and universal " second i" and his "make- up," well worthy of tho occ...

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

THEA TRI CALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. THE performances at this Theatre during tho week have boon almost unprecedented both in point of excellence, and its natural fruits-orowded audiences. Tho "bonofltf' 'of Mr. W. H.' Stophens was literally a "bumper,*' this ; . hobab being crOwdod from pit to dome, and presenting* brilliant galaxy of boauty ond fashion. Tho play se- ' looted was "The Sorious Family," in which Sir William Don, as^ Captain Murphy .Maguire-Lally Don, os Mrs. Ormsby Dclmaino-and" Stephens, as Aimnadab Sleek, wero immense Tho .subsequent entertainments wera equally well rendered, and the Comic Local Sketch onti- , tied *' Stephens defends tho Colony," from the pen of C. Winder, Esq., was not only extremely appropriate to tho occasion, but extremoly well written, and, as a matter .of oourso, received with applause. Sir William and Lady' Don have appeared nightly in their most popular .cha- racter's, and tlioir powers of attraction appear to bo in no degrco diminished. This eve...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

'PiiirsiCAi AroOMPi-iBnMTíXTí.-Professor Parlor's adyortisomont will bo found ,in' another placo.- Jie'.hnsi lately added sparring to tho other exercises of his Gym- nasium, and tho art of solf dofenori is . taiiiht .ieciiiHium1 arlen, by Sullivan tho light-woight champion, tba most; nci-oniplishod sparrer in tho Southern Homisphero.'t'.Wo' dropped in oi\ Tuesday and saw tho " Httlo 'un" nt work¡ nt ono end/ofitho commodious room j ? while ut tho othir,' tho^moro stalwart Professor .himself, was deo» in'thc myatórios'of tho foil. To persons anxious io learn-, the' sword oxureiso or tho fislio avt, or both, s'uoh nn oppor- tunity may novor occur again ¡ for nothing that we can" say can add lo Professor Parker's reputation as a master of fenoo, and as a really artistic bo j or Sullivan has cer- tainly no equal in AUstrali»,

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ENGLISH TURF. LATEST BETTING. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE STAKES. 10 to 1 on the field (off). SPENOER PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

ENGLISH -TTJRF. 'IiATÉST BETriNTO-. ÑoBwrÁaiPioNsniBE STAKES. .". IO to 1 on tho «old (off). -. «4p ' -T . SPEXORIl PliATÜ. ' . O -to 1 fcgat Spanish Fly (tk) | 10(1 to'7 ant any other (off) ' : . .-y Cur AND SnntntBAN. . : ..¡I» «»2 wrt-ila** Sheen (tk) I ZO to 1 «rt IndustrinV (tk> 100 io:6-First Lord (tk) 83 to 1 .-Cantab (tk) SOto l -Thunderbolt itu) |i" tyi - MKTBOPOIITAjr,SrAKE3. 10 io ,1 nutt Setts (tk) SO toil -Danae (tk) Sc) to !1 -Calpe (tk) 30 lo ¡I - Simla (tk) 20 to 1 affjt Parmesan (tk) 20 to 1 -r- Styria <tk) . 25 to i -- lvanhoir(tk) 2» to 1--~ Moorhen {tk) > : CHESTER CUP. . 9 lb-Vagst Chara Amini (tk) I SO \o':l agsrsweet Hawthorn 20 te.'1.-^-Butterfly (tk) | . , (tk) -. . ..-'-.'' Two Tno'üSAXD. . , ' : 6 to- V agst Klarlkoir (tk) I ll to I egst. wátador» (fk) I '.° \- niophantus (tk). loo to 8-Russloy (tk & off) 0 to;l -- Sweet Hawthorn J5 to 1-Will o' thc Wisp - ...i-." W ? ". / , :«"0 , DEHUT. 4 to l agst Dundee (tk) I 30 to t «git irat...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

?Muob dissatisfaction has been. excited amongst tho' Volunteers, hy tho promulgation of an absurd regula- tion, that» only cómntiañonod;i'ofilcor8 ruo to npnoor'in uniform nt tho Birth-day Loren. ? Why any distinction" should" bo mode uotwoen the members ofcorps in which'"Jack is aa good as hie jnnslor"'is-difllorilt lo imagine, unless it bo that tho ajipoarnnco of common full privates io vulgar twoed would mar tho (out emembi* al tbs spectacle.

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THE OLD "SQUIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

THE OID "SQUIRE." \ Aä a steeple plinse rider lio hnd.np superior,.and never wes beaton. , At .that period cross-country jOckoyship was but little practised, and Grand Nationals nnd pro- fessionals were unknown. No regulnr, courses were oven laid out; and if a dispute lind to bo settled relativo to tho superiority of a »orso, four milos of tho most intricate country in Leicestershire or Northamptonshire were se looted, and orders givon to the riders morely to go from one point to tho other. Consequently, thero was a greater opportunity for tho display of thoso qualities which aro tho ossontiaht of a stooplo chaso jockey-viz., nervo, nnd knowledge of pneo and of country-than aro afforded in tho events of tho prosent day, which aro rarely ? moro than nn exhibition of tho game of "follow ray lender." Among tho most celebrated of tho matches which he rode was tito ono bctivcon Clinker and Clasher, for 1,000 guineas, mad o while ho and Captain "Ross woro shooting a matoh of pigeons at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

Bell'* tMt in Sydney anti ¡¡perlina Chronicle is panllsfctt! ovary Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will bc recelyetl on pay meat or Six Months In Ailvame, viz., 13s. .Tl« Quarters «na on - the Slst March, 30th June, 30th September, anil 31st December, respectively, al which periods only cnn Subscribers resign, on paying up arrears. Parties subscribing In tho raiddloof a Quarter will only be charged from thedato of their coramencla«.. Adver. tlseinonts must specify in writing on tho face of them the number of insertions, or they will bo continued and charged accordingly. UH countermanded. i AGENTS FOR THISJOVRXAZ. BELL'S LITE m SYDNEY may bc obtained every Saturday at Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South Head Hoad; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Hoad ; Mr Lulle, Parramatta-strcetí Mr Mattos, Ilrlckflold HUI ; Mr Bancroft, Park-street ; Mr Fanscr, George-street South ; Mr Jackson, George-atrcct South ; Mr Lucerda, - Parramatta atreel; M...

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