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

MARRIED.     At Portland Head, Hawkesbury River, by the Rev. Charles Creed, on Thursday the 9th May, Mr James T. Rowthorn, Auc- tioneer of Windsor, to Sophia Jane eldest daughter of Mr John Kirwin, of Portland Head, Hawkesbury River.    

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FULL REPORT OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE OF THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, Heir-apparent to the Peerape of Auonmore, TRIED BEFORE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE MONAHAN, IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN, From Thursday, Feb 21st, to Monday, March 4th, 1861. FIRST DAY. JOHN THKLWALL V. THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

_FULIi SPPPP*,OP.TnB. _^ BXTJRAOEDINAETT- MARRIAGE: CASE 'OF Tirn HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, Meir-apparent lo the Peerage of Avonmore, TUTED BÉFOItE LOBS OHXEF JDSTIOE MONAHAN, IN THE. , COURT 0Ï1 COMMON PLEAS} DUBLIN, tirom-Thurtday, JV*. 2Ut, to Monday, March Uh, 1861. '. FtEST DAY. ' . . .Tonx TuBX.WAt.1. v. THE Hoj.-.-MAMm YEIA-ERTOS. Tuts was ari notion to recover tv (mm of ££59 1?« 3d for boord nnd lodging, nnd necessaries supplied to the defendant's trife nnd hor servant. Tho defendant pleaded that the goods and necessaries wcro not supplied to his ?wife, and this waa tho only îssîîo raised by tiro' plead- ings- .- ?''.-;.'. ?''' .'??; ' . Mr Serjeant Sullivan stated tho caso. 'Tho action, ho Baid, rested on tho woll-sottlod prinoiplo of law, that if a husband turned his wife,out of doors, without cause, ho sent her into tho world os his accredited agent, and ho was responsible for hor reasonable .support. An ordi npry action of this kind- would: be easily disposed ofv But ibis _ ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

S1TDNEY HORSE MARKET. . Mcs«rs, Hurt und Oo.- have ltttlc change to report In thc hör» market,'nothing hut well broken stock ofn Miporlor class ure,sale- able, particularly stylish weight carriers and Rig horses'. Tho major- ity of horses brought to market aro of a very Inferior kind,'large numbers or horses .mostly small and weedy) arc brought to the hainnioroveryweek at the Camperdown salo yards, prices ranging from 2>> shillings lo 20 pounds. . As' the wlnteradvanceVwc anti- cipate more demand for cart stock, and also for stout journey horses. Afr Charles Martyn reports the skies have been very heavy this week owing to the great Influx of country horses. Several large lots of both broken and unbroken stock having arrived, still, how- ever, the supply ofstrong powerful horses is extremely scanty. This continued glut of Inferior horses has prevented' any favorable change taking placo in prices,' while buyers for them arc with dlfllculty ob . tallied on tho oilier bando. Stron...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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POLICE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

-7P O L-l C-Er~ , "THÍT Youífa Mí.ir,.PBO¿ -, THE^CÓUNT ii Y.* '--Thi->. popular song wa* given, .with great effect ,at tlió.O.V.O: on -Tuesday before.a.crowded audience by Mri Robert -G-rant, the' perforaiineo/bciag under tho' iiiuncdiate'pat- ronage or Captain Scott and R. Ronald, Esq.' Tho. incl .dents of Air Grant's version diifer soraewhut from those ofJMr W. H. Stephens, and are ai fallows. ' Bobby, an unsophisticated bumpkin from Campbelltown, arrived iu Sydney on Monday morning, and soon afterwards be- took himself to Bottomley's Templo of Bacchus in Bar- rack-street, being at tho time as "sober ns a:Bishop.", Tlioro ho " did" Bass' lío 3, October .browiiig in tripli- cate, and thou repaired lo nu eminent photographer's to huvo his handsome linonmeiits taken for tbo-Hpccwl use I and buuefit of "tho girl he left behind hiuij',! ? onjoyinfj I tho rural, folioity of Campbelltown. Being vastly ploasod with thu appeurunco of himself in miniature, Bobby hast- ened to anotlior g...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

THE TUR F . * THE nc timi events of the"'week '. have Veen both few varal '. unimportant'}' sBraiilwood-'foiining Hie nrincipal- feature,- of-which as-we-were not per- sonally present, we 'can say biit little.- .'-'. . ?? ' - - ' í'/-Oar readers will notice; with pleasure-that the . A. J. 0- haye.lost ho tittie',in' bringing;/out ;their programme for . September ;, and. wc congratulate the . Committee on their activity in the matter. We wish wc could do' so on - any improvements they have made ; 'arid we' had'hoped that the ex- tra impost on winning two' year olds (of which we see neither the justice nor the policy)., wqijldthis time have been left-but of the Maiden-sPlate .con-, dillons j but we are constrained to say that we can trace very few alterations, andthóseevenof novery beneficial or striking character.. We don't like the Tally-ho Stakes a bit, and ,have always ob- jected to "jumping": beingiintroduced at a- legiti- mate race meeting, more especially when; as is the case,h...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE MINISTRY IN A FIX; OR, WHO'S TO BE PRESIDENT OF THE UPPER HOUSE? [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

THE MINISTRY IN A FIX; OK, WHO'S. TO BE - PRESIDENT OF 'THE UPPER HOUSE ? -1 - After the voxntious . disappointment expressed 'on Fridny;.woek by tho twenty 'nominees (who dressed a la d'Orsay) nttondod in tlio Council Chamber to bo sworn in, tlio Premier determined to have everytliing cut'and dry for tho exhibition on Tuesday last,1 so that there : should bo no such thing as fail. A special meeting of the oxecutivo wns convened for tho piirpos'o of determining who should succeed Sir .William Burton as Presidont of tho Council, when it was determined that tho first oiTer should bomndo to Joo Raphael, Esq, tho st awn ch ad- vocate of liboral mcasuros and supporter of tho prcsont ministry, who very politoly rofused tlio honor on the ground that " He did not know what company ho might havo to. mix with." /.Tho second offer was made to Benjamin tTamos, Esq, and was respectfully declined ; Bon observing, that -although ho had tho nssuranco, ability, and other requi- sites appertaining to...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

^KTHÈ SPIEIT OB IBB WEEK; .?'.. The past weale has been an exceedingly dull ' one, and rendered doubly dreary by the absence of those mirth-' . moving reports of senatorial fun, with' which the-p'íiblio" havo been accustomed to while'away many a tedious hour. Businoss his bion without animation, " nothing doing" belüg tho invarinMo reply to queries on Ibo subject. Public curiosity is much excited as to thu course ministers will pursue in tho " crisis" tboy have brought abouti Who aro to bo tho " bravo peers" for lifo ? " Beardmore and Swire, rccontly tried and found guilty of embezzling niouoy of tho Bank of Now South "Wales, at. Maitland, havo been ' sentenced, Beardmore to ono year'simprisonment in Darlinghurst Gaol, and Swire to two years in Parramatta Gaol. In each case hard labor is added. < ; .... ; - Y -Tho foundation of tho Sailors'- Home was laid-on .Tuesday by-Lady Young. ' 'i.A. man named Loveeaey, whilst ia a state of intoxi- cation, fell into tho'water at tho...

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 — 18 May 1861

Tren ACCIDENT TO.SKIM.-ItiBwithdeoprogrctwo linvo this week but littlc.'if 'any, amendment to.record in the state pf poor Snell, who wis so seriously hurt nt tho mcos, nnd has. over since been lying at the Infirmary. .Prom the latest nccounts from tho most authentic sources yes- terday, wo could only gather that ho was then loss con- scious than bo had« been somo days previously, and that in fact, so emull was the perceptible improvement, that his friends and family ontortuin tho greatest fears as . lo his ultimate recovery. "Wo trust wo may next week be enabled to giro botter nccounts. "From a Jockey who was near Snell when thc unfortunate accident happened, n o hear that the innre fell ns. if sho had been shot ; mid ho thinks »ho must li aro crossed her legs,' as nothing was near enough to her to have been the cause of hor stumbl- ing. '..:.-.. TIIB JIEDHOTJENB THOUED..-Lovers of a frist stoppor will have a raro opportunity of gratifying their tóate .tp divy, when Slr Martyn will ...

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 — 18 May 1861

TaiRD AUSXBA.LXAJÍ OHAJttlOíí STAKE o f £600, with à swoop of: £100 ench added, ludf forfeit open to all tua Australian Colonie»; .?<:.> Provided throe br.more hones start, th* second horse ts reçoive £200, und tho third horse £100 out of tho SUi«. ? ' ' .-':!:":.- - A ' . .'. .?>'' '." To bo run for: over tho NEW'TOWJT BACE COURSE in TASflfANTA,. on TUESDAY, tho 3rd ¿IT of DecembcjylSfll.' : .? ' ÍDútancc, three milos. ? ': . _ - : ; Entrios to "bo addressed nnd ' fornmrded ' to 'tho1 SocrO'i arr, Derwont'Hotolj HohartTown, bn-.or bóforó the 1st ot'September, 1801i Forfeits to bo declared ono'inonth Wow tho day of tho race.'' ' . .. ^ v - ^ ii : ,. ~- ". Stone. lbs. . VTeights...-3 yrs. eld ^ ... 7 '; ' O' i » , »'?... ''8' ?' '?. ß ??? 6 » » ... 9 0 6 " " &aged... 0 5 BtEWA¿D3.; ' " "" -. J.,I/. B. Tabart, Esq. . , ; Thomas Field,Esq. John Iiord, Esq.. ? : John Fiold, Esq. . \V. Kearney, Esq _, Jus. Lord, Esq. W. Doddory, Esq.' : Gk A. Kemp, Esq. . S, Blac...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, MAY 18, 1861. POCKET PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

BELL'S -LIFE m SyOMÉV. t, l-iSrDNEY, UAY18, 1861., , .<,..*?. : POCKET PATRIOTISM:. . . IT affords us miiclr'gratification. to find that ministers have, to a certain extent, wisely followed th» disinterested advice - welast wéek, tendered them touching; the! appointment of the " wandering minstrels," who are to sing the praises of tin's "fair and beautiful country1' to the - astonished natives ol " Tlie;.Tight Little island." Tn nc cordancfl with our.jSuggestinn, HEWBY PAKKRS . Esq., ex-M.P. for-; East Sydney, lias been nÓTvi nnted chief't' Qommis,sioner to England for making known to the'Rritish public the' capabilities-and. ' resources of this colony,'! and with; him is asso- ciated \V. B. DALLEY Esq., whose Former de- parture for the mother country caused ? such general consternation, and-plunged into theivery depths of unutterable anguish our extremely sensi- tive and tendér-bearted'Míñister for" Lands who, on that mournful occasion, " wept like a girl."" Our pleasure...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TnB YELVERTON MARRIAGE TRIAI.-Tho intonso in- terest manifested in tho United Kingdom, reciprocated throughout Europe, and equally nt tho Antipodes, ha« induced us to publish this extraordinary trial in ' detail, whick will extend over scvortd consecutive issues of this journal. Our subscribers will do well carefully to pre sorvo their respectivo copies of Belts Life from this dato -inasmuch ns they will pcruso a narrativo of infamy and profligacy, on tho part of ono of tho scions of England's nobility, unparalleled in tho annals of vice and premedi- tated villainy. . Tho comments of a correspondent bf our London contemporary, tho Sunday Times, referring to Mrs. Yelverton, wo append, and unreservedly endorso: " She U without suspicion, as she ls without guile. Sha I« pre- cisely the sort of woman that a damned debauchee would delight to conquer and to spoil; ns lt is the purity and splendour of God's own glory which prompts the devil with Ugh t nnd lies. Sir, hat...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PEGASUS ON THE LATE RANDWICK MEETING To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

j 'PEGASUS OJT THE LATÉRAKBmCTC MEETING I I '. ,\!&JhiiXiiio&-qf'£äli* i$f* in Sydney. , GENTLEMEN,-Although. I cannot felicitntemyselEupon. tho success of my. nttompts nt prophccying tlie'winiiors of .tho race» just comoon', I. still find in tba. creiits of tho mooting, much matter for congratulation ¡ ' and I fancy I can discern tho dawn of a new era in racing, aud of a moro healthy sUte of thiugs for tho Now South "Willes turf. No matter what tho business in hand may be, it is never advantageous to havo tho entire power absolutely vested in any ono man oj;, set of men ; . for tbs want of compet ition- naturally begets innetivity,; "and somotimes leads fo'the misino of arbitrary power" . 'Tho Australioii 'Jockey Club havo until'now held tho reins of racing on t ¡rely in their own. hands, without tho smallest attempt having been made toriui.countor to. them; and I must think that tho fact of their authority liaving been hitherto undisputed, lins caused thourto bohov...

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STEEPLECHASING. BIRMINGHAM.—FEB. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

STEEPLECHASING. BIRMINGHAM. - FEB. 27. The BittMiKQrtAjr'-GfcAN-n ANNTJAI, STEEPER CHASE of 10 sovs each, 3 ft, with 100 added ;. the second to savo his stake, and tho winner to pny 25 sovs towards ox penses ; about three miles «nd a half j 27 Bubs.*-. Mr Tliomas'* Doubtful, by Heron, Pst 101b.;.G. Holman 1 Walker's Heads and Tall*, Dst 31b."Kendall 2 J'Masón's Goldsmith, list.,i"JIr Edwards 0 Harper's Wea Kell, Oat 71b.,.Smith 0 S.'Lucy's Unknown, 9st sib.\Y. White O T. Oolby's Evelyn, Ost.G. Stevena O O. Harry's Shylock, Sst.: .Purser 0 B. Land's Brine, Sst 71b.Nightlnojall 0 Betting : 3 to 1 agst Brine ; '4¡ to 1 agst Doubtful ; 7 to 1 each agst Heads and Tails, Unknown, Evelyn and Goldsmith, and 10 to 1 agst Shylock. Wee Noll declin- ing her hurdles, attracted notico hefore starting;- as did the Uno going of Goldsmith, who, directly tho word was given, dashed oiTat Bcoro, and soon placed a tremendous gap between himself and Unknown' at the head of tho ruck,, in the tail of whioh...

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THE RING. THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 18 May 1861

:v THE BINJ&.\ J " ^' ! ... ; THANKS.'"^ - j? Jolia Sullivan beg8 us to express, liia tlianlcs to, the numerous kind friends who honoured- Iiis' benefit with .thoir presence, on .'Thursday nigljtj/ribt only for } tho. patronage bestowed on him, but also for thu kindness with which thoy aocepted apologies for tho non-appear- ance of some of tito mon whose named appeared in tho programme.

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

"MARRIAGE A IU ITODE.-Ono ovening nbout a, fort- night ngo, tho-Albury tint was iUumiriatol by , bonfire« nnd blazing tor-barrels, and enlivened with, tho- rough music of marrow-bones, cleavers,- tin-pots, and other, instruments. On enquiring tho occasion of theso festi- vities, (says tho Border Past) wo gathered that a .widow somo;forty years of ago, who had buried threo husbands, and was possessed of a largo family of children, hod just boon lod to tho hymeneal altar by a blüshiñg/youth'in his teons. Tho brido wo understand has a son oidor than .the, bridegroom, ' and this undutiful youth threatened to. wollop his now father-in-law, for presuming to enter into _ wodlook with tho widow. Tho soro'nado was kept up till " n late hour, the children of the lady being amongst th» most demonstrative oh tho occasion.

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

Mnlebor v.'Malebor-Polico Court. . Brenan v. Moffat-Supremo Court. ' i -, ¡ To Jortir RYAH BBBNAN, ESQ. Iii compliance with tho award of our rospoctirb counsel, : Sir Willioni Manning and Mr. Isaacs,'to whom 'your notion ngniii9t ino for . defamation was by "niutunl consent" referred,, and in accordance with my own conviction of what is duo to..you, I acknowledge 'that tho statements and romarks to your prejudice which Ï rando iii tho caso bf Mnlebor v. Mnlebor, ns ropoftcd in tho Sydney Morn ¡ny ITeralil of tho 13th April, 18150, and those contained in my lettor of Ibo 27th of Hint month, published in the Herajd of tho following day have, upon full enquiry,' been found to bo unfounded in fact. I bog lo assuro you of my. regret that I was led to muko them by what I under- stood'to bo the purport of tho instructions of my client, , Mulubor, and I trust that Ibis acknowledgment of my orror^may completely roniovo any injurious impressions that my statement may havo occasioned. ."..'.?'...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. < _ Tho roturo of fino weather lias had n sensible effcot ii giving on improved nspoet to business,'which during tin wook hos boon moro animated t lian for som o tim past. ? . ?; '. . ?., ? ? . ? ??' . ,. , .... ..Tho event of tho wook Ima of course boon tho. colo brattan of Her Most Gracious Majesty's forty .s'ecohc birth day, to which" tho customary honours .wore givor with that hearty loyalty and good will, which havo ovoi distinguished Her Majosty's Australian subjects, whosi affection for their Queen is not surpassed in any parto: her wido dominions. ? . . John' Simmons; a sailor, who only arrived in Mel .bourne by tho last trip of tho Donald M'Kay, has boor convicted for . the murdor of a mon named Frankford, and svntonccd to death without nuy hope of morey being extended.': ; . - ' ' Another ncctdout from fire ocourred on Saturday to a woman named Susan Moule, whoso dress, while sitting with her bock to tile firo ignited, and the woman was s...

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THE DERBY OF 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

THE DERBY OP 1861. Tho othor night as I lay asleep Upon my downy bcd, A beauteous fairy I behold, And what do you think sho laid. Oh, kiss mo quick, and sleop my honey, Oh, kiss and list to mo, I'll tell you whens to lay your money, And lucky you shall be. Tho Dorby will turn out a sell. To tiloso who buck Dundoo. ' How this I learnt I may not tell, But listen unto me. Doucalion will run a while, Trained by the careful Day; But soon he'll flag and raise your bile, Tho rubbish counot stay. Kettledrum's bright logs and shining hoofs, Won't do with a rusty coat : That fact alono shows certain proof, There is not a hope for Oates. Then Bombadior, and Rougo Dragon, Don't back, for timo will show, Thoy're not tho nags to lay upon They're not the nags to go. Ono moro romains to tell my tale, . . ,;. ', Tho time to speak is off, , / Back him to win ho will not fail, Tho best horse KlarikofF. ' Thon kiss mo quick, and go my honey,' '...'., Quick kiss mo, and I'll go .' I havo told you how to...

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OH, WILLY WE SHALL MISS YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

OH, WILLY WE SHALL MISS YOTJ. Oh, Willy wo BIIOII miss you, When you aro far away, Tho girls all think, dear Willy, That you had bottor »tay. They Bay that you oro going To court tho London bolles,. . But at that thought sweet Willy, With rage oaeh bosom swells 1 Oh, Willy how we roissod you, When you went homo before, How many weeping eyes you left, Your absence to doploro. Wo really in our anguish thought ' . Tho time would novor como, That we Bhould hnvo tho joy onco mor* To wolcomo Willy homo. Oh, Willy wo shall miss you, . .At halls, and at the play, : When you wore ovor presont, Tho gayest of tho goy. Tío person in tho nw.y danoo Xiko you shall we o'er find None over to our little wants < So tender and so kind. And when wo'ro toasted, Willy, Tn humpers bright and clear, - Who for " tho ladies " then wilt speak Xiko you our Champion dear P { Wo cannot Bparo you, Willy, I What need hnro you to roam P You surely have enough to do To mind tho girls-at homo. I But pooplo...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

SP O RT IM G CH R ON I CLE. ---oo BA OE s 'J.' O O O lt E. ' ;... iranian*"..?'.June 4th> äth' and. S5h" ñSnck'» i'úinV.Jun. Uih. »ib. and¿Ut DruiUMlou.'..July 2nd, Std, and 4th. iSÄ t»Äi ...-:.........S.,'. Uih, UU.,H»aUth. QDliENSIAND. ; Q'tceiMland champion Sweepstake".May 20ih.', .' , '- '.. Nortli Australian .Meetlu«, fowled.jHne*ih, Mn »nd otp. Rocklmmimin.¡«.Juno i8tli, 19th,.«m« M h. Oajnilott ,.Juno îilh, SOth, »nd Nita. ' TABStAJiti. Third Australian Champion Stake» .December 8rd.

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