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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

TO PRINTERS AND OTHBRS. ÍpiVE or SIX HUNDRED POUNDS good second ' hand BR KVIER. To be sold cheap for CASH. Ajply at tho oflloe of this paper. - - _ QPLENDID COLORED ENGRAVINGS. OP O " ZOE," with pedigree and performances, on board for framing, to bo hud at thia ellice ; prioo Cs. Com- mission allowed to Country agents and Stationers. NOW PUBLISHED, by tho Proprietary of "BELL'S LIFE IN .8 Y-D KEÏ," Excursively Authorised by THE AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. THE RULES ANO REGULATIONS Of the AUSTRALIAN JOCK EY CLUB, Aa RHVIBED A^Ü CosnnjiED. MESSRS PICKERING and NICHOLS only are uuthoriscd to publish those Rulos. No other pub- lication can bo relied on. (Signod) , S. 0. BURT Hon. Sec. A. J. C. Orders from Stewards of Ra»es nnd Country Agents will receive prompt attention. Jiell's Life Olllcc, 2£6 Castlcrcagh-strcct. BELL'S SPOUTS Oil' TUE ITEL». KOW EEABY, . . ."PHE NEW BULES of CRICKET and PIGEON JL SHOOTING, itt pamphlet form, and will bo for warded by post on receipt of ordor. PICKERING...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIDWOOD RACES. (From the Observer.) SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

BRAIDWOOD EAOES; (From the Oiaerver.J SECOND:DAT. WEDNESDAY. Pirat Baoo.-Hr/BBiB RAOE of 40 MTS S three tirneai r oun d -. tho COUTBO, . and over nino leaps, about threo foot nino inches in height. Weight, Homebush welter' weights; Ur. Canvin'o b g Stumpy, "ojed (Drittle) ... .'.".viv.';.'.. 1 > J. F. Hyland'* c g Slow Tom, a ¡ed.......v..... 3 Doolan'» gm Highland Mary, 5 yen». S Second Race.-DISTRICT PUBSB of 50 sovs., for all horses, the bona fide property of residents in tho district for, ' throe months previous to tho raco. Woight'for age. Hoots, twice roundi Slr. J. P. Hyland'* b tn Juliana, S yrs.7......1 1 D. Rlchardion'a b g Lon ilcei, ajed. S 2 W. Htckcy'i g g Ilareboncs, aged. 3 dr Barrett'« b g Cromarty, Í yr» .??.;. 4 0 Third Race.-KAOK .RACB of 20 sovs. Heats, once "round. Weight, lOst. Tha winnor to bo sold by . Quotion for £20 ; any surplus to go to the funds. Ur. T. Maher** b m Lucy.. 1 0 1 : Byrnes'« b m L'Eclair . S, 13 E. Flanagan's g ir Derbla . 4 2 3 Fell's ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

THEATRIC ALS. , ROYAL VICTORIA.1 Tho groat card of tho woek, and, in our opinion, cond to nono plnyod during tito engagement of the "Ultu triouB Btars," viz., tho drama" of " Colleen Bown," will b* repeated this orening i and the care and skill displayed in its production, combinod with tho judiciousness of th» cast, will doubtless keep it prominently before the publi» for some timo to como. "Wo cannot, in this present issue, find space to eulogia* each individual performer; but tho "Beautiful Gul" . found a most winning, and graceful roprosontativo ia hor ladyship' ; while tho Hibernian naivete of "Anne Chuto" was exquisitely rendered by Miss Fanny Morgan j and wt again bog to congratulate this young lady upon: her rapid advancement in har profession, in which we augur that at no distant day BIIO will conspicuously shine. Her roparteo with Misthur ? Daly was immense. Th» "Mrs Cregnn" of Mrs Jones, was a dignified and spirited impersonation, and sho looked tho proud mother of Hardre...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF IN VICTORIA. (From Bell's Life in Victoria.) VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

THE TUBF HT "VICTORIA. ? (From BelVi IAJa in Victoria.) VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION'ROOMS. During tho past fortnight aororal horses hovo bcon bocked for tho Holbourne Cup, tho most in demand at present being Mr Zuillo's filly Stnvournoon. The Two Thousand Ouinoas is not much betted on at prosont, nor will it' bo, wo think, until spring conics round and tho horses bogin to show their form. Wa append tho returns ot business actually dono. ' ' TWO THOOBAUD 0ÜIHBA8. < y .? loo ta lt agst Eaglo Hawk (tk) | Soo to ie «gat Socundui (tk) : ' MBLBOtUtl CUP. loo to J iget Mavourneen (tk , 1 freely) 1Ü0 to Í .. Flying Buck (tk) .-- to Í Medora (tk) I0O to 5 agit Archer (tk; 100 to 4 11 Si-Jamel (tk) I0O to 4 " .Ether (tk) 10O to 4 " Sorcerer (tk)

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

THB BENIOIA BOT.-Tho "Benioia Boy," wa» ar- rested in New York by n Buffalo officer, for,liaring acted as Bccond to Trico in tho I'rico and Kelly fight, willoh took placo at Bong Point, in October, 1859. Tho cai» was tried, ' Keenan pleaded guilty to tho charge, and, as the other participants in tho fight woro not xoulctod ia very largo saint, " tho Boy" got off on a fine of SOO dol lars. Tide ho paid from a wallet, in which there wer« several moro ot the áamo kind, and walked out of th« court.-Belfast Morning Netos.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

To thei Editors of MelVtLife in Sydney. ;. ' DBAW "BELL,"-You will much oblige mo by afford- ing room' for tho folio wing few lines. I havo béon somo weoka quietly-watching tho proceedings of .our. Jockoy Clubland reading regularly the accounts of thomas given by you and your correspondent " Pegasus" ; but I fail to discover that BO much blame attaches to that body as your popor would imply. . I may remark that I have neither friends nor foes on tho Committoo, that I caro not whether they or J'Tattersalls," toko tho leading po- sition, and that I am'thorforo what is gonorally called an impartial witnosB. I.don't mean to trespass long on your time, and i only want to moko o littlo attempt at sotting tho Jockey Club right with tho publie, so far asl think they doservo it! My attention was called to soma letters abouttlioRacoCourao, whiohono "Argus" wrotoin tho Empire, though what that thing (gigantic os it is) had to do with tho matter no ono can teU, and I don't hesitate much to soy ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

A-SeWEÄS TO CORRESPOSTOEKTS. REMITTANCES RRGlilVKn from W. Kiv-namjendarer J.. 0., Onlln.irtuont Mr G., Wellingrove j J.sB,,ill)lUdu\ls|'ond'from H irtley »Kent. . v "v.'sv^*" . *~ J. P.-Reward ran 100yard» tn . Moondi. **>*.? ... /' A. fl., T-RRANNA.-Many thank». ; f ' T. S. HILLIARDS,-Tho utrlker accidentally knocking the white liallotTthuublp without touching another ball; hil alveraary Kcoro«^ but IflUio dono dcelgnedly (of which themarkermuat tv. II. K" (STONEY CREEK.-Your telegram wo ore unable to comprehend.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

C^tENTLEMEN favouring us with orders for thia T Journal will bo pleased to euoloso tho necessary nd vance for six months subscription, rix 19s, or a £1 nnte which will cover three quarters of tho year. » r ? ? -. .-? NOTICE.-Subscribers in Windsor and its naigh bourhood are raquosted to obsorve that our agent, Mr JAMES T. ROWTHORN.-has rooved^his rcsidonce to Macquario Street, Windsor, near tho Enrmors', Homo Hotel j whore thoy will ploaso apply in futuro for 'their papers. PICKERING- arid NICHOLS. Sydnoy, ll May, 186i; i ;t . J<

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

THE PEINCE OF! WALES AT PENNYTOWN. " Hore wo aro at last !" said a young man, ns ho on torod tho privato parlour bf tho " Hod Lion," the host, because tho only tavern of Pcnnytown. " Now for a real holiday-throo or four days all to myself-for I sup- pose you must go back tb rejoin tho old folks." The eompaniou of the speaker, another lad, for neither of the youngsters had seen his nineteenth birthday, laughed as ho replied; ' ' I must return ¡ somebody-no names montioncd expects mo ; and, besides, I dont want to bo implicated in tho fuss when you are among tho missing. .When do you join us ?" " Oh, I will meet you nt St. Louis this day wook. 1 must not be gone too long, or my august mother will have a fover. What would sho say if she know that hor. son and hoir had departed from thocourso so ably planned for him, and was taking a wook's shooting and fishing at Ponnytown (didn't thoconductorsay that was tho uainoof tho. pince ?) instead of---" " Hush ! walls have ears, What namo shal...

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

îilK EXODUS OJT MR. PARKES.. . "t'ï ly afraid that the rooolloction of the popular *=|S'-'U to tho Cliicf CommisBÎouor when embork 4*;-* ITOMJI» Wonga, on Tuesday, and tho very *'?' 'murmurs" with which his tympanum waa H« ll not provo particularly ofllcaoiouii in allaying .V;-1 nof'coiiflcionco and sen-sleknoBS whiob tlioor R ;; eatleman has no doubt enjoyed oro this. It " howovor to know that wlmtcvor want of *y,'"w manifested for the Exiloof Sydnoy by the i V iras limply compensated for iu tho saloon of x'r' üy a Beioet committoo of "choice spirits" ?M-uMinbled to take''. a last fond look" at tho uí*! "patriot" who has BO chivalrously uudcr 1 '' -important mission" of swelling tho "tido" of JJ» 1 destitution that now flows through tho land. *'? C4,,le sounds that wore wafted on t ho breeze, adjournment to tho comparative tranquillity !,''''lni a muttor of "Hobson s choioe," so to tho ? '.' Ititin juished porty olfrcted a retreat in admi Our gallant friond " Oaptnin" Ifarboltlo jp...

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 — 25 May 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE VOLUNTEEB VEXATION.-Tho old maxim that "out of nothing comesnothing" does not certainly ap- ply in this colony, for out of tho veriest molohUl aro raised mountains that tower to tho very Andes of absurdity. Th« regulation restricting tho appearance of tho Volunteer uniform, nt the levee yesterday to commissioned officer* only, although a moro molehill in itself, hos boen in- dustriously formed iuto a mountain by a host of corres- pondents who havo for days past mercilessly leviod upon the columna of tho Herald, and ventilated their soveral opinions in letters, combining evory stylo and variety of composition, good, bad, and indifferent. One writer who belongs to " a public body," and has therefore th* "privilego of being introduced before tho'general publie are admitted," seriously snubs tho remonstrant volun- teers for their presumption in supposing that the uniform of "a full private" could, under any circumstances, ba tolerated on such an occasion, and ann...

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THE VICTORIAN RING. (From Bell's Life in Victoria) Slashing Fight Between NED WHITE and BILL ECCLESON, for £ 200. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

THE VICTORIAN BINO. : '{Fron SeWt Ziftin Victoria). _ , ; . . Slashiner Fi^ht 'Between NED WHITE and ; - BELL ECCLESON, for ¿6200. This exciting mill carno off niter much difficulty, in tho Costiomatae district. At about'devon o'clock the men1 appeared nt tho scratoly White- attondod by Bill Kiley and Ben.Coqpor,(whilo Northumberland Bul and Jack Birch- waited on Kccleson, and all was soon in readiness for' i - v , . ? î ' ', ;.; .:;.; "y TJXE FIGHT. . . ' -, Round -1. It' ia (impossible- to describe tho _intense onxioty.with whichjtho apootatbra regarded', tho mon, as' they, approached tho'scratch in fighting cóBtumo;-which,' in tact, is scarcely any costuma at all. Tho short timo which olapsed beforo the first dolivory of a blow afforded au' opportunity of scanning thb.'áppóáíaiico of' tho com-' .bâtants, and contrasting thoirt'point3Í- ' From tho hips downward Eculoson is built UKO a Hercules. ' In his arms and. Shoulders: ho is > lathy rathol* than .muscular ; ho had o surpri...

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

T H k TURF. :THB-finish of Braidwood is the only./racing we have lo record. An account pf the running will he-found below ; but we-believe the scenes on the course, as "well as when the settling took place, baffle all description. The local press" speak in very small terms of the official "arrangements, ahd,fri>iri what we have heard privately we have à strong idea that until the. people of the district con be' properly kept in order by the ste wards, the races ought" to be confined to district horses; sb that a comfortable f free fight" would settle any difference. One thing is certain, namely, that it will be a long day before any real sportsman Vén tures the life of himself, his jockey, or,his horse, on the Braidwood course. Further than this we have only to say that Mr De Mcstre won four races (all he. started for)'and would have been credited with even more had he chosen to risk the consequences of, winning-a. sad state of thingst indeed 1 " On Tuesday, " Mormon" left us for...

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A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

,' ; A. LOOK INTO. THE ÉüTÜEE. To the Editors oj XeWeZlfein Sydney. OBSTLBMBM-,-"We lind our Metropolitan 'Autumn Meeting ¡.»Braidwood is ovor'i Tho Queensland' Cham- pion itiico and Maitland ara in imrocdiato ,pro»poi'l j und ive liave before us tho Ai J. O.^prograinme .l'or Sop tomber ; wherefore^ it appears to .'mu., that; offew words trioy ba profitably expended upon , what'is'to como, and tho likelihood-'thora ia of. BUCOOSJ , for tho futuro of our I : turf," I liayo b'eohi watching Australian racing with con- siderable'iiiterost fpr many.years,-.bul.ot nu limo havo I j BSÍU BO'mueh caiwe for auxiety ou oacouut' of tho sport we loTe,-»a stnros ui'o ù\ tlio frico nt thia timo, Mid in thu lAnw^rVoV}^à\ot\%a'tw'yomà'Kiyir' South Wales, ns iv racing oplpnr, hasilioen^locliniug,- -wJiilo' its ,'iioißhbours-; h»7o : mada rapid strides ahead ; 'airti just nów^matterá . havo arrived at that point wheró «'-turn muy bo hoped for, nay, oven expected. To say Ilia truth1' further ro* trogro...

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FULL REPORT OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE,CASE. OF THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, FIRST DAY"., JOHN THELWALL v.THE HON, MAJOR YELVERTON (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

rUIiL REPORT OF T1IÍÜ EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE ,CA8E . OB T1IB: ; - HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, JTeir-qpnorent to the Peerage of Avonmore,' . TRIES BEFOHK .H.; 1.0BJ} CHIEF JUSTICE MON&H&N, IN Tire . [COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN, ' From Thursday, Feb. 2\st, to Monday, March 4<A, 1801. FIRST DAY". , Jons IBXVWUUU V. THE Hoir, MA JOE'.TEXTSBTÓK.' (Continued from our last.) "If you do feel nny love for mo, yon must elimino thnt resolution. If I tlevmrl tins' lifo, yon f may speak, or if you do, you may Imvo ii leaner of tho feet« ; bur, whil.*l wo both livo, you must, trieft ino ami I must trust you. ¡ When I find my trust misplaced, if you have any nirce I tion for mo, I do not envy you tho futuro-your duty 1 lies this way, not (lint. I hnve now said my say, do ns 1 you will. If you wish, to be my dearest little Tcioi j tooi again, write quick mid say so, and I'll try and bring you such a lot of bon-bons, I do not feel at all certain j of getting away boforo Satur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

R OY* A JJ VI O TORI A THE ATRE.; Tho Last week but Throo of SIB "WILLIAM AND LADY DON. Production of tho Great Irish Drama tho OOLL'EEN BAWN. "' ' Now creating so much' sensation in England. ; - i. -'Thisi EVENING-,. BATHED AY, Tho new and Sploiidid Drama, (in 3 acts) by Dion - ? Bouroicault, Esquire, entitled, O' O L L E E N " B A W N i - or, tho > . . . BltlDBS' OF GiSBIOWH. New Scenery, Effects, and Mechanical Contrivances, by Messrs. Habbo and Wallace. Tho picco produced nuder tho Direotion of Sir WILLIAM DON, from a Copy of tho Original M.S.S. Mylos-na-Coppuleou.SIR WILLIAM DON. Tho Colleen Bown.-..........LADY DON. In which character hor Ladyship will sing in Act 1st '-' Cushla Maohreo," and in Act 2nd " Tho Last Rose of Summon" To conclude with T H E B E G'G' A R'S OPERA! CAPTAIN MACHE ATTI (with all the Musio) LADY DON. 453 Department of Public Works, Sydney, 17th May, .1861. TENDERS FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND ? SUPPLIES. TENDERS aro invited for tho following PUBLIO WORKS AND ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

ORD AUSTRALIAN- OEAMPION STAKE of £500, mtli » sweep of £100 cual» added, half forfeit to all the Aiialrali.in Colonies, oridcil three or moro horses sturt, thu socond horse «ciro £200, and tho third horso £100 out of tho bo run for over thu SEW TOWN HACE , USE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho- 3rd if December, 1801. , , . rtance, thrco milcB. .. ... itrios to be nd<lre3i¡od and. forwardest to tho Secro Dorwont Hotol, Hobart Tomi, on or before tile lat ¡ptomber, V\ßl. Forfeits to bu declared ono month * tho tiny of tho race.. ?'" », . ? Stono. lbâ. ?Weights... 3 yrs. old ,. . _7 O 4 " , ; ... 8 0 Ö " " ... . 9 o G " "Anged... 9 6 BTEWAIUJS. ' 1 J. I. B. Tnbart, Esq: I ? Thomas Field, Esq. I John lord, Esq. I John Field, Esq. W. Kearney, Etiq .[ - Jas.-Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Hiaq. f. | - O. A. Kemp, Esq. . S. Blackwell; Esq. »act with Stewards to be appointed by each of'tho nie*. ' J. W. GRAVES, ! Knn. Snr. RANDWICK: SEPTEMBER;,MEETING-.; , ) como of THURSDAY, FIIIDAT, and SAT...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, MAY 25, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 25 May 1861

DELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. 3TDy-ET, MÁTZ5¡ ÍB0Í. '] , ' THB report of the Parliamentary Committee on the state of the penal establishments In the metro- politan county, is a document at' which the Go- vernment might well blush-were its members capable of betraying such .weakness.' «The loath- some and filthy details given or the condition of thc?se. receptacles of vice," "have produced feelings of unmitigated disgust in the minds,of .all who are imbued with the most ordinary - sentiments of humanity. In all of these establishments save one, that at Parramatta, the Committee found their management characterized'by the most in- veterate imbecility, and corruption. The officials appeared wholly incapable of either maintaining order, or enforcing discipline, whilst the filthy and ?verminous condition of the buildings, and their w retched inmates, afforded unmistakeable evidence of the gross neglect of their duties by the well paid public servants to whom their eire had'been -entrusted. Even...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

SYDNEY MARKETS, FBIDAV. WHOLmULB PillOHB. WHEAT. Ss lid to 7s nd per bmhel: dour, £11) to £20 por ton: new maize, 4a Od to 4i S-i; old do, o«8d mba; Knulliti barley, tia Od to lUa : cape 'du 0«' per bushel; hay, oaleu, £9¡ lucerno, £3. IO» lo £4 per ton ; butter, ls : cheese, 6d tn OJ ; bacon 8d to Dd per lo i Kui« ls 61 to 2e Od »or iloxen : rowle, i» Gd't>.3e Od per couple: potatoes, £s los £810 per lon: fal pim-ia per (wund; beer,4Uai mutton, S3 per cwt ; UMoa. 6» to 17» ; tobacco, la 2d to la 6d per tb1 best quality. Lucerne aced 1« d per lb, remit a« ; perennial red clover, ditto ditto; while Ihnen. 2s 6d per lb; »tallon and mlxol nt awes, 2s Gd per lb, aorztmm »avcluratum, 6d per lb ; seed oats 3a Od to 4». per bushel. - ' KlSltUI-) AMD SON, Commission Auents. HAYMARKET PMCK» -Hay, 6» Od to Ba Od t atrnw. 4s Od to ia 0d> wheat, Sa 6.1 to 7a Od ; »al'. 4* 80 to 4e Od; barley. Sa Od to 5a frit cona, £6 I» to £10 la; calve«. u5» te 33K; bark, £S 10a to £0 10a per ton ; creo...

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COME, TELL ME, SAYS ROSA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

COME, TELL ME, SAYS ROSA. .¿'Como, tell, mo,* nays Rosa, as-kissing nnd kiss'd, v Ono day sho rcclin'd o'er my breast,- : . ' Como, tell mo tho numboij ropeat mo tho list, Of tho nymphs youhavo lov'd and caress'd ? VOli, Rosa! 'twas only my fancy that rov'd, ~ Mv heart at the moment was freo ; But I'll tell thee, my girl, how many I've lov'd, And tho number shall finish with theo ! My tutor was Kitty : in infancy wild She taught mo tho way to bo bless'd ; Sho taught mo to lovo her-I lov'd like a child, . But Kitty could fancy tho rest. This lesson of dear but enrapturing lore . I have never forgot, I allow {"''?'? I have had it by roto very ofton bcforo, But nover by heart until now. Pretty Martha was nott, and my soul wos all flame, 1 But my head was so full of romaneo, That I fancied her into lomo chivalry dame. And I was her. knight of tho lnnco !. But Martha was not of this fanciful school; . And sho'd laugh at har poor little knight : While I thought her a goddess, sho thought ...

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