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VICTORIA. JOCKEY CLUB SPRING- MEETING, OCTOBER 1861. TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

VICTORIA. JOCKEY CLUB STRING- MEETING, ¡ . ¿. OCTOBER 1801. . 'TWO (THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES.' Mr. J.'Cotdhum'i tamGreyDa*rnt4 yr»: ' J. Orr'« b li Moscow; 1 yr» ?.' J. Orr'« br o Eaglo>,riume, * yr» . . ... J, Henderson na b e Camdon, 3 yr« T. J. Ilavln'a gr g Fiatcatcher, «ired : v TV J, Iiavln'a b g Flying Duck, J yr» H. Fisher'« bm St'irrhy rotrel, s yr» H. Fisher'» br tn'Midnight, o yr« VT. tang's br h Flying J lb, S yr«, dead W. Lang's b o Secunda», s y» W. C. Yuille'« ch c Eagle Hawk, S yrs ' T, Austin'« br f Battaa, 3 yr« . ., ;. Vf. Hendenonn« b h Billiard, I yr» . Hen.ieraonnaehg Palcon,4yra v J. Oorrlck'» b o'.VdnquUh, 3 ¡rr« ? ,''-' - J, Hcndonun na b h Mormon, a yr«

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 — 13 July 1861

T H E T U RF. FUR Singleton meeting under the auspices ot the Patricks Pinina TurfC'lub, was much 'mor* suc- cessful than we expected, or inileeri had any rea- son to hope. Many good horses showed there ; and some young'un», which are sure' to be satis- factorily heard of again. 'Hie two year olds es- pecially were a remarkably good lot, and made a capital nice doing the mile in Sirrin. Ztec, which, for two-yenr olds with 8st 71b up, we consider more than respectable. Talleyrand was hardly in as good form .as we have seen him, but he won his rares in lu's- usual commanding style, and provetl himself a worthy son of Cossack. . Iiugenif, another Cossack, is destined to figure among the leaders of TON on our . race courses during the coming season. Ben Bolt mnde tallier an unfortunate innings, although he pulled off one stake ; but the endeavor to cut down his field in the Handicap could only be successful with tip top condition to carry it out, against such nags and at such weights as...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE BOW AND THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

f, THE BOW AND TBJB EiriiE; .Hurrah 1 for tho bows our fnthors boro 1 , With, pride for fivo hundred years! ? That iron tho fight of Agincourt, ? . -AtCrOBsy.'and Poictiors. : " Thoir nrms woro strong and thoir shafts -woro leen; i I. . And novor,breathed foreign foonien, ! ' ? f Whoistood uhdisinayod at tho world beside, ? * ! ! . ;._But quailed at thoBntish bowmon. ? : Are pur limbs loss 'Arm? Is our sight less truo? - ' Do our.hcarts ICBB brovoly bcatP ..? .. Could wo brook tho eward of our nativo land - '. To.bo sullied by, hos tilo fcofc ?>.. . , ... Shnllfear of uu alien conqueror .? ,-? Our freeborn souls disgraco ? ? ' . ? ...;SiWha.tthough;our bows bo laid aside, . .'. .. .- Tho riflo sholl take its- placo. ; r Thon .hurrah 1 .for tho British rifles,- ' And-our.gallant volunteers I . ? ?? ? r ¡ n ,. Who. will fight, us well as thou? fathers fought ' , ; ,.: Whonovar a fpo appears. <<?.:?? ? r i , ??; i -, Oo tho;strickon.oxilo who sook our shores, A...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

AN HO*E&T> ? lAlum.-Thoro- may ho aeon;'at tho prosont, tinto, in Alfroton, n placard írom n táflbry who, in railing tho attention of tho piiblio to tho fact that ho intends oominoncing a olothos club, nssures all'who moy favour him* by becoming morilbora; of having *' good charges and a vary modorato: article"

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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EIGHT MORE AS TWELVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

EIGHT MORE AS TWELVE. : A Dutchman leased his lands to ari-oil company,' last spring, on condition of .receiving one-eighth of theToil procured. Tito woll proved to bo a pretty good1 one; and tho farmer bogan to^think that tho od men should give him n better chance, and ventured to tell them so.- They asked him what ho wanted.- . Ho said they ought to givo ono-twelfth.. Tho ngrecment was finally modo, with the understanding that tho Dutchman was riot to tell any ono. All wont smooth until tho next division day carno, j whon our friend was carly on hand, to soo how muóh bet- | ter he would be off under the now bargain. Elovon bar- rels wore rolled to one sido for tho oünutn, and one for him. This did not suit him. ' ' .'How's dish ?"..says ho, "I tink I was to got moro as before. By jinks !.you make mistake"-; ! ' Tho matter was explained to him, that ho formerly got ono barrel of every,eight ; i but it was his own proposi- tion to only toko ono .of ovory. twelve. : This revelation t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRSPONDENCE. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

OEIG-INAIi CORESPONDENCE. ? To ii» .Bâààn'Ù '¿iilfrjtyiJ» 'St/ânty. .: ¡ ßiNiisiiEK.-Curing. « residence ¿f soma jean ir -Now'South'. Wales I bavo uniformly found in your paper a just appreciation of endeavours to promote manly exor- cises ; ' as well as impartial oritioism upon' those offorte which have thnt end in view;'> nnd I therefore- appeal' to .lyon with oonfldonco for'the privilcgo of -inserting the following remarks.. '-'-?'-' ''.' I have lonç beens anxious to lay boforp^tho'publio of Sydnoy,'nnd ? indeed bf. Australia, myYvuiwij^'ùpon tho topics I Bhall mention j but being accustomed to wield heavier weapons, rather than tho ponVï'Îc«Là'iîatiiral dilTI deuce when necessity conpels me to resort to' tho latter. Thu challenge of Mr' Winterbottom, (to which I liavö alrendy replied, and tho torrns"of whieli..I shall bo de- lighted to «coode to, supposing nb filter 'champion to be found for îTow. South'AvnJiis) leaves me no'alternnrivo but to .-irrite fully.tho'raisons whieh...

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BURRANGONG DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

, BURRANGONG-' DIGGINGS. Tho usual weekly armed escort nrrircd in town o Monday ovening with 3234 ozs.13 dwts. 5 grs. gold-tins: As tho excitement caused by tito disturbances of Sunda lo'nnight lind not entirely subsided, washing out. was nc to steadily pursued as it had been during the previou week. . This niay account for the falling off in the quar tity brought down on Monday. It was generally, expected that thoro would bo anothc "roll up" on Sunday lust, and that the mob would pro eeed to Wombat, and probably destroy tho stores c Îersona who had supplied, tho Cliinesa with provisions t is, tliorofore, satisfactory to loam flint- Sunday 'passel away without a disturbance of any kind. Although thi was tho case, it is " tho gbrioral impression of those ro .iiiin» on thdVdiggings that another outbreak will shorty <»Ve plaecj-'nnlcss tho combination is broken up by tin arrest ofItho most conspicuous of tho actors in tho Inti riots. Precautionary measures for tho maintenanc...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

. THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. The naws by the liny mail has furnished ' tho eh attraction of tho wcok, and ts not generally consider very assuring. ' Politics remain dormant, and busim ditto. ' ; '. The contemplated vieit of the Colonial Secretary Melbourne, in référencé lo Bordor Ctutoins, is look npon os a needless publie expenso, unless tho ministoi financial diplomacy is'productivo of bettor fruits in t South'.than wero his attempts to effect a sottlomcnt affairs at Burrangong. .* Tho tweed factory of tho Messrs Raynor ot Eh Plains, near Ponrith, lins boon destroyed by fire. Lc .itimatod nt 11.10,000, insured for D.l.oOO. Isaac Murray, of Union-street, expirod suddenly i Sunday last. Deceased had . been ailing for some tir prior to hi» death. Kr S. D. Gordon lins accepted a scat in theXogislàti Council. ? ' The residence of tho Rev. Mr M'Culloch, of Atralto Haitland, has been destroyed by. fire. A man named John Goff died on Saturday evening his end boing accelerated by intemperance...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JULY IS, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

BELLAS LIFE IM 8YPMEY. SYDNEY, JULY IS, 1861. ' * ."Tn* 1-ngth to rvhieh Legislative folly may be car. .¿'ried,, has just been curiously exemplified by the 'Queensland Parliament which, in the plenitude ofits wisdom, seriously entertained an A et, haying forits ?object the '.'gagging" of the Press. Hitherto we have ( ? regarded the proceedings of the Northern Senate , with sentiments of admiration, not unmixed with -astonishment, at the large amount oí energy and '"."Rood sense manifested by.its' members; and we ' are therefore sorry to find them tarnishing the laurels they have honorably won, by an attempt . . as futile ns ¡t is certainly ludicrous. ' Success is .?;. a powerful stimulant, and,notunfrequently, unles ? ^ used'with prudence, produces upon these who . achieve it, effects quite as grotesque'as those re ' j saltmg from other sources of excitement. The ; triumphs which the Legislators of Queensland - have gained,in the senatorial field have evidently overpowered their sob...

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POETIC DESCRIPTION OF A SNEEZE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

' .' f/Wliot n möniont! trWliat a'doubt'!ro ?'? .'- AU my nose, inaido mid ovtt-¿- t's ' rr ,? All my thrilling;.tickling; caustic' " .< , Pyramid rhinocerostic- r . Wants to sneezo, and cannot do it. > -.. Now it yearns me, thrills mo, stings mo . -Now with rapturous torment wrings me .> < Now tays, " Sneeze, you fool get.through it," Shoo-shea-Oh!:'tis most del-ishi-i" - Islii-ishi-moat del-ishi - (Hong it i I shall sneeze fill-Spring:) Billill a a most delicious thing. . ENMBTintNT 'ExTnAonnÍKAW¡ ONLY, Wi .DON'S BELIEVE IT-Tho other day sévoral Sappers and Minar* rvéro passing n oertain gentleman's mansion not far from Airdrie; ' when one of them.'stepped , off tim road and took up a turnip from tho field. Tho ".laird"-"an angry mnn was ho"-having observed tho; act,'hurried freon tho house and commanded the soldior to relinquish his booty, sharplv. rebuking him . for his trespass, ; Th« soldier civilly asked tho irate gentleman if ho would put a price ...

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[?] AND FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

0xM ÎÔHOIiY AND.FATAIJOCCIDENT. 'V*'Ôn*Twïânynftornoon thorooccurred in 'Ipswich on» of tho most serious acoidoiits whioh it lins been our lot to record. Mr. A. Hiokoy,- ' of.'tho' ' Hunter Hiver, was proceeding from Ipswich" to inspect a stotion in tho in torior, (Jingi Jingi). Ho starked from tho Clarendon Hotol.about thrco o'clock in tho afternoon, in an Ameri- can buggy, or waggon, drawn by two nowly brokon-ia horses, which Mr , Hickey lind just purchased through Messrs Fattorini .and Co. Mrs Hiokoy, with her infant, (about four months old, and » servant girl, accompanied 5tr Hiokoy. They liad only prooseded a short distance out of town ^hon Mr Hickey observad something wrong with tho harness, and turnad book to have it re- paired, As Boon aa tho horses heads were turned to- wards homo thoy commenced to gallop furiously, : thoir pace being accelerated by tho sloping cround, ai thoy got into tito eentro of tho town ; Mr Hickey en- deavoured- to koop the -horse* straight down Bris...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

A DiPíiooijTy wiTÍr*¡Hóora.-^Tlio following is r& luted ns huving ocoiu-red nt Chicago 'during Ilia ; mooni convention hold there :-Two' fashionable yüiing ludios 'from Now York, with u.'profusion of skirts lind un im- mensity of hoops, desired to enjoy a bird's-eyo'view sf tho city, and wore for tluit purpose conducted by «oma gnllunt gentlemen to the roof nf u high building. When they reached the ladder leading to tho small snuttlo 'liulo, it becaino dosirable, of course, for thu gentlemen to ascend liest. This they did, and taking tho hands of tho young ladies ns thoy inado their appearance throttgU tho souttlc, handed, or rather, drugged them on thu ¡roof. As they rosa through tliQ-Brnall opening their hoopB, from tho waist down, beeamo moro'and moro depressed; requiring no little effort to pull them through ; I but suddenly tho feat wns accomplished, and ' tho hoops, -bursting forth from the Bcuttlo-Iiole, once moro, ex: punded into tho original rotundity. After ' enjoy...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

'* .' L^OC^^IIMP Eli £ï?ffE N C E. PnOrEflSOR PAUTÍSTt ' A*B Mil .WlSTEItUOTTOlf,_Ai- li Into liour Inst evening wo received an intimation from Mr O'Brien of TnUersall'i .hotel', tim« lie, lind received from Professor Parker tb© Biirri of L.10 ns a first dcpoiit in acceptance of Mr Winlerbottom's challenge to play him for -L.100 aside, on tho same terms upon which h, liolds tho ehnmpionship ; mid that tho snid depoiit is now required to bo covered by tho ehnllengcr. J*tttsorpi.E AXD PniNciPAL.-In n> most amusing speecli delivered to the sixty Patrick's Plninor« who attended his election, Mr Jchoshnpliot Harpur related thu following anecdote ¡Ilustrativo of t lint " liberal policy" beneath whioli wo oro all so hnppily Uonrishing --"Be toro ha left Sydney, he lind 'a conference with Mr Robertson-tho only member of tho Government with whom hu was on intimate tmns ; and thoy; wore speaking of his (Afr Harpur'a) candidature"-Mr Roberton ro marked to him " vole for us, {/"yon ¿rr» on p...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

AGENTS FOll T1IIS JOURNAL. BELL'S LIFE IK SÏDXEY mny lie obtained every Saturday st Mr Donoian's, Tobacconist, King-street ¡ Mr Connolly's, South Head Hoad; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Rand ¡ Hr Leslie, Purramatth-strcctj Mr Mallos, Brickfield HUI ; Hr Bancroft, Fnrk-atrcec, Mr Faneer, Gcórgu-atrcet South ¡ Mr Jackson, George-street South ; Mr Lucerda, Parramatta strceti Mr Bartlett, George-street ; Mr Holmes, Ersklne-streat ¡ MrLartor, South Head Road; Mr PA Abrou., Markct-itreet Weit¡ Mr Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, Georgo-strcet, near Market-street ¡ Mr F.'M. Moore, Castlercagh-street ; Mr Ford, Gcorse-itrwt North; and Mr George Allen, Botany Road, Redfern. Agtnoil». are required for other portions of the city and Buburba. Adelaide. ......;;.R. B. Colloy Albury.....Messrs Middleton and Oo Appia.-,.".c. Morris, Junior Armidale, Keir England..John Muore Ilalmain.........Mr Glover Bathurst.Archibald K. Thompson. ,. Derrima.Joseph Levey ? Black Creek.»J. Harris Boyd...

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THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

T HE ATRIC ALS, &o. ROYAL VICTORIA. Tho attractions of tho Mnrah Trotino continuo tindi minished.'nlthough. wo mitch regret tho withdrawal of thu " Naiad Queen," which so far has beon their chef d' omcre, and has met with but a sorry substitute in " The Forty Thieve»," tho reception accorded to which on its. first representation, wo had.hoped would hare induced tho proprietor to havo shelved it for cvor-at least in Sydney. Wo trust to seo " Tho Naiad Qusen" repro- duced, as likewise " Toodles," being in our opinion tho gems of tho Marsh repertoire. A grand afternoon per- formance will be given this day, which wo hope will bo as well attended as that on last Saturday. LYCEUM. Mr Winterbottom received;, a bumper tributo to his unquestioned tnlant on Tuesday night nt tho Lyceum, which present od a brilliant galaxy of tho fuir and fashion- able of tlie metropolis. Wo aro'glad of this,'as it would havo been a lasting reproach to Sydney had thia gifted musician boon sufl'orod to l...

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THE HORSES OF THE PAST SEAS0N. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

THE HOUSES OF THE PAST SEAS03Î. To Me Editor, of Meie* Life in Sydney. GEXTI/BMKK,-The season now nearly concluded, if i has seen the end of ,n good old horse or two, has als« brought out more than one good ono to fill their places and perhaps, between now rind September, n »licht look a a few of tile bost performers moy do none of us «nj harm. Where to begin is the question ; but I cannot make a better start than with " ZOB," tho champion o! Australia. Notwithstanding that Zoe has matto a groat namo fur herself mid her family, I liavo but little to nay about her, seeing that during this racing year she line como but throo times bofore the starter. I nocd not herr recapitulate her performance of tho first ofSsptembcr; foi nil who read this will rcniembor tho fine form in which she carno out for tho Champion Unca, and tho style in which eho iron ; that BIKI WOU easily I lia ve no doubt, and I could not help regretting that she should have suffered defeat during tho following weok. I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

INFORMATION boin^ required bv tho friend« in England of WILLIAM WGLHAM, per ship Port gea, formorly n resident of the Yass district, any person ncqunintcd with tile fate of thu individual will piense communicate with tho undersigned. JOHN M'LE RIE, Inspector-Ocnornl of ToUce. ' Police Department, Sydney, nth July, 1801. 59.1 IMPORTANT NOfrOR.-T. S. GLAISTER wishes to remind his customers and tho publie generally, that his establishment is the second portrait gallery from King-street, adjoining tho Victoria Theatre, 2ii, Pitt street, Sydnoy. PTIO'i'OGitAPlIS of ovory description executed in tho best style, nt prices to meet tho times. 60 . ' 1 ï .1- . ? -?- ? ' I. ?.' : / , EMU P1.ATSS RACKS. '. . 'J'O como off on THURSDAY, 2(ïth Decrniber, 18(11. Mixmrv PUTS of no »ors, with a a«-rcp of 1 sor, for all lionet : weicht for aga ; the second horse to reçoive . the swoop ¡ entrance 1,,3. Entrnucei will be received from .this dnte, under cov#r, bj1 Mr. VV. H. Wood, Hon.'Secretary, pro. to...

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THE DEFORMED AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

THE DEFORMED-AND THE ER OHARACTEIIIS TICS. i It was out of thia dwarfed class that tho Royal jestors and bufToons used to bo solootod. They wero looked upon with a degrco of wondor umounting almost to supersti- tion ; and, wore it not for tho barbarity and ignorance of tho ago in which thoy woro fostered about tho courts ns princes and nobles, we might bo tempted to regard the custom of retaining them ns a dull sátiro on the favour- ites of tho king. Hipproerates. has already described these pitiablo cripples ages ago. «Their long bncks, short legs, and long nrnis ; their small hands, narrow chests, protuberant larynx, shrill voico and poking heads, wero signs that did not escape his notice. Ho says if they aro fat and plump thoy livo to bo old, but if they aro lean they dio carly, gonerally nt or before 60. Tito reader will rontombcr tho Black Bwnrf in tho "Wavorloy Novels." Pliny, in his " Natural History," tolls us that the celebrated historian Tacitus had a brother who waa a por...

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MR. JAMES MERRY, M.P. (From Baily's Mayazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

ME. JAMES HERBY, H.P. ! ! (From Haily's Mayazine.) S i Tho merchant princes of Jîngluud are a class of which she may well bo proud, seeing that it is from their rants that somo of our ablest statesmen have boon recruited, and by their ngoncy our commercial resources most widely dovelopod. In England, from whence their floating argosies aro wafted from polo to polo, they aro numerous and distinguished, but in Scotland they aro fow.and far between) and as a representative of their class, Mr James Morry stands out in bold relief, taking ns high a position in tho commoroiul, as ho does on this side of tho border in tho sporting world. Tho owner jof tito Derby winner of last j-car, and of tho first favourito for the forthcoming one, is naturally an'object of somo importance in the eyes of sportsmon of all classes j and nlthough his enreor on tho tnrf does not prosont- any very Btriking features, or is illustrated by any of thoso curious anecdotes with which wo have boon enabled to odom s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

rpBIRD AUSTRALIAN- CHAMPION STAKE of /JL £500, -with a sweep of £100 each addod, half forfeit ' opon to nil the Australian Colonies. Provided three ormore horses «tart, tho second horse to reçoive £200, and the third horao £100 out of tho Stoke. . ? To bo run for over tho NEW TOWN RAGE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TCESDAY¿ tho 3rd dar of December, 1861.' Distance, tlireo miles. Entries to bo addressed und forwarded to tho Secre- tory, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or before tho 1st of "Septomber,- 1SG1.: : Forfeits to bo declared' one month before tho day of tho raoo. ? . ' Stone, - lbs. - ¡. Woighta... Byre, old .... -Jl ?? 0 » 4 " , ... 8 6 6 " " ... 9 0 6 " " <taged... 0 6 ; STEWAHDS. ' j J. L. B. Tabart, Esq. ' Thomas Field, Esq. i JolinXórd, Esq. ' John Field,'Esq. . W. Kearíioy.'Esq Jas, Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq,' CA. Komp, Esq. " S. Blackwell, Esq. 1 To aot with Stewards to bo uppointed by oach of tho Colonies. y . J. W. GRATES, 101S : '' _ Hon. Sec MUSCLE BROOK ANNUA...

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