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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

ANSWEES TO CORRESPONDENTS. H'S *ITTAVCES KECEIVKl) I rom B. "W. M'D., Cowra? .1. N., Muudojrnn; O.T., Mudgee¡ T. I)., Wagga Wngtnw <l. V. H., OOOUJO Uonnoo ; M. Ti., Hartley; and ll. v., Uurnmgoutt, F. Í. I.. ilAYNDAIl.-We do not Und your n.uuo on our »üb- ten Hirt' lut, Your «hilling will lio returned on penontl ap Ílloailmi, oci'onhiiK to our Invariable custom. MANÍAN.-Timuka. - M's shall lie (¡lad to.lieut noni you aiwln. . >.. UIUIIUAOE.-l'ourtveeand atoa count 28. t.V-The Stakeholder can only be guided by the decision ot the SOCBllNUMEItARY.-Your letter unavoidably .tandi over until next «eek« (brough the laten»» of the bout at which lt esme tolland.

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 — 27 July 1861

Alt 3StfGM6n&iAN'B FIST.-At Rouen, a few days back, two journeyman blacksmiths, named Buchor and Bagley, tho fumier a German and tho latter an English- man, iront into n public-house to drink, and uftor a while got into a discussion about tho Superiority of their res- pective aountrips; in tho course of. which tho Gorman derided England for producing no wine, and tho English- man was excessively bittor on tho German''for eating sourkrout. At length tko disputants carno to blows, and tho advorsmios were soon lying on tho ground, tho Gor- man' by a tórrido blow from tho Englishman's Hst, and tho Ençliihmnii from throo stabs of the Germau's knife. For this " cutting and'.wounding" tho Gorman was on Monday brought .to trial, beforo the tribuunl of Correc- tional Police "How could you uso a knife," asked tho Prcsidont, " ngninst a man who lind no arms?" "No arms !" replied tho accused ; " why ñn Englishman's fist is like a club-a blow from it knooks you down nt once ! If I had no...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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TROOPS FOR LAMBING FLAT. (From the Goulburn Herald, July 24.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

TROOPS FOR LAMBING PLAT. (From the Goulburn Herald, July 24.) GorjLStrBN, during tho last few days, has presented au appearnnco of unusual livolincss and uniuintiou, owing to tho unirai of successive dotaolunonts of police and mili ! tory, under orders for the scouo of tho lato riots ¡ whilo tho unwonted show of a scarlet eout now and thou in tho streets, together with tho almost equally soldiorly appear- ance of Captain McLorio's "Blue liions," as thoy liavo been cbristonod at Burrangong, and tho sight ot an oc- casional artilleryman, might impress tho visitor that ho had arrived in a garrison-town. Sincu Thursday night portions of the force intended for Lambing Flut liuvo ar- rived by tho various mails from Sydney, an arrangement which,though it may hareoxpoditod considerably tliopro grcss of tho troops, Las occasioned groat inconvenience to tho residents nero, as well as elsewhere, throughout tho Southern Districts, as no newspapers havo boon brought on sinco last Wodnesday ovemn...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

THEATRICALS, Ac. ROYAL VICTORIA. Tho'spcctacle ofDcauty and tho Sonst," and "Thc Naiad Queen," tho drama of " Maritana," and some ad- mirable farces embroco tile entertainments of tho week ¡ the attendance, during which has been quite» on a pm with preceding ones. Lost evening the beneficiary invite of Littlo Jenny Arnot, tho miniature queen of corned; and farce, was accepted by a fashionable and crowded house ; indeed few who havo witnessed tho extraordinary talent of this elegant jacfite could resist the opportunity of offering an oration at- lier fairy Bhrino ; and tho rap- turous wclcomo ' which greeted hor, and tho unaffected modssty with which B)IO .curtsied her acknowledgments, enhaaced tho interest and admiration she excited. This little lady ia marvellously olovor ; precocity of genius in her is free from its usually painful accompaniments. Uer self-possession is wonderful, and iho treads th« stage with all the confidence of tho finished aetrc/w, and with agrace und naivete...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANCIENT INDIAN JUGGLERS. (Illustrated News). [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

.ANCIENT INDIAN JUGGLERS. ; . (Illustrated News); r, The amazing .performances of tho.Eastern'.;Magi, of which We hare authentic details in tlie Old Testament, liavo been tho subject of speculation rathor than inquiry 'as interesting as ii is puzzling. An ' attempt- to' hivosti igato^by what agency thoy were ofTected would bo trench- ing" upon dclicnto ground, ground already occupied by .tho controversy between tho authors of tho "Essays and Rèviows" .and thoir: opponents. Wo restrict ourselves to!tho spéculation, and oven this only by way of suggest .ihg, .whether tho jugglers bf India, whoso performances so far outstrip any of their European counterparts, may hot ¡traca their origin to those wiso men of tho East from , whom thoy dorive their loro in spoils and charms, if not their feats of muscular agility. Thoro seems, nt least, much probability that the performers who frequont tho publie wolla and halting-places in tho East, exhibit- ing feats bf legerdemain for tho amusement of...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFESSOR PARKER AND MR WINTER BOTTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

PROFESSOR ~s PARKER AND MR WINTER -.. . BOTTOM. £100, AND arara Cnuwrioiísnip bp N. S. W. ATO TIC TOBIA,-Wo havo thu gratification of announcing that {horo is overy probability of the Champion mntcít botwcon those accomplished swordsmen coming off on an curly duy j a doposit of £10 asido to play for £100, liaving boon placed in our hands to bind tho agroomont, and Mr Wintorbottoin's prcsenco in Sydney being now only necessary to determino timo and placo of tho duello. Mr Joños (Mr Wintorbottouj's ngont) informed us tlint that 1 gontlomnn purposed loaring Bathurst on Wednesday, j and consequently should havo reached town yostordoy, but up to a lato hour lost oroning wo had received no j intimation of his arrival. Howovor, no time will bo lost, in Bottling preliminaries, and duo notioo will bo given in ] th'e daily journals at tho beginning of tho week of tho I " when and wharo." Either.Wednesday* or Thursday evening »est wo think likely to ho selected, and oun of tho Theatres ns the ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE FOURTH AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION RACE. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

TICE FOURTH AUSTRALIAN OHAMPION RACE. To the Editora of Meir* Xi/S tn Sudneu. DEAE BILI,--You havo no doubt observed in our newspapers tho announcement of our forthcoming Fourth Australian Champion Saco, which wo intend to carry out in first-rate stylo. Tho stewards have boon actively oe oupicd in collecting subscriptions, and tho list comprises nn amount of between £800 and £900, and by the end of tho week wo hope to collect enough, if not more than enough, to meet tho occasion. "\Vo shall shortly publish a programme, which will indicato "dC200" for un "All Age Ktako " on tho second duy, und the sarao amount for u "Handicap" on tho third duy, a " Queen's Plate,"«to., subject to tho usual arrangements, with sovcrul.othor at- tractive races; so you soo we intend to como out strong. . Tho whola placo is on tho qui vive for tho event ¡ and ire oro determined to give our Australian friends a hearty welcome, and some capital sport to boot. Wo shall havo filunty of "now 'uns " for tho gre...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RING FIGHTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

THE Elura FIGHTS TO COME. Attrait II.-Bourke v. Waterhouse, £200. _ Sent 17.-Charley Urock and Ned White, <!00. Cutlemalne dbtrlet. UtTOlHSMC-Ve understand that a light for £100. a B¡do will tako placo in two or threo wooka between Mr. Join M--U, a woll known squatter in this district und Mr. Jonathan Boon. Tho parties hore met before at Kyamba, when tho squatter boat his opponont in about sovm rounds. Tho first deposit lus already been paid, l'or obvious reasons tho exact time and plooo are sot revealed.-Border Pott.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

AQUATICS. PAIR OAR RAOE FOR £60 ASIDE. Tho second natch between tho brothors Green and Punch and McG rath, cunio off on Saturday Inst, on tho Parramatta River ; and, as ia always tho CUBO, attracted a goodly number of spectators. On tho provious roco a good deal of money had ohanged hands ¡ nnd, in addition to tho usunl small amounts, ono or two largo stakes liad bcon landed ; but on tho prosout occasion thc bolting was neither so heavy nor so brisk, resulting from a sort of feeling hard to bo desuribod, which wo noticed as very provident among tho usual speculators on such ovents. Tho Greens won in such good Btylo in tho' other race, that thoy were quickly established ns tho favourites of " tho Public" ns noon as tho preliminaries for tho present ono Moro arranged ; and in that position they romnined lip to'tho morning of starting, and indeed, among thoso who were nob fortunato enough to find themselves on bonni tho " 'Washington," up to tho result being known. To thoso however who...

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 — 27 July 1861

SrnKTLECnißiKG is VIOTOBIJL.-Tho following aro tho results of the Cnmpbclfleld Steeplechases, run on Saturday last ¡-Grand Wolter Stcoplsohaao, 4 miles, X.100, with a Bweep of 6 eora. Happy Juck,12st, 1; Jumbo lOstSlbs, 2¡ Falcon, lust 61bs, 3, aud six others not placbd£*iTho Selling and Hack Steeplechase* were both won by tho Tstoron "Fivey."

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

VICTORIAS' TURF SCBSORIPTIOX ROOit. ' MONDAY.-Thoro >w but u moderato attoiidimooof moiubora ou Monday hut, tho tibsoneu of thu gentium«! haring been sot down to th* ticooud vjorfonumie* vf "Der tfroHohutz," nt tho Theatre Itoyul,. whilst to tho rain must bs debited tho iiou-appoarunoo of ii portion bf tho book-tuakors. For soma timo tho forthcoming elections worn moro discussed than tho probable winners of tho Guineas and tho Cup, until at last II bot of 100 to 10 agst Utmard for tho furinoraud 100 to 0 agst Mavourneen for the Cup, set tho poucil* u-gouig. Sovorul doubla events wore booked, mid thm'Mavuurnaou was freely backed for tho Oup at 100 to 0, whilst 100 to 4 was laid onco or twioo agst Stormy l'otrel fur tho itimo event. Business getting slack, a gentleman who has hitherto boon known as a stuunoh bucker of a certain stable thou oponed a book, and lit onco found a friend to Inlying Buck at 100 to £0, and two to Mormon at 100 to 10 each. TWO. TllOVtAKS OVIXBAI. IO0to2Oagi...

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 — 27 July 1861

BTDNEY HORSE MARKET. Mesan Burt and Co report nn Influx of country horaea during tho wcofc; principally from thc east dlstricta. Most of tho Iota being j of a medium oloaa, of »ricca which rangod from £14 to £30, according to breakage and quality t a few of tho Kiama horses went to higher prices, Udna botter BroKoii and moro useful ¡ tho general rangu of price» Uunuor £10 ¡ auperlor atyllah horses very acareo and much *°S!lr C. S?artyn reporta tho horao market has varied but little from what was atntod in last wcek'a report. Tho »nie for fresh «tock ia brisk and the supply inauulclcnt to meet tho demand. Harness horafia of a good atanip aro much Bought ofter, and keep up tholr prices ¡ the drafts from the country have not been very numerous, but they met with very satisfactory »ales. " :

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

MABKETS, F OID AY. ! WJfOl-BtfALE HUCKS. WHEAT, 6t 6d to 7a Od por bushel: flour, £18 to £10 per ton ; malx«> 4i Od to 49 31) Bnitllih barley, 8a 0.1 to 10s; cape do 6s per Imaholtoaten liny, pressed, £3 10s tu £0 per tun« unproved, £7 10s; lucerno hay, £6 10a to £0 lOi par tun t nmtiir, la 3d s cheese, OM tu Oil ; bacon. Od i on» ls Od to li Od per dozen ; fowl*. ¿a tía to 3j 6d pcrcbuplo ; poialou, £6 £6 ins; fat pl«« 4ri por pound; beor, 40s; mutton, S3 por cwt; lillie«. Ss (o 17a; tobacco,ls 'id to laOdpar lb best quality. Lucerno sood lsd porlb.relnll ¿a; perennial red clover ditto ditto i «hilo Dutch, 2s 6d per lb; «inllon and ni Ixe-1 mann 2a 6d per lb, sorghum aacchamtiun, Od por lb ¡ aood oats 6s Od to 6a Dor bushel t food oats. Cs. . FBllfU« AND SOrf,Cummls«!on Agetilt. flAYMiaKET PRICES_Hay, 4« OJ to 8a 0.11 atraw. 3a 0<1 to 4« 04 ¡ wheat, 0» OM to 7a Od ¡ont«, 7a0d lo 8i 0.1; liarloy. «a dd tn Ga OJ iowa, £0 U to£li) la; calla«, 15a to 3.1x1 Wk, £4 10a lc £...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

Tn a Vfimnta ov mi Cnunn CUP.-Tho winner of tho lato Chester Cup is named »flor Benjamin Wein tor, Esq., the Manurer of tho Adelphi Theatre, and Proaident of tho Dramatic College. Mr Barber refused a largo sum for this horso to go to Now Zealand.-Jira. Oss of tho ruco of " gentlemen whips," Mr Rowland Borkeloy, died in Jorsoy on tho 1st May. Ho wus a son of Howland Berkeley, Esq., of Benefield, Northampton- shire. When 8ir Vincent Cotton, Bart, handled ¡tho " ribbons" on tho box of the Ago Brighton coach, Mr Berkeley was similarly employed on tho Groat North Hoad.-Sra.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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GREAT BILLIARD MATCH IN MELBOURNE (From B. L. in Victoria.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

GREAT BILLIARD MATCH Hf MELBOURNE ~ fFrom J¡. Ii. in Victoria.) Tho announcement of o match betwcon Mr J. Lamb und Mr J. Stephenson wns regarded with, great interés: hy nil amateurs at bUlinrds, and caused on Monday lao an assemblage of tho admirers of this soicntiflo game ai Mr P. Borgiii'B noir .billiard saloon, at tho Albion hotel, 35ouvko street. Tho gnuie to bo plnyod WBB SOO np, tlx X'nglish game, Mr Stephenson receiving 60 points. I: wo muy judgo from tho general dosiro to " got on" Mi Lamb, wo assmno that Mr Stephenson, as a billian player, was unknown to tho majority presentí but bj those who wera familiar with his exploits at this gamo Iiis chanco of winning was considerad far from hypotheti- cal. They knew that ho waa a really sound playor i that during Iiis career of many years in this colony ho had plnyod a groat numbor of matches, and for moro molloy than any other playor in Australia ; that ho lind beaton all players from all parts of tho -world i and that for n perio...

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TEN MILES' RACE BETWEEN EDWIN MILLS AND W. JONES, OF ISLINGTON, FOR £50, AT THE WHITE LION, HACKNEY WICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

TEN MILES' RACE BETWEEN; EDWIN, MILLS AND W. JONES;' OF ISLINGTON, FOB, £50, 7,. ATiTHE WHITE LION, HACKNEY" WICK. . ' On Monday about 1,000 spectators assombled at 4hb abovo ground to witness tho ten milos* raco botween these pedestrians, Mills having to alloxv his opponent 'two minutes and a lialf start. At about twenty minutes to six o'clock, tho pedestrians, looking all that could be de- sired in condition came on tho course. . Tho betting was 7 to 4 and 2 to 1 on Mills, whoso friends, notwithstand- ing tho .start ho had to allow, were wonderfully sanguine of success. When tho referieo had taken up Iiis position, Jones received tho sigurd to start, when'our ho bounded at a clipping paoo, covoring in tho given timo about 8-10 yards, so 'that Mills had to pass his man four times befora ho would; succeed in closing tho Malus between them. When Mills, who had been watching tho progress of his opponent« roccived tho office to go, ho bounded off amidst tho cheers of his partisans. Fro...

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 — 27 July 1861

CHALLENGE. rï~,HK undersigned lina u lad, not to ozceod 9 stone, X who aimil fight Bourke, (win or lose his fight with WntorhouBo) at IO st 81bs, for L.2O0 asido. A match can bo mudo by sending a doposit to tho O Uko of Sell's Life in Sydney. GIO JOrtK M'OtTINIiESS. ' OLXai HOUSE HOT13L. " FAMILIES and Cfeutlomeu visiting '.Bathurst will find first-class accommodation nt tho above Hotel, combined with moderato chargea mid good servants. Booking O Oleo for lt. .Elliott's Bar Coooli, 30s. faro. 031 . , W. CHAPMAN, Proprietor. ?'''.'?'* A CAED. WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Wholesale Grocer, &c., 70S, George Stroot, South, Haymarket, Sydnoy, G+t ' . ,. KANGAROO PUPS.-Two magnificent pups, fivo months old, for SALE. Apply to Mr KEMP, Lower Domain Gate, Woolloomooloo. v 611 jBAKDWlCE SEPTEMBEB MJäEirKT<K \ ' V ' PO coin« of TumwoAi% Ful DAV*, hiut SATURDAY,-the X 12tU, 13th, auU 11th SEPTEillJlCK. V Fnisx DAY. , ." ,,'-.' '''? Ifirst Eaco.-Tho TBXAX, STAKES of S sor» paoli, with£50...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

Nisw ZEAXAITS HOBBES.-Tho second instalment ol tho horses which havobcon purchased hi Sydney ns pack horses for thu army in Now Zealand, will .bo. snipped on Monday ou board " Tito browning Beauty," Tlioaium ber to ho forwarded will bo sixty or more ; the contrac- tor of course Bonding, at his om risk, what hi his judgment will "bo. aulllcient to make up for losses at sea. Weean but add that, to this Hie closing labour of tho business, wo sincerely trish a prosperous issue. CHINESE ESIIOBATIOJÍ io AITSTIUXIA.-In a latter from tho Hongkong correspondent of tho Umpire, re- ceived by tho Benares, tho following remarks woro made with respect to Chinese emigration to tho colony :-X seu thoro is no prospect of your Chinese Immigration Bill becoming law this year. Tho measure appears to bo very crudo and ill-conceived. A fow suggestions may bo useful. It should bo homo in mind, tua Chineso im- migrants you get aro like tho population of Hongkong, the scum of' China, doported from their own...

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 — 27 July 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POST OFMOB IMWIOVBMTÍNTS.--Tho oxtonaion of Ibo limo for posting English. letters,; on lltu momiiigsof thu ¿ail Btouuifhips leaving Port Jackson, a boon which Mi- li. A. ll uut, Superintendent ol" tho Loiter brunch of tho General Post Olileo, recommended immediately-after Ilia return from Loudon eomo few years ugo, has boan rocog Previous to the hour before tho ono lliud for tho North am's departure, on Moutluy lust, no lesa than 370 Jotters, ¡¡tea bearing an additional sixpenny stamp, wero posted »t tho late letter , olllca at Moore's Wharf j u significant jjot, wi deli proves, that not only will our merchants und others bo materially served by this acceptable extension . af time on tho English post days, but that tho postal ro Tfnuo will derivo an addition, which, when tho opening ?of tho now oHlco is moro generally known, premisos io bo i by no means a trifling one. A Bliort timo uineo we inti roted that, at length; tho posting of newspapers in cast iron recei...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

TIIB LATH CASE OÏ DUSITKANOINO.-On Wednesday afternoon, tho 17th instnnt, tho ClüoF Constable, with, ordinary constables Boche and Mooney returned to Tass from an unsuccessful pursuit of threo highwaymen who robbed tho mail near Jugiong, and committed other acts of buBlumnging. Tho country scoured lies between Jugiong and Lambing Flat, aid extends beyond tho dig- gings to General Stowart's Gap. ' Thora eomo elua to tho parties " wanted" was obtained, but as they had passed that woy soino days previously, and were pro- bably by this time in tho Bathurst country, the police relinquished the search. , Mr Enright and his assistants wore some time on tho digging, expeoting to fall in with tho robbers. 'A rather amusing incidont occurred while tho party wore at Jugiong. Tho down'mail being be- hind timo, it was suspected that it was " stuck up." Tho . polico therefore proceeded ulong tho road to moet it, nud when within hail, tho driver, mistaking tho advan- cing party, for bushrangers, (...

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