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RAND WICK SPRING MEETING. NOMINATIONS FOR FREE HANDICAP. Six Years and Aged. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

BAND WICK SPKIlîCr 31 ESTIRO-. ;NojnHArioîîs ron TBBR ITAJUHCÍP/ : " BU Yura uil Aced, ', , Hen Dolt Veno «eel Anchor ? , rtar m O'Connell ? Veter Poiawa Stranger : Swindler, Jeislna . ? > . Khalil rock I-iiry . . Huches» . ,?*. Xaar John .... Vii» Tem.' ? rroblcm ? ? ? .Flying Do« . . Fenelia ' ' : i -, ? . ; ,. 'Jenny Lind t .-. ? . . .C Eugenie j Koh-i-noor . . Lilla Four Yean, ..:.:!,' Alfred f . Mag-on-tbe-WIng Marqula . - Ecllpie New Chum Traaalt Threw Yean, eh e. out of Couuteia Kyogle TrlDconulee Blanch* ... ? ? ?

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 — 3 August 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. " Panno IiiPE."-On Monday evening Mr. Cunneen, M.P. for tho Hawkesbury, delivered a lecture to tho members of tho St. llcncdict's Sooiety on tho interesting subject of "public life." - Prout tho honorable gentle latin's great personal experience ns a "publio" man, the, lecture was looked forward to with much interest, lind we must aoknowloJgo that on some points the anticipa- ' tions of his hearers woro. fully realised. Aftor somo 1 prefatory observations tho honorable lecturer remarked, " ' us a singular fact, that "Every man had a public lifo" un announcement which was received with much ap- plause, induced, no doubt, by the originality of ^tho idea. .' Tho honorable gentleman then came to the pith and marrow of his discourse-"thc public lifo of tho legis- lator"-a subject upon which hu own long parh'amontury experience fully justified him itt dilating. What an artistic picturo of a " model" M.P. did tho leeturor draw. How eloquently did he describo the qualifi...

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 — 3 August 1861

THIBD ATJBTRAEIAN CHAMPION STAKE o £500, with ft sweep of £100 each added, half forfei »jee to all tho Auatraliita Colonies. Frorided throe dr more llóraos start, tho second horse H reçoit a £200, and the thiril horao £100 out of tin To ho ran for over tho NEW TOWN" ~RA.CH «0URS1Î in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY", tho 8rd itt of December, 1881. DUtanco, threo milos;. . r . . , JCntric» to be nddroasod arid forwarded? to the Secre- tary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or bo foro tho 1st «f September, 1861. Forfaits to bo dcolared one month Wets tao day of tho race. _. Stone- . lbs'. - - ?Weights... 8yrs. old. ..¡. ..7 ,. ,0 4 " , ... 8 6 , ß " " ... 9 0 C " " &nged... 9 - 6 8TK\7AJIB8. ' J, I. B. Tnbart, Esq. Thomas Fiold, Esq.. . John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. W. Kchrriej, Esq Jas. lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. G-. A. Kemp, Esq. - . 8. Binólewoll, EBq. Io Mt with. Stewards to be appointed, by ouch, of tho Ooliaies. J. W. GUATES, 10« '. V Hon. Sec.. rrBEASUAEB'S ACCOUNT, COOMA FKEÎ3 ...

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A WIFE AND NO WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

j "U: WIFE ANÏ) NüWn?E.--~:.'" A case, has just beeriilbrought. beforb tho Frölich lairf courts which shows'that aomo things at least they "do not mannie better in Fiance, und that aa far as contracting' and dissolving"tho conjugal tic, Englishmen ,oi\joy-fab¡li¿ tíos of.which tho Fronclimoii aro wliolly destitute/The case wo allude to has excited great attention in Paris, the/ defondant being n young lady of fashion, well known hud popular in tho Parisian salons, and her husband,-tba Marquis do 6-, V., being, tho 'descendant bf brio of tho .most- illustrious families, in ,tho soutli of France. - The subjoined i aro (ho particulars :'--In 1852 tho Marquis de' . pr.-y., tlion 22, religiously, brought up ut; homo by. o maiden sister, much oidor , than hiuisolf;, made his debut in^Bocipfy.' His titlo, hisi fbrturiOy his'yoüth,'aríd,' it^ihust* bo added, ibis "oxtraordinary simplicity-bf mind/ "mituràlly marked him down as an cosy proy for designing sàhemers, " and unfortunatoly for him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

Printed micVPubltshod by G-EonaB JT-Eni'Ens PIOKKUIKÖ , arid OnAtitiEB Kúntttov NioHOis,,á(í!rhe.ßfU!* Mf' ?"?in-Sydney Printing .O01cè,»226,.:,-'OàitIeroagb-8tToetr . Sydney,' Now South Walee, Saturday, Aug. 3,' 1861.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

AGENTS FOR THIS JOÏTJîNAZ. BELL'S XI rx IX SYJWET muy bo obtained overy Saturday » Vtt . Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street i Mr Connolly's, South. Head Road; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Road! Mr Losllo, Parra moltu-»tiect> Mr Mnttoi, Brickfield lilli; Mr Lucerna, Pairs»i«tl» ?trcet ¡ Mrllnrtlctt, George-strcct; Mr Holmes, Emktne-strcetf Mr Loiter,'South Hoad Road-, Mri' A Alnou., Market-street Wost-, Mr Isoae Davis, Tobacconist, George-strcct, near Market-street t. Mr F.- M. Moore, Castlereagh-streot ; Mr Ford, Goorce-stre«» North; arid Mr George Allen, Botany Roud, Redfern. Ag»ol«* . are required for other portions of the elly and subuibs. Adelaide.Ü.R.B. Colley Albury.»...MessrsMlililletnnand to Appin.:.r,.C. Morris, Junior Armidale, New England...John Moore " Balmain....'..MrGlovcr Bathurst."....Archlbnld IC. Thompson. nerrima.Joseph Levey , Black Crook.J. Harris lloyd Town....Messrs J. Scanlon amt Co Braidwood.IV. E. (¿utica . Breeza, Gunnedah, and Livor pool Plain..............F...

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TRUTH IN PARENTHESIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

. TRUTH IN PARENTHESIS. " llovó-olí, moro than words onn toll ! . ' (Your llvo mid thirty thousand sliinors,) Ton draw mo hy a. nnmclcss spoil, , : (As iio\v:ibund gold-fields dinw the miners.) Tou nro so rich in houuty's doivor, ;. (And rich in several ways beside it,) i : Hud I your bond within my powor, -, j'1 - (Across ii bonkoir's droft to guido it,) I No caro my.futuro lifo conld dim! (Sty tailor, too,'.what joy to him !) ? ! Oh, soy, my young, my fawn-like girl, (Shu's old enough to bo my mother,) Let "yes,", o'erlonp those gates of pearl! (My laughter it is hard to Binother.) Let lips that love hath forni'd for joy, (For joy, if they her purso rosigu me,) 1 . Long hesitato oro thoy destroy (And to a dobtor's jail consign mo,) ' Tho heart that boats'but to adore! r (Yourself the less, your fortune moro.) Consent-consent, my priceloss lovo! ' (Her prico is ftvo and thirty thousand,) I swear by nil, around, nbove, (Her purse-strings now, I foci, aro loosened,) ;' I have not lov...

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THE GRAFTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

TITTî GRAFTON RACES. T lin rnco committee of tho Jocker Club met nt Tat- tersall'* at eight p.m. Inst evening j Mr T. T!.'Davies in the chair.. Tho Treasurer announced that four hundred pounds lind been already subscribed, and tho promise of £80 moro to bo paid to-morrow, which will leave n handsoiuo balance m the hnnds of the Knee Committee. The only question involving a diiloronco of opinion wna whether tho Hack Raco should bo open to-morrow, which was oarriod in tho nlUrmntivo. After ibo meeting was over, betting of tho most spirited diameter took pince. Tho friends of Peter Finn showed their pluck by backing him for most of tho races, uren with Newbold. Tho Maiden Pinte stood 2 to 1 against Vanish ¡ 2 to 1 against Scamp ; 2 to 1 against Baldwin do Burgh. 'Tho following' ara the entráñeos of tho moos which commence this day : .' MAIDS» PLATH. , Mr J. T.Jone»'Vanish . Wllliarii Tyler's Butterfly . James Gregory's Beeswing . ?« r?<. ' James Gregory's R?amp ? 1>. Campb...

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THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

THEATRIC A Ii S, ftc. ROYAL VICTORIA.. The past week has added greatly to tho reputation and success of.tho Marsh troupe. On ea«h evening of the week tho hbiisa has beeil wall filled j on NVcdriosilay, in' Eartiaular, there was a grand mustor-that night haring een set apart for tho benefit of Master George. Itwus in ovary sens« "ubonedt |" and tho manaor in which the youthful comedian acquitted himself shewed that he was sensible of tho kindness, of his patrons, and studied lo desorre their approbation, little Jouny was, os usual, thoroughly au fait in. her impersonations, playing throughout tho' various pieces with all that - caso ana Gnish which has stamped her ono of tho most accom- plished, though tho youngest member ot* tho great dra- matic family. - On the whole,. our citizens will haro reason to remember with foclings of pleosuro tho profes- sional visit of tho Marah troupe to Sydney. . Tho family perform this eroning for tho last time, os they novo to inuku way for tho Opera...

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ON BEING FOUND OUT. (From Roundabout Papers, Cornhill Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

ON BEING FOUND OUT. {From Roundabout Papers, Cornhill Magazin*.]) At tlie close (lot us aa;) -of Queen's Anne's reign, whan I was a boy ataj'small private end preparatory school for young gentlomcnj 1 remember the wiseacre of a master ordering us all, one night, to march into .a little garden at tho back of tho house, and thence to proceed one by ono into a tool or ben house, (I was bnt a tender littlo thing justlput into short clothes, and can't oxactly say whether tho houso was for. tools or hons,) and in that house to put our hands into a sack which stood on a bench, a candió burning besido it. I put my hand into the sack. ' Sty liaud came out quito black. ? I wont and, joined tho'other boys in tile schoolroom j and all their' hands were Waok too. .' By reason of my tender age, (and there aro sorao critics who, I hope, will ba satisfied by my acknowledging that. I nm ti hundred and fifty-six next birthday,) I could not understand what was tho meaning of this night excursion -this...

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WILBERFORCE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

WILBERFORCE RAÜE3. FIRST Pniza of £30, for «ll horses thnt nnver won moro «mn £60../" .? . . ?' ' ~ ? Ur. W. Philips' g g Onmlioppcr. nscd . 9 1 A. Robinson's br «fBlr Edward, ruted.. 1 2 W.A. Crass' b ra Jenny Lind, aged..~.dla Grasshopper, and . Jenny Lind, ran inside n post j tho Trey turned and Bared his distance, tho'tiinvo did 119t. S¿COKS I'RIZB of' £10, for all horses that never won more than £25." " ' Mr. Philip»' e fi Will-lf-t-can, aged. SO-« W. Ualter*a b g Plover S yrs . 10 3 A. Hobin son'« br g Slr Edward, aged ll. I.nmb'a c g Fireman, aged w. A. Cross's b li Planet, 4 yrs A well contested race between tho two flrst-named horses, they haring run a dead host, tho rest well up.

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IRISHMEN WHIPPED BY THE SLAVE-DRIVERS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

raisronsií WHIPPED BY THE SLAVE-DRIVEES Among tho arrivals at this port yesterday was that of tho sehoonor B. D. Pitts, Captain David Corson, from Cliarlcstoh on tho 2-Hh. Tho Pitts was purchased by her Northorn owhors last winter, but, OB sho was obliged to leavo this port beforo tho legal transfer could bo made, sho mudo her last trip to tho South under hor old papers, according to which sho hails fromTnppnhanock, Virginia. This circumstance was all that enabled tho captain to tato his vessol out of tho port of Charleston, as on tho I 20th all Northern vessels woro seized and appropriated to tho iiBo of tho Negro Confederacy. From Captain Corson wo hnvo pained many important particulars. Ho states that thora is not a month's provisions in that city, and, of courso aro rocoiving no secessionists. Tho Sun- day boforo ho left, tho 20th, about 2000 volunteers en- tered tho city, but wero immediately sent north to Vir- ginia { and tho gcnoral impression then was that they < ...

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ELECTION SCENE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

ELECTION SCENE IN AMERICA. (By an eye witness.) I havo heard for -tho last two hours tho gontlomon rocking iii tito chairs outside tito door of tho St. Nicholas Hotel, in (Broadway,- discussing tho roast os they roll and bito their cigars. Thoy cherish an angry hatred for Lincoln, for most of thom aro Cuban sugar.pinners, or gentlomen of property from Louisiana, nnd wear sump- tuous watoh-chains ut their fobs threo inches broad. Last night, just as I got to bed, there wus a political procession to hondd thu Ox-Boast. An enormous Kontueky ox was borno on a Bcull'old post my window, surrounded by torches ; his great shadow loomed liko that bf tho Bull of Phnlaris on my bed-room wull, luminous just then Arith a li rey storm of political fire- works. Somebody addressed the crowd uti night long from tho hotel balcony in tho next room (how I love and udoro the memory ofthat mani), then five brass bands struck up 1 Yankeo Doodle,' and four cannon saluted hcavon from tho Fifth Avenue ovory ...

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SUPREME COURT. THE GREAT LIBEEL TRIAL. HUNT, EX M. L. C. v. LOVE, M. L. C. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

SUPREME COURT. THE GREAT IiIBEI/ TRIAIi. HONT, BX M. Ii. 0. v. LOVE, M. Ii. O. Tho trial of this caso, whioh oxcitcd unusual interest, commonccd on Monday last in the Supreme Court, before I Mr Justice. Wiso, and a speoinl jury of twolvo'.. Damage! woro laid at i3100(j.:' ' Tho Court was' crowded. : Sir W. M. Muiming, Q- C. ; Mr Darvall, Q. O.'j und Mr Stephen appoarod for tho. plaintiff. Mr Martin, Q. C. ; aha Mr Eaucett for thu defendant. . . .. Mr Stophou oponed the caso.' The libol complained of was contained in tho following, words, roportod in the Empira of 12th Docórabor,.1860, os spoken by tho do feuduut, at nn election mooting, on tho 11th December, to wit:-"Ono gontloman in tho Legislativo Council was a landlord j ho hold housos in that neighbourhood; ho lob houses for immoral purposes. Ha was not afraid to nonie lura. ' He referred ? to 'Mr Hunt, who, whon tho polico woro attempting to put a'stop to tho immorality going ou'in his houses, sought'to provent.tho investi- gat...

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THIS "PATRIOT'S" PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

THIS "PATRIOT'S" PRAYER. Oh, Fortuno heur mo, pity my despair, And liât, O Goddess, to my liumblo prayer i Turn not from mo tliy lovoly faeo away, But grant that I may soon get "place and pay I" Thou know'st my fond doro! ion to myself, And that I have "an itohing palm" for pelf; My country too, that I once loved so woll, I now, without a blush of shaine, would sell! irow havo I hung upon tho ampio skirt . Of Ministers who trent mo just uko dirt, And really seem tb entertain no notion ¡ r '% Of suitably rewarding my devotion ! , Ead I, in youth been brought up_ to tho law, I must have risen as I've lots of jaw ; And long oro this should havo enjoyed tho sport Of mangling justice in a District Court! But I om nothing, so moro cruel thoy, . ' i Whom I havo served, to pass mo in this way : . Jib wonder, thorforo, ns my pockot's failing, That, Uko a "poor man," I am always a?«-ing!.: , I. Than Torpy, Bakor, Cainoron, or Spicor, I surely nm n "nico young mau" much nicer; - ïortho' l'vo b...

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THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. _ Tho Lambing Flat affair still ongrossos public atten- tion. Several arrests havo' been mada by tho. Govern- ment, and a largo number of Chinese reinstated nt Back Creek, no opposition whatovor being offered to tho authorities by tho diggora. Everything was quiet, and tho Naval Brigade liad left for Sydney. Tho return of inclement weather has greatly depressed business during tho week. Tho Coloninl seoretary is prominod an interview with tho Victorian Ministers on Monday next. Vlad; win bo tho reBult ? i\"(7. James Dempsey of Cinrciice-stroot hos broken his leg by stopping from a pile of limber on wliicli ho was sit- ting nour Glcbo Island Eridge Tho Rev. Mr Birds of Cassilis had a vory narrow es- capo from; drowning at Mall's Creek, from which ho wai with much difficulty extricated. On Saturday night last a religious enthusiast named William Lcithby throw himself from tho .upper part of a store in lower Gcorgo-stroct, and was picked up a oornso. Tho Orienta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

G_ENTL15MI5JÎ favouring us with orders fur this Journal will ba pleased to ondoso the necessary advance Tor six months subscription, viz 13s, or n £1 note which will covor throe quarters of tl io y oar. NOTICE.-MR. R. M. M'DIARMID is hereby np pointed Agont for' this journul in the towns of Cowra, Carcoar, Condobolin, and the surrounding dis- tricts, and will receive subscribers and advertisements from this date. PICKERING'& "NICHOLS. Bell's Lifo inSyduoy, July 80th, 1801.

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LATEST FROM BURRAHGONG. [By ELECTRIC TELEGRAM TO S. M. HEUALD.] Lambing Flat, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

LATEST PROU BUEBAH"GQN"G. [Bx EMCTBIO TXEEOBAM TO_ S. M. HEUALD.] Lambing Flat, August 7. Bad weather tho Inst day or two. Constant rain to- day, with every prospect of continuance. Tile following Brigade Order waa issued to-day : " 'Tho district or Lambing lflat being now perfectly quiet, and tho civil authorities not being apprehensive of nny danger of disturbances, aro of opinion that tho sorvices of tho seamon and marines ' pf H.M.S. Fawn can bo dispensed with. Captain Kator will bo pleased to mako tho necessary arrangements for their return march to Sydney to-inorrow, at such time ns ho may think fit. ' » " Colonel Kempt, commanding tho troops, takes this opportunity of expressing his entire satisfaction al tho good conduct of tho men on tho march nnd when in camp j and bogs to thank Captain Kater for his n ady co-operation nnd nssistnnco in the performance of tho duties tho foreo havo been called upon to perform j and tho officers for their attention und escrtioñsda muinluúig ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. STDNET, AUGUST 10, 1861. FRIDAY EVENING, 10 P.M. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. (By Electric Telegraph to the Empire.) NEWS TO THE 27th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

BELL'S; LIFE IN SYDNEY. STDNET, AVG VST 10, 18G1. FRIDAY EVENING, 10 P.Ü. ARRIVAL OP THE MAIL. (By Electric Telograph to tho Empire.) .r .ÄwNEWS TO THE 27th JUNE. Tho American conflict thickens. Tho Northerners linvo at. present tho best of it. Hundreds of stares arc escaping from tho South, and scolting refugo under the Federal Oovornmont. Throe thousand English troops and artillory aro told off for Canada, and to bo convoyed thoro by tho Great Eastern. . Tlie Southornors liavo abandoned Marpor's Ferry. A Now York paper threatens war with England be cttuso it does not rccogniso secessionists ns pirates, ? Count Cavour «is dead. Ha is euccocdcd by liaron jRiunsoli. Franco lias recognised tho Kingdom of Italy. 'Spain and Austria propose to raiso aid for the Popo. Admiral Sundas, Lords Campbell and Abingor arc dead. Largest Sro sinoe tho groat fire of London has ocourred in Tooloy-streot. Braidwood, tho fireman, lost his lifo at ' it. It is thought probable that wool may fall 3£ a pou...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

.4. OE y TS FOE THIS J0U112TAL. : BELL'S LIFE IN STONEY may bo olitalncd every Saturday a Mr I Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ;. Mr Connolly's, South Head Hoad ; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta llond ; Mr Leslie, Pana. ' inntln-sticet; Mr Mottos, lirlcklleld Hlllj MrLucerdo,Parramatta street ; Mr Bartlett, George-streets Mr Holmes, lirsklne-street ¡ Mr I.arler, South Head Hoad; Mr F A Abroa:, Market-street Wctti Mr Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, Guorgs-stroot, near Market-street ¡ Mr P. M. Moore, Cnstlercngh-street ¡ Mr Ford, (leorge-Btrecl North; unil .Mr George Allen, Botany Hoad, llctlfern. - Agencies aro required Tor other ,portions of tho city and suburbs. Adelaide...'..II. B. Colley ». . Albury...........Messrs Middleton and Co Appin .;..'.C. Morris, Junior , Armidale, New England..John Moore Balmain.... Mr Glover - . Bathurst .,.Archibald K. .Thompson. , nerrima.Joseph I,evoy Black Creek .J.Harris lloyd.Town .Messrs J. Scanlon and Co Braidwood.;-..W.R. Queloh . Breeza, Gunnedah, and Li...

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