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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

.'".A Sr.iamvDijTrEnnK'oB.-In tito yenr;T8Ö3, Mr"'.Tay ipreachod a. sermon, .boforo,; the Society for, tho>Propa ?ntion..of ÇhriéHan J knowledge in .the,Highlands :»iul: ,, stands of Scotland, and 'was'requested to. permit: tho' saino to be printed.';:Siicli psrinis'nión was' given.-, ^Tho . tout was:' ^'Skm foí'skiri ¡' yea, ali that n mari hath will dio' givo,for Iiis l{fâ.'' ^hWUtn- tho'-proof :sheotB'of ;tho sormoii worOjöont lo Mr,Juy>for uorruutiou, ho found tho 'printer. had*printcd. the text thuB:'-ííSkin for skin ; yoe, all Hint a mari has will.hisgivo for his toife." Instead of -. \jbrrcctirigtho error'in'the iisunl woy, ho w'roto in j tho margin, underlining tho word''t»#5r, '"That depends on .oiroumstancoal" ,>.<.. : > ' '? ' , Tho following is a laughable blunder, made by a short-' ,-_ hand writor in ¡tuking the evidence given boforo n Par Uamontary 'committee :-A highly respectable witness-'', was'nskodt " Is your fathor n partner in tho Low Moor...

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 — 10 August 1861

THTBD lUSTRAMAN CHAMPION STAKE I of £500, with a sweep of £100 each added, half forfeit open to all tlio Australian Colonies. '' Provided tlirce or niora hors os start, the second horso io reçoive £200, and tho tlurd horso £100 out of the ' Stake. To be run for ovor tho NEW TOWN BADE COURSE . in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, \ tlio, ' 3rd doy of Decembor, 1861. , . .'...'(--. Distance, thrco miles. ' , . .' - . ; "' Entriós to bo addressed and forwarded to tlio Socro tory, Derwout .Hotel, Hobart Tovrn, on or boforo tho 1st of September, 1861. , Forfaits to be' declared ono month' before tlio day of thdracb. ~"\ - ' Stone. , lbs. ' Weighta... 8yrs.-old ... 7 . O , ? 4 " , : ... 8 ' 6 5 ». » . . ... 9 , O i . 6 ", "&ngod... 9 6 , STBWAHDS. J. lt. ~B. Tabort, Esq. John Lord, Esq. . W. Kearney, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. .: Thomna Fiold, Esq. John Field, Esq., ' Jns.Xord, Esq. . Q-. A. Comp, Esq. S. Blaokwell, Esq. To not with Stewards to bo appointed by oach of . tho Oolonios.- f . ' - \ J....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AN INVENTOR'S ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

AN INVENTOR'S ADVENTURE." ' Mr IT. Dempster, formerly ii pilot of Bombay harbour, H.E.I.C. Service, inventor of a. now.'systom of building and rigging Bailing craft, a non* trawl net, a now codo of signals, and who has advocated, fishery .extension and fish-market improvom'outs for upwards of 20 years,'and, like all inventors, finds tho road steep and rngged to'get along, has only latterly porformod an adventure, to 'pro- mote tho general public wolforo, that wo scarcely did ex- pect of him at his advanced figo. Mr Pomps.tor's state- ment a' few days sinco shows how ho has been \pm 'ployed. Ho says : ' /? , " Laurie, 'mapscllor to tho Admiralty^ wishing to for .ward tho plan of my portable flog telegraph, printed sorao.sheets with preliminary description, arid circulated them amongst parties ho thought would adopt, it. .Tho' framo, [ with, flags and portnblo cases, ho left for mo to got np j and, when I had a pair finished^ and ready for 'practical experiment, I'left Edinburgh'with'...

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 — 10 August 1861

IN PJIAISE OP BEAUS.--Of tho docility of tho hour thoro oro a thousand instances on record ¡ indeed, ono has only to go to uny country fair, to seo him mado tho show- man's plaything. Nature has onnblod tho hugo planti- grade to stund upright, and art has bcon called in to im- prove upon nature. Your well-taught hoar can shufilo you n saraband, or whirl you" a waltz with ns clumsy a grace as any of tho rustics who grin and gazo at him. As n*rriombcr of tho corps do ballet, ho may hold up his head or his log anywhcro ; os a singer, I fear, ho-would provo a failure. Yet tho family voico is not without flexibility, and M. Agassiz has so far assimilated., tho crios of animals to human tongues, as to affirm that it would bo easy to discern tho growling of différait species of hears ono from tho other, in tho snmo way and by tho. " same process that linguists resort to demonstrate tho re- lation which exists ' between Grcok and Sanscrit. But Bruin's docility is moro agrocably exemplified ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SHATTERED BY THE FIRST STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

SHATTERED BY THE FIRST STORM. AT tho ripe ngo of twenty-one, Harry Melvillo decided to go into business on his own account. -. '. .J,' -? " Wait until you aro twenty-five," said Harry's pru >dont father. ? . - >. "".'.': .'And lose four years 1" returned Harry, almost'with indignation; " It is folly." " And gain ton," said old Mr Morrillo, " Tho earlier a young mon.goes into business tho oftener he lios got to fud boforo he grows wiso enough and strong enough for success';" My adrico is to wait until you' aro thirty. There will bo ten chances in your favour then to ono in your favour now." .' ':: Harry, however, considered' his ' father old-fashioned, and behind tho times; and so let his prudent counsel go for nought. Harry lind been throb yonrs in a city houso, and considered himself fully posted up . in -business mat- ters,' and quito equal to the common run of traders. In- deed, his talk on matters of trudo was quito edifying ; and nn unitintcd listener could hardly havo fa...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE HORSES OF THE PAST SEASON. THE TWO-TEAR OLDS. To the Editors of Bells Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

- TÍIE, HORSES OF THE PAST SEASON. .j,,vg? THE TWO-TEAR OLDS. ))!:¥ Xo the Editors of EelFs ¿¡fe in Sydney. *. GENTLEMEN,-Never perhaps sinoc Now South "Wales has boon a colony, have, tn'oro umiuurea upon nor turi, in ono season, so creditable a lot of two-yenr olds, tis wo hni-o seen during tho ono just drawn to a close ; and, out of all that havo boen brought to ' tho post, thoro is liardly ono from which -good things may not be looked for tn futuro. Dut great as is tho improvement already noticeable, it is still cnpablo of further ostensión ; and I doubt not to seo tho field of youngsters Inrgoly in* creased, both in quality and quantity, when nost autumn bringa tho two-yoar-oldn on to our courses. I ain n staunoh. advocate for tho encouragement of breeding, by good stakes and plenty of them, for both twoand thrcoycar olds i but I have so frequently tackled thia subject, that I think your readers, as wall as myself, must bo tired of it. ^fortunately I noed nbt, on the present occ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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RANDWICK SPRING MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR THE FREE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

EANDWIOK SPRING MEETING. ?WEIGHTS TOB TUB FHEB HiswcAr¿ Den Dolt, 0 yr«, Sat 71bs Veno, «yr»,Sit ¡libs Shamrock, li yrs, Sst albs Tartar, fl yr«, 8»t I21bs ? sheet Anchor, fl yrs, Sût lolbs > Flying Doc, a yrs, Hst albs Stranger, 6 yrs, Sst Sib» Peter Possum, 6 yrs. Sst Bibi « Eugenic, S yrs, Sst Albs Koh-i-noor, S yrs, Sst 61bs Alfred. 4 yr«, «st ill!« * ' i Swindler, 6 yrs, «st 21bs Pan O'Connell, fl yrs, 8st albs. Jcssina, fl yrs, 8s121bs Transit 4 yrs, Bat Marquis, 4 yrs, 7st I21bs Larry, 0 yrs, 7st 1 libs Lilla, S yrs, 7st Ullin Jenny Lind, S yrs, 7»t albs New Chum, 4 yrs, 7st 71b> . Duchess, fl yrs, 7st albs Fenelia, s yrs. 7st iib« Problem, 6 yrs. 7st Slbs Eclipse, 4 yr«, 7st21bs Mng-on-the-uinp, 4 yrs, 7st 2Ibs Jllunchv, 4 yr«, 7st Easy John, 4 yrs, 7st Kyogle, 8 yrs, fl« C. out of Counteis, 3 yrs, 5st 71bs . " ' \ ' Trliicoroalee, J yrs, Sst 7ibs.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

TROTTING.-A match has been made between Mr. Foster's black mare and Mr. Mortimer's grey maro to trot three miles under Baddie on Randwick coarse during tho spring meeting, for a " century" nuido . and, as both are much fancied, a largo amount of money will undoubtedly depend on tho result.-'Ibo grey is the mme marc that beat the Mclbourno horso over Randvick, last September ; and tho black marc was brought fiom Melbourne in April, but what her antecedents ors wt do not know. TUE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION RACE.-Thc Inst a;t in connection with this ruco has only lately been accom- plished, namely, tho presentation by John Tait, 15si]., of a handsome and valuable silver cup to Mr Michael Ford of Ipswich, at whoso stables Tho Champion Muro""Zoo" was domiciled during her stay in Queensland. Tho Cup bears a suitable inscription, showing that it was given to Mr Ford by tho ownor of " Zoo" to mnrk thc appre- ciation in which tho latter held tho stmightfonvnvd kindness ho had met with during tho t...

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WARWICK RA.CES. (From the North Australian, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

WARWICK RA.CES. fFrom the North Australian, Juli/ 30. STEWARDS.-A. Wienholt, Esq., J.'BeHchor, Esn.:, C. B. Daveiioy, Esq., Charles Chirk, Esq., S. W. Alford, Esq., Hr. J. J. Kingsford, Mr, S. Burrowes, and Mr. ^AUon. . . - ¡ JuncfE.-Hubert Evans, Esq. CLERK -OP TUB COTJBSIS.-Mr. BTcnry Mitchell, Tü*BSDA*Jry JUTTiT 23llD. ' Tho weather was Uno, nnd although tho town showed hut little sigijs of lifo, tho race-course about half-past elovon bogan to assurno a gay nppoaranco, tho squatters arriving four-in-hand, and numbers of vehicles thronging to tliosccno of action, besides all tho beauty and rhi 1 -valry being gathered there from the Downs-equestrians Bonio hundreds-nnd tho populaeo, who now nnd thon endeavoured to enlivon tho sceno by a little quiet "mill," which tho intervention of friendly constables p-roventcd continuing. Tho following ii tho result of tho first day's proceedings :- \ For THE MATJDBII- PEATE of £50, with a sweepstakes of £2 each for second horse. ; Mr Flemming's...

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EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN MELBOURNE. (Before His Honour the Chief Justice.) Saturday, July 27. BARBER V. COBB AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN MELBOURNE. (Before Sis JTonoitr iUe Chief Justice.) Saturday, July 27. ' r BAUSKB T. COBU A>D ANOTHER. 1 Tho plaintiff is Thoma? Harbor, who about tho omi of 1859 was tried for n felony of deep dy'o at G-çblong, eon:, victed, and sentenced to imprisonmont with hard labour for throe yoars, but who has boon lot out on tickotj-of loaro. Tho defendants aro Joseph Cobb, who was trans- ported to Tasmania from tho United Kingdom, in 18371 and Bridget Burbar, othorwiso Cobb, who as Bridget Shorlook, was transported frönt England tO; Tasmania in ,18-H, and is plnimod as wife by Cobb on.á'jiiarriugó hr Launceston in 1815, and hy Bnrbor on n marriage- in this colony in.1858. Tho suit is brought to stay ari action nt law brought by Cobb against Barbor, .upon a money bond in tim common form, to soouropayment for £2,500, ttiven by Barber, by tho, mime of Barbour, to Bridget Cobb, iii !t liât.mime, on tho 16th of Novombor, 1853,'on tho recited consideration ¿f nionoy ther...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CRICKET AND THE COLONIES. (From the Field.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 August 1861

CRICKET AND TICE COLONIES. ("From the Field.J ? .Wo remembor well tho timo when tho cricketing talent j of Englandi centered in somo half-dozen countios j When Snrroy,-Kont,- Snssox, Hampshire, and' tho metropolis, | with tho-exceptions, porhapB, of Nottingham andi the publio schools and universities, wore tho only nurscrios of our-national gamo. Wo need hardly remind our readers of tho wonderful nltoration that a fow years have effected ¡ how, in overy part of tho island, and oven in Scotland and Ireland, by steady but sure Btops, tho taste for this manly pursuit has been gaining ground. Within a fow wooka from tho present timo half tho aristocracy of England, bf ? both Boxes, will bo assomblod to Boo the friendly .contest of'Iforth mid South, of Oxford and Cam- bridge, bf Eton, and Harrow, of Gentlemen and Players, and of représentatives from ovoiw proviheo in England. It boots not how'to tell nf old-fashioned twisters! or modern paco j of tho fino old times when , wo ,went in a p...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A LUOASIAN OPIKION DU TUB -MINISTIIT.-We lai week expressed our feúra that thu ufltclul nonchalance ex ¿¡bited by our honorable friend, Mr, Charlen Cowper, tu ward« tba Lord Mayor and tho select party of " good an great raen" who waited upon him to tender their invalu able advice to n bewildered (lovcrmneut, would serious! damage thc decaying popularity. of the " pcoplo1 ministry." We rcgrot to say that our anticipations huv been realised to an alarming extent, and that tho warm tl of a once great friend has cooled into, tho icy iro of a stout a foo. John Lucas, Esq., H.P., J.P., has taken u the slight put upon the distinguished deputation of whicl he formed no inconsiderable portion, and lins thunderci forth a denunciation that has caused her Majesty's-Mini «tera to shako iu their Wellingtons. Speaking of tili mott unfortunate interview, Mr Lucas declares it to Iiavi been understood as " privute and confidential," und un turolly expresses his astonishment at see...

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

OYAL VICTOEIA THEATRE. Lessees.Messrs. Raynor and Bind. Stngo Manager. W. Lloyd.' Ballot Alastor.."..M. Schmidt. GREAT SUCCESS OP " Ii Y S T E Ä . s ; OIUND - ITALIAN AND ENGLISH - OPER A COMP A N Y. Conductor ...........A. RoifT, Junr. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10th, 1861, Will bo sung, for tho last time, Bellini's Grand Opera ' ' ? of -LA SONN A M B U L A. Count Rodolpho.Mr P. Howson. Elvmo...MrUonry Squires. Allessio...Mr Frank Trevor. Torosa...Mrs. Andrews. Lisa...Mrs. Ada King. - Amina...7..Mudamo Lucy Escott. To concludo with tho Romantic Ballet of LA D E L I R E D * U N PEI NT RE. Murillo (thoPainter)......."Monsieur Schmidt. Ignacio (his Pupil)...Monsieur Chambers. - Tho Countess del Torco Vicoho.Mdllo. .Therese Incidental Dances. ' ' - Grand Pas d'illusion Mdllo. Therese Burlesque Srianish Dance.....Mons. Chambers. - To conclude with the celebrated Fas des Follies...By Mdllo. Thercso, Mons. Schmidt, and Ladies of the Ballet. - Doors open at half-past 7 ; Orerturo to commonce...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

Belt's Wa m Sydney and Sporting ChronkU 1* published tvary Saturday morning. Country Subscribetfcprlll 1* rccelycd on par ment of Six Mimina) In Adcanre, vii, fS< '1 he «narien end on the list March, lOtli Jnne, 30th September and Stat Decembar, reapectlvcly, at which periods onlv can Subscribirá rosten or» paylnit up arrears Partlea subscribing In the rnlddleof a Quarter will only bo ohnrged from tho dnte of their comnicneliiK AiHtr lUementa must specify In writing on tho fnc« oCUmn the numttr or Insertions, or they will bo continuad and choread according!; ? till countermanded. _

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

SLAVEIIOIJMNO- IÎÎ jririr ÇSITJD SrATES -t-TKero are about 317,500 slaveholders mall; of whom two hold above 1000 slaves, n»no hold betn-eon BOO and 1000. The holders of ono «lave oro 68,820. Thoso is ho havo be- tween ona and five clavos aro tho tho most numerous, being 105,688 Each master holds on the average nip* slaves.

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Gallant Fight between HARRY BURGESS and JEM CLAEKE (of Liverbool) for £100 aside. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

HJURZ Gallant Eight Letweea ' JEM CLAEKE (of Liverbool) BURGESS and for £100 aside., ' When the oxcitomont produiod by tho result of "the event" hod subsided,' preparations were commenced for the contest between these mon, who had agreed to light in tho same ring. ' Tho Corinthians had again comfort- ably seated tkomiolvcs near tho inner ring, and all wero brimful of expectation] Koither of thornon is muoh known to pugilistic famo, Clarke,'who ¡sr doing a thriving businoss in liverpool as a publican, hav- ing only fought twico in tho l'.It., and the result of those ciicouiitorH will li« f»unil duly'-recorded In Fistiana. If Jem has not attained anything liko lead- ing honours as a first-class paster of the art, yet none will attempt to deny that winterer he may lack in scien- tific acquirements, in tho ate great essential-courage -:ho has proved himself to vi inferior to no mnn tliut over pulled olf his " ileah-bagl within the ropes. Clarke, who is 36 (not 87, as wo inadicrtcntly Bt...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ASCOT BACES. TUESDAY, JUNE 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

ASCOT BACES. T0E8DAV, JUNE 11th. Tho Got» TASE, given by Her Majesty, added to a Swcop stateu of 20 sovs each j three year olds 7st 71bs ; four 8st lOlbs ; five, six, and aged Ost Olbí ; mares and goldings allowed 51bs ; certain ponaltics and allowances; two milos ; 10 subs. ¡ Mr Sa7ilo's Parmesan, by Sweetmeat, 4 yrs, Sst I01U...T. Aldcroft 1 T. Valentine's Silvcrhalr, S yrs, 7at 21b.Cholloner , 2 Count V. tie Lagrange1* Itoyallleu, 9 yra. 7st 31b...II. Grlmaliaw 3 Lord Allcsbury's Ulm ti ne-, S yrit Hat 121b.Ii. Snowdon 4 Mr Hamilton's b c Aurelian, 3 yrs, 7st 31b....llldgeley ; 5 Gi.-Uwickft's Bbony, 4 yrs, Sst 101b.G. Fordham 6 ¿lellon's Sporting Life, 3 yrs,7«t2lb.J. Snowden 7 Lord Lincoln's Lupus, 8 yrs, 7st71b.Clement 8 I Botting : 4 to 1 each agst Royallieu and Aurelian, 5 to 1 each agst Parmesan and Ebony, 6 to lagst Cantine, 7 to 1 igst Lupus, and 10 to 1 ngst Sporting life. Von in a canter by two lengths. Time, Sm. 55 sees. The ASCOT STAEES of 25 sovs each, 15 ft, and onl...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. --00 RACES ÏO O O M 15. Randwick Spring-.Bept. lain. I3th, and 14ih Illawarra .-Oct. I6th, lath, and 17th. Emu Vlaltu. i.. ..December 26th, < Uanclwlcte Kew Year'» Dar Hacci.Jan 1,1862. . i ! VICTOnlA. ,' . , , Jockey Club Spring Meeting 1200o' -Guineal itakei).October Turf Club Spring Meeting (Melbourne 1 Cup).November. , TA8MAMA. Champion Race-Meeting..December 3rd, 4th. and 5th

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13, Berkeley Squire, June 17 61. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

I 13, Berkeley Squire, June 17' 'C1 I Dear Sir,-I have Just received your letter of the 10th of April, and having many pleasant reminiscences of happy days and old friends at Sidney, 1 am elad to have the opportunity of making myself useful. - -A« by Rule 1, llorac! daic their ages from the 1st August, every 1st of August adds one year to their age; as in England, a colt dropped on the 31st of December becomes a yearling th« following day, I should advise you to name a standard weisin for a natter i we have done so to prevent fraud and deception ; If yow do not weigh the riders, i Featherstone may be-lit 71b and the otfacr 7st 121b, and the handlcappcr out of lils reckoning. For-your Rule 3, let mc recommend our Rule 4. Your Hule G we have omitted, because it le 1000 to I against a rider being found on the spot who can ride within the margin of '¿lb extra. Kui« 19, a jockey must weigh willi ha saddle. To Bitting Rule 2. add-" Or if a horse be disqualified for incorrect pedigree or n...

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LATEST BETTING- IN MELBOURNE. VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. (From B. L. in Victoria, August 10) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 August 1861

I LATEST BETTING- IN MELBOURNE. ' YIOropiAîf.TTJKE' SUBSCRIPTION BOOM. (From B. Ii. in Victoria, August IO.) lioso VT.-This bciujr the occasion of tho half-yearly mooting of tbo Jockey Olub tho room waa unusually well uttended t whilst business nlso was much brisker tlian on ordinary nights. In r« the Cup, we obdorvcd, for tlio first timo, n desiro to invest on tho Sydney bordos, of whom Archer was backed freely at 100 to 4, anti Exctor tit 200 to li Mr. De Moatvo's third nomination, Inheritor, wni only talked of, though an oxtrome' prioo would havo boon taken about; bim. Defence also carno out of his shell again, mid at 200 to 5 was backed to win upwards of a thousand. Both' tho Adoluitlo mures lind their inende, Stormy Petrol nt 100 to -A, and Midnight at 100 to «I ! and of the young ones, tbo bookmakors woro soon tired of laying 100 to 5 agst Medora, vrhioli price was eagerly talton about ICnglu's l'limic Of the Two Thous- and Guineas, tho most in demand was " tho Plumo" at 10J t...

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