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MINING. TALBOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MINING. TALBOT. Oat proapecti are atill brightening, nod tbe day ii not far dleUnt when Talbot will take bet proper poiilion amongat tbe gold fielda towna—If not In the highest tank, etUI wlib tbpie who hare plnok enough to fight bard for tbe attainment of that object. Tbe claipiaon the Mount Lead are father opto than holding their own. Darlingi washed op 18oa. frvm twenlv-fife loada. They lost the"faro"tatbeeariypartof tbe weeb, and thsaCausedadelay of two orthte . three daya, or tbefr retotna wooldln ali probability bare been doubled. Pioneers, 8fi|oi, expected now,"but -were Impeded by the foal air; tbty. however, expect shortly tofcreak into fheOriental workings and the ventilation of the jslne wllltben be all right. Perae reribce Company iBtornedfl0os.l3dwi, in dadlog » nice little 7ps, jnugget. Great Tunnel, lfiot. The Sonfoero Oipea Com pany ere through tbe roCk nt a depth of •boot 148 foot, nod expCctto bottom at abtmt twenty to thirty leat room; should they get on the gplde...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ZOOLOGY. [From the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, March 22, 1864.] Notes on the Didwanculus strigirostris, or Toothbilled Pigeon. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

ZOOLOGY. [From the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, Haroh 22,1864.1 I &ToUt on ike JHduncmlu* rtrimrotiru, or Zbo/A billed Ptpao*. Bj Dl Gsoboe BxKirnx. Hiring fortunately obtained by purchaae a liring pair of thoae singular and rare birds, the tooth-billed pigeon fDtdmcalw rtrigi rottru), which had been brought from the Bemoan or Navigators' Islands to Bydney, Hew Bouth Wales, an opportunity has hem afforded to me of attentively watching their habits in captivity. To guard against the event also of these valuable birds dying, I aTailed myself of the services of Mr. E. Thomas, who made an excellent drawing of them from life in their most natural attitudes; and his drawing conveys an accurate idea of the peculiar expression of three retnarkablo birds when alive. I hare seen a tracing of this drawing for insertion in the Ilhutivtei London Am; and should the bird now on its way to England die, I shall be able to amid the society an accurate coloured representa t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL NOTES ON SOILS. No. III (Continued from The Australasian of Oct. 15.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

USEFUL NOTES ON SOILS. '■ fto. in. . (QmfiM flvmTke AttMralaiian qf Oct. 15.) - Uypsum b applied u a mineral manure to grasslands. It ia not ilwaya effibociotte, probe Up became tlie eoil alreadp oontalni It in euffl cient abundance for tltf wants of tlie gramec In Amelia theefltetk of iypeumon the gnseef 'hare been highly advantageous,.. It mi firet brought into notice by Franklin; He sowftdthe words, "Thb bet been town with gjpeam," on e field of lucerne nCtr Washington. The effects iitoniebed every one erlio /sew it. To increase tlie growth of plants, the practice 4* loeflbrd them an in created amount of foodi' dbtributcd in euch a depth of well-pulverised toilj at the roote can penetrate to, moistnre, heat, and air, baring aocete from the permeable atata of the toil j and the/should be partially eheltered from winds to guard agaimt sudden deeiocation. Bliading prerente the cooling effects of eraporalion and radiation. The beet eoil for garden porposea b a friable or eand/ loam, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YEOMAN MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

YEOMAN MISCELLANY. to toll, «tir.^«.r i ff " Irnak continue to be EETiL %®* Tt97 fio« flih We ktel, been lito.-Jtabni('jjM(~ r iW SaSX" J*™"*"-™* Mer ^^^^tmitontood. Heart. Gr»h,ro ^ wSLtori^n "?* tf&Uwnll, end JffwjMV a the dubict of Land', r^j 5^-JWd "»■ *• -1.^° ■gy.B^rln ""by P»H» of the Kant. *bV. t*Td b*d< "re prevalent and the neighbouring tettlera htrefor tome time Py» «° torge nnmnti^y ftmrf cbjo for Birerine ttemoew.—Btrfetai £»*Cf o? j4aB?,-J)r, Moore, tbe wto El*?I**3" °f effedrfltouS, boayMid muid:—" Atedpole confined in dart neee would.never become a fi», aod an in Wn^UlfobMrfl 3©s355»"3b«: Sgg^ae fobow- under all theee prirationa andall^! fife *" ^b08*, CT«7 part of tbobodv. | ?.,*? *" P*"*" » ttatted dim*. SSS^^trfsS of (be ^rwt, ud totillr Mumni 2a,"L2v-—ssrs f™*? rmtonaBTBs Wrernt. ( s«s-ji;e£s 'n a {ridge of earth, mi tame n,3; «rencbdi|fi.efeet aide, one foot bekmtbe S^geaA'Sta.S f^c^ A«md«ewith '* 001 U»e iSSi ^&%£$SU?V w«r»»

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UTILISATION OF SEWAGE. (FROM THE [?] [?] SEPT. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

tofequfnfettiii <h*Ut i»jjj| sM £^P ■tesss •fll,teT| meen* offertiMngland most therefore be resorted to. Tour committee hiring elemlned the ohsir man and engineer of the Metropolitlan Board ■ of Work*, are of opinion thit mote might bate'twill done bythat Boardtowsrdstho profitable use of the sewage of London lAnd that tbe completion of the outfall sewage of the metroplia ought, at the earliest possible moment, tobS. followed by the adoption of a system ^wHA 'ttay convert, friat iewage from a inuiuiice into a permanent and increasing source of agricultural fertility. ! There can be no doubt ai to the injury i which tcsulta from the practice of conduoting eewsge and other refuae matters into the rivers, from whence numerous towns, and villages, and country populations derive their water supply. It isimperatively necessary that such a practice should be discontinued. No efficient artificial method has been discovered to purify, [ for drinking and culinary purposes, water wh...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28. THE GEANRY STAKES, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

Wednesday, Sept. 28. THE GfiAXBY BTAXB3, Of 80 tort, each, 80 ft., far two-year-olds. Colte, Sst. 101b. | fillies, 8st. 61b.; winners extra. From the Turn of the Lends in. 13 sabs. Count F. do lagrnnge'e Rothom&go, by Monarque, 8st, 101b. (Edwards) ... 1 Lord Oorentrr's Chimney Sweep, Sst. 101b. (J. Adams) 2 Mr. G. Bryan's Ostregor, 9»t. (inc. 71b. extra) (Cnstsnoe) 3 Mr. Perry'* Oenetnl Bally, Sst. 101b. (Boyoe) ... 4 Betting.—6 to S on Ostreeor, 5 to 2 agst Bathomago, and 4 to 1 agst Chimney Sweep. Chimney Sweep, getting the best of the start, made the running, followed by Bothomsgo to half-way in the rails, where the latter caught the leader, and won very cleverly by a leagth. The favourite, who was beaten early in the toor, finished q wretched third.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. TUESDAY.—SEPT. 27. THE HOPEFUL STAKES, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

NEWMARKET FIR8T OCTOBER MEETING. TUESDAY.—Sept. 27. THE HOPEFUL BT1EES, Of 40 sova. each, h ft, for two-year-olds. Colta, 8st. 101b. j fillies, Sst. 81b. Certain penalties and allowances. The second re ceived 50 sots. Last half of Ab. M. 39 subs. Connt Batthyany'e Paritan, by Warlock, 9st. 61b. (inc. 91b. extra) (Custanoe) ... 1 Mr. J. Palmer's Kate Hampton, 8st. 81b. (Norman) 2 Mr. Sntton'a Garderisure, 9st. 31b. (inc. 91b. extra) (Thomas) 3 Mr. C. Alexander's br f Cordelia, 8st. 111b (inc. 31b. extra) (E. Sharp) Dnke of Beaufort's Todleben, 8st. 131b. (inc. 31b. extra) (Pordham) Marquis of Hastings' lady Egidia, Sst. 111b. (inc. 31b. extra) (J. Adams) ... 0 Sir J. H&wlev's b f Qouri, 8st. 81b. (Wells) 0 Mr. C. P. Hudson's Tilt, 8sL 101b. (J. Goster) Count F. de Lagrange's b c Doge, 8aL 101b. (Edwards) Mr. Meny's b f Queen Mary, 8st. 81b. (H. Corey) Mr. Morriss's Shrapnell, 9st. 21b. (inc. 61b. extra) (Aldcroft) ... Mr. Naylor's b f Frarolina, Sst. 81b. (Cha loner) Lord Sta...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COLLIERS'STRIKE IN STAFFORDSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE COLLIERS'STBlKElNBtAF^j The great ooilierr ttrlke in Ruw-^., ] which had begun to n'tutoe alatmlti* portion! and dovelope tome ugly ■ •how* eigne of caring In, M*oy tv.J!!°^ i of men have recommenced work. uJ«l would trtnrn to the pile were it not Intimidation and terrorism exereh^u trade*; union agtUtw*. 8^11?.^ have be>n mad* to blow up f*nitlur?i? gunpowder in the middle of the hum* ^

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAMS. TALBOT.FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

TALBOT.^unur. Bn adetnffs vrry Hull, with duwnward ten dency, Large an iv»li< tiom Adelaide during tlm week have lully (applied the markets. CMIInn difficult- of oil1. Tie h»i vest iti the western districts to very laige. The whoat crop to tlio beet fur mauy jeans. Balled,-Triton, for New Bsd'ovd; I.kdy Yon eg. and Telegraph, f<« Bclnbaue: Falnr llock, for Bouibon; Uhi N-v'w, tjr BUanshal. ADELAIDE,'THDMDit. The Beatrice airlved lot night ft .m the Northern Territory .being obliged tor? turn |q ci Beeqnenco of the Ill-health of Ooratnuutar Hutch con. A. letter bu bseo received advising the toiel disorganisation ol the pmty. Mr; Ward, chirk iu charge, aud aeooautaut, has been mepi uded, aa abotbe captain of the Yalta, To-day the pectus are tnl ttf letters, com jihiubigof tho O.iveri-mottt Beridcot. Two deaths have ex carted, aud flu party arc very shoit of i<r< vtolons, snppUsi front Timor bariug proved faranort or what #a» aiitlriiated. Th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWMABKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETING. TUESDAY, OCT. 11. THE CLEARWELL STAKES, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

NEWMABKET 8K0OND OCTOBER MEETING. TcEflDir, Oct. 11. TUX OLSABWBLL BTim Of 30 aora. each, 30 ft, for two-year-olds. Colts, 8st. 101b, i fillies, Sat. 81b. T.Y.O. 4i subs. Count F. de Lagrange's b o Gladiateur, byMonarque (Edwards) 1 Oapt. Whites brc Joker (Ohaloner) ... 2 Marquis of Hastings's bro Pantaloon (Ford ham) ... ... ... ... ... 8 Mr. T. Valentine's Boginella (31b extra) (French) Mr. G. Bryan's oh o Gstregor (61b. extra) (Doyle) 0 "Sir B. Bulkeley's Don Botilo (Boyoe) - ... 0 Mr.Fleming's Newoourt (Sharp)... ... 0 Oapt. Grey's oh c Heir-at-Law (J. Ad&roij 0 Mr. Merry's b o by Oulston—-Vest (31b. extra) (a. Corey) ... 0 Mr. Nigbt'e Verderer (Sib. extra) (Judd) . 0 Baron Nirihre's bo Solitaire (Alderoft) ... 0 Mr. J. Palmer's Kate Hampton (E. Harri eon) • ... ' Batau RotbschQd'a b f Maid Marian (31b. extra) (Wells) ... ... . Battuic.—7 to SagstGUdiatear.S to lagst Joker, 10 to 1. agat Kate Hampton and i Verderer, and 100 to 6 eaoh agst Vest oolt and Oatngor. Ibe start...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT. DEC. 12,1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

WOOD'S POINT. (rBOll THE COBUSFWDUT or TBI AMDS.) Dm. 12,1861. TekiDg opmy account of the claims it the neighbourhood of the Ail Nldoiii where I left iff in my lut lttter. and golnt sjuih tniinrf, I e>me to the g«» Prince of Wtltt culm, formeily known as Ojx end Donaidsouk, hot now amalgamated, end worked in • most satisfactory manner. Months ago very rich atone was ob tained from these claims and crashed In what to known as the An Nations machine— with hot poor result, owing, as aoue aawrt, todtftcte In the mscUine-tahlee, which hare slr.oe been altered, end, in jot tics to Mem Sherry and Jack, the present proprietor* I am bonnd (o say that the tables now In am ere exceedingly well laid down: hot water to available, aid the stuff, after pea Jog over twenty feet of rlpplev, copper. and Maoketing, to conveyed by a wooden trough over fresh tibiea, that preventing the chaooe of any gold being lost crashing, the*AjaehoJdm is'oa and Dovaldson'a boldly sunck in for a lower lead by mean...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—DEC.15. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ABHIVED.-Psc. 16. Barwon, s.s., 450 tons, James Loa-rio, froa New castle, N.S.'W., «lt Sydney, 12th in*t. Passenger*— w»l«*on: Visa Goldam.ili, Messrs lUvta, l)niat*lek, lluxtab'e; and eleven in the slcer4«:c. i>. Little, agent. City of Lsunceston, a.*., 4^0 tons, A. T. Woods, from Launcoton 14 ih insU Passengers - saloon: I.'cv. — Bodgscn, Mrs. and Mln Hodgson, Hev. tL P. , IlarrD and lira, llarrin. Mr. and Mn», BlonmBeld, Mi*. ! and Mn. Buckley, Mr. and Mr*. W. 0. Smith, Mrs. I .owls and servant, Mrs. Fetich, Airs. Cos, Mr«. and Mite M'Eachem, lire. Levy and family (four). Miss deitam), Messrs- Young, O'Neil, Fairthorne, Lang liatn, Masters, Binka, Andreaa, Ye1 and :mnd flftoen in the steerage. Wm. Baylet and Co., agenta. Maria Rote, Hawalan barque, 470 ton*, David Host, from Hong K'tig 16tb October. Passengers—101 Chinese. Kong Meng and Co., agent*. Nicolas Gerard, French barque, 309 tons, V. B^is tier, from r.wvCbow.Foo IStb September. No...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

COMMERCIAL Thursday Evening. Business Temtineiu a very quiet state; nor are we likely to see any improvement uitii the Christmas holidays are over, and the conn try is in possession of the Treasurer's financial propositions. A large lot of brandies was offered by auction, but the sales were not numerous. Renault's dark and pale brought 6s. 4d. The same description of pale in cases brought 23s. Five hundred cases of Deinhard's No. 2 moselle brought 46s. Pale sherry fetched 88s. (duty paid), and amon ttlado went at £61 per butt. Two hundred j easel sherry brought from 28e. 61. to 24s* and three-diamond port £39 per butt, in hhds. 1 [-casta and quart el-casta All the otber lots were withdrawn. This sale affected the market to acme little extent, end prioesmty be said to he 1 lower. MarteH'idark brandy, in quarter casks, is now quoted at 8a The demand for bottled ale and stout is easier. Bulk scoot is scarce ; in the market. Sales were effected to-day of Manilla rope at £48 per ton for ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

BENDIGO BACKS. Wedaodtr aad llintv, Uth «al 16th i December, 1861 Stawhfd*—Kmh. Sm, \ Styex, O. Webiter, E. O'Keefff, D.M.Btrty, E. Sow, 3. WU«on, T, ITDwraUh, H-SUrk*, and 3. Oolller. Jnife—lb, B. WaUoa.! SUiter—Mr. E. Kettla.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACES TO COME. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

RACES TO COME. |S1, 22—Hamilton Bun. .26—St. Kild* Baoes. B6, 27—Woodend Bmm. 26, 27—Ballan Basel. 27, 28—Yarhindandah Basel. 27,28—Mojston Base*. 29,30—Bmnxhobne Baoes. Jkxvtxr. 2—Emerald Hal Trotting Beset. 2—Prahian Bases. 2,3—Beaufort Baoes. i 6,6—Portland Bases 17,18,19—Canterbury (N. Z.) Champion Meeting. 19, 20—Gcelong Base*. .4, 25—Waugarmtta Bases. Fsbsuikt. 1, 2—Talbot Basel. 2,3—Eutherglen Basse. 2, 3—Wsbgonjah Basel. 9,10,11—Obutern Bapes. 4, IS, 16—laooeestoa (TDX,) Champion . i Hicn. 36,17—Hajletford Bases. 23,24—CreewiA Bases. 23,24,25—BeeohwOrtfc Bases. liases. 9,10—Benalla Been. 10,11—Melbourne Antnmn Bases. 16,17,18—Albury (NB.W.) Baoes.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

ANSWERS TO CORRESPON DENTS. •' WAKnAtrE."—War.Eagle,JBee-Hunter, end Prairie-Bird were Valentmg'is bat racing produce. Warbawk vu nerw raced. ■< 0. T."—The Cure wai not nearly related to Alice Hawthorn, although Heeeeltine trained both—oooaaionally entered M l(r. Salrin't. 'Hie Cure waa by Phyaioian— Morael; Alice wu by Holey Moloob—Ke bccca, by lottery. "FoiroBB."—Sir Joecph Hawley inn to " cberrv color." Hr. Bowee'e Uadk eoold not be properly deeeribed at" oherry oolor." "Jamts N."—Send a full deeeription of the horse to the stewards. " Batebfobd."—Secundus Is own brother to Brownlock, by Premier—Enigma. "6. 8."—Cowl was Crucifix's first foul; he was not entered in the Derby or St. leger. " Kativb."—The three-mile races for Queen's Plates in England and Ireland are eeldom nmrd, but it cannot be doubted that tbey air mostly run faster than three-mile noes in Australia, that is, where they an ran at any pace all or nearly all the way. Ooea- * sionafly, in audi long jonmey...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSES AND HANDICAPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

BOBSES AND HANDICAPPEB& ; Under the preeent ejretem of raoing, - me of the noet important fonotiont of 1 toward*. ^ l lormanoe, U the oatmeal of waighta eo «to formnawwd and apoMMftil handi-, i—difficult to 'ond l ■mat Mpentno^ ^ and nxAj 'twined whewcattba*na^paHi«ltt,)r,or U-Mture h*T«Mty,joil#ppei»} the oom. ' Y«*> dk» #f mlgor *!t}™"n n»Wa Jtdd.fr^h wpon the ""•N""* of the DogberrrvwrittW] Ihirutex'ttdM tWcrethnngU £ h -tow few ("ouundii fcopoeitSh 11% Ntng.-w® pdeah * '•jefaooH Pftmoni Puice >( .UMell,' E§ Pet. Hnl8„ 'm I One very positive man will Jay it down that a handicap should ha made solely according topublio running, and another that-the timein which races hare been run jhonldhe chiefly considered, for the watch istrau though the running.a)ay have been otherwise. Both these persona are in a similar position to the folks who'; wash themselves in " painkiller," or dine on ■* Morrison's pilla," for the cure of all j their ailments indiscriminately—treat ment ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

DATES OF ENTRIES, 4a, FOR COMING EVENTS. SO (Tueedap). Untrue for St. KSUUBuee. 10 (Tueed**). Jiomineiiooe for Beednnxth Hkmiom. 6* (Stturdiy). Entriee forBe&nBeoe*. ~ (Wrdneeder). Bntrit* for Broweld Hill Trot, 11 (Stitudi}). Sominetiooe for lelbot Hw dioap. Jevtusr. 2 (Moudej). Farther permeate for 8t. Leger of *68 end '86, Aartrelien Bind Stekce of *68, and Huh' Produce Btekee of 187. 2 (lfoudap). KmWoh for Xmiiiuwlnii Two-je»r*>ld Stekeeeed St, Leger. 2 (Hander). Farther jqiMnli for Weng» ritli Cans* StRVpi> 2 (Tueedey). Houinatiom for Geeloag Criterion Hendifiep and Sleeplothaee. 10 (Tuetdir). dwttowi for Wangeratta Hendww »48tLwr. 12 CnTonS^f. EatrieeforOeetasBaoee. I7{ltaadep). AeoeftMiaee for AnefoeliaB Cap. ■ v i 4 -. 11 (Tueedey). gntafce for fMbat Heme. ' Tmrixr. ■ 1 (Wedneedey). SeotrndpeymAjte for Ade bade Oup. 8 (Wedneedey). looqifoncrefor Beeeh#ortb 'uarm. for UAbeaiaa

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

SPJRiy.OF THE ENGLISH TUflF. Hie metlehJp Bombaybaa brought (porting oeerepapen totinfcfcid October, and new* by■ deotric telagraph to the drdKorember. The moot iraportMit itetnt of/hem ate the raialti of the OeMKwUph and Oambridgeehiw fNalueiidtheBefciii^^ regret the |»m old Gq>tainBe<fcw,aaNfl.kboin jjpototun,'. iho'-ftthof of Hr'r'|ilrfWn deedifa ihe pijekmOom# thirtyyaewbaA ■ bete immorulltad Urn in tin amnio pf that •port. Tbo-JWthW ok«teihn ttoretwmii'f poWto earner i-^-% ■*■■' "ChptainBiohwwOe born lo Hwrfclk.'aod; pal tbeoon of • Mr. Broker, a termer In that, eoonty, who wu*erjr«s»piouotuae a bom man, and the deal of tin leeUnr-breeoheo onainny,'and*MNm*ifablea(nnUfbrtbe hie ridtajaofbr tin judgment he of captain in).*> jnomannrregiment,, nhlobl gen him* *M» mntmg lut -contempt**; ~ , beating Vangaartl aiid.Liverpool J and after ! wards 4ho Grand Aylesbury c'uuaj, boating I Laurreiina (ind eighteen others, including I Lord Wnterford's Lancet and Mr. Jgtnvjre...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL TURF. HYMTHESDALE, BROWE'S AND CARNGHAM TURF CLUB MEETING. SECOND DAY.—FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

r; beaten easily by two lengths, after a slow ran nee. rag aBBirvtu>B haxmoiv, A sweepstaknt'of 5 ears., with 75 sera. ended. Two mile* and a hair. Mr. E. Jillett'a bg Odd Stocking, aged, Bit. 611a (Simpeon) ... 1 Mr. J; Armstrong'* bl g Mozart, aged, 7st. : 81b. (Bill) ... ... .;. ... 2 Mi\ J, Orin'e br m Blink Bonny, aged, 8it. •«K (Grimwood) 8 Mr. J. John'* grg Yorkihireman, aged, Bit. 121b. (Batemnn) ... 4 Betting.—Even on Odd Stocking, 2 to 1 agat Blink Bonny, and 10 to 8 agst Mozart or Yorkihireman. "Won easily by two length*. Time, 4min. 59*eo. the Hsjroioip arEirLSoBeaa, A sweepstake* 7 *or*., with 100 sots. added. Hie second hone to rooeire 20 tor*, from the stakes, and the third to tare hi* stake. About three mile*. Mr. W. Newcomen's b g Longbow, aged lOat. 71b. (Johnson) ... ... ... 1 Mr. 0. Bay'* grg Baron, agad, lOst. 71b. (Kelly) ..." "... ..." 2 tr. 3. Gain's Mr. J. Gain's g? g Blnetkin, 6 yr*., ftrt. 71b. (M'Menemy) 8 Betting.—Even on Baton, 8 to 2 agat Long bow, ...

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