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THURSDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

THrras»AY. JUMf. 18. Tho Br/BonxxY HANDICAP of 25 BOT« each, 10ft, ' and 5 only ifdoclarod,;with 100 added ¿¿winnorá extra j the second'to receive: back Iiis stakef^twö milos and a quarter and 146 yard» ; 61 subs^SO ot whom doclnred. ! MxV. ejwindeUV Weatherbound, by Weatherblt, 4 yr«, 7«t '«lb ' - . . - J. Adams 1 . Manhatl'i Newstead, s yrs, 7«t 21b.3. Snowden 2 H. Jones's Haslem Princess, 6 yrs/ Cit 131b.H.-Bradley a ? ' Hoofs Borderer, aired, 7st lolb...O. Fordham - 0 Slr J. Hawley's Loiterer, 4 yrs, 7»t 71b. Carter 0 Lord Zetland's Carbineer, 3 yrs, fist 131b.II. Grimshaw 0 Ur A. llrovrn's Little Drummer. 3 yrs, 6st Sib.....Drew 0 J. Dawson's Sharpshooter, S yrs. Cst 41b.Honer 0 Lord Ullfden's Anthem, 3.yr», Gat 21b.J. Daley 0 Air D. Land's Ttedpole, 3 yrs. tat 121b.Whitely 0 Greville'« Amy, 3 yrs, Sst I llb.... Parsons 0 Lord Westmoreland's Irene, 3 yr«, Sit 1 llb.lildgley 0 Betting : 7 to 4 agst Carbineer, 3 to 1 agst Weatlicr bound, 8 to 1 each agst Anthem and Newstead, 100 ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ADELAIDE GRAND STEEPLECHASE. (By Electric Telegraph.) THURSDAY, 19TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

- ADELAIDE GRAND STEEPLECHASE. (By Electric Telegraph.) ? TnuKBDAr, 10TH SBPTEUDBQ; ' ' 1 Mr w. Filtrate's b K Kangaroo, 5 yrs.? . ' C. ll. Fliher.sbr or Promoter, 4 yrs......j ; , . P-Jewell's b g Walkover, aged."..;...,.".. .11. EUotfsgglVaiblpke, aged'. " '"' . O

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RHODES v. THE EARL OF CARDIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

RHODES v. THE EARL OF CARDIGAN. We rihe London Èrà) hare been requested to insert tho following award :-. ' ' , (Copy.) ; CAPT; F. RHODES r. THE Esjui pt, CABDIOAK. We, tho undersigned, acting, for and on behalf of tho, above-named parties to this suit, and as tho arbitrators to whom tho decision thereof has been .referred, aro of opinion- '" , " ., ,,. 1. [That tho horse " Ono Too Many." which.is the sub- ject of tliis arbitration, haring been pronounced by two competent, authorities, Mr Maror and Professor Vurnoll, to be; dofectivo in his wind, tho samo having boon des- cribed in.Messrs, Tattersall's catalogue as a hunter, and sold by them, by auction, tb the 3£url of Cardigan, on the 23rdj of May iast, was improperly described on that occasion.. , '-" ????<' 2. ¡Wc aro of opinion that when a horso is so put up for salo, tho word li un tor only, without any ndjectiro (euell as'a ¡ good hunter,- or suporior hunter) lias boon and is held by custom and practice to imply a ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

. Dornt O». MADAME LA. TOUCHE FAT.-We regret to have.to announce the death of this well-known patroness of the Frenoh .Turf, which. took place .at. the Chateau do Fay, on tho 10th July, after a long illness. With tho exception of Mons. Aumont, no stable was .bettor managed or mora .successful on tlio French Turf t and, as it is reported hor nephew will not carry on tho estab- lishment, hor stud will, in all 'probability, be scion brought to tho hammer. - . ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

TUB GOODWOOD COP.-Tho Cup is a massive silver vasa in the Grecian style, the bow enriched with festoons of vine leaves and grapes, in alto-relievo, with handles formed of winged horses; (lie basé ornamented with rich foliage and Bacchanalian heads. The first group in alto-relievo "on' tho' baserepresentstho |attack of the Trojans, iEnoas and Fondants, the rescue of .¿Eneas by Vonüs, nnd tho capture of JEncas's celebrated .horses. Joid.lbbbVv." . " Thus'whilo thoy spoke, tho foo como furious on, . . ". And stern Lycaoh s warlike race begun ; _ Prince, though art met.'.Thoughlate in vain aseail'd, Tho spear may enter wlioro the arrow failed.", Tho second alto-relievo represents the horses being un- loosed from Juno's car, by tho attendant Hours.-Iliad, book: viii. " She spoke, and backward turn'dher steeds of light,- . ? Adorn'd with manes of gold, and heavenly bright.. - Tho Hours unloosed thom, panting as they stood, ..' And heaped their mangers with ambrosial food." It lus boon man...

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NOTTINGHAM RACES. TUESDAY, JULY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

NOTTINGHAM RACES. -TrjMDA'r.'JüLV 16TH. Tho NOTTINGnAiisniBE HANDICAP of 20 BOTS each, h ft, und 6 if declared, with 200 added j the second to re- ceive 60 sovs out of tho stakes, and th» third to aovo his stoke ; winners extra ; two. ihiles and a quarter j 67 subs, 42 of whom declared. '. Up. J. Barber's Prince of Denmark, by Annandale, 8 yrs. Bit Sib . L. Snowden S G. Angeli's Calpe,' 3 yrs, 7«t 21b, (carried 7st 31b).A Edwards' 3 J. Osborne's br f Itoirunond, 4 yrs. Sst 31b .J. Osborne 3 . W.Mcott's Prologue, 4 yr», 8st Alb.:.Metcalfe 4 T. Runt'« Bradfield (late Pedlar), 4 yr«, 7«t 81b......Charlton S Hodirrnan's Heiress, S yr*, Sst 21b.II. Grimshaw 0 Betting : 2 to 1 agsfc Calpe, 100 bo ^}0 agst Prince of Denmark, 4 to 1 agst Heiress, 7 to 1 agst Rosamond, and 10 to 1 agst Prologue; 'Xho running was mode by Trince pf Denmark, with Bradfield and Rosamond at his quar- ters, Calpe lying a length from thom, Prologue next, and ! Heiress in the rear. They ran thus to tito Mansfield tu...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

SYDNEY IIOJISE MARKET.1 " ' ! Meura Bart and Co; notice a' great scarcity of fiesh hone«, few or no country lots coming In.' i The greater portion ortho horses olTered during the week being the refuao of the Dealers' stables willi the exception, of a lot of 8 from Queanbeyan, whlch.were told on a.omlay at very capital prices averaging £23 per head ', nc hftvo olao »old 2eoach stallions, one at £71) and 1 at £31. Jlr Charlo Martyn, reports-Tl« Hone,Market has beenvery ? good tills week, alula ready salo hu been .tnado of all strong and useful horses that hare carne to hand from the country. * A draft of 45 head of colts and lillies from the stud of thc late Henry Osborne, E«i|. was tllipoiedofonThursday and reallied pood, pricesi. anti,a draft of colls and lillies belonging to ll. I. Vf. llurko, Esq, on Saturday lait at equally Hood prices. ,The draught, entire horse " Tom-o'-Lincoln" was sold for £55.- i - Them ls a thorough good market for disposing of heavy draught colts, and upst...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

i MISCELLANEOUS. , BBBAOH OF PBÖjnsB-örBMiro.'y;,, Ai&sov.-This \vas an action brought to recover damnges foir a broach of promise of marriago. Tho plaintilf is a young woman > of 27 years of ago, and had formerly lived m, tito .sorvice of thu defendant, a wheelwright, nt Sutton, in thia country. Tho defondant was said to be considerably over 70, but from Ids appearance, which^was remarkably vigorous and brisk,, ho might havo been far younger. It appeared that tho plaintiif luid loll tho sorrice bf tho defendant about two years and a half ago in tho family way. , The child whioh was born diod shortly afterwards, though it was not suggested that tho dofendant was tho father. Ho shortly afterwards, in company with tho plaintiff, paid a visit to its grave, taking with him flowers, a trowel, and a watoring-pot. Tho visit, however, did not lead to any ulforior results, an.d somo time, about a, year and a half) after tho young lady "kept compnny", for a short poriod' with a mus...

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LATEST FROM THE NEW ZEALAND GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

LATEST ÍBOU THE NEW ZEALAND" GOLD FIELDS. ' ' ' ' ' Tho number of 1 miner» hourly flocking , into Sydney with the intention of talcing ship for tho Tuapeko. Gold Field, urgos upon 'ui; Vtho duty of ad- vising them against a .precipitate departure from this colony.:; for although at ii, undeniable that gold has : boon discovered in sowal'spots, in most 'tempting: quantity, yat-tlio'latest-accounts received by telegram via Melbourne, tell of a -considerable falling off.in, the yield. ' The Aldinga arrived at Mclbourno on Wodnos dsy, ?with 2400 ozs.'from Otago,'sud sixty-sevon returned ' minera, aoine of whom: expressed themselves disgusted ' with tho place. -According to our contemporary's tola- '. grmn, *'they report tho discoinforts at great-no wood, and bad food at extravagant.rates J" Tho cxedus from Melbourne was daily decreasing, .returned miners hav- , big brought euch disastrous reports.; and of the many' ships on tho berth, none were tilling up. Like sensible, men, the miners...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

Department bf Public'Wbrki, ' '?-='? Sydney, 27tU Soptombër, l&Oi; TENDERS FOB PUBLIC WORKS AND : SUPPLIES. '.. ' . . rpENDEBS are invited for the foUovdng PUBLIC .Ji . "WORKS AND'SUPPJ-JXES. ':f;¡ 1 .'J . . For-fail particulars seo Ooiernmeát Gazette',, zFGSt'ót which is kopt at ¿very Police Oilicö.iii the bolony. \ ' ' No.tandur will bo taken into consideration, unloss the' namo of tho work for which ' it is inteudad bo Written on 'tho'cövorv ''.''".' : " '. '" " ''" ' :'"' Na'túro of WorkB and Supplies. Dates to which Tenders cnn., bo re- ceived'' nt thisOfHce' Erection of Court House, Fairfield 12 o'clock, noon, ori Tuosdsyl 1st.' Octo- ber.'''''' Repairs, ka., Telograph Station, öundagai...... ." :.. Erection of Addition to Berrima, Gaol ..I. ' 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, «th Octp Construction of a Bridge at Ryle< . Btonó...;'.".... /.,." ..'...I... ' Construction of . Additions : to :, Stoney Crook Bridge..¿ , 12 o'olóeki noon, on Tuesday,-22nd Octó-, .bari...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

* -;. Asi EVEÍHNÓ nr THÉ' ÍIousij.-Tho' Legislative As "surably hoi boen long andr favourably known us tho most agroiiablo'placó of publia ámusomcut in ouï. gay inetro puliu. Tho rapid production of novelties, thu gouuino luu'uiid.irrojistabio comicalities by wluok this teiujjlo of 'Afouius Ls distinguished, fully'justify tho popularity it hits so long and worthily enjoyed. There aro u. freshness jind; vigour of ideas, and ii koon perception of tho humor ou'i displayed hy tho leading performers that cannot bo too highly commended, whilst the jokes that aro nightly introduced hy thoso ,vory clever arlitles, aro not. only personal, but havo recently taken a political turu that : promises to ronder tho entertainments moro deserving, if possiblo,' of a cbriünutuíoo'of public patronise'" "'\Ye eau imagino nothing moro intensely ' pleasant thantho idea of ono honorable gen'tloman, threatening to tit/him tie .necktie of another by way'of returning the witty coinpli ? mout'of being called a...

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ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

. BOYAL LYCEUM. We find it impossible to award tho palm of superiority in tho representation of anyone of tho aovoral plays pro- duced during tho weok, ihasmiioh os tho company work so energetically together that their rendering of eaeh drama has been faultless ¡ and as regards : novelty and variety joust have satisfied tho most voracious theatrical gour- mand. Ou Monday evoning," Tho Threo Musketeers,'!, dramatised from, .Alexandro Dumas', interuatiug novol, «as most admirably produced, and repeated on Wed - frora pit to. domo, paid n deserved tributo, to tho merita of Miss F, Morgan, who is rapidly attaining a position to which her genius und application fully entitle her, as tho most channing Australian actress of tho day. i :Tbe per- formance selcetod for :this young lady's, bonoflt was.tho, Scotch drama of "Bob, Boy," " and tho, enthusiastic, re- ception awarded tho beneficiara was acknowledged by. her ¡aa speech whioh might-form, a model in. respooti.to appropriateness and ele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

^^^^^^ JLLAWAIUBA. 8. M j COMPANY. WOLLONGONG-Every Mondny, Wednesday! Thurs- . . ' day, arid Friday.- . .'?> . ! .. , KIAMA-Every Monday, Wodncsday, and fFriday, ; S. HAVEN-Every Tuesday and Friday. ' . ULLADULLA.-Every Monday. . , . . f CLYDE RIVER-Every Monday nndThursday, ,. ... } t; MORUYA, QOM? DIGGINGS-Every Monday and "" ¡ - " I Thursday. 7 " ? . . , [MERIMBULA-Every Monday.! , . , .. 620 ' ... MtfDGEE ANH.THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. 1 THE "WESTERN POST"ls tho' only ' popor pub- ' ' ilished at Mudgee. ' It therefore possesses s circu- lation' not exceeded by any paper in tho Western'dis- tricts,1 and affords pociiliar advantages to' Sydnoy ádyer tisors: 'Mudgee is upwards of 100 única from Bathurst, 1 tho nearest town in which a paper is published. The ratoB bf advertising aro liberal, and contracts can bo made with tho Sydnoy1 Agent-Mr.1 EDWARD GREVILLE, 8 Bridge-street. ''. ' ' 1 . V'1;."/.' 628 TriSITORS TO SYDNEY should go to COOKE'S V " Ornamental Hair and Jewellery Estab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

THE TASMANIAN OKAMPIOîï RACE MEETING, . . OF 1861. . PATBOH-Hia Excellency Sir H. 33. P. Younga, . OPE» TO AIL Tit» AVSTULZIAS COM)Mia. . , .. AT WBIOU WIMBI! HÜTT. ?,. . r. . . THB^FOtTETH AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION BAOE, npO take placo on tho Nour Town Raeo Courso, on tho JL 3rd, "Itli, and 5th dû ju of Docembcr<. . STBWAttSS. , , ? l ? . J. L. B. Tabort, Esq. - > John Iiord, E>q; W. JCoornoy, Esq..., Thomas Ifield, Kag. ?W,.Doddory, EBq.j i . Jas.. Lord,. Esq.;. ,. .: John Field, Esq. .. - > . S. Blackwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by oach of the Cobniet. .. . .: ?»".,.-.:¡::<'*-:?,,< STABTEE ¡-Jame» Lord, Esq. OtiBE.OF xas COUHSB s-sT. Eddington, Esq. ; . ASSISTANT DO.-Mr Josh. Wright.. ?<?? THE CHAMPION. SWEEPSTAKES'- DAT. ,. -'. FIRST DAT, DBOEMBSB, 3BD.- . . 9o start at Ono o'clock p.m.-The TOWN" PÍATE, of IOC «VB distance, twice round tho course; Town Platt wights. '. Weights-3 yoars old, 7st ¡ 4 years old, 89I ¿...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

THE SPIEIT OF THE ^WEEK. . , Tho event of tho wook- lins boon, tho . first annual meeting of tho Bide Association at Baud wick-'- 13mineas romains without- any material improvement. '"". ^ Tho Parliamentary proceedings of tho woelc havo been of an oriental character, and in deforonoo to tho Chinese "cry" a very pretty specimen of Algorino Legislation* has passed tho Assembly. ' i '. . a lu tho Council tho Loud Billa havo been roadasocond" timo, and will bo committed next wook. . - Tho Sovereign of tho Seas .has been nuccossfully raised under tho directions of ; Captuin. McKay of tho Naga saki. '*'. .-. -.1 .. A child nomod Clurko; bas'hoon', drownod by falling into a well near his father's- residence ot.. Dawes's Battory. -.-'-y.> v....-. <; Frauds upon tho Bank ,pf Now, Soulh Wales to tho eitont of £5,200, liavo rcoontly cómo do light. One'- of the persons implicatod, s formor clerk of tho bank named Salmon has absconded/ and another, named. Smith' has been committed ...

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REMARKABLE FOOT-RACE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

REMARKABLE EOOÏ-RAOE IN" AMERICA: :: Tho great teu-milo foot-race between two Indians and two white mon, which had been for some timo announced in tho sporting papers, was run on Fashion Courso yes- terday. 'Die mon carno to tho score punctually. at tho appointed hour, looking well. . ".Young, Sport," tho Fulton-market boy, who was to havo been one of the runners, waa not backed, so that, only . four entered. Bennett and Smith, tall, swarthy, Cuttarngus Indians, walked round with the imperturbable gravity of their; race, and evidently viewed their two wliito competitors with complacency, for neither of thom could liave been above five feet six, nor did thoir slight figures promise much in tho way of endurance. "Wluto, tho slimmest of the two, is a London Cockney, twenty six years- of. age, weighs 1301b., and has np. American .reputation os a runner. Ho is slight in frame, but well knit, and was in .first-rate condition. '. Mower, tho other, is also an En gliBürnaii, from Norfolk, an...

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FIGHT BETWEEN CHABLEY BROCK AND NED WHITE, FOR £200. (Abridged from Bell's Life in Victoria, Sept. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

FIGHT BETWEEN" CHABLEY BROCK AND NED WHITE, FOR £200. ; ("Abridged from BclCs Life in Victoria, ßopt. 21. Few fights, cinco tho meeting of Brock and Ecclcson, tiaro boon regarded' with so great an interest ' ns tho one wo uro about to describe, and fewer still havo hud so im- potent and misorablo a termination. Tho: combatants, though possessed in an eminent degree of tho character- istics of their different schools, woro known to bo scien- tific, gamo, and of good stamina. Against tho science, youth, and judgment-cunning, if tho reader like-of Brock, was opposed tho superior strength and weight, combined with a supposed equal cleverness, of White Both, as our readers know, have beon highly successful in tho P.B., and each, since tho ' commencement of tho », mutch, had boen regarded hy his admirers' os a certain winnor. -, But that tho ovont, to suit tho con- venience of tho backers of tho men, was fixed to eotno off ,in a tabooed district (thereby leaving it open to u doubt, which ...

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THE RING. "FIGHTS TO COME." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

?.T.BT.Ü. RI ira. ?"'TIOHTH TO COME.Ív;1' ".W" '; '.. . -s . Oct; M.-Hill Franklin mid M'Nulty.-il'oo.y .0£' - 'The' unsgtísfactory termmatinnof (lie prissaaefbC arms. betiveén^Hórregan, (tlie VjotoriariJ,Spidery). Bnd"Kelly,*naä;beVn'sü^^ peculiar annoyance, viz. the defalcation of thc Stakeholder, Mr HARRY P. MOSTYN, an indi- vidual-we regret that, we cannot now term him a gentleman-who having been engaged onKour.-reporting staiT for _ the last few, years, availed 'himself of that position to get'into his hands, by FALSE REPRESENTATIONS, the money in abeyance. We feel bound in justice to ourselves to tUtc'the'circumstances under which this untoward event .occurred:- The person in ; question, being-expressly mude'aware', atid per- fectly cognizant, of the resolve we had arrived at, and publicly intimated, immediately after; the signing bf'the" Sri ¡clea for the';receht fight between Waterliouséríqd liourke.-^^'iiever on.any future occasion to' hold stakes 'in ä prize-fight,"-never-...

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MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES. (From the Argus, September 23.) SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES. (From the Argus, September 23.) ? ' SiTTJRBAY, 21st SKPTEMBER. Tim MELBOURNE HITKT CUP-A handicap sweepstakes of 5 sors each, for horses tho property of, and to .be ridden by, uiemboru or honorary member* of tho M.H.C., and that have boon regularly hunted during tho season. Distance, about throe miles and a half. Mr II. Kcllsall's b g Jack-up-tlie-Orc!iard, aged, 11st -llb [Air. Coleman.]........ 1 Duppa'n ch R Scissors, aged, l'st [owner]. 2 P. King's bg Jumbo, aged, I2at [afr Farrell]. 3 3. II. Cowell'* ch g I'lvcy, aged, 11st, 41h [owner]. 4 G. Watson's b k g Blackboy, aged, 12st Sib [owner]. 5 Henderson ns. gr K Dayspring, aged, 12st, 71b [Ur Lydlard].T... 0 Betting.-2 to 1 ngst Dayspring, 3 to 1 agst Blackboy, 3 to 1 agst Jack-up-tiio-Orchard, .! to 1 agst Bivoy, 6 to 1 oçst Jumbo. Won easily bjr »ix lengths. Tho TALLY-HO STEEPLE CHASE of GO eora j a. wnlter handicap, open to all horses and riders ; to bo run over tho sumo coursons tho M. H. C...

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THE COLONIAL TURF. (From Bell's Life in Victoria September 21.) VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

, . THE COLONIAL TURF. . - . CFrom SeWtXAfein Victoria, September 21J YIOTOBIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION BOOM. MONDÂT.-On Monday last thora was quito'.a show of members at the room, and business was 1106 only brisk but significant, lío sooner had the curtain riaon than 'Archer was in'hot demnhd for the Cup, whon us most of tlio books are'pretty full against him, the best offer waa 100.to Q; which'was at onoo taken :? 100 to' 8 was after- wards laid ; and ho then roso to 100 to 10, which prico wits taken'at the "brooking'np." . Nothing "striking," occurred anent other entries in tho Turf Club great race, if wo except tho iacreasod farour into which ToryboVj Twilight and Prince had come.. As to .tho Guineas, the declino of Buzzard to 100 to 8 (off), of Midnight to 200 to 16 (tk), nnd of Groy Dawn to-100 to 6 (tk) looked ominous ; whilst, on the other limul, Cumdou was backed for nn even eontury against Mormon,'who was.in groat, force ot 10Ö to' 12 (froely';tokon).... .FovV.tho'. Tasmanian St...

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