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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

j ENGLISH TIME xtr BÍOINO.-Considerable difference of 'opinion existing ns to whether tho time of tho crack horses in England is muoh better than that of. our clippers in tho polonies, we have extracted tho following from tho Sunday Tintes :-" Tho most extraordinary threo-yonr-old porfor manco'is thnt of Sir Tntton Sykes, over tho St. Leger course (1 milo 6 furlongs and 132 yards in length), which he ran in 3 min. 16 sccs., or at tho into of, as ucarty ' as possible, Kt jr sccs, per furlong,' with an . additional year hnd the same weight this'-speod has been exceeded by West Australian, oven ovora longer courso, as ot Ascot, in 1854, when ho defeated Kingston by á hcadonly ¡ run ningtwo miles four furlongs in 4 min. 27 sec.,' or as nearly is possible at tho rato of 13J- seconds per furlong. . This pcrlormnnco is the best bf modem days, considering tho Weight, tho ago, and the distanco; and it will comparo' very favourably with tho oft-quoted exploit of Childers, over tho Beacon cour...

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 — 10 November 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. " MARKIE!) TJTPR"-A geological version of this ad- mired comedy by Buckslone, wns produced nfc tho Cen- tral Polico Court, whon Mrs TChV.nl)eth Foster, a shrewish looking little specimen of fominine humanity, whoso ap- pearance ovidently donotcd that sho had boen wonned on crab apples nnd vinegar, appeared* to answor tho com- plaint of lier disconsolate spouso John, for haring HB ?aultod liini. lîight'nud twenty years haro elapsed BÍIICO tho "happy pair" were made ono ; hut owing to domestic differences? tho loving; conplo have bocii divorced . "a monjil ot tlioro" for fourteen years. As John was pro- ceeding homewards to his mntutinnl meal, about n fort night since, ho received-n "welt on tho back" frorii n juvenile mountain, hurled by tho hand of some Titan, and on turning round to ascortnin to whom ho wns in , debted for rho favour, ? to his inexpressible horror ho behold "tho wife of his'' buzzum" armed with un npron ' ful of similar i;eolocicnl specimens, wh...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE IN-AND-IN SYSTEM OF BREEDING ANIMALS. A PAPER HEAD AT MIE CROYDON FARMERS' CLUB, MAY 5TH,1860. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

THE IN-AND-IN SYSTEM OF BREEDING ANIMALS. A PAPER HEAD AT MIE CltOYBON FAItHEIlS' ChVO, MAr 5T«, 18G0. By J. S/iorthonse, M.D., L.L.B^ of Carshalton. (Continued from our last.) Wilona cross lias boon onco adopted you can only; guard against something monstrous by great discrimina tion and tact in. tho selection of parents; you will, how- ever, have no difficulty in perpetuating a good stock if you stick to the ' puro breeds' or 'races ;' afllnity or re- lationship will then bo of little moment. Tho union of what Horace Walpole called ' Nobody's son with every- body's daughter," is not a satisfactory basis on which to found tho supply of shcop for a great mutton eating na- tion. Everything-depends upon a proper selection in tho first instance, and if " improvement" bo wished for, seek to improve by commingling animals of the * same breed' until perfection bo roached, and I neod not say that perfection cannot bo " improved." Sheep, ns well as human beings, havo hereditary tendencies t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SCENES ON THE DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

SCENES ON THE DERBY DAT. K Truies may "change mid men uiay chango," and no doubt thoy.liare pretty considerably, since we first wen^ to tho Derby' a" (parter of a century ago ; but still we '.cannot conscientiously udd " and customs pass away." Tho Dulce of Grafton talked of old John Day, each with ,his eternal umbrella'under his hrm ; Crockford, with his . flabby face, and his neckcloth twisted round his nock iii '.countless folds" ; tunart little Conolly ;, old Forth and his wliitcluit:" Bill Scott','of fervent speech'; and Jerry, thq protean king of the card-sellers, have died out Bincetlionj and' ildt'left winer Or bettor iii thoir peculiar lines; but all the great features of the festival are immutable; Other amusements'grow stale, but Epsom never does; ?and, in obedience, to the law of Nnturo which makes- tho 'lower orders prefer "Pomona Gardens" to high-art treu ,'sures; and-a scat in a,spider haunted arbour, with ? Bhrimps, "and skittles, with a pot bf stout, to a Btroll amo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE PERFECTION OF RIFLE SHOOTING. (From Ten. Tears of Preacher Life.) '. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

THE PERFECTION OF ElPIE SHOOTING. ÍFrom Ten. Tears of Preacher Life.) '. Tlio kccl-boatmcn of tho Mississippi brought Tillo shooting to perfection ; their deadly ftim told terribly nt tho buttle ot Now Orleans. AB huntors, tho weapon lind boen their'companion, and thoynovor parted with it in their now vocntioiu .While working nt tho oar or polo, it was nlwnyB within rcaoh ; and if a doer unexpectedly appeared on thu banks,.or a migratory bear breasted tho wares, it was Btrickon down with'unorring aim. . Uy au imperative law- among thomsolvos they were idlers on shore, where their chief nmusomont was shoot- ing at a. mark, or playing severe practical jokes upon each other. They-would; with tho nflo-ball, mid at long dis- tances, cut tho pipe out of tho hat-bnnd of a fellow-bont innn, or unexpectedly upset a cup of whiskoy that might at lunch limo be for tho moment, resting. on some ono's knee. A nogró, exciting tho ire of ono of theso mon, he, at the distance.of ,a .hundred yards,, w...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

T H Ë T l) R F . Rv telegram wc liave thc intelligence that the Donca>ter St."Leqer was won hy St. Albans The" Doncaster Staki?sr ly ' Cape Flyaway ; arid the Cup by Sabreuv.j.v ': ' . >.-. We this week/pr^sent our, readers with two or: three new racing features, rather an event in these' dull times ; and we are glad to notice, among pur ; country cousins, a disposition to keep going.' First in importance comes thc declaration of the . weights for the Great Queensland Event, from which we draw an inference that the old horses will have something the best of them, although we by no means object to the scale employed. Per- haps we should apologise to the N. A. J. 0 for having somewhat altered the sense of their adver- tisement. The copy sent us disclosed an egre- gious error which we could not allow to slip ; al- though our ;»»3-leading daily contemporary set us ; a very bad example by perpetuating the "gro ,phus." Where the THIRD norse was to come from, if ONLY TWO STARTED, we ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

- KsTiiAOitnrxj.nr AND SHAMRIKSS CoNDiroT.-It ia our painful duty to chroniclo tliis morning what appears to us to be ouu of tho moat shameless coses of prostitution that has ever fallen to tho lot of a journalist to publish. Thu most anti-moralists will shudder at tho conduct of thoso monsters in human ahape, for it is scarcely credible that such licentiousness could havo been porinittcd to exist ' in a Christian community liko ours, but such appears to bo tho caso from what wo can learn. Tho following appear to bo tho real facts :-Some seven years ago, a young wo- man, tho daughter of a monster (for mon we cannot call him) now rosidiug in Braidwood, was married to a young man named Ghiinor. Some abort timo after the marriage, which appears to havo been an unhappy one, Gainer and his wife separated, and tho girl wont nook to her father's house, where »ho has lived up to tho middlo of tho present month, tho husband being all this time nbsont. Buring tho seven years tho womnn has giv...

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SCRAPS FROM THE LATE THOSMAS HOOD'S WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

. ECBAPS-FBOMTHRXATB THOMAS. HOOD'S, WOBKS. . ! A PATtrsrr clerk's amon-ity;of disposition. . i A Quaker loves tho ocean for, its'broad brini: i Wlio havo tho tondorest foot ? Corn-ishmon.'' ! Loves bf tho" plants : 'tatoós have oyos, and oabbagos have hearts. ' ,/« : . . i »iv ! What a'little child!-Ali J his parents hover mado inueh of him. ? .< . ?> i . ' - j A surgeon courted a lady, and, whon rejected, ohargod forliismsits., >. : ? . . i Some mon pretend to penetration, who have not ovon half-penny-tration.¡ i ..¡ , ... >>i 1 ., f .. ,.:'??.>.:? ! Only think of a milo of daughters ! Tlioro is a family pf Furlongs. coining ' to 'livo hero", whereof oight oro daughters: : . ! .'.'..,. ?' vt ' If-all tho storios told of animals bo true, tho whnlo l must bo n doop thinker ; and tho donkcyn on thc com- mons aro as sagaoious as BOIUO mombors in them.

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MISCELLANEOUS, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

M I SCELLA NEO Ü S, SWIMMING.-Almost every doy in summer one hears or reads ot' doaths by drowning, which could not have occurred if tho victims had known how to swim. It is strange that three fourths of the civilized world should bo ignorant of an art so important to the personal safety of every human being as that of swimming, sooirig that it is easily acquired, and that its practico is conducive to! health and enjoyment. Yet snell is tho fact. Mariners, it might bo supposed, would bu export in tho exercise ; and yet tho proportion' of strong swimmers among them is said to be smallor than among landsmen. Ludios are generally-us helpless in tho water as now-born babies ; and, considering how fond our belles aro of steamboat excursions, boating pic nies,, and yachting parties, thoiij neglect of this brunch of physical education is very un- wise, Loyal, and chivalrous "squires of dames" ara, of course expected to attempt tho rcscuo of thoir charges at oil hazards, in cases of wreck o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

NOBTH AUSTRALIAN RACE-COURSE, ! IPSWICH, i WEDNESDAY, 29th doy "çF MAY, 1861, nt Ono o'clock. , «.,"! ?Undortho direction and management of tho Stowards bf ? tho North Australian Jockey Club, to act with Stew-' ? ards to bo appointed by each of tho colonies. THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION SWEEP-; STAKES of £100 each, with Ono Thousand Guineos nddod, opon to all horses in tho Australian, Now Zealand, and Tasmanian Colonies ; thrco miles,.ono event.' Tho second horse, to reçoive Two Hundred Sovereigns out of tho stake if threo start ; to save his stake if only two ifari ; third horso to rcceivo Ono Hundred Sovereigns. Tho winner to pay £200 towards tho expenses An allow once of 31bs. to áU horses arriving from parts boyond tho Colony within two montlis from tho dato of tho race. En- trances' to bb addressed and forwarded to tho undorsignod, Ipswich, on or beforo tho first day of MARCH, 1861. Ilalf forfeits, to bo declared witliin thirty days from day of race Bules of tho North Australian Joc...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY,NOVEMVBER 10,1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

BELL'S UFE .N SYDNEY. SY&tfEY; NOVEMBUIt 10, I860. AV K can imagine nothing more humiliating than the position of parties m. the Legislative Assem- bly. On the one band we have a Al ïnistry who . suffer themselves to be " kicked,"i and who dis- play a fortitude nuder the infliction, which, under ? other circumstances would be absolutely heroic. On the other side we have a so callpd opposition" which appeals to act merely "upon the impulse, of the"moment, having no organized plan of opera- tions, and acknowledging rio recognised leader. . Tliis want of concert, amongst the members of the opposition, is the very thing which enables the' Ministry to cling to their salaiics, with the con- vulsive energy of despair nt the hare idea of being deprived of that official honey, for which they have ever evinced so voracious an ap- petite. ' ¡ * Were tho llmistry guilty of such an outrage upon their pockets ns to resign-what would be the result ? Can an administration he formed from the...

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-STAGE-TRICKS. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

-STAGE -TRICKS. :2b the Editors Gj\>Bcl?sZifj i* Sydiiey; , . GF.VTUàUEîî-Buring my roaidmco in Sydney, t juive been -absolutely disgusted with tho prnotieo Slanngcrs havo ttdopled, ol' bolstering' up actors us'from ' tinto'to timo they corrie iuhongst us. Sonto timó slnco a minor branch of stage quackery wris exhibited constantly; in thc liberal bestowal of wreaths ititd bouquets-with or.with- out rings enclosed-upon insignificant .ns 'well.us.upóu* distihguish'ed'^stago artistes, 't hese, in . inost cases, aro oponly 'prepared und paid for, by tho "grutefiil recipi ents" of their own - purchases; Even, in'-the coso . of fanny ISUslcr, who' certainly atood'in ho need of'such, aid; thé baskets of bouquets, &c, formed ari unconcealed part of tho dressing-apparatus for tho evening. .'Tt is wbll'kriown that, in tlio career bf othor performers, thoso marks of ri grateful und admiring public wei*o ruado usu ol' on sovoral .different nights, when ' tho 'ambition of tho pcrforrn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

'BELL'S Ii I F 13 IN SYDNEY. ,4 DVERTISEMENTS .'recoivcd up :to F p.m. ¿TL : FRIDAYS. Instructions ? to withdraw advertise- | monts must roach tho otlico not hitor than 6 p.m. on WEDNESDAYS.-226, Caíüoreagk-strect. TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. ' FIVE ; or SIX' HUNDRED BOUNDS good'sccond ' hand B HE VIER. .'' Td bo sold cheap for CABII.. Apply at tho ollico of j this paper._ ? _,>_ PORTRAITS OF "ZOK" COLORED PORTRAITS of "ZOE," Winner of tho '. Sobond Chiunpio'n Race, painted and engraved op stonb'.'by Mr- P. .Woodhouse, tho woll-known animal painto'r,'of. Melbourne/arq to be procured at the otttco of Hell's Life in Sydney. ,,Price,. J6s., , ,... JT/ST ' : PUBLISHED, the ' . favourite Ballad , .".Xateyto Letter, by Lady Duffcrm; 3». ....-.'. . . Who.shall bo fairest, by Charles Mackay, 2s Gd..,.-. ':. \ TÍirco flsliers went sailing, by Kingsley, Sis.6d. ;.,, .in tho. Press, Dibdin's famous song- .. / ? * The tight little Island, .with, ,Mr. Farqulmrsoii's pianoforte accompaniments. ......

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ALBERTS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

? ' ATJlKItTS. ' '.? ' Wirtes. No balla. Halls. Huns. Maidens. Wicket«, Iredale. tt . ; 0 102.it ? ? 0 ?..'?< ? ??:4'.¡.~ Hanbury ... 3 0 : 02, 2? . 3 ,i Cowlishaw... ' 0 ? 0 ''''''ß '7 0 ' ' '.". 0 MEBWNOS.-Tho Cricketers' Association held a meet- ing on Monday ovening, but owing, ns wo suppose,' to no ndvortiBoinent hnving,been. insorted in tho papers of tho duy, thoro wns hut u Bunill attendance; Mr Driver, tlio Secretary, was prevented by private/ business from boing present, and Mr Curtis neted in In's stead. . Mr I.oigh took tho chuir, and read to tho mooting:tho names of tho: oflieo-bearci-H us fixed by tho coiriraitteo ¡. when it wa» moved and ciirriod that. tlio. gentlemen- nnmpd 'bo TC quested lo net. Mr Leigh was appointed Treasurer, and Mr Clayton ? kindly undertook'the'onerous . duties of .Secretary. Wo may say withtrutliithatthochoico could hnrdly have, been-a, botter one. : Only three'Clubs rc spomled to thu cull, by naming thoir'dolegntes they wore tho Alb...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE PAST AND THE PRESENT. To the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

THE l'AST AND ÏHJ3 MUSSENT. 2b the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. GhsrrxEiiiüf-For nomo weeks I'vo been taking a spoil, partly from laziness, and partly from having noth- ing to writo about ¡ and now I return to tile cbargo like a giant rcfroshod, my head full of racing, and my thoughts continually pointing at tho miserable apology, things Íircsont otter for what hos gone beforo. Things past have eft thoirmark, and coming evonts east their shadow« beforo (hem ; each man thut caros about racing thinks about thoso things, and among them may bo found endless different opinions ; but thoro is one point on which all must think alike, and this it is :-that, while, for years, tho Now South Wales Turf hos been declining, our neighbours in othor colonies, no matter which way wc look, havo been year by year making vast improvements ¡ and now threaton to leave us, in anothor year or two, without a racing man, ora racing horso either, in tho colony. This boing a subject on which I really do t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

I yonTnu-sraEntAXi) JoÓKEr C¿on.-A meeting of tin , 3Torthuniborlaiid Jockey Club, colivoned by advertisement was Iield at tho Donison Hotel, on Friday evening, foi I tho purposo of obtaining from Mr. Quinn a definite understanding as to tho torms upon which lie -would leas» or sell the Telarah lístate to tho club, in order that it might ba mado into a raco-courso. - Tho attendance was very limited. Tho chair was taken hy Mr 1?, M. Doyle Mr Quinn was present. Tho proceedings were almost . wholly of a conversational cluiractor. Mr Quinn, in re- ply to tho qu'estions addressed to liim by tho members, oxprcssed his views on tho matter to tho following effect. Ho would lcaso tho estate for u term of seven years at a rental of £200 a year for the first two years, aiid oi £250 for tho remainder ol* tho torin ; and, iu tho event ol leasing it, ho would'make a road along the'right of way which ho had put-chased, direct 'to Telarah from th« Long Bridgy ; ho would not bind himself to do so im...

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PARRAMATTA.. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

," PARRAMATTA. . ' P^'om our oion Correspondent.) j 'During tho coiir'ao of my exporionco ia " this vixenish I litllo globo of our«," J uovor Baw euell a olmnwns that which, has como oror our .once quiqt and beautiful,town. Somnus lias been do'posed, and Mar», aocompuiiiod by li« cher« amii, Mudatuo TJoUonn, has mudo Parramatta hi». hoad quarters. Talk about tho volunteer moromont,. in-, dead i why, PU be bound that in no other part of tho ll ii tish onipiro luis, moro outhusiusni been manifested than by oui1 quiet townsfolk j who aro, as it woro by magic,. converted into a rape of warriors with "souls in arms, and eager for tlio fray." *' A movomont ia also on foot, or. rather, on horseback,, to. roiso a cavalry corps, and somo «ix or savou gallant spirits hare carolled themselves, . As everything ho* yielded to tho military ardour of -tho day, I have not much to communicate in the way of general gossip,-. .-- ... ? -.. . '.* » ? ' . A " groat sensation" was produced hero, tho othe...

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MODESTY REWAEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

MODESTY?? RE WAEDED. At that bravo raco when ovory steed ' Is bounoVfo leap ditch, wall, and hurdlci, . Venturo bis ridor's ndck and make , - All noïvous people's blood to ourdie. LastFridny,"on the.' Melbourno course, Thrcosteoplo chasers mot each other, , "Birthday" and "Donovan Brown" were two,.. And" Modeaty" tho namo'of'lótlicn- ... . For'fifty pounds' each gallant horse, '.)',','. y , -, At risk of being loft a-croaker, », . Some fifty break-neck jumps would tako,,. Tho first ono in would,bag tho ochre. ... M Donovan BrdwnV*' somopoopíó sa¡ü, _ .... , .. . If not dono brown would got the prize,.,. And-"Bh-thday's'' buckors hopedthoy.saw . A birthday gift.before th'oir oyosi'; ..., - ¡ ". Wlúlootherssaid'th'ó'groy inoro Was ,!'.", '. ." . Tho botter horse, and lili^tlicir,tin, , ¡. On "Modesty," üöcaüso they thought.', ... .,? That Modesty should always wiu. ..,..:! However roundtliid'eouwo.'.tlley arcuk- ./, . . . .. Ovor ono fence, thon'over t*otliér>, : And then they wont...

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VICTORIA TURF CLUB RACES. THURSDAY, 15TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

VICTORIA TURF CLUB RACES. TmrjisruY, 16TH NOVEMBER. ÍETJBP CE tm OBAN» HANDICAP, n 'sweepstakes of 20 sovs, : half.'forfait, or 5 sovs if declared, with 100 sors added. Three miles. Final IO sovs to bo paid ou night of - "general, entry. ? . ' Agc. st lb ; Mr. T. Bavin's gr g FIntcatclier ............, a B 13 " U. Wallon'* bl g Thc Moor..'.. n 9 7 . W. s. Kvims'brg Othello;.¡. » 9 J tl. Dunno's cb m Phoebe .t....... a » 5 . li. Fhflflps'i gr g Gaffer Grey. a 9 -t «. SnppaM li g Wildrake . 5 0 0 P. Kelghran'a b g Tranby . n S 10 A. Chlrnilde's ba PnrtUna . n B 4 Vi. Lang'« br h Plying Jib. 4 8-1 ll. Phillipa's b g Ilob. a 8 1 A. ChlriuluV* br in Fortress .... 3 7 9 Ü. Watson's b t Plying Colours . S S S FUIDAY, ICTII NovEiriiBit. ViCTOitiA STAKES, a swoopBtakes of 15 sovs., 5 forfeit, with 100 sovs. addod. Handicap, for threo-yr-olds. Milo and a half. Acceptances to bo wndo and final IO sovs. paid on night ol general entry. , lu Ur. Jeffrey's eli c Colonel. 8 10 W. Lang's b c Dnuntlc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860

' EXHIBITION HOTEL, j PITT; AJfD StAltKKT 8THEETS. SAMUEL DAVIS fools it incumbent upon bim to ucknowlodgc with gratoful thanks tho favors of his many friends and tho publia gonorully, einco opening tho above F A MI ll, HOTEL. i Ho can appeal with confldonco to tho gontlemon and families who have honoured him by a temporary residency as to the moro than ordinary privacy and comfort to bo found in his Establishment. j THE CUISINE cannot bo surpassed, as regards either choiceness or variety. THE CELLARAGE , OP THE EXHIBITION HOTEL has already nohiovod for itself a reputation which it shall bo tho Proprietor's study to maintain ; and is patronized by tho ? " " , ELEST CONNOISSEUBS in tho city ? ' ' - i : ' Orders in town or from tho country immediately attended to. Goods carefully pucked, and forwarded by tho earliest opportunities.; j ; ©35° APARTMENTS cnn bo retained on rocoipt of writton instructions from tho country or tlio sister! colonies. , EXHIBITION HOTEL, i Moy 11th, 18G0. 55...

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