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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

'.^.TO TIÍB "FACTORS'OF'THE "II ASTINQS,. GENTLEMEN,-I ? beg your acoeptuneo.çf my sincero áekiiowlcdgments for hnviujg/decmçd'iué of suOlcient respectability to bo cb'gibto for injection ~ns a candidate. .for.v thu representation of yd^V- intelligent electorate in.thc New Assembly, r" - .".:'*' ' l am, -'.'.'?. - .. . ' ..; Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, GEORGE FERRERS PICKERING. -WANTED BY THE 1ST JANUARY, 18R1. rrnVO INTELLIGENT BOYS to deliver BelCs Life I : in Svdney and the suburbs every Saturday morning. Each will -bo provided with a pony, and a suitablo uni- form, Application tobe mado nt this olBce. Socurity will be rcuuired. . . ' . PICKERING &'NICHOLS). TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. FIVE or SIX HUNDRED POUNDS good ejoond hund BREVIER. To bo sold cheap for dan. Apply at tho. oíílco of this paper. . ..-....'. SPLENDID COLORED ENGRAVING S OF " ZOE," with pedigree and performances, bu board for framing, to be had at this ofliee; price 5s. Com- mission/allowed to Country ...

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 — 22 December 1860

. ?'WITH sorhe trifling exceptions the Elections are_ . «ver, and an acurute estimate may now be formed of the probable amount of good likely to come out .of our ne\V political Nazareth. . *0'n a close inspection of the antecedents of most of the candidates who have been returned, it. must'he admitted that we have not gained any , particular advantages by t e changes which have been effected in the representation of the -various . constituencies ; nor is there any strong ground for 1 believing that the work of legislation will hence . Forth proceed one whit more satisfactorily than it , has hitherto done. On comparing the numbers . -on the several Electoral Rolls with the number of votes actually recorded, it will be found that little . more than one half of the electors have availed 'themselves of the franchise, a circumstance not at all creditable to them, as it is to their supineness ? the unfavourable results of the elections may be . -in a great measure attributed, In West Sydn...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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GHOST-LORE. [REVIEW: FROM THE SPECTATOR OP SEPT. 22.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

GHOST-LORË.. [KEVIEW: most THE SPECTATOn OP SEÍT. 2¿3 l'oolfalUon- tie Jioiuulaiy of Another World. With £ 'Illustrations'. By BoBcrt Dale Owen. From "ÍClio (.lentil American Edition, with emendations and I additions by tho author. : Published by Trubner & Co. Though ' unconvinced by. Mr. Owen's reuWoliingj wc . lqpk npon »ii English edition of his b'bblf ns a welcome \»ppiaranoo, and 'greet it in tho' spirit bf tho üpnnish pro- verb,' "'Bios'in'o do cöutieiidce on quien mo entiende." If jwe must engage in controversy with tho modern spiri- tualists, hit us by all means have to do with tho most in- telligent, well-informed, nnd candid disputairt amongst thom. Wo uso tho word. " spiritualists'' for want of a better, to djsiguato those who believe that this earth is still tenanted by tho spirits of tho dead, which cnn make .themselves visiblo to tho liviug, coiivorso with thom by .sp'o.o'ùhor by inoaus of audible) signalai abd manifoit their prcbeneo by other physical tokens, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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TAMBAROORA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

TAMBAEOOKA ANNUAL SACES. Tlioso roc«» cuno off on tho 28th, 39fch, mid 30th idtirao, tho weather proving favourablo throughout, and wore very respectably mid numerously attended ; and notwithstanding thoro woro not so ninny competitors for tl io various prizes ns was anticipated, (tamika to our vory sporting neighbours, tho Buthurstonians, who pent not a single homo), tho grentost .hilarity and good clioor provnilod llirotujhout tho meeting, and tho winners of tho various prizes "iiockottod tho cash" wiili ns much pleasure ns they would, have done, in -oil probability, liad ; they boon opposed by them. Tho following . horses: started, 7.ÎZ.- i i t 5 1'IUBT BAT, WEDNESDAY, NOVE-UUK« 28.. ' í-?* First Boco.-Tho TAMBAROORA PtrusB of 60 aovs, withal swoepstakos of 8 sovu each added, for all horses carry-: ing weight .Tor ago:; heels, twice round aiid o dis- tance. Mr. SI. Iltll'tt ch K true Blue, used, Dat Uli. ... ? I - II. Cox'* hm lluttcrtly, s.yrs, Sit 101b. .dr; Second Ruco.-Tho JI...

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PEGASUS ON COMING EVENTS. (To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

PEGASUS ON COinNG EVENTS CTo the Editan of Hell's Life in Si/dnm/.J GESTW.MKN,-After » long interviú of inactivity, tur mattors once moro claim our attention : mid iioxt wen] wo shall undoubtedly HCO II fair munter of mee hornea u thal Hueno of HO immy successful gutberings in days goa hy-Liverpool. Writing, ns 1 do, before tho eutric have been made, it is usolcss to speculate on tho probnbli results of the different races ; but, this notwithstanding I may bo ublo to spool; in general terms of the .chalice of tho various nags I suppose to bo likely to show on Iii. occasion. What with the electioneering excitement, nut tho distance which separates most of thc horses in train ing from mo and from each other, it is not;at.nil an casi matter to form a correct- idea as to to Ihó.horses that wil come to tho post, still loss to arrive at any fair estimad of tlieir. conditioñ j and I niust,_thorefore, content my spir^WlílíJfie indulgence of a sort bf rude guess even ni probiiblo starters. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

QUEENSLAND; CHAMPION KACK. '! NORTÍI AUSTRALIAN RACE-COURSE, ? IPSWICH,. V: . : WEDNESDAY, 29tb. day of MAY, 18G1, nt One ... o'clock. . v Under tho direction.and roànagomorit of tlio Stewards oi the North-Australian. Jookoy Club, to not with Stow ards to bo appointed by, each of thc colonies. . T" OT'- '-QÜEBÑSLAKÍ) ' CHAMPION SWEEP- STAKES-of £100 each, -with ? Ono- Thousand Guineas added, open to all horses in the Australian, Now Zealand, and Tusnianian Colonies ; threo miles, ono event. If titree or <mora horses start,- tho.BOoqnd ip r£(ieiyo_^v'o Hundred SóvcjSSgñs TronTtlio siâkës'; ïlïo tlurcpiÓMeto Bayo his stake ¡ ifioñly two start, tho second to savo his stako. Tho winner to pay £300 towards tho expenses An alio w »Uoo of 31bB. to all horses arriving from parts beyond tho ^Colony withhitwo tnontlis from tho dato of the race. ' En- trances to be addrcssed'and forwardod to tho undersigned, Ipswich, on or before ^hp finst day of MARCH, Í8G1. Half forfeits to bo dec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

/""I ENTLEMÉN .favouring us with'orders for til is j \JC' Journal will bo pleased to anuloso tim necessary . advance for six months subscription, vix 134, or a dCX . noto which will oövör three quarters of tho year. > ', ! ._PICKERING & NICHOLS. NOTICE.-Our country Agonts aro particularly rö quostod tó forward statements of accounts forth-' .with, tb ehublo its lo forward our bills to tho end of tho .year.' .. PICKERING'Sc NICHOLS. . -ayohey, Nov. 21th, 18GrJ. _' NOTICE:-MR. VT. E. QTJELCH, Postmaster, is,' heroby appointed agent for tho township mid dis-, '. -triët o'f Brnidwood, in piuco of Mr ll. II. . S. Jones do-' . . ceased. All parties are reqnoBtod tosettlothoiraceounts" 'with MR. QUELOH, who will reçoive orders from Bilb . ier'bera and advertisers from this dato. ' PICKERING and NICHOLS.Rell's Lifo Omeo, Bàc 20.

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FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

.FREE SElÍECTIOir;^:-1; Shall these southern ¡moren be ílíoUomri oin nation? Or mily u lund -whore wild ciittlo nhnlt struy! Euch squatter a prince on his sheepwash or station, The lord of a leasehold-willi nothing to pay. Shall this Houtliorn hind bo the homo of a people, " -Ii'« broad acres burt honed with goldeii-eur'd f rai«, "With ninny a homestead and lininlet, andsteuplc, ? 'J'o grace each soft upland,-arid clot euell broadplilio. Shall our slcies bless tho toil of industrious yeomen, Who sturdy mid stalwart; shall till their omi hm, And raise their own rooftroe, and fenring for no mm, ! Oo conquer" the forest with »tout heart null lund. And mukothc loud wilderness Bniile with their labor, And bring forth n lmrvest where cattle non- ronni, Each Tuio-bowor'd euttiigo in sight of its neighbor, Their wives' iileusuut-cure and thuir children'! own bomoi- . ' v- '?? : : . . ' If we claim to tin-sprung froaa-thostrong.Aiiglo.-Sast», The; falhcn of natidiis and lord .of thu sen, lut...

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REJECTED ADDRESSES. No. I. EAST SYDNEY. —THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

EE j EC OT ED ADDRESSES. Ko. I. ? EAST SYDSET.-THE NOMINATIOS. ' Grout Radical mid glorious Frpo Selectors . Of Sydney Erat, intelligent Kloctorn ! I'm hero again, Boys! ns a Cnndidato' For legislative honors t>f the Siato : " Asking of you what oft I've asked bofora I'vo'chnngod my notions ttíó' ainco days of yaro. I wo'nt detain you long. There's nota niau' Tliat doesn't know mo well j-I'm " Tm DÍÍIÓAX" Joy should ho youT, this fifth dn'y bf Dbeombor; To soe hoforo you, oil tho rare courso plain, Tho cnudidnlcH whose faces you remember ¡ Though often they're boen, cut, they cómo igaiu; Joy should bo yours, ngain I »ny, that even Sly política you find so gronlly changed ; Tho principles that suited iifty-Horon, In sixty only mark a mind dorangod. Givo ino ono voto apieco at this election ¡ . . . Place mo with-Charley Cowper, side by «ide; Thon oír at once to mako your freo selection, And down shall go tho Squatters far and wide. Fear'not Surveyors, with thoir chain« and arrows, ...

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JOCKEY CLUB LEGISLATION. (From the Saturday Review:) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

JOCKEY CLUB LEGISLATION. (From thc Saturday Review;} Tho meeting uf tim Jockey Club at A'owuiavkot hus ro miltcd in resolutions which ¡jo fur lo provo that tho regu- lation of tho turf may bo saioly loft in tho hands to which it hus hitherto belonged. Three rules havo bcun adopted which promiso to do much to remedy tho abuses lately complained of hi the House of Lords, and notice has been given for tho nest meeting of a proposal which would carry tho much needed work of Turf Kularin to a point which wo had seureoly .ventured to think possible Thc first of these new rules relates to what may seem a slight, but is really a very important matter. An addition of ii lbs is to bo made to tho weight carried hillie Derby, Oaks, St. Leger, and two or three othor three-year-old races. At present tho weight is 8st Tibs, and it will in future bo 8st lOlbs. Tho oll'ect ol' tlds chango will bo that thu best jockeys will bo nblo to ride in the«u great races without milking such painful and even da...

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Newmarket Houghton Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

" Nevmiarlce^ Meeting. Tlie'OAMdiiibpÄninr. Brims, of 25 sovs each, io IPI foit, "and only 5 if declared, with ¿¿O added ;. liv . 'Socond to'-Teccivo 60 soys.out of the sinke. Cuni - ibridgeshirio'courab. ?' 184 subs,-92 of whom paid forfeit Mr. SwIndeH's'Weatlicrtxmnd, 3 yr*, Rsl 101b .¿...,3. Adorns . ' Count divLfiKrarpe'ii Mtlllc. de Chantilly, G yrs, Sa(...llcarn(lcn ; Mr." IKdjrmnn's ircircs's, 4 yrs, Ost....:...."Mitchell . ¡ Tho fcllowiiig.aho rmv¡-Amsterdam, Ont;. Sommer aidbi: 8s^-'31b"i ? 'Cantine,. 83t ' Uh ; -.Tho Bap,' 7»t 101b' 5toorijóck, 7st4Ib'¡ Thunderbolt,'7st'41b ; Moorhen, 7al Sib iliiiuncia, 7st llb ;. Prelude, 7st.,llb; Benbow, 7s llb FBipon, 7st ¡ Stnmncdo, 7st j Sir William, Cst 13lb Maid'of tho Mist,.Ost, Otb'; Consolation,. Cst 71b ; Cort tadina,.. Cst,'71b j Mággioro» Gst ; 71b ; Chance Stet, Gai '71b |.,Ooldpn Pippin, Cst Gib; Feodbrowna, Ost 31b ; Aua 'froliàn Mnid,r Gsf 2lb ¡ Cnvrianá,. Cst llb; Pnmiosan Cit j' Sormo, Cst ¡ Flutter colt, Sst 71b; and ...

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Newmarket Second October Meeting. TUESDAY, Oct. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

Newmarket Second October Meeting. . !PüESDAT, Ocfc. 9. , A.SwuOTSTAKKsiof-200:sovs each, anti tho Wurr ;. lOst > . pach j B. C. (4»t>lfi.r 173yds ) ; 4 subs. J I Mr. Merry's b g Special -..Licence, by . Cossack, 6 yrs, lost I - . / . . . , ... , distance. ¡1 Lord W. Powlett'* TheFromlsed Land, 4 yrs, I0st......S. Rogers 2 Mr..It.Ten Broeck'sStarke, li yrs, lOst.0. Fordham ¡3 -Betting : 0 tb 4 ngst The Promised Band, 7. to '4 agst . Special Licence, and: 3 to 1 ngst Starte." ' Special Licence u:mado play for tho first/ihilo and n half, whon tho run- ning was taken up by Starte, who with '' Tho SpccinF' i?nt-,his quarters, tond. Prornisod Land following ¡at the ..-.latter's;'.hopis, carried .it-pn nt. a. fair;pnce to the now (».Standj.whoro the .Yankco was in trouble, and Fordham, i,.-wirh:nn-oyo.(o,tho .Cesarcwitoh,,-stopped him. . -Half a ,'imilo from.homo Tho. Promised Land drew up on tho ;:: right of Mr Morry's horse, and after pa3sing tho site pf - the old Duke's Stand .rea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

. SATERB TnsTiMONtAL.-On Friday "Ißht tho sum of £200,'ooîloclcd in Melbourne for Tom Sayers^ and thc printed testimonial of tho admiration in which ho'us 11 cid in the colony, wore presented to li im nt Owen Swift's, Horse Shoe, Tichborno-strecl, hy Mr Jas Neale, In tho presence of a large circle of his friends. '1'om lins requested us to acknowledge tho reeoipt of n .ñitigiiiil cent ßolcl ring, containing a largo nugget of tho same meta), which hoi been sent to him by an Australian friend.-JlelPs Life in Lojidan, Oct lt. Mr J. If. Ncalo requests us to stato that tho £200 pre- sented by him to Tom Sayers was ruiscd by a subscrip- tion in Svdnev, und not in Melbourne, ns. statod in. our last.-JièWs Lifs in Landon, Oct. 21. . " Tun CHAMPION'S OUOWNINO llo.sonn.-" Argus," in llio Morning Post, gives tho following Doncaster O rand Stand épisode ¡-" During tho aftomoon ; almost tho last earthly lionour that rcinuined for Tom. Savors -was con- ferred on him, viz', a presentation to Sir- ...

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THE ENGLISH RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

THE ENGLISH RING. Fight between Tom Tyler aad Bill Gillam, for ¿650 aside. . [ This affair carno oft* on tho 16tJi Octobor, but in con- sequence of.tho " beaks" interfering it was not brought ton satisfactory conclusion.. . . ; THE FIGHT. ! Hound 1. Tho position of each was unquestionably good. Tylor, on facing his opponent, bad his phiz illu- mined with a .good toniporcd smilo ; Gillam looked serious. After- a little niaiionivcriiig, : Tyler trying fer au opening, they paused, and for n niomout eyed each . other in tho middle of the ring. Te it ngaiu ; us Tom advanced, Gillam retreated, and took up fresh position. Tyler, after a little weaving, got to distance, planted Ufo left in good firle on tho left side of Bill's cocoanut, and got cloverly away without a return. Tho mou again stood sparring in tho centre of tho ring, mid, being out of distance, Gillam for a second lowered guard ; ns Toni advanced he instantly drew- himself togother, and broke ground. Tyler followed, nud, ns ho...

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ALBERT W. HICKS ALIVE! His Resuscitation by the Electro-chemical Bath. THOUSANDS SEE HIM DAILY AT POUGHKEEPSIE DRS CRANE, BELL AND O'REILLY IMPLICATED. (From New York Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

ALBERT W. HICKS ALIVE ! His Resuscitation toy tho Elecfao-chemical Bath. THOUSANDS SEP. HIM DAILY AT PrjUailKKKPSIE DUS CHANE, HELL AND O'REILLY IMPLICATED, j - . (From Ketti York Leader.) \ OTiûro is now no furthet1usoin concealing that Albor \Vi-Picks, who-was ostensibly executed for piracy oi Bodloo's Island, on tho 18tli oflast;July, is still living (hough in a dangerous state, but likely to recover th< ftilL uso. pf his' faculties'and'liinbs. ' Tho sight pf hil left oyo, is'gone, and Iiis loft arm and left leg eoiitinui paralyzed ¡ but- apart from those injuries', ho Would np< pear to havo suffered nothing, nnd his residoneo at hil sister's house ; in Poughkeepsie has . pro ved o very . waj .beneficial. :"-'?' ' ?'? - It will th romoinbored that much comment was ox 'cited,, ty? tho utterly fearless manner in which Hick? Conducted himsolf previous to his execution, ? Ile laugliéd'nt thc'idoa of tho gallows,, and was only anxioiç os ho repeatedly said, to ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

THE GOUBBUIIN SCHOOL. IÎE.1D MASTER.-H. S. Hawkins, M.A., St. John's Col logo, Cambridge. ? . ? As3lSTA*r MASTEKS.-F. F. Hamburger, lïsq., TonchoV .of Modorn Languages. J. N¿ Flower, lïsq., TJnivor . sity of Molbonrno. j .rl"^1115 courso of instruction in this Institution is similar ' .JL to that, generally adopted in-tho best Clnssical Schools; but, in ordor'thnt it may ho .successful in it's twofold character of n Classical and Commercial School, moro than tho usual attention, is paid, to tho various branches of a sound English Education, and especially to, "Writing,; Composition, Commercial Arithmetic, nnd Book-keeping, mid tho Modern Bangungcs arc included in tho school course,. . . .. ' .;. Xomling features in tho mnnngcinont arc, that every Class throughout tho School is oxamiucd weokly, by thu nend. Muster, in ono or moro of those subjects, in the study of which they liavo not been undor. his immediate superintendence ! tlint, in tho Evening, tho Boarders uro overlooked and a...

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AQUATICS. Great Scullers Match for £50 a-side. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860

AQUATICS. Great Scullers Match for £50 a-side. The match which was made a day or two after the late Balmain Regatta, between ltiehard Qrcon tho renowned champion of Port Jackson, and Henry White, a London pullor ot' conaidernblo eminence, carno off on Thursday afternoon. Tho conditions of tho racé wero to pull from Charity Point to Tho Brothers, °" tho Parramatta Uiver ; and a large concourse of people took ndvuutoRO of the two Steamers, " Washington" and "Victoria," which had boca chartered for tho occasion j tho well-known abilities of thc men, ns. well UH the ditlcrent opinions, existing nit to .their relativ'«! merits, causing a large amount of .excite- ment. Shortly iiflor four, tho Steamers having arrived nt tho starling point, both men oppeared at.tho "sera tell," Green pulling in Tho " Vision" while his antagonist ox. hibilcd his sinewy form in tho "Atalanta." On either side tho conditiuù was excellent, and tho trainers lind evidently not.boun idle, or neglected anything lo ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

ITATUABKET PHICE» -Hay, d* Od to 8« Od : stiw, .19 Gd to Ga Gd ¡ wheat,'7s Od to 7s Sd ; maize, 3s Od lo 4s Od; oals, 3« Od to 4s Od; l>»rloy,3s3d io Ss Ol; cows, £7Os to £9 Os; calves, 20s to 30a i bark, HS 10s to £4 10s por to» t green amer, Sd to ls por duzeu bundles. "

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THE WONDER WORKING WIRE. (From Chambers Information of the people), [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

THE WONDER - WOBKING WIER (From - 'Ofwmb^ra,rJiif^iMtibñ'qXthepe^l«),: r Hark) I he warning needles clink, ' il|tlier, thither, clear and quick, . . twinging lightly to and fro, ; .! . . liding» from afar they show, . - Wilie the patient watcher read*, ' .- :~ A» the rapid movement leads, -v. ... .?- lie who guide» their speaking piny,- \ . . \ ? ? blands a thousand miles away . , ' . Sing who will of Orphean lyre, . Our» the wonder-working wire. ? Eloquent, though all unheard, , - - .» -.? iSwirtly auceda thu secret word, - j..- , Lhthtordnrk, foul or fair, Still a message prompt to bear ¡ --* ? " f None can read lion the way,' ? ,????_?.?> , i. None Its unseen transit »lay, t .. ^ . Now.lt come» in »enteuce brief, I . Now it tells of los» and grief, -{ Now of Borrow, now of mirth,' ,i! -' . Now a wedding,- now a birth, . -. .,. Now. of cunning,.now.of crime, .. .. -' ) i' Now of trade In wane or prime, . ' - ;. Now of »i»fe br sunken «hlpi, - ? "Now the murderer outstrips, ? .?...

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NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

'?? "NEW PA^IAMENT. ; ;?' . Tn EI following gentlemen tho Legislative Assombly, . below rr-" Argyle . ... Murrumbidgee ... Paddington ... Goulburn ¡.. . Newcastle. ? ... Paterson ... llathuriit bast Sydney - w Parramatta ... .? Northumberland! ' Isden ... Southern Gold Field» Northern Goldfields Tumut. Upper Hunter ... - Braidwood ... Orange . ... \ns». ... West .M acquarlo... East Macquariu '.« Weat Sydney ., The William». .. " Balranald y Carcoar . *. Hunter. .. Queanbeyan, . ? . Illawarra. . .. Kiama «lebe.:. ./.-.. Nepean .. Morpeth. . t.. Canterbury Clarence . Patrick's ruin» .. East Mnltlaud . '-Hawkesbury" ' ".. Hartley. Newtown . - ' Lower Hunter' ,, Liverpool Plain».. »est Maitland .. St. Leonard's . .. ¡shoalhaven ' .. Hlonaro Narellan Wellington .. Thc Hinno Camden ' Windsor ... Wollombi WcHtem Gold-liclds Tho Hastings have been cloded members for for the electoral districts named ? ... - T.A.Murray. - ... ' W. Macleay. . J. Sutherland. C. tl. Walili. . ... J. lianne!!. W...

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