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

NOW" PUBLISHED; /" .by tbe Proprietary .of ¿ ..,' . .' 'BE L L'S LI PE .IN' SYDSIT." .. Exclusively Aúthoriséd.riy "' ', ''"?; . THE AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. 1 THE RULES ANO REGlUATIOïrEr" ! . . . , ' or tho'" ;. " v" 'AU STE A.L IAN ' J/O GK ET. CL Ul, . As REVISED ASÍ CONFIRMED. ?»/lESSRS PICKERING and; NICHOLS .«$""*» Í.VI . authorised .to. publish those Rulei, îîo'olUec pub- lication cnn bo relied on. '".."''.' " (Signed) ; S. u. BURT' - '. ..... J. ? ..'.';. - Hon. Sec.'A;7. Gr Orders from Stewards 6f "Ráeos and 'Country Agent! will rcceivo. pVo'nipt. attention. ; . ¡ ?? Bellt Lije Ofllcfl, 220 CasÜereágli-strect. '.c .-' .. BELL'S SPORTS OF THE FIELD.'. . . KOW^READYi ? ..!?,-,:>/,, THE KEW HT/LESof;RACING, CHICKET; indi PIGEON SHOOTING in pamphlet form and will| bo forwarded by post on receipt of order. , ^PICKERING" ¿ manoia.' Belts Life 0fflce,.22CrCBBtlorcngh-stfcct. "BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY" .. GENERALI» RI N X I N» O - OPP I C.E| 226, CASTLEREAGH; STUKKT. """-"J.. JOOSTE...

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 — 29 December 1860

TOM THÜMOV '. jDiaCqbiiBB .nirdy .';Cfti.BTSTMAB -.IN BNÓfiÁxp.-Tlieseltriti.-ihérs linvo'a o^isfoni-.WhioIi ia tor riblóto tliitik on, 'Bpeciolly-fdr young .single ¡'follar» like mo with "their hearts to;lei, andino many pretty,.critters wantni'totnke tho Jodgins.' ' Jt; j8'tllisifr-'ÍUe gaU go out on flic Inst modrlljgljï nights afore Christmas, and-now, I've/hod nil tHis" stoiy frorii Lady Dorcas, and, in course, it's os.triic ris a llitiaclorbdlt-r-and sonrchin lip and down the woods ntíont Xdnuutl, Highgate,' rijld Hbrttsoy, and Saint.John's Wood in pitrtiiíúlur-thoyplhiib np tho oak and ripple' trees/arid etib"' qffibràiiçhes.bf inistlçtoe j: a thing thut,' as a. frec'Ropiiblicnn,' I urn' - pr'óüd(tb.say does not. grpw'in Sifiart America; '.Wolli they.h'ring homo the mistletoe nnd hrfiig'if up whci*pvor it létó.liiiiig in their hot-sês ¡ and there-ns lindy DorciiH sos to iiie-r-it is no sooner hung,' tlinn duo Cupid nt least goos «nd perches in it, liku a. sparrow in a. bird's...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

;/\~T ^iiWT DAT, WE¿S-JSDAT,.DSc>ráKR¿2G. I jTDK.'liiVEnroOL Towx PLATEof 40 soys, for all horses; weightfor ago ; twice round. -' ' .' - - ; '.? ... Mr. C. Beale's'b g Free Selection, late-Wonder.-6 -years . ' '.:...i. Marión. 1 Driseoll's r g Swindler, G yrs.;......Driscoll 2 . O. Hale's b c Don Cossack, S y ra."". 3 ' .M'Dermott'« c rn Irian Kate, ß TO i G. White's bc St Due«; 3 yrs''.'--. '.. ;Ivoo*,s b g Young Morgan,'aged i, J.'H^Ruttertb g-Warrior, aged .?'""-'". '" ' '. Morgan led.from tho jiunp, and cut-out the work to. the back of thc course, .whero he suddenly, declined, and his placo was taken by Freo Selection' who}wó'nt'ou .with; ¡ the running, followed by..Swindlcr,and-Cossack.-- After, passing.thc post for tho Irrst '.time.'tho'simq' order was. maintained, nothing hut- tho first three living jv chance ; . nnd so tho nico, ended, ITiggérsoii landing tho'little horse"' » a wumer by. a lorigth., Young Morgan broko.down." r " ; THE JPnrscE or "VVAI.ES. STAKES of 80 so...

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 — 29 December 1860

:¿0C ¿ L IHTEX Ll GE NC Es' > I "r . . '.....-.--r- -? . I OntSnocrKiND/MAirA.!-.' A lover of-Penob". in .« Indignant, le'wr in Tues'itiit'aÎTeratif, speaks- in- tho to loffins «tfmplimontary terms of certain juvenilo . Volur loirs, ivliosu conduct,-niter tho presentation of colour o thc'GIobu.Colnpany by thc." Bishop'of Toxtoth,'' ap cars'to hara " riled" tho poacoful correspondent' of ou jading friend '? considerable.'" iro-(good-mun) thu cntly alludes to our galliiitt defenders.- ' "Tho SCÛDO wi rithessod ncar'Botány>-8tr«o't,.on Saturdaysovoning last nactcd by tho junior members of tho nbovo corps, nboui dozen of whom, moro boys, in a fearful ¡late of drunk sjiAaf, hnd quarrelling bbfcwocji themselves and wit] their, boys, presenting and'threatening. to uso theil ayonejti("¡..hnd, ,X have' no hesitation in saying, would ave e£r1ainly,aonb so, had it übt been for tho interfer nco or. êbyoral gentlemen." . (Courageous beings, tjiey mst íiáYo bien hf 'all 'events ' to fuco th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MAITLAND CHRISTMAS RACES. (From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

MAITLAND CHRISTMAS SACES.' , . C^rom the Maitland Mercury.) , . Tlic Maitlàhd Christinas races commenced on JVcdnes dnyjbn tlio'Tluthcrford' course. The weathor was"'un- usually favourable and cool. Tho course was in excellent order, havin" undergone a considerable .amount of pre- paration-hollows having been filled up and tho posts freshly' whitewashed. Tho attendance was numerous, notwithstanding tho rival attractions of tho sports at East Maitland. Tho day passed off without accident ; but the sport was indifferent. Shortly after twelve o'clock tho bell rang for the ? First Hace.-Tho .Cr/niSTMAS Box pf 25 spvs, with a sweep of 2sovs each added, for'all horses "that never won a .prizo exceeding £30, including sweepstakes ; ; heats, one and a half milo ; weight for agc." Tho second I horse to receive £5 from tho prize. . Mr. John Swan's e f Koh-i-noor, 3 years.(Welch) 1 1 I. Görrick junior's ch g Prince.' aged.-3 2: J. JlnmsDy's «kew Bally, aged.0. » P. Si; Doyle's c h Warrior, S y...

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

rrinlBD .iXiOff¿kjÍSÍ¿S,^CJIAjcPlbií. STAKE,o; X £600, with a sweep of £100 each added, lialf fóvfoii «p«n to «ll the-Austrahaa Colonies.:..., ?; ...y..'..' Provided three or. moro horses ¿tart, the accoucl horse W)-r«ofÍTB £200, and.tlie tlürd horse £100 .out. of,,th« 'Bülte. .».:.;' ., ¡:' v. }.*.-., To ba run jforíOT.rr.tho.-NICW'. IOXVÏÎ..BAOI3 COURSE-ia TASMANIA, on .TUESDAY, tho 3rd dar of Docomber,- 18G1. Dijtanco,*Jtlireojïii]oï..n; , ,v... .... Entrioj-to.'boiiddresrod.ftnA.forwnrcleA.-toi ;Üiá. Seero; tory, Borwont'Hotel,-Hobart .Tqwivon.jor.bofbro tho ist of September, 1861..¡.'Forfoits to bo declaredona,month fcefor« the-day of tho rac<i..r,;, . - , ,? . f:<y» ? ' Stone. . ,.Jbs. : Weights.;/3 yrs, old .. : 7 .'. Ol' '. . ' 4 ,', i, ... 8 ' 6 ' R ,"..". ? . 9 . 0 -, 6 . "V. " fc.nged .,. v0. _ 5 i. /v-.jir., /STEWARDS, .."..li ... , J. I;.,B»-.Tábnrfc¿:Esq; . j Thomas Ofield, Esq. Johnüiord, Esq*'v¡-?;. . John .FicliVEsq. ' ... W. Kearney, Esq ' . J...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 29, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

B E L L1 SK lilg E AÏ !\| S Y D {Si E Y. ' IN a few hours will have .'.passed-away a year, which, in the annals of New-South AV ales'will ever ,be distinguished-hy a'!'bad pre-eminence;" ;:' J ' Amid the mists of uncertainty arose tlie sun'. pf 18C0, and amid clouds and tlàrkness -will that sun, .pro down. .-T)ie. retrospect of the past year is-in deed'á melancholy one, and is well calculated to inspire every- well wisher of his country, with, tïie: most gloomy forebodings for the future/ ' ' V Whilst «ach of the Australian solonies, ; even the youngest of them, lias done something for .its adv\iricemerit, it has/been'the hard fate'of the parerit oriento have progresses in nothing-;. hut ;in ?everything receded. Shorn of eyerty prestige, she', .stamla amongst her compeers a sorrovmil spectacle; of the evils which political profligacy and popular indirTerenceliave inflicted upon lier. Politically, socially, and-rommeTcially.'.th.e close of the year ünds'usnn a. tar.rriore pitiable pl...

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

"SOLD." Dr H, A . ;,My ñamo,'is-Np, I .dou't seo that ít'a'any one's Busi- ness what'niv nameísj r -'. " i i _I am a quiet bud well behaved 'person ; attend to ruy business ¿rmtnovor'inferferè willi the business of other people.' I:am sorry.to say that" other people aro not nil b'ko myself.- I have'a complaint to moko, I am inter- fered" witháiid annoyed." I havo' bo¿n led into' on act of unkindness not to : say brutality .by tho persecutions of I others', My only object in writing this protest is ito'¿bato a nuisance,,. .. .'.'.'. ' >'?> ? I The,foUowuig is'iny complaint. ' "' ? --I happen 'to.bo acquainted with' a sot of fellows who" soom to necount themselves humorists. If I say (hat ;I a'ccoimt them asees; I shall bo accused of being in a pai-' sipm. I will simply submit facts. . I don't-wish to bo considered "aa being angry ¡ rather nm T Borrowful,- and" .is ruy-spirit/vexed., f ':>. -, ' I T:am in the habit of going to ii ' popular: restaurant 'to tajarçmy iuoffonrive...

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OUR GRAND ANNUAL PRESENTATION OF VALUABLE CHRISTMAS BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

OUR GRAND ANNUAL PRESENTATION OF). VALUABLE CKBJ8TK&S BOXES. . . " ? . In ncco'rdaïico with our 'annual custom, tho imposing',' ceremony of presenting our most valued friends-willi;;, costly Christmas . Gijts, took placo ' on ' Wednosdnyr (Boxing Day¿) On this occasion our magnificent suite ; of saloons was thrown open for'tho reception of a hostbf ' friends, who assembled to share in pur imboimtled hos-v. pitality. Tho salQons which have recently been, re-decc-. J rated, regttrdle33 of expense, presented a 'most gorgeous/ appearance, and elicited unanimous expressions of won der and delight from our distinguished visitors. The banquet was of tho' most recherche description, compris- ,'. mg everything which refined taste could- suggest, atdod , by unbounded liberality, and a fathonilcss-rVppckot. Olió banquet >vas announced for 8-p.im, arid . about soven Ihe company began to 'assemble, ; .Precisely ' as" tho. great, office clock clnmccT oight, tho Kight BToiiorablq tile L...

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MlSCELLAIME0US. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

M l S C E L L A IM E 0 U S . PnrsióÁi. ADVANTAGES OP DBIÍ.I..^-TIIÍ a paper read :0t t he Social .Science meeting ot Glasgow, last week, Mir Edwin Chadwick says¡7-*>"lt is common to hoar tho manly "education, of English youth-and of tho healthy . exorcise they have received in bout-racing and cricket mado matter of boast ; but what class of youth and what proportion of thci population do .they form who receive these advantages?- In tlfodonsely-covored-in town dis- trict what'space is lhere for citizens' childrcn'to partake' of any such exorcises? or'Trhot timo is there after tin), present, school hours to get. to any space out' of the town' to'engage in them? These or other games ought to bo maintained and provided for, but they do noty however, dispensé with systematised' bodily training. ' Cricket oftoif .'leaves. ' contractée! chests, which a well-applied, drill or systematised gymnastics expand i round should- ers, .'which tho drill .ninkcs'-.straight 5 ^«lismbling; gait, j w...

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A COOL HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

A COOL HAND.. BY dnÁUÁM'AÍLEy.''i ' - " I remember n curious little circumstance,- ^eonnceted willi an nflhir that created, a great scandal nt .tlie.timi, which shows how very cool ono. mar. bo, wlieii'-alife.qr. death necessity-, requires thc promut and -intelligent use .of tho faculties. ? ... . ¡. - . .¡ ; - ..A';" . Mrs Phobo Mallory, was .ono of tho gayest ' andV'pret-!' tiest women of her set. .. Her - husband was exceedingly, rioh, but bf a. quiet .disposition,-., and .too advanced hi years to care much for the round. of pleasures -.in..-.which ' ?his lady lived,'nioved¿.and hod her being.;. .... -? She,'aa confraire, jeemed'to dovoto. herself entirely to the frothy and unstable joys of fasliipnablo lifo,- aaa* wai.' tho reigiùng belle,-by divin» right ofbeautyand .wealth, among the thousands that tlu-ongod her .parlors,twice ¡ a week,, to pay homage to these rare and much couvcted at- tractions. .. .'.. : .". . jj;-- j ,, : Coúsidéring'how vcry.gn.r. she. was-r-how thoughtle...

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DEATH-OF SYDNEY PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

DEATH-OF SYDNEY PUNCH Wo bave this'week tho melancholy duty of noticing thc untimely end of a young and valued literary bro . tlïér-valued, at least, in ns great a degreo aa short ac qiuiintance and the small amount of valuable qualities he evinced will ullow-and wc., regret we had not received the particulars, in time to give information of their be- reavement to our country friends in our last issuo. The cause and manner of our friend's dissolution will.best be gathered from the folloiying account of tho inquest, which has not appeared in our daily contemporaries : The City Crowner summoned a jury pf pay-trona on Saturday last to enquire into tho death of one Sydney Punch, of whose departure from the gay and festivo scene, notice lind been received by that energetic functionary on tho previous dnyj and tho following circumstances'.were elicited. Tho Quat commenced in King-street, but, in consequence of some suspicious circumstances, it was ad- journed to York-street, where, after ...

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

v Tho past weok. or rnthor wo should say the holidays, has been wonderfully, livoly in Cricketing matters ¡ and i tho wielders of tho willow liavo not only shewn great ac- tivity, but they have also been moro, favoured with suii ' shine and .fair, weather, than has been tho easp .during the early, portion of tho " cricketing :ycaK "From'.and after 'Saturday next, " tho E)ovcnielocti''will, we;bclievc, have .two practico days weekly on.the Domain ground, and, as time is short, wo may bo permitted lo hint nt. tho. pro- priety-of constant application.:.-It must not bc forgotten that our Victorian neighbours aro leaving- no stono .un- turned to keep victory hi their hands ¡" »nd that, although it is problematical whethor thorodoubtable "Wills will bo j .ono in-this .season's -eleven,. yot0of-a-surety, the team; .will be strengthened, as well by. nowur ri vals, aa by moro | than ono up-country player whom tho "United victo- j riaus"- may nick up iu .their - rambles. Wo notice that tho sa...

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

. ' WASTED BY THE 1ST; JANUARY, 18G1. TWO INTELLIGENT BOYS to CtàirevJtelCt.. life I 'in Sydney lind tho »übürb'ä ovory.Sritar'dtiy morning. I Kooli will bo provided with a pony,, arid'a suitable iini: form, "Application to bo'»lade at this office, Security will be required. ' ? ' ? ? .. ' ? PICKERING & NICHOLS. TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. . FIVE or SIXHrjNDP.El)~ POUNDS good second ' hand BREVIER: ' ' ' / " To bb sold cheap for CASH. ' Apply at tho ölttcö pf thispapor." .-'''.' .'-'."''.' ""' ' ' ? .' ' S~PLENDID COLORED ENGRAVINGS OP. " ZOEwith pedig'reo and performances," on board'l for framing,,tb he had nt this' olllce; price 5s". . Conir mission "allowed to Country agents andcStàtionors.. ?' O Y A Ii VI C T Ó R I A : TU E ATREV R Director and Stngo Manager. :;Mr JOSEPH RAYNER: | THIS EVENING; .tho MUSICAL FARCE of '. .. A LOAN OF. A LOVER: " ,. . . . ' ... Arid ebiichido with tho, . ? .V... NEW BURLESQUE ¡'AND. CO JUC PANTOMIME,11 v THE PILGRIM OF.IOVE. ; . , Characters jh...

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THE ROAD MURDER [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

THE ROAD TBjßim&y i. Ff orno corrcsponaeñt of tho Morning Toil[.pres thc substance of a-statement' -which Mrs'.! Kent'and'S£r. Par Bonat>t3ie surgeon, volunteered tqWnko,''but'wbich tho Bench declined to receive;-"Mrs/KcrÄi:-wltli tho viefe of oleáring hor husbaúd from -sivsuiciöiis Vliich'slio knew to be'uijuat and uhferanded,--desiredto -stat« tfiat'aä slfo had_ passea'a. most "restless" and""unoasy-night;-8ho wás, prepared'fiolemiiiy, tb Wert that Mr'.'XenV odvdd'not "by ÏMy.^pSBÎiuil-jr havó left Iiis bóÜ-room'-during tho night. -rt^U'be-se'cn''tuat the statcrnent.'thoitghmerël.'if.a repê tition of -what Mrs. Kent had before giro«-in orideni»; is pf groat'iiinpbrtanceas' regards'-'Mr: Kerit,! < It would Bc* 'useless to conceal 'that the manner in -which Mr.--Kent' "gaye7hU"Evrdcnco hos-produccd an unfavorable impression ' ion "tíiá'^ubUo ihüid'tt6>é''s*!íolSfewher.o';;iaDdrthe act pf .ItfcKug upnli».rioliccrnen in tho. kitolicnäs not^otífuUy .understood....

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THE CONSOLATIONS OF SPIRITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

.4:THB ^COIfSOliATIONS OP c-S^ITUÁLISM. I i",'!..'- " . ' . _"J1,i;«-,;1?»;'J ." î_ Mr. Wm. Howitt, in a letter to j«, contemporary, dwella .'wpoa what ha'terma tho blessing*; of jspirituslisin. Ho says :? '^-Thore aro thousanda-of iunihés who, in thoir own ^oieiiiroles.-aucl in'a spirit of. reference and tluuik fulness, are sitting down in¡an,;oveniñg to their table as to * fil'rmly; sifhr) Jtúd thorb jcarjiing daily that ,tho ora . cleat ofcGijd'Xvhpniare.¡ip: all.ages spoken, to Uib.pa.tri' nrclls,thejirOHhebv.they apostles, tho 'fathers,' tho. saints, ? have-tia jnore ceascU tiiánjhe snn.to fhtne^i^^ii^rthr to yiel&.iti lmrristsfJll^ been to me, toany-fa-miiyti anúVji», n.;wida.oirclc gf .rela- tives anfliifrienüs^Jjirpugh ^iorn rit;.lfW¿Va<Vatad, tlie mostTtubstontiálWR3singx>tqKÍstencer.. Bezote i.ts/lúúii ; nous' faetiydmûting up the -présent -with tho snored-past, bindiztg\iip thè-'lifo of/tQ-.ilfly.with;thn;sj)irituai life ,pf the groat-souled and grea...

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

AQUATICS. The Wooloomooloo Bay Regatta, on Boxing Day, cer-   tainty brouglrt outalargor number of aquatic amateurs than we imagined could have been collected together in tho neighbourhood of Sydney, even on the most general holiday, in tho year. From all parts, people peemed to congregate; and, during tho whole afternoon, the pleasant .chores of the beautiful-bay-were covered with as gay an assemblage as it has'been pur lot to see for many a. yean .V. Boating of itself, "we tako tobo about os uninteresting a sport as any that comes legitimately under that category ; but this opinion wp imagine must proceed from our idea that it is far too muchliko hard work,which agrees with' our constitution marvellously ? ill. Wo- aro"- not, how- ever,' sufficiently churlish to refuse to allow to others, .whoso peculiar idiosyhcracics tally not with our own, the means of e'lijoym'g thcmsclvcs according to their several faucic* ; and therefore wo looked upon tho regatta of .Wednesday ...

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THE ROAD MURDER. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

THE KOAJ) MURDER. (Trom the Times.) If tho late Edgar Poo had ant down to invent a tale of mystery, ho could not have imagined anything moro strange anti perplexing than the child murdor, whinh for tito lust nine months lins occupied the. attention of the public Tho matter, after repeated investigations, re- mains still as dark as evor. Noithor Inspeotor 'Wicher's presumed professional skill, nor tho exertions of tho local police, nor Mr. Slack's unprecedented nnd 'almost un- : Jhiglish enquiry, have succcodod in elioiting nny facts which cnn throw any light on-tho deed of that mysterious ? night of the 29th of June. The one or two now circum- stances which have been made public seem, indeed, rather to confound than to confirm former suspicions. Thero is no conceivonble hypofliosis which is .not met with al- most insurmountable difficulties, and if three or four peinons meet, they uro nearly sure to have so many ditto-. rent theories on tho subject. "Wo proiunie tho public nro by th...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

SYDNEY ÍIOIISK MARKET. Messrs. Burt and Co,,report that thc HOMO.:Market, though «l" Interrupted hy tho holidays, show* nu inward tendency. Very few frosh horses of n useful description have been brought In, and conse- quently the week's sales have been very dull; but those of this class submitted to competition have realized very fair prices. . There aro, enquiries for flrst-clnss Hog Curls and Carriages. , Mr. Charles Martyn reports.-Tim Now Year has opened with, brighter prospects in the Horse Market than prevailed for soinc wceks previously. Throughout the week there bas been an Increas- ing demand and ready salo for really serviceable »tock, i and prices generally exhibit n slight ndvanco upon recent quotations. Thc sales at tho Uaianr have been well attended mid numerous draft« of fresh stock havo arrived, principally from Wollongong,' Kinma, and ? tti3 Southern part. The sales at tho Cattle Market have been equally successful. A draft er Colts and fillies belonging to Mr. Jam...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

STOCK AND'STATION REPORT. Fat Cattle-Thc supply lins Again been III excess of the demand mid .although of mir qsialtty sonic difficulty lins been experienced in moving olTlois at satisfactory rates. We quota Ilrst quality from ¡Zi ts ; second quality sa to £3 10s. .. Fat Sheol).-Tho market this week lins been very dull, former quotations hardly maintained. Wo quote first quality sheep shorn I ls 3d ¡ aeconcl quality !2s to 13s. ?. » Store Cattle.-This market still continues lu a very depressed state In consequence of tho rates ruling for fat »tock. Wo quito well SJ;c°sl''rocat,l,lf. mixed sexes, deliverable on tho station, nt frorii 32s to 33d! all bullocks 5ns to Ms; dcliveraula at Maiden's Punt, mixed sexes iii l.'.s to £3 äs ; all bullocks £3 13 to £l. Store Sheep.-.We have an animated demand for youno; breeding ewes Tor stocking tho new country, now opening up northward* : from the (Inn slate of th« wool market, squatters begin to think breeding more íirolUahlc than fáltenlos. W...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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