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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

STTDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WirULBSALE TlUCtïfl. Vfnr!AT,7» In 8s per biulwl.: Hour, £17 to .-CIO per ton ; malz», 3« Od to 4i 0 Ji lnirloy,4s¡ cope aillo. 4* por Imshol; liny, nilton, £G £S¡ lucerne, £3 10s tn Al per lon : tmtmr, (lil tn 9.1 ; dice»n, OJ lo 1»¡ uacon Ort tn, 8.1 per lt) j F.i. B, 01- to 1» pardozon'i' fi win,- SJ 0<1 tn 3s Ga porcnuplo ; pitamos, £6 lo £S per ton t flit'lilia 01 to Sd per lb s bcof, 40s. mut- ton, no per cwt i Milos. 6.1 tn 15s : tiibncni. Is Hil lo ls 6<l por lb, best njulllv. Lacarno seed ls Od ncr Iii, rotuli 2s i pnronnlnl red clover, itttln ditto« willie Dutch, »s Gd per lb ; ttntlùn lind mlxoi Rasse*. 2« Od por lb, sorghum inccliaratuni, ls per lb ¡ seed oats 4s Od io Os Od pei busbct, , - - - ;, - . ; FEKRH AND SON, Commission Agents.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE.-ooRACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

SPORTING CHROMICLF. -ob SADES TO OOH!. Guichen Bay .lan. 9th.-10th, audlllh. Haihuret .ViibSih, Bili. HIHI 7th, HOI. A Urary.Wi. lah. l3ih,onil lill). Camden.Mardi. Tortiaro .Mureil 'IStli, 1801. yiOXORIA. rennin Knee.Tan Silland Oin v Portland llama......:?.Jan 22nd, Mrd.niiil Mlh iva guralia.Jan. -Olli, 30th, aaa .list. QUEENSLAND. Queensland Champion Sweepstakes .Slay29lli, 1B01. TASMANIA. Third Australian Cliamplou Stakes.December 3rd, 1861.

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 — 5 January 1861

THE TU RF. OUR first duty for to-day,, in the way of racing »natters, is to make allusion to tm error which by some means unknown to us crept into the A.J.C.'s advertisement of the Metropolitan Maiden Plate; ani wc are glad to have, this week, to alter the amount to he given from a " cool hundred" to a " century and a half," which is the prize now of- fered to those equine quadrupeds which, up to the time of their being entered, have never done a_ "good thing." New Year's Day gave Turf amateurs plenty of opportunity to enjoy their tastes. In what we may call thc suburban districts, thc advertised meetings at North Richmond and Baulkham Hills brought together a goodly array of sportsmen; and though the stakes were not of sufficient magnitude' to entice the more celebrated nags of class one; yet the inducements provided were ample to ensure good racing among the mediocrities. The " Big Fellows" are now having a spell until " Bathurst," after which Camden and Randwick in March and Apri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

llATSrARKET PnifiíM -liny, 0) 0,1 to 8s Od : straw, is 0.1 to OJ Od s wheat, 1» Od to 7s 3il ; maize. 3s Od to 4s Od ¡ outs, 3i Ort to 4s Od ¡ liatlov, 3s3d m Ss OJ: cows, £.7 0« ta £9 0¿; enlves, 2Us tn »Os i bark, £3 10s to £4 10s por ton ; «reen stuir, 8d to ls por dozen bundles.

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NORTH RICHMOND RACES. NEW YEAR'S DAY, TUESDAY, 1ST JANUARY, 1861. JUDGE —D. Eaton, Esq. STEWARDS —G. Guest, J. Markwell, C. Allen, and F. B. Bennett, Esqs. TREASURER AND SECRETARVY —Mr. W. II. Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

NORTH RICHMOND RACES. NEW Yukn's DAT, TUXSCVY, 1ST JAWXRT, 1SC1. JUDGE :-U. Katern, Esq. STEWAIVDS :-Ö-. Ouest, J. Markwell, C. Allen,. and IT. B. Bennett, Esqa. TIVEAHTJUEJI A KB SECIIETAUV :-Arr. V. IT. Clarke. CLERE OF TIIE COIIKSE :-Mr. Albert Cornwell. Tíioso New Your's Day turf sports caino-olT in lino form according to announcement. Tho weather wns all that the moat inveterate pleasure seeker could dusiroj aud, of conr.ie, it Ticing a goneral holiday, a very largo number of visitors honored thc course with their presence. Fully us ninny pebplo were present nB were attracted by tho Annuul Hawkesbury Races of Inst September, and we must especially notice tho gny appearaiieo which the scono dorivcil I'roni an uniiaiiiilly largo nltemlnneo of thc " fair enchantresses" of the district, wlio certainly added marvellously to the already enjoyable faro provided by the promoters of meeting. 'Xlic gentler sox of Richmond lind its neighbourhood are, ns wo hnro frequently before hail tho ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

NEW YEAR'S DAY. . As glorious n sim ns over shod his gcnînl smile upon tho Quean ol'(ho South,, and imparted beauty and anima- tion to all around, ushered in tho first of January, 18B1. Tho cloudless' azure of our Australian sky could not bo seen to greater perfection, whilst a lino north-cast breeze tempered tho warmth of tho salutations which old Sol imprinted upon tho glowing checks of Australia's fairest flowor. Under tho1 cheering inlluonco of such magnificent weather, " begono dull euro" wus the order of the dur, and by thousands did our citizens bf every rank go forth, attired in gala costume lo hill a fitting wolconio lo thc now year. Wherever pleasure was to bo found, there did its smiling votaries assemble in joyous multitudes to do hoinagö at tbo'shrino of mirth. All ohr most favourite places of holiday.resort put forth strong claims for the consideration of the guy throngs who resorted lo them. Manly Beach, Little Manly-which, by thc way, bids fair to becomo a formidable...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

c-: AWSW3BS TO COSRESPOiiDENTS. 11ËMITTA.KCES RECEIVED freía C. I!., Broulee| V. C., Orange; nnilirimi Mudge? and Parramatta agent*. T. A.-The Chnmpron -nace was run In alx minutes, one second; consequently 51. betting thnt lt was run tn six minute!, loses. S. H. B., MUDGEE.-H., hiing distanced, has nu place In thc race, notwttliatimfUnn that he «-on thu first bent.

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JANUARY 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

BELIES UPE IÎM SYDMEY. Sn>ArJ!T, JAXUAHY 6, 1801. O «j Thursday next the new parliament will asscm *"~blc for thc " dispatch of business," and of a most -ordnousnnd multifarious character will honorable gentlemen find thc " business" that will tax tlic rnçrgies of their " collective wisdom." For many reasons the meeting of the Assembly is looked for ward'to with more than ordinary curiosity, and various are thc speculations indulged in as to the . - efficiency of its members, and the amount of public frond likely to accrue from its political labours. Since the inauguration of Responsible Government, 'no parliament lins been returned more calculated " to awaken a feel lng, not of interest,' but of mere curiosity respecting its future proceedings. Com- posed of men, a large majority of whom aro new to public lifeï it is fair to presume that some in- dulgence will bc accorded to the novelty of their position, ami the difficulties which invariably attend a " first appearance" whether...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

/"N EïîTIjEîrEN fitvouriug us with orders for this VJ Journal will'bs pleased to cncloso tho necessary ndvanco for she months subscription, vis 13s, or a t£l noto which will eovci'throe quarters of tho year. ÍTOKETÍIXG & NICHOLS. o COUNTRY AiTEjrrs' AXD sra&ÔEilîÊïïs. -Our accounts to the 01st December, 18G0, having been duly forwarded, t e kind attention of our friends to an oavly settlement is particularly requested. PICKEfilNG & NICHOLS.' January 3rd, ISM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

Printod und Published, by G-KonoB Fiíimniis. Pioio:nnra mid OirAiti.'ES llAiitLTOsr NIOIIOT-S, ut tlio JlelV* Life in Sydney Printing Olllce, 228, Cnstlercngh-fllroot, .Sydney, Now South Wolus, Saturday Jan. 5, 1801.

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

. THE A T BI C Ali S. ROYAL VICTORIA. Tho pantomimo still enjoys uninterrupted success ¡ tho curtain on each night of tho past week having been drawn up to crowded houses. Weduesday and Thurs- day 'evenings were set apart, for thc rutrliniihir delecta- tion of tho Juveniles, when " Tho Pilgrim of Lovo" com- menced tho entertainments. Our young friends homo for tho holidays showed iu good foroo ; it was a pleasing sight, indeed, lo seo so many smiling faces, and right pleasant to hear tho ejaculations nf wondor and delight, which over and anon burst forth from Ihn lips of tho youthful portions of tho audience. Tho burlesque, though nn excellent prelude to tho pantomimo, has berni shorn of its fair proportions ; much of tho dialogue, nnd many of tho songs that appear in tho original piece, being non exl in tho version produced nt tho Victoria, theatre ¡ but perhaps thora was good reason for culling; tho pruning knife into use. Any delects, however, which may bo apparent in tho first p...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

Tn>: Mnsi;irjr.-Among tho presentations of natural . history, noticed hy a daily contemporary, a few daya «¡lino, tho following was unintentionally- omitted:-VBy ' Mr. .T. 0. Wurra.-The great ' Wost Sydney Gt-ooao tluit wouldn't lay golden eggs." . ¡ . AN ' APIUIOPIHATS NEW YEAR'S Grrr :ronr,/rni5 , IiAniES.-A glauco of pin1 "eye,"-a treasure wliiiili wo foul mncli pluAsnre iu giving to tho dear creatures , con amoru J ?? ' , ' ,

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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

To the 'Editors of MelFs Life in Sydney. (ta.TLEMfW,-I lyivo lintl such an immietnlcenbly lazy ' fit during tba holidays, coupled with tm amount ' of varied onjurincnt but seldom »net with, even by the mont inveterate pleasure-seekers, that I quito neglected writing, according to my custom, last week; not that I could linve told you much, for I came across-very Sew Havan of racing interest, either nt Livorpool ; or elsewhere, during that period ; mid I may nlmont say tile same of tho week now passing over, our benda. ? However, as wo are now in thc Brat wi-ek of the new year, »nd have BO many things to give rise tu great, hopes for, tho future, na well as 'so' many otho? thing« thut. require our utmost solicitude, I cannot resist the temptation to dot down-a. few, ideas, just'nt the commencement, ns it were, of a new «ra. . Your nccount of the Liverpool' races last weak fell far short of tho reality j but tliat's quito excusable, Hoeing that lind you drawn a correct picture, peoplo ...

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THE BITER BIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

THE BITER BIT. The sun 13 in tlio shy, mother, tho flowers aro springing fair, And the melody of woodland birds is stirring in tho nir ; Tile river, smiling to tlio sky, glides onward to tho sen, And bnppincss is crorywlioro, oil mother, but with mo ! Tlioy nro going to tho church, raolhor-I hear, tho mnr riogo boll ¡ . It booms along tho upland--oh ! it haunts mo Uko a knoll ; He loads her on his arm, mothor, he oheors lier faltering stop,. ...*.. And closely to his eido sho clings-sho doe«, tho de- mirep ! . ' _ Théy'ïre crossing: by tho stile,- mother; where wo 'io oft have stood, ..'.-' Tho stile boside tho shady thorn, at tho corner of tho wood ; ! And the boughs, that wont to murmur back tho words that won my car, , Wave their BÜVor blossoms o'or him, as ho lends his bridal foro. : , ; He will pass hesido tho stream, mother, where first "my hand ho pressed, ' By.thomoodow whore, with quivering lip, his .passion ho confessed ¡ , .' ' ? ; And down tho hedgerows whero wo'vo.stray...

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

CRICKET. ...Sow Your's Day, being a general. holiday, - ,wa3 of course prolific, in matches : but «ono took pince bctwoon the crack Elevens of the colony, and therefore but little insight could be gaiucd into thu coming great event, lu .tho.mountinia Sro notice that tho:Victorian great guns arc, «nd havo been in a slate of continual activity; for hot only hare tho" Unitod 151even"-been tuking all tho gus out of fifteens and eighteens in the country, but imme- diately ou their return from their first slurring tour, its iU(.'inhcrs vere most of them engaged in a mutch be- tween tho Melbourne and Richmond Cliibs ; during which, on thu flint day, J. Iluddlelson (on the Richmond side) made OS, not out j hil club scoring no less than 229, with the loss' nf only four wickets. Huddleston's untiing, in last, year's mulch, must not be lost sight of, mid such displays of good cricket us wo rend nbuitt by cvory mail, ought surely to stimulate our players to any amount of practice and timely -ex...

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GHOST-LORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

GHOST-LOBE. Hie following ia one of titree examples1 of dreams of which Mr Owen asserts that .they invqlve, "unless the narrators directly lie,.'. phenomena and laws" connected with dreaming; which have never yet been ex- plained, and.hare scarcely been .investigated." It was communicated by tho daughter of a gentleman, well known in tho literary circles of Great ilritain, and ho gives it in her own w^rds. " OKB DliEAjr THU COCNTElirAUT OF ANOTnilt. , " We.had a friend, S-, who some years ago was in a delicate state of health, believed to bo consumptive. He lived several hundred miles from us, and, although our family were intimately acquainted with liimself, we knew neither his home nor his family; our intercourse being chiefly by lottors, received nt intervals. " One night, when-there was no special cause for my: mind rcvorting to our friend or td his state of health, 1 dreamed that I had to go to thc towii whoro ho resided. In my dream I oeomed to arrive at h particular house, in...

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MR. LOVER'S VOLUNTEER SONG. THE TWO BARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

MR. LOVER'S VOLUNTEER SONG; TUB Two BARBÉIS. There's n barrnl I have in a corner so snug, Well cluirgcd with tho bust of good nie [ "With o tankard of that, how tho timo will slip by, : . "Witha pipo or n song, or good talo ¡ If a friend from just over tho way should stop in, Ho's hailed with a hearty good cheer, And noror repents as ho tastes tho contents Of an Englishman's barrel of beer. There's a barrel I have, but much stronger than beer Is tlio charge which for that I intend ¡ It hangs by tho cliimnoy, in readiness near, Por I mean it my hearth to defend. If a foo from just over tho way should drop in, "Wo'll lneet'him witli throe hearty cheers; But I think he'll repent when he tastes the contents Of tho barrols of stout Volunteers. And tims douhlo-barroll'd, my boys, let us livo, Prepared for our friends or our'foes ; Tho hand that in friendship will readily give Is .ns rendy at need to giro blows. And whether tho spigot or trigger we draw, ?Our barrels won t fail us I wean ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

JIM'S IMe in Spilnry ami Sporting Chronicle I» published every Snlurtioy morning.., Country Subscriber* will he recelyed on pay mont of Six Months lu Ailrancr, viz., 13s. Thc Quarters end au thc .list Mareil, .loth June, 30th September, and 31st December, . respectively, nt which periods only can Subscribers reston, en paying up arrears. Purtles subscribing in thc middle ora (inaner will only be charged from the datu of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify in writing on tho face of them thc number nf Insertions, or they will be continued and charged accordingly, till countermanded. _-_;_

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THE IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK. (From the Ar[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

THE IMPROVEMENT OP STOCK. .{From the Armt.J One, and a very important, part of -the science breed- ing lies tn the knowledge of how to match the diQprent animals chosen for this purpose, and of tho degree in. which the several porticos-.eîrthèirarAo, or the constitu- tion itself, is influenced by, or dependent.on, tho .male or the female parent. It does not follow, because twp Animals aro remarkably mid similarly good, that they - aro certain, or even very likely, to produce superior olí1 .'?pring. . Both, may bo good in tho snino points and alike deilcimt in ofhars, in which case the probability in that, ' although tho points of excellence can be scarcely im- proved, tho. defects may becomo moro marked in their progeny, and this to the great surprise of tho owner, , unless lie lins moro tlmn ordinary experience or ncquaint anco with both tho theory and" practico of his businoss. With a thorough knowledge of the principles of brooding, the cause of such disappointments, when they do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

ROY Je JJ. V I M O ll I A THE AT EUI Director and Stage Munngcr...Mr JOSEPH "RAYNER? -THIS EVENING-. ? . ; TILE -CHILDREN . IN TUB WOOD. ' 1 And tho Durlosquo and Pantomime bf THE PILGRIM OF DOVE, PRINCE AHMED, THE : COOICATOO, AND ENCHANTED HORSE. ' lu which FRAULEIN FANNIE nud tho BROTHERS ? .. LEOPOLD will appear. ". ' . ?'? ,'.. '' NOTICE:-^ G-RAND ? DAY PERFORMANCE of the'BURLES QUE and PANTOMIME, undor tho Dis-; tmguishod Patronage'of hisi'Excellency Sir W. T. DE NISON aud Family, who have signified their intention ol. honoring the theatre With their provence.1 - ? ? '. Doord opon at 2 oclook ; to uoiumcnoo at í pa3t' 2. '20 . PRINCE OF WALES THI5ATRE,; DATHÍ7RST. ?^S^O LET-Terms rory moderato, to a good ooiiipany; JL Tho fittings, scenery, niid dcoloralions, aro ontirely now.-Wi,CHAPMAN. ' ; .'.."'" ' 20 AUTION.-Messrs. It. and L. PERRYS aud Co. av0 ouly to ba consulted nt their residence, No. 10, Bernors-stroet,' Oxford-street, London," as theynover, un-' der any circumstanc...

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