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

MUDGEE CHRISTMAS RACES. . There wn9 n imincroua attendance upon the two ilnjB (2Gth nutt 27th instant) upon thc conree "kindly provided ; hy Messrs Headford and Foreman,, and we nre glad to record that every thing parsed olT satisfactorily. There wnro one .or two "spills" hy ninntenr .riilerB j, n. horse, ridden by. Mr Héoly'B non jw»» killo<I on tho rfq ond clay,through coming.ihtqcollision, with' another; Korie,' and Quail sustainer! «overo injurie», tho extent of which arc nt present unknown. , FIKST DAT. First Knee.-Cliristmos Box of £25, with ti Bweep of £2 each, for all horses, weight for ago j heats two inileg. 'Tho second horse to receive Iiis stake. Mr S. Hill's True lllue... 2 1 1 Wlllls'a Swift..'.: I S Illarkniaii's Boatxwaln. 3 2 Second liane-.Tj.vntEs' PURSE of £15, for nil horses that have never won n pr¡z>? exceeding £15 ¡ weight for Bgo i heats once round the course. . Mr s;iIlirH Captain Kock. 1 1 Headford.'] Unknown. 2 2 MlllR'a Ilopplnpr Joe. 3 dr B...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DoitîO THE SEXTIMKXTAI..-In describing tho fostivi ties at Manly Boaeh on Ii ow Year's Bay, tho Herald thus sentimentally sings ol' tho vocal enjoyment of Ibu scone : -"If to those (tho strains of muñe) bo added Hui, con- stant hum of joyous voices, tho tiny treblo of childhood blending harmoniously with tho fiutc-liko tones ot maiden dom, nnd tho deep diapason of manhood, n picture is pro sontod such as is seldom soon in a young country." Wo notice this bit of sentimental liforary vocalization simply to remove nu erroneous impression likely to bo created by ifs perusal. Montion being inndo only of " tiny trebles,"' tho bright-eyed daughters of " mui'dendom, and' tho members of t ho " rougher sex," it might ho imagined that tho mothers of tho aforesaid " trebles;* ' wero on this oc- casion consigned to tho solitudo of home, Such, wo ure happy to"say, wa3 not tho case. Tho "mothers of Aus- tralia" ware all there, and it may bo safely affirmed that tho rieh nnd mol...

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 — 5 January 1861

RACING- AT THE MANNING.-During tho Into season of holiday mating, even tho donixens if tho fnr-nwoy-al most-unfindable district of Port Macquarie could not re- sist tho temptation to do n little racing ; and accordingly on Boxing Day, somo sports of this description were brought off nt Candió Plains. For u scattered population n good many people patronised tho Courso, and there was no lack of creature comforts in tho shape of refreshments for the inner man. Tho racing could not bo called first class, but we know that holiday folks aro not over par- ticular. If or thc first-raco Mr. Stool's groy horse beata grey maro nf Mr. Davis's. Tho Pony raco fell to the share of Mr. Smith ¡ and Mr. Kidd appropriated the Duck stakes, which being concluded, the vast assemblage wended their way homeward, hightly delighted with thc revels of the day, Tur; LAUNCESTON- RACES are-fixed for the 26th, 27th, and 2Slh January, and tho Hew Town Meeting opens on the Gth' and continues over tho 7th and 8th Fe...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE LORD MAYOR'S FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

1 TÍIE',.LÓRD, MAYOR'S rAREVTELL. t . At n valedictory meeting of the court of Aldermen held nt the Town Ililli,"huer tho usual loyal hud joafive toasts hud been liquida/cd, the retiring Lord Mayor deli- vered tho following iiddress, which was listened to-with profound nttcntiou by tho ussembled Aldermen'who ap- peared deeply affected, -many of them being unable to conceal,tho piiinful emotions which agitated them. Yoijovial Aldermen of Sydney fair, Behold mo for tho last timo m,t ho chair, Which I have filled so long to my content, . Tn which iny happiest hom's of lifo were spent, . fiiko Woolaey, I must bid a " long farewell," To ull my greatness which I lov'd so well. Eight hundred reasons badi to bo Mayor, ? And keep this splendid oity in my care, f fondly hopid, sineo you were ovcrkind, You might have re-elou-bul, never mind ! You kuow gecut-panes liko Lussiter's I took, And yet they managed my poor goose to Caui't And loft mu hera with sorrow palo, mid wan, No longer Mayor, no...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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INSTALLATION of the NEW LORD MAYOR AT THE CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

INSTALLATION of the NEW LORT) MAYOR AT THE CENTRAL POLICE COURT. "Wednesday wns a terrille doy nt tho G.P.O. Such hurry, scurry, mid bustle. Everybody mulling wildly about in ii slnló of perturbation and perspiration. Hob bios, in donn cap-covers nnd ditto gloves, looking solemnly important, and aggravatingly mysterious, were whispering in groups about tho'magnifloent quadrangle; until nt. length tho publie suspenso was relieved by tho joyful'announcement: that'tho Bight llonornblo John Sutherland, M.P. for Paddington, Alderman of Eitzroy Ward, and Lord Mayor of tho City of Sydney, &e.,&e.,' would timi morning for tho first timo presido ns Chief Magistrate of tho city. Exactly nt half-past 9, n guard of honor of tho Paddington Volunteers, with the splen- did band and colors of tho regiment, marched into tho quadrangle, and took up their position^ At' this- timo it was calculated hy mi eminent accountant that not leas' than 00,000 were nsaomblod. A few minutes before ...

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

ANNUAL PRÉSENTATION OF NEW YEAR'S ' . ' ' GIFTS. . In accordance with our characteristic benevolence, the gentlemen, whoso iinmos* appear below, wore on Tuesday last respectively presented willi a '.'Uirr," in token of om" wann personal admiration, and deep appreciation of their privato and public worth. Tho présentai ion took place in our saiielwu ¡ tho "Dovil" taking tlio chair pre- cisely at high noon ; with whom each gentleman had the honor ol' kissing bunds, ns ho advanced to reçoive his testimonial. Tho ceremony was extremely touching, ami not a few of tho recipients wept audibly in vainly at- tempting to express their acknowledgments. Ilaving sent all over tho " Globo" for tho most recherch wine's,. ' it is almost unnecessary to add that sobriety was tho prevailing feature on tho auspicious occasion.. As a uiattor of course, His Excellency tho Governor-General . look precedence, 'mid was first invited to go to tho "Devil." The presentations'took'pince in tho following order i...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK., Tho carly part of tho work ivas, of course, devoted to tho good old fashioned custom of bidding adieu to tho Old, ¡md welcoming tho New, Year. Splendid wenthor, muí various outdoor attractions caused thc majority of tho citizens to yield to their fhschml ions, and business was in consequence completely superseded by pleasure. Tho wool: has not boen marked by any event worthy of special . notice. - - A man named West, employed afc Billing's menagerie, Watson's Bay, was standing near tho cago of a tiger. on 'tuesday evening, when tho animal caught him by the right arm, t earing away tho flesh, severing tho hand from tho wrist, and fracturing tho bono above tho elbow, so that amputation of Hid limb was lound necessary. The Governor will review tho various volunteer com- panies prior to his departure. Tho 19th instant is fixed ? ibr tho martial display. William Bi-adshnw, of Hast Maitland, mot his death on Boxing Day from accidentally recoiving a blow on tho hea...

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MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

MEETING OF TUB NEW";PARLIAMENT., BY FUZDOZ. 'Twas Thursday in old Sydney town, Such crowds I ne'er sn»-nineo u alicker, .Aud lue people, from bishopto clown, Were triek'd out iti best bib mid (uuker. Tho "oabbagc-treo mobs'" thut you'd meet . ' Wore oil' to. Hie Purliuinont Houses, -.Bn/Hiorflfatho Hiing» on their feet, ? Ami Fet/tops tho iiiliuo of their /rouses. ' The'anny dispollod oil our fenrs, Tho navy, from "Jack" to tho skipper, Anil tho'chioi of our "lïorso Volunteers" Condescendingly tipp'd us his'llipper. The Thistle," tho Shamrock, and Leek Mudo tho old English Hose to look cheery, man, And our bhie-boltle friend, "J orry Sneak," That's, noted for being a leary num. :Oflktials in gowns and big wigs - ' . Were singing tho llntciitchur's Daughter, And tho grocers, foranking their figs, Drank nobblers of brandy nud water. Says tho Qiiv'nor, says ho, "I sny Hell, if you'ro seedy, I'll settle your dizziness, - Come, jump'up with mo for a spell, We'll set these new hands to th...

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

CnnrsTOiAS SroRTs.-"REOKT.ESS DJIIVTN'O.-A picnic party, consisting of Professor llnshcll noil n minibcr; of nia friends, occupying iii nil three buggies and a light American waggon, wore returning from tho Imilks' of. tlie Murray on the evening of Christmas) Pay, whon they were .overtaken 'between: ; Wahgunyah and' Rutherglen, by a conch full of .jolly pleasure seekers, driven hy a no- torious .fohn .M'JCale, . (alias tho Flying Barber) who, oil llor ína ddened by drink or tho oxoitomont. of thu «lay. drovofull upon tho hinilruosl vohiele of tho nortear, con- taining the worthy professor himself and two of his lady friends. The whcol ol" . tho conch struck tim buggy fair in tho centre, smashing tho axle, scattering thc spokes, mid dashing thc Professor among tho horses'feet. Ono of tho ladies, cither by her own activity or the force of tho concussion, was drivon out upon tho road clear of tho wreck, tho othor ladies' dress gob entangled in the wheel, and was lorn into ribbons, but ...

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TOM CRIBB'S TRAINING. (From Baily's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

TOMCRIBB'S-.TRAINING. (From Baily's Mayazmn.J ; Tom Cribb had publicly retired from tho ring, nntl for mouths hnd been lenrting'n life of total inactivity. Hoing a general favourite with the public, ho'wns 'boing con- stantly pressed to drink : it was tho right thing lo havo a glass with "honest Tom," mid he hud bccoino a waste butt tor the Fancy. Ile lind, in consequence, thrown np hc.ips of llcsh, ¡mide ns wi»ll as out. j and as he crawled', along, pulling and wheezing ns.he went, from one sport- ing pitbliu-ho'u.ie lo another, hut few por.ions would hare imagined that he was capable of performing'a'gryat athletic font. Captain Barclay, however, judged other- wise ; ho knew the iron. constitution that bo had'to deal with, mid that, for his size, Cribb was naturally an native niau. Uri determined, thorelbre, when Cribb 'was, once ' more matched for thc championship-, that liiYnhould train nt Vry, under his own oyo. Cribb started in a sailing' vessel from tho Thames, and arrived nt ...

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

.Vi I SC ELLAIMEOU S. .if Tiri: VisiofTAiiT EXCURSION.-In June, of tho year 1857,-,a Indy whom I shall designate ns Mrs A was residing Arith lier hnsbund, a colonel of tho British army, and her infant child, on Woolwich common, near .London. One night in the. carly pnrt of tho month, sud- denly wakening to consciousness, sho felt herself ns if standing hy tho bedside and looking upon her own body, which lay hy tho sido of her sleeping husband. Ifer first impression was that sho had died ? suddenly ; mid tho idea wns confirmed by tho palo and lifoless. huo of - the body, tho fuco void of expression, and tho wholo appear- ance sliowing no sign of vitolity. She gazed nt it with curiosity for somo time, comparing its dead look with that of tho fresh counteiinnco of her husband and of lier slumbering infant in tho cradle hard by. For a moment sho experienced n feeling of roliof that sho had escaped tho pangs of death ; hut the next she reflected what grief her death would be to the survi...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 January 1861

AÓJ!ÑTS'FOÍi TliíS JOURNAL. HEÛ.'S LIFE IS RYDNKY inny lie nhtalnod oYcry Saturday nt Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South : Ilcailllci.nl; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Itonil; Afr Twynan, nt the Hallway Stntlim; »tr Leslie,-Parra, lunlta-street; Mr Mnttos, llrickllelil Hill; Mr llaiicroft, P.-uk alreot; Mr Fanser, ticoigc-strcet South; Mr Jackson, (ioarge strcct South ; Mr Lucenla, Parrntnattn-strcet ; Mr Oartlett, George-street; Mr Hamm, Rrsklne-strcet; Mr, tarter, South Head Road; Mr Frank, Market-stuct West; Mr Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, Gsorgc-strcot, near Market-street; Mr F. M. Moore, Castlercagh-strcct ; Mr Ford, George-street North ; and Mr Ocorga Allen, Rotany ltond, ltedt'urn. Agencies arc required fur oilier irai lions of tlio city and suburbs. Adelaide.n. II. Colley Adelung Quartz lleef.W. H. Kent Albury." ...Messrs Middleton and Cn Appin.C. Marris, Junior Armidale, Now F.nglaud.Jolin Moore Dalmain.;.Mr (¡Inver Bathurst .Archib...

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

THIRD AUSTRALIAN OUAMITONT STAKE of ¡C500, with n mvcop ot £100 enoh nddod, lialf forfeit f open to nil tho Australian Colonies. Provided tlireo or moro horses staï-i, tho second Iiorso lo rccoivo £200, mid tho third homo £100 out of tho Stale. . .. To bo nm for nvor . tho KEW TOWN BÁ.CE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd day of December, 1801. Distance, tlireo niles. ICntrici to bo iiddroascd nnd forivnrciod to ibo Score-! titrr, Donwit Hotel, Hobart Town, on of before tho 1st nf September, 1801. Eorfoitsto bo declared ono mouth .teforo the day of thc raco. Stono. lbs. Woights... Il yrs. old " ... ÍT 0 . * »t .»... ' . ... 8;. 0 5 " " ... ,0. 0 0 " " &ngod.., 9 0 BTKW'jVIlDfl. Thomas Field, TZaq. Joh» Field, Esq. Ju«. ¿ord, Esq. .G-. A. Komp, Esq. S. Bluoltwell, Esq. To act with SteH'ardä to bo nppomtod by each of tho Colonios. ? .-I J. W. CKRAY3ÏS, 101S Hon. Seo. J. JJ. D. Tnlrort, Esq. John T/ori, Esq. VT.' Kearney, Esq W. Dodder}-, Esq. rpjTE VICTORIAN .TOCICKY CT&a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

LOUD Bnouair.vir AS AN OÍD .WOMAN.-In replying to tho toast of " Tho Ladies," aftor a dinner at Glasgow. Lord Brougham enid :--" It is an old saying, at th» Knglish bar, that after a certain ago a man becomes an o'd woman (laughter), an observation which is currently and not very decorously appliod to our old judges by thoso who travel in Westminister Hall. But, that being thc case, and I haring uttained tho distinction of un ola woman, do myself tho honour to return thanks for the ladies (roars of laughter), for myself and my younger sisters (renewed laughter), for the kind reception you havo given to tho learned sheriff's proposed toast." (Loud Cheers),-Mrmini/kam Gazette. ÏÎACINO IN ANCIENT GIIEEOK.-Tausnnius speaks of a monument erected in honor bf a maro callod Auria, whoso history is worth repeating. Plridolns, her rider, having fallon off in tho beginning of tho race, tho more continued to run iu the same manner as if ho had been on her back. She outstripped all tho rest, and...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE.-ooRACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

?SP O R T I Ni C O 0 N I C L F . -lio .. .. R A C E S. ,1' O, C O M E. ',. . Wool Pack Inn. Jnnuary 15th. - Cabramatta.t......... January 21 til. . -. limliiiptl.F.ii> Sill. Gili. nn.l 7111. Albury..-.....l',.b. 12ili lîllh. nml Hil). Camden...........March 5th,Stn, and 7lli. Tarriaro.?.?... .'Mureil <Hih, Randwick; Autumn......April, 18th, 19th and 20th, v. ..: ,,. VICTORIA. ' Portland Rucea.-.Jon 22nd, 13rd, and 24th Wangaratta...- _.;.¿Jan. 39th, 30th, and 31st. ¡ . QUEENSLAND. Qiteonaland Champion Sweepstakes ......May S3 til, 1831. ' ?' ? ? ; - . ; TASSTAJÎIA. Third Aiutrallan Champion Stak» .Deccmbor'lrd, 18GÚ

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

SYDNEY HÖItSE MATtKF.T. Messrs Dutt & Co. report.-Until this week hardly any thins has been done In cnnsoinience of thohollclnya, anil tis yet, thc Mnrkct Is at n standstill, except In superior horses, which can be readily got off, but middling small and inllrm horses cannot lie sold unless nt almost nominal prices, for every horse or this class wanted there arc 20 offering;. A few country lots from tho Shoalhaven and Woll- ongong districts have been sold this week at prices ranging from £8 to £20 for hackneys; ¿CH to £30 giß horses ; and £20 to £38 heavy draughts. . ... Mr. Charles Martyn reports.-Each salo tills week ha* passed 'oil" very satisfactorily, the number of horses sold hMiiRTather in excess of last week's sales. The fresh arrival« continuo numerous. Prices generally aro good, particularly so .when anything of n. thorough good stamp ls offered ; strong and well 'shaped ' unbroken colts also continue to sell exceedingly well at tho Cattle Market Sales. A draft of ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

S YD NETT ÏWARK-STS, FRIDAY. WirOLS-BAI.E TTtlCBH. WHEAT,7s to Rs por lniihcl : Hour, £17 lo £19 per lon : mnlao,, 4 s to TH OJ: barley,4s; capo dino. 4s per lin-dielt' hay, oaten, £6 £8; Oubemo, '£3 10s to £4 por Inn; Imtlor, Ort to'Od ; cheese Od to I"; bacon Od to 8il par Hi ; ICtus Ol to ls pcrilniéii i finvl»,' 2j Cd. t> 3i «id per.couple; .potatoes, £5 to*£S licr.lon ¡tat pies lld to Dd per lb'¡ beef, .40". .mut- ton, SO per cwt i Hides. 8s tn ,15s ;.tobacco, ls 2d to I« Od per ]b,4tiesl quality; Laer rna «ceil I« Cd per Hi, rotuli Sn;- porcnnUl.red clover, illttn illtto; wlilio )>i>tclv2s6docr,lb; station;and mlxe I statics, . 2s 6d por lb, sorghum tacclmmtura, ls per lb;'-8aed oats 3s Od to 4s 6d pot bushel. ' ' ,; ' ' ' ? PERRI ?» A.ND POK, Commission Agents.' HATMABKET PniCES - liny," lia¡Od to 7s6d: il mw, 4s Ol lo 5s Gd; wheat, 74 od ; oats, 3i fld tn 3s, 9d ; darloy, 3s 3d iii 3s Ol:, cows, £6 Os to £9 OJ; calves, 25) to 46» ; bark, £3 1 Gs to £1 Ol por ton ; B...

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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

; THE PARLIAMENT. PARLIAMENT was opened on Thursday . hy com- mission,, anti yesterday was formally inaugurated, by/the¡ Governor-General. rThe afluir, exeitedj lint little" manifestation of pi)hlic interest. The [Mon. T.'"AVMurray was re-elected Speuker, and 'Mr. Robertson informed the House thxt hence-, ; forth the Premiership would.vest in Mr. Cowper,. señior. It is understood that Mr. Piddington will, inot come forward again, for llié Chairmanship of iCoih'mittees; and I hat two candidates for the /office 'will, appear, Messrs. Hart 'àùdf iWisdom.r M e think it would be wise in . the House not to lose, so favorable an opportunity oftpromoting; the in- terests of Üie,coimtfyj as that" now presented of. having the business of tile House, whenjin com?; mittee conducted with WISDOM. ,; , ;- . -. . ;>

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

SroitTliro.-Wo wore obliged to postpone our report j of tho match which took plnuo on tho race-course < lost , week, between Mr. T. Fenncll's b g Veno, and Mr. Jones's Morcurin, for G sovs ; twice round, ono event. : Although tho ruco was. arranged on tho spur of tho moment,' Ibero was" o considerable number of amateurs of tho turf upon tho ground, who displayed much interest. Hunter rodo Veno in his usual admirable style, and tho mure was ridden by the aboriginal l'oblo Funquo, tho Circuí rider. . Huntor Boon got to tho foro, and l'oblo held his mare back, most probably in accordance with in- structions, whichnppcarcd tous injudicious in thocxtromo. Vcnocnmo ulong first without over being caught, andevent ually won by several lengths. Tho owner of tho losing horse seomod much astonished nt tho result, ns ho cx pressedatrong nnticiputions of gaining au easy victory," but nobody seemed disposed to back Mereuriu, who ap- peared to bo in a weekly condition, and not qualified...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

.ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES tlEOKIVED fruin S. II. T., Cook« River; J. D. Hyde: and from Penrith agent. . .?. J. O. W.VPPNBIT1I.-.Mueh'obll.fcd! tut tilt report li now stale.. We should have been glad to have received it betöre ¡the in-, tereit In iheineat lng ha« now lapsed, and watten of recent oc rumiice claim precedence. , . > » ALPHA, GA VN'nA.11.-Medea not.starting.'the bel li void." Wj C.,,TA.MWORTH.-The Stewards con .elect to mn «rider any rules. 2. Tho fourth unadvertised race may be ran either under, the mles advertised, 'nt un such cundltlons ai the Steward« moy appoint. 3. Under Hule 7, the horse who«« rider dismounted ii properly disqualified, if protest-id. against beCjre weljhtiijt. , If not. the decision of the Steward! is final. COCKATOO ISLAND.-Declined, with thank*. . O.M., KIAMA,-li's horse Is second In the race, and ho conse- quently wins. C, P. O.-íf the individual who Rend« us occasional contributions ?written on thu hack of uscrt-un oiricial do...

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