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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

AQUATICS. On Saturday last n yacht rnoo took, place iii .tho luir*;, hour, tho prize being a handsome cup,, given by Messrs. Pritsh nnd M'DonnolI with à sweep of live pounds, each addod. Of tho boats which contended on the previous Saturday, tho Era alone was absent, and tho. Julia, only . a fow days out, from. England, mndo . tho , humber of startors up to soven. On this occasion therp was no eon going work, the course hoing nil insido tho.heads, marked out by buoys, nnd having to be t\vico',traversed by the yachts. Great delny took place Jn starting, and tho flue brouzo which had been blowing was lost to .tho boats t hrough tho lateness of the hour.. About, threo o'clock they got under way, nud tho Australian showed in ad vaneo with tho Julia in closo attendance.., Annio Ogle, however, soon asserted her rights, mid passed hor leaders, talcing up a Btrong position in.front, and from this out she had tho raco.in hand tho..whole way. Iii thc first round tho now English bont carried a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, 30th January, 1801. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, 30th January, 1801. DEAÎI BELr-jTho fart of the Queensland Cliainplon Stakes being originated in this our infent colony so soon after its establishment, will, I think,-prove to the sister colonies thnt wo do not irish to romain behind them-«as 'far as «porting affairs are concerned. AH the time is draw- ing rapidly near when speculation -will begin to show itself.with regard to tho above-mentioned race, I purpose sending yon a weekly account, coiitiiniugoJl reliable in- formation that can ûo obtained with regard to sporting aUkirs", and which I think will interest your renders. The-Ipswich course is. now, and liai been fur some Jmt, undergoing a thorough repair. Tho running has been, considerably lengthened, and several sharp turns havo boen avoided i and I think thnt if we have a mode- rate share of fine weather, tho owner» of horses will not . have .much to complain of, os fur as good galloping is ?concerned. There is, however, one great drawback os pecially ...

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THE BRITISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

3"HE BRITISH TITER Tlie solemn festival-tho "settling" days after thogrca races-at thnt methodist chapel-looking building botweei Tuttcrsnll's sale-yard and tho cows' grass-plot, whorl bank-notes aro carried by eboaves, and wafted about lik waste paper, bring to a crucial test tho ono virtue ossen tinl for standing on =tho first lino-tho gronadiors of flu guard of turf mon-payment, prompt payment. Yoi may ho a fraudulent bankrupt, a pickpocket, a forger freo by a flaw in tho indictment ; you mny bo guilty o: tho foulest crimes, or notorious for the basest propensi ties; but, so Ionç ns you pay, you will bo freely admitted to tho subscription-rooms and tho betting-rings. You nre Bure of tho familiar if not tho friendly companion shin of your fellow-professionals, and you may. probably find yourselves honored with some playful * nickname, descriptive of of your peculiar rascality. Palmer, who never entered tho London betting mart, had acquired, long before his detection, tho sobriquet...

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SYDNEY'HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

SYDNEY'-HOUSE ItAUKET. Messrs Duri nnd Co notice about tho usunl amount of business throughout tho week, quantities pf Inferior stock still glut tho burne market, really pood scrvtcca'blc horses nhravs command a falrprlce. : Dorine; thc week ire Imyc; disposed of £1 lioracs picked front thc , Shonlbnvcn Stud by prívalo contract nt an average of ÜH5 per hoad. Our auction sale» hnvu exhibited about lao head, uf which 23 were unbroken, ami «old nt th« cattle ninrkol yards nt nu nverngro af 4JG¡ . a lot of J from Shoalhaven wont from £10 to £as ¡ some cart horse» from thu same dUtrlct from JESO lo i!30j middling horjoi from JB5 i- upwards. ' "Mr. Churlo» Marlyn report» little -variation In the Hone Market this'week. Thc fresh arrivai» continuólo bc very extensive, and sale» numerous, without any material alteration In price; a» several of tHo drafts of broken in hone» were of much better »tamp than previous lite arrivai», the price rejUicd. exhibit» a proportionaVad vnnce on recent «ale...

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THE TUR F. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

THE T UR F . RACING is just now n perfect dead letter in our great metropolis, although our .sporting friends at Bathurst have this week had any quantity of it. The sport * has, however, been almost exclusively among ^dwellers in the 'Western district; only Shamrock, Egremont, and Blue Tail Fly having journeyed thither from a distance. We are quietly biding our time, and, like most other people in ihe Metropolitan district, waiting patiently for Camden and Randwick to make matters some- thing more lively. Already wo see signs of im- provement, several stables are filling, a good many young 'uns are getting into work, and we see a great likelihood of good fields for many coming events. Driscoll has Planet and Jemmy Jenker, as well as Swindler, but we don't see much chance of the speedy roan being able to come again so early as April. Higgerson has a goodly string, including some for both the Bien- nial and the Leger, with old Veno to do thc All aged business. Sam Holmes has two young...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HIRDS OM TOE WING.-Two of Ihoso splendid spcci' mons of tho Cockatoo, recently imported from "'tho Isle of Mann," mid placed in tho beautiful aviary of tho Earl of Dovurley, at Darlinghurst, havo flown. Theso birds wore romnrknblo for their flucnoy of speech, and nuswerod to tho names of Davy Clark and Jimmy Kavnuagh, and were of a very choico breed. It appears that, weary of captivity and panting for tho joys of freedom, the " nie» lodious wnrblcrs" contrived adroitly to got lockedup in tho samo cago "unbeknownst" to tho bird fanciers hi charge of them, who, in tho simplicity of their unsophis- ticated natures, had not tho least idea that these " protty cockies" could, would, or should bo.so ungrateful as to make any nttompts to gain thoir nativo woods and wilds. Monday morning, however, convinced thora to thoir sor- row how greatly misplaced lind bcon thoir " entire confl donco" in tho truant Cockatoos, who, it is supposed, bade adiou to thoir kind protectors a...

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BATHURST RACES. (From the Free Press, February 6) FIRST DAT, TUESDAY, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

BATHURST RACES. (From. Uta Free Press, February G.) \ FniST DAT, TCKSDAT, February S. Tlíeao rncos commenced yûstorday, and were attended no rucos usually aro by sporting gontlomon »mi'livolj ladies. -Tho supplementary ' attondauts who commonly tako an intortvt in raco festivities woro not however quitt BO Humorous as wo lmvo scon on foiinor occasions rif this kind ¡ but ns tho day wa» fino, tho crowd not too throng and the competing hordes were brought out in beautiful stylo and condition, tho enjoyment öxpörioncod by thc spectators was not loss rolishnblo, nor smallor in amount porliaps, limn nt nny previous yearly races nt Un thur» t os tho timo approached for tba oponing race, tho óxaite , ment increasod, when at half-post twolvo exactly tilt horses for tho firet race wcro brought up to tho stand. Phut Hoco-Tho TltlAi. STAKES of 60 sovs, with r swoop of 3 sors encli added, for all two-year-olds, carrying Randwick weights ; tho'second horso to flavt bia swoop and entrance ; ono o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

THAIXINO AT ALBURY.-Fonnoll'S V"«mo is noir tra¡niii| nt Nichols' Soso Inn stublos. Tins horso wan not sole by Mr. North on Wednesday, as advertised. MpAlistor'i Minto and Hollyhock arc at tho Horso and Jocko; Hotol. At the Australian Stables Mr. Bott-orill liri chnrgo of a two-year old colt for Mr. North, mid a pro mising young colt for tho Logor, belonging to nnothei parry. Crnft.s Mnidon Plater," " a dark horso" in tw< sensos of tho word, is nt Walkor's Hotol. Darby ii training Einornld nt tho Royal. Messrs. Bowler ant Day hnvo Wildrake, a Maiden*Plater, and nuotlior youn; ono or two at Ton Milo Crock. Mr. T. Henty has a two year-old and a three-year-old in training at Roundhill Amongst tho horses expected, but not arrived yet, nr< tho following :-Dickie's Bothurem mid Bruin, Strool'i Dispatch, Koighrnn's Corsair, Flynn's Pigeon and Aus traban, Reid's Rangor, Bond's Yankee, nnd l>'ishor'i Xutwith. For tho Steeplechase, Whito Stjuall, also Guj Fawkes from ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 9, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

BElfS LIFE IN SYDNEY. srbxÈt, FÈBRUÀÎiY Q, 1801. ANOTHER of those amusing hits of "h'bpralk" tinnot legislation was proposed in the'Assembly on tV"é(l fcpsday evening, when the honorable Colonial Treasurer, with thai retiring modesty For which he k BO very remarkable, called for the suspension of the standing orders in-order that his notable *. íc\\ome" for equalizing tbe duties on spirits fright be ratified- by the passage of an act through i all its stages instanter. The plea urged by the honorable treasurer for this indecent Haste was ''the difficulties in which the government were* "placed." The faefc-is notorious that -tho;^govern- ment is always-in "'difficulties," but is that any Valid reason why tho country is to suffer from the effects'. of every crude and ill-ditfested " scheme'*-they may think proper to force through the assembly,, in order to relievo, themsel ve? from 'their " difficulties'" and prevent a too minute d' Vcstigation of their "schemes'-' by the house. In' S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

LEA AND PERRINS' CEtEDBATED i W O R O E S T E R S H I .R E SAUCE, PRONOUNCED BY CONNOISSEURS . : TO BB THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE AND APPLICABLE TO EVERY VARIIÎTY OP DISH. ' EXTRACT OP A LBTTER from i» irCDIOAI, OKNTLEMAH ot Madras to his brother at, _ WOROIHTBR, MayT861 §J "TO11_LI¡A&PERRINS that their sauce is highlj esteemed iii India', and is, in my opinion, tho most palatable as well as the most wholesome Sauce that is made. EXTENSIVE FRAUDS. ' L. and P. haring discovered that Beveral of tho Foreign Markets havo been supplied with SPURIOUS IMITATIONS ofthoir "WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE," tho libels bf which closely.rescmblo thoso. of the gohiiino sauce; and in one or more instances with thc names of L. mid P. FORGED, they have deemed it their duty to caution tho public, and to request purchasers to soe that tho nnmcs of IiiSA and PERRINS aro upon tho JFrapjier, Zobel, Stopper, and Bottle, . L. and P. further giro notice that they will proceed against uny ono who may infringe upon th...

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A PROPOSITION FOR A GRAND NATIONAL' STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

1 PEOPOSÍTÍON FÔR Á G-EANÖ NATIONAL'' . .. ,. STAKE. . v ' . " Porter's Ifen Tori. Spirit of ike ZYBHW,'1 lias tho ft iowingi-V^^Bivora .(^E.), October ll-To Amol rm Tnrfnion !-Gehtloiiion,-43»óh, ¡ doubtloss, you n by courtesy, for I regret to Buy that ninny who ongago the oxcitiog nrena of tho turf have characters not abo suspicion. Still, n goodly proportion hnvo somo of tl spirit of fair play (with tho 17th of April last corisidóri sn especial nttributo of Britons), and I iriay tlviis ola tho good and bad together, and address thom all i gentlemen ; tho formet- by right, tho latter by courtes Tho purpose, (bon, of this, letter is to advocrito, throng thocohuniis of tho " spMrit" tho proposition commonct Inst June, viz 1 tó briefly explain tho advantages of J'ational Stake, and tho niothod by which such it slid might bo raised. 'There aro two ways in which this stn! jtiight be raised. Firstly, as tho Derby is in Englnm lr «ich entry paying, say, 250 dois. I have already o: plaine...

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SOFALA RACES. FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23,1861, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

SOFALA HACES. - FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, .TASOWIIY 23,1801, First Race-Tho SOFALA TOWN PLATE or GO SOTS, with'a sweepstakes of 3 SOTS each adduct. Mr. Hill's True Bluo, aged, lust - ... ... ;.. : w.o. Second Raco-Tho MAIDEN PLATE of io SOTS, with a sweepstake of 3 SOTS caoli added. Mr. Hayes' g ra Eva, 3 yrs ... ... ." ... 2 I I Skilllcorn's Free Seleetlon... ... ... ... 1 3 0 Brown's Rifleman ... . "r ... 3 3 0 Wood's c m Bess .. ... ... ... ... 0 0 0 Hamel's Hath, 5 yrs ... ... ... ... 0 0 0 r.eton's Bundar (disqualified) ... ... ...0 0 0 Third-Raco-Tho DISTRICT PURSE of 25 sovs,-with a sweepstakes of 2 sovs cacti addod. Chinaman Ascy'a h g WaU-n-Whilo .,. ... ... 1 1 Mr. E. Price's c h Moonlight, ... . ... 2 2 - T. Price's c tn, aged ... .... li ... «.. . ... dr. SECOND DAV, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. First Raco-Tho PRINCE OP WALES STAKES of 30 «ova, with a sweepstakes bf 3 sovs each addod. Mr. Leton's Bundar, aged ... ... ... ... 1 1 Hall's c h True Blue... " *..". ' ... ... disqualifie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

ÀL VI OTOBIA THEÁTBB " Birst Night of tlio New Burlesque ~ JÁOI- ÏHJJ GIANT K HIE B. í-.¡ Last Night but »evon of tho ongaiomont of -. MIS S M A B Y ,, ÏEÙVOS V, '-.! i . Who will npppear ns MABGABET OF. BUBGUNDY. ' .\ .' .?. M . THIS EVENING; . . >.' I« ; A : T Ö U B . D E.; Nr E. S L Margaret .;.Miss Mary Provost. .To conclude'withtho now;Burlesque of . JACK.THE GIANT FÓLLEB . ' ñ !? - ' <?:??-.-?? , :'..'. . ; " ' ; i\ : . . . . ' Box Ofllco open from ll till 3. ... . 129 ÓBSÉB VE i - BTJBTÓN'S TBOUPÉ ITA.V33 . , .'CBOSSED THE BOBDEBSl , . ." BTTBTÓN'S NATIONAL CIBOTJtS-Tim largest in. tho Colonies. - Albury, lilli', 13th, and, 14th Feb» mary; Wogga haggai 18th and. lath ;. Taráu(¡ta, 20th j Adelong, 21at.¡ Tumut,- 22nd und ¿3rd ; Gundagai,' 25th and 2Gtli i Jugiong; 27th,; Yass! 2811); Gunning,. 2nd March j-. Goulburn, ,4th and 5tli; .Mojulnri, Gth j Sutton Forest 7th j Borrjmo, 8tli ;, Picton, Otb j.Camden, lith ;. Campbelltown, 12th and 13th j. Liverpool, 14th.. ...

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PIGEON SHOOTING; [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

PIGEON SHOOTING; MATCHKS AT Mn. WASCOB'B.-As announced, a num- ber of mulches carno oJT at tho above place on Tuesday 5tU iu»t. Tho doy was a fino ono, ana everything wont off well. Wascoo's spread was, as usual, first-rate, Mr. Jamison, who was in tho chair, proposed tho Pigoon si motors of Kow South "Wales coupled with tho name of Mr. J. T. Ryan, tho most successful shot of tho day. Mr' Ryan returned thanks, and oulogizod tho shooting of somo of tho young 'una who made their " dobut" that day. Mr. Wascoo's health was proposed, who, in re- turning thanks, said ho hoped soon to hove a largo num- ber of birds on hand and give tlio publie n repetition of tho dny'n nmuaoment. I shall not occupy your space with describing tho beautiful scenory of Lapstono Hill, or tho magnificent viow therefrom, but hopo ou tho next occasion to seo Rome, of your cita talco advantago of it to broath a littlo puro mountain nir. I append particulars of tho matches. AU were 21 yards j 80 yards boundary, tío...

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LOCHINVAR RACES. (From a Correspondent of Mailland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

IiOflHIinrAR EACES. i {From a Correspondent of Maitland Mercury.) . Tiloso races onino oIT on Tuesday, January 29th._ Not- withstanding (ho intensity of tho* lieat, which indicated a racing storm, tho attcndntico was above tho average previously anticipated. Tlioro could not havo been less tlian fivo hundred persons assembled, among whom wore a largo number of horsomon and a proportionnto num- ber of ladies, to witness a- meeting not inferior to any preceding it, cither at Buthcrford or Maitland Christmas Kaces. On tho courso were erected two publicans' booths, tho owners of which wero amply -paid for thoir trouble. "With tho--exception of tho first ovent, tho racing was excellent; 'On'tho whole tho "meet" was a decided success. Ko accidents eennrreá, nor yot tho slightest disturbance of any kind calculated to intor fero with the day's amusement. First Kaco.-Tho LoonisVAU PÍATE of 15 guineas, for nil horses that have novor won an ;ndvortisod prize abovo ton pounds (£10), exclusive o...

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SCANDAl-MONGERING REFLECTION'S. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

SCANDAl-MONGERING REFLECTION'S. .[By SAM SCHATCII.] No, T*vo not hoard tho last bit of gossip about the Tomkinson girls ¡ and, what's more, I don't intend to hear it-r don't intend to liston to it. I've got quite enough to do in minding my own affairs, and rellecting on my own shortcomings, without troubling myself with pettytittle-tattlo about my neighbours. Ugh! I'm sick of tho fiddle-faddle and scandal-mohgering fal-lal, that's always being poured into one's ears and stuffed down one's throat, by the industrious quidnuncs and cnluniny eoncoctcrs tha't always mfost small towns and sparse communities. What's it tb mo if Mrs Jones's cat hm " kittened, and tho nasty people wouldn't givo tho dear little creatures so much as a bit of flannel to Snuggle hi?" What's it to mo if Miss' Simper did look vory hard at, tho new arrival Inst Sunday in church, instead of mind- ing the responses ; or that that conccitod Miss Flounce -" tho sttiok>up thing"-did say it was " Uko her iiu pudonoo?"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

W1 rpfflRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STARTS of X £600, with a BWCdp or £100 each addod, half forfoit coon to all the Australian Colonies. ; ? Frovidod tliroo or. moro horses start, tho second horso to rocoivu £200, and tho third horse' £100 out of tho Stako. _. .So be run for ovor tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd day of December, ISSI. Distance, throe milos. Entries to bo addiossod «iud forwarded to tho Secre- tory, Dorwent Ilotol, Hobart Town, ott or1 before the 1st of September, 1861. Forfaits to bo declared ono month Lofore the day of tho raco. . . Stone.- - lbs. Weights... 8 yrs. ¿ld ... 7 0 4- " " ... 8- " 0 8 " " ... 9 0 0 " " &ngcd... 9 5 BTKWAI1DB. J. XJ. li. Tabart, Usq. Thomas Fiold, Esq. John lord, Esq. John Fiold, Esq. W. Keif ney, Esq Jas. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. Gv A. Komp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To net with Stewards to bo .appointed by each of the', Colonies. ' . . ?, . . J. W. ÖRAVES, 101Í ,. .-. ??, ? ._lion. Seo. QUEENSLAND. THE NORT...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

A CURIOUS WILL.-An aged gentleman, a planter in one of the Southern States, has just died, leaving a for- tune of 100,000 dollars, which is to be disposed of accord- ing to the provisions of his will, and that document is as follows :-" I bequeath all my effects to the children of my brother, on the following conditions:-Desirous of marking my sense of the service which my Newfoundland dog rendered me in saving my life one day when I was drowning, and wishing also to provide for my house- keeper, I appoint my said housekeeper, nurse, tutor, and mother to my dog. My natural heirs shall, on this ac- count, pay to her, out of my entire fortune, a daily sum in tho following maniior :-The daily paymout shall con- tinuo so long as tho dog shall livo, but not ono second longor. During tho first year after my docouse, or so much of it os tho dog shall live, ruy housekeeper shall rc coivo 6 dollars a day ] tho second your shu shall reccivo 10 dollars a day ¡ tho third yoarlS dollars j and so...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

POLICE. " CUB VI» TJU."-The recent judicious alterations in the tnrül' have imparted comsidcrablo animation to tho Bohea' .market tea, haying boon talton freely; or rathdr tdo freely tomeet the demand. A satisfactory proof of this cheering fact was given at tho Polico Court the other day,' vvlion llesars.'Jamcii Hannon and Robert Dawson vyero;intro duccd to tho polico mnndarins hy Sergeant Camphor, charged -rilli speculating in "cheap tea," a ¿"oro.-for which' had induced thoao gentlemen to apply tho groat principle of freo selection to this branch of commerce. William Jaokson holding a responsible position in-Ibu sorvioo of the H. R. N. S. Co. politely informed tho cour| that ho had tho ploasuro of seeing the two gontlenien vvbo had just boon " called lo (lie bar" qn tho Company's wharf about the tinio of the arrival of the City of Now cnstlo, and, judging from nppcarunces, that thoy wore "laen of business,' ho dcemod it prudent to koop thom under optical surveillance, especially a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

BVOMErj?. MAIt&BTS, FRIDAY« wiioLKs»i.r. raicita. ? WiiKA.T,(!siîdlo 7" nj por bushell tlour, £17to£lO'por,tnn, nialia,'uto WCIi burl«-,rn,cíi|ioillUo i¡sporhmlial¡luy, outcit,£6 to £8, lucerne, - X3 IO, to ii por l> u | buttor, titi to 9d l cheese", 61 to 1st buco» OJ to SJ per Ib ; K*«« 01 lo 1* pcrdozcii t,fn.rla, 2) Gl.ti 3i G.l per couploi pitalucs, £5 lo'£8 nor ton t rat riles Bl to 81 por Ib , beef, 40J. mut-, ton, í!o por cwt ; III.tos. Ss lo 1¿> ; tobsoan, Is 21 to Is Od por Ib, bo», quality. luíosme seed Is tí I per Ib, ratall 2s ; . perennial roil cloren Ullto aillo : « luto IJutcli, Ssâdpor Ib, station anil mKol grimes 2s 6d per Ib, soríliunl SiiccHara^úm, Od per Ib ' «oed oats 3» Cd to 4s pet busbel.i i , ? ? ! ' ' FBUttlt Ayo SON, Commission Agent« /

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