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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

THE TURF. le we are, this we'ek, Minus any event of actua' importance, so far as races past are concerned, the entries for the prospective Randwick Meeting, .which.,- were made /on - Tuesday, have furnished |¡í^fi^.Ji^|¿''of*'íñteref»t? nnd satisfaction. Thç li<t'of Iiorses engaged in the various stakes will he found appended ; and, although no official publication of it bas (so far as we know) hitherto been made, we believe it is correct. The number of horses far exceeds what we cither honed or ex- pected, and comprises some representatives of all grades of quality ; 'offering a tribute to the pro «rrammc of the A. J. C., and cffrctiially silencing the oft-expressed fears for the decline of the Turf. Not only are a large number of old stagers on the list, from the QUONDAM champion ".Veno" to 'he hitherto unsuccessful, though aged Maiden Plater ; but large fields nf youngsters, both for the two year old races and the Jjpger, fully attest the wisdom of providing profitable...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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HANDICAPS FOR THE RANDWICK MEETING. FREE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

HANDICAPS FOR TirE KANT) WICK MEKTIXO. _ VnT.n HANDICAP. . Tono, nged, 9*t 2lb Mormon, 5 yw, flst 21b ' GhitTcr Orev, nged, 8st 1211» Bed Rover* 6 yrs, 8st 121b ' . .'' Bottler"'nged,8st 13lh Stranger, nged, 8st 71b . Ciilvrjio, nged, 8st 51l> ? Tho Nun, nged, 8st 21b Swindler, C yr*, 8st 41b . - Sheet Anchor,-agod, 8sl ölb Ijnrry, aged.'Sst : Peter Possum, S yrs, 7at 101b -' Flying Poe, 4yrn, Sst - ?' lVmworth, 4yrs, 7st Clb - . iTonny Lind, 4yrs, 7et Glb . ' Warrior, 4yra, 7st 71b ' ... . Moss Bose, 4yrs, 8st ' , JCoh-i-Noor, 4-vríi, 7st Alfroa. ayrs, Cst 21b St; Giles, 3 yrs, Git: . Alamode, 3 yrs, fi.-tr. ~ ClTK Pl.ATB IIASBICAÍ". lirormon, 5 yrs, Ost 41b.. , . .. Bottler, aged, 8st 12lb. . GüIFbr Grev, nged, 8st 121b. Bcd llover", 6 yrs, 8st. 101b. Calypso, aged, 8st-4.1b. , Sheet Anchor, aged, Sst 81b. . Nun, aged, 8st. . Firing Poe, 4 yrs, 7nt 111b. . ; ' hnrrv, aged, 7st 111b. Puter Polsum, 5 yr«, 7st 81b. Warrior, nged, 7st 5Íb. Alnmodc, 3 yrs. Sst 71b. ACSTBAT.T'AX JOÇK...

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WANTED A DIAMOND RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

WANTED-A DIAMOIÍD RING. I aaw it kicked by tile careless Balmorals of a jaüatv nurse; I saw a fat morsel of humanity make for it with a hoy !-broken into divers hey-ey-eys by pudgy trotting -und I stooped and secured it, thereby causing tho fat ono to.pull up short, aturo at mo with two black cur- rants stuok in a dreary oxpanse of doitgli, insert n dumpy thumb in un orifice ot tho same expanse, and trot back again with that stolid resignation under disappointment which ia tho peculiar attribulo of the Loudon infant population. . irnving ascertained tho natura of my priio, I pro- ceeded to meditute on tho proper course \ to bo;taken, which meditation resulted in tho following advertise- ment:- _ _ - - -. " Pound this evening, Wodnosdny, in tho Regent's Park, nearly opposito tho Now College, a valuable dia- mond ring. Tho owner moy recover it by calling at No 19, Wilton Place, Ac." Boforo noon on tho following day I was making my most courteous bow to a voncrable-looking old gentle- ...

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RANDWICK METROPOLITAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

RANDWICK METROPOLITAN RACES. Tho following nro tho entries which woreiraa.de on. L'uesilnv for the forthcoming Randwick Meeting. Tho ITnrdlo' lince did not, ¡111, and wo hear that ii handicap will bo Bubotituted.. ." j J. Henderson's bril Mormon, 5 year» ( 1 IIlíKerson'í c g Venn, afteil ; Do Ucstre'» b s Archer, I years CoweU*« s g Caner Grey, aged. .MAI DUN PJJATK. , Town»* c hTransIt, .1 years Jenner's e m Thc Nun, aged M'Koliar's l> f Heather Holl, S year« -Gorrick's c p Tallryrand, 4 year« T. Leo*« c g Now Clinni, 3 yvor« A. Loder'« b o The Wizard, 3 year» « Itlackman'« b h Iluhy, 3 year« Hall's b m Joimy Mud, 4 year« K, DeStostrc'« b g Inheritor, 5 yean. SQUATTKBB* l'aime B. Jenner'ii br g Larry, aged Croft'« b in Khella, 6 year« Farlow'í b h Sportmnnn, 3 year« Ivory'» br li Don Cossack, S year» Whito'a b e St. Glle«, 3 years Gorrick'« b I" Mira, 3 yearn Rutter a ¿f Mazcllo, 3yc«ra .. ?' Hlggcrsori.'» bc Kellina, 3years . C. Jlcal'K e it Euclid, aged Doyle'» c li Warrior, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

fpmRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of J. £500, with ft swoop of £100 euell added, hnlf forfeit opfii to all the Australian Colonies.. Provided throo or more .hones start, tho second hor90 (« rcceivo £200, nnd tho third horse £100 ont of tho Slake. - . . . To he nm for over tho NEW TOWN BACK C0ÜHSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, the 3rd ¿ijr of Drcoirtbor, 1861. DWanoe, throe miles. ?Entries to he addressed nnd forwarded to Mio Secra tarr, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or hoforo tho 1st ,i( Scpteinbur, 1861. Forfeits to bo .dsclared ono mouth tefiirs the dny of tlie race. ,. " . . . .. : Stone, lbs. Weights.-.. 3 yrs. old ... 7 0 , '?- * » " . ...r8 - G n " " ... 9 0 C " ,,& aged... 0 5 :J ÖTEWAKIJB. J. T«. B. Tnbart, Esq. Thomas Field, Esq. .înlm Lord, Esq. .Tohn Field, Kaq. " W. Kearney, Esq .Tua. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. G. A. Komp, Esq. 8. Blaetcwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to he appointed by each of tho I Monies. J. W. GRAVES, 1015_ Hon. Sec. HARTLEV ANNUAL RACES, 1801, fp...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, APRIL, 13 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

BELL'S LIPP I'M SYDNEY. RTDVUV, AVniL 1.1, 1801. TIT* pTeat " tiri vilote" question which raised such a, " tornado ina teneur»" in the Assembly last week, Brisinc out of. the interesting conversa- tion between the Citin» JUST<CV and the prisoner DAVIT Or.ARKK. has.ns wennticipited,"ender! in emoke." The Select ""Vimmittee appointed to in x'estigate how far lim "dignity" of the Hniise had' been comnromis"d bv the question " *. re you a Member of Parliament !" put hy bis HONOR to Ct.AiiK», lias hrnißlit unfits report,-a document which is remarkable both as a sintnilar speeimen of Parliamentary Ensli'sh. and a poin'.less vindica- tion of the imncinarv " dianitv" of the House. Af er the vast expenditure of " virtuous in-ligna tion" made hy honorable members, and the -ex- treme sensibility evinced hy them, when the mat- ter was first introduced to their notice, we cer tairtly did expect that, ponsiderinc the Great im- portance they attached to it, the report would haye, been o...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

P OX I C E. 'A GAT OLD- BOT.-A very questionable-looking priestess of Hie Paphian Goddess, mid known . in lier lemplc ns Biddy M'Cuiin,Tovoalcd her clinrms to tko as- tonished gozo of tho gallant " Cnptnin" Lyons, nt the particular request, of nu nctogonorinn who, for want of a prettier one, pleads guilty to tho Celtic cognomen of Paddy Galvin, Tho old gentleman having toddled into tho rostrum,- in querulous tones made the following cre- ditable confession. It appeared that on a certain day ho was in Pitt-street, whero good luck throw in his way tho charming little bit of slulf then adorning tho dock. 'Like thnt of tho wisest, of men," Paddy's. aged heart warmed nt tho sight of tho "young maiden," whom ho imme- diately accosted in " patornâl" terms, such as a great- grandfather would address to his grandson's lovely daughter. Chnnncd with tho silvory locks and persua- sivo eloquonco of tho veteran, Biddy, after a becoming display of modest " reluctance" consented to tako " the least...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. Ilnr-t-'s 'LtPB IN ByuHKr may bc obtained "every Batnrday nt Mt ' Donovan's, Tobacconist,, Klng>*trcct,; Mr Connolly's, South ; Heail ltoail; Mr Andrew'», Chippendale; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Hoad; Mr Leslie, Parramatta-strcet;'Mr3tattos, llrlckfltld lilli ; Mr llancran, ' Pork-street; Mr'Fanser, George-street South; Mr Jackson, George-street South ; Mr Luccnla, Parramatta airest ; Mr Hartlett, Genri;e-3trcet;' Mr Holmes,.Erskln.c-strctl¡ Mr Latter, South Head Hoad ; Mr'Fra'rik, Market-street West; . Mr Isaac Davit, Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street : Mr F. M. Moore, Castlereagli-street ;'. .Mr Ford, George-stree» North ; .md MrGeorgu Allen, llolany Hoad, Jtedfim. Agencies are required fer other portions of tho city »ml suburbs. nra required fer otiu-r portions 01 tno city »nu suuurui. Adelnldu.R. II. Colley AUmry. .Messrs .Middleton and Co Appin.C. Morrl», Junior Armidale, Keir Entfl.iml...John Moore ll.ilm.iln.Mr Glover Uatliurst.Arclitlinld ...

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

CR I CK ET. , 'JtiTCHKS TO C O JIB . , T|)li dajr.-Deiliion \- AUjlun,-..u.-.-DonuUit. ! "."... Darlington v .frtrtomi, continued .........ffewtovrn. April 30.-Alllert v Albion, cdullnueil..U~._;..Doiiuun. . V 27.-Scratch match. .uliunulii. i May 4.-National v Albert (rrtum)forchalleng»"cttpi..;I)onialni HA-Albeit v Warwicli. continued ..*;;».'... Domain. I Tlie week just gone by lins produced no match of any especial interest j and indeed, tho wentlier has been so decidedly against tile paine, flint wo liavo bad many fears I that the season<would be brought to a compulsory and prematuro conclusion, - As, however, wo ore now pronii I sed a match between tho two leading clubs of Kew South Walas, the. Second of tho first r ubber for Tlie Challenga Cup, we hopo wo may yet be favored with a little warm weather. On tho fourth of next monthj which will bo this dav three weeks, tho game between Tho Xntional*. and Tho Alberts, for Mr Leigh's gift, will bo ployed ; both clubs are ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tnn lïxrnrnrTioîî ov 18(12.-Tho prospectus put forth by thu Secretary of tlie Great National Exhibition, to behold in London next year, or rather to the New South Wolca branch thereof, is'ono whkili may well call forth doubts ns to tho success of our part of tho undertaking ( and wonderful are the evidence? of ignorance and inno- cence contained in it. A tearier would liot bo ionsj enough to givo oven tho chief " groplmscs," bot wo will make mention of n few, en panant. Tho classification " lleks us into fits." Beginning with anininl products, wo have "Tho Speaker," who cortainly would look well, covered, (as he would bo after clâse packing), with animal oil and feathers ; " Mort" would rovol no doubt muong tins of preserved meats ; but wc don't understand classifying "Mr. J. Campbell" as olio of the colonial manures. "What on eartli the six gentlemen in the next class have dono to bo called regttrthle', wo cannot con- çoive. Many greaterpiciles couid have been f...

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QUEENSLAND. (From our own Correspondet) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

ÛTJEENSLAim ("Front our omn Corresponde!}I) Tho groat topicof tho woek connected willi sporlinc affairs horn is*of course tho rtrrival of Zoo and Bon Holl, who^ wero lauded safely from tho Telegraph on Snntlny morning after a. very "protracted passage, caused princi- pally from a detention of noarlv 3fi hours in Newcastle Mr. Tait expresses himself delighted with tho courtesy and kindness he received from Captain O'Reilly, as well as of tho croat core and att ention that was shown to his horse stock. There was, ns you may imagine, a lnrge crowd nt tho wharf to seo tho famous <pindnipeds land, and many wcro tho encomiums passed on tho beauty and appearance of Zoe, who took moro than her share of at- tention from tho lookers on ¡ whilst Ben Bolt, oxcept with a fow, was searcoly noticed; Through the courtesy of Mr. Tait and "Rdwnrd Cummings I was enabled to get a good view of tho famous racers; and must express mt pleasure, not unmixed with surprise, ntlhcir really frêsli an...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

MEETIJÍO ORTIIB KonTcin>n!Kitr,AXD JocicBr Cr.UD. A meeting of tho aborc Cluh was hold on Monday iwen ïng lait, ot tho Denison Hotel, High-street, West Mait- land, for the purpose of considering some mattera in con- nection with tho forthcoming races. On tho motion of Hr. Baldwin, seconded by Mr.Rourke, Mr Mitchell took the chair.. Mr. Rourke proposed, rind Mr. Gofricfc, son, secondi'd, "That thc following gentlemen act its Judge and Steward* fur the ensuing races :-Captain Close, .judgo ; Captain Vindin and Messrs. Otto Baldwin, John Wynd- ham, Wm. Doyle, John Ráeles, junior, John Borthwick, Henry Rourke, îT. S. Carter, stewards ; carried unani- mously. Mr. Robert Tjindsay having'been unanimously elected a member by bnllot, the meeting was adjourned tilt Monday next. Tn tile courso of nome desultory con- versation some complaints were made, willi- regard to tho style of, and charge for, previous stewards1 dinners, but no arrangements were come to on tho subject. It is to bo hope...

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SIR TATTON SYKES. (From Baily's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

. * SIR TATTON" SYKES. *"/ fFrom Baila'a 'VttgazlneJ . iWo know not a living personngo who con be comparecí with Sir Tatton Sykes, in tho character of on honest, Ligonuous, quiet .country gentleman, Frank and manly, kind and generous, the venerable baronet, whose iumgo and superscription heads our pago, has lived for oighty and eight'long yours beloved by all who linvolind tho good fortune to bo of hi« aoquuiutuuee. To him moy bej applied those well-known words of commendation, "He never lost n friend nor made an ehomy." Lnunuhod info ,,tho. world, at a timo when the political horizonpf Eurolie waa darkly lowering, ho mingled not with party, biit.glided ainoothlyon his.path of lifo na a younger son,' neither droaming of having tho blood-red hnnd em- blazoned on his escutcheon, nor reckoning upon the pleasure bf writing a frank in consideration:of Ilia scat in Parliament; .an, honour, however, .to which his ro tirpd- habits did not lend him to aspire. Tho family estate, to which he a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

. !A DUCHESS'S , Tí IRS TOB . A. VOTB.-"Tlirco candi- datos Appeared on tlio hustings in April, 1731-Lord Hood,,Sir Cocil Wray, and Foi. So lato as tho twenty sixth of tho mouth Wray, who had sat for som« linio for Westminster in Parliament, maintained a small numeri- cal advantage ovor Fox. Tho election, ' which begaii'ón tho first of ono, month, had now gono on moro than' throo wooks ¡ ten thousand voters had polled; audit was oven expected that.'aincb Hie votera were exhausted, tho books would bo closed, nnd Wray, who was second on tho poll, Lord Hood being first, would carry tho day. Happily wo have no" adequate notion of tho terrors "of such au oleetion ; it was tho scone of fun and mnlieo, spirit and baseness, alternately.. linglhihuion Boomed hardly mon ;_whilst they ono hour blustered, the next thoy took tho bribe, nnd were civil. Fox wont down to Westminster iii a carriago with Colonel North, Lord North's son, ' buhind as n,footman, mid tho woll-known Colonel' nangbr-^ono o...

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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE BY A STEWARDESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 April 1861

: EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE BY" A ' STEWARDESS. ~ ? ¡ - - ^ ?: - :An extroordínory trial, lina just tatou placo ni. tho Liverpool Assizos. It purported to bc nu notion brought by Janina Hatos Thompson, fonuorly master of. tho steamship Glasgow, to recover damngos for wrongful dismissal from tho command ofthat ship' tho defendant, Mr Tmnnn, hoing ono of tho ownors of that vcssol. Tho plaintiff had boon a sojimnn nbonttwonty-eightycars, and for a considerable portion ofthat period lind discharged tlio duties of captain to tho ontiro satisfaction of all tho owners under whoso orders ho had boen. Ho was cap- tain of tho Glasgow when abo was purohniod, carly, in this year, by the TjivorpooI,rNow York, and Philadelphia, Steamship Company, in which tho défendant was ono of l!»o chief owners, and tho managing owner nt Liverpool., Tlio vossol waa put on tho lino betweon Liverpool mid Kow, York, and .botwoon that tima and, Novembor last mado six. or seyon .voyages. ; Sha, roturnod to XivorpopI on ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

1 ; Kx¥iVA:onDryAHr Est.-Mr J. T. 1EpA\'Hiórii>.oii,yosr, tíjriliii'^00*;' caught' an" col ¿ri ' tlio T,6wui'^Hn^T]{dBbul.y,. measuring'n'om-ly'eight foo~and woiguirujf2ßlbst ' Q¡), 'opening the fish, it was found to contain ono of its own species; two feilt iu length, .und a peroh weighing à pound and-it half j neither of which nppeurod tb haye suffered anything froiü. tho procasa of deglutition,

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OUR GOOD TIME IS IN THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

I OUR GOOD TBÎË .'^ I halo tho whine of.dUcbnicnt] .'. " . .. . - ? That marks tho timo" wo livo in,- . - "~' 'r j^' Tliat speaks of olden times woll spout; ' ';",' To our forefathers given ; . V ¡ .*. ... Some sing their wehlth mid competence,' And sonic their Svorth.aro'humining -, ' , . While some dospisé their liis'tb lind sonso, \ ??.[, Anil sing, 'Tho good timo's coming.' - , .'.'.' [. \\y¡i!Ít'tlioiigji tho'future may bo groat, ", , ; ; Or pa il.'were good and pleasant ¡ -? <.?. . ? ' ' We have nu share in either «táte, '? .'. ; ' . , Our duty's in tlio present!. ' . 'l They'll hnvo theii-..wnnts and trials too, ? <!) '"i Tlich" light is iiot;still shining f '.. *'. ' .' And we've euougl) >vithiri bur'view _ ' '., ,'. u-in'. TO keep i\s from" repining. !<- -..rg\ Tim landscape's, loy cly!. Cb' tho oyo, ' '""y^.'f'j When we from ((istnuco view.it ; [. ..T ri:.;7 Yet there ure faults wi) niny descry''->' ¿'.'i ';* '|,¡*1 Whime'er rfo''Wn'n...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

: «. -THE SPÏRIT OP THE WEEK. ' " Tho arrival of Mr. AV. C. Wentworth on Thursday, 'olid tho ónthn-úiistic wolcomo nlfordcd Him by thou amid J of .hi» followcitizons, have boon tho leading events of tho wooli.' Soino activity lins boon evinced in business', upon which the nows por Boimrc3 lins produced but littlj chango. '.'..' Tho eliiof interest in Parlinrhont.ny aflairs is now con-' Ired iii tho' llTppcr House ; where "Lord Dempster" is' earnestly endeiivoiirin'r,! hut not very success fully, to cajole 'their "lordship's" into'??the adoption of his " ichemcs." ' ' : F.Iija Macdonald, ngod fivo years, has died from intcr :;il injuries received by fulling - down a step-ladder, or .luWlit nte for stair.;. William Wollender, a drayman, met with a severe nc fide«it on Tuesday, lie was lending his horso and dray, Imviiij n ton of cement its Ioiidmir, when ho stumbled; in:l fell, on? of. tho wheels passing over his holly. ' A nvm named Rollick, residing nenr Cook's ? Hirer,, fractured h...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE RACES TO 00ME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

S f> O K r I-M; fa CH aflVft IC I fe./ . ? , j RACE S T* O 0 0 M E. . Tanivttóh..M".".,.....v.(...i.-..-..April,j«hiinilíitb. llarllBV..Apr I.Mr I, 2llh,an<1 »th. Randwick, Autumn...,.........."April, «til, Mtb und iíth. ..'?inrniir?....April .¿Ird.ílih,muí Villi. Burrangong.-.;.,.M»y 7th, 8th¡ and. »th. ItiiItlunJ .,. .. eiy ¡tlkt,2.iuil,amiiMnl. , , ' ,;; ? .. QCBKjr8I..VírD. ' . tfortli Aiutralian Mealtinr, I|i<»uii.timo 4ih, »Hi and 6ih. ?'? llockbmnploii.'.Juna IStli, lQth, and tutti. TASMANIA. Third Australian Champion Sinke«.Oocernbar 3rd.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 April 1861

; UHOOKEY. EDW.\BDS.-In .tho Melbourne Court, on Friday tho 5th instant, a theatrical action was heard - which created a great deal of interest. Tho notion was brought by Mr Henry Edwards to recover compensation from Mr G. Y. Brooke for summary' dismissal from his position as manager of tho. Thoatro lloynl. Tho asses- sors returned ' a verdict for tho .plaintiff-damages ¿.¿35.' '?

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