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    We are sorry to learn that the Sydney cricket world appears to be undergoing changes and reverses. We understand that Charley Lawrence is about giving up business ...

    Article : 196 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 119 words

    A COMMON INFORMER.—Redmond the common informer, who was convicted at the Castlemaine Circuit Court, on his own plea, of perjury, has been sentenced to eighteen ...

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    E. J. H., Albury.—Your belter course will be to write to Greville and Bird, telegraphic agents, Hall of Commerce. W. W., Browns.—Ben Caunt and Nat ...

    Article : 462 words

    [In order to make Bell's Life in Victoria as complete a record as possible of theatrical matters throughout the colonies, the Editor will be most happy to publish correspondence from all parts ...

    Article : 64 words
  7. Curator of the M.C.C. Ground.

    The M.C.C. is about losing a valuable servant in the Person of old Dennis, who lives on the ground, and has been in the employment of the club for the last four ...

    Article : 89 words
  8. The Metropolitan Stage.

    DEAR BELL,—If one could only obtain a critique of a morning performance by the equestrian company at the Haymarket Theatre from the pen of Master Jacky or ...

    Article : 2,905 words
  9. Intorcolonial Match.

    It will be remembered that at the close of last season a challenge was sent by the Victorian Cricket Association to the N. S. Wales Association to play the Intercolonial Match ...

    Article : 267 words
  10. The Creed of the Heavy Tragedian.

    I believe in myself. I believe in nobody else. Actors have lived before me, actors will probably live after me, but I am the only actor whose name will be remembered. ...

    Article : 344 words

    ALABAMA REWIND CLUB, BALLAARAT,—At a meeting of this club held on Wednesday last, it was resolved to send three crews of four to the Melbourne Regatta. ...

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    TUESDAY.—The Legislative Council was mainly occupied, during its abort sitting, with a personal explanation or altercation, in which Captain Cole and Mr. Miller took part. ...

    Article : 946 words
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    THE civil war in America is not without its lessons to Australia. There can be no doubt that the vigour and determination with which it has been prosecuted by the ...

    Article : 1,187 words
  14. THE RING.

    SPARRING AT THE BUTCHERS' ARMS.—Bill Cleghorn announces an exhibition of boxing on Monday next at the Butchers' Arms. Johnny Cain and his opponent, Frank ...

    Article : 768 words
  15. Matches to Come.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 17 words
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    NATURAL MISTAKE.—A gentleman at the Astor House table, New York, asked the person sitting next to him if he would please to pass the mustard. "Sir," said the man ...

    Article : 56 words



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