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    [Masters of bounds in this and the adjoining colonies are requested to forward the earliest intimation of their hunting appointments. Reports of runs will be gladly inserted in our ...

    Article : 32 words
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  4. The Melbourne Hounds.

    DEAR BELL,—The meet was at the Spring Vale (about thirteen miles from Melbourne, on the Dandenong road), at nine o'clock last Saturday. The field was not so large as ...

    Article : 599 words

    Alec M'Donald. — We have not room for your letter ; we are tired of Jemmy Martin as a pugilist. Observer.—Your letter is too wide of the ...

    Article : 193 words
  6. Hunting Appointments.

    MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. — The Melbourne Hounds will meet— On Saturday, 23rd June, at the Essendon Cross Road, at half-past one. Red deer. ...

    Article : 45 words
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  8. Theatrical Memoranda.

    MR. H. N. Warner is engaged at the Theatre Royal, Worcester, for a aeries of Shaksperian performances. PROFESSOR ANDERSON and daughter have ...

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    BALLAARAT ARCHERY CLUB.—The Archery club has projected the planting of a glade on its ground in the Recreation Reserve, and the borough council has withheld the ...

    Article : 423 words
  10. The Flemington Harriers, and Sam Waldock's Pack.

    DEAR BELL,—"Martingale" has done me injustice in supposing that I meant to disparage Sam Waldock's "pack," when I called it an "institution." I really had no such ...

    Article : 626 words
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    [In order to make Bell's Life in Victoria as complete a record an possible of theatrical matters throughout the colonies, the Editor will be most happy to publish correspondence from all parts ...

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    MR. CARLYLE'S address to the students of the University of Edinburgh has been quite a GOD-send to the newspapers: it afforded such an excellent opportunity ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  14. The Metropolitan Stage.

    DEAR BELL,—If want of novelty be apparent in the works presented by the Opera Company this season, no one can complain of lack of variety. Eleven operas in twelve ...

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    CIVIL SERVICE v. MELBOURNE.—This match took place last Saturday, and resulted in a decided victory for the former. The play commenced soon after two o'clock, and ...

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  16. Sam Waldock's Hounds.

    DEAR BELL,—On Monday night last our friend, the fox, urged, no doubt, by his lively recollections of the pickings he had found the day before in the hen-roosts of ...

    Article : 761 words
  17. Provincial.

    BALLAARAT.—Miss Bowering and Mr. Steele appeared on Monday evening in Bulwer Lytton's play of "The Lady, of Lyons." In coming before a Ballaarat ...

    Article : 600 words
  18. Matches to Come.

    23—Melbourne v Banks, on Melbourne ground 30—Melbourne v Carlton, on the Melbourne ground ...

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