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  2. M'Alpine's Tip for the Derby Day.

    Mustur Heditur.—I [?] had sich a kurous dreme consern' the racus. I dremed that I wur a tarf pruff[?], and wur jist ritin' a tip on the racus, and guvin' mi sentiments on the hosses. This be a most kuro[?] hidea ...

    Article : 151 words
  3. The World Circus.

    Equestrianism, which has long been a dead; letter in the public amusement department, has once more a "local habitation and a name" in Sydney, and according to present appearances, its possession of both is likely ...

    Article : 344 words
  4. The Wizard's Tip for Randwick.

    As there will be any number of tips from [?]teur, as well as would-be professional prophets, in both sporting papers, I feel very diffident about trying my hand at one. Talking about a[?]teur prophets, reminds me of a ...

    Article : 1,001 words
  5. Coming Events, by Pegasus.

    It is still diffcult enough to make out what are going to win the big events of the next week; and I cannot remember ever having been so puzzied as I am this time. However according to the old established cuctom I shall ...

    Article : 3,938 words
  6. "A Metropolitan Tip."

    GENTLEMEN,—You [?] so verry kind in publishing my rejected noshuns about the "Darby," that I make bold to send you sum as as nevver been rejected, about the Metrop, and other good things coming. Since last I ...

    Article : 1,787 words

    This great event which will bring together the mos celebrated shots in all Australia comes off on Wednesday in front of the Grand Stand at Homebush; and from the notices which appear in our advertising columns, it will ...

    Article : 792 words
  8. Concert.

    We perceive, by advertisement, that a Subscription Concert will take place on Wednesday next, the fourth of September, the proceeds of which will be applied to the benevolent and praiseworthy object of ministering to ...

    Article : 128 words

    Fat Cattle.—Fricas have rallied this week for prime quality, and as the excessive competition amongst the reta[?]ers has ceased, a steadier and more re[?]ble market may be anticipated. The lots forward this week about equal to the demand. Prime Bullocks, ...

    Article : 176 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,763 words
  11. The Metropolitan Stakes.

    Methought some spirit took me and set me on the stand at Randwick, and told me to gaze the mystical three times towards the sea; and that when I had so guzed, I saw before me about a score of horses, ridden by men ...

    Article : 292 words

    A. Yeomans and J. Oatley V. C. and A. Fitzhardinge, pair [?]rs, in light skiffs—To come off on Wednesday, 4th September, 1867. Course from Cowper Wharf in Woolloomooloo Bay, round Fort Denison and back. ...

    Article : 197 words
  13. No Equipages in Saddling Paddock.

    DEAR BELL,—I find a rule to the above effect advertised regularly each meeting. Will you kindly inform me if there is anything meant thereby, as I invariably see some six or eight equipages in the said paddock? ...

    Article : 262 words

    The clever drama of "Like and Unlike" has been supersodcd by "Satan in Paris," and subsequently by "L'Abbe de Vaudrouil." The former, in our humble opinion, was by no means a change for the botter—the ...

    Article : 448 words
  15. The Clerk of the Course and the Starter at Randwick.

    GENTLEMEN,—I am glad to perceive by on advertisement in your paper, that Mr Henfrey is to don tho scarlet again at Randwick. But why as only "acting official?" Surely the A.J.C. has no intention of ...

    Article : 221 words
  16. The Clerk of the Course.

    Gentlemen,—The d[?]oriness of "Vindex" in not [?] published his commun[?]cation respecting the Clork of the Course for the next Randwick Meeting and "the [?] of the s[?] at the last, &c., &c., &c., till a full ...

    Article : 114 words



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