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  2. NUTS TO CRACK.

    The advertising columns of our contempararies have this week contributed their fustomny supplies, and [?] number of wants and wishes expressed by the different classes of the community have been characterized by the ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  3. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    REMITTANCES RECEIVED FROM—J. W., Victoria; D. B. Casino; T J., Bathurst; J. J. R., Pourith; Mudgse Races; Penrith Agent: Appin Races; J. R. Wangaratia; Edward River Races; S. M., Wagga Wagga; Cowra Races; W. R. W., ...

    Article : 237 words
  4. BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY.

    THIS coming event has for some time past cast its shadow before; and the country will doubtless be prepared for the announcement, that on Thursday Mr COWPER'S amendment on the second reading ...

    Article : 282 words
  5. ALICE HAWTHORN.

    The following description of the mare by a correspondent of B. L. V. will be perused with interest:— Alice Hawthorn is a light grey mare, eight years old, and standing 15 hands 1 inch high. Her general ...

    Article : 523 words
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    EXTRAORDINARY LEAP —We mentioned last week that the well-known old noise Fanplay broke his back, whilst following the Melbourne bounds; but we could not at the time of writing, explain how it occurred, as our ...

    Article : 169 words
  7. THE PROPOSED TESTIMONIAL TO MR G. T. ROWE

    Mr Schroder having declared himself the representative of Mr Martyn, in respect to the question we were desired to put as to the progress of the above object, for which subscriptions were received by that gentleman, we ...

    Article : 196 words
  8. CRICKET.

    Gentlemen,—I have read the letter of a Marylebone in your issue of the 22nd ultimo, as well as Captain Ward's reply in explanation of the part taken by Mr W. Hammersley, published in your paper of Saturday last, ...

    Article : 386 words
  9. THE DRAMA. ROYAL VICTORIA,

    The amusements this week have consisted of a variety of farces, which have been put upon the stage in a very creditable manner, and the attendance has proved that the public have appreciated the efforts of the irssee to ...

    Article : 142 words
  10. VENO AND ALICE HAWTHORN.

    As the day big with the fate of Veno and Alice is approaching, the interest in the great event increases. We learn from a private and reliable source that Veno is in splendid fettle, and fit to run for his life. We are also ...

    Article : 354 words
  11. Legislative Council.

    YESTERDAY Mr DEAS THOMSON came down to the House, and intimated the resignation of MINISTERS, expressing his intention of entering into an explanation on Tuesday next, to which ...

    Article : 34 words
  12. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The lovers of the lyric art have had a rich treat during the past week in the performances of Madame Anna Bishop, which have been of the most varied kind, comprising, on Monday, a grand concert, which was given ...

    Article : 170 words
  13. MATCH BETWEEN GOLDFINDER & FOXHUNTER

    A private match between two nags was made not very many days since, originating in a little blowing as to the pace of Foxhunter, in "years gone by". On the spur of the moment, Mr Henry Yeend offered to back his gelding, ...

    Article : 438 words
  14. SPORTING REVIEWER. RACES TO COME.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  15. AQUATICS.

    Little has yet been done in aquatics, but the return of fine weather will probably bring about matches which have not been thought of hitherto. The Manly Beach Regatta has been postponed until 5th of next month. ...

    Article : 156 words
  16. LITERARY CRITICISM.

    In the third number of our new magazine the Month appears an article on "Literary Criticism", which we have no doubt will be "read, marked, commented upon, and with difficulty digested", by the whole tribe of literary ...

    Article : 576 words
  17. THE TURF.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 362 words
  18. VENO and the MELBOURNE COURSE.

    DEAR BELL,—I am not a man who has travelled in Europe, and thus acquired full experience as to how turf matters are managed on the other side of the world: but I must say that I am surprised at the fine drawn notions ...

    Article : 532 words
  19. THE RING.

    PADDY SINCLAIR.—The renowned Enfield General held a professional levee at the Willow Tree on Monday evening, at which his re-appearance was cordially welcomed by a full attendance of his old admirers. The ...

    Article : 234 words
  20. RACE AT EMERALD HILL.

    On Saturday afternoon a large number of persons were attracted to Emerald Hill to see the match between Mr Milrick's gr g Freeholder and Mr B. D. Clark's b g Camel, for £100 aside, 10st 7lb each; distance, three ...

    Article : 370 words
  21. THE MAYORAL FANCY BALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 319 words
  22. PEDESTRIANISM.

    Mr H. Baker has marched himself to run 9½ miles within the hour, for £100 a-side, Mr J. Rutter backing time. They will meat on Monday night, at Mr O'Srien's. Mavor Inn, Pitt-street, to draw up articles. and make a ...

    Article : 60 words
  23. GOSSIP OF THE WEEK.

    The past week has glided-away very quietly and tranquilly, and with the exception of the intelligence which has reached us of the "Champion's loss" no clouds have obscured the horizon. The sunny days which have been ...

    Article : 832 words
  24. Homebush Spring Meeting.

    IT is with much satisfaction we are enabled to fulfil the hope held out in our last of publishing (vide our advertizing columns) the programme of the contemplated Homebush gathering. It will ...

    Article : 105 words
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    THE DEAD ALIVE.—We have mourned the lineal descendant of the illustrious Kembles, as having fretted his last little hour upan the stage, when lo! and behold! he turns up all alive and kicking at Maryborough, if we ...

    Article : 239 words
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    ARISTOCRATIC EQUINE BIRTH.- We have received the following from Mr H. N. Simson, and sincerely wish that all breeders would take the trouble to furnish us with the particulars of the foals dropped by their brood mares ...

    Article : 137 words
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    The subjoined communication on the same subject we yesterday received from Mr Rowe:— To the Editors of Bell's Life in Synney. Gentlemen,—Although you made some allusions in your ...

    Article : 448 words
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    VENO AND A won HAWTHORN.-Tho A. S. N. Co. have in noothar column advertised return tickets hy their 'Meibournn sicnmern. on tho occasion of thia great race, which will we have no doubt ho avniled of Ly numerous ...

    Article : 552 words
  29. THE CHASE.

    THE BRIGHTON STAG IIUNT.—This event, so long anticipated among sporting circles, came off on Thursday, with more than ordinary success The meet was for 11 o'clock at Host Davis's, at Pontville, precisely at which ...

    Article : 428 words
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