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  2. THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT

    On Saturday last that model of political perfection the Parliament of New South Wales, was prorogued by his Excellency with all the honors due to so august a ceremony. In the House of Lords an average quantity of ...

    Article : 755 words
  3. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

    REMITTACES RECEIVED from W. A., Warlalda; Mr F., Gouburu; and from Albury agents. C. P. R — Mr [?]troyd acted as Judge in the Metropolitan District Court during the absence of Mr Cheoke. ...

    Article : 104 words
  4. SPORTING CHRONIGLE. RACES TO COME.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 56 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 112 words
  6. THE TURF.

    YESTERDAY, the first day of the Emu Plains Races commenced very unpropitiously for sport; though the comfort of visitors would be a second, ary consideration to the long prayed for rain, ...

    Article : 148 words
  7. BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY.

    To the great relief of all, save the inveterate lovers of amusement, the Parliamint was on Saturday last, released from Legislative purgatory, and honourable gentlemen graciously ...

    Article : 1,114 words
  8. THEATRICALS, & c. ROYAL VICTORIA.

    Who that remembers the visit of Mr Marsh's fairy army, but will welcome his talented troupe, who made their first appearance last evening to a crammed house, in the humorous burlesque and pantomime of " Jack ...

    Article : 141 words
  9. AQUATICS.

    The idea propounded by us last August, of an Inter colonial Rowing match, is now assuming a tangible shape, and there is every probability that annual matches will be rowed between the amateurs of Sydney and those ...

    Article : 556 words
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    ALBURY JOCKBEY CULB.—A meeting of the Club was held last night at the Royal Hotel, when a Mares' Produce Stakes, with 10O sovs, added, was decided upon, to be run in 1866 by 3 year olds. Mr E. Botterrill was ...

    Article : 536 words
  11. ROYAL LYCEUM.

    The re-emgagement of MISS JOEY GOGENHEIM at this theatre, on her return from a most successful visit to the Lachlan, is a most opportune event at his festive season; and she was rapturously welcomed by a croweded ...

    Article : 144 words
  12. OUR BOXING DAY FESTIVAL

    Yesterday, pursuant to annual custom, our magnificent establishment was the scene of a gorgeous ceremonial that will not be easily forgotten by those who had the good fortune to participate in the pleasures and ...

    Article : 955 words
  13. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

    CHRISTMAS BOXES.—In accordance with our proverbial liberality, and not wishing to monopolize the presentation Offerings of the season, as heretofore, we have much gratification in intimating to the numerous ...

    Article : 1,624 words
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    AQUATICS.—Several influential gentlemen in Melbourne taking an interest in rowing matters, held a meeting at Marshall's Hotel, Melbourne, on the 9th instant, for the purpose of initiating, if possible, an annual four-oared ...

    Article : 221 words
  15. PLEASURE-MAKING.

    A poor business, a dull business, a wearisome business and, generally speaking, a most unsuccessful business, is pleasure-making—very near akin to a planned attempt to got up lively spirits when your nervous system [?] ...

    Article : 931 words
  16. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 213 words
  17. PEDESTRIANISM.

    MR HARRISON AND MR MOUNT.—During the past week we have looked up the law as regards double and treble event betting on horse-racing, and we find according to Admiral Rous, that if a person takes the odds ...

    Article : 345 words
  18. CRICKET.

    Liverpool v. Albert, 1st January, at Liverpool, Albert. (2nd ll) v. Telegraph, 1st, January, at Gleamore. Albion v. Parramatta, 1st January, at Parramatta. ...

    Article : 28 words
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    INTERCOLONIAL, MATCH.—Though the usual weekly meeting was not held yesterday at Marshall's, the committee have, nevertheless, been indefatigable during the past week in collecting subscriptions and otherwise ...

    Article : 136 words
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    PEDESTRIARISM,—MILES V. TIME.—This match, in which J. Miles of Brixton, had undertaken to walk 21 miles in three hours, for a bet of £50 to £25, came off on September 29, at Garrett-lane, Wandsworth. Miles ...

    Article : 638 words
  21. (To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.)

    GENTLEMEN,—As one of the originators of the Cricket ing Association of New South Wales, I regret to see the [?]nd, discord, introduced in your article under the heading "Cricket" in your last "Life I am aware that ...

    Article : 537 words
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    From Adelaide we learn that Malachi Martin, for the wilful murder of his servant girl at Salt Creek in February last, was executed on Wednesday, Christmas E[?] The Hon. Charles Cowper was thrown from a cab on ...

    Article : 46 words
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