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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

.-:: .i. ii...fM,.!fT ? ' ? % ! '?'??»?' ?.* *i»lr n, a sites.,, . . . ?V-^x'^-cVo4B:WTttMariai»airl'! : »'?''? '?;? :;i;!JE?OiBiioliJ Payable Monthly ?; ,i.,i:ji; j: .... ???:11-1 .?i:'-'.''---n}yuiiita,hwii-l!lli-'lii''i ='?????? ..i,,LAND.,,.rAi^)l-'EiEniATE'ii0BKT.|-M'1 ' ! House, M»-jt\ inoT (GSommiwiota .AgeiDtp,;' ?';;«!. oqtBorM^fiBj, .hobart,, .... . Etojto^n&ebteVootieMrted, I*ropM?lles' ' ' Wtti^a^^ecneTid}nal^up6i'v!sl6n: Loans ': he^obated op rpftstiliiabl^ t*rni8. Safe' In- restin^nt on sound security for deposits to : any ainouttt. Mining Stocks bought and sold dil ijoiuinigslon. . .. ., . . . ? :\^ * Hotels, '.,;.:''? ?''?''??' : ' '??? :iE.; wi*HiijBrh''!!-:'i';'!, . ? ? ? (Late of Launceston1) ? li-: Intimates to his friends 'and the piibliothkt i ' he has talfflB the fotnmoaious ' :. OOftNWALL HOTEL,,. CORNER OF AfcOTLE & POLLENS STS . , None but Best Brands of Aloe, Wines r anaSpirite. ? ?.-».--..... ANGEJL INN, ;;'. 255 AeOtle-btbeet. ' : The Bes...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEADBEAT THE ENTERTAINER INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

Deadbeat the Enter tainerlnterviewed. As it has become the fashion to in terview all sort6 and conditions of men we sent our special to wait upon Deadbeat. (Ho had sent a collect wire to tell us he wa6 coming.) Our representative found him suffering from a black eye, a broken nose, rib displacement, and vaiious contusions which he had received from his audiences during his late unsuccess ful tour. His answers to the various questions put prove him to be a man of no ordinary attainments. He in teuds resting and trusts the hotel - keeper does not require payment in advance. Travels steerage, slee2-s wherever he can find a quiet spot with an appearance of snuguess, and carries his wardrobe on his back, having left an empty bag as a Ia6t fragment of social stability at his last boarding house , advocates free trade and believes in federation ; thinks the Cascade beer good but objects to the policy of the Dobso niau Government ; believes Tas mania would be a great prize to Russia, and ve...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

?atertheim HlNG MACHINES, ^^J 6i LIVERPOOL STREET. . ^HfasT Sargeant7 ^^^Hember Hobart Stock Exchange.) ^^HtOCE AND 8JJABEBROKE& ^^^V HOBABT Si'OCK EXCHANGE, ^^^?Special Appointment to the General ^^M Public. ^^?OE UMBRELLA HOSPITAL, ^ 71 Murray-street. . ,. .. ^^^^Kmonials from hundreds of grateful ^^^^Bts' friends. 'Special and important. ^^^Hlery ground and set by a real live ^^^^r on the premises. | ? ._ ^Kccadflly Cafe, ^?.IVEBFOOL-STBGET 87 ^^^Hs the place to get a good Cup of ? ^^H COFFEE, OB CHOCOLATE, ^^^H all kinds of Pantry and Sweets, at ^^^T Moderate Prices. ^^^B ROBERTS & CO., Proprietors. ^H Tailoring. ^^H-ASMANIAN TWEED SUITS, ^^?OM 60s.; TROUSERS, 15s; «d. ^^^|sb, Scotch, and Continental Goods ^^^| equally reasonable. ^^^| and workmanship equal to any shop ^^^Hamania and superior to the majority ^?e so-called Tailors, employing cheap ^^^Hiferior labor. I superintend all the ^^H myself and pay the -highest rate of ^^^Hs, which enables me to turn out t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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BILL'S NOTIONS. CHALKED MARKED KIDS—THE STAIN ON BRIGHTON—DAILY PRESS BOGGED IN EVERY VALLEY—TAKIN IN A TRAM— ANGELIC KNIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

Bill's WotioNs. fBv Momob.] ! ;: ' Chalked Maeked Eibs— The Stain ' on Brighton— Daily Press Bogged : in Every Vallbv — Takin1 tn a Trim— Akoeuc Kjiwhtb: — Splin-j Callots on the Deep Soeell J«Li,v Bag Review ob the Ooms. Little1 .TOKE. : ?:??... Dere Mr. Clipper, — Now the hut ley-burley'e done, as Bill Shakes pei-e says, we may look back at the glare and glamour of much-betoyed Liverpool-street at XmaB. The nirs. and the kids superintended by bill an me went out in see orl we could an as cheap as we could — cos, to be monotonous, these is hard times. Wen we got in the crowd and found the family party tangled up with about eighteen other- family parties an the kids fraternising with un familiar kids, I began to praise Bill for his forethought. Bill's : got si novel w^y of noein'yer own, for wen Btartin on th,e outing he marked-each little kid. with a big chalk marked cross ou tiie back a-n a circle on ther caps, an yer could pick em out like wiukiu. Bill's a cute chap I toll yer an...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

/-» LOCKS, Clocks, Clocks.— Cleaned and V- Repaired from Is. 6d. E. Keen & Co. RACING Chronograph Watches a speci ality. 118 Liverpool-stroot, E. Keen & Co^ ? TO Meet the Times. — Watch Cleaned ivnd Repaired from 3s. Gd. E. Keen & Co., H8 Liverpool-street i ? T^liY E. KEEN &, CO. for Watch, Clock ?1 and Jewellery llepiiirs, the Cheapest and Best Repairing Establishment in Hfibnrt DON'T forget Fancy Dress Ball, Jan. i, Exhibition Buifdinp. New, Half-Year. 'The cTipper ' Ss. HALF-YEARLY. Delivered by Runners any part of the Town. BBlCfHIP AND SPARKLING ARTICLES Democrats Should make it their religion ' 'to support ' ** The Cluteu.' ? WANTED Qirls and Boys, AT T11K OLIPI'EH. OFFICE. TaCfeofri stJeamship compact. ^ .; JMIHHT55i \'M% XpR-fJ-flAV^yu^IoW-S. ''? ' ; ' , . #i PWlt I Q HTS' ' I-:6tNt' ''''''?' ''' ' ''? ? ' , j fi /}*'?-? ''Aci . T^io, ..lfftst . ..J^O)1' Powerful *s.s. tJONAHi . W. J. Featbkhbtonjs, Coni'iuandcr, _ wilUw; dispatchud fr.)inArgy...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MATTERS OF [?] No. VIII. YUNG LING [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

MTTERSOFfAjM w$m ? ? t mm ^W No. VIII. i B Wgm TO YUNG LINO, i^H mCTear Sir,— The valunblWRTnJBfct ^^^Hrou placed in mv. keBing offlir rKHHfioui China baa Aorded me§HKu ?Mff'mt and instruct^n, and in gml ?jfisjurrt'1 your request JaWill tn-itej^^MU BjOfftimi} to timo, gi]^»B fuU wBSIk Wh as possible °WmWh^M customs of the peoplo^^HfflMHirTawff' colonies, of that time more etpooially deal ?n^; HJ-ffigfVjb island of Neumania. lliewnUi of the manuscript deals with a period ot which but little mention is made *n±ha *=Uook^t-f-Jii»torio(iHJ«!unient«,^ and ho was so extremely careleei as to omit bp.:uibnt4gic-here the island wae situated J^thaatte.sJto^^aMfcjfigitioB^i *at-$irsnLz the description of the climate would load one to ;conjectuite that tt ttUSt bate been situated, /south of thrBqifaStrSxdi lQit ^robahlyfn, the Pacific Ooean. .the !Ql)iiiese believe th*t a period of 2;?O7,b0G j:cxu-6 touted betw'een -tko time when lieaVeh ^nd earth firet.ujiited to pro duce than and' that of Con...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

U0Y 5f oAsusaiufeiil A i I Mf qwH'* ' i11 Barrack square ri }i \ r I BfrHPan mine together, ' ll' I LS0Hin bl6W down her haArp ?' ; :'-' '- I Hjlld ' blow ihe -weather;' ; ---!'' I Wt «Md,' said s'h'e' '?? .we'4 .tyqefrfigm, ' r-, Mjjpdyou t rq Up all right,' T^H^-bral tto,G^da.abpve., , T \ /ThSrX'^e ;here he- c night. ' _. NHrapd^ aitedbutlsaw ??'. ? '.' SH^r-ii i my little pearl, AlMtag&f&j ich youbblJTiswdro!' '? ' ' ' ^Teimps o Hadea, hang that glrli '??i^-'i Again we met this time' in ibw, ': ' 'l! '' -i Uajd k&l f ith a stKJfTgerJtobkarj r- s A4.B|ef£fl rom'tne'rMn aWbloVr/ ' ' 'TogetfierV defied. the weatlier. ' ~ ?'? 'Now tell me darling,' tbusl'spoke, ; ^Wiy^did^ou crufel leave ma lonely ? ' I Quoth she, 'The other is my bloke, - And ypu-I meet: for paatinie only,' ? - L'Sblt'5 hprelie comes, you'd better get, y^lni cursed the loaaen sky ' For settling with him I got eat, And thus I got this blu»-bls6)f -&P- 'And new when syrens witching smi...

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PALMISTRY. MIXED AND ROUND FINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

-~ PAtWISTfiY. — -i-ji'.H : ? KJ 6fM-i ?';?. IHL llTXED WNp ROUND.^lIKQJ!iaSj.-;iS Besides the forms already men ?tioned, tnere {exist othera.: W'tich aW neither pointed, square,, '.npr. «patur : Jated, but, simply rounded at the ends. - ;TUey are, called miiced- fingers, and' ! are the result of a mixed' organisation ' ; ? UllUi- ID) UI1C fUlUIVU Ml a IIIIA-IUL^ UL several organisations united. '???'?'? : To them belong the .M,|«res ^h^it -}?- unite the .flights of the imagination to gopd S0I168. Where the' rest of the i hand .corresponds, tliis union . tends to gr-eat superiority/ many of the most talented men having this fotih of finger. -.. ' : .

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

0 Jeilsyr 1 ?! The New Norfolk regatta was' a big' Jiopeja oniCbxing DayV'^ftgirJarclj hav in5 Oijf ship of ploaaure^eeljoi'a. . p3 di^^iiH^MlW aiea in umcago, nave oeen emoaunea, ana *m;4i« KndeavourFruit«nd- Vegetable Store J ' 121 Liverpool-street, should be visited to be J appreciated. ? -, -'- u Db: BEVAN has been leaturing in Adelaidei on ''Scarecrows.' We wjll have; a bigj supply on hand during the Church Congress ; but tpo late for the cherry season. . Our country cousins when in t-nrn «hquld take' the' straight tjp and sec the Fyriney Tailoring kind 01--thing Company's show at 40 Murray-street, i'rices f uruish eye-ppenera Mid pick-me-ups after the gayest of times. Quotas (}iffen'8 206 in the South Aus= tralia v, N«w South Wales ujatoh wag a great performance. He scored at the rate of 31 runs an hour. About 1000 mine workers are annually killed through accidents in England, while ten times that number are injured. Yet capital takes all the risk. New South Wales ia losing 48...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

BUY YOUR 3HRISTMAS CLOTHING A. E. Plaister's If you want to SAVE MONEY. Blue Serge Sailor Suits for school wear, rihiiucd nicely with gold braid, 8s., 4s. lid., is. lid., 7s. fid., 8s. U.I., 10s. fid. Kor bigger boys 1 have a nice line of Man )f War Suits, long trousers. For rough wear 1 am offering a special leavy make of Tweed Suits, from 4s. lid., ined right through, and will staud any imount of rough usage. For Mothers wishing to sec their boys licely dress-d I have a splendid line of !)ron-n Velvet Suits from 8s. lid.; just the hing for Christmas ; a tip top line. Five cases of Gents' Tailor-made Goods ust to hau'l. Tiveed Trousers, '-.«. 1 Id. Trousers aud Vests, 10s. fid. Serge Coats, 10s. fid. Foxc's Serge Suits. H'g. (id. 50 Geurs Summer Suits, 2.1s. the suit ; his is a real bargain, having bought them inder cost. THE PEOPLE'S DEAPEE, ) 6 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, W. BOON & CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, FLOUR AND GRAIN STORES. always on ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

I Union Line of [ Steatttersi J Lc Largest and iST AV»ointJid -Fleet of. ?Steamships in the teoutuerh Hemisphere. ? The Magnificent St*ftmew;of this: Line laintain regular piwinjjer and cargo ser Ices between Tafnnnia, .New, Zealand, and Ikistralasian ports, with Planch Lines to, Ki and the South Sea islands. ijUNCIPAL TASMANrANpEUVICEfi :.. Hobart to Sydney^ I THE S& V&6&UI,' ? W J. Feathbiistonb, Gummiiniler, lakes regular trips, Carrying freight and I passengers at loweifcurreiit rates I Fir-it railing: ?? [UESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 4 p.m. *obartto m Melbourne The splendid intercolonial RteainiiMon the ew Zealand line caU WcnViy .it Hobart. I route to Mclb 'nine. r'ir.4,Siiiing: 'TB ANAU,' 'UESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, noon. .auncestoii to Mel bourne F S.S. *' PATEEN A/1 . H. SAi's,'€i-rottj4n'der, MONDAY, JAN. let, 2 p.m. :or New Zealand KirftStea nei1 : S.S. 'MANAPGURt,' lUESDAY, 2n;a JANUARY, 10 a.m. ; f San Francisco. | The company In conjunction with the Oceanic C...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. THE REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, iu this manner ; the infinite hubbub unslackeued. THE REBELS. ' Latest news from the Matabele country is not reassuring,' so writes our morning press, in bewailing the woes that have fallen upon Major Forbes's column who, as prognosti cated, having been unwisely pushing Lobengula in his enforced treke to green neius iar snvty ura iiuien into a trap. And such a simple one too, Lobengula'8 waggon was found stuck in the mud and Major Forbes and his troopers thought they had struck it soft and rich, that the 8ayage piece of obesity waa at last to be a, trophy ot the Britons in domitable pluck, The waggon turned out to be a nasty mean snag for the chartered company's myr midons to get foul of and they did so, a veritable oase of the biter bitten, for a well-planned ruse had drawn them into an ambusoade, from which they barely escaped with their lives, having to abandon the Maxim gun carriages. The journal of lead be comes quite hysteric...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

fREE SPEEOH. Fbelihg assured that The Clipper has a mission to perform for the general good, and that being so its progress during the coming year will be even more marked than during the post, determined to do that duty we thauk our friends for their support, hoping that they will not rest satis fied unless engaged in active mission ary work of some kind for the benefit of the social advancement of the people, and remitidiug them that canvassing amongst their friends for The Clipper is by no means the least useful way to accomplish that end, we wish our readers A Happy New Tear. .*. THE OLD AND THE NEW. The earth is giving forth its in crease, the air is pregnant with the germs of gladsome and new life, the spring has gone,. and young summer holds high carnival in connubial bliss wit^t his brides, the sensuous sun shitae and the fruitful showers. The year is indeed in its halcyon days of youth, love, and strength. Somebody has blundered ! Man has written it in his almanac that the ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAND HOLD AT THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

ISLAND HOLT AT THE KQYAL. Itland Holt, the people's favorite ami the grills' delight, opened :it the Hoyal last Tues day, to a fullbouse, with '? A Sailor's Knot.'- As is usual, whatever Blaud Holt undertakes is well (lone, ami the acting of a first-clneg company, with [lei-fact stageiseltjj'g, particu larly the forecastle of the Dauntless, fur niJinH n. Atirmm :m- I ili'l if^Vi-l-f ill (t.nn-nff ' t,n the holidays. To-uijfht there is to be a (^liangn of i-tujmimn1!, ' A Million of Money.' This sporting and military drama is replete with incident and gives scope for the scenic artist's best efforts, as well aa powerful acting, relieved by intense fi-u. No travelling shows doing the count ry this Xnvis. Yet we have plenty of talent walking about. Wuulo'l, im av^misor, Money In1 it,

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

Music and the STAct ? . ? . ? [By Kbino.] ? Monday's repetition was not the ex peoted improvement on die previous initial' performance of the Messiah at the T.I.E. Concert, though a large holiday audience came to witness it. But on the whole things went as well aa they did before. 'Cohifort ye' was dono «v-ry justice to by-: Mr. Ball e wlio went out of his Way against lndispoBiUo'n rather than disappoint the audience. . 'Erery valley' wa« elided at before; Mr. Eainford sane 'Thus saith the Lord' splendidly 'He is like a refiner's fire ' has not of en been done so well here. The chorus ' And he ghall purify ' was shaky. . Miss Osborne Sustained the favorable impression, she left at the previous event with her ' O tliou that tellest ' and '' He wag despised.'* The ^Fdr.nntb us,' 'Lift up,' 'Behold the lamb' and Hallelujah chorus want well while some others, which were done creditably the first evening, 'Glory to God,' etc., were left out 111 the '' And the Lord' the Chorus redeemed th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

i ANTICIPATIONS. W [By PnopnETi] H For the Brighton' face's .on .Monday I fl fancy the following :—'''' ? Trial Hurdle. — Eobin. Tell pr B uglor. ? Trial Stakes. — Little Me or Sientrbas. B Hurdle Kace. — 6ii4u» or Freedom. ' ' B Handicap. — Uarefiold or Xuias Carol. . » Steeple.— Darkie or ' fcjrjllier. . . . It Flying.— Tennyson. ; ? The Carrick Racing Club Bosrinj? Day meet passed off very successfully, the at tendance being amongst the- largest ever seen at the course. The proceedings.' were opened with the Hurdle Eacp, a field 'of tPn fefiiug the starter, but a? far ae the running was con: cernei there were onlj- fqur at all in it. Mr. J. t. Field's We-tern won, with St. C'lair'neslbeBtandNopeau third. ? 1 1 Quickare was made a hot favorite foy 1 1 the Trial, and justified public opinion by. I I winning easily^rom Fa«siefern and Louise. I JStpbbings, who rode Cjuiokfire, was finec MAS for disqbeaience at the post, and, ? Martin and Eenny JJ1 each ?or the same Hi offence. ? ?? ....

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THE TURF. BRIGHTON RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

I THE TUfiF^vj J BRIGHTON Blt$*& foffrB. '-' , fche annual meet of £hb 'Brighton Bacihg jmibtakeB place on! Mohday (NfewTeiw-'r - j»y), and promises, should the weather be ? ISfcorable, to be one of the Wost euoboisif ul pP-herinBs eTer (held, iinder the ;olub'« rMipices. The erente h»PP«U /Uled vOl Had the finishes ahrintd prove Tery excit l-ttg. Mr. Alf. Webb, the secretary, has tWBtm busf durinrf .'the p»st few days pcr IKcting arrangements? ? for the reception |»f hiB numerous pajjrons.iwhoare bound to Mock to the principal : racing fixture in I&asmania on New Year's Day. For those ?Vlio prefor to trav«H»y''t*Biullie'depari- ? inent has, as usual, devoted 'special atten a«on. On the whole a jnogt tsnjoyablp day's fffmting is in store ftrr the racing 'public. PlOur turf contributor ' Prophet ' has some ? thing to say and his anticipaKoba ' *ill he ? found below. . ' ! !

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

MttHNG NOTES AND TIPS ???'' [BV Gnome.] -Sp ' {Christmas is here again and most miners can take their annual holiSay. ' And on the whole — to moit of them-^-this will be a merrier time than last year in spite of lower wages. For looking back over the past twelve months we see not only a great renewal of confidence in our Western silver field,but a discovery of tin at North Dundas which ie already employing a good many men, but an unexpected coming to life in gold at Lefroy together with the develop ment at Mount Lyell which surpasses expectation. ? 't^hat does this mean for next year? Certainly a very great increase in our mineral exports, with a corresponding in crease in employment for those who want it, and a corresponding return in dividends. There will b», of course, two or three attempts to get up little booms, but they will be only fizzles ; while the honeit in vestor, who will take the trouble to make enquiries before he parts with money, may be sure of from 20 to 100 per ce...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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BOXING. JIMMY EVANS V, PIPER SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

BOXING. i ' i S'j ?'?? f ? i ? ' ? JIMMY EVANS t.PBPEB SMITH. Iki^niBht at the Dei-went Athletic Club Jimmy Evans and Piper Smith will try conclusions, Jiranly undertaking ; t-- Stop Piper in eighi rounds- 1 It !g gome ^eaj^ pi^ce these ; two met 'In the Tasmanjan Hall, the polide on that occasion bringing pn» of the best fights ever seen in, Tas mania to an abrupt teruiination. . The priced of^adniUsion are very low, and this poirfled: with the 'holiday season should flraw a large crowd. The men will be in the ring at nine o'clock sharp. , . . - The whirf Iftbowns, will conUnue their tomnament. at the. PerweB|; Ajtliletic Club an yr^dne^ay evening next. The con testants are requested to be at the hall at Bight o'clock sharp. , , . , - ^Frint ? Bourke and D#n Lyons box on Monday week at the Berweijt A.C. . Dicky Langford {not Langworfhy as printed last week) is an^iQue to n?.eet Tom 3B0g8«!., ??.:..-':'.: .::,???? . : ^iarry Laing and Joe Qoddarfl are bath training hard for their: t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

ROWINCNOTES. BiSlUtwintt (*--?-: Y' 3 7 The New Norfolk Eogattft may be taken as the opening of the rowing season tn Southern 1'asmania. There being only- one race' in wHch amateurs were able to com pete, two crews facing the starter from the Derwent B.C. and one from the Marcantili;. Derwent takes first and seWM. ,^The,^n- *' '' : uing crew strpked by McPhoer with Cook as No. 3,- two very promising oars, '. al though soniewliat out of form. ' No training has commenced. yet but the holidays being now almost oyor operations will begin in earnest. . The Uobart Regatta will bring out several crews and scullers. -Amongst those mentioned are a couple for the Derby from Ilia Derwent and probably two ' Purse crews. McDonald's . will begin . ; ': ' training at once and should prove hard to ' ' beat. It is to bo hoped that the Northern ers will again compete. McDonald, Mason. Underwood, and others aro mentioned p6 *eni*psentuig the' ? . , Derwent in the sculling raoeV TnVMor-' ' ''' ' cantil...

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