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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

f REE S#Ht@H. The Jfercurff suffe& j&satly from Trades-Hall-phobia. ^ :*The diagnosis off the complaint is t6oM)parent. The fat monopolist jouva^~&yj got it very bad indeed. The (^&»rs|jtive dia tribist sees the defiidlJN poison of Trades Unionism in efrery ill that the world at Urge and^ho colonies in1 particular are afflicto j with. It can not find invectivesjgbwerful enough in its respectable vocabulary to con vey to its high-toned readers the mean depths of that utters selfish body's — the unionists'— soul. Referring to the colonies' present 'financial difficul ties the poor diseased journal says :— 'Moreover, they have all, under the pressure of the working classes, pur sued nearly the same system of ex tending Government aid to all sorts of things, until the words ' State Socialism ' had very generally come to be applied to their condition. The system was campd on with shameless recklessness bj* the politicians, and. with cynica^^, selfishness t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
OUR DEFENCE FORCE. THE LATE ALARM A FRAUD. IS IT TO BE A LAW-AND-ORDER BRIGADE? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Our Defence Force. THE LATE ALA11M A FRAUD. IS IT TO BE A LAW-AND-ORDER BRIGADE ? The recent alarm w.is a farce so far as I our Defence Force w is concerned. The I majority of the men knew the day and j hour when the alarm was to be given, and members of the differc.it branches of the force were, to be seen rushing through the streets in uniform before the flashes of the third gun had died away. The Mercury bad a sub-leader on the subject a day or two afterwards, and after praising the I toanner in which the alarm was responded to, went on to point out that the Govern ment should not deal too niggardly with the Defence Force, as not only could its services be utilised against an outside onoiny but also in the preservation of lair and onlif. We have hoard of law and order before to-dny, and if our volunteers are to qe employed ior tspuoiai ira-p wurn, wie i sooner the working class, who form the I chief element in its ranks, resign the better and give way to bankers, squatters, wool ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PEDESTRIANISM. CHAMPIONSHIP JUMPERS. A WORLD'S RECORD BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

jPeoestrianism. CHAMPIONSHIP JUMPERS. A WORLD'S RECORD BEATEN. The championship jumping contest in conjunction with a £26 100yd handicap was brought off at Lillie Bridge Grounds on Friday and Saturday last. The sport was excellent, writes 'Dainty Ariel.' The Standing High Jump produced a splendid contest between the 33-year-old champion, Jim Byrnes ; a clever little Queenslander named Greddan ; and J. Sullivan, a com positor from Cooma. The latter fell out at 6ft 4in, Greddan failod at his own height, 6ft Sin, and Byrnes cleared 5ft 6|in, beat ing his own and the Australian record by 3|Tr. The Running Long Jump was a grand contest, M'Manus and Williams jumping vow nlAfl.n TforantaiaJlir thn Inno- fail frnni Cootamundra cleared 22ft from the mark, but did fully lOin more from his take off, and beat Williams by one inch in the official measure. White, of Cooma, did a splendid perform ance. His trial jump was 36t 44in, Gred dan doing 35ft llin, and Byrne 35ft 8in. In two subsequent exh...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Our cwiospondent sends the following from New Norfolk :— 'Themembers of the Dement Football Club (New Norfolk) Intend to open proceedings to-day by play ing the Huan team on the ground of the latter. Those not initiated in the geography of Southern Tasmania will think this a rather lpng trip for a team to tako, but the Derwent (earn do not intend to stick at trifles, and they intend making througl the viwiA ^hvimj cud wy vms \xi*vwfuaaa\il wvtmx- they arrive at their dostinatioa oousider ably under 20 miles. The team leave New Norfolk on tYiday night at 6 o'clock, and taking advantage of the moon will walk through, arriving at about 4 o'clock noxt morning. A turn hi for a couple of hours, ramble round, etc.^nTll bring on the time (or the fray, when the Huonites will- have to look to their laurels, as the Derwent team have b»on country premiers for two years past. The Derwentors will notleave tor home until Sunday afternoon, so that' taking all things into consideration, not forgetti...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

A Marvellous 1 M Medicine! f| ? _ i Relief In 10 minutes '% I FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, :S I; — | BRONCHITIS. INFLUENZA, % i SORE THROATS, Etc., ^ ?? y - I NO REMEpit EQUALS | ! )RAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of 5| CARRAGHEEN *i (Ob IRISH MOSS), | (registered). .-; It is the Most Popular and Success- g ful Cough Mixture in Pharmacy, and ^ is everywhere recommended by the fvn faculty. :rf — . m i It Soothes the Inflamed Membrane ;-.- v/f. Breaks up Irritating Mucus, Allays -f:^ Conghing, and Induces Repose. ^ ^v . ^H As a Family Medicine no household ?fevifefi should be without it. '-'aJJEpf Obtainable at all Chemists in Is., : , :*;' '£;.? Is. Gd., and 2s. 6d. Bottles. ; WSfti ? ' r ?- ?;#;-,-*: ii SOLE PROPRIETORS, £:i$%-ix Drake and Co., W$$£ PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, V ::$p CORNKR '?^0f MURRAY AND COLLINS STS., ''\^^ .',??.-. .V.$ HOBART. ,*-;-?£$

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SPORT TIT BITS. BELLE VUE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Sport Tit Bits. BELLE VUE RACES. Owing to the continued wet weather, the Belle Vue races, which were to take place to-day, have beftn postponed until Saturday next, May 8. ? Adelaide Cup meeting commences to-day. Froude is first favorite for the Goodwood Handicap. Neither Froude nor Arquebus will carry a penalty at the S-A. J.C. annual meeting, although winning at Maribyrnong on Satuniay last. Arquebus is considered a good thing for the Adelaide Cup. Our local rowing men certainly do not endeavor to popularise their sport, last' Saturday's being the leading club's re gatta few people knew of it. We would suggest (to the otherwise energetic com mittee and certainly hard-working secre tary that a little (^advertising is a valuable and remunerativejinvestment and tends to add to their roll of members. Likewise it is customary to have a card or book of the various events and entrants. This is con venient to their patrons, and others than active members of the club arc enabled to know th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. STANBURY v. GAUDAUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

The Sculling Cham pionship. STANBURY v. GAUDAUR. Prom American files to hand by the Alameda it is learned that Jacob Graudaur, the Canadian sculler, had put up 500 dol. for a match with Stanbury, for 2000 dol. aside aud the championship, the course to be mutually agreed upon. Stanbury wired that lie wouiu cover me ue posit, and the negotiations were pro ceeding when the steamer left. Pre vious to this Staubury had several offers, which, however, he did not take up. On 22nd March lie gave an exhibition of his sculling on the Longreach course, San Francisco.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DERWENT ROWING CLUB. ANNUAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Derwent Rowing Club. ANNUAL REGATTA. , The annual regatta of this popular club 3u#k place last Saturday. The weather waft fine and water all that oarsmen could .j^W The_ contests were keen, and ex sWi^a c4nsid«aiile lamount wsf interest ^SMong the spectators, who were not a great crtowd. In the final heat of the Maiden Senile G. Whitlock and G. C. Westbrook faced the starter. The former led at the buoy, but by the. time the whalers were reached both men, rowing well, wore on TO|UOiA UJ1UJD, *1 U1ULWH UlUUlUg 4l£, t uo winner by two lengths. Ladies' Purse. — Underwood (stroke), Whitiock (3), Howe (2), Rule (bow), 1; M'Donnell (stroke), 3. E. C Lord (3),B. Ijord (2), Hayton (bow), 2 ; P. N. West brook (stroke), C. L. Mason (8), M'Phee (2), Tabart (bow), 3. This was a good race, and although M'DonneU's crew made a big effort towards the end of the^race the winning crew managed to do &§tA by a length ; Westbrook's a bad thirds Handicap Sculls.— F. M'Donalnfijr, G. Tabart 16ssc, ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
T.T.C. AUTUMN MEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

T.T.C. AUTUMlflEET. The Autumn Meet of the TaflWanian Turf dub was held on Wednesday last, but, unfortunately, was not a euooegs, the attendance barely numbering ja thojusand. This is attributed to the fact that some of the business firms of Lanncestoh refused to close, and the Cl\lb for the ftfture Should endeavor to raoeoji Saturdays or holidays. The Club will lose about £60 by the meet. The programme embraced half-a-dozen events, and was opened with the Trial Ooleraine, Marjory second, and the favorite Raymond third. The Hurdle Bace followed, for which Kangaroo II. was first favorite at 6 to 4, Kimberley and Ardee being next fancied. As in the Hurdle Race at El wick the other day, Blaokthorne ied the way until Bearing the hist hurdle, when Kimberloy collared ^him, Kangaroo II. being in hot pursuit. What looked to be a good race was, how ever, spoilt by the latter horse coming to grief, and Kimberly eventually won by four lengths from Blaokthorne, Ajrdee third. Kangaroo II. injure...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

? ' Wcmted : 50 ivien Breiy yoofc^p come and see *he great »dn$tion in IBm^AHio^BoYB' Mbboeby, It is useless to 4jaM?9^ffiJigprioea. XJomeandJ^lfttihe-OSbi^^ and if trey -? dotfjjgjitt/lon't buy, ' ^ 7£ jsttE&BETH St. (juat above Ctammlng's). .^pHobart Athletic OOIiLINS-BTEEET ? Is~noirtben to pupils in «tfery branch of / ot 4*yP§s. Qy-ttttMti6s, and CalisthenioB, TMiirjuLrtflnTtn nil ^ Tiirnill mi Gods GJ?en-Ajb Tba.ok fob Tbauiing. Terms Moderate. H. PEA.ECE and JIM BAXTER, Instructors. ? H. PEARCE, Manager. Btikle Vue Races POSTPONED *ILL 6ATUR5AJ ttEXT. MAY 6. ^ ' ALfel.. WEBB, V '' Tfc»n. Secretary. T^rry * jutt ? ,.|incf Co. « 288 ELIZABETH STEigJBT, iftOBAET. Vehicles panted in^jlraperlor style and finish at Modemte Bates. Attention called to Pagnal -Carts now on their premises. UTiNTED KNOWN TH^T Thos. Dillon, Is etiU selling the best Mut$cm that can be procured in the Market -t 2dper lb, side or caijjafee. Orders punctually attended to. Meat delivered to any .part o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

FOOTBftiiloi^ f_Br 'Suck.'] ?„,;';. The pmeteai^eyent of the week# «N^i 8.T.F.A., whioh was bald in theTO^jj Hall on Monday evening. Judging byihe large meeting over whioh she Aoting^flgYernor presided the winter pastime haB aSpt de clined in public favor. Mr. Secretary Marsdeo read th» annual report. - At the put»et J;he report referred in opn gra*»Ut»rr terpis to the good feeling ex hibited by the playing members during the past season, and also to the success attend ing it. The umpire diffioulty was referred to, and it wan stated that the Association had approached the kindred body in Viotoria with a view to securing an efficient field umpire. It is to be hoped that a suitable man will be obtained, for on several occa sions last season the umpiring was probably about the worst ever eeen on a football field. ? Begret waa expressed that the proposed frip of last yeaftcnoutb Austraua Had to be abandoned' lowing to want of funds. Those who remember the circumstanoes give the Associat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Marriage: ANDERSON—BONNEY.—At the Manse, at Chalmers Church, by Rev. C. H.   Talbot, Jas. Anderson to Julia Bonney.  

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Porf PMk Twenty Years Ago* [Bx .' EiEdBi,.'] Another point of interest in the church was the spire upon the &ip of. the tower, and which reached a con siderable height above the building. As seisn from a distance it had a pretty, Wstio, English appearance, as it peeped out trom among me otbbb. Had you asked nine out of every ten of the inhabitants they would have informed you it was . made of stone ; but such was not the case. It was an innocent piece of church deception, being really constructed of 1$ inch pine, painted stone-color, and while wet,«ifted over with powdered Btone, thus giving it the appearance of well constructed masonry. Froin a little trap-door in the front of. this spire, up above the bells, a grand view of the country and out to sea could be obtained by any one having sufficient courage to mount the ladder and face n half century's accumulation of dust and cobwebs. This spire gave rise to a prophecy which actually came to pass — pro- bably the very first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

IF YOU LIKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR CROCER FOR I NELSON^ /^warded m J|ji^ AapH| GOIDJJcSIUERMeiALS ?? ? '*»? ?? CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINASc CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

iJfas. Sar^ant, STOCK AND SHAREBROKBR AND, COMMISSION -GBNT, desires to inform his town and country, friends that he has STARTED DOING; BUSINESS as above and will bepleased to receive commissions. Address, HOBART STOCK EXCHANGE or 85 Murray $#$#?! Royal Aromatic Condition Food for HORSES, CATTLE, FOWLS, PIGS, &c. -Secured an Award Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. IN BAGS ONLY, Ss 6d, None Genuine without our Trade Markand, Title. Manufactured by W. BOON & CO. 10 ABGYLE-STEEET, Hobart. :p AS ENGINE FOE BALE, very cheap, VJT '4-mata. power. Apply ' Paton and O'Brien, Clipper office. Robert Jackson, THE PEOPLE'S LITERARY PABULUM and POCKET FRIEND, 3 [STILL STUDYING HI8 FEIENDS' INTERESTS, BOTH IN KEEPING THEM WELL INFORMED WITH FULLEST SPORTING NEWS and supplying it at Lowest Prices. SPORTING STANDARD ... 8-L REFEREE ? 4d. SPORTSMAN ? 8d. AUSTRALASIAN ? 6d. CLIPPER ? Id. 102 LIVERPOOL-STREET. R. BRETT, 78 CoUins-etreet, FISH ? MONGER and Poulterer. Fresh Fish and Oysters alw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

PREMIER DRESSMAKING Establishment. Noel White ,: AND CO.'S J SPECIALTIES j AUTUMN j' and | WINTER SEASON. I COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit . : and in the latest style, in a 3OA Homespuns, Meltons, 3 Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, Foules, Beige, etc., etc. Send for samples. ^ COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made, in any of following - materials, Plain and Fancy I Navy and Blaek Serges, | Bengalines, English and ', 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diago- 5 Net cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon Cloths, Cashmeres, Home spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, etc.. etc. ' A marvel for style and price. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Silkspot Cheviots, Cotilles, Epingles, Croco dile and- Flake effects in Tweeds and Homespuns, fSO/- Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas. Net cash. Navy and -Black Serges. Best French Cashmeres in all leading shades. All Wool Robing-, German Robes, embroidered, etc., etc. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Velour-de-Ruese, shot effects, English and Scotch Tweeds, all wool, Dia...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

RETRENCHMENT. Dear Clipper. — Retrenchment, reduo- : tion of salaries, amalgamation of offices, etc., are supposed to be the panacea for our lingering depression, and are being exor cised by our ' powers that be ' .vith un- ' snaring hands, and, let us hope, with all the necessary judiciousness. Not being a member of the Home Beading Union, I have occasionally to resort to some curious reading matter amongst which was lately a copy of the estimates of the government of Tasmania for 1893, which' presented to me such a bewildering number of inex plicable items, that with due regard to your valuable space, I will confine my requests for enlightment to a few at a time. Here is one to begin with : — Page 6, House of Assembly, salaries : Clerk of the House, £400, ditto Personal allowance, £50. Will any of our independent representa tives in the House kindly ask this ques tion, viz., ' What are the duties of the Clerk of the House during its recess P ' Many observant electors and taxpayers...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

Ed.Mulcahy HAS OPENED. 20 GASES of Winter Clothing and 10 CASES of the 1 LATEST STYLES of Materials for his TAILORING DEPARTMENT Although he has entirely given up his Drapery Business, he reminds his patrons that he is continuing his TAILORING & CLOTHING BUSINESS at / 80 Murray - street, this being now HIS SOLE ADDRESS. MEN'S SUITS, MEN'S OVERCOATS, BOYS' SUITS, BOYS' OVERCOATS, JUVENILE SUITS, JUVENILE OVERCOATS. the biggest stock in theTsland. 80 murray - street IMPORTANT NOTICE. ] ? EDWARD MULCAHY begs co inform his friends in Hobart and throughout the Colony that, having disposed of the whole of the C Drapery stock in his late establish ment, 96 Liverpool-street, to Messrs. W. Henry & Co., he is now giving his - entire attention to the tailoring, cloThing, and MEN'S MERCERY business, which will be continued at 1 80 MURRAY - STREET, which will in future be his sole address. a — « In making the above announcement, ' Edward Mdlcaht sincerely thanks the public for th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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YEARLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

Yearlings. Writing on Walter Hickenbothatn's year- I lings 'Ormonde' says: — 'The three youngsters, who are from the Kirkhom stud, nave been well cared for and handled,' and are of the most docile dispositions. Thej colt bv Abercorn— Copra (dam of Camoola, to whom the youngster is -feus three-parts J brother) has great length and liberty, with a splendid shoulder and forehead, is good; across the couplings; with big hanging' quarters and a good hard set of legs under . him. Perhaps he is the least bit tied below the knee, but it is hardly noticeable. ! He has a good intelligent head, and though : his ears lop a little they hardly detract | from his appearance. He moves like a. racehorse, and eho'uld.oome to hand early. ' The brother to Carlyon, by Chester— Moon- : stone, is a big, raking colt that I should fancy will take a bit of time to mature, but j ib built on the lines of a good one; hie bone is immense and of tbe right Sort, legs . are well set under him, capital middle piece....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 May 1893

1 Waklet, a medical man, and oelebrated 1 Eiondon coroner, had a grim Joke played upon him, fie bad been driving with a mead, when the {tort; wine was pushed towards him with the remark 'you will like that WaJdey. there is a boiv in it.' IIPatibntly and persistently plods ihe 'Platypus' along appropriating the premiership 1 the premiership in Eucalyp tus ! May his family multiply and people, and perfume the earth. Dear Clipper. — Many ratepayers hero ask the question, when are we to have a change of Government, or how much longer are we to be ruled by the Dobson clique, and be under the yoke of serfdom, as we eadly want a change and a new lot of lawsP — Tours eto., Eleotob. Boss, MJayl. BooiBTr in Hobart is as tame as an old 'bus horse. If the colonial office would only send us along a Governor with a wife that liked ' high-jinks ' and possessed of a deoontly long purse would not Liverpool street rejoioe. , Why, we can fancy the Mathers gmiling. The Hobart representative of one of t...

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