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The New Norfolk Fatal Boating Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

|jbe NewiNozfblk ^ Fatal Beating i^fflbe inquest oji the-bpfty; of ^j^'tle J. ¥'. WilliapiB.'agejj'^O' Jreaipi, was held at the court house last T«?Sl lay i aril a verdict of accidental deaHi|vas r^tAitnbdj wtli a rider that ' lie ter judginent eltpujd -Iiiw'g 'been ,e»^ro sed: by tbi oceupacUjof . the boat in ;en dei'ing «8Kistance to the deceased.' Trhje!rdeeeased lgpt bis life .fehipiiglj tlic ' upsetiing1 of tlie jraclit Linnet whilst proceeding to talfe jiai-t in tbe .Blew |f^rfolkyaobt race. Tbe pcew appear ^b^iihve almost entirely Host their beads, the deceased, especially so, as although twice placed on the boat, which wrr in no danger of sinking, be attempted to reach the shore by clinging to James Kremmer, who had to free himself to save bis own life. Alfred Williams, the deceased's uncle, who was a very poor swimmer, appeared by the evidence to have done everything but what would have given effectual and immediate assist ance.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET. THE JUNIORS.—By Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

'% Cricket. THE JUNIORS.— By Point. Tiiere were only four junior cricket matches on Saturday. Glcnorchy had tho -easiest of . wins against St. Mary's, beating thorn by 'S wickets and PQ7-r-iiis. Phillips, C. Hallain, and Webb '' Watted well For Glenorchy ; Webb, had Blay being unplayable, the latter obtaining the liiit trick. . poounaKprs n&U uiu ubbi ui uuu t-aum against Ormond ; Gibson (28) and Gilligan (20) not out got the runs somehow for Bootmakers, and T. . Beyuolds (fl) for Ormond was top scovei . Gilligan 7 wickete for 7 for -Bootmakers, -and Shield for Ormond bowled best. ynion 'Jack defeated Dawn by one uminjs_and-8B-runs. J. Eichardson (41) batted well for Union Jack, and Briggs (14) for Dawn. ^Endeavor had an easy win at . KingB^pn, beatinVthe local foam by 3 wickets and 40 runs. Hooper and Gill made most of the runs for Endeavor, and Hazel, LiUcas, ana Coombes for Kingston. /Tho ,Jiirtji-r; v, ; Senior, match attracted a poxt number, especially of junior player'...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Boxing. Snowy and Donohuo had a go at the Hobart Athletic Club on Wednesday even ing last. Mr. Harry Pearce managed the affair very nicely, and did well in seconding Mr, John Evans to referee, a well-known and respected sport acting as time-koeper. Snowy dealt it out properly and had all the host of it, although his opponent fought 1(5 rounds. The match resulted in a draw with a promise of a renewal of hostilities. Frank Kourko aud Dan Lyons battle on Monday evening neict at the Dei-Went A.C. Bob Fitzsuumons has boon ordered by a New York judge to pay his wife .£5 per week pending his action against her for divorce, also to pay her oounsel JE50 to enable her to defend the action. Dave St John, tho 'Welsh champion, is to fight Jom Smith, the English champion, in Franoe for J61000 aside. Daniel Hayes, of Arcadia, has challenged Eugene Knaebono-ifsfc ajl-iwiu.l feats. Ktioobono is the present champion. Jack McKenua, -of Zeehan and New Zea land, in another . part of this issue challenge...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAGABOND JOTTINGS. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Vagabond Jottings. ; ; ' ' I Br the Oepha.n.1 ' ; ' BRIGrTTON. : ' ''Uncleani unclean!' is the cry that went before the lepers of old— poor things, tUey h^d to announce to the public as they parsed on their way to thejr aByluin, away Irom tie haunts of men, tbatjiljey were the ctitris of 'something human nature loathed. The 'law Of the ktnd cpiupellefl (them to so proclaim themselves, and oneTs'bloftd would rmj ittOld; to! isee ihe human mass rushing awa.v from dansrer. in fear of contamination. m .greater ^aste than if a mad.dog was as largje,' But how different now in our 19th'ctenltiUry are the ways audlawB of man. Yon will see almbst anytime beings, I can not (say men, afflicted an a manner, worse, if possible .than tlie . lepers of pld,; irtfflictod with 'a cultivated, but equally , loathing iBease, drunkenness and its usual atten dants. Drunkenness is ovtl enough in It self, but look at ite train — filthy, foul lan guage, which is dore offensive to the oar if possible j,hap . ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAND CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

BAND CONTESTS. . Deab P^ippeb— The letter in your last SjauelfifflntEV ¥.; Smith, seolabary ^ of Wie Launceston City .Band demands a reply. Perhaps the best form that reply can take will be ftteimple statement oTwhiit actually took place regarding the proposed band contest,, The public .then, both of Laun cestori and Hobart, may draw their own .inferences when these fads are published After some preliminary correspondence an interviSBr \faS arj?aog33 with the com mittee rf-XfS&lij;: Jqeeph s amd City Bands of Launceston., t Tie £%. Joseph's Bead was mef fctitf andjiftfersiisbuesioitt «. proposal. was anode for submission, to the band ?as follows ^Twenty-five pounds was to be given in prize money and tlie train ex penses of the, band to.be paid io-JKobarr. niiA l-aok, or In lieu of ^raia fete the two visiting ; bands to take the pnooeedf of a inouster, concert, such proceeds being guaranteed to at least cover train expenses. 'Die proposal as to judging was that the bandmaster...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [By Gkome.1 Jn spite of the low prices of tin, 12s. 9d. per unit, there is a steady inclination to break' new ground. A. party left during tlie week for the mouth of the Pieman, and I hear that a good deal is being quietly got in the Arthur Valley. The export for De cember, is valued at £1900. Chiefly Mt. Bischoff as usual. ' The total mineral exports for December nmoufat to J&U.OfK). Tlie Western seems to have settled quietly down to dividends of Is. per month, soon nre may hope to be increased to 2s. 6d. Who e®i do sums? Find the difference in value between tlie' Western and 20 'wild cats.' ? ? ? ' The Mount Michael Hydraulic T.M. Co. and the East' Golden Gate have both in creased their capital, but in very different ways. The East Golden Gate have parted with three fourths of their property in ex change for capital from England to develop the mine ; the Mt. Michael are issuing new shares locally. The latter company is going in for ft Mudie crusher. T...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Massage.   The REV. SILAS MEAD says :—" I am pleased that my arm is getting stronger. I   hope you will get a large number of patients   to get the benefit of your treatment."     The REV. HUGH GILMORE :—" I am   glad to say that I am much better. Thank-   ing you very much, and wishing you success."       The HON. JOHN DARLING :—" I have   derived benefit from your Massage treat-   ment ; and you may make use of my     name in reference to it." The Comedian, J. L. TOOLE :—" I have     derived both benefit and comfort from     your Massage treatment." MR. VAUGHAN, MASSEUR.   Consultation Free.     Hours—10 to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. daily.         7 Miller's Chambe...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TURF. BRIGHTON RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

The Turf. BEIOJiTON RACING CLUB.*; f Monday provided an ideal day for rac ing, and the people that faced tie threatening nature of the tuomhig were fully rewarded for their pludk. Tha bitf of fare was veil contested and tho club's officinls were untiring in their euduaTOurs : to m»ke the meet a success, in which' they were Euccf a^f uL . ' ? !, The Trial Hurdle opened the sport, with p eight starters, resulting in an easy -win fi-t\ Bugler by. .five lengths, with Bhinegold. second, and Talisman third. Time, 3iuin. 81sbcb. Tote dividend, £l 2s. The Trial Stakes were successfully negotiated by the Sorell filly, Men tress, who romped homefrom Badient, with Sennache rib a bad third. Time, lmin. 58isec. Tote div.,-£l 14s. A field of fiive faced the starter for the Handicap Burdies. Great interest wne evinood in the chances of Freedom, whoso bolting propensities wore expected to be check by blinkers and othor gearing. At the start Freedom went away at a great' pace, with the old reliable ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

jl' ^ 'S S' 3 1 S£|g -«j | £ $ i £S 6 it e s 2g i COI h § ° «B & ':? a I * 3§ * ? f ° p 02 ? O ~_J ,« W. 0 CO g _£i!§ i s § i § i s § ,__] ^ PS * LL_ --j ; i 5 i i I ! 0 gw S =- or ** g -tf fc t=- O ;s g § P4 £! u ;;S H g £ ^ co -2 Hog S S 'S. Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo ser vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney: THE S.S. "OONAH," W. J. FEATHERSTON, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates First sailing : WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10th. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart, en route to Melbourne. First Sailing : S.S. "WAIRARAPA," MONDAY, JANUARY 8th. Launceston to Mel bourne S.S. "PATEENA," H. Sams, Comman...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

The Turf. The Western Australia Turf Club races which took place at Perth on New Year's Day and subsequent -layB have particular interest for Tasmanians, as Soarpia, who won the Perth Cup of 400sovs., two miles, on the first day is i-ugugo.d in both the Hobart and Lauuccston Cups. The ? winner carried the ti ly weight of 9at. 41b. On the second dav Scarnia Ust. wou tk-- All-aged Stakes, seven furlongs, beating Wandering Willie, who by the way was favorite for the Cup but failed to get a place. Soarpia is by Neckcrsgat— Tarpeia, and is noiniualed all the way from Western Australia for Tasina'iian races. TheyhaveaCarbiueiu Western Australia and judging by bis performances at the recent meeting fully justifies the apella tion bestowed on him. On the first day he won the double — Maiden Plate and Ladies' Purse— both mile raeos, and on the second day, Railway Stakes one mile and quarter, and W.A. Derby one mile and half. The Derby was carved ou--, in 2.65. Loyalty won the Auckland Plate ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER VII. A BORDER BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

CHAPTER VII. A Bokdkr Bkauty. Dingo was quite unprepared for the appearance of comfort, aud refine ment displayed in his overseer's home life. The furniture -was plain hut serviceable and adapted to everyday use, not that the ornamental was altogether displaced by the useful; hut the impression at first sight w;ie, ' Here reigns order and tnste, but comlorl is evidently tliu object aimed at.' Dingo felt quite at home and gliiiiued approvingly around. He noticed with peculiur masculine satis faction the absence of 1 lie frail deco rative class of Bunting .'njcummodation dear to the heart of in.uiy Australian housewives, aud which is at once an ornament and a trap. Wliyso invited liis guest to be seated, and then he passed into the next room to prepare his wife and daughter for (he change in store. Naturally at first they were a littl« saddened at the prospeot of the in creased subordination of Whyso, but he cheered them wifh the information that ' the new boss don't 6eem a bad sort t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENEROUS SPORTS. MANLINESS AND GENEROSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Generous Sports. MANLINESS AND GENEROSITY. Though the assertion may be sneered at by those well-meaning but misinformed people who are forever bewailing the wickedness of the turf and all that thereunto appertains, it is nevertheless true (remarks 'Mazoppa' in the Otago Witness) that racing men often exhibit the ./muiiJLaii vii.i«iieB ul iiiiLuiLuesh hillu jeuerosity in trying circumstances, once saw a bookmaker rescue a iliild from imminent peril at the risk if his neck, aud the public applauded urn, as indeed was but just. It was ny experience years ago to see a ockey, while riding to win a fair itake, the gaining of which meant a rrcat deal to him personally, take a jull at his horse, and push into the laddie a young rider iu the race who lad got into difficulty through losing i foothold of one of bis stirrups, and A\e assisted jockey won the race, to he pecuniar}- detriment of his helper. Australian records tell us of a fielder who paid over to a deceased customer's wife £1000, ...

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Black Dingo CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Black Dingo [lly J. J. Sheiiiiun.] CHAPTER VI. (Conliiiuud.) Wliyso 6liouted, ' Police station r There is not one within fifteen miles of us. As for tbe men, we keep them in rations ; they must keep them selves iu order aud tobacco and other luxuries — confound them !' Diugo mentally ejaculated, ' Thank heaven for that. This ie ri^lit into my hands.' But bent on information, he 11 U Iff 1/1 Wilt Ton i£ 4 llAlin iirntin nmr neighbors. The overseer looked at him sideways and growled to himself, ' He's as cui'ious as an old woman, confound him. If he keeps on at this rate he will know as much about the place in ten minutes as I've learnt iu ten year6, confound it.' In reply to Diugo's question Whyso told him somewhat testily, ' Only . Parson Woodville, confound him.' Dingo evidently enjoyed the irrita tion his subordinate exhibited, and continued to draw him out. ' You seem to confound him with unusual fervor.' ' I should think so. He has con founded me with his unusual fervor *wi uij ...

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FREE SPEECH. LABOR REFORMS, OR[?] AND THE IRISS [?]STION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

|e»e».1 SmmY jSp the miffe*,^. If ejguaice wmj^quiredgto fcrove thaOTraworking|j|)pulatioti|of Ureat BrijEphad e$|tt$hing tg^gain by strfljflg^ningl|-4i;^ar-ds oJpJV'illiamj E«H^Gladsrao.& in tbjfciel^clininff that evidence. Never before ban an English Government sbown more earnest endeavor to grapple with matters that affect the welfare of the -people. Although offering no direct encouragement or -making promises to the lEjgjifc' Soiir deputations tbat waited upon .him, doubtless influenced ~T)y* the dissensions that exist in the q tanks f-i the trades unions on this '' very complicated question, the 'boon has been granted by the War Depart ment ; and the Admiralty is to follow Buit, thus virtually giving the Eight Hour movement Governmental en dorsement. Their action in bringing in the Employers Liability Bill and the firin £tand the Liberal party has taken to if possible retain the vital principles contained in it, likewise go to show that they arc in line with the demand...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. INFANT BEGGARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

HoiDEN Hubbub. E&oh aud ever; mortal liour it lasts, iu this manner ; the iunnite hubbub uuslaokeuod. INFANT BEGGARS. What to do with our boys ? The boyp have answered the question by becoming *' cadgers.' ' Guv me a penny,' is the demand made upon our visitors as they are trying to keep an even keel tin our classic paves. Protectionists would like to see the evil cured by encouraging factories ; but the freetrader believes in the bloodless doctrine, ' Buying in the cheapest market, One 01 our drapers (being a Scotchman) objects to part with .the bawbees, aud has taken ad vantage of his position on the Benevo lent Society's committee to denounce this disgraceful nuisance. The benevolent Scot objected, not on the moral degradation enforced ou the children through no other avenues of empployment being open to them as they grow up ; but on the score of our appearance in the eyes of visitors, and the possibility of their not coming to the tight little island, on account of not h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

60 x 200. ofbaM-ram and RfiJS : ^3O.p«5h. .foyafofe Monthly i: ; ' Plans! *tb., from ? , LAND A^D ESTATE AG^NT 1 Cook's Chambers, ! importer; ' Elizaijeth-stbeet. Just unpacked, .fix; Lufrfy a. Large Assortment of . .; ? . : .. OARRIAGEj GIG, AND BUOGY LAMPS. Also manutaxjtnriug Saddles, all of TASMANIAN' LEATHER, . . : . Ant Patteun. Hotels. E. IVI'Hiigh (Late of LaunccBton) Intimates to his friends and the public that lie has taken the commodious ^ CORNWALL H0TKI-, COENEE OP AEGTLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines »nd Spirits. ~ ANGEL INN~ 265 AbovletStubet. The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and Bners J. 5. McLOUGffLIN, m , Proprietor. Telephone 91. ? Theatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STBEET, HOBABT. ? A. WILSON. Pbofbhstob. TP YOU WANT A GLASS OF Gk)OD CALL AT MARTIN CASEY'S Canterbury Inn, Elizabeth-st. N.B.— Martin Cisey gaaran tees that his Beer will not produce a swelled haad in the morning. Try it ! ? Rogers and Son, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, MURRAY AND COLLINS ST...

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WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

WRKSTL NG. D-»r 0MPPEn,--Iu reply to Mr. .!. Mac Kenny's challenge to wrestle me ;i seven style match, I wish to say I shall only lie too pleased to (jive !iim a olinnue to turn the tablison me, as he toims it. When he speaks of me b. ing afraid to give him a cWicp, I would ik - MacKennv or any one else to un derstand that I am nut afraid to give auy man a chance tn heat me. I - Ion I care who they are or wheiv t lie.v eo:iv: from ; they have only to i in som ? rannuy rp with The Clipper, and whilst I have a backer I am willing to inake ,1 in it oh. 1 have seen some of my backerf, and they will stoke £',rt for me to wrestle Maelvrimv a seven style match, or they will net £.'-'i to £80 that I can beat him at catch-aN-c.itch-cm cir Groeco Roman MvleK. Now. I will conclude with Mac's own' words. 1 iln not want a lot of i api'r correspondenc ', but if lie wants a matcli let him come tn Hobart and put some money up ami 1 will wrestle him inside of three weeks from isigiiiiijrarnvies Than...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

DRINK IIsTIDI^ISr, O3S-X-LO3ST, ^~r^ AND ^-^&*C^L ~~ To be had of all GROCEFIS A.sk for it and see you take no other.

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

[?] ; H [Br dafti.] ... a&pHsing a rMolu&gteto the effect that Wfs jundesirable thaf professional brokers sHoittd occupy a seat ?: upon boards of «S»tora the sharehoWets of the Mount Bejd Company have ejgpressed a verv Wiflslj extended feelite. Investors have lad ffloie than one filnetration of the Wf permitting flharebrokers to have **rj?jj&ttan'ie teJM--WWityi, which they muBtniXt unon lrrmnr^iiinnuur nnnon;«n ious regard whatever for the welfare of he clients who engage them. Brokers annot serve two masters and the less lients have to do with brokers who are lso directors of companies, the better for onafide investors. «- - It is currently rumoured that the nanager of the Queen intends sinking an inderlay shaft from the. 200ft. level. As ho carrying out of such a proposal has -een strongly criticised by able mining nen, it would be just as well for the lirectors to take the advice of an expert lefore launching into expenditure upon mch work. Why do the dir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

'~ ^-J as . Bar gean t , .'..?'. (Member Hobart Slock Exchange.) STOCK AND SHAREBltOKER, ''?ft'o. 17 .HOBART STOCK EXCHAN- ... ', ? ...... C0H.INS7STBEET, HOBAUT. ' Piccadilly Cafc7 B7 LIVE BPOOL- STREET ' is the place to get a good Cup of .'lt&&, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLA1 with all kinds of Pastry a'd Sweets, t Moderate Prices. '..''?, EOBERTS -fc CO., Proprietor; Tailoring. ?.?'.'- 'tasmanian tweed suits, ? PROM 60s.; TBOUSERS, 15s. 60 'English, Scotch, and Continental Go equally reasonable. Fit and workmanship equal to any si in Tasmania and suporior to the major of the so-called Tailors, employing ch- and inferior labor. I Buperintend all ( work myself and pay the. highest rate wages, which enables mo to turn out 1 best of work. Fit and Style seldom equalled and nei excelled. J L. Sault, 96 Elizabeth-street. CHEAP BOOTS 20,000 Pairs to select from. 20 PER CENT, cheaper than any other house in Hobi The Secret is wo BUY FOR CASH And SELL FOR CASH. Address, People's Boot C...

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