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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

Cricket, The Haws, speaking of the recent visit of the Tasmanians to Victoria, says that Kenny Burn played the soundest cricket. Charlie Bady is also spoken of favorably. One of Eady's powerful drives injured Letcher's hand so that he was unable to proceed. . When the Tasmanian cricketers were in Helb. a prominent V.C.A. official invited them out to his palatial suburban resi dence, The Tassies accepted the invite and proceeded in all the gorgeous an ay of their. Sunday best in two brakes. Mine host met them at the gate with the re mark, ' You needn't keep the cabs ; you can get back to Melbourne for 3d. each.' Charlie Eady laid the umpire out in Melb. by a terrible blow on the chin with a lightning return. Charlie Eady is going the way of all our best footballers — to join the ranks of Essendon.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WRESTLING CHAMPION MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

WRESTLING CHAMPION MATCH. A champion wrestling match is to lake place ou Thursday night at the Hobart Athletic Club rooms, between Harry 1'earcu, tbe popular instructor of the club, and Jack McKenny, of Zeehan. Both contestants have been in training for some time past and exciting bouts are anticipated. The match is for £20 and the gate in the seven styles. As it is fresh in the memory of our readers what a magnificent struggle took place be tween I'earce aud Kucebone some months back, ii is hardly necessary to assure (hem that Thursday night's exposition is sure to ue a splendid display of wrestling in all its branches, aud the more remarkable from its being only the second match of the kind ever held in Australasia. Jack McKenny arrived in town yester day from Zeehan. He is in good health, although the voyage round was a I rough.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ANTICIPATIONS. [BY RUSTIC.] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

ANTICIPATIONS. FBt Rustic.1 Trial Stakes.— Fassiefern 1, Par attah 2, Sennacherib 3. Sires' Produce Stakes. — Silveroid 1, Norval 2, Melody 3. Hobart Cup. — Rustic 1, Amadeus 2, Dundas 3. Selling Race. — Harefield or Lily S. Derwent Handicap. — Templestowe 1, Flying Scud 2, Hobart 3. Steeplechase. — Warrior 1. Glen Isle 2, Foxhall 3. Wilson Stakes.— The Wolf 1, Petrarch 2, Helene 3. Free Handicap. — LilyS l,|Dundas 2, Templestowe 3. First Hurdle Race. — Kimberley 1, Sterling 2, Robin Tell 3. Nursery Handicap. — Trombone 1, Red Eagle 2, Orange Blossom 3. Elwick Stakes.— Eurns I, The Muff 2, Carbonate 3. Second Hurdle Race. — Robin Tell 1, Sirius 2, Freedom 3.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TURF. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

TheJurf. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB The Summer Meet of the Tas manian Racing Club will be teld on Wednesday and Thursday next at Elwick. Afitroner continuant, nf E-,n^ from the other side have been attend ing the northern carnival,, the majority of whom will arrive in the metropolis to-day. There will be six events run for on each of the two days, the chief feature being the Hobart Cup, run on the first day.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

BlLL'SjOTIONS. |Br Momus.] Dere Mr. Cupper, -The world r axis u pev usual, requires ^easiii with golden ointment, even the police force feelB Hub with incwasin power. One patriotic member of the blue and silver determined in conjunction with a couple of friendB to unearth a lode that would pan out emit rnino to ouy off the depresBion. Three in number —the champions— Bet forth ; one was abuteher and a good judge of veins (of suet) ; one a grocer, good on the pan (scale-pan) ; and the other was a robert They advanced into the Ths manian wilds as far the Glenorchy water-course. Here they got out their I picks and made holes in the colony, ' and after workin all day in the sun they struck a lode. The report to the manager tho praps will serve best. 'Dere Sir — Herewith sample of lode. Its mitey hard to git out, but try and float a company. Plese send assay. — Yours, &c.' Assay— 35,840 ounces to the ton. Blue road metal, Another great Tasmanian industry crushed ! Speakin of compa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

Only one of tbe syndicate's team is likely to take part in the V.E.C. autumn meeting. The question of the declaration of weights for the Launceston Cup has been freely discussed by the sporting public, and on every hand the unnecessary delay in the handicapping has been generally condemned. The handicapptr rushes into ' print in defence of his procrastination, and roundly abuses southern sportsmen for complaining. He says that only one nomination oame from the south, and we oughtn't to grumble, especially as the soli tary entrant has gone amiss. This makes those who are in the know smile, l-e«ause Pauline is said to be in rare fettle. Then he trots out the case of the Victorian mare, Lady Manners-Sutton, who away back in the sixties arrived in Adelaide from Melbourne one morning and won the principal race the same afternoon. That is a veiy lame argument, for U it likely, for instance, that the owner of Scarpia in Westralia would start for Tasmania with out knowing whether he had a c...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

DRINK T2-rJD1.JL2-f, CBYIjO3i5\^^' To be had of ell GROCERS. Ask for it and see you take no other.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

ALBERT PARK, NEW, TOWN. . BUILDING SITES GO x 200, close, to -Trim and Bail £30 each. Payable Monthly' Plans, etc., from F. MILSQM, LAND AND!, ESTATE AGENT, 1 Cook's Chambers, ELIZA BBTH-8TREET, HOBA.RT. JAME^ROBB, IMPORTER, Euzaheth-strkkt. Just unpacked, ex Lufra, a Large Assortment of CAltltlAGE, GIG, AND BUGGY' LAMPS. Also manufacturing Saddles, all of TASMANIA!* LEATHER, Anv Patikbh. . ,i ? Hotels. E. M'Hugh (Late of Launceston) Intimates to his friends and tlia public that he has taken the commodious CORNWALL HOTEL CORNER OF ABGYLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL hNN,' 255 Abqixe-stkeet. The Best Spirits, Wities, Ales, aid Beers. J. J. McLOUGHLIV, Proprietor. Telephone 91. Rogers and Son, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, MURRAY AND COLLINS sr&EE I' i HOBAET. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. ' ^.B.C. PROPERTIES GUIDE,' issued gratis, may be' obtained on application at tho Offices, corner Murr.iy aud Collins Streets. The entire management !of Estates,...

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YACHTING YABBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

Yachting' Yabber. Two races took place last: Saturday over the club course for 28ft. and 21ft. yabhts, for trophieB presented fey Messrs C. P. Albright and B. &. Bex respectively. A light sea breeze was up at the start, falling' away towards the finish. - There were only four entries in the' 28ft. class. Cllde having retired from racing. Volant winning easily, the' light 'breezo just suiting her, Gitatia s&cond; Iolanthe and Mistral some distance in the rear. Viking ©ante iu first iu the 21ft. class, Thelma winning on time after a Very close race all day, there being only 6 -seconds between them at the finish. Thelina prov ing herself the best in moderate* and light breezes. Viking holding her 'own in' the stronger breezes. ?' ?? ?? '? ??' ??- ; ,,f' Soabird*' : in 'the ' MArD, Is wrong in etatiug that Thelriia has ? beaten' Viking three times' in ^successiDU.' Thellna has only beaten Viking once over the line, all ii'er other wins hive been1 won on time .Allo wa'noe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

M^ PR\Ct\i\ST. GENTS' NECKTIES ... 6d. GENTS' LINEN COLLARS 4d.&6d. GENTS' FLANNELETTE SHIRTS ? Is. 6d. GENTS' UNDERSHIRTS... Is. Gd. GENTS' UNDERPANTS ... Is. 9d. GENTS' BRACES ? 6d. GENTS' MERINO SOCKS... Gd. j GENTS' WOOL SUITS ...15s. 6d. GENTS' MOLES ? 4s. lid A. E. Piaister's MV NAMKJ LLOYD'S BUILDING, MY ONLY ADUUliS-*. THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, ^ THE SEWING MACHINES, -6 4 Liverpool Street. ANTED KNOWN— Cheap Boots and Shoes at the Tramway Boot Shop, 122 Elizabeth-st. Something Good. Do you know where to get your Xmas Hams, Xinas Poultry, and iiulter, Eggs, aud lincon. M I' 11 K A Y'K. 18(5 ELIZABETH-STMEET, Is the best place for l'rime Quality and Low Kates. Trussed Poult ry a speciality. SB. — Cash buyer of Live Young Poultry to bis Excellency fj^SBffi^ New Zealand1 VC|,nJ.f PRACTICAL UMBRELLA ? Oil Oil, MAKEE, GLASS AND CHINA BIVETTEB. Umbrellas recovered nud ueatly repaired. Ladies own material made up. Cutlery ground and set. 73 COLLINSST., next door to Fitzgerald &am...

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LETTERS OF S. A. TVER. No. XIV. TO MR MONTAGUE RHYS JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

LETTERS OF S. A. TVER. No. XIV. ' TO t£&. MONTAOtJE KHT5 JCiNBS. My dear Shv- It gives .me. very ; great, pleasure tu have an apportunity of address ug so illustrious an art oritio fit youtsolf. Tout able criticism on the Art Exhibition h'ns deservedly brought your; dame, into lirnminenca : vour excellent) attemut at the art of English composition ihas won for you the applause of the uugrauimatioal j and the tnuth. which you have toldilias proved unpalatable to those whoso desire of fame has hitherto made them shun the truth.' You are no doubt an earnest student of the Scriptures and will easily remember the in junction, given to the apostles, that they should forbear to cast their pearls before swine lest they should turn again and rend them. Possibly when you penned your re cent criticism that passage was for the time both out of sight and out of mind. But do not despair! We have -all more or less suffered from being too 'outspoken. Use a little tact in future and put the ...

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FREE SPEECH. FEES AND EMOLUMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

fREE SPEE6H. PEES AND EMOLUMENTS. I In answer to the influential!}' Igned requisition a crowded hall reeled the chairman at Tuesday Ight's meeting called together for lie purpose of discussing the advis Irility of the appointment of a Royal ?omtmssion to enquire into the Inances of the country and expendi ture of the Government, a motion to Hiat effect being proposed by Mr. Brouch and seconded by Mr. Mitchell. Vhe former gentleman spoke briefly By way of an introduction leaving the ?ctual conveuer to do the bulk of the vork and lay down the exact grievances for the ventilation of which the meeting had been called logether, viz., the misappropriation of fees and fines ostensibly paid to the Kovernnient, but which in reality were the recognised perquisites of lertain officials, practices carried In without even the ordinary bu si- less checks being used as to the Imount of moneys actual!}' passed Ihrough the departments, or even riving the unfortunate client a re lei pt, thus inflicti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Black Dingo CHAPTER X. Taking The Group. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

Black Dingo [By j. J. Sheeidan.] CHAPTER X. ... Taking The Group. During the period occupied by Woodville in journeying to hie resi dence, the ]it-..leWliy60 household had partaken luncheon, or in their homely language 'dinner,' and about -the time Smiles- Mid Alfred set out for ? the cottage, Mrs; Wliyso and 'Mary accompanied by Dingo returned ta- the garden, leaving Daniel to ^leep on tlie sofa. Mrs. Wliyso ?#&? i knit- ting, and occa«oniiiMy-4ooking-ov«r*he_ landscapef tvIm!^. jjlarj jatod! jDitfgo - stood at, & litil^'diBtiuico cotaVinsing, '. or to be quite correct, Dingo speaking and Mary listening with a far. away look in her eyes. ,Bye-aud-by the elder woman called out ' Mary, there are two men cotniiig.along thfe road — I wonder who they can be V' 'Are there,' Mother 'i ' remarked the girl, then turning to IDjngo, ' You have good sight. Mr. Oldoountry; can y»u describe their appearance at tbis distance f ' Dingo Bllftded bis eyes' with his baud and scanned t...

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Adventures of Country Drunks. A POOH BAH CARTED HOME IN A BARROW BY A CEINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

Adventures of Country Drunks. A POOH BAH CARTED HOME IN A BARROW BY A CEINAMAN. At least one of those conglomerate atoms of red tape that flourish even unto rankness under the present system of conducting the Civil Service has been achieving notoriety in his district. This worthy who is the superintendant of police, council clerk, etc., etc., enclosed in a very fleshy mould desig nating ease and comfort, despite his plurality of offices, is known through the district of Jump Jump Cove as worthily up holding the character of the serrice (or arrogance. His knowledge of men and manners are almost unlimited, and he will as readily claim acquaintance and friend ship professionally, or otherwise with the late departed Mrs Enorr as Her Giacious Guelph. All these traits betoken the mind of a great man j but alas. Pooh Bah has one great weakness. His feeling are the facsimile of the Scotchman's, who gave it as his opinion that a man having been once properly drunk, ' Ma ooonshenoe, mon, ye w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

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A FEW OPINIONS ON THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

A FEW OPINIONS ON THE LAND QUESTION. ' Let them (the landlords) know that the tarl'i from which they were created is the common /'ropertg of all men, and that there fore the fruits of the earth belong indis crimately to all. Those who make private property of the gift of God pretend in vain to be innocent, for by thus retaining the subsistence of the poor they are the murj derers of those who die in daily want of it.' — Pope Gregory the Great. ' Cain corrupted the simplicity of the manners of former times and substituted fraud and artifice in the place of honesty and plain dealing. He was the builder of the first city in the world, and also the first man who divided common property in the earth by enclosures and hind marks.' — Jose.phus. '? The rich man ib a thief.' — St. Basil. 'The rich are robbers. Better all things were in common.' — St. Chryt 'Hum, ' Nature created community — private property is the offspring of usurpation.' — St. Ambrose. 'The earth is the Lord's. The Und sha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

DETtWENT ATHLETIC CLUB. CHARLIE JIUIU'HY legs to announce that he has taken over the MANAGEMENT of the iibovo Club, .and is prepared to receive PUPILS on Most Heasonnble Terms. Instructors. : MUHPIIY and (EVANS. C. MUHPHY, Manager. Jas. Sargeant, (Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) . STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, tfo. 17 HOBAET STOCK EXCHANGE, COLLINS-STBEET, HOBAKT. PSccadflijTCafe, \1 LI YERPOOL-STREET 87 is the place to get a good Cup of PEA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLATE, with all kindB of Pastry and Sweets, at Moderate Prices. EOBEETS & CO., Proprietors. J. L. SAULT, TAILOE, 96 ELIZABETH STEEET, fs now making to order Men's, Youths' and 8oy6' Clothing at the following prices i— Men's Sac Suits from 4-56. Beaufort from 55b. Frock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. Trousers from 126. -Sd. .. . ?, Youths' Suits from 37s. Gd! -i Boys' Knicker Suite, 21s. first - Class Workmanship Guaranteed N.B.— NO FIT NO PAY. I S. Wade Gowei% PICTURE-FRAME MAKEE & PICTURE, I DEALEE, I 65 MURRAY-STRE...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

Music and the Stage. [Bt Keino.] Keeping pace with our raoo isason Sire had any amount of cupi ran for, even extending to the eacrVd depart ment of thjB fine arts. Mr. Sillfey and his daughter, Misi Barbara, jpgiated by Miss Susm&n inaugurated the pro oeemnge gjr^jgrana rw»tf«J.dtfi *he Tasmaman Hall with recitations in a ?tyle as has not lately been witnessed j here. Miss Gill assisted the pro- J gramme successfully with a finished rendition of Ronald's ' In shadow,' and Gounod's ' Berceuse,' and Mr. T. J. Haywood with well-rendered piano solos. It might have been reasonably expected that the enter tainment would have been better sup ported by the more intelligent and cultivated residents of Hobart, though the second occasion exceeded the first in numbers, including mem bers of the Ministry and prominent citizens. Other events were the I Misses Lewis's recital and Mr. Otto Linden's invitation concert at the Town Hall, which were both excel lent enough in themselves not to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

NEW EXHIBITION BUILDING, ! DOMAIN. A GREAT EVENT. MONDAY NEXT. FEB. 19. Farewell Appearance in Tasmania of POLLARD'S LILIPUTIAN OPERA COMPANY. A MONSTER PROGRAMME. 24 GEMS 24 Selected from our Repertoire of 16 OPERAS AND BURLESQUES. THE ENTIRE COMPANT WILL APPEAR. Doors open at 7 ; Perfonnaifte at 8. ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING. THE EARLY TICKET CATCHES THE AEST SEAT. F»~ RE AT WRESTLING CONTEST. Vjr — Jack McKenny, of Zeehan, v. Harry Pearce, Champion Greco-Roman Middleweight of the World. Monday, March 5. OLD EXHIBITION BUILDING, Lower Macquarie-street. Special Accommodation for Ladies. r-ELLB VUE RACES. TO-DAY. TO-DAY. Programme : Trial Stakes. Hurdle Race. Belle Vue Handicap. Galloway Race. Selling Race. Flying Handicap. Open Trot. Alf. L. Webb, Secretary. TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT RAIL WAYS. T.A.UHCESTON REGATTA.. THUESDAY.I FEBBUABV 22, 18M. BETUBN TICKETS at SINGLE FARES will be issued to Launceston from all Stations on the Maiu Line and Pnruttali and Oatlauds Line on WEDNESD AT, Hie ...

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Bill's Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 February 1894

Bill's Notions. By Momus.] Dere Mr. Clipper, — The giddy whirl of events still waltzses poor old Hobart through the walks of life, and art critics arise, and pedestal for au hour only to sink back into their original puddel, like an unknown tad bole among other tadpoles. What a life is this P the somnolept city is stirred to ita center for a week and the busy press larnches its thunder charged bolts against cook-robin, aud though the aim is good the pesky bird still perches, dodgin the bolts and twitterin its little complaint because its tiny pipe is not accepted as an brical. Although the week gone past has been charaktericed rather by bitterness than by miith, still here and there in the bi-waye a stray joke has lodged or been enacted. Perhaps the ibest thing of the hour is the adventures of a band of itinerant music-venders, whose melodious strings have enlivened the street cor nets. The hour was nine, and the moon, obscured by heavy clouds, gave forth no light. The niusikans pla...

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