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NEW TOWN TRAGEDY THE CLOSING SCENES IN THE DRAMA. THE NORMOYLES IN GAOL. THE IRRFPRESSIBLE SHOW-MAN'S PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

New Town Tragedy. THE CLOSING SCENES IN THE DRAMA. THE NORMOYLES IN GAOL. THE IRRFPRESSIBLE SHOW MAN'S PROPOSITION. The closing scenes ;in the New Town tragedy were enacted on Wednesday, when after being found guilty of manslaughter of George Henry Knight on the previous day, Thomas Normoyle was sentenced to two years' imprisonment by His Honor the Chief Justice. Mra. Normoyle was charged at the City Police Court on Wednesday with having attempted to take her own life, and failing to find the necessary surety for her good behavior for six months, she was incarcerated in the Hobart gaol. The poor creature was escorted to the Camp bell-street entrance of the penitentiary by the female watchhouse searcher a,nd a sergeant of police about noon on Wednes day, and as she walked leaning on the arm of the female officer with downcast head nobody could but feel pity for the unfortu nate woman in her wretched position. She first received the tidings of her husband's fate in an accidental manne...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT ON A LARGE SCALE. J. G. STEELE SKIPS WITH THE COFFEE PALACE FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Alleged Embezzle MEMT ON A LARGE SCALE. J. G. STEELE SKIPS WITH THB COFFEE PALACE FUNDS. There was considerable consternation in the city on Saturday morning last when it became known that a warrant had been issued for the arrest of J. G. Steele, a prominent figure in Masonic and mining circles. Accused was at one time in busi ness in the city as a draper, but Utterly had been acting as mining agent, being also secretary to the Hobart Coffee Palace Company. For some time the books were said to be in anything but a satisfactory state, and a hasty overhaul revealed the fact of a large deficiency. From what ban be gathered the peculations appear to have extended over a considerable period, for Steele is charged in the warrant with having embezzled Ihe sum of £50 from the Hobart Coffee Palace Co. in the year 1891. It is, however, supposed that tho total defalcations amount to some hundreds, but the exact state of affairs has not yet been arrived at owing to the muddled state of the book...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Cricket. Derwent engaged IS of New Town at the upper cricket ground last Saturday. The former made BIO, I'.ingham being top with 144. New Town had 7 wickets down for 41 when stumps were drawn. Esk met the Tauiar at Launceston last Saturday. Esk ran up 236 before the last wieket fell. At call of time Tamar had lost 2 wickets for 29 runs. TUB TiTvrnns ? »v p,-..*^ Five junior matches were played last Saturday, that of Kokeby and Trinity at tracting most attention, but it ended in the unsatisfactory draw. Dick Koberts, as usual, made top score for Trinity, and O. and S. Chipman and C. All'm'iy for Eokeby. Bellerive had an easy win against Boot maker*, beating them by 64 runa. Piesse and Facy made most of the runs for Belle rive. Postal-Telegraph were again defeated by the West Hobart, who had quite an easy win by 5 wickets and 31 runs. McDowell (not out) 44, Davies 34, and Stuart 23 were top scorers for the winners, and Trappes 25, Reynolds 28, and Flannagan 13. Gasworks thought that t...

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EIGHT-HOUR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Eight-hour Day; I-ibor hold-, it -^ fifth eamiral in Tas mania mi \Wlnrs..d,n\ The v.iii-iu* U.idtK ut eiiti-'i.,',' i.jtu :? . 'i-eiciji-aii.ijj wii'i extra V-it. ?-'?! if- t»ier«^e. promis .- tj bL- i' ? i-'. ; ;. ? ? ..i, .-;? .:i ^nt .v. '?-«f rev. U . '?V'.e ? .i! i-n United 'i'n.'e 'nnd l,auor Ouuu ;i, n Adul.iiiie, will Us i!i.- ieail iug guest, whilst Mr. Husking (A.M. A., //C'liau i. four delegates from Kauncestou, and two from Mount Nicholas will also be present, and various members of F' rliament, in sympathy with the movement, including Hou! I*. O. Kysb, M.l,.-\ During the day a liberal programme of sports will be gone through. The following will be the order of the procession : — Mar.-hal. City Knnd. Eight Hour lianner, meinbei« of Eivht Hour Com mittee and Visiting D legates, ('iirpenters. Bakers, Mount Nicholas Miners. Typo graphical Society, with new banner. Tanners and Curriers with four lorries, Hobart Brass Ilaud, Shipwrights, Moiiuled Shearers, Corporation and Ge...

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WRESTLING HARRY PEARCE V. JACK McKENNY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

WRESTLING HAURY I'KARCB V. JACK McKKNNV. We again remind our readers of the sevon style wrestling contest, to take place on tttinday evening next at the old Exhibition suilrfing, lower Macquarie street, between Jack MeKeiiny, of Zeehan, ami Harry 1 earce. of Hobart. Both men are in splendid reutip, ami there is Ixtond. to be an. -acitmi: -etriiggle for supremacy. . . The 8.=. Huon leaves., for the beautiful J.iu,,' FdUsoii the eight-hour holiday, starting mm Urook-si reel at 9.S0 a.m., and returning home in g(K),l time. Those wishing to h vc a cnea.. enjoyable river ride ought to patro nise this excursion, ivliien is well wortli the cost regar.lleis -i seeing the waterfalls. The liuou is a beautiful and comtortable boat aud its officers anil attendants obliging. J HE contractors have been busy during the week erecting the iish paddocks in Limlif feme Bay. Captain Armstrong has now turned his eye upon the Hlmrku, porpoises, and muttoiibinls in the river. KlSHKttMEN should take note t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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NEWMARKET AND AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

NEWMARKET and AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Br the Ow^.l The final acceptances for the above im portant events were made on Thursday and 'the most notable withdrawals are Marvel for the sprint race and Elswick from the 2} mile event. Swordbearer was another that was looked upon as a likely starter, but he has been scratched for all engage ments. My final tips arc: — Newmarket Handicap — Fortuiiatus or I'arramatta 1, Hova 2, Lord Hopetoun 3. Australian Cup — *ternchaser or Portsea 1, Carnage 2, Patron 3. BKTTIKG. Betting has been very quiet during the week, the following being the principal wagers laid : — Doubles.— 500 to S Titan and Cirnage, 500 to 8 Fort limit uh and Portsea, r-00 to 10 Kortuualus and Carnage, 500 to 2} Uriffiuld and Sternchaser, 500 to 4 Driffield ami Carnage, 500 to 3 Liuburn and Carnage, 500 to 7 Lord Hoputouu aud Carnage, 5O0Ui6 J5 and Carnage, 500 to 5 J5 and Portsca, 500 to 5 Lord Hopetoun and Patron, 1 000 to 5 KortunatuB and Bisehoff, 1000 to 5 Lord Hopetoun and Bisoho...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS SILVER QUEEN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [Br Gnome.] SILVEU QUKKK MEETING. Shareholders in the Silver Queen mine ou more mature reflection are beginning to feel that in tbe heat of debate the weight of argument used by Mr. Taylor against the immediate adoption of the report and balance sheet was altogether lost sight of. The tliiu nkiuueil directors who followed Mr. Taylor at once ruaile the matter a personal one, and made an attack upon the latter that was sufficiently indecent and uncalled-for to wan-ant ihe protest made by some of the shareholders present. However, the element of anger had been introduced, and Mr. Taylor's fairly conducted criticism of the report and balance-sheet poetically remained unanswered and forgottcu. This was suf ficiently indicated by the discussion that followed the lame spec-lies of the directors referred to. Mr. Taylor called attention to the extraordinary fact that uo information was to be found in the directors' or miuing manager's reports as to the quantity of ore r...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

bill's Notions. I Bt Momus.] Dere Mr. Omitbr, — ' Life is mostly froth and bubble,' an i he late Gordon truly remarked, and wen he remarked it he must have had Iris prophetic eye on the done-Brown elections, cos one member lust through froth (best Cas cades), and the otlie;- has beooiu a political bubble, that is likely *o be squashed by the irrepre -able Tommey.. .But wen. the wind of event* blows through tbe lasmanian pipe, the hour in «k prolific of bubbles as the well knov.-u partnership of * kid — a lump of 6t)ip, a jug1, and a ch:\-. The best iuflarion being b return ;u officer (bill ees 'La's a leturnin offic r becos he re turn, pepils nominati- ns to them), who is so blowed out '?_?» ?;?- enteel gale of his owuconcoii. -, , Iche'ri «jbe 1 ArliaiQunt. Poile , ,? t tilings ilintr. -as unpleasant in ?? \e .mine as a hedgehog in a bed. T.iere's so many points to be ooneidere 1, and if you differ with the other 'Mtrtv vou are likely to sit on them before you can scream, 0 ! I'm h...

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Parliamentary Smoke [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

ik Pa|l iam|n|ary Bmo|cS Tuesday, bnsinraw was -tjrgvity extra con densed. Bird duly instaillBL^hc owl of the chair. ?-:? '''SRi On Wednesday the Terjkl*javens were in sympathy Jlfjth the sorrows fat the people, ?ndwe.pt tear* of joy thfttTftioianla'H chosen were going to' the incuh»Wn hall to hatch A tWW»R cluHfeijpf finpeial chicks to I cd Cfiefat men of SuT Ungland, and yet leave oiiMclviwi a duckling or two to stave off th-- winwr h «vun . wi^i*ij uiu cutwujip pw utwu i*. full band inimii-,' evidently proud of tin oc&irkti. The yellow oharitrt arriving, tho ?Trued 1 ?oked pi -ased. the Rky dried her eye*, nail Hit! b*iui Ktertedi-prayjng for -*ha good old lady of ancient 3rit»in. An adjourn mnnt.to the Council' hnll took place, and the dn\ rior being ' ft) goiid rdice intoned tho *|-e-ich in ft fln&*»M-pitobed to the *ey-of -ft good amen. Despite the eonoroiiR notes of the roadur the Bpe-ch was rather enjpty, nlthnugh 11 waB livened up wjt.li 6)innkH.'of tvood, a...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackended. NORMOYLE'S CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; tbe infinite hubbub unslickeaed. NORMOYLE'S CASE. During the week public feeling has been running very high in the in terests of the unfortunate Normoyle, who was duly arraigned on Tuesday for the murder of Knight, the seducer of his wife. The opinion was freely expressed that ' as it served Knight light ' the ends of justice ,would be served by a nominal term of im prisonment — in fact the jury ought to bring it in as a case of justifiable homicide. His Honor the Chief Jus tice appears to have placed himself in opposition to the popular sentiment in the interests of the eacredness of human life, and therefore summed up against the accused ; and the jury brought in a verdict of manslaughter. A sentence of two years' imprisonment was passed upon him the following day. Many consider the sentence un necessarily severe and already there is talk of petitioning for a mitigation of sentence. Everybody would prefer to forge...

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THE TURF. HOBART POLO CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

The Turf. HOBART POLO CLUB. The Hobart Polo Club held its annual carnival at Elwiok last Saturday, when everything passed off successfully. The programme opened with the Potato Race, which caused endless fun on account of some of the ponies being inclined to jib, and others making targets of the buckets, which caused their riders to dismount and readjust the tubers. Mr. Claud Clerk, tho secretary, had a lump up his sleeve, and won in the easiest possible manner. Mr. Clerk was about the best pleased man on the ground as he remarked ' It's the first race I've won for five years.' The tote paid three guineas. The second race, the Open Pony Handi cap, saw Mooney installed a firm favorite, while Vanessa and Cloth of Gold were i.ext in favor. ? The favorite was nowhere, but Vanessa justijied the confidence reposed in him by winning from Cloth of Gold and Valentine, who dead-heated for second place. The rider of Cloth of Gold left off riding nt a critical moment or he must have ?won.- Tote...

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GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. between the lines. Gentlemen All— [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. BETWEEN THK MNES. Gentlemen All, — 1. This is my first appearance. The Tassiee, I find, are not a bad sort when you get to know them. If let to do it, I am going to.do the right thing in the right way. 2. Those Members, re-elected, must be surprised (with me) at the renewed con fidence placed in them by electors, and many of those, new to the Assembly, must feel (with me) that their places could be filled with bBtter men tor the oolony. ' 3. Me and the other Govs., sent an invite to the Duke and Dnchess. We may have them later on, domestic affairs permitting, in tbe interests of the Exhibition Company. 4. Ministers have taken care to reduce expenditure, without injuring friends, and hope, by re-arranging offices, to provide for supporters. 6. I am concerned at so much distress, and my advisers are still endeavouring to think about it. 6. An agency to enable employers of labor to get work, on the cheap, has buen established. 7. Th- million ltan has been ft&...

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THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

THK GOVERNMENT SKIUMric ?ABUupPEn-Now that the m qu t able system 0' retrenchment a, regards ilc watfe-earuing portion of thi Government s r vice in in full Pwing, . an instance of how i hu Government is carrying out retrenchment in auother form would, I ihliik, not be out .if place. Some five years ago Mr. Bra-Mon, in the Hou«e, as Minister of Lan.ls in mcom. mcndlUl/ till! fllinlifinn nt « ? l .... ? . ment, said that - tt.''o«too 'm^uX nor ornamental.' and aceo.rlingly the ..,,' $?! SrTdVVa?a^'8Ue-1- 1»™5totaly«'ter Mr. Briddon's de|Wture the appointment «J was resuscitated, and has eoutiumS up lo the W present time. During last session, when the S Estimates were going through, seveml mom- W bers spoke strongly against the vote for this 3 partipular office, the result being that the ? item was postponed and eventually was ran 9 through at the tail end of the session by a fl thin House. Theseeretery to the Minister of fl Lauds receives a salary, I believe, of some 'm £235 per annu...

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EIGHT HOUR DAY. HOBART CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Eight Hour Day. HOBART CELEBRATIONS. Wrapped up in the national lifcofeveiy people are days of public celebration on which high holiday is kept, and true to this universal instinct labor claims one day in the year as its own, and under the title of Eipht Hour Day (he Austialian workmen delight to hold high carnival on almost medieval lines. The day is especially chosen to commemorate a victory in the long warfare of laburag.iinst ?apital,ii war that has been r-rried on with noi'u or less success and vigor by British voikers fr in the middle of the fourteenth sentury, the long campaign being opened by ,he Peasants' Revolt, when men claimed of he young King llichard II.. ' We will that ou free us for ever, UR and our lands ; and hat we be never named for Berfs.' The listory of that, revolt has been the hi tory of ivery revolt of labor since The laborer has )een put down by (be right of law and order, ?et crushed and beaten his power has been ult and reform ha-i from thence gone on and...

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WRESTLING [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

WRESTLING At the seven-slyle wrestling match, which took place on Monday evening last at the old Exhibition Building between Jack McKenny of Zeehan and Harry Peaice there was a very meagre attend ance. Ted Heighway acted as referee, which post he filled with much satisfac tion. Mr. G. W. Harhftr lairiiur p.li-ai.-m ^t the chronometer. Thu local man won the toss and chose Scotch style winning the bout after a 16min. struggle. McKenny tlion cliose Cornish -lyle, which ho won. 'J'hun i'earce secured three falls in succes sion — cnteii-as-catch-can. Ride hold and Graaico-lioman — thus winning the contest. It was a really genuine exhibition of wrestling, and the small audience appeared delighted. Tun question is being iiskwl in Sydney why i In; Suite doej uot run llio ferries (Muuuhillv as tliey duiuiiinl 1c;bs capital thai' the uiilwiiyii. Why r1 Vested interests again.

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OVERLOADED SHIPS. THE BARQUE WILD WAVE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Overloaded Ships. TIM-; HAHQUE WILD WAVE AGAIN. It will be fresh to the minds of our readers th t owing to the agitation raised by (he t.'Lll'PKU against overloaded ships leaving this port and the publication of the proceed ings in the Marine Hoard in reference to this subject, aud particularly lo correspondeuc ??? with t lie New Zealand authorities, which proceedings had been carefully suppressed by I he ihiilv mvss. a h allhiertone was imparted to the Marine Hoard, and il is pleasing to be able M record that Hie Harbor Master re mums alive to hif duty. Vesli rday week the barque Wild Wave was all reaily for sea, bound for Adelaide, and she hail evidently imagined that the lapse of lime would permit her owners in resume oh I prael ices ; but unexpectedly the Harbor MnnliT iippf rod ju-l when she was aboul t:- leave. '? :t in.. Saturday, Mid made lliis vessrl discharge i art of he deck cargo and leave lluuari in a respectable condition. The Wild Wave would undoubtedly have got mvay ...

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THE GAOL. THE INMATES OF THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. EIGHTY MEN IN A DORMITORY. HOW THEY MIGHT ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

The Gaol THE INMATES OF THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. EIGHT r MEN IN A DORMI TORY. HOW THEY MIGHT ESCAPE. [By Growi.ek.J The inhabitants of Hobart perhaps do not know what could, and what may, come to pass if a better system is not arrived at in Campbell-street. There is in one part of the enclosure a place which is called the House of Correction, in which about 80 to 100 men sleep in a large dormitory. These men are all under one roof and all free among themselves, guarded by one officer only, who is locked in, unarmed. I am going to show how an escape could be earned out by desperate men. What is to prevent the officer suddenly being over powered, the bell rung for the officer at the gate, who arrives unconscious of what awaits him. He is seized and his keys taken. The whole of the prisoners on that side might then walk out of the gates. There are two officers on duty at the gaol, and the prisoners are at night coutined in single cells, and therefore the warden) have no risk ; but what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

I NOTICES.^ le Omppeb is published every Saturday morn I . A. tpeoial edition i6 issued on Friday night lie North. , neOuFPEB is thoroughly iudapoudent. . It is Igod to no party. : lie CLirPBB hasfor its object the dissemination ?oueat political thought. lie Oupfgb oaters to supply racy and useful iu ?lation, ?dvertiseuients are inserted at moderate rates. Iwd&l terms for oontaict advertisements. ?be CfcippEB is ilie most papular nud widely, ?ulated paper in Hobart. It circulates right ?lUgh the island. It is therefore a moBt valuable' ?erttsing medium. ~ ? lontributions invited. Ill communications to be addroscd to the ?tor of The Clipper, 16 Elizabeth Street, Houart. Subscriptions : 2s. per half-year, payable in ad Ice. Country subscribers may forward payment ?tomps or postal notes. I BUCKLAND. Hr. H. CORAM bus been appo'uted AGENT I the Sale of The Clippeb. I WEST~COAST. Hr. McAETHUE is appointed by the proprie 1s as their COLLECTOE. Iu the course of a Kr days he will cal...

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THE ELECTION AT ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

THE ELECTION AT ZEEHAN. [By Talkeb.] The electors of the West Coast have gained a grand victory in sending back Mr. Urquhart (the chestnut filly us ho is styled) to Parliament as representative for Montagu with suoh a splendid majority, showing their appreciation of that gentle man and against the verdict by which he was unseated for Cumberland. The elec tion passed off in a most orderly manner, tro democrats rolling up to a man, and at ton,' who in the good days of Broken Hill mounted the pole to watch for the coming of the coach, mounted a ladder on this occasion, and notified all those that had a vote to record it at once, and so give TJrquhart the greatest victory obtained by a member in Tasmania. After a rough state of the poll was made known Mr. TJrquhart addressed a few words to the electors, in which he thanked them sin cerely for the appreciation shown to him, and that after the official poll was declared would address them more fully. During the evening some of the notable...

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FREE SPEECH. THE MINISTRY—THE PEOPLE'S VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

IfREE SPEE6H. MsE MINISTRY— THE PEOPLE'S ? VERDICT. I During December's general elec Bjus the great voice of the mass of le people rang out the death knell ? the DobBon Ministry, and their leasures were condemned as but Conservative truckling devoid of the Hncerity of conviction. Ministers ?spute this fact; but it is easily Eoven. The bulk of the population ? the colony, like that of our neigh ?ors, though to a lesser extent, is to K- JV.li 11 r] in tlio pitifK Til Holm l'l lloi ^Hsingle struight-out Ministerial sup ^Hoi'ter had a show, so unpopular is ^^?ie name of Dobsonia to the people. ^HVue, a quondam supporter. Mr. Crisp, ^H-as returned for North Hobart, ^Mirgely due to a certain kindly feelinp ^Hiat the workers have for that geutle ^Hian ; but primarily owing to the ^Hrorking vote being split into the ^Hpposing camps — St. Hill and Hall — ^^Btherwise a labor member wouid have ^Heen assuredly returned in Mr. Crisp's ^Hlace, and secondly, that hon. gentle ^^«an| gave the electo...

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