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FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

wwnm n WMfiroK.] m Last Sa&day ifch|j football Hn for 1898 was fjKMned, when^EaU. way and ^BbTofflcWubs met ffi^ltow rivalrv o#the »oiation q^P^aT EisdoB fteweaJiil being finofhjh- was a lard^athering|BStio.vers of th$ Mstime, who loft tho keenest interests the contJll VhBgmmf * m#MfeHanB one J|l was c^WW in m- fr#ball bii^aKd^ifdfe.tee8 ^ 7- tion is to De taken as a criterion JorttieJ season then ft should be a most successful one. The game was supposed to have com menced at 2.30, but it was some ton minutes later ere the Railway filed into Ifte fleld, led by their captain, A. Nichol son, Holebrook, with Charlie Eady at the head of affairs, following immediately. The spectators greeted both teams, and the latter having exchanged cheers play began,. . Railway having won the toss took advantage pf ihe slight breeze that vas blowing and~lricE:ed towards the'' southern goal. On opening- -the -red and blacks played rather loosely, albeit Bock was con ipieuouB, while Shea came In...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. (Continued from our last) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

[?] 1J1 r.flilH'- ,'ir, M1 y HI i' j^ Jl^'lll i 'll )if Twenty ¥6&rs Ago. '???? rBvi'Bsbafef.j'1';1^'1 \iw\ifGJntitweifr0mmumlafiid -i- --. ! r. | iAJ^hp.u^^ijrrf;leHiiep.lJir^na seetaed'' ifi *»ijoy! imenyjifebpif itmeg: rtgiiWjllp*' laifl ofinftie ^tllsiedf'Hiyjbb ^Hhtt] . Residents Ladjk.tn4{v gtren him BVf61i an awful ac spoilt pt thajpificviet of a l'nente of ,wyfA andT^JBTipidamj)— tbat 'He' 'tjbfadbi^ed -ii'JgrBat1iori'dt'of being at Port *jiMil irr^ 'dm-ing those mtothBV' ' ' ^l*Ebi ' pttiS^eot ! W \-ftV!$:!d iiif-6!Q ' M^' BeWMvi' ttatli^'l,tttit' 'be ' dottW'nofc^WeiJat Mgiit. '' &b'mt ko desjlerUib 'altt' Ue '? bebttbfe''Hlat W' ^Kite alfebtei-'to'«4iB; BMbtt'Emlalu-' iing -Ui^ taSd,1 'aAtt Su^ng1 ! fo1? ^3^8,],' ' and : ttft^r 'taWng' poWM ' lifV *lHi ' ^everaty others to his frfeHite1 in Hobai J, actaally made a pufttfeir re solve ip clear out andgd'tip'itH^i-iaud ^vith (.Be mailman thevfeir^'tiBiili^n'dfn seui6!in'flit(j}6siiJofif,'''r'. sJiufp6Be''i'b'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

MEETING FOB TBR jplrSMPJOYBD, ; And those tfhb 1^^ Jxelp thpm. - i ' ?: STAFFORD BIBD WU address the mesfcing tin ' Work for the ' ; Unemployed.' flis Worship the Mayor will take the ohair at 7.80 p.m. DISCUSSION JSVTTED. Intercolonial Ploughing Match. £ MEETING of all ttfose interested in an INTpftCOLOKfUL PLOUGH ING MAtOH will lie heia at the CLAS-SNCBHOa'BL.BBLl.BRIVB, on SATUBPAY, the 87* mutant, at 4 p.m. P. PBDDEE. May 12, 1893. ? SOUTHERN TASMitilAN JUNIOB FOOTBAI.L ABSOCTA'nON. Smoke Concert WiU be beld J-i HAOLEV'S BOOM on TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'c'or^, Under tVeai?nHee«of*l:eabove A«socit.'.icn SPLENDID PROGRAMME. Tickets, le., et the door, or from B', AUDLEYDAViS, Hon. Sec. To-Nlght. To-Night FINAL PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON. t Don't Mobs the Laat Opportunity of hearing * the Finert Production of *? The Pirates op Penzancb' Ever Given ra tbe Colony. Mounted on a scale of magnificence, sur passing all previous efforts. ?' Prices, 8s., 8s., 1b. , , Ticket holders admitted by...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

'fiMsfee^H:; ^'-Mobb wtreBchineafc,*nd: jee^itftjfflr tign.' 'This was the«ry with^btch ifchfe '^ittpAtt1 Ooi^inlb)it got boSBeib 40 '&'?.$?' ': yptf*™? ' i)ifo*»R. ? it wf^-ift, po^ulaf cry j. popular pejjhwuly Tfith tie general ta-vpayei-, who natu rally pietei-s Co Be-3 sometbing tOKen off sd/Heiiddjr, else's «alarjr Mitnertli'ati ejiffer a ¥$vr. eJftt^'^pouiids tb Ibe taken out of )jjs,oi-'n pocket. , Nor was tjiq cry pai'ticalarjy, nnpopulai1 even, vith ; those who wei'e lifaely to be afitected fey tlid Wtrtriclitoeiit policy yivi' TfnqBt of these jyer^, pati^Tdtfc'BWbugt.T^tt Bee that soipe sacrifice, was no,i?es§ftiyi,p.ud. to be willing XKunjike it. And, ge»e rallyj the jwHo^of ' tnore refcrenbh ment and1, less 'tJttti^P1*!' *?-* iippi'ovied by .P^lji^ent. yiiQ jiiieinbe^s o,f tiie la!tef,G^ieminenii ^hp.j(iad gone into Opposition: certainly declared veiry etoutly that though - tfae ' more ue trerichiaent ' itiiglit be itpp.rored, the ''less taiatioii*1 Wojitd' not s...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

Par Sydney (Direct) .I-.-mi.U!-. I,...-, -ii! |...v,. Hi. I ?-,!. . ? .,. ? -..i'l ,_,:{: ii!--ii ' ..i:-i-: tt-ti' ' ? .;.\ . ?'? . . ?? ? li'i id- Tm^XsTAND'eowE&ifuii , ? '.':'.. . :;!;r:^:f;:t#'^^,;:.:ir;;;.,v''v |$e£v^' JDuii^'-^rebt J^er, ijoljart, on ?;r;'!i -/Wrtib^. iotji jtr^y, ? ???_ ;? ?',; '; ''FAteE8^aioon,'tos.,Jfilstunili6s, ''''. Porecabin, 20s,, Return ,30s.' ' '. '?' TM EXPRESS PASSENfliSlj .?',?!?'. ??jPfflBp1;, Cli&XsfpWK,', CiilidtlKDBB, '' iMvofa ' tiauneestojn : 'Wh^rt , (avoiding ! ti& '?t^eeystfyortra^hifcaient) at 2.1$ $h., eftt'r':Wriv4.1 or Hdhitt Express Ti»fia 6nthB!foJlDWiiig'afyfii, ' ' ' '' . .' W^D^ESDiT,i3i:s|ti'iiii71 ' ' '''' .^QN^i^jStTiJuiie., ..? : i,,;.,;,: .. m .. ? .(:-#jbATi- S!th June, ??;??- ?:,? :vii. H .??.'??????? : ' ' ' ! liEABBS-r^aloon, iS5«s Betnnu^Os. . ; : Pore-Gabin, I5fe( Betuiiii 26a. :..,.; :? [liMJSqESTON AflEBTS! , '?'?' ' Tha ,Tju)tBanifln fWoolgrownre' Agency Co., :! .Limited.: (Offine on Wharf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

PREMIER I DRESSMAKING I Establishment. I ? I Noel White AND CO.'S § SPECIALTIES 1 for I AUTUMN . . I I and I WINTER I SEASON. 1 COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit I and in the latest style, in fj 30/' Homespuns, Meltons, 1 Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, 1 Poules, Beige, etc., etc. B Send for samples. m COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- 1 made, in any of following IE materials, Plain and Fancy B Navy and Blaek Serges, S : Bengalines, English and B 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diago: I Net cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon B Cloths, Cashmeres, Home- B spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, H etc., etc. fl A marvel for style and price. W Send for samples. g COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- 1 made Silkspot Cheviots, I Cotilles, Epingles, Croco- I dile and Flake effects in H Tweeds and Homespuns) I 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas, I Net cash Navy and Black Serges. H Best French Cashmeres in jjj all leading shades. All S - Wool Robing, German B Robes, embroidered, etc., il etc. Send for samples. 1 COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- I made V...

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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

MUSINGS. FBy Jacques.1 '-, The Hobavt Tramway Act, in giving the mode of foiuiation of tiam ways, Section !(., says :?-— ' The mil Bha'lbeoma level with the sui'ace of the i-oad. Tbe tramway fihall be cousinicted in the befit and most approved manner as to design, pjaterial, and workmanship to the featisfaction of the local authority.' * * ? i Owing Ito /tbe indifference, apathy, pr eometbing- worse, of the City JiHintfil, two worn-out M.L. Railway nils,1 have beea laid on cross sleepers, nfitead of one propei-ly gr*ooved rail m -longitudinal -sleepers, and. the. space between and -eighteen inches on iach side of the r»ils has been done n taixed macadam, instead oc being javed with\ Wood oc stone, which' i6 io'nfaidered the best manner. . ?;:? : *-. r -.# .-?_ # ; The di6gracefpl Way the rails are laid, led tb a public meeting being leld in September, 1891, the folio w- ng resolutions being put: — 1. That fn 'the bpiriibn of this meeting, the jrtisent ti-am lines laid down ; in the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

TOBp and^BrreasTOSHUi mu|! beW$p. Jillf imsiHBon. fl| KolSn? andflllfH. GSfflg? wof§| benffli in -«li$n witjBfters, Isl thelliJnngofSlkct. l»eMiJH gaaJli in twi^fcofjfflBfth mB HffiillrheelB W^ffiKMjMternmenn coa-m|»nd though thatvSfflffle would I proHmfy get on as well ijnfinit them I a liflKTgreasing is as ^Stable no douljtM them as those awSfrally do th£jA. The apparj|miect of &m$-f-mr reprasentegjPlBr have ifeo^nt^tional. gjjfrafc ? ? ? Of course, it's naughty, veryt naughty, for Ministers of the Crown to be making use of their position to ieaefit them8el¥*8,*nd -friends. :,.£jit,: .Ihen^ they all do It, have done it, and will . do it, until commonsense and public opinion »ha]l rise in its aygW and rule otherwise. *. -??*:? ?? ? : Hon. G. H. Grant figures largely in the tramway affaire. He was cdn suiting engineer under the ? company of 1888.. At the time the tratoway'; Syndicate received the rails from the M.L. Railway, he was the manager of i the railway company, and (...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

A meeting of delegates from several country racing clubs was held at the offices of the Belle vue Proprietary on Wednes day evening. It was decided to form a General Council, and each country club is to be asked to send a delegate. The Coun cil is for the purpose of protecting the country clubs and advancing their inte ests generally. The delegates will meet again on next Wednesday fortnight. The Belle Vue Proprietary will hold a pony, trot, and galloway tneetind on nest Wednesday fortnight. It is not the inten tion of the Proprietary to hold any more race meets until after the annual meeting of the T.R.C. to be held in July, when the rules will be overhauled. If some of the objectionable regulations are not removed by the big club there is likely to be some trouble. Petor Keating, who, it will be remem bered, got a heavy fail some months ago, and sustained concussion of the brain, was during last week removed from Dr. Fitz gerald's private hospital, and is now loca ted at Mrs Josep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

tlas, Sargeant, ' STOCK AND SHAEEBROKEB 'AMD COMMISSION A-JBNT, , desires to inform his town and country friends that lie has STARTED DOING BUSINESS as above and will be pleppedfco receive commissions. Address, HOB AST SrOCK EXCHANGE or 86 Murray street. A&FHED PEEEY, Forniture Broker, S\ Valuator, and Commission Agent. ' Address : Care Westbrook Bros., Collina-fet. TAMES I K I N7 J Fruit Merchant, Conuniesion Agent,' fcoc:, Loweb Elizabeth-steeet, . : T A P F I E L D , ? HOUSE, ESTATE, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, STOCK EXCHANGE, COLLINS-ST* Royal Aromatic Condition Food for HOESES, CATTLE, W)WLS, PIGS, &p. Secured an Award. Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. IN BAGS ONLY, 3s 6d. None Genuine without our Trade Markaad Title. Manufactured tyW. BOON & CO. 10 AEGYLE-STEEET, Hobart. Robert Jackson, THE PEOPLE'S LITERARY PABULUM and POCKET PEIEND, TS [STILL STUDYING HIS PEIENDS' INTEEESTS, IBOTH IN KEEPING THEM WELL INFOEMED WITH FULLEST SPOETING NEWS and supplyi...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

Music and the Stage. : [Bt Keino.] This week our local musical friends have not been backward in coming forward. Monday opened with an entertainment at the Tasmanian Hall, the proceeds in aid of the Presentation Convent Building Fund. The hall was crowded on account of the laudable object. Mr Val Vousden, the well-known mim'c md ventriloquist was rery successful in his contributions. A number of lady and gentlemen amateurs dndly volunteered their assistance, and .vent through their piogramme, ample as isual, to the evident satisfaction of every - jody. Tuesday 30th, Madame Luoien Henry lelivered at the Academy of Music a lec ture in French on Lafontaine, his life and ivorks, to a lavge audience, who, to all ap pearances listened with evident interest to lier pleasing and spirited remarks. Madame proposes to give the (English of them on Monday next, at the request of the stu ionts. A number of Mrs George Huston's friends jot up a concert for her benefit at the l'own Hall yesterday ev...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

Cycling Notes. [Bt Bike.] Cycling in Hobart at present is very dull, and unless something is done to liven it up, I am afraid it will go altogether. The Ramblers are pulling slowly through their financial difficulties, but it is doubtful whether they will ever be a prosperous club again, having lost too many members. The Hobart cyclists held a meeting on Monday evening at their room to consider the position of the club. The hon. sec. reported that they were losing money every week on the room, and that retrenchment must come in some shape or form. This club some few months back promised to be one of the most successful in Tasmania, but owing to the shortsighted policy of a certain clique of their members, they lost one of their head members, the result being an exodus of all the other old and staunch cycliflts who were in the club. Can anyone tell me whether Mr. ' Quod's ' little cluu scheme in the dark has been a success ? Cyclists will hear with interest that J. W. Keeling, the '5...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FLYING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

FLYING SHOTS. Raining ; no senior match. City wanted to play. Kingston beaten. The Junior Association should look out for good field umpires. Dick Rex is a beautiful kick. He should be in a senior toaui. Holebrook training hard. It should be a ffreat match to-dav. There is a split in the Railway camp, some talk of a new captain. City protesting against Markham and Langford. The permit committee refused Webb last year. The Junior Smoke Concert on Tuesday night a success. But there might have been more present. Roll up juniors. Harry Hadfield kept the house in roars of laughter, and did some clever dancing and conjuring. Jimmy Adkisson sang a Scotch sonar very nicely, and Messrs. Scruther, Pregnoll, and others, all helped to pass a pleasant time. What was wrong with the field umpire on the upper ground last Saturday ? Fitzroy and Horton College match spoilt through rain.

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INTERCOLONIAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

Intercolonial Ploughing Match. Last Saturday at Bellerive a well attended meeting took place to consider Mr. F. Pedder's proposal to hold an inter colonial ploughing match. Mr. Woollnough, member for the district, occupied the chair, and Mr. Feeder explained his views, and pointed out the many advantages arising from such competitions, skilful farming was encouraged, horses were well groomed, harness kept bright, and youths particu larly took a greater interest in their work. Farmers met together and discussed sub jects which were of interest, and the visiting competitors always had something toteaoh us. The desirability of holding such contests was warmly taken up by the various speakers, though some were of opinion that a local match should be held first Mr. J. W. H. Walch considered that it would not only advertise Tasmania, but would encourage settlement on the land. Mr. Cheek, a Northern representative, spoke highly of the advantages attending ploughing matches, and a traveller...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

Mining Notes and Tips [BT ' GrNOMB.'] , j Queen stooks have remained firm during the week and the new shaft on the lode known as the North East lode is lkely to be highly prodnctive, judging from the manager's report that massive galena has been passed through in cutting the plat lor opening out at a depth of 60ft. A new lode open on the road to Trial Harbor -hai proved to be 6ft. wide, and a splendid lode, t will practically open a third mine on the Queen property. The Queen undoubtedly boldi the Premier position on the Coast at the present time. Competent experts de ilave that in one *tope there ii an ore body which at JE8 per ton will yield X31.000 to the company. There will be a notable rise in tho value of this stock before the month Is out. Shares sold freely last night at 32s. It is b ' common cause of complaint in mining companies that managers are not more precise and comprehensive, in. tihe character of their telegiams. 'Massive' galena for example may mean a solid vein of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

j Ed.Mulcahy HAS OPENED. i;: 20 CASES S of IDT E3 W Winter Clothing and 10 CASES of the 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 i at 4 — / 80 Murray - street, I this being now I HIS SOLE ADDRESS. 1 ^ MEN'S SUITS, ? I MEN'S OVERCOATS, BOYS' SUITS, BOYS' OVERCOATS, 1 JUVENILE SUITS, JUVENILE OVERCOATS. THE BIGGEST STOCK IN THE ISLAND. 0 MURRAY -STREET IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY begs to inform his friends in Hobai't and throughout the Colony that, (having disposed of the whole of the 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 8 0 MURRAY- STREET, which will in future be his sole address. 1 In making the above announcement, Edward Mulcaht sincerely t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

' BitdjsrcHims- influenza, ? SOBE THROATS,'BiroV' ' , ' b? ote lite &_*-!. osO Ji' C:/.^:;^i^;:mttAt^ : ?'; ;i /. .v; .-,;-?;: - .'?H/.M,.!:! a!.;;''.,1''' ?. '''. !?}'. .,?„.-. ?..'?:' i!,',,- ,i, !, ... i. ':.;i ;-. . - ?: ?'? '. :; . n wo f t -? 'Bit n js W '; ' ':'. CARRAGHEEN '? ?? ? '' ? ?(begibtbeep); '.''?] ?? ?? , ,Ifc jp, the; 3^oBt,Eppftler*ndSjacoeBB' . fulriOough fixture in Pharmacy, and is everywhere reoommended fey the faculty. r_ . .,.,-,. ,{,:? i ? , It Soothes .the Jn^ined Membrane Breaks up Irritating 'Mucus, Allays Coughing, and Induoee Repose. ' ??- Ash, Family Sjtedicine ^blipuisehold - _ jfionU fcs wittHJiit it.Li. ,_-L '. '.-- -'-? ; ? Obtainable ^t all Ohemiete ia lfe.» 1b. 6d., and 2s. 6d. Bottles. I SOLE PROPRIETORS, \ Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTiS, Corner r i MURRAT AND COLLINS SfT$.i , _ HQfiART.. :. j' ESTABLISHED 1834. , 'The Clipper' THE BEST A*TD MOST NOVEL ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN TASMANIA. AGENTS WANTED EVERY WHERE. The Workers shoul...

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HOW FURS ARE BOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

How furs are Bought Every draper to-day sells furs, but probably comparatively few know anything further about them than their names and selling priogB, And yet London is the great skiftonavket of the world | for it is here that the products of the vast forests and river sides of Canada come to be sold in open competition. Here in London are bu.c i-uiuucB iri. luo wdii-iuiuwu Hudson Bay Company, whose out lying stations in British North America collect yearly thousands pf beavers, martens, musquash, otters, etc. Here, too, Russia sends her sables and wolves ; Australia, her rabbits ; India, her lions, tigers, leopards, and wild cats ; Greenland, Alaska, and the Bearing Sea, and Newfoundland, their seals and white ooate ; while from the almost unex plored districts of Easfyjpn and Central Asia, Thibet, Mongolia, China, etc., come sheep and lambs, goat and kid, and other skins in large and eyer increaeing quantities, ^he present is an anxious time with pkin-buyers, for March te one of...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

eLASKEI^Y ' Bat etill his tongue ran on, And, with it* everlasting clack, Set all men'e ears upon the rack.' — Hcdibbis. MisEsrs. Davies and Millidge have joined the route of other distinguished colonial travellers, aud yet we wonder at our credit being bad. Victoeia used to think she could teach Tasmania, but her Attorney-GeueraHs not above lonowng oar Daa e^ampw i'i me matter of bank piosecutions. Tbup.e is a ttoe saying, ?' Life is a comedy to those who think, and a tcagedy to ttnise who feel.' 'We oolos'als ca? cap that wise saw, with ' Justice is a farce to ? the well connected, and a tragedy to the poor and friendless.' In Melbourne a firm of warehousemen re cently toek the law into ir,s own bands, locking up one of the clerks who was wrong in his accounts, foe five days in the strong room, until his friends made up the defi ciency. Ne.vt year nine B'suops and a whole flock ofyavsonsat'e iov:s'it us. Dining their, passage across tie S- iV.( s, probably Wiag j. of Queensland. w...

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MILLER V. CLIFFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

MILLER V. CLIFFORD. Harry Miller, 'of Hdbart, and W. Clifford, of Melbourne, boxed four rounds at the Hobart Athletic Club room on Monday evening last. The V ictorian Lad all the best of the gb, and In tlie fourtij round punished His opponent preny severely. The re feree awarded the match to Clifford. Baxter and Welsh will box a limited number of rounds oh Monday evening next. '??.'-.' : ?'':??['

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