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T.R.C. WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

T.R.C. WEICHT I, The following weights have been eclarod for the autumn meet of the aboi o club which is to take place at Elwick 01 Satur day, April 15 : — Hunni.E Eaob— Hauiicap of 83«ora. 1 eeoni SSOgorf . (roniutake. About one mile and a ha . st. lb. «t. lb. Kimberley 10 12 Blackthorn ... 9 5 KailKaroo ? 10 10 Qailp ? B 2 Jaek-iuGreeu ... 10 0 Valour ? 8 0 Sirius 9 9 Vanessa ? 9 0 Leo '. ? 9 7 Autumn Handicap— Of 120sovs. -, secot \ 2Jsovu. from Rtakc. Ouo mile and a quartW and a distauce. If . ,, ?: st.lb. |j 8t.lb. \ Bustic 9 9 Silvercord U. 7 12 l'iiuliuc . ... S 2 BedBovor II.. 7 9 Uischofl ? « 0 Eingarooma JJ-. 7 5 Dick Ttirniu ... 8 10 Darnley ... I... 6 12 Dnudos ? 8 S Taurauga .. I ? SrAF.rLKCHABE HaNDICAP-CM 89sOV6.; dfOOBd 10 govs from stake. About two miles. I st. lb. I «t. lb. Ouidii , .. 12 10 Sylvester... ?'... 9 9 Duoloi) ... 11 0 Brown Eagle ... B 7 Leo 10 7 ThcClowu I ... 0 7 Settling Day 10 5 Merriman j ... 9 7 FiyiKu Hamdicap— Of 40sov6. Siiafiirlongs. 6t.lb. 1...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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ANNUAL BOARED RACE NORTH V. SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

AiWLyARESiftCE i'^rgw^V. sout^. J OmSafeirday.iAj»$l 1. &« -SP4.an^fl cou-#t took place ^n tho Dl^^}V l7?e watft*was niostlfeirourablo, d^^feing the soul! a11? row#, v?4bout BOffipBding a BprhMiuK of (kgfhlr.pox, leftpi?jTOftvl: *° J foj@^*ho «%l»#0.Si^fel^'tba delay was occasioned by the non-arrival of tho Bosult, with the rival crows, some of the sightseers becoming impatient, think- ! ing of a spoilt dinner waiting for their return. Tho little steamer making its appearance quickly landed the men, 'who lost no time in getting into their boats. Tho northern representatives being first on the water indulged in a preliminary Bpurt, whilst' the southerners contented thorn selves with i-pwing straight to the starting point: -? Tljet»urse was .from EiBdon*|orry to off'tnb Cattle Jetty— sligKtly uuder throe miles. The^crews being brought to gether no time was lost in sending them away to a first-class start. Launceston led for the first half-mile, rowing at 42 to the minute, Hoba...

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CRICKET. NORTH V. SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

CRICKET. N0KTH V. SOUTH. The cricket match North v. South was played at Launcesten on Easter Satur iay aud Monday, and resulted in a victory for the Southern playoi-s by an innings and 27 runs. The score of the Southerners was remarkable for the colosBai number put together by C. J. Eady, who ran up 187 be fore he was stumped by Wall. Maxwell was next, with 2o runs. For the local team C. W. EocU, 2S, aud A. Douglas, 20, were the principal contributors in the first innings, while in their second effort A. Douglas, 51, W. H. Savigny, 30, were con spicuous. Tom Kendall proved the de stroying angel with tlie leather, and in tho first innings secured six wickets at a cost of 39 runs. Following are the scores : — S0UTHKBN TASMANIA. Fiml liiuiuRB. G. Gatehouse, lliw, E. A. Windsor ? 18 C. Eady, Ht Wull, )j J. S. Clemous ? 187 K. E. Biuu. h N. V. Koek . .. ?? 5 C W Butler, c Wall, 1-U. Wilson ? 17 E. Maxwell. 1-E. A. Windsor ... ... 25 T. Byan, b K. Wiudsor ? 0 S Howe, run oul ... . . ??? *...

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T.T.C. ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

T.T.C. ENTRIES. The following entries for the autumn mooting of the T.T.C. have been received Ijy the secivUtry : — Tbiai. Stakes— Of 2'jsovs. For all Uorses that Inive not nou f_'O or over. Distance, once round. Special weipbts. Marjory Ijouise Eayuiond l'auraui;a Belladonun MurIi Knflcld KauRaroo II. Waxworks Muuic Coleraine Fatisiferu Hakiiicap IlumiLi: Hack- -Of 50sovs. ; rocohiI borse JOsm-e. from the sbiko. Uistauce, nlwnt 2j niilov Mount Lyell All Fours Blackthornc Sirius T-eo Kaniravoo II. East Coast Kimberley Ardee Autvux H*uincAr-O[ S03ove. ; saomd horse IOsovb. from the stalic. Distance, li miles. Lunrol Irtrd C. Scott Petrarch liustic Biid Hover Wliito Rose Green Isle Sweet Simplicity Dunedin Nalticr }-nuline Biscliofl Dundas Silvercord Hick Turpin Nppean STEBi-LEOiiBE Hakdicat— Of 80sovs., second horse IOsovb, from the stake. Distance, about 2| miles. Sylvester All Fours I.eo On Id a Reeling Day Unulo]) Cyclops The Clown Au.Aur.n llAKincAF-Of i-)m\n. ; seeoni horse, 5ao...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIRE BRIGADES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

The Rre Bricaoes, A fire brigade demonstration took place it Launceston on Easter Monday, Hallarat, Hobart, and Launceston teams competing, following events were run off : — Hobo Practice for eight men. — Launces- Lon, 30 3-5th sec. 1 ; Hobart, 41sec., 2 ; BalLirat City, 44soc., 3. Hose Practice for six men. — Ballarat City, 35soc, 1 ; Launceston, 40sec., 2 ; HoWt, 4Ssoc., 3. Hose Practice for four men. — Ballarat City (No. 1 team), 24see., 1 ; Ballarat City (No. 2 team), 24 2-5th sec, 2 ; Hobart (No. 1 team), 24 4-f-th sec., 3. Launcoston (Ko. 1 team), 29sec, Hobart (No. 2 team), 48 l-i-th sec, and Launceston (No. 2 texui), 31sec, also competed. Hose and Ladder Kace. — Ballarat City, 32boc, 1 ; Launceston, 33sec, 2 ; Hobart, 41 2-5th sec, 3. Ladder Eiice for two men. — Ballarat City, 17 3-5th sue. and miss, 1 ; Launces ton, 17 4-5th sec. and 23soo., 2 ; Hobart, L'2 l-5t)i sec. and 24 l-5th sec, 3. Y Coupling Practice.— Ballai-at City, 41 l-.jth sec, 1 ; Hobart, 47sec, 2 ; Launcesto...

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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

FREE SPEE6H. The Labor Party of New South Wales has been greatly taken to task by all classes of the community for its seeming want of cohesion and lack of usefulness. The capita listic section of the Press has notori ously been loud in their clamors against them, and such accusations as to the labor members being frightened to face their constituents and being bought by the . Dibbs Government are of daily occurrence in their columns, The fact is as should be patent to all thinking men, that the labor members prefer to exercise their influence for the good of the classes sub rosa, and in doing so they are acting wisely, for if they adopted acrimonious and turbu lent measures the same press would only be the better pleased, and they would then be blamed for frustrating useful legislation, and all the depres sion would be laid at their door. The Labor Party is undoubtedly in _a peculiar position and fortunately know it, and so have wi»ly mMb-1m- their minds that the be^^ajfjj|f| take ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

IF YOU LIKE MICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR 1 N t LSON 4iS\ _A|VARDED m M0Rk Jk ?????? && M n AT t&c CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHI WA& CEYLON TEAS 1 PROCURABLE ? j ' The Clipper ' had a splendidi sale last week. (\ Py Y pJBiis6l3ss JNbiicBs.n -n ; I ??I'd have you Iji^y ran ct; sell bo.' ? ' They ihrona wHo «hWl'buy rirot,' ? ? ir-nffr'« Title. ? Royal Aromatic I Condition Food 1 ;.for-,- -.:-:!. :-??'. ? HORSES, CATTLE, FOWLB, PIGS, &c, I Sacuredan Award Melbourne Exhibition, B 1886. ' I IN BAGS ONLY, !3s fld. ff }fone Genuine without our Trade Markind § Title. Manufactured by W. BOON 4OO. 1 10 ARGYXE-STEEET, Hobart. I T. Appleby, I 2 and 3 STALLS, NEW MABKET, ? and I 104i and 327 Elizabeth-street, I supplies the masses with B BEEF and MUTTON 1 at I Prices that Salt them, | as shown by the amount of ? PATBONAGE bestowed upon him. ? 600 Sheep and Lambs, 20 Bullocks, 40 ^ Pigs,. and 5 Calves N MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK. | M'Loughltn, I ...

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SIR CHAS. LILLEY TO THE FRONT. SOME OF HIS OPINIONS. WELL-PAID WORKMEN FOUNDATION NATIONAL LIFE AND PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

Sir Chas. Lilley TO The front. SOME OF HIS OPINIONS. WELL-PAID WORKMEN FOUNDATION NATIONAL LIFE AND PROSPERITY. On the great labor questions he always had held that well paid working men are, both in production and manufactures, necessary to a sure and happy foundation of national life and prosperity. He be lieved public works should be carried out by co-operation — in grazing, farming, min ing, and other forms of production and dis tribution. He will vote for electoral re form to improve the ballot system, and to remove restriction in the choice of repre sentatives, including the abolition of the money deposit and the system of nominat ing candidates, as men should be allowed to nominate themselves. He believes in man hood suffrage and one man one vote, which is at the base of federation. Women's suffrage is in the future. He believes in it. He believes in conciliation and the arbitration of disputes botween capital and labor. The country requires a closer hind settlement, and the ...

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THE HULL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

THE UVhh STRIKE, The cable has been at work all the week on the Hull strike, which appears to have taken serious turns. On the 7th April the strike extended into a general maritime one, the trade of the port being entirely suspended. Strikers made strong hostile demonstrations against the ' blacklegs,' and the offices which the employers opened for the engagement of non-unioniBte have 'been wrecked. They were repulsed at the point of the bayonet by the police at an attack made upon men who were engaged discharging eteamera in the pore. The unionists on the 9th were trying to spread the strike to all British ports. Mr. Josh. Wilson, Labor M.P., considers it a glorious chance to Bet all the seamen's, miners,' and dockyard laborers' unions aflame, and has asked Mr. H. Asquith, Home Secretary, to disarm non-unionistB, they laving repelled an attack made upon them at Hull by re volvers. On the 12th the strikers were re foorted to be working alongside free laborers.

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LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

;';BfiOi»Er i The great, labor carnival -of the eight hour wovomeut m -V*f taru, takes i-hfio in Melbourne, .-m *-iw-. Apjil £1. . Tfee Sboarers1 JJnion, and ? Gt-nM-ral..IiabojW8' Union (will, it jsoepppt^d, furnish ^lie prin ?cipil featunopf thja.year^ prpcewon.' .The,,, .former mu display; a beautiful banner, pre ?eouting a view of a shearing shed in work, .supported ft. tufi sfde by figures depicting, i Justice and Progress. The spectators, jjrijl Also be afforded an opportjunity during the tuarcli of witjiBftsinkr a ^ew of ' fehearors lit wort, as a ldriy will b^ specially fitted up for the purpose of illustrating the sheep eheartngproce^s. The labprers will shoul der tho WorHngihon'« Ctobs, which had its initial display at Sydney during the great maritime -strike. -..-?. '.?-?, The Victorian Cabinet are engaged on a scheme to *' retrench.' the' educational de-' partmfiut of that colony. JBy diBpensing with the unclassified teachers alorib it is estimated that the expenditure w...

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OUR NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

OUR NOTICES. Plaister wants money. He is going to give away his goods at his first sale.. Find out his place of busi ness. Beef and mutton. Yes, plenty of it at prices to suit the times,, at Appleby's shops. People, don't make a mistake. Edward Muloahy has not gone out of business. He still runs the clothing in Murray-street. Good natured man . that he is, E.M. requests you tp give the new film in his old Liverpool street 6hop a share of your patron age. Flaws and Williams, two pushing young men, full of business, able to supply the ladies with their hearts' desires. Find them in Liverpool street— late J. White's. ' The Emporium. Well known and old established. W-onderf ul value in winter dresses. Noel White and Co. are old friends to Hobartonians. ? Don't be taken in by travelling strangers. J. HalL of Elizabeth-street, is just as well able to give you the wonderful electrical current. He knows his business and does not charge fancy prices. Ladies, after you have finished your shop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

TPREMfmi r I DRESSMAKING I Establishment. ? m Noel White! AND CO.'S m SPECIALTIES 1 for I AUTUMN M and S WINTER I SEASON. I COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit ? suid in the latest style, in S 3O/' Homespuns, Meltons, ? Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, I Foules, Beige, etc., etc. fl Send for samples. S COSTUME COMPLETE,, ta^ot- I made, in any of following fl materials, Plain and Fancy H Navy and Blaek Serges, fl Beugalines, English and B 39/6 Sc'tcl- Tweeds, Wool Diago- I Net cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon fl Cloths, Cashmeres, Home- fl spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, H etc., etc. H A marvel for style and price. ^| Send for samples. - ~ §H COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- 9 made Silkspot Cheviots*; fl Cotilles, Epiugles, Croco- 9 dilc and Flake effects in H Tweeds and Homespuns, I 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas, fl Net cash. Navy and Black Serges, fl Best French Cashmeres in fl all leading shades. AH I Wool Robing, German ? Robes, embroidered, etc., fl etc. Send for samples. H COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- I m...

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BELLEVUE PROPRIETARY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

BELLE VUE PRGPRIETAJIY RACING CLUB. The programme for the meeting of the above club, to be held on Satur day, April 29, appears in our adver tising columns. A liberal bill; of fare has been provided by- the Proprietaiy, and as these meets are increasing in popularity there is every likelihood of the forthcoming gathering being even more successful than its pre decessors. Nominations close with the secretary, Mr, Alf. Jj. Webb, at 34 Elizabeth-street on Wednesday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

Ed/Murcahy 4w is§t Has openep. ? ? - JIM) CAgSjjjS of 3-t B 'W Winter Clothing and 10 CASES of the L AT BST 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 THE ISLAND. 80 MURRAY - STREET. IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY begs to inform his friends in Hobart ana 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 80 MU ERA Y - STREET, which will in future be his sole address. In making the above announcement, Edward Mulcahy sincerely thanks the...

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BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

BETTING. Excepting in doubles there is little doing in the betting market, Bischoff being nominally favorite for the' Handioap. ' ; '

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LATE FATAL GLOVE CONTEST IN SYDNEY. OPINION OF THE JUDGE ON GLOVE FIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

Late Fatal Clove Contest in Sydney. OPINION OP THE JUDGE ON GLOVE FIGHTS. In sentencing the accused recently found guilty in Sydney of the manslaughter of James Joseph Lewis, who died from the effects of injuries he received in a glove contest. His Honor Mr. Justice Manning Baid there could be no doubt that glove contests, harmless in themselves to a great extent, might degenerate into very dis graceful proceedings. Boxing as a manly art should be encouraged, but when it de generated into a disgraceful exhibition where people went simply to see men pounding one another it must be put down. It appeared to him that, in that case, the law had been very slightly transgressed. The contest had been fought fairly, the police had seen no reasan to interfere, and at the end neither party appeared to be particularly distressed. Although he would deal lightly with them, it did not follow that very serious notice would not be taken by the law of other cases of that nature. They all looked respe...

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ANTICIPATIONS. [By " THE OWL.") [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

ANTICIPATIONS. [By ' The Owi,.'] The events to be ran at the T.R.C. Autumn Meet to-day are causing some interest in racing circles, and it is with a degree of diffidence that J indulge in a little anticipation on the various races. For the Trial Stakes I fancy Harefield, with Coleiwne next best. The Hurdle Race is likely to be fought out between the two top weights, but I like Kiiuberley's chance. The Autumn Handicap is likely to be one of the most open races ever cputested in (Southern Tasmania, but I think Bischoff will catch the judge's eye iirst, with 'Pauline in close attendance. 'The toj) weight Rustic will probably run into a place. The Steeplechase should be appropriated by Leo, with a ' stand-up.' Should Leo fail to negotiate the fences I . think SettlingDay will about win.1 The Flying Handicap will probably fall to Rapidiire or Zarina. lly con frere, ' The Prophet,' has something to say below. The various races will p obably result as follows : — TRIAT, STAKES. HAREFIELD ?...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

-#^kWy. W^k- IIMut atffl bis «W|ni on, *tf l^affll artBi it* everlMtifflttak, Pisr IK HnDIMABi.' 'The flttfe-ER' pro||ltself a five journal l*ltijturday, HUgl consequMce W asnUHa sole. WtikieXL OuaSsrB come coJpS&ations #T%-Pers. f«p$e like themioi^ ' besM^p jfi|«gi owing to the conduct of an official who poB seBSes a temper. ?''??? Eepobt says that the employees at the Theatre Royal have been 'retrenched,' the ushers worJung nightly for a mere pittance. The long 'waits 'between the acts are rather- suggestive of economy. In justice to Mi-. Leitch it is but fair to state that he is not responsible. Iprjhis state of things. The Octopus Monopoly are though. :The Premier, during the recent tour, spoke of 'his' Government. Not bad for him, and no doubt expressed Mb feelings, but what would Her Gracious Majesty say if she heard of it f The old 'log roller' was in force at Mugliston's meeting, and wanted to know if the candidate owned a bit of land in the Borell district. No doubt...

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PROBABLE STARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

PROBABLE STARTERS. The following are the probable starters for the events named : — trial stakes— One mile. Marc Antony Taoranga ' Coleraiue Horefleld Quiokfire Music Hubble Back— Handicap of SOsova. j second SOsovg. from stake. About one inile and a half. Bt. lb. St. 1b. Kimberley ... 10 12 Blackthorn ... fl 5 Kangaroo ? 10 ID Quilp ? 9 2 Sirius ? 9 9 Valour ? 9 0 AcTtJMN H»kdic*p— Of IMbovb. ; second 20sovs. from stake. One mile and a qnarter and a distance. st. lb. et. lb. Rustic ? 9 9 BedBover ... 7 9 Pauline ? 9 2 Bingaroonra ... 7 6 Bischoff ? 0 0 Darnley ? 6 12 DickTurpin ... 8 10 Steeplechase Handicap— -H 80sovs. j second 10 sots, from stake. About two miles. st. lb. . st. lb. Leo ? '.. 10 7 Brown Eagle ... 9 7 SettlingDay ... 10 5 TheClown ... « 7 Sylvester ? 9 9 Merriman ... 9 7 Flyiko Handicap— Of 40sots. Six furlongs. st. lb. Bt. lb. Hamilton ? 6 7 Tennyson ? 7 II Bapidfire ? 6 5 Zarina ? 7 3 Bingarooma ... 8 5 Acushla ? 6 7

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DONCASTER HANDICAP. A SPLENDID RACE[?] CREMORNE'S SENSATIONAL WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 April 1893

DoimwANiMp. A S£6UNfHI-- RACHlIil^S IF Wt 111 CEEMOffNE'£|l&ENSATB§||AL I iSf- §1 Whffil splendjliip that wifllfi the Don(^P.HandiM^he ^^/^^R/' in line. The colors ofVemoTErymas, Pliaramond, Little Bemie, and Hero were prominent at the start, and when thoy were fairly going Elymas had a slight advantage. Kookaburra, Alexander, Moss Bobs, Brockleigh, Morris, and KUujpio were all well up, with Cremorne in the bunch, but going well. The light was very bad now, and distinguishing the colors was dif fioult, but the dark jacket of Hero couldbe seen close handy to the black and scarlet of Elymae.jmd Pharaniond's peculiar white markings could be seen. Moss j£ose had command about four furlongs from home, with Hero in close attendance. Moss Kose was first round the bend, with Kookaburra and Hero, the colors of Alexander showing well, and then came Buskinite, Brockleigh, and Pharamond. Once fairly in the line for home Moss Rose shot her bolt, and Kookaburra gave way to Hero, who had A...

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