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V.R.C GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE & STEEPLE THE HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

JURDLtMTEEPLE. '??';:T - ^..'tdr^BB^wtv'] ..: r . ?? ???'?: '!-??': THE OUED&B. ??-. ? ?? ? ?; ? With one or two exceptions the principal candidates for the -3raiid Naftonal Hurdle Eace hayopiid up. The top weight,,Jled leap, has aooeptaa.and 'should he go to the post fit ani well, 1 fancy his chance second to B)i \ ii j'ke tace. Merrygdl has his full -fhawmfjveighij, but stilll.thinV' we' have?h4wlly^eeb ;Ae ta&t*of Mm yet. ; Satyr was fancied very mudh 'for this l-acfl last year;«nd shbUld they ;h»Ve him fit he IFire King should run a good horse, al though X think he has his lull complement of weight. Knight of. flari,«r.;I Aon'i aike,. afld f think Busaqo wjll towserved for the !Steeplo. Pro Consul should run a good .horsn, but i'yP-Swimeller u jui -wicortaui brute, andl6r(Mi«'l:=wUl faOt«eb»nd him. .Freedom has lieanin'tho back ground for some tirao, land ehbuld this be his mission he will run a g*od Horse. Stamboul I ddnt like in tiie company be-williiavB to mis...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

IotbvNoW ^[B»UCK.] H RailwajMla^^ftbrook mBMM second tinVthis s^Hn on SatuiHHasFat] Eisdol b* owinMBthe wretclflKate of the «ither, theHBndance ofl^toublic was iflitod. A nflnUnezUng^B|ell all the J^fcrnoon, iJW| it veryj|E5&sant for ^^Kayers anO^Bpmfort^^^ft the I oni^H. NiohB^Bp Eaifflramper, I wj^MLsju^^WfciJHllHhdJ ttteTifflnern^ai^^WMninT™muEeTroin| the start Mackey scored a goal for Hole brook. Directly afterwards Bailway had a chance, but Langworthy mulled the kick, a behind only resulting. The play was then brought in the vicinity of Holebrook*s Bailway's first goal. After some good play, in which Holebrook were kept on the defensive, E. Langford registered the whilst J. Donnellan-was instrumental in hoisting No. Z, for the red and blues, the BOdre 'standing1 at half-time :— Bailway, 4,3.; Holobrook, B.-: In the third quarter Shoa Jacked HolebnoQk's {third goal, Sibley and Jones 1eaoh...8C9ring' tpr tfre red and blacks. At three quarter time the scores wettl:^^way;i)...

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MUNICIPAL CLACKS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

:? .7!J*. u Jill i.j jJBfi vv ?? Municipal Clacks. The City Council assembled on Monday afternoon last^ Vfheil flUj tie ymfiBlbere put in an appearance. Although 'the hour npp(tint^^i-y'jftwviito^Mwmiiffniwtfwtoiiiuiu iu] 4 p.m., it was fully 4.16 before His Worship ascended the throne. , 'After, tiieiDawn Clerk had rattled off .the, minutes of .the previous meeting' ' wbrfe ^irbee'edeii ' merrily.' A deal of timelwas toasted iin idiscusBing whether a Mr. Alfred ^tpvenBonisUould be allowed to jerept;abuildmg. near, the Via-. Lorm,i^iKi«. xu U1MI.1IU5C (xinirayenifioii 01 me Building Act. 'As' th'e: 'chairman of tte Public Works Conimlttbe pointed «ut they' could not go- behind the Aot, andtherewae therefore no option but to (refuse. It seoms astoundmg that, pertain, ,ajderme.n will persist ' in their '?/endeavors to ? break through ttieprovifeionsof the Btufdtttg'Adt! The Police 'Committee reported agiiust the acceptaaoe of nany 'tenders for police clothing, but thqughtitliat {tende...

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FLYING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

PLTING SHOTS. Wet weather Tiut a good game. Oh, what a snrpriso ! Six to three. ' Look out, City ; we're going top/' said a Bailway man. ' . Langworthy followed in great style. Billy Abbott played a great game back. Cook in the centre kept Jack Book busy. George M'Oinniss, the old City follower, has joined. the army of Benedicts. A now barracker turned un — the waddinir barraeker. He would rather shako hands than be turned out. What, Tug. Eady played a splendid game ; the best of the forty. Willing and Shea worked hard, and Howe and Clarke did some fast running. Vimpany kicked two splendid goals and hit the post. Langford played a fine game but was inclined to hold the ball too long. Humphries was Holobrook's weak man. Hehir kept on going in the ruck and did a lot of .useful work. Umpire Johnston was fast and impartial. Casey hit the poBt and was as tricky as ever. Jones played a great game and is a promising player. Langworthy played so hard that he broke the ball. Nicholson showed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 June 1893

Are the pM$^peojile'^ho sell. ,. ., , , THE- 'itiABQaKW.'- 'KID''- -GrLOm iPitCiB ^7 i± PER pilB. , Evbrt Pajb (JnwiMrrBBD Bowp.\ ?,.?.! -..'I j,-.. .!??.-:. - .?..!?..'..- : ? !. .M!. .ii -'-.K-u-'i _ . . It h*b Ho Xtyal in js&nMfafci»^ no 8 36 8T9-so5I .1 .M Everjr-Lrftlv1 w^b elffi&^'BmWW #ears - this Glove is delighted with it. ?r i'.-i;r.iTP. ev.u.i*'1) ?'*' v/.:.i;r.ii.'. Til tHt'li EVER*;! ;^$'/#tf Afy'^EEp. ? '?' Prims 4a.' lit*. Peb Paib.' ' :j .-.I ?? ? 1 I--: ;\ : -.-.. ?,..,..!.?! ?:-. .ii-./: ????'?? :?': Are becoming1 Notorious for the Good Value'' ;?;.;.? \^- #?#%£?$ $¥,?'- I';.; l^DTa.^J^dief'^styphickOottonJHose, extra fashioned, high spliced, heels,. toes- and ankles, Nbw Clean Goods, 10|d., ib,.^.^.^*.- .. .? . ..'? ;'.; '., ' .?.?(.[ vi '????!?: . ?». .-???? *»:? ..:!?:??? ''- Ladies*. Black and Navy Oaahmere/foll fashioned, sound, heavy roliaWe goods, at Is. 6id., Is. lid.', 2s. $&., 2s. 6i, 2s, 9d. Flaws & Williams, 123 lil^'BRPO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

IF YOU LIKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR I NELSON M /WARDED ML M J* Jk^WH ® 8D M D ATC&C CELEBRATEDScTHE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA& CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

i €ook-B«JhBmhefe * v ELi^ite»gis*fiSfiT;:'feAiT'. l , .Building Allotments at New Town, also at the new marine suburb of Beltana! g^f ? Wh'fiWblf *y *onjdy. inS?; i Cottages and Villas in New Town, Glen orchy. BeUana Mary-sfeaet, Burnett street, WasUington-Btreet, Quarrv-ah***t Bathui^Bte^finaif^^l^?^.*1^^ . iFaxTJS ?UOn- Gleao«*y, Sorell, and R. J. Ro^iCESoH ' REAL ESTATE AGENTS, MUEEAT AND COLLINS STEEET8 ;.???:: '??'?' '.'HtoMteT^ ???'? ??';''.?. PRQEEBTIES FOE SALE, . ' V.B.C; ^E6PEEtIESTGHJIDE;''iMuo4 gratis, may bo obtained on, .application at thep-^SceB,^£er^Jtunug- aoJt^Qom^g Streets. ' ' ? —.-.... Tho entire management of Estates, and Collection of 'Hants in Town '*r Country undertaken. Statements rendered monthly, quarterly, or half-yearly, according to in structions. CENTEAX PEOPEETy EXCHANGE. [Established 1871 — 22 Tea.es] G' ASiENOQTE FOE SALE, very chea© 4-man power. Apply Paton and O'Brien, Clipper office. ? Geo. L. Nettl£fold 'Wishes to inform his friends and the pu...

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THE RAMBLINGS OF UNCLE WILLIAM. No. 3. PODKIN'S ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

The Ramblimgs of Uncle William. [Written Expressly for The Clipper.] No. 3. PODKLN'S ADVERTISEMENT. When my uncle had concluded his narrative he paused to wipe away a few tears that trickled down his weather-beaten countenance. Having erased these tributes to the memory of the unfortunate Podkin, he launched into a further description of that wonderful individual's inventive ability :— 1 remember one time Podkin was not to be seen during a whole week, and when at last I got a sight of him his face was pale and worn, and his eyes spatkled with an unusual bright ness. ' I've done it at last, William,' he remarked. ' Done what ? ' ' Didn't I tell you P ' said he. ' Wait until to-night and you shall behold a miracle; by to-morrow evening every paper in the States will be narrating the most wonderful phenomenon that has occurred since Constantino beheld the cross in the sky, and I, Podkin, will be the cause and object of this discussion.' I knew Podkin was clever — in fact confoundedly c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

PREMIER I DRESSMAKING 1 3a Establishment. ? ? I Noel White! AND CO.'S 9 SPECIALTIES I for 9 AUTUMN 9 and BS WINTER B SEASON. 9 COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit 9 and in the latest style, in 53 30A Homespuns, Meltons, 9 Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, 9 Foules, Beige, etc., etc. 9 Send for samples. pS COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- 9 made, in any of following SB materials, Plain and Fancy Wm Navy and Blaek Serges, 9 Bengalines, English and 9 39/6 Scotc» Tweeds, Wool Diago- 9 Net cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon 9 Cloths, Cashmeres, Home- 9 spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, 9 etc., etc. 9 A marvel for style and price, 9 Send for samples. 9 COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- 9 made Silkspot Cheviots, 9 Cotilles, Epiugles, Croco- 9 dile and Flake effects in 9 Tweeds and Homespuns, 9 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas, 9 Net cash Navy and Black Serges. 9 Best French Cashmeres in IS all leading shades. All 9 Wool Robing, German 9 Robes, embroidered, etc.', 9 etc. Send for sarujfles. gm COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor- I made Velo...

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Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Port Arthur ? ,; i.; . V.- ?: :??????? ?:??.: fj.,'- ? TW0ntyrYearsvA|^ ' I'';'. Br EUjgakij. /' r ' (Continued from ,our last.) , ' Notwithstanding : ite being; .sdnie whatlate we at qttpe. shouldered iour arm,s and ammunition and: went off i to the bush in ? the hope of getting a shot at something. Arrived 4ni the bush, or .rather among i .the : brafikon ferae, we peparated two and troj.but although we could hear tho' kangaroo and wallaby bounding about In all directions, the ferns were :too thick, the daylight too far gone !to enable us to see the ' varmint, or get a decent ehot at them. At-afiignal we reunited and made tracks home again. As we were passing between* t^ififelds we noticed several shadowy forme upon the ridge against the sky. ' Deer ! ' said one of the number. '. Sheep ! ' said another. ' Necks too long for sheep,' said a third. 'Then they must be deer.' So while the bulk of the party Jay in ambush and watched proceedings, the two best 'shots 'played serpent, and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in (he Southern Hemisphere. : The Magnificent Steamers of this ? Line maintain regular passenger and cargo services between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney THES.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. Peatherstone, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates. First Sailing : FRIDAY, 14th JULY. , Hobart to 1 Melbourne The splendid Intercolonial Steamers on the New Zealand Line call fort nightly at Hobart, en route to Mel . bourne. First sailing ; S.S. ' ROTOMAHANA,' MONDAY, lOnr JULY. Launceston to Mel I bourne S.S. 'PATEENA,' H. Sams, Commander, Makes a weekty connection between Launceston and Melbourne, leaving Launceston every Monday and Mel bourne every Thursday. For New Zealand. Weekly. First Steamer : S.S. 'TARAWERA,' THURSDAY, 6th JULY. CHICAGO EXHIBITION. The Company...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Jas. Sargeant, STOCK AND SHAE0BBOKEE AND COMMISSION AGENT,; .- desires- to, inform his town and country friends tb^t ho has STARTED .DOING BUsmBSS a* above ana will be pleased to recoive commissions. Address, HOBAET ; S l'OCK EXCHANGE or 85 Murray street. ALFRED PEEBY;' Furniture Broker/ ?l\ Valiiator, and: Commission Agent. Address :Oare Westhwok BroB. GoUins-st. T A M E «f I I I W, J Fruit 'Merchant, Commission Agent, etc.,' Lower Elieabeth-stbebt, MTAPFIELD, ? HOUSE, ESTATE, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. STOCK EXCHANGE, OOLLINS-ST. R oral A rora at i g Condition Food for HOESES, CATTLE, FOWLS, PIGS, Ao. Secured an Award Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. IN BAGS ONLY, 8s 6d. None Genuine without our Trade' Markand Title. Manufactured by W. BOON & CO. 10 ABXJYLE-STEEEt.Hobart. Robert Jackson, lHE PEOPLE'S LITEKAEY PABULUM and POCKET FEIEND, :S STILL STUDYING HIS FEIENDS1 INTERESTS, BOTH IN KEEPING THEM WELL INFORMED WITH FULLEST SPOBTING NEWS and supplying it at Lowest Pric...

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

eL^KE^Y. ' ButlitQl hie tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting olaok, . Set (Jlmon'8 bars npon the taok.'— Bodipbas. This chunk of news referring to the fashionable marriage of last week has been handed to us — 'Among the early comers was a lady who had regularly fcttendod the church from childhood. She naturally took her seat in the pew wherein 'aha had always eat/and waited contentedly lor the arrival of the bride. Bat* rude stock awaited her, for the incumbent, who was in the chancel, espied the lady, and straightway descended to inform her peremptorily that she was trespassing: 'You are not a guest P Well, then, you cannot sit here! In vain the lady ex postulated that it was her usual seat. . She was told, and— not to put too fine a point upon it—told rudely that she was in a reserved Beat and must go. Nor did she gain any satisfaction when she asked if an unreserved pew might be shown her, for in answer to that ehe was informed, in effect, that the whole of the church was res...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

THE TURF. That the present depression effects sport as well as trade generally is plainly illustrated by the meagre patronage bestowed by public and owners on raoine- in this colony during the ppfc twelve njohtts, re sulting as it has In, with few excep tions, financial disaster. This- plainly illustrates the necessity fof the all round redaction in expenditure, and opens the question of the desirability or otherwise of our leading dab meet ing the times by altering the mini' mum stakes to: be given'by country racing clubs to qualify them to race under the T.R.C. rules. . It is evident from the tone of the meetings of dele gates from the country racing clubs recently held that the present high qualification required by the T.R.C. will end in separation from the parent club or a prolonged cessation from racing. It would be deplorable in the extreme that either of these courses should be rendered neces sary, therefore it is most refreshing to even hear that there is a probability of t...

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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Cycling Notes. [Br Bike.] I notice that the English Cyclist speaks eulogistically of the Melbourne trick cycling family, the Donogans, who are giving exhibitions in various parts of England. The various Chicago eyeliner clubs have decided to debar the colored mau from racing in the f imous Pullman Road Race. iJast TIi-?3l-.7 .it the Atheneum Hall, Melbourne, a mass meeting of wheelmen was held to express opinion as to the best way of working the new league of wheel men. This is an institution badly wanted in Hobart, where cyclists are so scattered, as it wants something to band them more together. This is a matter that should command the earnest consideration of all wheelmen, whether clubmen or not, and they should take some steps to have it carried out, once more placing cycling on a firm footing in the city. Big road race in Melbourne is to come off on July 8, when there will be a grand tussle for first place. There was some grumbling at Belle Vue on Wednesday amongst the disappoi...

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BELLE VUE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

BELLE VUE EACING CLUB. The Belle Vue Proprietary Racing Club held their postponed meeting at Belle Vue on Wednesday afternoon last. The weather was rather cold, but the attendance was not materially affected thereby. The City Band, under Bandmaster Hopkius, played a choice selection of music during the after noon. There were six events on the card, the racing on the whole being very good, although the t.odden state of the course was a very serious drawback. The Galloway Race f umishad the sensation of the day. There were nine starters for this event, the winner turning up in the much despised Old 'Un (late Valentine) who paid the handsome dividend of £112 for the solitary half-sovereign invested on him. The divi dend was divided between the owner and a local publican. A protest was entered Hgainst the winner on the ground that the rider was unregistered, but it was dis missed. The winner was put up for sale on Tuesday last, but his owner could not get a bid of JE19 for him. He is a ...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Music and the Stage. [By Karao.l The week's music began with a very enjoyable concert given by the City Band, in the Barrack-reserve, on Sunday afternoon last. The two most striking items of a well-selected pro gramme in Mr. Conductor Hopkius's best style were Roeldieu's unfading overture, 'Caliph of Bagdad,' and the selection from Sir Arthur Sulli van's latest, 'Haddon Hall,' the catching melodies of which the band presented excellently to interested isteners. Mr. Hopkins works well in keeping up the musical taste of these concerts' frequenters. To-morrow the band presents an ' in memoriam ' programme. Monday's amateur concert at the Temperance Hall was but poorly attended considering the charitable object for which good music was pre sented in a programme of no lets than 21 numbers. The Lansdowne Crescent Band gave a good account of themselves and the leader (Mr. Needham) in their production of ' Masaniello' and ' Patience.' Miss Lenna McNamara's ' Marguerite' and Miss A. Rollins'...

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FREE SPEECH. THE NAVAL DISASTER AND THE CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

I FREE 8PEE6H. THE NAVAL DISASTER AND THE CABLEGRAMS. When -yvill the cablegrarnmer be killed, or die P He exists apparently for pumping every day a lot of shib boleth into the Australian public. He is a Tory of the deepest dye, gar uished with the primrose. Apart from a little sporting news and occa sionally an item of general interest the reading public would not miss the cablegrammer very much. But .he does euthuse in his own particular line, and this week the cable has been kept going and the brain been ran sacked to imagine heroic incidents in connection with that most sad and terrible naval disaster. A disaster that was brought about no one as y«t knows how, and the public -will cer tainly never know the truth — not if it can be kept dark. DoubtlesB the in competency of some officer or officers holding positions on the flagship Victoria, the duties of which they were unable to discharge efficiently, promoted by class favoritism, was the primary cause of all these highly traine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

For Sydney (Direct) THE PAST AND POWERFUL S.S. ' T A S M A N I A,' 2252 Tons (By far the Largest Vessel in the Trade), PERCY W. BULL, Commander, Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobarl, on FRIDAY, 7th July, at 8 p.m. . Splendid Spacious Promenade Decks, Electric Light Throughout the Ship. Large and Woll-foatilated State Booms. Fore Cabins ^gmirptBied in any Vessel Afloat. FARES— Saloon, 40s., Return 60s. Forecabin, 20s., Return 30s. From Launceston to Melbourne . THE EKPRESS PASSENGER S. S. 'COXmEE,' FRED. CARRINGTON, Commander, . . Iieavae Launceston Wharf on EVERY THTJBSDAT, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) FARES— Saloon, 30s,- Return, 50s. Fore-Cabin, 20s ? Return, 30s. LiTJNCESTOK Agents: The Tasmanian Woolgrowera' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). Hobaet Offices : Lower Davey-street. HUDDART, PARKER & CO., Limited. DISDOK RECREATION {GROUND. RAILWAY V. CITY (Past Players). A BENEFIT FOOTBALL MATCH ; : In aid of the West Hobaet...

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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

MUSINGS. [By Jacques.] The anuual report of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce don't dis parage Tasmania and its trading. It is cheerful to learn that we are not as other men, but all the same our shoes are not comfortable wearing. The great banking crisis found us already passed thi-ough the mill, and the persons who caused our passage are still smiling over their spoil, while the victims are, some dead, and some still suffering. Tradespeople may be meeting their engagements fairly well from their point of view, but the creditors might tell another tale. * # * The Bills of Sale Amendment Act is passed, but injustice still remains. One creditor benefits at the expense of the rest. Why P Bills of sale should not be allowed to secure more than one half the debtor's estate, small creditors would then have a chance, and much collusive fraud be prevented. * * # Customs Union is approved of. A good thing from the merchant's poiut of view, but they are not everybody. Every country should produ...

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