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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

Miming Notes and Tips TBy Gnomb.1 The chief topic during the. week Jias been the contest for tho Silver Queen election. Mr. Taylor has once more shown that when occasion calls for it he can be tirm and just, and 1 . hope to 6ee a big rally of Queen share holders round him ou Thursday, evening. Mr. Mjrjng has been given another 6ix months to float the New Silver Queen in London, on condition that he pay £100 per month to the com pany, during the time extended. The company has secured another section, which it is proposed to let on tribute. A call of one halfpenny will be made next month, and there is talk of con centrating machinery being, pur chased for the claim. This will be a step iu the right direction. . : All the mines at Lefroy are looking excellent, and there is like)}' to be a grea* revival in this district shortly. The Amalgamated Golden Era has .extended its capital, and penny calls will now be made. Tho mouey pre viously subscribed by . shareholders was not spent to best...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

Ult*men(»i-l6O-i*il«0, dldim'x ?EOO.'yeSO- ' , ^(lEa^^akrM'^l'^epokt'firid^l'WBr riota*hi rtodntereH/niPlans artd'ipiirtittilirrs,1 .REA.L-uEST^TEi i!A.(JBNTSf ; - iro»Bi&T!iAjni-' d6tEik81-'S*rAieETsJ -; ,?? n;..I.. 'HOSABS1. ?''i i;;l'r!','' '.'' ' *|V..B^.'TB!OPERTIiE^^lOI0ET'.'lBfoed ratU/iAay bebbtainod ' on application M lfe'vpfflces#'; corner Murray' and /Rollins SKwe^ttT1- ?, :*'p' ?*?':? ??'; ?'''??; 'i:i ;' i 4Wf 'Unttite't management !bf Estates, aflft Coitebtiofftof -Bents in *TdWn, or Country ibabrfftKtii 'SW.temen'tBienaered monthlr: I d^^^^.'jKMf-^ea'r)^ accb|rding- tp 'ni' : OBSHjratkL'S^FERTY EXCHANGE ' ; i 1*TJ1 RJiLMll i IP. I U-i ? 1. i| , ;?? ? ; Brswitey 8?: §0tL ? ' House, Land,,and: Commission Agiente.. - ;Eehts an^ Debts collected. Properties ,n^na^.:«njdi?r personal supervision. Loans .negotiated .pn leMionable teflns, SaJEeln, vp^tipent pB.jBpun^/feourity.far deposits. to ';::? ? :: .»nyi^jmQun-i. . X RANTED JtNOWN.-^PBrcel .Delivery. V Y ;-, , Jap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

? Flails & Williams, IS 123viiIV'ERPOOL STREET. ^ ? #enin6 dresses ? evening dre^es ? evening dresses I VALUE EXTRAORDINARY ? VALUE EXTRAORDINARY ? VALUE EXTRAORDINARY ' I Flaws & Williams ? TWEED COSTUMES ? TWEED COSTUMES -? TWEED COSTUMES '? SPECIAL PRICES ? SPECIAL PRICES ? SPECIAL PRICES ? Flaws & Williams, H 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. '^M T O O K AT THIS. ? J. Mulrennan ^H Begs to inform the public that he has H REMOVED to 152 LIVERPOOL-St. ; ^H (Next door to Mr. Maddock's butcher : ^H ehop), where he has a Large Assortment of I ? SOOT'S ^H on hand, which will be sold at the ? LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. ^H All Boots bought from me can be guaran ; ^H teed, as they are made on the premises, on ' ^H wooden lasts, and no rivets used. ^M ANOTHER CL I PPE R H Mackenzie : ^^| Is offering a Beautiful Iron-framed Piano, -^H Trichord, Check Action, for £25. ^^^| Terms arranged. Note the address : ^?: 76 MACQUAEIE-STREET. !? THE ? Hobart Exchange. ^^M LOWER MACQUAEIE-eTEEE...

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[?] [?] THE [?] CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

WRftpCl PEAiffij; vfjpEERnlgf__ the culgTOiraHip orajrn=F i f TR0rA- Hi EugA KnoeboneHKchampionHBtler of Au&lia, arriJjgjtt HobartfiShes day effing to tnjl^-angeniejfilft a him, but as the former's engagement with the Messrs. Wirth precluded the possibility of a match he has taken the first oppor tunity of meeting Pearcu. Since Knesbone was last in Hobart he has not done much worthy that he met and defeated Harry Dunne, the champion of New Zealand, at Dunedin, and afterwards a less formidable praonentJatWi3llingtiai.»ABj9a6ilj' disposed^ of. Kneebone left the circus at Adelaide Borne Xwo^niontuB jtgo,--pd h»s-been. rest ing ,ap ^vsJhW}ieJ;B0w^an'5rj?a0B8t,: nekr Wangaratta (Vic.) On Wednesday after noon Eneebone met Poarcn and a few of the latter'i -riBBdB,Bt Tattertall'* , Cflub, when a match was arranged for Monday evening, September il, to take place at the Hobart AtUlqtic, Club rooms for £50 aside and the championship of Australia, catch-as-catch-'ean; ?th'e best of seve...

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VAS MARRIAGE A FAILURE? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

ViAS MARRIAGE i. FAILURE P Vmriarriag; alailnref Veil, now, dot ''epend« Altogieddlier on kpw rou looK.at id, mine friends : - 'Mke (Urtte donlile-liorse teams -Jot you see at 4er .rnc^s, ?' ? ?-.??????? ?? Id depeads jmoty mooli an dcr pair in det traceB — Betdbey dpn'd pool togeddb«r rifeht off at der . ahtart ' ? ,. . ... Den tfmes'ou'dt of nine dhe.v vasTjeddlier apart. VasmaMia^e b failure P tier vote'was iii doubt— , J)lius^ dot's ondt vonld be in, dliose dot's in would ue quat : ... i , Der utau mit oxberieuce, good looks, uud daeii Qets a vife knit some Jive hundord dbousaud iu casli, Juit.iatder der Loneymoon vliere vas der hoiiey f 6he hftf d r piberienae— he liof der moniy. Vas sriarriage a failure i Ecf dot vo* der case Tot vistb pecome of der whole liuuau race ? ?Vbtyimdhiuk dot Jerolat ' Pilgrin (aders ' vonld ? ? say i . '.,?..'? ? : ; ^lot cune in der Sunflower to olSt .Plymouth Bay; ; Co Bee der fine country Sib peoW'-B bave«ot Und djeu hear dliem ask sodli connndli...

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CRACKS FROM CABBY'S WHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

Cracks from Cabby's \.\ WHIP. I '''Itfcias been a matter of surprise to' ' Gabby ' as well as many others who intend the sittings of our local Hqubb of Commons that Mr. Speaker Brown's attention has not been called to the terrible clatter and din nightly indulged in in the Reporters' Gallery on his immediate left. -This conduct, to say the least, is most unseemly on the part of gentlemen of the Fourth Estate who should, if they don't, know better. It is no uncommon thing to see not only the eyes of liou. members but of those in the gallery directed to that charmed circle. It is almost impossible sometimes to hear what some of the members are trying to say, especially those whose articu lation and elocution are not of the highest order. As this class of speakers is decidedly in the majority listeners have great difficulty to know what the speakers are saying or what they are driving at, and the reporters themselves must labor under consider able difficulties to catch the sentences as...

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POLITICIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

,Jonrtlt:i(i As the main featufcetof (JafcfcSroek was tbe is lS«^Ut,jy-}ekiHcliiefljr .petnarkftbjei ion the1 ^l^nijijjT jfa ^f its .twin brother, the InooniB. T§£ ilgfl^M&Wt One limprovament oonld not fait to -be noticed in the introduction, great deal lees to say on the part of hon. members. WiMii'thV exception of Mr. Bird, , and^iqne or. ..two . pthers, -who » trenpb- Biet^noieaJB-. thp» proposed -l)iIi-trt*S41Pns evi*Mf*Sd dMblmMed%-ir^(»r6i£ran- selves tf«tt!K tyll it*fflf» aM^heM iw&fce no^ub^that,^, .UL :wbro it jen*?*^ firam committee, wil^ £ef5° Bnoni of 'if* original ,»roportiwVWl&^!*°P^ly r^misaiae^ft^n^s: ^iPPftV?™-! v|n: o$&;lltf Hiis' p'ws ,1» bP #jes»fle4. under fp&jheadlng?./ («? T»ose/,4anvea! frott'profosBionsr^aes. etc. f (2) ThPS* ! from emolument ... of, any, |deseriptwo, sSMflj!1.* gEb 'pWi«* «tp- ,-8) yhose ^% jMpE Property, mortgages, ate. (4) ? TJiosii den^4 from .any. jquroe or Kind outride' the colony. An exemption o...

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PALMISTRY PALM AND FINGERS OF EQUAL LENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

[?] 1 i -PALM i' ANO!t.f m&EBE-:p^ ? ' !'::';;:iotrMr xTOtr.'1:-. ;;?;;;.' ? ?% ^Ue,J!e»gt}i;,,.flf!ith?!.'.pa31m.--a?**i aiidd|e finger; are exactly the »ame, 'it signifies an e»act balance between tJife^niWai ! 'fti^ibta aiid ihti }*&%: ;m^t'.p,r0d|lJ!{n^.'Jftn :iam^bje 4i^p^k' t{ofl; jirfth/ *,, just, flnd. upright niind.' % it ?&- hftiid ita -be trusted unless 'e^me'very tnairked sign ''?appears 4» ?iiiBiiit'.diijf^Bt:'' ;''; '\ ?l;'!;: '?,' ,,': ''; '- 1 3cf;^;S^#Si'.wd:.;aafeb-; Without regiitanoe, it. indicales a Jack' of energy arid force: Itieadoto^d with fingers fat kn'd round at their. buse, but'dvvindtjng almost to a ppint at the tips like a cone. They belong to a lymphatic organisation. ; ; , . ..answers, ; - ?: Anyone desirous of a description of churotitei 'by; m&ns of HiIb chftrniinfi art pas only to cuclpec on: ontline of tteir hahd, with 12 penny etainpli '(oddresred '? Ze1 o,' Clipper office), antl the -feJ Bcription will uppear n t...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

\FtJOTB^LL iffiS. fBr RucK.l m$M Oityind Holebrook meet to«Mr»4 Teams — qtfer, Byan ioapt.), McGiSlSjjjf Webb, (2); MoDhrUtifli), Dickens, Hdft, Plant, Hetui, jponnitfinF Guest, Ni Ukwjb, Lang fora, l&unan.fiSl, BUI, Ni- SEfWalton, P«um/'Holei3Mc:Howo, ( PS-bel (2), Cook (8), WilMfi Jeffrey, LJBpTMackoy, Shefcttwie, PaSfjtJook, Q p, A. Clark, A Ijtfoirafal of in^^rfer was manifested in the match between Railway and City played pt »Udpn dp$t Qatuwfep , [ i A* vft ? was generally understood that the Railway intended pnttfog Ihelr :*tri-aKeSt ttairiGh the field, determined to outdo the City, a larger number of -BpeMafljorB aWfthaWIMl - asiiembled. Tommy Ryan, .with hie pro verbial luck, w0tt the £os8,ind aided with « good breeie sent the bill southwards. Four behinds were registered far quiet puccosion for the City, the attack being continued on Railway's citadel: : 'C. Guest obtained a mark and spored the firjjt' goal | for the blue and whites. Railway rallied' a little but wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

TTOBAET ATHLETIC CLUB. Great Wrestling Match. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. HAEEY PEAECE V. EUGENE KNEE BONE FOB THE CHAMPIONSHIP OP AUSTRALIA AND .£50 ASIDE J-50. SkatingrjSkatlng! : PALACE. EtNK, . / '. ' : EVERY NIGHTS And Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons. Ploormaster always in attendance. CJTr BAND in ATSTtmkwoB. -K, j. 'dutto'N,' HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST (late of Bourke-gt, ^Melbourne),' has opened No. ief;EJt»iaA%fTHr»TEBpa\ Ladies' and OJifidxeo s lliiir^iatSfolly cut. -.???? ? -JlVE O«B TstAL. ?'? REID & HARBOR1? GOtfTRAOTORS & JOINERS. STAIRCASES A SPECIALITY Gt ASS OASES, SHOP tTTTINGS, FRENCH POLISHtNG &' JOBBING i Of all description dons at ,^pe very ,w.-ri{3jW^BT EATESy '-;?.. - ;-. ? : :/ '??'.' ** - '- '?? ' - 21.5 ELIZABETH-STREET. John Bradley (member hobaut «toce exchange), STOCK AN.p SHAEE BROKER, Hobart Stock. Exchange, ? Collins-street, JJph&rf. ' LJAIEDEESSEE : (Lato of Liverpool-Street), R B M 0 V $ D TO . , . ? No, 07. , MAC(j|UABI...

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Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

IPoii AriHon Twenty Years Ago. '.. [Bt 61BGEL.I ' Again I was . staying at the par sonage. On this occasion I occupied a small room over- the frpni door, the door of which opened upon the end of the landing farthest from the stairs. The -landing itself was very wide and rather lone. Almost 'within reach of my door, on the lefi hand coming out, was the door of the upstairs sitting room, . and immediately oppo site to. that the study. It wasSatur- - day evening. The mail had arrived from Hobart. Mr. H^- — ? had, many letters to write and answer and was up very late. To keep him company I sat up reading the papers until nearly one o'clock on Sunday morn ing and then retired to my room, Mr. H ? still writing away in the sitting room. I heard him go to his bedroom some time later and then fell asleep. How long I slept I do not know, but I found inyself lying awake some hours afterwards. Tfty door was not quite closed and the head of the bed was just behind it. Suddenly I heard what seeme...

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FLYING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

FLYING SHOTS. A good game. Good attendance. Splendid weather. Some first-class football but a little too rough. Vimpany was at his best. His marking and kicking were tip-top; Billy Gregg's two goals were eye openers. The City cab upset and spilt tho beef tea, also the players. What are you doing ' Scotty ? ' McGinniss and Webb played well and got knocked about. Nicholson, the Railway skipper, did a lot of good work and is getting back to his old form. George Nicholson was all there on the ball and made the run of the day. Where was the City's centre man ? Rov ing or following. Just fancy, Joe Casey kicked a goal. Thieves at work in the pavilion. Adkis son's pockets oleared out. The doors should be locked during the play. Whittington in doing a run with the ball twisted his kneecap. Holebrook are going to get ' Perfect ' to barrack to-day. Ryan played well but handled his team badly. Dicky Langford and Summers were very good forward. Leaman played a splendid defensive game and was ba...

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FREE SPEECH. TAXATION PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

J- REE SPEECH. TAXATION PROPOSALS. The Treasurer jairjy ^pent himself in trying to explain the working of the proposed income tax, and after all was done that a mortal man could do it left the House in a worse state of confusion than ever, and he himself in a similar muddle of ideas, that he sought relief from in making use of his reiterated statement that no man could be taxed twice, and that it was all right and easily worked, for his scheme was the same as that which gave such excellent results in England, quite oblivious to the fact that the first precept was open to argument, as was afterwards proved by Mr. Bird, and ias ^gards the second, what was a highlyremunera tive tax in heavily-populated Eng land with its amassed wealth might be found abortive in our small com munity, with but little acquired wealth returning incomes that was not invested in property and land. The Treasurer's assertion that land was not capital, repeated again and again, showed very conclusively the stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

** , ( ; _.. 'rt.'_ , - - .'|v. ;'!??. ? .\) .i'; F^r My$ vw (Direct) FASES AND FBEIGPTS GBEATLY '' ; BEDUCED. The New and Favorite S.S. ' TAMBO '??? Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, TUESDAY, August 89. 8 p.m. Saloon PMsengws— Twenty Shillings (20s) Fo»6a,bin PMsongers— Ten Shillings (10s) Front (per traahel care)— flixpenoe (6d.) General Goods— Five Shillings (6s.) per . ton (weight or measurement a^ ship's option.)' From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS PAS8ENGEE S.S. 'COOGW - - .Leaves Launeeston Wharf ? - EVERY THUBiBDAT, ' * at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) FARES— Saloon, 30s'; Bieturn, 50s. Fore-Cabin, JBOs; Return, 30s, Launcebton Agents: flie Tasinaniali Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited., (Office pa Wlarf). , Sdbart Ofnobs: Lower Davey-streefc. HUDDAET, FAREEB & CO., Liwted. Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in top Southern. '??? ; *. Hemisphere. The- Magnificent Steamers of th...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

HOIttEM HU88UB; Each aud every, morta) Jjoup it lasts, 'iu tiiif lutmuer ; the lufldite huMiub unsiiickenca. ' BANKRUPT AUSTRALIA: HER! PRIVATE WEALTH. 1 Australasia's private wealth1 totals Ifcrl.insVJUU.Wiy.. This.magnifioent sum according to jjtr, Obghlan, itatiptician of New South Wales, being divided among, the population, would give the tidy sum of £309 per head. Thus We are the richest people under the sun. The United Kingdom's average is but £246 ; France's, £25il j Holland^. £213; and the United States', £205. In Russia the wealth per head is. only £55. The disparity is made still greater when it is taken into, con sideration the immense amount of wealth, represented by the railways dwjled by the Government in Austra lasia, that in the other counties is included in their respective figures. Unfortunately for the.happjjiess, and prosperity of the colonies, Mr. Goghlan is compelled to show that of the 1169 millions at which our wealth is estimated 821 million*, or 70 per cent...

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MEAN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 August 1893

MEAN METHODS. ,i ' By placing the trifles or lessee acjtions- of a man's life in juxtaposition with the greater ones we are best able to. judge character, and the same mile has equal force in regard to nations and combinations of men. Measured by that standard the Ministry must be condemned on all points, and the validity of the verdict is but empha sised by the exposure of ite methods in seeking to retrench. Last week the Chief Justice condemns them as being on a level with the pickpocket, ?! and this week public opinion must pronounce its verdict that they are on a level with the employer of labor who seeks in the meanest manner possible to avail himself of the cheapest market in which to buy labor. It is agreed on all sides that the, expensive and ornamental office of Agent-General should cease to exist under the present straitened circum stances of the colony, but it is hard to conceive that even the casuist can commend the Government in their style of bringing about the reform;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

THE WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES, 64 WYERPOPk STREET. /'* AS ENGINE FOE SALE, very cheap, ? ' -vJ; 4-miin power: Apply Paton and O'Brien, Clipper offioo. ? £:?-?.? H. H A W K I N S ?SOLICITOR, Etc., Stone Buildings, Macquario-st., Hobart' S. Wade X*ower, PICTURE-FRAME MAKER & PICTURE DEALER, 65 MURRAY-STREET. . importer of GUt and Eboniaed Pier Glasses Picture-Frames and Glass Show-Cases made on the shortest notice. P. C. .Abbott, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER WATCHMAKEE AND JEWELLEE 74 MUEEAY STEEET. . REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Risby Bros., TIMBEE MERCHANTS, The Cheapest Place in the City for all sortB of Building Materials. ? HOBART. ? TEA DE LUXE. Oosmocapelion Blend of Tea is the finest Ciible. It holds the premier position in mania, and its steadily increasing sale proves it to be the Finest Tea in the market. Tea Drinkers who wish to get the Finest Tea money can possibly buy will find it has no equal in its Aroma and Mag nificent Liquor. No Finer Tea can possibly be procured for mone...

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WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

WRESTLING. In another column it will be seen that Eugene Kneebone, champion all-round athlete of Australia, and Harry Pearce are to wrestle in the Exhibition Building on next Wednesday week, September 13. The match is for the championship of Australia and £50 aside. Both me i aie in active training for the event, which is bound to draw a large house. Of Pearce's career in the athletic world the readers of the Clipper have been informed. If we were to attempt to give an account of Knoebone's doings in the line which he has adopted as his profession, we are afraid that it would occupy more space than we have at our command. Eneebone made his debut some seven years ago at a sports meeting at Beechworth in Victoria, and since that time he has achieved victory after victory, meeting such gladiators as Duncan C. Robs, Donald Dinnie, etc. Eneebono is now hi his 29th year and is in the pink of health and condition, and should give a good account of himself on the 13th iust. The local man is...

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POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Political Notes. The great event of Friday (25th) was he debate onrto;|»)p{-8ea y.JJrt.Paflk: Lottery. PiraJ' -)f ifll/ no W88 than six petitions from various religious Up^ies (other than Rohum i&phqlio), *$&* i«P sented againsfctta measure, and ihealfp., Clark launched Ms Uttfc fgntwe^,* ceiling, eloquent -speech. -HeNras'followea by the hon. and rev. member for Sorell, who asked whether the House would be justified in sacrificing principle to «r pediency, and round this cry the ao-oalled phampionB of morality rallied and fought. And among these, certainly, the member or Longford (Mr. Dumaresq) ably dis tinguished himself, for his was undoubtedly the speech of the evening, although our morning contemporary gave him only four or five lines the next morning. The Premier, in his casuistic style, and Meaers. Beibey, Mackenzie, and Hiddlestone backed up the hon. and rev., while Messrs.Crowther, CriBp.Conway, Fenton, Hamilton, Muloahy, Sidebottom and St. Hill supported th...

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JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

JUNIOR CRICKET. (Bt Point.) West Hobart have formed and is likely to have a strong team, and I believe it is their intention to have a cement wicket. The Ormond who have also formed have been at practise a few Saturdays, and oueht to be in eood trim by the start of the season. Mocury have also had their moating and I notice that they have the onergetio chairman of the Junior Association com niitee as their captain. Dear Clipper,— -When will the depart mental chief find the Clerk of the House of Assembly some work to do for the £300 and £50 and gratuities per annum, as per esti mate. The poor drudges in the civil ser vice hare their pay cavilled at by inembcis when discussing the esti mates, and are made to work for it. Why does the chief not make this well paid official do tho same instead of letting him nauseate tho poor readers of your morning contemporary with treatises on ' Pitch, Patti,' or taking orders !for can tatas, when even Tounyson couldn't turn out anything but bosh whe...

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