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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

QHO P£^-I .^^-3M| AT C H. ? ] , ,WEDNESD4Yy iSEP3?EM:BEE'vS0.T/( For ^610, in'logt 6ft. in feirth,-»t^B«rriedAle. Mathbwb -v: Lynch. AIbo foralliteHbAKvtfjitaBr wonanad Firstpf tee, £9 ; eeoona, 10a. Nomination, P»^$nfripsfdopeimM*tod&yt^8fchinit-. ;: - if.,: ia l.iw: Jifto^'WJBTrEiJbTriedMe,^' p) UTCiB B* S'. i IB A-GMT© ? :C L' U'B.1 ELWICK, WEDNESD'i'SV'bCT. 11, 1898. „.!';, ?' ?;«?!( ,T:i'+-ri-:--!ir..;;/ x. .'?:?! Tbial Stakes, 16 sovs. - BDTCB]CB6'-|lfA[p£K Tbot! (Haudit£5), 12 Op^,B:bbjjlb (Handicap), UKfloVJP' ; ' : ? G At £,owat, (Handicap), H4;2ti.u-(aBBOvi; BpTpajBs' Hack (Handicap), 12 flora. ' Pont Ra.ce {Handicap), 12.2 a.u., 6 eovs. Opjen Tbot (Handicap), SO sows. Cab Horse #*ojt ;-Handioap), 10 sora. Nominations close ; October 2. Weights, October fl. ?,..-,? V r , fo. g. WILMyG,.gon. Seo. ? EfiK BREWKRT.— Messrs. Boag and jfion #rff (more than -'satisfied with the result of the establishment of a (Southern Branch in Hobart, and take thiB oppor tunity of than...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

- i, .WEDNEBD4Y,. ISEFPEMUEB'&fJ.O For jBIO, in!log»6ft. infeirth,i»tB«rriedtte. MATHBwe-r.-LywoH. Also foraJlAfteAKvediiVir wonanad verthed , matoh, 0 $iu-- $ian^r blocks. First pi'WiTMjBeooAlPa. Nomination, fa,±BfoiW(dloBei»Wtodayj^6th'iiiri.!i/ ?'fl.i 1° l.'Ui jifef.jj.'WjfrrE.iBfe'iTigdale^O T»0aiC49B«B'!iifeACI(»lO: CLU«. BLWICK, WHDNESDl^'bCT. II, 1898. .Ti; / = t - 1 1 ,T:i:-f-r--';:-'iMVi.;/..v;.!1.-i Tbial Stakes, 16 bovb ? BuTCBitEsVjItAipfiK XBojtflfaadjifii), 18 Oph^iHuedie (BWttdieap), UWoVifi1. i ' Gai^owat, (Handicap), 13.4$ bm.,16«ov*: BurciiBBa' Haok {Hjwdicfrp),!l2 sore. Pont Race (Handicap), 12.2 a.u., 8 eove. -Spjsk T«ot (Handicap), KMora. , ? ? . Cab Horsji Eiojt ;-Handioap), 10 sore. Nominations close : October 2. Weights, October f. . ? , v. . EBK 'BREWKRY.— Messrs. Boag and Son jibe imore thin' : satisfied with the result of the establishment of a Southern Branch in Hobait, and take this oppor tunity of thanking tlip public for generous support givim ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREE SPEECH. THE TAXATION SCHEMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

f REE SPEE6H. THE TAXATION SCHEMES. The people, having all the taxation proposals of the Government now laid down, should be studiously consider ing whether the proposed measures are likely to act beneficial ly or other wise ; whether they will enable the colony tn meet its engagements, and at the same time not strain the ronuiuvtuj ui lub taxpayers uu hucu hu Bxtetit as to land the colony in worse straits than ever, in the effort of our financiers to satisfy the demands of the 'lendlord.' Are the people too apathetic to take an active interest — much Ioib make de mands — in the finance of the colony, and are they quite con tent to let matters slide P If so, that is just what the capitalistic Government want. No enquiries, no agitation — just leave things to them. They have given us an Income Tax, a Land Tax, and, of course, must go to the Customs for something, and so impose Primage of 9d. in the pound on all goods — accepting the amendment of the exemption of 5 per cent, and free-...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

For Sydney (Direct) ViXjES -AUTD FREIGHTS GBEATLY ' '?,.-?;?? REDUCED. The New and Favorite S.S. 'TAMBd' Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobarl, FRIDAY, September 26. ' Saloon Passengers— Twenty Shillings (20s.} Forecabin Paswugora — Teu Shillings (10s.) Fruit (per bushel case)— Sixpence (6d.) General ' Goods'— Five Shillings (6s.) per ton, (weight or measurement at ship's option.) From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS PASSENGER S. S. ' COOGEE,' Leaves Launceston Wharf EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) FARES— Saloon, 30s ; Return, 60s. Fore-Cabin, 20s ; Return, 30s. Launceston Agents: The Tastnanian WoOlgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). ? . Hobabt Offices : Lower Davey-street. HUDDART, PARKER & CO., Limited. Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo services between Tas...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

|k|liti«!_8kat!nsl I .' PALACE BINE. V I _&? $VEEY NIGHT, ' f. m WMnesday and Saturday Afternoons. I Flooratjwter .always in attendance. - ' I CIT^ BAUD IK fJPTBNDANOK. I a- DurroN,f *' ?AIEftflBBSEE amp TOBACCONIST I (lite of Bourke-st., Melbourne), ? ; : . . i has opened ; I No. 18B ELIZABETH-STEBET, I : ' next Cookehutfs store. :?.. HieV art flhildBen1* Hairifcafceftaiy-wit. - ? Give One Trial. IeID & HARBORD IcONTRACTORS & JOINERS. ?AIRCASES A SPECIALITY IaSS CASES, SHOP FITTINGS, VBENCH POLISHING & JOBBING I Of all description done at the very ; I LOWEST BATES, I At I 215 ELIZABETH-STREET. |HE CASCADE BBEWEEY CO. I LTD., HOBABT. L8CADE PRIZE SPARK I LING ALES, Ilk and Bottle, in Splendid Condition- ? I Can be Sampled at our Stores, I 180 COLLINS STEEET. I GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PuEE. I J. E. Bell, Itaiedeess e e I (Late of Liverpool-street), I REMOVED I TO I No. 67 MACQUABIE-STBEET. VET E. Keen & Co. for Watch, Clock and I Jewellery Bepair...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each And every mortal hour it lasts, in this manuer; the infinite hubbub unslackeued. THE NATIONAL PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each, und every mortal hour it lasts, in this m&nuer ; the iuflnite hubbub unslackened. THE NATIONAL PASTIMES. Only the hypercritical and puerile minds reduced to a puddering chaotic state of imbecility through repeated doses of revivalistic religion but will regret the unfortunate circumstances attendant on the last two football . matches, causing the sudden ending of the season and leaving the pre miership undeoided. It does not necessitate the recital that the de cadence of the national pastimes of the ancient Greeks was the forerunner of the national decadence to remind such people that anything affecting the welfare of our games of skill, pluck, and endurance are as much a matter of concern a* anything else affecting the common weal. It has always been the boa6t of the mother country that in her public schools and colleges, even if boys' were crammed with rather a worthless education, they at any rate were ushered into manhood able -to take care of themse...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

luTi^Noii Week pr|Wpally*6S aarkable fttfc xipntra- . Using the M&e^&i ; i8 *° '*? ^&$E&§S and Launqwton jra* lost by mug vots. PrimaA duty of 8£giP cent., ttlmibh we briefly||eferred ingrar'laat weelcpjiupiber. desirable place to live in, the cotuniittee, on the instigation of the Premier, negatived of the tax persons drawing incomes from outside th* colony. Imperial and Indian offioere to wit, with pensions already sub ject to the British Income Tax. But the great fight raged over the pro posal to make the tax apply to bonuses on life assurance policies. Dr. Giblin made a vigorous onslaught on the proposal. The Premier ^replied to Mm, and gave the House; thfe treat of listening, while, he unfolded a page of his natural life (not Marcus Clark's^. So many policies had the member for Brighton taken out. Such and such were the premiums and the profits, and of such amount would the Premiere reap the benefit when her lord and master took his departure to ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

VJusic aud the Stage. K ' [Bt Kbiko.J;;!,';! 'A jnost enjoyable Booiwijtapc place it, Hadley'e womB on tfaij9Lrar 'week last in the «t»ftpe of eome^hofSe musio ind « subsequent dance^wnich the members of 'the OrpheuB:Dlttb gave to the If&ies whp bo generously exerted themBBires at , the latfe; eucceBsful Jumble Fair 'iyi.-.-io^B few invited friends. The singers and players had selected. Borne^f their .beist, fluifcbers' as &ri enjoyable1 prelude to the dance following,'; prqvioiurito which i ;Mibb Ada Crisp, the hon. sec. to the fair, was*presented with a neatly mounted md framed addrees, . in recognition of 1ier valued services 'in the interests 9f the fair. The dance, to the enli vening strains of a well-chosen band, was thoroughly enjoyed by the members and their lady friends. Wednesday presented some nice inueic at St. Mary's schoolroom, in lid of the forthcoming AU Nations Pair for the Cathedral organ fund, and, a* the Rev. father Gilleran ob served in thanking ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

?^tlng I Skating! I i ?:,:: PALACE BIKE. I ? _i PVEET NIGHT, 6 ?. H Wajgaasoay and Saturday Afternooiu, H Floormaster Always in attendance, r ' H CITY BAND in attsnbanoe. ' I *J; DUfTON,/ W III OBEBSEB amp TOBACCONIST ? (lite of Bourke-ut., Melbourne); H ? ? has opened ? No. 185 ELIZABETH-STREBT, ? ?' «oxt Cookahutf b fitora. : ?Uflrf*«id_CUldren1«.aair-iafefaUyHjdt.. ? Give Okb Tbiax. ?EID & HARBORD HcONTRACTOltS & JOINERS. Baircases a. speciality . H.A6S CASES, SHOP FITTINGS, »BENCH POLISHING & JOBBING ^M Of all description done at the very ' ? LOWEST BATES, H At M 215 ELIZABETH-STREET. ?he cascade beeweey ca ? LTD., HOBAET. Hl8CADE PRIZE SPAEK I LING ALES, ^Uk and Bottle, in Splendid Condition. H Can be Sampled at our Stores, I 180 COLLINS BTBEET. ^M GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PoEE. ? d. t. Ben, IfAIEDBESS EE ? (Late of Liverpool-Btreet), I REMOVED I TO I No. 67 MACQUABIE-STBEET. ^EY E. Keen & Co. for Watch, Clock and I Jewellery Bepairs. Lowest possibl...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

c$£ftt$^^:K . ' )3ut still Ills tongue ran on, , ? : ? Aa&; witt its everlaBtinft'clMk; ' '' ?.??': SettUueJo.'! eamnpon'tbe'raok.'— ? ' ; .?.jl.lfn-.l'- i , :! i /. EOD.ftM*. The Muckory staff is now in full training to. bring- out the penny daily1 as a' Dead ; Bird' of particularly high flavor, to wit the following, under date September 5 : — 'About Dogs. — Among the miscellaneous items, to wiucn tne -Jity uouncil had its attention drawn yesterday afternoon, was thafcof dogs'. The particular topic was a letterop-^ha feminine gender.- of 'tho canine, species «s found in : Hobart streets. 'The writer bping particularly struck with the peculiar and even improper behaviour of several animals.' Perhaps such puerility is' very funny, but it requires the bald headed senile wit of Lynx of the Wail to discern it. Possibly the writer is the same young man that got into trouble through firing off similar funnyism into the un willing ear of tho barmaid. 'Johnnies' are' addicted to suc...

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WRESTLING. HARRY PEARCE DEFEATS EUGENE KNEEBONE AFTER A GREAT STRUGGLE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. PEARCE SEVERELY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

W&STLiC. HARRY: PEARCE pEJ?EATS \ EUGENE KNEB1B0NE ipTiDR A GREAT STRUGGLE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OP ', AUSTRALIA. \ PEABCE SEVERELY INJURED. The much-talked-of wrestling match between Harry Pearce, of Hobart, and Eugene Kneebone, of Victoria, came off at the Exhibition Building on Wednesday evening last. As soon as the doors were opened it was evident that the sports of Hobart to a man were bent on witnessing .the event, as a great crowd had congre gated around the entrance. Soon after the opening of the hall doors the portion eet apart for the match was thronged. As usual there was some little delav. but the tediousness of the monotony waspleasingly relieved by an exhibition of heavy-weight lifting by Mr. W. Phillips. At 9.15 Kneebone stepped into the ring, accompanied by Harry Miller and Davy Plant and a round of cheers was given. Directly afterwards Harry Pearce nimbly skipped under the ropes, attended by Jim Bradbury and Jim Baxter, the ' boys ' greeting Harry in fine sty...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

Flaws^Wiiliins, ||f3 LIVERPOW STREET. K EVENirJliDRESSES mt% EVENim^RESSES J/Ji EVENp^DRESSES E^Mfe EXTRilO^tJNARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY Flaws & Williams TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES SPECIAL PRICES ';??? SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREETi T OOK AT THIS- J. IWuIrennan - Begs to inform the public that he has REMOVED to 152 LIVERPOOL-St. (Next door to Mr. Maddock'e butcher shop), where he has a Large Assortment of BOOTS on hand, wHoh will be sold at the LOWEST PRICES FOR GASH. . j, ? AU Boots bought from me can be guaran teed, as they are made on the premises, on wooden lasts, and no rivets used. ? ? . ? ' ? .u THE Hobart Exchange. Lower Macquabie-btbIeet, Hobabt. STAFFORD BIRD and CO., Property, Produce, Stock and Sharebrokers, House, Land and Estate Agents, Shipping and Carrying Agents. General Merchants and Commission Agents Fish Depot, T. EUSH, 139 Liverpool-street (opposite Bbyal Hotel). Best Tasm...

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BILL'/S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

iiBiLcs MonfiMs- ;: ?;.? '?} ;?;?'?;. ;(BY;M-i^b.3:;;yii.,.;;::;l;.:;,; .? Ml w Mil wi eioue! time *ra temperanoe ifolk wi» bbout the-moBt wfeik- e^tfd- loiV1^ %h& 'feicfe ''Jif [/thg 6ai|iili ''{exbBbtf ! ^I'Ky^a^ 'p&ffi, bpa^i,) , , $aw mhm J' g$- W paiper fcion. w$ was twt .that « tempewmce meant raoderatidn in everything,' -koA itlea glariug -fact that ttieBB people are most immoderate in ? tuer howling aijbtit likor r tod that th^y p fcb6tai?i an, cuen a gain woe poyes tne^are to eat. Look at the drink ;bill ov the ooloneys (I don't mean my mate bill) as compard with england and the rest ov the world, why little Tassy is. the most ruoderateBt of em all, but -ven yer comes ter feed lor don't them there cranks help pile up the figers — they raise up' ther voices and brag how little they drink, but not a word about food, look at the red uobbs ov em, if tliey don't get it out of the bottle it must be the gormaudising at table as inflames ? the handles ov tber faces....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

?yHEATSE EOYA4. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTEAOEDINAEY. MONDAY NEXT, September 18, and Following Sight*. ELECTRIC PRIDDrs MAEVE.LS. MAMMOTH SPECIALTY ' { rrkMHTKATION. ? ? i Lady Entertainers. GontismanEntortainers Comedians. Vocalists. D/incers. Lady Wire Walkers. ; EquiiibristB. Equilibrists. Equilibri-'ts. ' Innovators. Innovator*. Song and Dance Artistes. First-class Artistes. First-class Artistes. ' The Groat Slide for Life on a Piano 'Wirei ' Ceilinp Walking Act. . ' : Box plan Susman'g. Day sale Aldred'g. Peices — 3s., 2a., and One Shilling. . ? ? ; Advance Representative — W. CABJjE. ??? TASJIANIAN INTEEOOLONJAfc I PLOUGHING MATCH, To be held at ' ?' CAMBEIDGE, On the : ' 4th and 5th days of October. 1693. ' FIRST DAY CHAMPION CLASS.— For Single Furrow Ploughs, swing or wheel. First prize, £25; second prize, £15; tbirxl prize, .£10. Entrance, £\. SECOND CLASS.— For thoae who have never won a prize in any class. For Single Furrow Ploughs, ewiugor wheel. First prize, £C-; second prize, £S...

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

ANSWERS. Any one desirous of a description of character by means of this cb&Tming art has ouly to enclose an outline of their hand, with 12 penny stamps (addressed ' Zeuo,' Clipper office), and the de scription will appear in this column. Any ingenious individual will devise a ready means of outlining— for instance, the old method of running a lead pencil about the hand and fingers while the palm is turned down on the Daner — will eive satisfactory results. It would be as well to fill in the principal markings or lines of the palm so as to give more data. Letters containing coin must be registered. John Blunt. — Yours is a remarkably penetrating intuitive type of mentality, and you see the underlying principles or causes of things at a glance. You take strong likes and dislikes at first glance, and you would do well to follow thoBe im pressions. You possess warm, kindly feel ings, and you are naturally well inten tioned. You aro apt and clever, and plan well on the spur of t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARINE BOARD. PECULIAR ACTIONS. OVERLOADED SHIPS ALLOWED TO LEAVE HOBART COMPLAINTS FROM NEW ZEALAND. IS IT A CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

THE MARINE BOARD; ,... PEOUIilAB AOTIOlfS, ' -;?;?? ? ? jqtjBBLo^Eib . sh^$ v,-;:,! $tf]QMW TO LE4VBTHPBAfl,f , ?' ?? ' . —3 h'' '??'?'?' ???'?':i;'1 M COMPLAINTS MQU, NEW -. ZEALAND. IS IT A CONSPIRACY OP SILENCE P , , There is such an ideal happy family in Hobart that it U a great gin to peep into their little arrange ments, which are so; perfect and work bo well to the mutual advantage of th* coterie, yclept the Hobart Marine Board, and The Clipper is quite in accord with Wai'den McGregor, that votes of censure Biiouia oe passea upon persons giving information. It would toe slire to fit somebody. But can Wardens, give any reason why ships belonging to members of the Marine Board should be exempt from the laws regulating shipping of this port. A case in point is the Kassa, which left Hobart on Saturday afternoon, July 22, at 5 p.m., for Lyttelton, N.Z., at -which port she arrived on August 4, after a very dirty passage, during which she suffered sundry damages through being overlo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PALMISTRY. THE DIVISIONS OF THE FINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

PALMISTRY. THE DIVISIONS OF ^ THE Each finger of the hand has three divisions, called phalanges, and Bepa rated from each other by the knots and joints of the finger. The first division (or phalanx) lies between the tip of the finger, where the nail grows and the first joint ; this phalanx is dedicated to the divine world. The second division lies between the upper and middle joints of the finger, and is dedicated to the in tellectual or abstract world. The third phalanx is between the middle joint and root of the finger, where it joins the palm of the hand ; this is dedicated to the material world.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

Mining Notes and Tips [Bt Guomi.] rue tact vuax, no nret-ciass ore woe won from the Queen mine last week hae aroused ' a large amount of dissatisfaction among the shareholders, and it is quite time some explanation was vouchsafed by the direc tors. Either the glowing reports of first class ore available have boen grossly exaggerated, or the first-class ore is being left intact for some reason that should be made known. Why are shareholders kept ?o much in the dark of lata ? from the telegrams published this week people are led to believe that the work of the machinery has been delayed, on account of pew trommels being fixed. But the fact is there was another breakage in the ma chinery, and this should have been stated tor the information of investors. The return of concentrates, 45 tons from 350 tons crude ore (about 8 to 1) shows that no first-class ore was put through the concen trators. What has become of the Litter ? Md why ase the assays not published ? What did the concentrate...

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JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

Junior Cricket. [By Point.] ? The Junior Association meeting comes off to-night, in the Mayor's Courtroom, which I expect will be crowded. There are two trophies to be presented, one for the best batting average, by Captain Evans to J. Richardson of the Union Jack, and one to ' Brick ' Creese for the beBt bowling^ average, bv Mr. Qawne. Captain (Tirana will preside. ^- — -^ The Eokeby Club wishes to join the association. The Junior Association committee are writing to the trustees of the North Hobart Ground. I think it would be better for them to spend a few pounds on their own ground, and make a pitch which they will have a claim to, and then go on improving it as their funds will allow.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 September 1893

FtiOTBALL Notes. [Br Ruck.] The following are the results of the Victorian premiership matches played last Saturday: — Essendon 4.8, Geelong 8.10; Melbourne 2.7, St. Kilda2.6; South Mel bourne 10 7, Carlton 6.5; Fiteroy 4.5, Williamstown 4.8; Richmond 6.9, IVirt Melbourne 6.6. . At the meeting of the Northern Football: ; Association, held on Monday evening hist, the Citv Club presented a memorial nravincr that umpire Wilson might be removed, alleging his incompetently to fill the poBi tion. It is abnOBt needless to state that the committee refused to 'sack' the um pire. A letter was received by the committee of the N.T.F.A. on Monday evening signed by several gentlemen, complaining of the unfair practice indulged in by players ebouting, waving their hands, and other wise trying to bluff a player who is attempt ing to kick a goal. The oommittee decided to treat such action foi the future as a mis demeanor. It is to be hoped that the S.T.F.A. committee will make a note of this. ? A. r...

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