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CRICKET. [BY POINT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

Cricket. i TBv Point.! The Junior Association moe;ing, which: was held on Saturday night last, was a groat success. Captain Evans managed; thy meeting well, and gave the Juniorsj some good advice. , . ' ? ; The secretary of the Junior Association' b;id in bed with tho measles. '. There will be several trophies for the: coming season. i Mr. Hood's trophy will be worth going for j it is valued at about ten guineas. ? Hicha^vdson and Crease not at modting to! receive 1 heir trophies. i It is doubtful whether the New Town' Juniors are going to join the Association. ; Junior committee meetings start at once. Plenty of work in store for them. : One of the first things they should do is to start the matches as soon as possible, and not leave it too late in finishing up. The following grounds ought to be ready by the first Saturday in October : West Hobart, Beilerive, Glenorchy, Rokeby, and. the Hollow. i

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

Football Notes. [Br Rook.] Launcestonjeasily defeated south Laun ceston last Saturday by 6.13 to 2.5. The following are the results of matches1 played in Melbourne on Saturday last : — ; Gssendon 6.8, Fort Melbourne 3.5 ; Fitzroy 6.7, South Melbourne 6.8 ; Melbourne 8.10, Carlton 3.7; Richmond 4.6, Collingwood: 4.5) Williamstown 7.9, North Melbourne1 2.2 ; Geelaug 5.10, Footscrj,y 3.S. South Adelai 'e drew with tbjj Ports on. the Adelaide Oval on Saturday iifterooon. Former kicked 6 goals 10 behiads, the latter 6 goals 6 belli nds. This game settles the question of premiership, the South being the premiers for 1893, Nor wood second and the Ports third. The Fitzroy v. Hobart match proved a another win for Hobart, who scored their only goals during their first quarter, having everything their own way j but on the changing of ends the tables wore com pletely turned, Fitzroy making a splendid nlly, and playing a good uphill game, they: munaged during the last three quarters toi scors 3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

1 ? I A Letter I A Letter I 1 A Letter 1 I HE EXCLAIMED. __^_ I I opened that letter and glanced over th e H contents; the unfolded sheet of paper 9 dropped from my hands You can imagine B mv diswmointment when I found it was H only a circular of that follow PLAISTEE'S | explaining the Wonderful Bargains ho has g opened for tbe Spring. Hats for the old, J Hats for the young, Hal s for the daughters, fl Hats for the son. I eipoet the young lady M wiis surprised at tho prices, taking into g consideration the extra tariff. My goods B are cheaper this season than last, having g bought in much larger quantities. 6000 S Boys' Galatea Hats with ribbon bands, H from 9d. each, Boys' Boaters from Is., g Gents' Boaters Is. 6d., Infants' Bonnets in M silk very cheap, Children's Silk Hats and H Bonnets, a splendid assortment, some of SJj the prettiest goods I havo ever seen, just g opened and marked off at a low figuie 3s. | lid., 4s. lid., 7s. lid., Ss. lid., 3s. 6d., | 10s. 6d. I HURRY ! HURRY...

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BOXING. MILLER V. BAXTER. MILLER GOES OUT IN THE SIXTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

?2kufflm.^iti MILLER V. BAXTER. | MLLLJSR. GPES. ...pjjT J#.:..THB 1 ..- SIXTH RQtTtfB. ;, .,.,! '?'piiore was a very large attendance a(j th'I Hobart Athletic Club on. WbAhes^fty; evening'laBb- when Harry MUler and1 Jim; ?Baiter met to box the beat of 15 rounds! ; Prior fco en#*geinent coming iqff Dan Lyons and Steve Wright had .*, friendly .go : of fbu'i1 rounds. D.m. git »U over his 'opponent. At1 9.45 Hatty 'Miller Appeared ' in the iSag,. in company with D»)ve- Plant and; O. JtfurpUy, Jto i Baxter following w-th Harry Panmn in hi*R mrnor. It was inutuallv. agreed upon that Mr. W. 4- Guesdori 'should be referee, and M. Jno. 'Evans was ??appointed timekeeper, Mr. W. I kin check. These preliminaries having been settled .the men donned the gloves which were 4oz, the very set tb*t George Dawson, now in America, and Burgo box«d aforty nitte-rouild draw Ih Sydney, Both Miller and Barter werein the pink- of 'condition, &nd Kvhen time Was oallod were smartly to their feet. , Mil...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

Bill's notions. - \ [Bt Mourn] Wot a gi'atid -anjep.ee. they ad at ther exherbition builfliu ther other nile. My! don't folks* go the cheap pelebratione ; an the»e ere ard times pinch so that if they want fun they aw ter get et at a loe figer. bill an me got a shareholder'* tiket an we enjoyed ourselvs, ine-fcy-the-inueic an bill by parsin remarks about folks, e got up a grumble wen e erd the, urn mm corussea e tnort it was ter be a spellin bee an that their ummin was a turn iu ther exnrbition buildin iu ter a bee ive — an wen i sed ov course its a ive of industry an then e sed your a bloomin smarty you are, cause bill dont like no one to av a pinion but im. Wen i went to schuul i erd that ther mills ov ther gods grind slowly (it used ter be in ther copy book) but our Mill hes ground is singing corn inter fine flowere in purty (smart time au es got out a flood of armony as orter float im ter ther appy arbour of success. An then ther 'Sweet and Lo,' as bill ses, an eg ad a musecal ed...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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PALMISTRY. THE FIRST PHALANX. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

PALMISTRY. THE FIRST PHALANX. : The first phalanx of the fingers, or that on which the nail grows, is. supposed to belong to the divine! world on account of its being so far' removed from the hand, which de-; notes the material ; and it gives an; ideal or spiritual aim to whatever qualities the finger on which it is found represents. ? : In consequence of this doctrine an index finger, technically known ag Jupiter, : having the first phalanx longer than the others of the same finger, denotes a tendency to direct control, purely for the love of order and justice. If, on the .contairy, the first phalanx is shorter than the others it will no longer be for love of justice, but for the end indicated by the longest phalanx of that, finger. If the first phalanx of the middle finger (Saturn) is longer than the others it signifies wisdom and love of science for its own sake. On the third finger (Apollo) a long first phalanx indicates love of art for art itself, for all that it offers that is...

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TWITTERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

- TWIfTEfHNCSr ?'?- . I ' . BT! ▲ H0BA!BT SpiiEEOW. ? ' ' ' The Sultan and I were flying alpng q ide by side, and 'we he&rd sundry chirps, in which the wordi ' Government,' 'unem- ployed,' were repeated vigorously. 'What are th^at. Hard CasV-aaid the Button. 'Can't. teU,' twitUrod I, 'let's fly over and hear.' The air fairly re sounded with chirp, chirp, ohirp, from the tr*ei in Macquarie-street square: there were tome hundreds of sparrows all trying to be heard at once, but 'poor aun,' 'un- employed,' 'Wait Coast,' ?' cottages,' 'toSe,' 'taxation,' were the only words we could make out, We flew right amongst them. At the eight of us there wai a dead silence, fer we were well known, and I may add respected. ' What's up maties P ' chirped the Sultan. 'Oh, we were just holding a Parliament and talking about the - Incapable* ' at the House.' ' Don't call John Henry an incapable if you pleaie,' ' interposed the Sultan; 'a Samaritan once fell amongst thieves.' 'You're right,', oh...

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THE ABORICINES OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

The Aborigines of Van Oiemen's Land. Chiefly extracted from a voluminous report of a committee appointed by Lioutenaut Govemor Arthur to ascertain, if possible, the cause of the enmity of the aborigines towards the white people, and to suggest the best mode of removing them from the island.^Supplied by H.V.OH. In November, 1824, a body of natives came peaceably into Hobart Town, and the Governor, Colonel Arthur, begged that the. utmost kind ness might be manifested towards them until arrangements could be made by Government for accommo dating them. This body of natives were sent over to Kangaroo Point, where they continued without re straint for nearly two years, and there they were liberally supplied with food and clothing. TlnB kindness, however, had not the desired effect, for in 1826 a murder was committed by two of them, who were tried in the Supreme Court and sentenced to death, which sentence was carried into execution on the 16th September, 1826. After this time they came no...

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POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

rlodfaiwEs.' ;/A most uneventful {Mmk- Talk galore, but little prograsiMide. :; T|ie Income Tax an{L|?j)Jice Oen trab'satioiy'ip, after un^fiifwoing pro tracted di|on88ions in oMop^ttee, both now under ^onaideratipn pf amend ment and third reading,^''- Th% 6eryjjtember fop^ressy fought his logins bSiJfi toiiJiB death— and yet Sol exactlywrrhe death either, for he informed hon, members on Wednesday,5 '-to' 'their consternation, that he '; niust hayjB- something,- more lo say' yet' — having previously, metaphorically, shaken 'hisfioHn the Assembly face, exclaiming, . ' You mistake your man. in ine if you 'think I am going to be stopped in this way ; however much you may object to my prattle, I have the right to speak, and I will exercise it,' etc., etc. In the Income Tax Bill, the pro posal to include ' bonuses ' on : life policies among the .exemptions was carried on a division, but Col. St. Hill's proposal to allow every man insuring his life to deduct from his income the amount ann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

TTAVE been made by judicious invest ' .nien^.inLan^ , , { ; t BELTANA, The North Shore of Hobart. Allotments, 60 I 180, X10 j 60 z 200, £20. O4HPw^'P?*u*;-B(/leposl-)[and £1 p«r month, pojnterost., jPlanpand particulars, T . M-1=JL,OIL»M , Land agent ? ? ( I #oo#8 Cl»atiibera,: ? r i . ^LtgAJt,l^'grjSmf!^ HQBAfiT, House, Land, and Commission Agents 61 COLLINS-STREET, HOBART, Rents and Debts collected. Properties managed under- person jilmiperrision. Loans negotiated .bji UeasonlMe toriiifli vBafe In vestment on sound security for deposits to any amount. Mining Stocks bought and sold on commission. Hotels. fe. M'Hugh (Late of Launpestpn) ..... Intimates to his friends and tHe public tUat he has takpn the oommedious ' '? CORNWALL HOTEL, CORNER OP ABGTLE A CJOLLINS STS. None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. . . :, . Eady's ???;: FEDEEAli HOTEL, Ltt'EEPOOL - ST. 'W. eaDT be&s TolrdTipy t6 his FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENER ALLY THAT ftE HAS TAKEN THE ABOYE WELL-ENOWN tt...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

ScKsHS k [Snomk.] ||_ Sharejpifgire begin^^^ indignait, and^l they #$ at the paltry returns |^n the Silver; Queen minM during tpi»';|past thp^-llweeks. Th|-3£ turns fqr law. week ^ereisini ply ridj||lpu8 inf :fw»%f the ^eppr^E that hjp||%een »Beiyelli duAgg the.pre^ matter may be capable of explana tion, Imt why is the explanation not given ? For some reason that de mands an explanation also no assays have been published again for last week's work. At the last half-yearly meeting Mr. Dobbie asked why 60 little first-class ore was being raised from the mine. Perhaps now that he is on the directorate and iu a position to. do 60 he will state why no first class ore at all has been raised during the past fortnight. Owing to the mystery that surrounds the matter .shares have commenced to steadily decline in value. I strongly advise holders not to part with their in terests. New discoveries of ore are still being made on the West Coast. Nickel has been found at the Pimple, nearDundas, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

THE WERtHEl M SEWING MACHINES, 6* LIVERPOOL STREET. GAS ENGINE FQR SALE, very Cheap, 4-man power. Apply Patxtoi and o'Brien, Clipper office. b, c. ?. uvn n/s. SOLICITOR, Etcl, Stone Buildings, Mic^uarje-st,, Hobart S. Wade Cower, PICTUBE-FRAME MAKER & PICTUEE DEALER, 66: MURRAY-STEEET. Importer of Gilt and Ebonisod Pier Glasses Picture-Frames and Glass Show-Casos made on the shortest notice. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER 74 MURRAY STREET. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Risby Bros., TIMBER MERCHANTS, The Cheapest Plaoe in (he City for all sorts of Building Materials. ' HOBART. ? *jpEA DB LUXE. Cosniocapelion Blend of Tea is the finest possible. It holds the premier position in Tasmania, and its steadily increasing sale proves it to be the Finest Tea in. the market. Tea DrinJ.ers 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 money. Sold only for Cash, 2s. p...

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FREE SPEECH. REPUBLICAN STABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

FREE SPEECH'.. : REPUBLICAN STABILITY. Is it a chimera or only dull, asinine education that leade the average man from almost the beginning of the race to dole upon a king, to desire a ruler? Mankind in the aggregate too lacking of energy to undertake the responsi bility of government willingly saddled themselves with kings. And to thin | day, despite the fact dial Britain i found the yoke of royalty, that ruled the nati hi and fought battles only to aggrandise or satisfy petty pride, too galling (o bear, and so shunted the regal office into the inactive era of what the nation has been pleased to call limited monarch j, we are in duty bound to bow in adoration to all the shibboleth of royalty, and out of fulsome loyalty to confess tliat on it hangs the well-being of society and the progress of commerce, industry, and the arts and sciences — all due not to the increased facilities of a moie enlightened age that has de prived that royalty of its power to retard civilisation by keeping...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

For Sydney (Direct^ FAKES AND FEEMHTS GBEATLY REDUCED. The New and Favorite S.S. .'TAMBO' Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, TUESDAY, September 26, at 7 p.m. Saloon Passengers— Twenty Shillings (20s.) PoreOablnPassengenH-Ten Shillings (10s.) Fruit (per bushel case)— Sixpence (6d.) Oeneral Goods— Five Shillings (6b.) per ton (weight or measurement at ship's option.) From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS PASSENGER S. S. ' C00GEE,' Leaves Launoeston Wharf EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) P ABES— Saloon, 30s; Return, 50s. Fore-Cabin, 20s j Return, 30s. Launcebton Agents: The Taamanian Woolgrowers' Agenoy Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). HOBABT OFFICES : Lower Davey-street. HUDDAST, 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 Tasmania, New Zealan...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each Mid everj mortal hour it lasts, in Miie muu er; the infinite hubbub unelackened. The -member for Evandale, who has earned for himself the sobriquet of Von Beetroot by his steady affection for the saccharine tuber, ha« a con temporary advocate in the Victorian Legislative Assembly (Mr. J. Hariis) who has submitted a motion to tliat House that a bonus of £5000 be offered by the State for the production of the first 500 tons of beet sugar grown in the colony. Mr. A N. Pearson, the Victorian agricultural chemist, is of opinion that with properly selected1 seed and other im provements in the mode of cultivation that there is practically no doubt that a yield of 6000 to 8000 1b. of sugar per acre could be counted upon. An expert in the manufacture of beet sugar says that hit company is pre pared to erect the necessary machinery, provided that farmers of any particu lar district will grow beetroot. It is, however, questionable whether they will be enticed to do so, as m...

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LATEST HOBART BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

LATEST HOBAJIT BETTING.! There is very little 4°ing in the betting market in Hobart. CAULFIELD CUV. ' For the Caulfield Cup Jeweller is an . established favorite, 100 to 9 having 'leon taken three times, while 100 to 8 liu uoan taken each about Donation and Division. Brockleigh has eased in the market, 100 to 7 being on offer without loading to busi ness. 100 to 6 was uooepted about Mtiolo's chance, and Fulhani was on offer at the 'same price. Fortunatus and Paris would be backed at 100 to 4, but 100 to 6 is the best offer. Harefield is on offer at 100 to I, but backers fight shy. THE VICTORIA DERBY. For the Derby Patron is favorite, 250 to 60 having been laid about him, while 200 to 20 was accepted about Solanum. Pro octile is friendless at 10 to 1 offered, but Delaware received a little support at 100 to 10. Backers seemed rather shy of Car nage, but would take 100 to 8. MELBOURNE OCF. For the Melbourne Cup 100 to 9 was taken about Loyalty, while The Admiral received genuine suppo...

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COLEBROOK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

COLEBROOK RA.CING CLUB. The programme of the Spring Meeting of the Colebrook Racing Club appears in out advertising columns. A permit has been granted the club, which makes its bow with a very attractive bill of fare, over ?ix events, th« sum of JE23S being dis bursed The principal item on the pro gramme is the Colobrook Steeplechase of 60sovs., the next in importance being the Colebrook Plate, of COsovs. Other events are Handicap Hurdle of 40sovs., Trial Stakes of 20bov»., Trial Steeplechase of 40 sovs., and AU-nguil Stake* of 25bovs Norai- , nations will be roueived up till October 10, weights declared October 24. Entries for Trial Stakes clos-i Octobtr 81. : All ooiu- . munioations ' to be addressed Mr. John ! Brain, the ewretury, Jerusalem. ' \

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THE TURF. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

The Turf. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING. The Spring meeting of tho Australian Jockey Club was ushered in at Bandwiok lut Saturday, when glorious weather pre vailed. The attendance numbered about 10,000. Proceedings opened with the Hurdle Race, for which Bushlight was made favorite at 4 to 1. Uarzan was likewise a ctrong order, and always being one of the n'rst three, he came right away from his field at the finish, and won at his leisure. Pulvil was backed down to even money for the Trial Stakes but he cut up badly, the winner turning up in the Oup candi date, Jeweller, who experienced no diffi culty in silencing the field opposed to him. The failure of Pulvil was, however, nqt nearly such a blow to the crack stable as the immediately succeeding defeat and utter humilation of his relative, .the Derby favorite, Projectile, who, starting at 6 to 4 in a field of five, ran absolutely last, being hopelessly beaten at the home turn. A grand struggle resulted in Trenchant defeatin...

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HOBART PONY, GALLOWAY AND TROTTING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

HOBART PONY, GALLOWAY akd TROTTING ASSOCIATION. The following axe the handicaps for events to be run at the above on Saturday nert :— Midget Raoo.— Ginger, Set: Johnny Souter, 8st; Buffy, 8nt; Nuraet, 7st 71b ; Leo II., Cst 101b. Pony Trot.-Seneral, scratch; Minnie, 15»ec. beh. j Tiny, 20sec. beh. : Bobby, SOsec. beb. ; En choDtresB (late Bones), SOsee. bell. ; Tickler, Msec, beh. i Blackie, 70sec. beh. 'First Galloway Eaoe.— Lily S, lOst 31b ; Cloth of liold, 8fit 121b ; Mooner, 8at 121b; Killarney, 8st 7Ib ; Vanessa, 8»t 51b ; Old 'Un (late Valentine), 8st Sib ; Bend Or, 7st. Open Trot.— Denny Blake, scratch : Enchant ress (late Bouet), ecratoh ; Bobby, scratch ; Grass hopper, Sseo. beh. ; Daphne, 5sec. l»h. ; Metlora, lOscc. l-eh. ; Narrow {Huge, lOsec. beh. ; Minnie (Jeukiuis'), Msec. beh. ; Tickler, lSsec. bell. ; Hay, 20sec. beh.; Silver King, 20sec boh. ; Bed Mick, 25sec. beh : Blaclde, Msec. beh. Second Galloway Eace.— Lily 6, lOst ; Cloth of Gold, 8st 91b; Mooney. 8st 9 b; ...

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ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

AVTTOTPATTONS. TBt ' The 0wl.'1 I anticipate the following to be the ras'ult of the Bandwick Plate, run in Sydney to-day: — Loyalty oe Stepniak ... 1 Oxide ? 2 Camoola ? 3

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