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CRICKET IN 1892-93. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Cricket in 1892-93. The cricket season in Australia is practi cally concluded j in fact it has closed so far as first-class cricket is concerned. Looking at it from the broad Australian standpoint, it luis been a most remarkable and success ful season, in some respects the finest ever known in the iinnals of the game in these colonies. Noth withstanding the bursting of bogus banks, the tightness of the money market, and the general depression exist ing in iudustriiil circles, the public patron age acconled cricket has been phenomenally great, and much in excess of all previous records. The match played at Adelaide by New South Wales led off by drawing a multitude of people, far in excess of that lttractud by any other similar match. The industrial depression had played sad havoc with the pockets of the Melbourne people, and the city looked almost at forlo nas it was described; still, despite all this, the people were drawn in thousands, and another record was broken. The coffers of ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

n (5L$@m$¥. 'But «tlU bis tonguenn on, And, with its everlasting olaok, Set nil men's ears upon the rook,'— HopiEBie. The cablegranuner is at it again— if not he, somebody else, The basis of settle went in the proposed Boards of Concilia tion Bill now before the House of Com mons is the' substitution for the Shipping Federation of a labor bureau, consisting of independent employers and workmen, to be flpntrolled by the Board of Trade. ' In aependent employers and workmen' is too good, too far-fetched— in fact, unknown people on this terrestrial spheroid. In the Cameron r. Davies libel case the Solicitor-General said, ' The Uereury oir culated in the other colonies, and was also sent home to England, where plaintiff had a son au officer in the Lancers, and who with his I friends might hear of it.' Just fancy! Bather rough on the poor officer ! The friends would not mind. Adye's 'yarn' would be thoroughly enjoyed. The liquor again ! He's not upon the list. A whisper is borne upon the ...

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BOB FITZSIMMONS (NEW ZEALAND AND AMERICA) V. JIM HALL (AUSTRALIA.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

BOB FITZSIMMONS (NEW ZEALAND AND AMEEICA) V. JIM HALL (AUS TRALIA.) The matoh between Jim Hall and Bob Fitzsimmons for the Middle Weight Championship of the World and the largest amount of prize money ever contested for —namely, 40,000dol. (.£8000) and a stake of 10,O00doL a side— was fought on Wednes day, 8th March, at the Crescent City Athletic Club, New Orleans. In order to constitute hunselt an American citizen, Fitzsimmons had taken out papers of naturalisation. The arena in which the fight took place was a huge octagon nearly 300 feet in diameter. All round were tiers of seats rising in the form of an amphi theatre to a height of over 24 feet, while out from the walls above those seats -jhere projected a broad gallery capable of accom modating many more spectators. Alto gether the building afforded sitting room for some 12,000 persons. It was illumin ated by electricity. Betting at the start slightly favored Hall. At 9 o'clock Hall entered the ring, followed by Mitchell, Jack ...

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PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLERS. WHAT THEY COST. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

PflOFESSIONfltSfyOl baiiers.;;- ^ *? WHAT THEY OO/3T. A case of some interest t$ J-rpf egaipnaj footballers %bs tried in the ;:' WoSlwloH County^Gourt recently when a tofcrfessional footballer named -George Dane sued the Arspnal Football Club committee for a sum ofinoney, but JjiajLiiwtthe day, '?*The press W4« pretty evenly divided on the jnerite of, tQMsasei but, if anything, {there -is a pre pondeirance of sympathy for the plaintiff .' TkB professionals all »!»£, and jnanv amatenw, declare that WmPtttffflgR1 decision their agreements ate not worth the paper they are inscribed upon. The matter created such excitement amongst the foot ballers at home that a representative of SI, James't Gazette was despatched to in terview Davie. The following conversation took place : — Davie, in reply to the reporter said 'In Ootober, 1891, Mr. William B. JaokBon, the chairman of the Arsenal Club, was going his rounds to try and pick up talent, and came to Glasgow. I was recommended to him by a D...

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AUSTRALIAN BOXERS IN AMERICA. JOE GODDAED (AUSTRALIA) AND ED. SMITH (AMERICA). [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Australian Boxers in America. JOE GODDARD (AUSTRALIA) AND ED. SMITH (AMERICA). The fight between joe Goddaid and Ed. Smith took pUuse at the Olympio Club, New Orleans, on Friday, 8rd March, for a purse of 10,000 doL The contest had evoked a great deal of interest, and the attendance was large, the spectators numbering 6000. Goddard scaled at 12 st. 12 lb., and Smith at 13 st, 3 lb. j? or Ijuu utbij six ruuuus iiuu iulu iuh best of it generally, and at the finish of that round both men were only just able to stand. In the seventh Goddard came up weak, and though very heavy fighting took place with both men, Smith did the most busi ness. From the 14th and 17th, though both men were weak, there was some furious fighting at times, but ''honors ' remained about even. Eighteenth and Last Bound. — Smith rushed at Goddard wickedly, and landed on his neck, repeating the performance a moment afterwards. Goddard replied with a blow on Smith's neck. Smith caught Goddard on the jaw, and fol lowi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

BEST'S Cosi-umes BEST'S Costumes if MADE i||0BPER. -J{ Fit and Sty^^uaranteed. Jlaterials thej?|||jpeBt in Hobart. Serges, 9£d, Is, single width Is lid, 2b 3d, 2s 6d, double ditto Guaranteed All Wool, This Handsome Costume as per sketch below is made by us for the moderate sum of 45s 6d. It can be made of a very large variety of mate rials, such as — ' ' I Cable Serges I Silk Epingles I French Foules I Tasnianian Tweeds I Amazon Cloth I Turban Checks I Whipcords I Embossed Crepons I Black or Colored Oashme»e i etc., etc. I I I Price only 45s 6d, made to order, and 'f if necessary completed in 48 hoars. ^ Ladies wishing to have this cos tume who reside in the country can have patterns and measurement / form by return post, and we can also | make from a good fitting bodice with ! length of skirt if that were more con- . venient to send. ? The Trimmings we put on any of the materials mentioned above are either Beaver, Sable, Astrachan, Silk Rucking, or Worsted Trimming. The selection o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND, ? ? Oomeo again to the rescue, and is deter mined that the Laboring Classes shall be represented in the Butchering Trade, and asks them to oall,at j DILLON'S ARCADE, Elisabeth-street, Where he has .provided for them tne very i best WHOLESOME MCTTOtf tor this I week at 8d. per lb. by taking the side. T. DILLON i Intends to interview the Farmers through- j out the lenjfth and breadth of Tasmania, to j co-operate with them as to the isale of J sheep and cattle, so that the poor may tide I over these times of depression. ALFRED PERRY, Furniture Broker, f\. Valuator, and Commission Agent. Address .-Care Westbrook Bros., C6llinB-st. HE CHEAPEST BUTCHER In Hobart FOR PRIME MEAT IS THE NEW ZEALAND BUTCHERY. Cambridge Sausages a Treat. 98 MURRAY-STREBT. C. J. Priest, HAISDRESSBB, IS5 ELIZABETH-BTREET. N.B.— Best Brands of Tobaooo, Cigars, and Cigarettes. Also, Large Stock of Pipes. I W. Verrell, I NEW ZEALAND CIGAE DIVAN, 55, ELIZABETH-STREET. Best Brands of Tobaccos a...

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SPORT TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Sport Tit. »Bits. In a obese tournament of sir eeleoted players in London last month, Blaokbume ealneofiE victorious with a score of 81. The sopond place was IJ&A by Mason, Tinsley, and LefohmBim, who scored 8 each. During the late AJ.C. meeting the winning mounts were pretty well distri buted among the jockeys. There were fti Mow,: in which Hodson, E. Huxley, P. White, uardiner, Ja. uarru, ana xierney had two wins each, whilst each of the fol lowing were successful once :— G. Williams, B, Kennedy, Luckman, J. Hayes, F. Fielder, H. Watson, J. Gough, P. Kennedy, Uolan, Pearson, 0. Lewis, and J. Fielder. 'The PrbphetV'tips in last issue of Tie Clipper were phenomenally successful, 'The Prophet' has --huB4nadequlte a re putation as a tipster. Young Walton, the clerk of the course, performed his duties at Elwick last Satur day well. If Jaok is not careful he will hare to follow in the footsteps of his pre daoessor and forsake the pigskin through being overburdened with too much ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Jas. Sargeant, STOCK AND SHAREBROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, desires to inform his town and country friends that he has STAETED DOING BUSINESS as above and will be pleased to receive commissions. Address, HOBART eCOCK EXCHANGE or 85 Murray street. Royal Aromatic Condition Food for HORSES, CATTLE, FOWLS, PIGS, &c. Secured an Award Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. IN BAGS ONLY, 8s 6d. None Genuine without our Trade Markand Title. Manufactured by W. BOON & CO. 10 ABGYLE-STJ1EET, Hobart. GAS ENGINE FOE SALE, very cheap, 4-rnan power. Apply Paton and o'Brien, Clipper office. GO TO THE TURKISH BATHS, HARRINGTON-STREET. OPEN FEOM 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Robert Jackson, THE PEOPLE'S LITEEAEY PABULUM and POCKET FEIEND, 3 T3TILL STUDYING HIS FEIENDS' INTERESTS, (BOTH IN KEEPING THEM WELL INFORMED WITH FULLEST SPORTING NEWS ' ami supplying it at Lowest Prices. SPOET1NG STANDARD ... 3d. EEFBEEE ' ? 4d. i SPORTSMAN ? 3d. : AUSTRALASIAN ? 6d. i CLIPPER ? id. ', 102 LIVERPOOL-BTREET. HE. BRETT, ...

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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

fREE SPEE6H. It has come to the knowledge of the Rev. I. K. M'Intyre that there is much gambling in the city. Of course the rev. gentleman has no actual knowledge of these facts, for no man can taunt him with ever feasting or keeping company with publicans and sinners. Having heard that gambling is earned on, and like wise that tobacconists' shops were the general rendezvous of such gam blers, he is satisfied that it must be so, and away he hies to the Uuiet Magis trate, and. requests that that gentleman 6hould give forth an edict that all men so congregated together to un lawfully play at dice, bowls, and cards should be run in. A big con tract for the Mayor to enter upon, and being a man of some experience he wants a few facts from the rev. of the cloth as to where he is to begin, whom to start with. Strange that Mr. M'Intyre should be so unwise !to commence bis crusade, without well authenticated facts and witnesses ; yet such proved to be the case, and now he is no doubt scourin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

DRESSMAKING Establishment. Noel White AND CO.'S SPECIALTIES :'1for Aunrtm and WIJNTER SEASON. COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit and in the latest style, in 30/' Howespnns, Meltons, Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, Foulcs, Beige, etc., etc. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made, in any of following materials, Plain and Fancy Navy and Black SergeB, Bengalihes, English and 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diago Net cash, nale, Corduroy Amazon Cloths, Cashmeres, Home spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, etc., etc. A marvel for style and price. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Silkspot Cheviots, CotilleB, Epingles, Croco dile and Flake effects in Tweeds and Homespuns, 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas, Net cash. Navy and Black Serges. Best French Cashmeres in all leading shades. All Wool Robing, German Robes, embroidered, etc., etc. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Velonr-de-Russe, shot effects, English and Scotch Tweeds, all wool, Diagonals, Amazon Cloth, 59/6 Si!k and Wo(jl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

I' ; and t j Vl\Ub\MJ i 123 LIVERPOOL-STREET We have not entered into business t f \ the sake of losing money. ?* WE DON'T SELL our Goods a*f ' LESS THAN COST PRICE, I nor expect the public to believe we dfli . WE DON'T BUY ANYTHING* that is not in the first instance v i GOOD HONEST ARTICLE! and in the second, at a P Price which will Command 1 Ready and Extensive Sale. ? We therefore D DON'T SELL RUBBISH. J We are not Manufacturer!! nor yet m Wholesale Merchants f selling at Retail Prices. { ' We don't ask the public to belip| anything : but to | INSPECT AND COMPAR] ' FOR THEMSELVES. ;' Flaws & Williami ' Flaws & Willia£n| Our , HOSIERY j GLOVES I CORSETS ?*! TRIMMINGS fc HABERDASHERY Si UNDERCLOTHING CALICOES fe FLANNELS ft FLANNELETTES k LININGS !« SHIRTINGS I SHEETINGS i MANTLES { JACKETS h MILLINERY *i DRESSES f«' RIBBONS .-*? LACHS je etc., etc. 1. Our Prices in [ Dresses and Dress'' making, p 2f taking into consideration Style a-:s Workmanship, 'p Defy Comparis...

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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

MUSINGS. [By Jacques.] There are those who say the work ing man is responsible for the present trouble and depression, and that if he suffers in person he has himself to thank. It would be more fair and just to put the blame on the whole community and their representatives. There has been for years a policy of besting and grab, which has developed into the Parliamentary log-rolling, obbery, and corruption, which again is the more immediate cause of the present want of trade, work, credit and cash. The continual scramble for public works, in the interest of constituents, lowered the character of Parliament, made possible the ex travagant purchase of the M.L. Rail way, with its surrounding scandal, wherein individuals got interested, instead 01* constituents, and that again brought about the syndicate session, when public property and lights were freely and recklessly given away to liberal -handed gentlemen round the corner. w » » The syndicate session produced the syndicate scandals,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Belle Vue Races, A SATURDAY NEXT. f FIRST KACE STARTS AT 2.15. »i Special Train will leave Hobart Station - for the Course at 1.45. ' 'Buses leave Walch's Corner. -'. \ T- * HobartJUhletic n Club, - COLLINS-STREET 5- ? n Under the Superintendence of 11 Harry Pearce, ' WILL BE OPENED ABOUT NEXT|| ' TUESDAY FOR PUPILS. le Terms Moderate. ILj White Brothers, t FAMILY BUTCHERS, Icl Elizabeth-street and Montpdlier-road. Lb PRICES TO MEET THE TIMES. j^ - All orders carefully and punctually at-{ ^ tended to. ? 3 City Band. fc. ? n- THEATRE ROYAL, SUNDAY EVENINGpr Commencing 8.30 p.m. K GRAND SACRED CONCERT. j Special propfiauinie of gems by the great masters. Collection at doors. The Band * reserves the right to refuse admission to any individual. Entrance at stall doors. '; \ ? Conductor, T. W. HOPKINS. tal COUTHERN TASMAN1AN FOOTBALL^, O ASSOCIATION. lJt The ANNUAL MEETING will be held1?1 at the Town Hall on Monday, 24th inst., at lV 8 p.m. Sir Lambert Dobson has kindly-os consented to p...

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LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Labor Notes. Mi*. R. C. Brown, upon being elected president of the Employers' Union, at the meeting of the executive committee of that body on Tuesday, April 11th, saj-s the Age, gave expression to his views on the future of the union and its work. He stated that he believed the union was aesunea to ue or great benefit to employers, and more particularly with reference to the conciliation question. The time was opportune to make a sincere and earnest attempt to obtain a method for the settlement of trade disputes without resort to such babarisms as strikes and lockouts. Hitherto he had in clined to the beleif that compulsory arbitration was an impossibility, but since reading Nova Scotia Arbitration Act his view6 had been modified, and he was almost led to think that in this act might be found an efficient provision to deal effectually with both employers and employees who might stand out from the award of duly appointed arbitrators. Perhaps this act would not meet all cases, it onl...

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T.R.C. RACES. AUTUMN MEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

T.R.C. Races. AUTUMN MEET. The Autumn Meeting of the Tasmanian Racing Club was held at Elwick last Satur day, and proved an unqualified success in every respect. The heavy rain which fell the night previous damped the ardor of a good many sports, but the weather cleared in the morning, and was all that could he desired. This being the case the attendance was quite equal to that of former years, and included the Adminis trator (Sir Lambert Jk-bson) and suite. The City Band, under Mr. Hopkins, played a choice selection of music on the lawn during the afternoon, and added much to the enjoyment of the proceedings. Mr. J. Clayden, the well-known caterer of Bel lerive, had charge of all the refreshment bars, and did good business. Mr. C. H. Westwood, Secretary to the Club, was the busiest man on the course, having all his energies concentrated in making things go smoothly. Appended are the results of the dn.v'8 rfl/-it»€r TEIJX STAKES, 0f40suvs. One mile. Mr J. If. Corran's blk h Horefiel...

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D.R.C. REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

O.R.C. REGATTA; The Derwent Rowing Club annual regatta is to take place this afternoon and promises to be a great success. The entries which closed last Tuesday night are as follow : — Maiden Sculls, A** I 1 mi 111 a Mrtii 1 lia ft ♦ 1-Tnv-flis*n r\ Kniillcj ?L'l 1'VU.UlU *Jk^L4.ilR} V| J - TUB II I 1 1 fTIJ f KJl^U-*J.|3| 10 ; Ladies' Purse, 3 ; Junior Fours, 3; Scratoh Fours, 3. The Handicap Sculls should prove a very exciting race. The result will probably be : — C. Lord 1, W. Duncan 2, F. Mac donald 3. In the four-oared races Macdonald's crew should win the Purse, Rule's crew the Junior Fours, and Whitlock's crew the Scratch Fours. In ali races the crews are so evenly matched that it will be very hard to pick the winner.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS. TRIUMPH OF THE LABOR PARTY. THE NATIONAL "ASS" AND THE YOUNG "ASS" DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

South Australian Elections. TRIUMPH OF THE LABOR PARTY. THE NATIONAL 'ASS' AND THE YOUNG 'ASS' DEFEATED. Last Saturday the South Australian elections took place. The weather was bad, but, despite the dampness, enthusiasm ran high. Of the mem bers of the last House who offered themselves for re-election, 34 have been returned. Twelve candidates will take their seats for the first time. The Government suffered two severe blows by the defeat of the Treasurer (Mr. Rounsevell) and tho Commissioner of Public Works (Mr. Grayson). The Labor Party have achieved a great victory, sending eight men to the poll for the Lower House, only one of them (Mr. Adams, at Sturt) having suffered a defeat, and certainly not disgraced, as the polling was bidding fair to be a dead. heat. As is always the case where labor goes to the poJl, it did not require cabs and canvassers to bring the voters, they came forward in a mighty torrent, and in almost every instance the number of votes the winning labor men do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

Printing of every kind exe cuted at ' The Clipper' Office, Eldon Chambers, 16 Elizabeth street. Our work is acknow ledged to be unequalled in Tasmania. Paton & O'Brien, Proprietors.

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ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

ANTICIPATIONS. [Bt ' The Owl.'] Judging by the splendid entries re ceived the T.T.C. Autumn Meeting should prove a thorough success. Apart from the usual complement of bookmakers the club will work three totalisators, so that punters will have every convenience for backing their fancy. In looking over the handi caps I farcy the chances of the follow ing horses : — Hurdle Race — Ardee or Kimberley, Blackthorn next best. Handicap — Pauline, Bischoff, Silver cord ; Red Rover dangerous. Steeple chase — Powell's elect, All Fours, Leo. All-aged Stakes— Rapidfire (if backed by the stable), Macgregor, Atabi. Trial Stakes — Powell's elect, Louise, Music. Maiden Hurdle — Green Isle, Telephone, Jack-in-Green.

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