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Mercantile Marine Certificates. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

Mercantile Marine Certificates. The ?' retren&hment ' craze which has affected all the colonies alike will leave many peculiar and startling anomalies. In New Zealand to effect a saving of £350 per annum, the Minister for Marine made arrange ments, in the begining of the year, for conducting examinations for masters' and mates' certificates, handing this important duty over to harbour masters and collectors of customs. As far as the 'written' papers are concerned, says the Nautical Magazine, the scheme might work, so long as the collector of Customs was provided with the answers. But, even then, would it not have been as well to employ, say, a carver and a gilder as examiner ? His spare time, whilst waiting for the candidates to bring up their papers, might have been utilised in making neat little frames for the extremely valuable certificates, when granted. At the very important port of Dunedin, however, matters Beem worse. Here, it appears, the collec tor of Customs is the...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

FOE WHOOPING COUGH, INFLIENZA, COLDS, COUGHS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS Etc., use 'PLATYPUS' EUCALYPTUS GL0BULUS EXTEAOT. Is, Bottles. . : For Bheumatisma ? ?? ? ? ? Chilblains.Chapped J? OF JjlUIlfij OGtUuSf J.B.. J.UX6a CAUTION.— Ask for 'Platypus' Eucalyptus Preparations, and don't be put off with any other brand. All others are imitations. ' THE TASMANIAN EUCALYPTUS OIL CO. LTD., 77 BATHUBST ST., HOBAET. 138 LEADENHALL ST., .B.C., LONDON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

To A. E. Plaister Go for your clothing for Hen's, Boys' aud Youths' if you wnut them to look up to date for a low liguro. Moil's Serge Goats, Us. Men's Regatta Shirts, with collars, Is. lid. Men's Under Shirts, Is. fid. ilen'& Working Skirls, Is. Ud. Men's Mole Punts, 43. fid. Men's Hard Kelts, 2s. fid. Men's Stitched Huts, Is. fid. Men's Linen Collars, 3d., Od. I Boys' Sailor Suits, 3s. I Boys' extra heavy Tweed Suits, 4s. fid. ' Boys' Brown Velvet Suits, trimmed, 7s. lid. ? Boys' Straw Hats, 6d. Boys' Braces, 4jd., fid. ' Boys' Shirts, from fid. Boys' White Shirts, 2s. lid. My Only Address — 95 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, THE PEOPLE'S BEAPEE, VTEW PRETTIES FOR EVERY HOME ! Mirror Letter Brackets ? 2s. Cd. Cup-and-Saueer Plush Brackets... 2s. 6d. Useful Ornaments on Plush ... 2s. 6d. Spills on Plush ? Is. 3d. Picture Easels ? Is. 3d. Fancv Mirrors ... ... ... Is. 3d. Feather Fans ? 2s. 6d. ROBERT JACKSON, Bookseller, etc., 102 LlVliRVOnL-STItKET. J. C. Tolman &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

H THE I WERTHEIM ? SEWING MACHINES, H 64. LIVEBPOOL STBEET. I P. C. ^Vbbott, H WATCHMAKEE AND JEWELLEB ? WATCHMAKEE AND JEWELLEE H i74 MUBBAY STBEET. H BEPAIBS A SPECIALTY. I Risby Bros., H TIMBER MERCHANTS, ^M The Cheapest Place in the City for all ^H sorts of Building Materials. H ? HOBART. ? I G. Schapke, ^H Watchmaker & Jeweller, ^M Engineer for Sewing Machines, ^H Musical Boxes, Guns, and all kinds of ^H Mechanical Works done on the ^M Premises. ? 59 MURRAY-STREET, HOBART. ? Shirley's Bakery, ^M 16 Liverpool-street. ^H Superior White Bread, free from adultora ^H tion. ^B (Wheaten Meal Bread a SpeoiaUty), ^H Delivered to all parts of the Town daily. ? SAM DUNLOP, ? TOBACCONIST, H LIVERPOOL-STREET. ^H Many years Guard on the Main Line ^H Railway. I John Bradley ^^M (member hobart stock exchange), STOCK AND SHAEE BEOKEE, ^^ Hobart Stock Exchange, ^fl ? Collins-street, Hobart. ? ^B pDWIN E. SAEGEANT, 971 Elizabeth ^H ?L' street, the Popular Watch Repairer ^H at Popular Pric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

I Flaws & Williams, H 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, I EVENING DRESSES ? EVENING DRESSES ? EVENING DRESSES ? VALUE EXTRAORDINARY ? VALUE EXTRAORDINARY ? VALUE EXTRAORDINARY I Flaws & Williams H TWEED COSTUMES ? TWEED COSTUMES ? TWEED COSTUMES ? SPECIAL PRICES ? SPECIAL PRICES ? SPECIAL PRICES H Flaws & Williams, ^1 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. ? Skating I Skating! ^| PALACE EINK. ^M EVEBY NIGHT, ^H And Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons. ^H Floormaster always in attendance. ^B CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE. ? J. DUTTON. ^m HAIRDEESSEE and TOBACCONIST ^H (late of Bourke-st., Melbourue), ^H has opened ^M No. 135 ELIZABETH-STEEET, ^H next Coekshutt's store. ^H Ladies' and Children's Hair carefully cut. ^H ? Girts One Tbial. ? ? REID & HARBORD H CONTRACTORS & JOINERS. H STAIRCASES A SPECIALITY ^| GLASS CASES, SHOP FITTINGS, ^B FRENCH POLISHING & JOBBING ^H Of all description done at the very ^M LOWEST BATES, ^M At | 215 ELIZABETH-STREET. rHE CASCADE BEEWEEY C0~ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

FAANCIS & RYAN, 12 3 ON 'CAUL-FIELD STAKES, CAULV1ELD GUINEAS, TOORAK HANDICAP, TO-DAY. TO-DAY. Result immediately event is over. S P O E T S 11 K N ! CALL AND SEE GEO. NETTLEFOLD, AT THE ROCK HOTEL, TO-DAY! CAULFIELD GUINEAS, STRAIGHT-OUT AND ONE TWO THREE. Theatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STREET, UOBABT. A. WILSON, Peopbietob. CITIZENS attend PUBLIC MEETING In TOWN HALL, On MONDAY NIGHT, 16th OCTOBEE, To discuss the following questions : — Elec- tion of Mayor by Citizens, Increase of Aldermen, Division of City into Ward6, and other important matters. Members of Parliament and Al ermen have promised to attend. J. HALL, Sec. Electoral Reform League. /COMBINED LABOR ELECTORAL v^ LEAGUE and Tasmauian Labor Federation Meetings aa follow :— Wharf, To-Moitow, 3 p.m., and Mechanics' Insti tute on Tuesday next, 8 p.m. Bunmees important. Political and Social Discussion. J. HALL, ) Hon. ________ W. RUSSELL, ] Sees. 'BLACKDINGO;77 AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN TALE. To be Published in the CLIPPE...

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Music and the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

Music and the Stage. [By Keino,] Monday brought a musical enter tainment, in -aid of St. Joseph's Church repair fund, at the Temper ance Hall, by popular amateuns, which, with the attractive distribu tion of gifts, drew a good audience together. Mazzinghi's trio, ' Ye shep herds,' belongs to a good school of English music, wliich deserves keep ing alive, and, sung by Messrs. Mulcahy, Roper, and O'Brien, ushered the concert in well. Miss Maher gave Jude's ' Castle Grate,' and Lindsay's ' Moravian Nuns ' duet with Miss Reynolds, both pleasing items. Mrs. Lovett kindly contributed Kellie's ' Douglas Gordon,' repeating the last verse by general desire, and ' Kate Kearney.' Mr. Sidebottom's humo rous song, and especially Mr. M. Keating's recitation, 'How we Beat the Favorite' — a really clever per formance — we.ro features of the evening. Mr. E. Macnamara con tributed two songs, received with acclamation. Mr. Hynes recited Tom Hood's ' Bridge of Sighs' with excel lent effect. Mr, Jacobs ...

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

@LA-3KE^Y. ' - ' But still hie tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting olaok,: Set all men's ears upon the raolc.'— . Hupibbas. Palmistry and auHwera held over. In England, according to, the census, children of the acre of. 16 marry in thousands. And there are 7,1 widowers and 169 widows at that age. ... Tue narrow valley of the Nile and its small deUa exports £8,368,000 in cereals to Great Britian. A gaffer on the Main Line Railway got UP a good honest sweat on the 4th inst. — the first for . about four years— by re obstruoting the line in 49}uiin. Ladt Teton in not a graball, as she has refuted the pension of £600 a year due to an admiral's widow. Her Gracious Guelph or Missus York-Take would have annexed it as a present. Scene : Soup Kitchen. Our dear Emily indignantly repudiating ulterior motives and titular distinction-hunting. She was doing it all for God's sake, when an abomin able, worthless son of toil standing by said, ' Well, for God's sake, give me some more.' Collapse ...

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GOURLAY AND WALTON COMPANY. SKIPPED BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

G0URLAY AND WALTON COM PANY. SKIPPED BY THE LIGHT OF THE U00N. The above well-known combination, which com mences their season at the Theatre Eojnl on Tuee. day evening next, hare just completed a most successful season throughout New Zealand. The company left the Bias yesterday evening, and siioum arrive in towa on Monday erening. The opening- niece Is to be O. E. Sims' fareisl comedy, 'Skipped by the Light of the Moon,' which is said to be the funniest comedy now staged. It abounds in funny situations, and from start to finish the audience is kept in a continual simmer of laughter. The plan for the initial performance, which was opened on Thursday, is filling up most satisfactorily, and everything tends to a first cubs season. The Wellington Post writes as follows of the company:— 'The Gonrlay and Walton Musical Comedy Company opened at the Opera House hut evening, in George U. Sims' humorous comedy, ' Skipped by the Lieut of the Moon.' There was a very Urge audienoe, and great en...

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Sport Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

Sport Tit Bits. Eugene Eneebone left Hobart on Tues day morning by express for Longford Show en roule to Melbourne. The Tasmaman-bred horse, The Promised Land, won the Service Stakes, five furlongs, at Bangalore, India, recently. Pauline and Harefield returned to their old quarters at Dick Taylor's, Gleaorchy, on Saturday night. Pauline is reputed to be in fine fettle. The Bellovue Racing Club has a first class bill of six events for Saturday, Oct. 28. Nominations ulose on Friday, October 20. Weights declare 1 on Monday, Ooto bor 23. Rapid Fire won the Selling Flat Race at the Hunt Club meeting at Fleinington last Saturday. The winner was bought in for £U5. 3. E. Brewer, the owner of Division, who met with an accident when riding Frantic in the Steeplechase at Randwick lately, has rotnrned to Melbourne and is slowly recovering. The Brighton and Oatlands football teams meet to-day on the Kisdon grounds, when the country premiership v.'ill be de cided. Both clubs will be strongly repr...

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Political Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

Political Motes. Prevailing topic — the relations be tween the Legislative Council and the House of Assembly consequent on the action of the former in regard to the taxation bills. First, with the income tax sum marily rejected. Next, the Land Tax Bill for 1833 and 18-U sr. omo*™. lated, in order to get rid of the exemption clauses, as to render them not only inoperative, but, also, as to read, in the form in which they were returned to the Assembly on Thurs day evening, absolute^ nonsensical. That the Council have infringed upon the privileges of the Assembly cannot be doubted. Even the great conser vative journal of the colony, tbe venerable Mercury, admits this : ' It (the Council) has practically sought to put on fresh taxation, which is be yond its powers.' And again : 'It is most unconstitutionally increasing the burdens of the people, and the Assembly cannot possibly allow this to be done oven by suggestion,' says that oracle of fossilism. We may safely conclude that there mu...

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HARRY MILLER'S BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

HARRY MILLER'S BENEFIT. On Wednesday next (Show night) Harry Miller is to be tendered a complimentary benefit, at the Hobart Athletic Club. The progranune is 4 lengthy and varied one of athletic exorcises, and no doubt the 'boys' will roll up in force and pay their respects' to Harry, for he is well liked and deserves a bumper housd.

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FREE SPEECH. PLUTOCRATIC ARROGANCE OF THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

fREE SPEE6H. PLUTOCRATIC ARROGANCE OF THE UPPER HOUSE. The Upper House having fulfilled expectations to the extreme by re jecting or . altering the Government's taxing proposals, the public is being iuunundated with learned disquisi tions as to the powers allowed the Council under the Constitution Act. In the fate of either the Land or Income Tax Bill no great amount of interest appears- to have been taken outside of political circlet, as both measures have been justly deemed but gross attempts to impose on the credulity of the people by an ingenu ous Ministry, who, though appearing in the popular role of taxing the rich, wore in reality imposing the balk of the burdens upon the. already over taxed working clast,os. The House of Lords, which is claimed to be the prototype of colonial upper chambers, would not dare to lay claim to any such privileges as manipulating or rejecting money bills, and in the event of the Lords doing so the Commons would not hesitate in asserting its suprem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

tjOE BtoWBj'T tifeECT!— Fares and '' Frei&ht fch-Wtly !Re4uced. 'The NeW 'Wnd Favorite s.b. TkMBO leaves Dunn street Pier. Hobart, on TUESDAY. October 17, at 7 p.m. ? ;? . . Saloon JPappeng^rs — Twenty Shillings (i!0s.) Forecabin Passengers — Ten Slnl ?lihftBaOfi.)- ' ' ' : FROM LAUNCESTON to MELBOURNE. —The Express Passenger e.e. COOGEE Iflavep Launceston Wharf every THURS DAY^ p.tn. . ' YEtturn tickets ; available bj Union 'Oonipany'a steamers, if desired.) 'Fares — Saloon, 80s.i Return, BOs. Fore-cabin, 20a.; 'Return, 80s. ^; Launoeston Agents— The Taginania)i Woofeiowers' Agency Co, , .' liiiiiited. (Office on Wharf). HobAbt Offices— Lower Davey-stroet., HUDDAET, PARKER* CO., Lihited. Union Line of Steamers, The Largest and Best Appointed irieet 6f Steamships in the Southern The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo services between Tasmania, t New Zealand, . and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRI...

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Wealth of Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

Wealth of Broken Hill. The big mine at Broken Hill has put up a record of 308,000oz. of silver in addition to 1100 tons of lead and a small though appreciable quantity of gold for a week's output, the total value of the output being in round numbers. £56.000. That is at the rate of £2,912,000 a year. The Barrier Miner has taken advantage of the occasion to draw some interes ting comparisons of their large and to Tasmanians specially interesting iudustiy, showing that even the coal industry of New South Wales is only secondary to silver in importance, as including the output from Newcastle, lllawarra and Lithgow, it has at no time exceeded £1,600,000 a year. Gold-mining in the parent colony was most profitable in 1852, returning £2,660,940. During the past decade, however, it has never exceeded £500,000 for one year. In Victoria the average gold yield for the last 20 years has been under £3,000,000. From its opening in 1878 to 1890 the Madame Berry, the richest of Vic torian mines, y...

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Hoiden Hubbub. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in thil manner; the infinite hubbub unslackeucd. THE BRIGHTON ATROCITY. 13RIGGS IN COURT AND IN THE PAPERS. Briggs again appeared at the Brighton Police Court last Saturda}', on the charge of having wrecked the express train on the 20th of Septem ber. The evidence, although nothing particular was elicited, appeared to. be carefully collated, and great efforts have been made to bring together everything that would in au3r way help the police in making good their case against the prisoner, with a result that must be left to the judg ment of the public. In so far as the police have done their dutv they deserve commendation, though in the cause of justice to the accused, who by English law is an innocent man until proven guilty, certain evidence should not have been admitted, being unfairly procured. In France the law encourages its officials to use every means, fair or unfair, to worm out evidence from even the accused him self, and t...

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PERRY OPEN TO MEET BAXTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

PERRY OPEN TO MEET BAXTER. Harry Perry says he is anxious to meet Baxter in the beBt of a limited number of rounds, and it now remains to bo soon whether the challenge will be accepted.

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BOXING. FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF TASMANIA. HARRY PERRY AND JIMMY EVANS TO MEET IN AN 8-ROUND GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

BOXING. FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF TASMANIA. HARRY PERRY AND JIMMY EVANS TO MEET IN AN 8-ROUND GO. Harry Perry, the champion feather weight of Australia, who recently arrived in Hobart in company with Clifford, didn't lose much time in getting to business, for, as the result of a conference in this office, he has been matched to box Jimmy Evans, the best of eight rounds, in the Exhibition Building, on Tuesday evening next. As the event falls on the eve of the annual Show, the meeting of two such prominent exponents of the ' noble art ' should prove a great draw. The prices of admission are very low, to meet, as the management say, the dull times, and that in itself should ensure a crowded house. It is not neces sary to burden our columns with Evans's performances, for he is well known as one of the gamest boxers that ever stood in a ring in Tasmania. We arc not so familiar with Perry's record, and therefore a glance a it, which is appended, will prove interesting. 'He first start...

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THE CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

: THE CAULPIBLD CUP. [By ' The Owl.'] The time is drawing near when we will know the result of the first great handicap of the year, and although I am going to give my reasons for my opinion as to the result of the race. I think the sporting scribe who picks the absolute winner will be voted a very keen judge of horseflesh. Brokieigb, with his 141b. penalty, is left at the top of the .handicap with 9.8, and even with that weight I think he will run into a place. Fortunatue carries 9.6, which I think is, a little too much over a mile and half in that company. Sternch&ser and Realm, with 9.6 and 9.3 respectively, should be sailed better over the two miles later on. Aecot Vale I don't fancy, but Wild Rose should run a good mare under 8.12. Tarcoola I don't like. Vakeel will be reserved for the Melbourne Cup. Malolo should be hard to beat with 8.9, but report saye he is in queer street. Oxide is r sure to run well under 8.8. Idolator, Grey gowh, and Little Bernie will be found w...

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COLEBROOK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893

COLEBBOOK RACING CLUB, The following nominations have been received for the spring meet, to be held on November 9 1— ? Hobdle Bice.— Trafalgar, Freedom, Colebrook, Sterling, Blackthorn. Hilton, Glen bile, The Austrian. Trial 8teeplechuii.— Wft'laby, Merriman^Oor don, Blackthorn, Shamrock (late Arthur), Talis man (late Cumon BoV), The Austrian, Freedom, May Be, Cypher, Glen Isle, Valour. Colebbook Pl»te.— Zarina. Beleue, Hohart, Swinton, Pauline, tinatore, Robin Tell. Colebrook Btbbplecbiee.— Caledonian, Black thorn, Ouida, Valour, Settling Day, All Fours. ALf.'AqEi- firtsse.— 0ariua, Clypton, Smoton, Cloth of Gold, Hare Anthony, SatoneUa, Lily S. Weights will be declared October 24.

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