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LATEST HOBART BETTING. CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893
LATEST HOBAET BETTING. CAULPIELD CDP. For the Caulfield Cup, Division and Brokleigh have each been backed at 100 to ; VI, Division being the firmer of the two. ; Jeweller remains firm at 100 to 8 taken, and : Fulham at 100 to 6 and 7. Oxide came : into the market yesterday, one backer accepting 600 U- 80 about his chance, the same wager having been booked about Donation. Backers would take 100 to 4 about Wild Rose, but the best offer is 100 to 5: Sunshine received a little support at 100 to 3, the siune price being accepted about Bovarley, the others remaining about the same as. last -week. ? THE VICTORIA DEB.BT. Garcon, on the strength of his win last Saturday, has advanced to first favorite, 2O0 to 30 baring been Laid about him ; the Syndicate horse, Pulvii, coming next, . backers accepting 100 to 14, while Patron , has eased in the market, 8 to 1 being .on' offer. Trenchant, Sailor Prince and Pro jectile have each received support at 100 to 12, and Solanum was backed to win 200 a...
THE V.A.T.C. MEETING. [By the Owl.] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893
THE V.A.T.C. MEETING. [Bt the Owl.] The following are my selections for to day :— Caulfleld Stakes.— Camoola 1, Brokleigh 2, Portsea 3. Hurdle Race.— Titanic 1, Patrician 2, Eapo 3. ; Caulfield Guinea*. — Clark's Eleofc 1, Patron 2, Garfloon 3. ? Steeplechase.— Mikado _II.' 1, 'Wolling- ton;2.' ':; : ? ; :i;-;- ? ?'? ;' ?'? : ???'. . Toorak Handioap.^-Sitofoin 'or Graduate 1, Warpaint 2, Wild Rose 3. ?? ? ; t.;.':' ' ..^...[bt.Tpo.pk^t.X -.'.'??.:.'? ': '??? ? Cauifield Stakes.— Brokleigh l.Oimoola 2; Porri=ea:8f ?:'?;? ? ?: Caulfield Guineas —Patron 1; Lt Gloria 2; Projectile 3, : ' ? ? : . Hurdjo ? Bace. — Kapo' 1, Gbldreef 2, Titanic ;8. ' *. ? - ? -:; ' ?? ? ? ?? r : Steeplechase.'^ Mikado If. 1, Wellington. ?JS,-'VW.unfcBer«. ???? ????????? ? '?? ? '.;i -i DuBitanW Stakes.— Atafcha 1, Ruik 2, ?V«re8.-.- ? ?? ??-: ; ????????? ? Toorak Handicap. — QaTgbn ? 1, Graduate : 2, Hartington 3, '
Bill's Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893
Bill's Notions. '?? fBV Momus.1 Dere Mr, flipper, — RuraliBm. is rampantrythe giddy plow has been turniu up more nor earth. The great Jo of ther waste lends act has turned up, and for two days steadfastly fol lowed the feets of the sturdy plough men as. competed in the turnement. Tier never too old to leam, eed thini magig the sage— you' ho ;the fcottey cove of eighty as used to live in grease (bill and me thinks it must hev been to keep the wrinkles out of his skin. The vain old coon.) For two heavenly days the firey Jo has tied his mitey interlect to ther plow tail and learned a lern. Orl onor to him, ses bill, he'l be able to teach the youn ideas of the port ter plow, if not ter shoot, and bill and me think that the only logic as ill save the countiy is plow logic. We think as a few hundred extra plows set a going in this lamenting country will do more to bung back that flighty child, pros perity, than orl the legislators that sit on their broadest end in the national jaw-mill. W...
Twitterings. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893
Twitterings. Bt a Hobabt Spabkow. Mrs. Hard Cash held an ' At Home ' on Monday afternoon. The*lady birdfl, who came in great numbers, chirped away gaily as they sipped from the unsavory gutters in Davey-street. As usual in well-mannered drawing-rooms, tho chief topic was the servant girl question. Everyone was com plaining loudly that they could get no really efficient help, although so much poverty undoubtedly harassed the working classes, and suggestions of domestic eco nomy classes, shortening hours of labor, better mistresses as well as girls, were thoroughly thrashed out. 'Ah,' twittered Mrs. Sultan, 'I over heard a very strange conversation last Monday. I was resting under a verandah in Murray-street when a well dressed, dashing looking girl stopped to speak to a loudly attired young man. Without any preliminary remark he eagerly made this, to me, unintelligible enquiry, ? Well, did you get the needful ?' She replied with a coarEe expression and mocking laugh, ' Oh yes, I bled...
THE TURF, BUTCHERS RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893
? M!flt,:,,H I BUTCHERS; Tl^QING CLUB. \ ijji The fprine moot otthe.Butohg»' B*oing; ?Blub t^Weo'a^TOwlcir'on Wednesday,! ?fedfWwJin#TOVj'iwji.y.p,n *mq^a4i4e4,?Ho 9p)m toe. courteous and obliging seore WBhh,, wXfe.ttje rijht qiajMn tl^e tf^ljt plaqe. H5?tib' 'pSrbgranriuVwas rather a lengthy one; ? of eight events; but the public did not: m seem ,ig wpjr.o) tbe #PP»'t. .Tl^. panted : §p&RrafthW wWWcelyTup to %- fe4'^-' -and was qf-little^lue to tfio publio,-££ the | ^the' club wm iiPte the 'hint and remedjjr,tlMB .; ?tUftJK|'lfof j^eirifkl meet./ -'?Ff#*»wilr« ?'*': f*' ' tow* te/iofi, Wi »u., 6 soys.— Mr. P. #* fiheirin's Tasma, 8st. ( Anderson),. 1 ; Mr.; K*JW. Watkin'-p Sputer .Johnny, 8sfc.. 51b.; BtHaeell),1 2 ? Mr.'. J3. WiWams' Ginger, 8st. ; »7lb., &' ' Totalisator fflvidend, 13s. A pro- : ?test was entered against the winner on the ^grounds of 'being over height and running j f on an unregistered courta, but being lodged I too late it was dismissed. f Butch...
Bothwell Squibs. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 October 1893
Bothwell Squibs. Being ordered to do your dooty by the breeding country and a doing of it is often aooimpanied with difficulties. One mem ber of the foorce trotted off to the order of a voice (the ownw was doubtless still in his night Rear, th« time beine 1 a.m.V 'There take those horses to pound.' Bobby started off and so did the horse ; but 16 stone of flesh could not do it, and -n half-an-hour's time a very limp, hatless man returned, ejaculating between his spasmodic breathing, ' I'll summons them, I will— I will.' He hasn't done it yet Talk about J.P.'s. Botbwell knows one 6ft. 4in., blessed with large stature and large mind. He is likewise -he fortunate possessor of a very economical better half,, who said to him the other night — ' 'Bnery, y 'Enery, my boy, I don't see no use with : them two bull pups, spose we sell 'em.' 'No my pet,' says he, ' I'll raffle them at the pub for you, you know you will make more out of them that way.' She gives in to him on the score of more mon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Fortunes M HAVE been iinade' by judicious invest- 18 mentsinLand. mk /.BfiLT'ANA/''. §11 The North Shore of Hobart. Allotments, £0 x ISO, £10 1 60 x 200, £20 ? U On Easy Terms, £V deposit and Jii p9r 1'X*1 month, no' interest: Plans an d': particulars, w FTW 1 1 -sO \H house : awb ' j .mLJuOSJm,, LAND AGENT jM ??V Cook's Chambers, j ELIZABpTH-STREET, HOBART. jj Bradley & Son, f House, Land, and Commission Agents J 61 COLLINS-STREET, HOBA^fl!, M Rents and Debts collected, Properties O managed under personal supervision. Loane P^ negotiated on reasonable terms. Safe In- ?? vestment on sound security for deposits to any amount. Mining Stocks bought and sold on commission. Hotels. :*J E. M'Hugh , (Late of Launceston) M Intimates to his friends and the public that fl he has taken the commodious iB CORNWALL HOTEL, J CORNER OF ARGYLE * COLLINS STS. None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ?:? ANGEL INN, ~~ j 255 Abgyle-stheet. The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and Boers S 3. J...
THE DERWENT ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
THE DERWENT ATHLETIC CLUB. A new athletic club has beon formed in Hobart with the above title. The club has secured n splendid room in Harrington street, opposite the Salvation Army Barracks in the school well-known as Norman's. The services of Clifford of Albury, aud Harry Perry, the feather-/ weight, have been secured as managers! and instructors, which should bo , a* guarantee that pupils will receive capeW tuition. Ou Wednesday njjxt thb/cluk will bo formally opened wlimitKerc Jnll hi a smoke conceit and miscejQanetu/VngyS^ tainmeut, consisting of BpamuugAAc.Yijhe postponed boxing match 4ef/v«jwljMmT Evans and Harry Perry will (uiffilpVee in tho Dcrwcnt Athletic Club ttAuiAoV Mon day week, the 30th iuit. \^; »
HARRY MILLER'S BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
HARRY MILLER'S BENEFIT. A large number of the athletes of Hobart assembled in tho Athletic Club rooms, Collins-street, last evening, the occasion being a complimentary benefit to Harry Miller. Taffy Welsh and Jim Baxter, aud Harry Miller a-)d Harry Perry gave Borne clever exhibitions of boxing, two friends following iu a lively Tour-round spar. Harry Pearce aud Ted Heijrhway, the latter a Zeoban boy a former pupil of Pearce's, engaged in several wrestling bouts in the various stylos. Heighway's activity was much admired. Mr. Harry Pearce thanked the audience ou behalf of Miller forihuir patronage.
Boxing. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Boxing. Whon Griffo had been a week ou the free soil of America, aud had laid in a stock of gloves and hats and chaste tics, and had got his feet into bright, tight boots, and had his visiting-card printed, he hired a gorgeous vehicle and drove off to iut«r view Corbett. He sent up tbe new card and waited for an answer. It came, as follows ; — ' Mr. Corbett is very sorry, but he — aw — really can't find time to see any Australian pugilist.' (He'll be able to feel one when he meets Peter Jackson.) Th« scene closes with Griffo making obser vations on the 'sidewalk,' and holding himself back with both hands to prevent him rushing upstairs and rending Pompa dour Jim as the Christian used to be rent by tbe wild beasts of Ephesus. Charters Towers (N.Q.) man, after wit nessing a cockfight : ' Well, that's tlie only fight I've seen on the Towers that wasn't a schlenter.' BILLY WILLIAMS TO BAXTER. Billy WilHam, who was here as trainer to the Essoudon team of footballers, writes us as follows...
Hoiden Hubbub. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Hoiden Hubbub, Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in thts manner ; the infinite uubbub unslockeued. : It is fashionable to look for dirt now-a-days, and find it in everything. The Australian boy does it because he hears the Australian young man, and thinks it clever. He wauts to bo ' manly,' and for the same reason he smokes and drinks and becomes fc larrikin. The young men see tilth in most everything, because — because its fashionable. We admire the manliness of the age. Suppose an average manabout town to meet a girl who is as God intended her to be ; the man would take her for a hypocrite : he wouldn't believe in her, because he doesn't believe in the purity o? woman out side his own family circle. He might consider her the opposite to what she reaHy is. Most likely he would see 'encouragement' in the very sim plicity or innocence of her conversa tiou, and come to the conclusion that ' it would be good enough.' That last expression might seem offensive in print, but then, you ...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Cricket. [By Point.] There were only two junior matches played on Saturday — Ormonde v. Bokeby. at Bokeby, the latter winning rather easily by 114 runs. Kichardson batted well for Eokeby making 67. Bellerivo v. Gasworks. This was a great surprise for Uellerive, the Gasmen making 73 against Bellerive's 31. The Postal Telegraph had a rleasaot trip to North Bruny and had rather an easy win. The following junior matches will be played this afternoon : — City v. Tiinit.v, at West Hobart ; West Hobart v. Bellerive, at Bellerive ; Postal Telegraph v. Rokeby, at Eokeby ; Glen orchy v. Mercury, at Glenorcliy; Gasworks v. Dawn, at Beltana; Union Jack v. Endeavour, at Domain, I predict wins for City, West Hobart, Rokoby, Glenorchy, Gasworks, Union Jack.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
To A- E. Plaistcr ?Go for your clothing ior Men's, Boys' an- ^ Tonths' if' you want1 them to look up tT date for a low figure. Hen's Serge Coats, 2s. . /?' Men's Regatta Shirts, with collars, Is. lid Men's Under Shirts. Is. jQd. ..... ' Japn's Working Shirts, le. 8d. .- ? Men's Mole Pants, 4s. t3d. Men's Hard Pelts, 2s. 6d: : . : Men's Stitched Hats, Is. Gd. ., ? Men's Linen Collars, 3d, 6d. : : ? C. E Boys' Sailor Suits, 3s. T Boys' extra heavy Tweed Suits, 4s. 6d. j Boys' Brown Velvet Suits, trimmed, 7s. lid j; Boys' Straw Hats, 6d. ' Boys' Braces, 4&d., 6d. Boys' Shirts, from 6d. Boys' White Shirts, 2s. lid. My Only Address— 95 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, THE PEOPLE'S DEAP'ETt. JU'EW PRETTIES P0R EVBRY j HOME ! ] Mirror Letter Brackets ? 2s. Cd Cup-and-Saucer Plush Brackets... 2s. 6d. Useful Ornaments on Plush ... 2s. Cd. Spills on Plush ? Is. 3d. Picture Easels ? Is. 3d. Fancy Mirrors ? Is. 3d. Feather Fans ? 2s. 6d ROBERT JACKSON, Bookseller, -sfcc., 102 Liverp...
Ming Notes and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Mining Notes and Tips [By Gnome. 1 A statement recently made in the Northern press to the effect that the reef in t lie West Pinafore presents every ap pearance of being a true ' saddle reef ' is of very great interest inasmuch as this is the class of reef found at Laudsell's and other mines at Bendicro. The finding- of a true ' saddle reef ' would open up a new era in gold mining for Tasmania, aud I shall watch further developments at tho West Pinafore with keen interest. This mine is looking well at present and there has been a substantial rise in the value of shares. The fact that smelting works are likely to be erected at Dundas will be hailed with very general satisfaction and will give a spurt to the value of the ores on that field. The ore from the Andeison mine now on view at Mr. Liberty's office speaks well for Dundas. There can be no doubt that at a depth ore similar to that at Zeehan will be fouud. The find on the Anderson speaks well for the future of the Comet mine. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Flaws & Williams, 1#8 MVBRPPOL STREET.. V. ? ' ?? : ' EVENING DRESSES /?-EVENING DRESSES EVENING DRESSES VALJJ&EXTRAORDINARY VAttJE EXTRAORDINARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY Flaws & Williams TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Skating I Skating! PALACE RINK. EVERT NIGHT, And Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons. Floormaster always in attendance. CITY BAM- IN ATTENDANCE. J. DUTTON, HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST (late of Bourfce-st., Melbourne), has opened No. 135 ELIZABETH-STREET, next Cookshutt'6 store. Ladies' and Children's Hair carefully cut. Grvs One Trial. REID & HARBORD CONTRACTORS & JOINERS. STAIRCASES A SPECIALITY GLASS CASES, SHOP FITTINGS, FRENCH POLISHING & JOBBING Of all description done at the very LOWEST RATES, I: . At I 215 ELIZABETH-STREET. rHE CASCADE BREWERT CO LTD., HOBART. CASCADE PEIZB SPARK LING ALBS, bulk and Bottle, in Splen...
ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
ANSWERS. Any one desirous of a dcscriiitiou of character by means of this cluirmiug art uas only to ouclose an outline of their hand, with 12 neuny fitamiiB (addressed ?? Ze 10,' Clii-i-er office), and (lie de scription will appear in this column. Any in.cnious individual will devise a ready means of outlining — for instance, the old method of innuing a lead i-euciJ about tbe hand and fingers while the palm is turned down on the paper— will Give satisfactory results. It would be ae well to fill in the principal markings nr liueK of the palm so as 10 give more data. Letters coutuiuiuK ' oiu must Ire registered. Frank P.— Your favor to liand. Al though not a hand of might, it may be classed as a fairly judicious appendage, one that indicates a desire on ita owners part to keep out of trouble, aud also good powerB of locomotion — such as would serve to carry F. F. round two blocks to avoid a row. Football and cricket, and all those violent and dangerous games you will naturally avoid, ...
Bill's Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
Bill's Notions. Dare Mr. Clipper,-— The great topic of the day U the Fancy Fair at the Exherbiton Building. The imagina tion displa3'ed by Observer in the Mnokery correspondents column is amasin. He bos as Pooliver street is ooneested at Xmas time. Wen I seed it I ses ter bill that cove must be a physician — you'd think it was the lungs he was speakinof. Bill set yes he's a Exhibition doctor, you bet. He is, ses bill's gal, and then they both lafed. I couldent make oiit why they giggled, can you P Aney way it was a ingenus piece of wot the shopkeepers corl drivel, cos they say if it was opened it wodent be fair, it wood be an impersition on their good natur in takin shares. But the boss runner thinks as when youve got a elephant you must feed him, and that's the difficulty the share holders must face. The nimble poltry stealer is again on the rampage a takin orl the featherd bipeds he can annex, together with the eggs. They dont stick at nothin, they take a hen and her chickes ocaso...
PALMISTRY. THE THUMB AND ITS DIVISIONS. THE LENGTH OF THE THUMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
PALMISTRY. THE THUMB AND ITS DIVI SIONS. THE LENGTH OF THE THUMB. The thumb is the strougest of all the fingers, and consequently is ocui sidered to represent the brain, vi?.. tbe will. A very long thumb alwa^ys signi fies a very strong energetic wiJJ power, and it in found principally in Saturnian, Jupiturnian, Bud Mei curiau organisations. A short thumb indicates a weak unresisting will, a lack of euerpy, and personal initiature, and is gener ally found among the Lunar, (lie Venueian and muscular-sanguine in their typical forms. A short thumb gives simplicity. with feeble powers of resistance. The longer the thumb the stronger tbe will-power, and tbe greater the power of analysis, and of breaking away from generalities. The best servants bave short thumbs, doing well under kind, but never familiar, management. The best soldiers have short thumbs also. This exaggerated muscular type is common among certain classes, who, if left too wucli to their own free wills, are likely to give ...
A Great Tragedy UNFINISHED. THE CLIPPER THE INNOCENT CAUSE. AN EDITOR ABLE TO THRASH A DOZEN Mb.H.A. BEFORE BREAKFAST. A WASHING BILL MISTAKEN FOR A CHALLENGE. WILL BLOOD BE SPILT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
A Great Tragedy UNFINISHEP. :'. ? e- THE CLIPPER THE EHSfOCENT CAUSE. AN EDITOR ABLE TO THRASH A DOZEN Ms.H.A. BEFORE BREAKFAST. A WASHING BILL MISTAKEN FOR A CHALLENGE. WILL BLOOD BE SPILT. Act 1. — Choleric editor 'slates' M.H.A. badly in daily paper. Act 2. — M.H.A. slates choleric editor back again worsely. Choleric editor annihilates M.H.A.. in footnote, and proves himself a full feathered anmr. Act 3.— They meet. Choleric editor exasperated at M.H.A. pre suming to be alive after being annihi lated. M.H.A. not a bit the worse, comes up smiling. Frightful bilious attRck of choleric editor through M.H.A. acknowledging sympathy with the Clipper. Act 4. — M.H.A. very serene. Choleric editor very mad. They part. Separated by a safe distance choleric editor asserts he could thrash a dozen Mb.H.A. before breakfast, and imme diately increases the distance and his safety. M.H.A. proceeds to look for a second -o see him through the business, also makes his will. Act 5. — Choleric editor'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 October 1893
???--?? ? l-'i'jU WHOOPING C0UCH, INFLlENZfl, COLDS, COUGH^OTA, BRONCHITIS 'Et'c ' vh 'PLATYPUS' EUCALYPTUS GLOBDllUS UXTRACT. :..:?'?'? 1b Bottles. ?Por'Eheumatfsina ? i,.i,,niAi £hilbW Chapped ™ J7 g );i|^^ir;^CTgBp8aya»H|Bg^|^5KS3BB^aMMB Hands, Cuts, lMds, 'r-or jjUVUs, Sdwds, ^^^^^^aamax**sa^^^ . . CAUTION;- Ai* for 'Platypus' Eucalypti Preparations, and don;t bo put off with any other brand. All others are imitations; THE TASMANIAN EUCALYPTUS OTL CO. LTD,, 77 BATHURST ST.. HOBART. 138 LEADENHALL ST., E.C., LONDON.