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T.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

T.T.G. Autumn Meet ing. The Autumn Meeting of the Tas manion Turf Club takes place at Mowbray on Wednesday next. The following handicaps have been doolaroi for the Autumn Meet of the above Club, which Is to take place on Wednesday next ;— HiMDjo*r Hurdle Bios— Of 60iovs. 1 seooud hone lOsovs. from the stake. Distance, about 21 miles. Btlb etlb Aidee ? 11 9 Mount Lyell ... 9 12 Kangaroo n. ... 10 12 Loo.., ? 9 5 KJmberley ... 10 7 SWub ? 9 3 All J?onrs ? 10 6 East Coast ... 9 0 Blaokthorne ? ... 10 0 Atncmr HiMDioir— Of 80sove. 1 second horse lOgovs. from the stake. Distance, l{ miles. st lb st lb Pauline ? 9 9 Napier ? 7 IS BttHtlo ? 9 7 Dunedin ? 7 7 Bisohoff ? 9 0 SwfctSimplioity... 7 fi green Isle ? 8 7 White Bose ... 7 8 DiokTarpin ... 8 5 Laurel ? 7 0 Dundas ? 8 5 1 Lord C. Boott ... 7 0 Bed Borer. ? 7 12 Petrarch ? 6 12 SUvercord ? 7 u| Neman ? 6 7 Steeplechase Hahdicip— Of SOsovs., second horse' lOsovn, from the stake. Distance, about 21 miles. st lb Bt lb Ouida ? 12 10 Leo ?...

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

Belle Vue Races. The following entries have been received for tho Belle Vue races to be run on Saturday next :— Trial Stakes.— Marc Antony, VancsEa, Loose limbs, Acushla, Spleen, Brown Eagle, Tauranga, Axiom. Handicap.— Bingarooma, Daruley, Goodwood, Helene, Tennyson, Looselimbs, Macgregor, Tan rauga. Pony Bace.— Vicenia, Target, Valentine, Aline, Little Duke, Tommy Dodd. Galloway Bace.— Moouey, Tarcet, Valentine, iUllarney, * raulein, Cloth of Uold, Vanessa, Lioose limbs. Selling Baoe.— Mare Antony, Vanessa, Tooth pick, Tennyson, Spleen, Acuolila, Axiom. Open Trot.— Btackie, Denny Blake, Tic ler, Bustler, Polly Brown, Bed Mick, Medora, Grass hopper, Jocko, Minnie, Startle Tertius, Saucy, Tiny, Bobby. A word of advice to riders who are buy ing pneumatic-tyred machines, whose pre vious experience has been on the ' solids.' Don't make ft start when the roads are at all greasy, or a bad fall may resnlt. To bo able to ride on air tyres on slippery sur faces with safety requires experien...

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[Bt "The Prophet."] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 April 1893

[Bt 'The Prophet.'] In the Trial Stakes I like Music, Kangaroo II., and Louise, but as I think Kangaroo will be reserved for the Hurdle I will place them — Music, Louise, FaBsifern, or Coleraine. In the Hurdle Kangaroo II. looks a real good thing, so I expect the order to be — Kangaroo II.. Blackthorn. All Fours. For the Handicap I still like Pauline, and as there is no hill to climb, and the distance is shorter than Elwick the result will probably be — Pauline, Bischoff, Silvercord. For the Steeple I like Ouida with a start, though the course will suit her much better than Elwick. The places will probably be filled by Ouida, Leo, Settling Day. For the All-aged — Atabi (if well), Ella, White Rose, or Petrarch. For the Maiden Hurdle if Jack-in-the-Green is started I would look no further, as his stable are re nowned for their good jumpers so 1 will place them — Jack-in-the-GreeH, Exhibition, Telephone.

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GREY HORSES. ARE THEY BECOMING EXTINCT ? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Grey Horses. ABE THEY BECOMING EX TINCT ? A particularly interesting article al out grey racehorses was lately published in the Spirit of tie Times, by a writer who is evi dently well acquainted with the turf on both sides of the Atlantic. He does not attempt to explain why greys have become so scarce as they are, and the fact is curious. When the Stud Book was in its uitancy, lie points out, tnere was scarcely a page that had not three or four greys re corded in it, a natural consequence of the fact that the breed owed so much to grey Arabs, Barbs, Turks, and Persians, 'Place's White Turk' havingbeen a very memorable horse. But this is the curious point : wliile the volumes of the Stud Book were full of greys, the hist volume only contains men tion of 44 in all, and, with few exceptions, these trace back their pedigree to Chauti 1848, and was, the writer says, the first grey his recollection recalls. Of Chanti cleer he writes that ' he was a very con spicuous grey, and not of the i...

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LABOR LEADERS' WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

WIVES. We hoar po much about Labor leaders that we almost forget they hare wires who inay be B4uallyy«r(JiW?W»g--be*fcftuaint- ance of, For instance, jto ile wj^e John Burns owoa no email puioiint of Ms success. She is not only a peouUarly bBautjful and ladylike woman, but she hiss qualities both of bead and heart which, in other -3ircuin- seances woiua n»ye uuvae p»f ja.-jierouiu. Everyone during the great 4w ,? strike heard of John Burns and his straw hat. Comparatively few knew that while be waB parading the streets and addressing the dockers she was at the Wade A»nB battliug with accounts and fdeding: starving women who crowded daily into the offices. Often ehe was there for' 24 hours at a, time/Sna sometimes when work was done it w»b too late to set anv convevanoo other than the expensive cab. Upon such ooc&slonB-she wouldwaikfrom Poplar toBattersea. It need hardly be added H»at John Burns is very proud of bis wife. At Labor meetings she IB constantly to bo seen by his ...

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THE DEPRESSION. DEMONETISATION OF SILVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

The Depression. DEMONETISATION OP SILVER. The following from the annual report of one of our life assurance societies is of interest : — ' In 1871 when Germany proposed to demonetise silver, Ernest Seyd strongly protested against the folly of the measure, and made the following remark able pi'ediction : — ' It is a great mistake to suppose that the adoption of the gold valuation by other states besides England will be beneficial. It will only lead to the destruction of the monetary equilibrium hitherto existing, and cause a fall in the value of silver from which England's trade and the Indian silver valuation will suffer more than all other interests, grievous as the general decline of prosperity all over the world will be The strong doctrin arianism existing in England as regards the gold valuation is so blind that when the timo of dei)rossion sets in there will bo this special feature : The economical listen to the uause here foreshadowed ; every possible attempt will be made to p...

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SEVENTY DAYS OF STORM. A PERILOUS VOYAGE. A HOBART LADY ON BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

SEVENTH m OF STORM, ? A PERILOUS VOYAGE. . A HOBART LADY ON, BOARD. The Bittish ship Lord Teniplemorc, a brand new craft, soiled from Liverpool on June 20, and did not arrive at Sain Fran cisco until 232 days after (sajs an Ameri can paper). She had variable weather down to off the River Plate. On August 24 she experiencsd a pampero with a tre mendous sea., This was the beginning of fearful weather which lasted for 70 days, letting up at short intervals only. On September 15 the first damaging storm swqjt her. A-steam launch whioh was part of her cargo was carried away, and con siderable damage was done about the desks. Gale after gale struck the ship, shaking her up from stem to stern. Heavy seas washed the decks, smashing the Bteampipe covers, knocking the men about and injuring same of them badly. The boatswain's leg was broken while he was attempting to clear the wreck of the steam launch from the ship, and the unfortunate man had to bo carried below. On the. fol lowing day the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

| IF YOU LIKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR AWARDED M Mgf^ f^— ^ MOATE&C GELEftRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CWNA&CEYLON TEAS I PROCURABLE ?

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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

MUSINGS. [Br Jacques.] The^Tjare a number of small amountJRvhich the Government might well look up, now times are bad, such as payment for the tramway rails, etc. ; return of money paid for Clare mont without Parliamentary sanction; return of Dr. Benjafield's bit of fat ; return of legal and other fees which have gone astray ; collection of the balance of the apple case duty. ' Many a mickle makes a muckle.' # * ? To state that the working man, who has been misled by false friends, has been the cause of the present trouble and depression, is equivalent to saying the shareholders of the V.D.L. Bank have brought about its failure. Both parties have been de r»ni\rnA anA mnnvnndr \vi*nn(rpri Ann those responsible have yet to be settled with. * ? ? The amount said to be spent on public works don't all go in payment of wages. Wages are given in ex change for work done. That work done remains to a great extent for the permanent benefit of the land holder. # ? ? The secretary of the Central...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

1 TTlff¥\WH *P AhwIH ? - '' ... .iN.rTpwrKm Q&famfc*-* ?? i ??'' FPNERAI-SgPB»p5giiIEDfar In a Prompt and Efficient Manner on SEASONABLE TEEMS. 85 EllKABItTH-^tBBET. » ? Mdress : Care ' WestbroolrBroB., -3oUins-«t. HE CHEAPEST ? ..BUTCHER FORPHHEMBAT 'S 16 THE NEW Zmil-Ai}p BUTCHERY/ ; Oamhrid^Baus^s^Trepts-^. f ' 93 M^feRAYi-STREET. ' NEW ZEALAND olsAB O^i^.f 65, ELIZABETH-STREET. Best Brands of Tobaccos and jBf.aun.r Double Books on all Events. ' ' ' i ' Eat roots and drink cold wal«r? flo.' . tinum. ' Let's drink together trlerioiy.' Henry II. Bill Longford's C B I T E EJI 0 -8 HOTEL. ? *? ',-?% ' ? LIVER^OOLteTEEET. -*-T™^ ? IT The Great Rendezvous of the Sports «iad the Pros. ? . ? . ? t-A^-; E. n^^Hust) ,' Intimates, to his frionds^nd. the public that he Has ^aVpn ^in coBunodibus COENWALL HOTEL, , CORNER OF ARGYLE & COLLINS 6TS. None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Bathurst-street. - BILLIARD SALOON v pnd - CAFE Finest in Hobart. CALL 8OLICITED. _]...

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GAMBLING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Gambling. TO THE ED1TOB OF THE CLITPEB. Sib, — May I be permitted to ask if in judging about gambling there is not, besides the waste of tiiue you mentioned, thiB further and graver objection, that a man who pockets someone else's money as wie resnii oi a wager or game oi nazara takes that for which he gives no fair ex change. The chance of winning is not suf ficient to justify the transfer of the coin which is at onco the symbol and a con venient expression of some product of in dustry. It can never be fair to take another's earnings without giving to him some corresponding equivalent. — Yours, etc., PAIE PLAY. [In our last issue wo did not attempt to justify gambling. This ' Fair Play ' will recognise if he re-reads the article. Does it not strike him that his ' graver objec tion ' is rather woak, and equally applies to almost every form of amusement, as it is a personal matter of opinion whether the return is sufficient for the money ventured? All articles protected by patent law...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

STOCK AND^miBEBBOKllB ~ANfT COMMISSION jJFENT, des-res to inforiu*4u8-y*tt^n and country frifendB,t;Uat kf- Juua^ SJSCbI'ED DOING BUSINESS fi« above and -will be pleased to raooive commissions. .Address, HOBART Si'OCK BXCHANGBVsB Murray street. Royal Aromatic Condition Food .,-of ''?? H0BSB8, CkiMLm m-Wl-$. VIO6, tun. Secured an Ajtf&d Melbourne Exhibition, MJ ?^GS OOTiT, 3s 6d. Kone Genuine witihoutfour Trade Markand Title. Manufactured By W. BOON & CO. 10 AEQYLE-STEEBT', Hobart, ? GAS ENGINE FOR SAiE.-very cheap, ? i *tmau ? pojf er. J&tffy. Paton and o'Brien, Clipper -0um Robert Jackson, THE PJBpPJjE'g LrTEMEY PABTOUM and POCKEf FEIEND, :.S STILL STCBTING ? ' ? Hlff J!BIEU3-S'-INTBK.EiSTS, -BOTH IK KEEgfNG THEM WELL INPOBMEbi 'WITH DULLEST SPOKTIN^ NEWS and supplying it at Lowest Prices. SPORTING 6TANDABD ... 3d. BEFEREE ? 4A. SPORTSMAN ? 3d. AUSTRALASIAN ... ... 6d. CLIPPER ? Id. 102 LIVERPOOL-STREET. HR. BRETT, 73 Collins-street, FISH . MONGER and $-ulte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Ed. Mulcahy HAS OPENED. ' 20 OASES of 1ST E 'W Winter Clothing and 10 CASES of the LATEST STYLES M U Jl of Materials for bis TAILORING DEPARTMENT Jg Although he has entirely given up JHk his Drapery Business, he^minc^ his f^^ patrons that he is continuing 1ub Ittfcg TAILORING & CLOTHING ^^^ BUSINESS at {ife-Murray - street, f-1 HIS SOLE^^DBESS. f* . MEN'S SUITS?** MEN'S OVERCOATS, ;.jj boys' suits, f BOYS' OVERCOATS, JUVENILE SUITS, $ JUVENILE OVERCOATS. \ TEE BIGGEST STOCK '''? IN THE ISLAND. | ? j 80 MURRAY- STREET. IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY begs to inform his fi'iends in Hobart »^_ and throughout the Colony that, ^B having disposed of the whole of the W Drapery stock in his late establish ment, 96 Liverpool-street, to Messrs. W. Hjsnry & Cotf-e ia, now giving his \ entire ^ttentionto the TAI^OR^NG, \ \clo1Fhing, \. and / men\s m.b*/ery business, wh\cb will be continued a- I 80^11 U RRA Y - STREET, * Avhich will in future be his sole address. In making the a...

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COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT. A complimentary benefit performance, I tendered to Miss Ada Lawrence and Miss I Carrie George, the popular actresses, is to I take place on Monday evening next, when I 'A Husband in Clover' and ' East Lynne' I rence's impersonation of the dual character I of Lady Isabel and Madam Vine is highly I spoken of by the press of the neighboring colonies, and according to a Brisbane journal, she lias few equals in the colo nies. It is needless to say anything of Miss Carrie George's high-class comedy acting, her abilities being so well known to the Hobart playgoing public further than i to assure them that the ' Husband in Clover' affords her ample scope. A bumper house should greet them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

P» iolhMps reoair*d Mm Camp ie^.'Towii Jpeakp foi- itself :t ?messrs. W. B. Best a»d Co. \ |-.*|il tp very pipped' with the bl£pk serge costume ratt nftde me ; Mi^^ I^J^rjrnicely, anjf I:,w^l meation^HF pOjyrraafonable prioeB to (by Mends. ^^B '. enclose oheque &r iunojmt, £2 4s. McU-P TO OBJt)ER. ^^ Fil and Style Guaranteed. ^ Materials the Cheapest in Hobart. Variety Most CharnUng. Serges, 9|d, Is, single width y. Is lid, 2s 3d, 2s,6d,4b&We,d*fco . -*- -Quaniiitood AH W-poiK —f'- This Handsome Costume as per 3keteh Ibelow is made by us for the moderate gam of 45s 6d. It can be \. made -y a very large variety of mate- / rials, stich as— '-_^X Cable Serges ' Silk Epingies French Foules Tasmaniau Tweeds Amazon Cloth Tartan Checks Whipcords Embossed Crepons Black or Colored Cashmere etc., etc. Price only 45s 6d, made to order, and if necessary completed in 4i8 hours. Ladies wishing to have thiB cos tume wh6 reside in the country can have patterns and measurement form b...

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MR. WALTER BENTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

MR. WALTER BENTLEY. It is now 18 months since this popular actor made his first appearance fn Australia at the Theatre Royal, ' Melbourne. Since that tune he hae toured throughout New Zealand, Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland, everywhere meeting with crowded and enthusiastic audiences. In Sydney ho appeared at the Garrick Theatre for five weeks with such marked success that overtures were un mediately opened by Mr. George Rignold (another old favourite in Hobart) for a future appearance at his theatre (Her Majesty's) in a grand Shakesperian pro duction of ' Othello.' This, paobably will not eventuate, as Mr. Bently's present intention is to return to London. Proceed ing from Sydney to Newcastle he played what the Kewcattle Herald states was 'the most -mccesful engagement ever played by any star hi that city.' Night uiuji iiigub tuu uumivre was puutLtsu. w euuv cation, the miders of the Coalopolis affording the same liberal patronage to Mr. Bentley's Shrkesp...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

[?] ? i ' But still hie tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clack. Bet all men's care upon the i»Hk'— HUDlBttiS. Thk following is a description of Lord Gormaneton our new Governor s~- He is_ a man well over 6ft 2in in height, fair hair, beard ah-i whiskers, and bright complexion, decidedly stout, in fact a very heavy weight. He is fond of sport, a good shot, an expert fisherman, but his weight pre vents fcbn from riding, or, in foot, from much active exercise. His |ady »8 reported to be genial and an excellent hostess. Let us nope bo, lor wie ?? jLasmanuui urovera ment House' was becoming the recognised name for sandwiches in the colonies. Of a verity music hath no charms to soothe the breast of Parson M'Intyre. It only makes him mad, and he evidently considers that he holds a brief from St. Peter to crush the City Band. Thbeb men cast for banging in New South Wales. Seems like the old times coming back. Yet we would like to de ceive ourselves that the world is becoming more hu...

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LABOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

Labor Notes. The Eigb.t-b.our Day (37th anni versary) in Melbourne, on Friday, 21st instant, was, as usual, a grand success, The streets were lined with many thousands of people, windows, balconies, and roofs crowded with sightseers, bands playing aud ban ners streaming, and the procession over two miles in length, the most antagonistic critics could not but acknowledge that the pageant was a most pleasing and impressive spec tacle. Heralded by brass bands, the old 8-liour banuex1, jjatched in many places, led the way: then the com mittee and the pioneers.of the move ment. In the bodj' of the procession were the emblems and banners of various crafts with a large number of unionists. The utmost unanimity and organisation was the great feature of the splendid show that after parading the streets wended its way to the Frendly Societies' Gar dens, where the workers and their families spent an enjoyable, day, the weather being all that could be de sired. His Excellency the Acting Governo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

p__^ — — ? PREMIER DRESSMAKING Establishment. Noel White AND CO.'S SPECIALTIES . for AUTUMN g (:' //WINTER f V— SEASON. 3OSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit and in the latest style, in 30A Homespuns, Meltons, Net cash. Fancy Checks, T\vamA Foules, Beige, efr^rff^^B *$A ^^^aa^^sand^^^^H | COSTUMK^^j^MI^^Tailoiw^ made, in any of followfnfe . xtnitoiiaAs, I&nin and Fancy Navy and BJaek Sei-ges, BengaHncs, English and^_ 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diago- * Vet cash, nals, Corduroy Amazon Cloths, Cashineres, Home spune, Fancy Check Tweeds, etc., etc. A marvel for style and price. Send for samples. 3OSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Silkspot Cheviots, Cotilles, 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, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 29 April 1893

' -^ ' '?- ? ?? '? .j.i i i ^^^S^ ? '4 . ? and ; 123 LIVERPflOL-STfiEET. We have not entered into (business for the sake of losing money. WE DON'T SELL our QoOdd «fc LESS THAN OOSt PRICE, nor expedt the public to believe we do WE DON'T '4h^|? ANYTHING that is not in jtiie first instance - gBOOD HONlBS^i ARTICLE, and in the second, At a Price which mjjfl. Command a Ready send ^Extensive Sale. We therefore DON'T SELL ElpBIBH. We are -wA Manufaci?jjrebs Wholesale Merchants selling lit; Retail Prices. We don't »ek the public to believe anything : but to INSPECT AND COMPARE FOR THEMSELVES. Flaws -k Williams Flaws & Williams Our HOSIERY I : GLOVES CORSETS ? ' TRIMMINGS HABERDASHERY UNDERCLOTHING CALICOES FLANNELS FLANNELETTES LININGS SHIRTINGS ' ! SHEETINGS MANTLES '. : JACKETS MILLINERY \ ?' i DRESSES RIBBONS | . \ LACES etc., etc. ? pur Prices in Drepges and Dress - I making, taking info consideration Style and ' Workmanship, Dgfy1 Cdmparison, f^^^andtke public know it. HENCE OU...

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