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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

I THE WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES, I 6* LIVERPOOL STREET. I Jas. SargeanfT^ I (Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) I STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, I No. 17 HOBART STOCK EXCHANGE, I ? CoLMNB-BTRBET, HpBABT. ? I G. Schapke, I Watchmaker & Jeweller, I Engineer for Sewing Machines, I Musical Boxes, Guns, and all kinds of I Mechanical Works done on the I Premises. I 59 MURRAY-STREET, HOBART. I Shirley's Bakery, I 16 Liverpool-street. I Superior White Bread, free from adultera I tion. I (Wheaten Meal Bread a Speciality), I Delivered to all parts of the Town daUy. BY Special Appointment to the General _ Public. I THE UMBRELLA HOSPITAL, I 71 Murray-street. I Testimonials from hundreds of grateful I patients' friends. Special and important. I —Cutlery ground and set by a real live I grinder on the premifles. ? I Piccadilly Cafe, I 87 LI VEEPOOL-STEEET 67 I is the place to get a good Cup of I TEA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLATE, I with all kinds of Pastry and Sweets, at I Moderate Prices. I ? ROBERTS &amp...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

rlaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Are Now Showing NOVELTIES FOE THE SPEING. ftESSES-THE NEWEST LINES IN COTTON AND PABEIC STUFFS. BIISS SUGDEN still has charge of the MSB and Costume Making. Our Patrons low her value. MILLINERY. [We have now opened this Department in proper manner. We have a SPLENDID STOCK. ALL NEW. SPECIAL. BTISS NOBLE (late of Messrs. Robertson Id Moffatt, of Melbourne), is in charge ol Be branch, and we can say that she is a lie Artiste in her profession. Flaws & Williams, | 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Massage. Hie REV. SILAS MEAD says:—' I am sased that my arm is getting stronger. 1 pe you will get a large number of patients get the benefit of your treatment. rhe REV. HUGH GILMORE :— ' I am id to say that 1 am much better. Thank ; you very much, and wishing you jeess.' The HON. JOHN DARLING :— ' I have rived benefit from your Massage treat ;ut ; and you may make use of my name reference to it.' The Cornelian, J. L. TOOLE :— ' I have rived both be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

T--0 THE ELECTOUS OF NORTH X HOBAET. Gentlemen,— Responding bo the numerously and influential]}1 signed requisition with which you have to-day honored me, and relying upon the many personal assurances of support tendered to me on all sides during the post fortnight, I nave pleasure in acceding to your request, and now place myself in your hands for nomination as a Candidate at the ensuing General Election. I am, Gentlemen, Faithfully yours, F. W. PIESSE. 7 Elizabsth-street, November 18, 1893. j TO THE ELECTORS OF KINGBOEOUGH. Gentlemen, — It is my intention to offer myself at- one of your representatives at the General Election. I have done my best in the past for the many years you have done me the honor to return me. and rest assured if again eleoted no effort will be wanting on my part to merit a continuance of that confidence. I shall with pleasure meet you shortly at the principal centres, and in the mean while remain, Yours very truly, E. L. CEOWTHEK, M.D. Hobart, Jlovomber 21...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. BARONIAL ARCHERY.—UNDER SIXTEEN—A MULL AGAIN.—THE HAIRLESS HORSE. THE GATHERING OF THE BUMMERS—A LEGAL LITE SHEARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

Bill's Notions. TBy Momus.1 Babonial Abcbebt. — Under Sixteen. — A Mb li. Agin.— The Haiblsbb House. The Gathering of the Bum . hers. — A Legal Lite Sheabd. Der Mr. Clipper — The drod baronial yabber BtiU on grate occasions shows its blatant asseninity in the columns of yer contom pstuosity of the sear aud yallor leaf. The latest raixin is a stunner an no mistake — its orl about archery an sich, an is a deliteful compilation. Bill ses from a henaosigh feed-yer. You mene a cvclopeedver, ses I. O call it wot yer like bill ses, an as the mixer ad time ter milk on the Sabath, and he mite have bin better emploid. Fust he ses the bow has survived the age of stone, which is a grate mistake, cos the fust thing a anguished kidd lets yer have is a -stone — Bill ses let im cum up our way tryin ter sell sandstone an our kidds will let him see if the stone age is ded. Next he's shuffled up the bronze age, an the age of iron an obelisk an Greeks an Egypshuns an Poictiers an Scott an Agincort an f...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

6LA6KIRY. ' But still his tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting claok, Sot all inon's ears upon the rack.'— Hodibras, A ©JWJNT FROM ANOTHER . WORLD. On Saturday night or early Sunday morn ing the arohbisbop'g pig was 'stuck ' And stoleii-by 8 marauder, who evidently -had no MymAnf: frtr Mftftiarr!hiiiv*Vi Ijras the Lord Archbishop's pig, ? With nought-to do but eat and swig. Unkg 1 indeed 1 was. But wicked men came forth one night, AndWrked their sacrilegious i spite. ?' - - Dnkg I indeed they did. The/ -cut me up and did for me, Bat what they dii was hid from me. Uugk 1 indeed it was. The pains of death gat hold of me, And then the villainB shouldered me, Unkg t and walked away. Then joking of my dismal fate, ' Made bacon ' as they passed the gate. Unkg I indeed they did. They quoted Scriptures which declare Layman or priest should never fare On food by law deuied. Ungk 1 to think that any city cubs Should vindicate Leviticus, And dare to canvass Peter's boast, That in the list ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BELLE VUE PROPRIETARY RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

BELLE VUE PROPRIETARY RACING CLUB The Belle Vue Proprietary R icing Club have issued their programme for the meet to be held at Belle Vue on Saturday, down for competition, and as the date is admirably chosen between the time of the December 16. There are seven events Bet T.E.C. spring meet and the Christinas holidays, the meeting should prove satis factory in every way. Tlie Hawk publishes the following.- ' It having come to the ears of Jark 1'erryiiian that IVaree, who recently d.'feaLid Kiieebono in Tasmania, has laid ckim to thy tt-ie-tlinjj; championship of Australia, Jack ha* do. posited £5 with us as au earnest of his in tention to wrestle l'uarce for any sum the Litter call Und.' Recently while playing cricket at Palmer's fslauil, a man namck Bowers broke liis arm, says a Sydney paper' As he returned the ball to the bowler from the fluid, he felt his aim suddenly crack, and on examination it was found that the limb was cleanly frai tuveil above the elbow. Fitzgerald broke hi...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

Music and the Stage. [Bv Keiko.1 ITheExhibihonbuUdingprettywdltnono -olised a|l the musio for Hobart this week, Monday welcomed the Orpheus Club (con ductor Mr. W. C. Elthani) with one of their enjoyable concerts in the grftnd hall, which, owing to the other attractions per haps, was not so well attended as is usual in another place. Miss fiuth Backhouse appeared for the first time on a platform, and successfully at that. Both 'Call me back' and Sullivan's ' Dream ' showed her voice to advantage, and, as a pleasing feature, the inevitable nervousness of a -debutante did not make her sing out of tune, is is the case with most debutantes. Mr. H. C. Loyett's new song with obbligato proved a decided and welcome addition to his familiar concert repertory. At Tuesday's Tableaux Viyants in the same hall the feature was a pianoforte re cital, which agreeably tided over the long waits, exhibiting good music up to date, and not often heard here. The piano used on these Exhibition occasions is...

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THE AMERICA CUP RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

THE AMERICA CUP EACES. Yacli imen know the remit by telegram of (be ?.bore race, how that the American yacht, Vigilant, »rrai three oat of the five races against the Euglish racht Valkyrie, thereby holding the cup for a future challenger. The following are the leading dimensions of both yachts :— Vigilant wu designed -y Messrs. Becresholf Bros., designers of Glorikna, Nenauoe, etc., for Me«srs. Iilin, Morgan, and other* ; she is clused as a keel centreboard yacht, built of Tobiu bronze plating, one-quarter inch thick for bottom, with steel topsidea ; she has 71 kou s of lead ballast run into a hollow keel, and her ootttreplate weighs 2\ tons. Valkyrie, designed l-y G. L. Watson, designer of Thistle, Britannia, eto., Fur Lord Dunrnven, huc is composite built of teak und elm planking and steel frames, with 70 tons of ead on keel ; she is a keel cutter, capper bottomed. Valkyrie— Length over all, 125ft.; length on load ?vater line, 65ft. 6iu.; end of main boom 1 1 fore side of mast, 92...

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THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

THE JUNIORS. -Bv Point. Splendid weather prevailed for cricket last Saturday afternoon and judging by the attendances' great interest is being taken in junior cricket this season. Trinity r. Union Jack, at Bellerire. This mxtah ended in a disgraceful row in which th« Union Jack barraekers were very promi nent. I have noticed the way in which they follow their team around from place to place. The committee will have a couple of charges to deal with to-night. One is against n very important member of the team. Bellerive could not make much of a stand against the bowling of Glenorchy having 8 wickets down for 43. Glenorchy made the splendid score of 125 for 6 wickets, out of of this Piesse made 74 not out, in great style, Sherwood 20, and C. Hallam 12 not out, wore the other double figure scores. Ward batted pluckily for Bollorivo having 15 to his credit. Postal-Telegraph had a p^s&nt trip to Kingston and won by 61 runs. They didn't fall out of the brake like the Trinity did so...

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FREE SPEECH MARJORY DAW FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

-REE SPEE6H. MARJORY PAW FINANCE. £-v the utterances and manifestoes of Jti lister? duriiig the week, it would appear that they ai'e under the- im pi-E ssion that finance in the only 'att -Ibute required df a statesman at the present crisis, and as anticipated tlie ir ' right bower' is playing against thd recent action of the Legislative Co liieil. This would undoubtedly be a very strong party cry if the people really were in accord with the taxa tion sclieiries proposed by the; Dobson Mijiistiy ; but such, fort urmtely, is not thej case, for although, the majority is .absolutely ? against an upper class legislative body having the almost absolute and filial control of money b'illis, yet it was with a great feeling of liehef that the country eaw a inun daiie ? Parliament, controlled by a Mandiy ' Daw Miuistiy, come to the end of its life, and it amounts to a positive infliction lo find the tenor of tiieidrtiary dpbates rehearsed again on .the; hustings and iu the pre.ss. The whole p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

Union Line of Steamers.. The'ldU-gost and UeM; Appiiiniel ? Kluet of Stoamtsliius in thij .Soul lie. u JicuiispliiMtii. The -Maguitioeut fcitedmew of thin ? Line, maintain regular n.i.-?«n;wr ! and ua,r^ro sur vices between I'ftsniauJH. New Zealand, and Australasian pyitys, with Untuck Liues to l«'iii nn-l the fSuutli .S«ft,J«liviiiiH..:i l'HINCM'AL TAJ5M.ANIAN BEttVlCHS ?: ; Hobart to Syitiftey THE S.S. ''OONAHj'1 W. J. KE&THUBBT0N15, Onnmniiiler, Make* regular trips, curryiug freight 'ami passen;*eiv:a( lowest current rates First. i-mling : SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers jiii the' New Zealand line call Weekly ai Hobait, en route to Melbourne. First Sailimr:' S.S. 'WAIRARAPA,'- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, Launceston to Mel bourne- S.S. 'PATEENA,' (f ' H. Sams. Commiiiiuer. MONDAY, NOV. 27tli, 11 p.m. MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 2 p.m. For New Zealand. Virxt Steamer : ' S.S. 'KAUROTO,' MONDAY, NOVEMBER -27th. San Francisco. Tho company i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

SALE PLAISTER'S Of iMKN'S, \'OUTHS'& BOYS' CL 0TH1NG Now is the time, Gentlemen, if you want 1U1WAINS At HAXF THE PRICK Of any othur Draper. 250 pairs of MEN'S MOLE TROUSERS Just to hand, and will be cleared at 4s. lid. per pair. Manufactured expressly for me. 95 ELIZABETH STKHET, Lloyd's Buildings, THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER. w7¥ocnNr&Txx, GENERAL MERCHANTS AM' COMMISSION AGENTS, FLOUR AX!) GRAIN STORES. Always on hand — Potatoes. Ham, Bacon, and Cheese. For Sale— Hay, Chaff, Oats, Peas, Wheat Barley, Maize, Turos, llye, etc. Produce of all kinds Bought or Received for Sale. Depot Tassiaman Steam Drain and Saxitahv i'lri-: WAUli, Bends, Juu.-Ii .-;u, \nv\ all iindries. Gauden Tii-ks an i - Gutter Bhicks. TKLrnioKE 181. 10 ARGYLK-STIiEET, HOBART Price List on Application. TIT O B A 11 X CAFE. Roberts 8c Co., 7'i MURRAY-STHEET, CONl'EOTIOXEMS, FEUITEEEES, ic. 3-courso Dinner every day, Is. Me.ils at all hours. Private room for Ladies. Te.i, Collee and Cocoa always ready. \T ...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

iHoiden Hubbub. Erith md eroi-y mortal hour it Ituitt, iu this uuinfcr; the infinite hubbub unsl&ckened. 'IjTORE ANON' AS A SPORT, ? .a! Hobart semi-religio-teinperance humdrum . %o^ :^^^mms»Ui lluimy-stiieh be^&^^hfiA with the racing: maniadunnefMSe *eceut Cup festivity, and \vaudetitffl- irom tlie pn-4« of rectitude, ^-aki^g^a^; effot-te to catch the ear of -ine sporting pub ic. For the great Victorian eveifj it nominated no less than fourteen hordes as the probable winner, and would, no doubt, have named the re maining twenty-one had it been aware they, were engaged in the face. The admirable judgment of the evening cry's . tip may be perceived from the fact; that not one of its pet nags got neiuter than the middle division, and eo the bottom fell out of its wild and reckless plunge as a tipster. Only twelve short months ago ' More Anon,' with a glare in his eye, de clared that his paper would never becoraa a sporting medium, hut then Tue Clipper was not in the fi...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

Cricket. Welliugtou played 15 of New Town on the ground of the latter on Saturday hist, but there was nothing phenomenal iu the scoring. Wellington made 80 in their first attempt, the locals responding with fill. In their second innings Wellington had lost 2 wickets for 85 runs when the stumps were drawn. The veteran, Tom Kendall, trun dled very successfully for the suburbanites. Break 0' Day and Derivont met on the Upper Ground on Saturday. Denvent went to the wickets first aud made a good stand, 281 ruus having been registered before the last wicket fell. Charlie McAllen was top scorer with 48. Break o' Day commenced to bat, but after 10 ruus bad been added time was called. Esk beat Tainar at Lauuceston on the first innings with four wickets to spare. A team representing the V.H.C.A. meet an eleven from the Chalmers Church on the ground of the former at New Town next Saturday. Rev. C. H. Talbot, the popular pastor of Chalmers-Church, will play for the churchmen. In Victoria the re...

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FILLIS'S BIG CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

finis's Big Circus. Fillis's circus and menagerie arrived in Hobart on Thursday by two .special trains from Launpeston and pitched camp in the old quaijy, Queen's Dp nain. Tbc arrival of such a large oonip my had the effect of attracting large nu'iibors to the Domain, who viewed with interest the Ian line of the animals and tbo equipage. In 11 short space of rime ihe touts were erected and everything in readiness for theeyeni'ig per formance, which was patronised by an euovinous crowd. The performance con sisting of 21 acts was rendered in fine style,' elicting the applause of the large audience. The movements of five per forming . elephants created surprise and merriment, and the firing of Miss Faze! from a cannon into the arms of ' trapeziet created quite a sensation. Madame Fillis's troupe of hussars in their cavalry evolu tions were deservedly applauded, as were the downs, the Feeley Bros. The horizontal bar acts of M. Martini and W. Holt were astounding, and the Feeley's acroba...

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TOURNAMENT FOR AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

TOURNAMENT FOR AMATEURS. The tournament for amateur lightweights which will be conductal on Monday evening uext at the Derwent Athletic Club promises to be very successful. The entries have filled up well, the following having s;cuiried their intention of taking part :-Chas. Cros sen, ast. (Ub. ; Unas. Batten, 8st . 3lb. ; Frank Deddom, 8st. lib. ; Alf. Davis, 8st. ; Alf. Edwards, Sat. lib ; W. Morau, 8st lib ? C bnow, 8st. 81b. It is Mr. Kemp's intention to follow this tournament up with one for amateurs of »st. upwards, with a view to bringmgout local talent. Ou Monday even ing additional interest will be given to the u«r.n£mnUt by MeBSW- J°yce and Bennett, of ti.M.b. Royalist n-iw in port, having a go and several others of the ship's company .

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ALBURY CLIFFORD V. MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

ALBURY CLIFFORD V. MURPHY. It is likely that Clifford of Alburv will he matched to box Charlie Murphy. Clifford is willing to set himself the task of stopping Murphy in eight rounds.

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THE TURF TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

The Turf. ^ . ? ? TABMANIAN BACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. ? The Spring Meeting of the Taemanian ? Racing Club will take place next Saturday I at Elwick, when the Tasmauian Derby will I be run for. The first race on the programme, ? the Hurdle, is announced to start at 1.R0 Sp.m., and will be followed by the T.R.C. ?Derby, the Two-year-old Race, Spring Handi ? cap, Steeplechase, and Flying Handicap. ? The chief interest is centred in the blue ? riband event, and it promises to furnish a I very exciting race. The Spring Handicap Sand Steeplechase have filled up well, and m with the other events there should be a m capital afternoon's sport. Special fncilities ? will be afforded the travelling public by the 9 railway department, and trains will run to ? the course at frequent intervals. Tbc City jk Band, under Mr. Hopkins, will play a choice 1 selection of music, and afternoon tea may be had. The following weights have been de clared : — Hoedlb Race.— About H miles. Bt.lb. «t.lb. Sterli...

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MILLER V. MURPHY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

MILLER V. MT7HPHV At the conclusion of the Murphy-Heithe contest on Wednesday evening Harry Mille challenged the winner, which was prompt! accepted by Murphy, it being uuderstoO; hat the match would take place in abou three weeks' time. lerry aud Heather complain, aud with just cause, of the wilful misrepresentation indulged in at their expense by the Uobart weekly paper. In its last issue it states that Ferry was knocked clean out by Murphy, which was deliberately untrue, as l'erry boxed if anything the better of the two, and at the end of the limited number of rounds was quite fresh. The Mail also states that Heat her scales list. 91b. and Murphy 9»t. )81b. lo Rb,ow. the reliable nature of the paper that sets itself up dS a sporting jourua ?t need flnly be stated that both men turned ?the scald at exactly lOst. 6\\-. pa ^cdjwsday ?evening last. ..''.'-,- ,= , f Joe Goddani and Hatry Lalngfcave been fcnatched to box f or £160 at the Cumberland, EthletloOlub, Melbburn&on Ist...

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POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 November 1893

Political Notes. The week has been uneventful, aspirants' committees getting to work. The Brighton people have been eagerly canvassing, both in the city and country, for an opponent to Mr. Dobson. Mr. Guun, of Hrighton, may stand, though at present it is verv doubtful. Good authority savs that Mr. E. Dillon will contest the seat in the interests of his uncle, Mr. T. Dillon, who at the hist election polled 875 votes. The Premier will undoubtedly have to work hard as he is very unpopular We draw attention to the various candi dates' addresses in our advertising columns. At a meeting held last night opposite Mr. Crisp's timber yard, at which about 200 people were present, it was decided that Mr. Hall should not contest the municipal election, as it was not deemed advisable for him to undertake double work nt this juncture. Mr. Hall was aBked a number of questions which he satisfactorily answered. Those interested in the return of Mr. Alt. Crisp as a representative of North Hobart in th...

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