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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, L1MITKU(1-T LIQUIDATION). . GRANDlbTTERy SaucUoued by Special Act'q{.I-.iiliameiit«f Tasmania, 57 Vic. No. 2. 18SW. and by SI'liClAL AltHANGKMENT with (the Bank's Trusteed conducted hyG. AfiAMS, Ktq. CTATTERSAIJ/.-), as SOLE AGENT. Hull. O. I*. KlTKOKUAW) | ,,, ; ' ': MeeBli-. DOBSO'.,', MlTCUKLL, & ALLPOBT, Hok. Wiu.iah HAitT JruBlces- . ?'? Hobart, Solicitoi's for Trustees. ? TOTAIj VAIiUE OK PRIZES ? ' £30rt,0i0 j IN 300,000 ;6HAUK.S OF j £1 EACH j ~ FIRST PRIZE ' Magnifi'-eiit Corner Property in centre of. City of Hobart, rental value £1150 per annum, together with WelF-assorted RivcV of Wholesale Chemist and Druggist, recently valued at (Kil'.iS'l. The Ti'usteas guarflntce to deliver. to the Winner Stock to this value, or to make up any deliciency in. .CbsIi— Totiil value, £2(i,OU0. KTTMMAnV Oli1 I'lllZli'.S Kirat l'lize valued at £'2fi,000 Second ., ., 22.50IJ Third „ „ 12,tK)0 : Fourth „ „ l(l,SO0 Fifth „ „ U,.iO0 . Two ,. „ 6.000 cacli One ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

%U 1 i ?CO ? O * S § ill ^ I g $ S. ? gg e -^: w 9 9 I UJ m o ctso K ? A!* h3 1-3 ^ 3=- a~trf-f:-£38- ? ?- »— .- * o = 11 « g^l y i QC fi - en - w . ° p ao — o -H- ^ w- & co g LU I S 2 ^ © g ?gi3-g- ^ go 00 § g a =i °° — l*= 3 -a 2—i S Hi 1 g 3 q g ; go ^C T °P ^ ' 2 ? ' -- H § g £ ^ qE OS W g =- CC Q §Hg ^ OO ? I S3 § £ § oc ^ G -^ lu g X ^ «=C U_| .S: CO '3 if Union Line of Steamers. The Largest ami Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the SouLhern Hemisphere. The 'Magnificent .Steamers of this Line uinintain regular passenger - amt cargo Kir vices between ? Tasmania, New /Cealiuul, and Australasian purls, with liranch Lines to Tiji and the South Si'.a Islands. PHINCJl'AL TASMANTAN SBUVICES : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. '00NAH,' W. J. Kisathe«6T1)\i:, Ojiniiiaiider, Makes l-eguliir trips, carrying freight, iinit passengers at lowest, current rates Kiivt hilling : SATURDAY, JAN. 20th. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly...

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THE BEAK'S MISTAKE. A SEARCH FOR A. NAKED LUNATIC. ONLY AN ATHLETE TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

The Beak's Mistake. A SEARCH FOR A NAKED LUNATIC. ONLY AN ATHLETE TRAINING. A South Australian magistrate noted for his humorous and learned decisions, being on a visit to a 'Northern township rose early oue morning intending to inspect the early worm of the neighborhood, being an enthusiastic naturalist. At breakfast time the usual quiet was ooinnletelv upset by the magistrate returning in a very excited state and reporting that he had seen a naked lunatic iu ? the scrub. A constable was immedi ately, sent in pursuit and returned completely exhausted after a fruitless search. The telegraph wire was brought into requisition to secure the services of a blaoktracker. 'Jimmy' arriving upon the scene he was taken to the spot where the supposed luuatic had been seen by the eccentric beak, and the tracker tracing them for a short distance looked up and exposing the whites of his eyes and teeth to the fullest extent burst out into a loud guffaw, ' Ini fella wear iui spikes iu im boots.' Th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

LIKE DUCKS TO THE WATER ONE AFTER THE OTHEK ONE AFTER TUB OTHER ONE AFTER THE OTHER 7'he 1'eople Klock to i PLAISTEH'S. BUT WHY? Well to be caudid with you, I GEL CHEP. And uot only that, you get good honest value. i Where others sell Gent's inferior cotton nuits I of cloth for 2'js., 1 sell them good All wool Suits for Ifis 6d, therefore you SAVE 8s 6d in oue line only. . With that Eight and Sixpence, let me. see what you can do. Why, pay your fare for upwards of 30 miles in boat, train, or coach, lis is only oue line I am quoting. No matter be it Hat, Collar, Tic, Shirt, or Socks, you save on every article by dealing with THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, A. E. Plaister's 95 ^ELIZABETH STEEET, Lloyd's Buildings, THE ONLY ADDRESS. pj RY ROAST COFFEE. Our Coffee is roasted in eight minutes, one ixth of the time required by the old method. ;t retains the oil of the berry, and in aroma md flavor is superb. It is the best Coffee that uoney cau buy. Roasted iu the most scien tific principle, aud is ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

North Hobart Trading Company. HAVING taken over from Mr. H Brooks the Store at 252 ELIZABETH-STREET, have opened with an entirely New Stock of GEOCEEY and General MERCHANDISE at prices to defy competition , Our Splendid TEAS at Is. per lb. are the best in the market. Fresh Vegetables and Fruit, on sale daily from the country. AGENT FOR THE CLIPPER. C. E. GROCERY STORE ? — To meet convenience of Country Customers, Mr. Clifford has reopened his Branch at DILLON'S ARCADE. HOBART HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Under the Patronage of His Ercellency Viscount Gormanston, K.C.M.G.; under the Patronage and in the Presence of His Ercellency the Admiral and Officers of the Fleet. A SPECIAL GRAND FLOWER SHOW will be hold in the Tasmanian INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BUILDING, ON WEDNESDAY, the 24th inst. The Magnificent BAND of H.M.S. ORLANDO will perform in the Afternoon. Open from :i p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission, Is. ALEX. MORTON, Hon. Sec. Special Country Edition. OF THE CLIPPER. Owing to our very largo ci...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

©LAGKE^Y. ' But Btill his tongue rail ou, Aud, Kith its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears upon tbe rack.' — Hudibras. London Society papers say York-Teck find marriage a failnre. 'Thrue is a use for everything,' said the surgeon, as lie slyly dropped banana skins ou the pavement near liis surgery. Nearly 170 cases of leprosy have been discovered in Australia within the last five years. Cheap Labor welly good. Loud Dbkrhurbt, known in Melbourne as Lord liccrthirst, is engaged to an actress. Mary Victoria Honynire. The disbursements of the lloyal Tar in South Australia amounted to more than £2 ion. KING HrsmERT is preparing to scoot from Italy. Vive la livpubliquc! He lias scut his 'family ''pot,' 10n,()iK),(tOO lire, to (lie Hotlischild's in London. '1'H I! Water llailiff at work :— Finding out guod fishing spots for llie 'Gov.' ami bait ing liis hooks. The cosls of the Spaight-Syme c.tse arc estimate 1 at about £-10,000.. The jurymen have each drawn £2 a day after I lie liivt th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

FOOTLIGHTS. Maggie Moore's address is Melbourne Cathedral. Hotel, you bet. Julie and Rose Albu are in Ptibco. Tlie sedate Jewesses did not pile up the shekels in Australia. Johnny Sheridan has been working up 'A Trip to Chicago,' putting it on in London. It is very sick. Pollard's Liliputians, who are to pay us a visit at an early date are at present in Adelaide, on 'The Forty Thieves ' caste. Says Quiz : Mix up music hall song«, ancient poems, feeble localism and gorgeous costumes and you have the pantomime of to-day. The SteenB are a frost in Indin, doing only a twenty-minutes turn with the Hudson Surprise Party. They carried coals to Newcastle. Toso Taylor, ex-Church of England Grammar School teacher, is the ink-slinger of the libretto' of ' Beauty and the Beast, ' tbe pantomime of the Lyceum, Melbourne. The principals are Nellie Stewart, Lauii, and Vernon. Last Tuesday night at the Exhibition Irishmen's blood ran coldly down their backs with a creeping sensation as Mac pumped ou...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAND HOLT AT THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

BLAND HOLT AT THE ROYAL The Theatre Royal wns well filled in all pavtnlnst Saturday evening, when Mr. H land Holt ?ftaj.'oil for the first time ' The Trumpet Call.' The piece, which is of the military style of drama, abounds in startling situa tions and amusing episodes, and the audience is entranced from the riso of the curtain to its fall, added to this, beautiful scenery and mechanical effects cambiuc to irive the piece n realism that is truly wonderful. Hiss Edith hlande. as tlv: fulk-n woman Bertha, gave a studied pourtrayal of the part and added fresh laurels to her already good name. Bland Holt, was about as funny a6 well could be imagined in the part of Professor Einuifer, and he sucmed to fairly revel in the character, the audience being kept in a simmer of laughter from the popular actor's first ap pearance on the ft:ige till his departure. Mrs. Holt's Laviuia also contributed to the mirth of tho piece. All the renaming parts ware ably sustained,' and regret was expressed ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Mackenzie's Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Mackenzie's Benefit. [By Crotchet.] On Monday evening last a great tnrong assembled at the Exhibition arenn in do honor to tho greatest vocalist this side of tho tropic of tho Goat, as well as o ;e who has done so much for inuBic in our disinte grated lump. A fact which he is nevnr wo iry of informing his interested, or otherwise, listeners. Tho hall was filled with repre sentatives of all professions, clergy, army, navy, Civil Service, even the local coster with Ins dona being present to testify their appreciation of the Tasmania - Scottish singer. The programme was lengthy, an unfortu nate failing of the beucficiare, and on he whole fairly carried out, although, the real talent of the city was by no means repre sented. We cull a few items therefrom, which call for special mention — Organ Solo. ' Stuniiu von l'otici,' by Auber, which translated into the Knglish tongue, means ' Stomach of tlic pig' this item was admirably performed by Mr. V. H. Stevens, who beyond doubt stre ks away...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Boxing. Charlie Murphy has started a few pupil8 at the Dement Athletio Club and jb meet' ing with a fair amount of support. Clifford of Albuiy. departed % tho Waira rapa on Monday for .Melbourne to prepare for his fight with Gogglrus, , Cliff' ?'-! intends to return to Tasmania after ihec-tntasr. Tbe boxing match 'between Joe Qnldard, the Barrier man, and- Hany L anp, the kfanri half-nactn nf tlm P.i,tii 1 tftvltimi & i~! Melbourne, on NYw Ywir night, ivsultiiil in llie defeat of Godiknl after eleven arid a half rounds of hard fight ing. The club put up n purse of £15(1, £25 of which goc- to the loser. The contest showed that Joe Goddard is only a shadow of his former self, as L'-ng is by no moans a clover fighter. Through the Maori's victory he has re leased his farm from the pawnshop. Joe Goildurl fouled repeatedly during the battle, a nthur unsportsmanlike proceeding, which brought down howls from the multi tude. Joe threw up the sponge in the twelfth round, having been s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL'S NOTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

^]I'STMfer: ^j^jl^1,!' Dire BTrllClrpper.^TbW first thing to be cwfti^Med.iiB'the bepatched thunderboIMbafc ifihot fron^ between, ?CaE^hievm ' mekkk tm last ' Saturday i mine Win --f ati aSivertiseiiicnt sup plement acliireBseA to one ; of the' ? liUi^ry potentates ' of ' tiio'Snoofce' Baeiiu i l*s, &, fbitog', t-f [ bouL-oij and ; a taiWi' wiWer. It's xatlsen ' a, lot or contention. hei'e, and W calculated to' make poof old Gladstone have indi-' gestiou.if be has to swoller it. Hill had an argument with a big Irishman ? about it, arid it wais fun to beat- the exile deliver his opinion of the pro , dttcfton jatod iteiauUior. CShure,' sea he, '' it!s the' rtork of the nintlj part of a«palpeen, an js as. full av priyftrikasbun as a goose egg is av mate— d 'yell mpjnd pie now. The grammar av him' an the chake ay him, an the mnnneriiiB.y:-him, an the English *ii woWliy *v the fact that he's imagined theTie deserving of two years' solitary stitchin cross-legged on abooM— ^-d yeb ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET. THE JUNIORS.—BY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Cricket. THE JUNIORS.— Bv Point. Some of the junior matches attracted large numbers, especially that of West Hobart v. Rokeby, where it was thought there would be a good go. Both clubs put their strongest team in the field, but Rokeby showed their superiority —winning easily by 171 runs. Sid. Ward and Richardson were the chief scorers for Rokeby, and Elliss for West. City had the best of the eame against Bellerive, winning on tho first innings by 34 runs. Beasley made top score in his usual way. Be-lltsrive wero doing a bit better in the second innings. As expected Trinity woo comfortably against the Gasmen. Nicholson and Sock, were tho only double figure contributors '- for the Gasworks ; Henri, King, Cleary, and Byfield for Trinity. Glenorchy had another easy win against Ormond. Phillips gave plenty of chances, making 50. C. Hallam made 24 in his usual way. Ho also gave a couple of easy chances. The Ormond have some very bad fielders. Bootmakers thought that they -were going to ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Music and the Stage. . [Bt Kbino.] '? The muMic of the week was the Grand Complimentary Farewell Concert to Mr, William Mackenzie at the Inhibition Hall, ' attended by about 1200 or some say )8Q0 sympathisers, o.a . Monday evening. How well audiences mu»ter in Hobart at 'iare- well ' concerts, witnenB ithe Hubert Arnold and Mauglwii-Uaniutt, or be! ore Uicwe, the: Hamilton-Maynard farewells. Aiiil T am clad that Mr. Mackenzie, one 'if (.he feiv 'last Mohicans' leaving music*! IloUarl, leaves us with a farewell concert, financmlly, as the dailios have it, a grand success. Mr. Mackenzie's ' Trnmpet' ami his other souk*' Mif* Alice Grant's 'Dream' (Pontet), '? (food Bye ''(Torti). and the Hurt with Mr. McVilly Gounod's ' Maying ' were, with Mr. Munro's artistically played clarionet solo ' Coming, through the rye,' Mr. G. Smith's flute !? Torguat.i Ta-s'-,' Mr. Hates' echo effects with the mute, aud Mr. H. Mull's vocal contributions, were the musical features ofithe evening, Mrs. Jiarby...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
YACHTING YABBER. THE TRUTH OF SHIPWRIGHTS POINT MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

BCHTINC' TABBED. TIJK TRUTH, OF SHIPWRIGHTS' ,,' ' '.,';. PQINT MpppiiE, , ?. A gop^Klealhaa been written under the heading of 'Boabird'' ;»n4 'Shipwrights' Point, oondonming the yachtsajeu for not starting at Shipwrights' Point Regatta, and also eioBcrftting Mr. F. II. Oldham frour ail blame in the matter, but both writer* nrr.ovideuitly iutituatelyjicqaainted Vfith Mr.ipldlmtn, pni in endeavouring to exonerate him froin all blame in the mat tor, hate overlooked, or are not acquainted With1 come of the facts of the ease. When Mr. Oldham was written to borne time ago by the Fort Cygnet and Shipwrights' Point etc.) at their regattas, they wrote under the impression that he was still a member of of the D.6.C. Committee, whereas ho voluntarily resigned hit position last year; And if Mr. Oldham had acquainted both cotamitUxw of liiie fact, and «s. he should have done,' refused to act, that would have ended the Whole matter honorably, and prevented unpleasantness and also dis appointment...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 13 January 1894

Massage. The REV. SILAS MEAD says:—" I am   pleased that my arm is getting stronger. I hope you will get a large number of patients to get the benefit of your treatment." The REV. HUGH GILMORE :—" I am glad   to say that I am much better. Thank   ing you very much, and wishing you success."   The HON. JOHN DARLING :—" I have   derived benefit from your Massage treat- ment; and you may make use of my name   in reference to it." The Comedian, J. L. TOOLE :—" I have     derived both benefit and comfort from   your Massage treatment." MR. VAUGHAN, MASSEUR.       Consultation Free. Hours—10 to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. daily.   7 Miller's Chambers, Hobart.    

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

ALBfiRt PARK, '? ;' ://1';NBW TOWN:* ' ?'? ? | : B iUT/L DJ'I/mTg; ? i 8. 171' .-EiS I 00x200, oloie to Tram and Rail jKO Aiish. ' 'jPttvabte JSronTthrjr ' Plans, etc., from LANi) A?TD/(iP$TAtE AGENT, j 1 Cook's Chambers, 1 ELtfcABEl'Hl-STREET^ HOfoART. 1 T A M'P'Q^PftTSD 1 AMJlo Kv^Ijd, 1 w ... 7 IMPORTER, j Eluaheth-strket. Just unpacked, ex Lufra, a Large Assortment of CARRIAGE, GIG, AlfD BUGGY LAMPS. Also manufacturing Saddles, all of TASMANIAN LEATHER, Ant Patteen. Massage. The REV. SILASi'MBAD says:—' 1 am pleased that my awn' is -getting stronger. I hope you will get a, Urge number of patients io get th« benefit oryojjrtrcatment. The REV. Htiafi^ILMQBE :— ' I am glad to say that I am jnuch better. Thank ing you very muiph_j and wishing you success.' '.„,..'-., The HON. JoftN DA'LING ;— ' I have derived benefit from. your Massage treat ment ; arid you n&^'niake use of my name in reference to it. ' The Cornelian; J. L. TOOMS :-— ' I have dcrivod both benefit and comfort...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PUT IT LOWER: OR. THE "MONUMENT." [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

PUT IT LOWER ; THE ' MONUMENT.' There is a useful ?' monument'— , Have vou li* en tliere ?— Situated on the b'riilgc, 1 know where. IV- travelled on the Continent, 'vc visited the Mouumeni, I'v'e gone to this with gooil intent. Ami ilcne a ?swear.' In there's a fall of misty sleet, Just six feet, When three's enough, as all may know — Three, I repeat — It fills me with a blank despair, It makes me rave and tear my hair, And curse the Council and the Mayar When 1 get wet. I'm going to start a domicile To lend um' rellas, To those who want to keep off wet, Or other fellars, And by the powers I'll make a pile Ere Mayor and Council creep a mile, For 'tis enough a saint to rile, And burst his bellaro. Dear Mr. Bradley, speak a word For us poor ineu. Your voice iu vain ii seldom heard, We ran you in To Piirliament, see how absud It is to have one's eyesight, blurred, By clouds oi' spray, when just a word Would fix 't. Ye ken. \VAtJBA. DEBAfc. n

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [Bt Gnome.] The decision given by Mr. Waterhouse at Launceston the other day to the effect that a borrower of shares can be held resoousible by the lender for any calls made daring the period of the loan is a very im|ortant one in ite bearing upon a practice that is very common in our mining community. In future borrowers will have to make a special agreement that they are not to be held re sponsible for such ca^lii if they wish to escape the consequence of the decision given. . I notice that the Mouut Reid Co. has called a meeting to consider certain resolu tions adopted at an informal meeting of shareholders some time since. This is as it should be, and it is to be hoped the meeting will unanimously adopt the resolution that it is undesirable that professional brokers should sit as directors. Things have been pretty dull of iate on the Stock Exchange and little business doing. The Queen directors still keep dark, and no reports of the output from the mine hav...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FREE SPEECH. THE [?]BERLAND MESS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

m* ***? THE^^BERI Hd MESS POT. Mr. KjP^.rtid Dobsonia Be' of one JJJijMid on jjg$ point that Hie defeated rjBrown |gji§he onlyjpt and prope£nittjgon toiiiepreseiit (Bmber land jfcM Housf «fjUsembj|| That gentjlpiaaJ is af&^gh]yj|||iab]e paaBWto &nd is.^et#Oe wjKjight I ingHi^-»^bi^«t^ttafcljfygnm-ta I iug the very elastic law procedure of I. TaEuiauin. Tlie Ministerial syeophan I tic embodiment foreshadowed in a I sub-leader that a seat must be found I £(!£?*)'}* 'leadiuu jjoliticiau^l' ni^aajiag,. I we opine, thie leading-place hunter, I' and condoled viBi^iuirBprip&riiaJtfJtg I ! jvj-jter termed a^ijefeat ' by what may I be called a fortuitous vote.' What a I: consolatory phrase, and extremely I clever. A phrase tiiat the Minister f of Lands will .heartily endorse, seeing I that a fortuitous (?) vote very nearly : I put him in the same category as the I ex-Speaker. The Mrrcl'RY then laid I itself out with many blandishments I to entice a patriotic member to...

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Black Dingo CHAPTER VIII. A Courting Parson. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

Black Dingo [By J. J. Sheridan.] CHAPTER VIII. A Courting Paeson. A week after Dingo's arrival Mary and lie were strolling about the garden quite on good terms with one another. During that period the out law had succeeded in making hitn6elf a favorite with the Whyno family, and had dissipated the young woman's prejudice. His pleasant manner and artful compliments had ai rayed her taste and vanity on his side, and these are two powerful allies to gain in the female mind. They were walking down the path leading to the little gate opening on the main road. Mary carried a large straw hat by its strings and swung it from side to side as she moved onward gazing playfully into her companion's countenance. Dingo took note of every changing expression on the fair face that had enthralled him. He admired the glint of the sunlight on the hair as the}' passed patches of light, and as they lingered beneath the deep 6iiade of the pepper trees he wondered at the softened, beauty of tone and featu...

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