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HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

'NOIDENMiBBUe. Each^pfiff every mortJlMur it lasU, in title jgmnnetjtKfe infinite bnbpjglnslickened. ^H$ ROYArf»JJKLINGK. Paterspn, Victorian Premiei-.^irted it, Djjbibfiland Dqjbson follow^ and Kingston^ Sou^i An^tralia/Byfiapa thi^ea. OnftOiipahftlnnd «nd NimvKea liM MQJ&lht mk aCQOHl that :Uat and York should come to Australia this year. The hdiesa|l«iiid, \ka.\ty\e 'Premier ought ' to be ashamed of themselves to expect a visit involv ing a long sea journey at such a time. But they knew what they were about the cunning statesmen. The chance of nursing in their own nrms a dear little King oi- perhaps a pnTFof darifiig little Princes for the Buixijtin, which ?should know, hinted there might De ?two— such fhlrigs'having been known to occur befxir&--Tvas .& -joyful possi bility worthy of great efforts. But alas ! grandma would not hear of it. At least not just yet. And all the Premiers who are not yet knighted are sad with a great sadness for they will remain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

ifVQVVm NICE TEA AS* YO.MR J»OCE;r FOR CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA& CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAND HOLT AT THE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

BLAND HOLT AT THE ROYAL Monday night witnessf I tlie last per formance of ' The Prodigal Daughter ' at the Royal, the piece being again well received. On Tuesday evening ' Tho Union Jack ' was staged, and everything was -lonp lo inuKe tne piece ruu BUioouny trom start to finish— the acting was good and theaceaery was grand. Mr. Bland Holt as Peier Flv. the Blue Jacket, was the be.iu ideal of a nian-o'-war's-mau, and naturally soon got on go*d terms with his audience. Mrs. Holt, as Polly Pippin, w«s most amusing. Mr. W. E. Booker as Jack Medway gave a powerful reading of tlie cli iracter, and Miss Kl.i. Dillon as Kuth Medway sustained tho part in a very creditable manner. One scane, tlie tolegate with snowstorm, was especially applauded. The orchestra, under Mr. Percy Kehoe, played the incidental' music and contributed largely to the success of the play. 'Taken from Life ' waj Btaged List night Tlie last six nights of the highly success ful Bland Holt season at the Theatre Roval ave ...

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

^Jas, Sargeant, (MemBer 'HobaVt Stock Ekchakge.) STOCK AND &GAREBROKER, No. % HOBA.ET Sl'OCK EXCHANGE, ? COLbtNS'STBBET, UoBAUT. ;« : Piccadilly Cafe, St. L I V E B P 0 0 L - S.TE E E T 87 ?is the place to geta good -Cup of TEA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLATE, with all kinds of Pastry aid Sweets, at Moderate Prioes. ROBERTS & CO., Proprietors. Tailoring. TASMANIAN TWEED SUITS, ? FROM 60s.; TROUSERS, IBs. 6d. English, Scotoh, and Continental Goods equally reasonable. Fit and workmanship equal to any shop in Tasmania and. superior to the majority of the so-called Tailors, employing cheap and inferior labor. I superintend all the work myself and pay the highest rate of wages, which enables mo to turn out the best of work. Pit and Style seldom equalled and never excelled. J. L. Sault, 96 Elizabeth-stbeet. CHEAP BOOTS. 20,000 Pairs to select from. 20 PER CENT, cheaper than any other house in Uobart The Secret is we BUY FOR CASH And SELL FOR CASH. Address, People's Boot Co., 133 ELI...

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THE RICHMOND OUTBREAK THE FANATICAL PHRAISEE PAST AND PRESENT IS IT TO BE ENDURED? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

THE RICHMOND OUT ; BREAKJH THB FANATICAL rPfi^.RISEB - PASp,^.ND PRlftjgpfT 16 IT Wo BE EN|3|J^aED ? The RioWond outbfe&k has sub sided, dying.ii lingering death in the columnfliof thettncfc&ry. Iu fact the editor had to kill ' it ' to save trouble and .expense of burial, and the only question that remains is whether Pharisaical -ck-ankB are to be encouraged. Al present tbej blosspm till over the island aud throttle not only the pleasures of the pooirie, bat fasten even upon its social life, caus ing festering sores of discord, and bringing the religion they profess into contempt. Notably is this the case in Richmond, where a small clique not only attempt to do police duly, but have the effrontery to en force the boycott upon all those who do not ' hunt the devil ' with them, hence the unfortunate clergyman to whom they attach themselves for the time being is the chief sufferer. At one time they attempted to run the Congregational Church, aud in a weak moment the pas...

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

HOBAET SWIMMING CLUB. DOMAIN BATHS. f^ BAND CARNIVAL, THIS DAT, 2.30. VJ ? Boy llace, hinder IB j Swimming Under Water; Club Handicap, 120yds; Plunge, Tin Plates, Greasy Pole, Obstacle Eaoe, Clothes Eace, Polo Match, All-Comers'. Citv Band in attendance. G. WHITLOCK, Hon. Sec. J LAVENDER will provide Eefresh ? mente at the Swimming Carnival To-day, at the Domain Baths, at City Prices. Best brands of everything. ? ^ VISITORS' EXCURSION.— This Aptke noon, the popular Steamer HUON makes one of her delightful trips np the beautifnl Derwent. Excursionists will be landed at the Risdon Picnic Grounds for fishing, games, etc. Tho Soenory en route is charming ; the view of Mt. Wellington v aud Mt. Direction is grand. The Huon also steams round the whole of the Australian Fleet.— Fares, Gd. ? HOBAET HORTICULTUBAL SOCIETY. Under the Patronage of His Excellency Viscount Gormanston, K.C.M.G.; under the Patronage and in tho Presence of His Excellency the Admiral and Officers of the Fleet. A SPECI...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

ftu's JtioiH IBv HoyuE.] Dere Mr.. Cmhpbb— The ne^rwyBa!' has evidently got to the head jfofe the local press — if it aint the new; 'year it must be tea cos there temper&oe^'er noe, leastways some of em of which more anon, fust the Jluckerymittd its iography an let «ut_Jhat the warsnip Boyahst corled at Albiiry. How the dooce it got so far up the Murray river they dont condersend to explain, and wot Albany had done to be left out in the cold aint quite clear. Bill ses it must have been the tea. Next at the bed of ther leader, where they put wot they corl items of interest, sich as the Dooke of Whoo careswhere has got the stomachache throo eatin green plumbs, they lets out that the police riots ha« revealed a lot about the anarchists' dooins. Bill carat explain this. He 6es the police dont riot and they aint paid to anarchist. We asked a police sar gent of our acquaintance— we got to noe him thro the asphalt gitin up an knockin Bill on the nose— au the sargeant sed, after wha...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

Rowing Notes; By Rowlock, Iu conneotton1 with, the anniversary regatta, tor tlie Ladles' Puree all the crows will pomjje.* to verjAort training although the men are «iwajr« in (rood oosdition. The Ifcmar men are rowing a quick, stroke ; F. Bewi-.harap alway» gives It ia»t. he Derwent lepreneumare orew t^eVW'*) are ro»imrvew fairly, ttboot 38 to the miuute.-wlth aTerj «,« riag catch and rather Cast recovery, war are not iiwiuging well at their ordinary paoe, bw mprov« in a mpurt. They should make au excel eat mec. The reuioinlutf Dernentere are ahoy, ins anyiliiuit but good form. I place them thai:— Taumrl.Ddrwentli.C. iior/s3. A.inuUsui- Derby.— Xhreo crews will face the starter in this event. Uuderwood'a crew ate row ing strong iu very (air form, about 41 to the minute. The swing might be improved ; on bow side the catch is rather uneven. McKay s crew are rowing fairly well, about 43 to the minute, but Buster ou spurting. Kalbfell'e crew »re game out will need to put in a lot of wo...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

ill III i I ' « ?§§. .^ | ** *? a Bg i . 5- g S ** 5 : ^ 9 s i s3- * ;jg5 3#,|. :«£ .. .«. ; r-r- ~ -2 ft of ' CO Jh Jz ^ (B oo ? ? s .g. |s m ? 5^ /?vv n -j m ' .-- w gg fl « § L § ?** «« £| w «-. & ? ° & 85 — - O ? i hi i 'is; = ' ? . *7 tf « U- — tZ ? ft -J T3 O: ^— ' ?as -q g ^ cc S3- Q 03 fl GO g tO 3 0D g 5 ;, «=c x | | 2 zj ; 1 | gl si iSSB *a S- 8 g 5 | « f ? I ^5 QQ 1 M i BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION). GRAND XOTTERY Sanctioned by Special Act of Parliament of Tasmania, S7 Vic.Noi 2. 1898. ': and by SPECIAL AriRAKGEMBNT with' the Bank's Truster* conducted byiG. ADAMB, Bsq. (TATTKRSALL'H),as BOLE AGli^T. Hou.G. 1\ Fhv.gkeald ) T .. Messrs. Douso;;, Mitchell,, & Allpoet, Hon. William Haut / lruBLees- Ifobart, Solicitors for Trustees. TOTAL VALUE OF I'ltlZBS ? I £SO0,OliO IN 800,000 SII ARES OK I £1 EACH I . ,' . ? , FIRST PRIZK ~ , ilagnitirent Corner Property in centre of City of Hobart, rental value £1150. par annum, together with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

LIKEDUOKSTOTHE WATER ONE AFTER THE OTHER ONE AFTER THE OTHER ONE AFTER THE OTHKU The People Flock to i PLAISTER'S. BUT WHY? Well to be candid with you, I CEL CHEP. And not only that, you get good lionest value. Where others sell Gent's inferior cotton suits of cloth for 23s., I sell them good All wool Suits for 16s Cd, therefore you SAVE 8s (id in ouc line only. With that Eight aud Sixpence, let me sec what you can do. Why, pay jour fare for upwards of 30 miles in boat, train, or coach. This is only one line I am quoting. No matter be it Hat, Collar, Tie, Shirt, or Socks, you save on every article by dealiug with THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, A. E. Plaister's 95 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, THE ONLY A D DRESS. Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo ser vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the S...

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AN AMOROUS PEDAGOGUE AND A FAIR BUT FRAIL ONE. A THIRD PARTY IN THE SWIM OBJECTS. THEY SLOSH THROUGH THE MUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

An Amorous Peda gogue AND A l'AIR BUT FBAli. ONE. A THIUD PARTY' IN THE SWIM : OBJECTS. THBV SLOSH THROUGH THE MUD. Darby and Joan flourish in the country like .cabbages iu a Chow's garden, and if it were not so life would be somewhat monotonous. That trouble occasionally arises from an overdose of this most alluring of sentimental pleasures only but gives zest to its pursuit. ence all are worsluuners (if Venus, even the schoolmaster, who having plenty of time on his handE and is almost always ' nice ' from the tadie*' point of view, is under ion bio temptation. Not many miles from Hob.ut, where the tea-tree blossoms aud thi: eiiialypti perfiim s the air, lending subtleness to the beautiful goddess a bachelor schoolmaster resides, and near by is the re sidence of a fair one whose trouble is that she is already married. Nevertheless, such obstacles now a days only renders the game more enticing with the added charm of ad venturo. At least so thought the sighing love sick pair. Annis ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

ltHIGHTON. IUy the Okphan.1 Who wouldn't bo an election agent and got a. real live reaper and binder ? I've been watching them since the time expired in which petitions could have been lodged against n turned members, and when the threw wei'k's (uixietv had nassed nwav and the ' Hlack lowering looks ' tfave place to mirth 1 enid all is well; but Joe the Carcass said, I'm afraid someone is ill at Kiel's, for the day after the event of the binder all the friends were 6eeu wending their way to his house. Was it to Bee the machine. GueES long and hard aud you'll be aliout right. Little canary capes were not required. The ilecl.-ir.-ilion of the wriirhts for tin Uo1 ail Cup will not l-e made until the 1st of February. This delay is simply absurd and kills nil interest in the great race to be decided at Khvick next month. There does uol appear to be any valid reason why the weights could not be published at least r fortnight earlier. , A team of .cricketers left Sydney per Tii'liim1 »n Su...

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

Vagabond Jottings. bornik;— riiY talkbb.i The other evening while standing on the corner f heard something good. A certain well-known hostelry, keepar had a splendid fat turkey which by some means sickened and died, of course mine host was very disappointed an it was for Sunday's dinner, aud being anxious to obtain another ho made enquires, when he heard of one to be raffled, already dressed, at the adjoining hotel (by a vory enterprising gentleman). Uo accordingly, with others, paid his 'uiuble hob, but be was not the fortunate oue, which was very fortunate for him. Like all things, murder will out. It appears some boys saw this enterprisiup; gentleman take the dead turkey of mina host off the dung heap. The rest is easy. Sorry for the winnet. Tho above is nothing compared with the following — this Baine enterprising gentle man' oue uight wont to ibe hen roost of the leading commercial hotel here and Becured a good plump turkey, took it inside and raffed it for fifteen bob, after w...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

P&iPJfTT bnlbKtl. f HE JtriflOES.— Br Point. The hoisting of .the flag at Hood's Sports Depot was looked for on Saturday, but it never went up aud junior matches were gone on with, all except Dawn and West Hobart, the ground being too wet to play on. L'pstal Telegraph made a big score agai net ITnton Jack, ftevholds 42. Flau.itran 26. and Fishi-r (not out) 23, and Hughes (not out) 16 made the runs required to get to win in very quick time. W. Richardson 33 (not out) and J. Uichardsou were the only onca to get into . double figures.' It won't be a PostalTele graph ten in (it all soon. . Gleuorchy had an easy: win againet En deavour by one innings and 32 runs, Phillips top *cort again.. . ; Rbkeby added another win to their list against Kingston. Sid Ward -was top scorer for Eokeby and Firth ior Kingston. Bell.-'riro. won.by; 48 runs against Boot makers who did not have their best team. The Junior, Association ought t- stop the country i^lay'.rs.pljKJifig with town teams. Thcr...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

Boxing. There was. a very largo .audience ou Wednesday afternoon at the Denveat Ath letic Club, the main attraction' being a go between 'Cully Griffin :aiid Taffy Welsh. Gallftghtn- and fionohuo started nilh four of the liveliest rpuu.ls ?eenlor some time, and then John L. Suliivan and young Ilogers commenced to operate for four roumls. The ix-'.ocil champiiiu lungerl out ri^'t and left, vaTying it Occasionally hy putting his'ltnet in. However. Bogers got eveu in tho third rouud and Jolinel woulda't. liuisli. Rogers victor. Charlie Murphy then tackled a big maii-o'-waiVmrin from the U .ft, one Oli phant by name, and they fought hard for a quartette. ^oon afterwards the contest begun. Griffin, wis the, first to appear with Kr;iuk liouike in bis corner, Welsh having ? he benefit of the assistance of Prank Clif ford. Charlie Murpliv refcreod, while Jim Mead held the ticker. Wheu the men sixipiiel it was the general opinion that Taffy could never stay eight rounds with a l)i^' man like ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BEAUTIFUL DERWENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

THB BEAUTIFUL DERWfcffifai: Saturday af two'.-on being wij#tjtft keruwji an ofl' half-diiy, time somewhat hangs dreary. Iu order to relieve the monotony of our hundvecU -jf visitors? as well as oui tlious.inds of readers, the owners if tho popular excursion steaauer Huon ha\o ar ranged another ot their enjoyable and ex liilirating trips, and thU *f ternoon propose giving everyone so inclined (and there will be many) a cheap water rido up one of the grandest rivers in the AuBtralasiau eolouies What more magnificent sight cin a tounsi look upon going up the Derwent thin Mt. Wellington on tlie left 'inj J Mt. Direction on the right, and in the Valley highly kept orchards, beautiful ISfitteeipM, numerous elegant mansiima 1va4. eotliiges 'i 'tis a sight on a clear Tiismanian «unimer afternoon to behold with wonder and admiration, and to make all sii:g-r ' Oh ! paradise, uweetiliuadisc, ^ itli health and wealth this shall he my home.' ' Passengers arc to be landed at the Hj^Jon recreation...

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Aldermen Geese. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

AlderihefiC Geese. The public meeting of last Friday, held iu protest against the action of the Municipal 'Council in rescinding their resolution ffctSSH^ the police iu uniforms made from Tasmanian tweed has quite ttpsef^he ^fta«Uf decorous equilibrium of that most sleepy body. '- And the -position tak&n up ijy Mr. Bradley i6 not only aoai mehdable, but undoubtedly 'rrrost heartily endorsed by-'-tfoT citfgeittfe, for the public meeting. waV remark able for its uuauimity a'nd enthusiasm, appproacling at times to feVer U»eat- and as an- evidence that t}ie people ^ are ripe for earnest advocacy on the part of our public men ofjueasnres that will foster local industrief'it was extremely gratifying, ^espebiliHy the public recantation of faith on the part of such a leading citizen as ..Mr. Fitzgerald, a man in wJiose- judgment both the public and the oemmeix&l world has great faith, and jtis siitslo carry weight. Although tJSe Maj&r showed excessive warmth it wae.j...

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LETTERS OF S.A. TYER. TO YOUNG LING, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

?1H-, I .-.III ??1,'ilM ill (?; ,.; ||-;1|-.| .,,,1 [JD'fc I'CTW'DC flCT ^0'ft' TVCO' lit I \ M&Jjh. ff. A. I Itfli 1 iir^iJi; -ji!1NoI'i«.!i-'Kf avr.i! i'i : !-.;1 -.I. ,i..tl..vi..1 .,vj.r! ' ''? to: Tf trtfef' tiNG^s'©.'1 ^ntKjij^lfche .approaching ^ P,f jTossr ILsp,^. ,8Werint^don.(, .of je^cjitiou,,^ NffgOM^.ftt i^hjs' filjape:la ^escri^Jbi^D-flf ^iCTfl^iW-Wff.^MPHt.Rf. BVWi ij.i ^jrt^asj-^.^f as .the son of. a^jripBtpf,^ Church pf^Chingland, and was educated1/ a,\ Oiie .'6JP'!M lary© piiMSc 'schoys inTTdB nkKye laM-1(''Wo'm^cho6I tie'^ocefeSed lb tiie't'mosl'ajtilstobrat'ixj' university, of Ohiagi h»nd, ,wieflE( af):fciv!lputtew..yeaj.plof,8tudj; i.o^i A-i'tistic Mfl-ii*lH-rin. llaiviii' nowlje coiife satiated 'with' study: lie 'emigrated' t-i SWttfia, whel-elie 'bt!ca1mevA';ihet'detiiiiu-dr sliepberd ; but appaasntiy; ?? the ' ! simple pleasures of ?' that '- 1 ICe ?? did'liot agree with him, and in tko^oUowittg-yaar he migrated to NeuAiiiuia. Thero lie .bccuiue nn ui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

last:* kibhts ioB&sin ewwnrjE i MQN»4ITi ! iWiMll WdifflwRi E?Ji91*»g ' ' ' Evenings. Tltj Wofokn%1H«y.J ? * *x {, ALONE IN-LONDON, A&DN.E1 IN LOBTOON j and for the final two performances Bland Holt wUl haWtfhVUbhJrf'olf1 introducing to the Hobart public, 'for the first time in AiwtoalitH thfftaofetzSue^futpJ*arii«Jpro duced in London for many femi/)i\'.ft-'.-L Written by tlft'lawHfenry Pottitt. vPfilflJlRPPja^-Wfti.^WPftr.^o^yely Terminates op ,theJ2Gth mat UMtr BoxTp&H W-*ttUaSIrf;T WTiekcts at Francis Bros.' an.d. Aldjfcfl'g../ /. ? /'\UIET SUNDAY EjCCUBSION :???? ] ? ? ? ^(UnfleVi'Clifii-tbr) ?' l:' ' ' : -??---? WILL MAKE' AN : ' : ! ?:': BKOUESION1 TO 'ADVBNTtraE -BAY '??ON B0NDAT''NEXTj ';''':'? EttavW tbe'BrMbkei-BtreBV Ifoer' ft-:' 8 'aim. TT^ I-:.-.-- -sMrW/- ' ; -???'-??' ????? Tiokete— THE'BE SHILLINGS EACH. Breakfast, and, otjher . jneals may be pb tatnedo'n1)oa'-4. ; /'/ ,' : ' .,' .-'::..' ? . :KEW EKHIBITIOJS-BUILDiNO,: i JANU'AftT '!28ub TO '...

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KNORR'S EARLY HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

KNORR'S EARLY HISTORY   She is of a family respected by their neighbors. her father, Mr. W. Sutton   Thwaites, is a master tailor residing at 347 King's road, Chelsea. The girl Frances has been a thron in their flesh for many years, and the news from Melbourne has borken their hearts. She was the second eldest and was always very self-wiled and headstron. They are a musical family and Frances at   one time sang in the church choir. Seven or eight years ago, the girl being between 18 and 19, she became enamoured of a soldier. and was not heard of at home for several days afterwards returning in a very dirty and neglected state. on it being discovered that she had been staying with the soldier her   father feared the effect of her evil example on the younger children and appealed to the lady superintendent of a girls' home for the admission of the girl to the reforma- tory. This lady took her in as a paying inmate, and she speaks of ...

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