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AN ALLEGED SWINDLER IN HOBART. ALFRED BEVERN OF CAPE TOWN. HIS SHORT AND CHEQUERED CAREER. WINE AND WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 January 1894

An Alleged Swindler in Hobart.   ALFRED BEVERN OF CAPE   TOWN. HIS SHORT AND CHEQUERED CAREER. WINE AND WOMEN.   On Monday next Alfred Bevern, a furni ture dealer and upholsterer of Cape Town, South Africa, departs by express train for Melbourne, en route to the Cape, there to answer several charges of fraud of con siderable magnitude, which have earned for the accused an unenviable notoriety in his native land. Bevern, who is quite a young man, was on the death of his father four years ago left JB4000 in 'hard cash as well as a lucrative business, and in that   short space of time has not only gone through all his money and the business, but as will be seen below a good deal of other people's ? money. When Alfred Bevcm took possession' of the business after the death of his father ftt. Cape Town he, had all that he could desire to enable him to acquire a fortune — influential friends, well connected, and a fond and loving wife, bu...

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

Hanging of Frances Knorr. On Monday the grim and heart-sickening business of despatching the child murderer Frances Knorr, was brought to a conclusion. The hangman's work is at all times horrible to contemplate, much less comment upon and nothing advertises the degrading hanging of the scaffold more than when the law deems it necessary to vindicate the rights of society by inflicting the extreme penalty upon a woman. Then all classes rise up in judgement against that terrible enactment,     "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth." It then becomes apparent, and only then, that the people's very instincts are on the side of mercy, even to the most dastardly specimen of the human race. But the world has not   yet discovered how to govern the people, therefore it is still necessary to govern by fear, and so the gallows must have its prey, and the wretch he hurled into the great hereafter through the agency and the mum-   mery of the b...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CROWDER'S NOTE BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

A CRMOEfi'S JyfiTE ??-? ? ''-600i(t -?';????' -'n; ', ki'iJnd'B.-teve itu'iirgWmAnt^-.'Ji.1. 'say's' tliatrthVs mils on 'the' tramway* Were itti-1 ported ; ftom Bn^laiid by -the .cbntaictor.' 'B.^ill.Uaye i^lt^at thpy,w^re p^nshqaedl from tlii Main Lmo ^aflway,, but, iji can. not ma£e/ when (hey, were paid for, as. he ,says he' lias': no reoblteotiou'of Mter seeing in' print .^Jliftt they fcave lieBn eettlefl for;1 .Could iyou i mfOrm '.your : Reader1 who is «'3SP*i-i ??:.. li'llu.' I..:1 ;-i ?--.' :- ? Things are pretty, easy going so far as -ouf olty'Mner^ art Concerned.' They have' a lBWTtW aU 'pariSel carts 'Mhafl pay ft license; but the aot'i is not -enforced, 66me pay, andispmS do: tiot ; fthWsa who »pay, /well i end good,, but those ^hatjdonjt, there is not, tQuo^said^bput the mutter. I he^r'.that; iparc^l cart 'owners arb going 'to test fhe' question. J They taaintjiin that as there 'is' uoBtandiin any part of the icily blotted to thani tUby -cannot legally, be expected to :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

Sydney keeps np its name for cheap tanglefoot. The businous juice can be. bought in' the suburbs for three ha'pence a; half pint'. ' ' Jack,' said the fair girl, ' do you play poker P ' Pleased by the interest that the questioh denoted; he coughed twice to drown' tlio' voice of conscience, and ariswerpd : ,' No ; never,' JIo was just getting veitdy.'to say 'tie mine,' -when1 lie heard her mijaimir :' ' Dear me ! ho* much you ttljs.ii. ' CjJhie parly Borne evening abd ['11 tbadh Vou'-the eairie. ?

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Black Dingo CHAPTER VIII.—Continued [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

i3lack Dingo ! [Bv ^Ti J. Shebidan.] : : CrTAPTB^;^tt7;ii-Coh|jn^a. ' ; , Dingo!? iniawil-. cptnpjentiwaB 'a. pianly^ooking fellow- iu spite of hie clotfa. :?- Tbeite is * iot6f thte oHginal Adam in him if I am any judge.' iflorciniff a^ifiilfe 'to liifl uti^ilHng lfps WMd^lta :fens*f|ered ;-!M /doubt We Wi^l bp^f j^Mstayi^ of (any. lepgth,' and tiien his conegieace reproaclied Mm and ihe ' tbonght 'The ? truth offered up aB a b&drtfice^to' ?Jjbliteness, ' there wetter can 'Be 'friendsliW Ijfetween him and.'me.' ''Wq%anlikeJM^i|)' felt that/ijfc. .wWjj^gaja;, $' *feop the POaversationaLibalUiroliing ..and re pjied to Woodville's half question— ' Mr. Oldoountry i& likely to ^Btay a long time ? hb has |mr*h!a,sed the Bunyijj esiate, and ;assert§ that he is immensely pleased, with his surround ings.' For an instant Woodville's fc^-ain wliirled, he saw a new meaning for what he ? had : termed Mary's flightiness. *Thi* manhftd bought the statiop — a keen pang' of agony, a...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

DRINK ; -*^*^Xo be had of ell GROCERS. Ajik for it and sW yotT tekts rto other.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

I ,|r; muKF uwe IEA.ASK your* BfiJfgPrffi1' | i : ( i'i Ib M 0 AT t&° f ;; ' ; ??- '??y.;.;x'^;;rftrid6iiiBfAiBiLE-;:; ,:;??? ..,;';r- ? - -;. :

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THE HOBART TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

TITIC II01UHT TKAMS. What means this tooting of the horn, Which early with the risiiif; nuirn Awakes the slumb'rer newly bom To curse and swear .' Wlml. rolls -vitli heavv lumbering sniuiil. Kil ins the air wit li hissinj; s mini. And waking i-choi's uiidorirrouii'l. While people stiiro .' Wlm lm-U's up the windiii'.' stuir. Demands your life! yoursuui:! your fare!!! And suys iio has no ??'li;Uiu'1 1' spaiv. If you're a man .' Who lightly Uippelh up l!w -tail-. And smiling asketh fur your fail', Kojping meanwhile an i-ye on mere, WliL-n hwuily's tliere .' Who's getting most amazing stout. And walks as if he had the gout, Hut likes to help fnir women out Of. thi! iram-car.' Who like to go to Sandy Hay And on tin: sands at night lophy.' Where did thcwi ycniig folks Irani the way To slip up Ma.' Who turns up when y.w luisl cxp-cl, Tn see if all thiiiL's are ounvct .' To New Town, niidain.1 Yes. ilhxrl ! Tiim-'siip! Away!! Oh, Mr. Parker, Uinwood loo, Inspector Hiiine and tramway crew, ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

(Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) ! STOCK AND SBIABEBEOkERV ' ' t No. 17 HOB ART^OCS EXCHANGE, ? CoH.INg-BTffiET, gp^fBT. Piccadilly CafeT' 87 LIVERPOOL-STBEET 87 is the place to get a good Cup of TEA, CO*jFEE(;OR C^QpOIjATE, with all fcikdft-of Pastry an d 'Sweets, at \r. ? ? ? Moderate Prices.. ' ????? EOBEETS & CO., Proprietors. I «l, L. 8AU.LT,- -:.-:. -..' TAIL OB, 96 ELIZABETH STBEET, Is now making to order Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing at the following prices : — Men's Sac Suits from 45s. , ?'' Beaufort from 65s. Frock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. Trousers from 12s. 6d. Youths' Suits from 17s. 6d. ' - ? Boys' Enioker SuitB, 21s. First - Class Workmanship Guaranteed N.B.— NO FIT NO PAY. CHEAP BOOTS. 20,000 Pairs to seleot from. 20 PEE CENT, cheaper than any other house in Hobart The Secret is we BUY FOE CASH And SELL FOE CASH. Address, People's Boot Co., 188 ELIZABETH STEEET (Opposite Ash, Chemist.) S. Wade Cower * PICTUEE-FEAME MAKEE & PICTUEE DEALEE,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

LIKE DUCKS TO Th WATER ONE AFTI5R THE OTH1511 ONE Al'TKll THE OTHER ONK AFTKll THK OTHER The People Flock to PLAISTEK'S. BUT WHY? Well to be candid with you, I GEL CHEP. And not only that, you get good ho value. m Where others sell Gent's inferior cotton t of cloth for 2-.s.. I sell them good wool Suits for his G.I, therefore you SAV1S 8s Gd in one line only. With that Eight and Sixpence, let me wlint vou can do. Why, pay your far. upwards of 30 miles iu boat, train, or cc ?lis is only one line I am quoting. matter be it'Hat. Collar, Tic, Shirt, or 6. you savo on every article by dealing witl THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, A. E. Plaister's 95 ELIZABETH STEE) Lloyd'6 Buildings, THE ONI,V A UDRES-5.. -j Union Lfn^of^ \ Steamers.1 i The Lirg'jst and litwt Appointed Via. Steamships in (lie Southern HeimVplio The Masniiiccnt Steamers of this 1 maintain r^ulav p.issuiijnsr smd cargo vices between Tasmania. New Zealand. Australasian ports, with Hranoh Line: Fiji and the South Sea Islands. l'UINCH'AL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

i PORT ARTHUR. OPECIAL VISITORS' TRIP. The Union Steamship Company's magnificent s.s. OONAH, 1700 tons, 2000 h.p., will leave ARGYLE -STREET PIER on TUESDAY NEXT, January 30, at 'J a.in,, returning to town at 7.30 p.m. ' The grand scenery in the Derwent and towering basaltic columns of Cape Raoul are seen to greatest advantage on this trip- ? By special permission of the Minister of Lands and Works the PENITENTIARY and Old GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS will be thrown open to visitors. Tuesday next not being a public holiday the steamer will not bo crowded, and the trip is specially suited for Visitors. Luncheon and Tea can be obtained on board, . Return Fare, 5s. Children, 2s. 6d. C. HOLDSWORTH, Branch Manager. THEATRE ROYAL. Lessees ... Messrs. Williamson & M —grove PVENT OF THE YEAR. Commencing MONDAY, JANUARY 29, The Favorites of Seven Colonies, the most popular organisation in Australasia, POLLARD'S LILIPUTIAN OPERA COMPANY, 60 in number 60, assisted by 100 TRAINED AUXILIARIES, i...

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FREE SPEECH. [?] OUTSIDE AND I'LL FIGHT YOU! [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

Hree speech. ^HiIE OUTSIDE AND I'LL j^H FIGHT YOU ! ' ^^H is is naturally what the valiant ^^^| -able Nicholas J. Brawn says to ^^^H tppoaent who vanquished him, ^^^J e up that bone at once and un ^^H #$dly, and if there is not another ^^^| I thrown down so that there may j^^H ough for both of us we will have ^^^H ej worry for the same old ^^^H It is a pity that a man of N. J. ^^^M ponderosity has not a little more -i^^H at indispensable requisite to a ^^^H cian vulgarly known as cheek. ^^^H i only had just a little more i^^^f ince he could almost outrun the ^?P, The Mercury, which is ^^H 'B very sore when a conservative j^^H x- the wall, whether at home or ^^^H d, feels very badly the defeat of ^^H ate Speaker and lends him a :^^H to define his ' position.' Some :^^H quhart's friends have had a rare ^^^H at the cool audacity of the in i^^H pn given to the present member. ^^H Clipper's idea of N. J.'s position :^^H -t he is very much out in the :^^H and very likely to stay there. .^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

NOVEL EXCURSION— Yacht Bace and Fire Camp Social.— The s.s HUON will make an excursion to Denne's Point, leaving Brook-street Pier 2.30 p.m., following the Yachts during race ; then making a stay on the well-known Perch hank for a couple of hours' Fishing. The Grand Camp Social will then be visited, the steamer leaving on the return at 8.45 p.m. from Denne'e Jetty. A good tea may be had on Steamer, whose saloon is under the car* of competent stewards. Moonlight. Fares per steamer, 2s.; Children le. QUIET SUNDAY EXCURSION. GRAND FISHING TRIP. The s.s. CYGNET (Under Charter) will make an EXCURSION TO ADVENTURE BAY On SUNDAY NEXT, leaving the Brooko-streot Pier at K a.m. sharp. Tickets, Three Shillings eaoh. Breakfast and other Meals may bo obtained on board. GC. E. GROCERY STORE, ? — To meet convenience of Country Customers, Mr. Clifford has reopened his Branch at DILLON'S ARCADE. ? CLOCKS, Clocks, Clooks— Cleaned and Repaired from Is. 6d. E. Keen -fc Co. RACING Chronograph Watchos a ...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this luanuer ; the infinite hubbub unslookened.

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GRATEFUL UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

GRATEFUL UNEMPLOYED. It must be remembered that during the . unemployed agitation pome months ago. a number of men were sent up to Jerusalem to cut wood for the Railway Department by Mr. F. Back, the General Manager of Go vernment Hallways. The men only terminated their work last week, em ployment having been given to nine. A portion of that body has waited upon us and desire ua to publicly thank Mr. Back for his genuine efforts to relieve them in their dire distress. They say that they have been enabled to earn fair wages at the work and express themselves as thoroughly satisfied with the return. Mr. Back's uniform kindness to them is very gratefully acknowledged. Not only were they provided with passes to proceed to Jerusalem, but during the Christmas holidays Mr. Back for warded each- of them a return pass to Hobart so that they might be enabled to spend the holidays with their friends, and when the job was com pleted brought them back to their homes. It is satisfactory to learn ...

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ECCLESIASTICAL IMPUDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

ECCLESIASTICAL IMPUDENCE. That the big religious talkee talkee would fall very flat, with ju«t long odds on a rumpu6 or two taking place to make it worth while attend ing a meeting of the congress, was the confirmed opinion of the unortho dox, and as the parsons have one and all kept away from debatable matter the prognostication has turned out correct, for not a single line of thought has been struck by the much liveried servants of the Church — we do not wish to infer that they are one and all, or even collectively, servants of the Church's Master — that is likely to bear fruit. The congress is decidedly a barren fig tree, although doubtless it has the pleasing effect to its clergy of making them more egotistical than usual and more earnest in collecting moneys for white elephant cathedrals and deaneries, and as an evidence that such is the case Henry Hutchinson breaks out in a piteous appeal in the daily press for more money to pay for the cathedral. As this is presumably a free ...

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CLAKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

©LAeKEf^Y. ' Bat still his tongas ran on, and, with it. everlasting clack, Set «I1 men's ears upon the net' — HnDiBais. W. O. Spence, the shearers' secretary, is a Euieka stockade man and a native of ths Orkneys. f hs yacht of millionaire Vanderbilt cost 4100,000, and is larger than any of the in tercolonial steamers. Ths K.8.W. military authorities are con sidering the advisability of enrolling wheel men as a cyclist eorps. The Ulvcrstonc Exhibition closed last Saturday. It has been nn unqualified success, between £250 to £800 being netted, Peofkssoe Casslbv and his dog Tobv have been running the ' Shader Panto ' at Clverstone. C. E. HABniNa is to row against Bubear for X200 a-side, on IFebroary 35. The course will be on the Thames. K.ANGAEOO Island will probably be token up for settliunent in the interests of the Co operative Commercial Stttlements Association of Australasia. gMoNsiONfm Dillon, late of St. Ai)gqs tine'B Catholic Church, Balmain, has be queathed a thousand to found...

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THE WRONG MAN LIBERATED FROM GAOL. WAS NOT TO BE DECOYED BACK. TOO FLY. THEY RUN HIM IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

The Wrong man LIBERATED FROM QA.OL. WAS NOT TO BE DECOYED BACK. TOO FLY. THEY RUN HIM IN. That truth is stranger than fiction is being exemplified every day, and although it is deemed very easy to get into gaol and that most of us de serve to to there, and being there, it is extremely hard to e-et out. are accepted axioms ; palm oil is not effi cacious as a sure liberator, though it can be used to great advantage iu mitigating hardships hard to be borne. On the 30th ultimo the arm of justice in Hobart was put aside rather uncere moniously by the most stupid of errors, and as a hint to aspiring authors and playwriglidsts it is worth recording. A man, who has been in gaol for many years! was to be liber ated on that date, and accordingly the necessary forme were made out. The deputy gaoler, however, mistook the name for that of another man who was undergoing a senteuce of three months for default of bail. When it was discovered that the wrong man was at liberty efforts were made to ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

? ?:.: v. ..? ? ? -^^a ? ' ? ill s* I |;fi ? «*. i. CO - H fc :9 ? g =S T' g B * g| tf -I fi 5 OT S-3 H* ch* «? £ 2-. n s- SB w S' i^ w -H .M W g. GO g iTi* § S § g«4 - *£ CO. i 1 §H§ ? I g * _J OQ —i P « -8 jz; — -1 35 * °. 1 'a. Se I 5 1 | m g § ° 1 -5 ? - *£ i a-* s ??§ s -^ *- i a g =* Iggi |£ CD g g p co ^r s«2 ? = -sa: M BANK OP VAN DIEMEN'S L/VND, .LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION). grandTottery ' Sanctioned by Special Aotof l'nlliamcnt of Tut-mauia, 57 Vic. No. 2. 1893. amlby.SL'lfi.ClAL ARRANGEMENT with the Uank'n Trustees conducted by G. ADAMS, Esq, (TATTERSALL's), ns SOLE AGENT. Hon. G. P. Fitzgerald.) ,,, , Mopsiv. Do»bo;-, Mitchem,, & Alkpobt, Hon. William Haht p'181'*- Hobart, Solicitors for Trustees. _______ TOTAL VALUE OF ]-H I ZES ? I £3/.iO,OilO IN 80n,()00 SHARKS OF £HCA-3H I ? ' ' ........ _ _.. FIRST PRIZE — — . Magnificent Corner Projieity in centre of City of Hobart. rental value £1150 per annum, together vi~i9i )ircU»fpsot-tcff $ffi-& 61 Wholesale Chem...

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SCOTIA'S POET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 January 1894

Scotia's Poet. Last Thursday waa the 13'.tb anniversary of Robert Hums1 birthday, he liaviug been born on the 25th January, 17.V.I. Although no public demonstration was held in Hobart in honor of the ploughman poet, many Scotch hearts menioralified the day in their family circles.aud as Hauting Hoviu Robin was essentially a pool of the peop'e nil join with them in giving praise and honor to the illustrious dead. We arc indebted to the columns of a Syd ney contemporary for the following culled report of Hums'* obsequies from the Glas gow CouiUKa of Tucslny, 2Cth July, Kiffl, and us it is of great interest to thousands of our readers we re-publish it : — ' On the 2Ut iustaut, died, at Dumfries, uftcr ft liiigeriup illuess, the celebrated ltoliert Biirue. His poetical compositions, distinguished equally by tlio force of untive huuior, hy the warmth aud touder ucss of imnsiou, aud by the glowing touches of a descriptive pencil, will remain a lasting monument of the vigor and the versati...

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