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BRIGHTON HORRORS. INFANTICIDE BY A. SERVANT GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Brighton Horrors. INFANTICIDE BY A SERVANT qiKL. One of UiOHe sad cases that fills the heart with pity and horror occurred at Brighton on December 14, when a single girl namod Martha Turner pjave birth to a child attlie Enterprise Hotel, Brightou Junction. The uirl denied havincr douo so. but afterwards confessed and intimated where the child sould be found. Search was made and the little unfortunate, was taken out of the cesspit. An inquest waslield on the 21st and after- some evidence was taken adjourned till the 28th. Dr. Oldmeadow, of Green Ponds, deposed a6 to the child having been bom alive, and evidence was taken to finding the body and circum stances surrounding the. birth. It appears that Martha Turner had retired to her bed and when the child was bom felt ill ; at about two o'clock she went out aud was absent for two hours and a half. She then returned and went back to bud and rose at seven and went about the house, but was compelled to take to her bed. The doctor gave evi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LETTERS OF S.A.TYER. No. XII. TO THE PROPRIETOR OF TUB MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

LETTERS OF S.A.TYER. No. XH TO THE PROPRIETOR OF THE MERCOaV. My dear Sir,— As the proprietor of n jour nal whiich for upward* of Curly years ha* furnished amusement of exceedingly solid instruction to the people of Australia y«n dessrva mure than pausing attention. Your jnriiluable journalijias a world-wMn rcDuta tion for its sleep-producing qualities, being rven more famous than chloro lync, and when read to excess almost as patent. Taken, however, in moderate dotes your leadera are calculated to exercise a calm and beneficent Influence on our visitors, who, subjected sud denly to the exhilirnting atmosphere of the Hobart drain-:, mi^bt otherwise g« mad with excitement. In its earlier days, and under the guidance of the proprirtnr, Mr. John Daviira, M.H.A., the Mercury is said to have displayed more energy than poiitenesn. That gentleman nsn indeed an energetic man, who knew how to make the wheels ga round, and ?o great was liis force of character that those who were thought into ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Cricket. THE JUNIORS.— Bv Point. N'jt much iutarof was taken in the junior matches oil Saturday, but some close liuishcs Here ttijulc nt West Hob.iit ari.l KitigKtou At the former place (he W.-st Hobart only manage.! to .iefeat St. Mary's by 8 ruM. Kor « est Hobart. McDowell, a promising junior made 16. and K. KeiJ IS. The Union Jack and Kingston match ended in a draw. I'M* was a surprise for Uuiou .jack. Beilerire lm-l an easy wiu against En ? leavoiir. The Wards wei-e again to the fore l for Hellerive, ami Anthony and Hatchelor I for jMiileavour. 1) wa dirt notthiuk it good enough to go to Uokeby. They say it is not goof enough lo pay half-a -crown for a lot of leather hunt ing. J'limty «-on their match against Hoot makers by C,7 runs. Hansou batteit well for i-, ami ltobeits Id, for Trinity ; and Gilligan and 0 Jirieii for the tmobs. 'j'. Bxter bowled well for Kootmakeis, obtaining -5 wickets at a cost of 31 ruus. iCjty tna-ie a big score against Ormond, Molloy ?»-«, McGinnis 35 ...

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FATAL FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

FATAL KIKE. On Tuei-dfiy forenoon, whilst Mrs. KoberU, the porter's wife at Poutvilk-. was attending to thu train, a lire broke out in her cottage situated about 15(1 yards from the platform. She had locked two children in the hnnse to prevent them getting into mischief, anil on the distracted mother opening tlie iloor she was met willi such a' large body of flame that she was beaten back and thelittle ones, aped 3 and 6 vexi's. h:nl to be left to their fate. The house and furniture was totally de 1 roved. At tlie iuqucet held ou Thursday the remains were placed on the table in a dish. These consisted of several pieces of bone — such as the hip bones aud pieoiis of the skulls, also teeth. The remains were found under the window, and (lie glass had melted, and in several instances was glued on to the bones. TJiepnuf stricken m 'tliei- win too ill to attujid the inquest, so it had tu be postponed till the 24th, Tlic Roberts family- are in very poor circumstances, but the neighbours ar...

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YACHTING YABBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Yachting Yabber. The annual ngatfta has once more passed ?way, and alt the yachtsman's worry and anxiety ^attendant on ?hipping, painting, ?Iteration's in hull* and «.iilg, to get his yacht in first-class order for the great event of th«3**«v *&., to win ' Hobart' as it is called, is o,ver, and things hare 'ttled down ln'lnAit-nidiriarv crrove. Daily Wiled inuoh better than she has done for some time, and if well handled should hate b*fiu wall to the front. Miktrat'--natle an error in 4earing the others feWd 'ShVndmg'tlown mid-stream as ?he iru well 'within her time/ and if she had kept with the others, would have most limy won on time. Volant dlA hot go w«ll at all, seemingly right out of form; Mabel retired, being quite outclassed. Her owners would do ' better with some thing more modern. IoUnthe went r«ry well, but could not keep pace with the others. ?m Thte LauncMton owned, but Scotch designed, Ventura, won hands down in the 21ft. class. This little boat sailed remark a...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Boxing. An announcement that two men-o'-trar's- meii would box at Harry Pearco's club on Thursday ereoing last for the champion ship of the fleet had the effect of drawinga crowded hou»e. Elkington, of the Dart, wa* originally pitted against a seaman from the Taurangs, but at the last moment ii; ntus iuuuu mo (aiier couia not attend. I Sess, of the Boomeraap, filled the vacancy, but made a sorry exhibition of himself. He had no chance with the Dart man, arid j was simply a chopping block, causing Manager Pearce to stop the proceedings in the second round, Harry's action meeting the approval of the audience. I Molntyre and Quigley box the best of 20 rounds for a trophy value *50 and side wagers of £100 at the Cumberland A.C., xiiwu , qo-mgnc. The news of the defeat of Charlie Mitchell at the hands of Jim Corbett did not come as a surprise. Most people were under the impression that Mitchell wouldn t enter the ring. However, he appears to have quitted in the third round. The whole aff...

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FREE SPEECH. THE SOVEREIG[?]EIGN OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

f REE SPEECH! THE SOVEEEIGN^IEIGN OP THE .PEOPLE. Nothingj&irld be wore opportune* than the joSf of a rnisgionary of the New Australia movejnent to ..our shores, ak| Mis to b©;_j^gretted ^ijat ance Hall on Wednesday night. Our local conservative organs have been over zealous in instilling into the minds of the public that New Aus tralia was synonimous with the im becility of fanatical labor agitators, and therefore it came as a surprise to more than one of the scanty audience to find themselves addressed by a worker truly, and .likewise An agitator, but the superior of the ordinary lec turer as is the eagle to the chatter ing and cunning magpie ; a man of considerable personality, address, and flow of language, and above all a typical reformer, full of religion and sincere trust in God in man. It takes a speaker of great power to con trol a large audience when the air is surcharged with the electricity of the many; but the man must be thoroughly in earnest and well equipped ...

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Black Dingo CHAPTER IX. THE STONE THAT WAS REJECTED OF THE BUILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Black Dingo [By J. J. Sheridan.1 CHAPTER . IX. The Stone that was Rejected of the Builder*. Leaving the outlaw to enjoy the triumph he had achieved over the guardians of the law, we will change the scene of action to the little study occupied by Smiles, the ' dear old man ' referred to by Mrs. Whyso, in a small chamber on the ground floor of the Rev. Alfred Woodvilie's dwelling the study in question waR located. Here surrounded by an array of silent friends neatly attired in natural tinted bindings the old gentleman passed his time in study and experiment. He wat strange in person and odd in character. His peculiaiities of mind and body had from early youth exposed him to th« ridicule and contemptuous pity of the thoughtless and commonplace. Even his friends, tainted by the prevailing misapprehension spoke, of him as a sort of mild enthusiast, of not too sound judgment. Perhaps unfortu nately for himself he passed throue-h life misunderstood— a fate he ex perienced in common with th...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

HdfDEN WBBUB. 1 EmU and .Ter§ri3%t$|r it luts, in &| ALDE5&IAN BIpllIiETS' Rfif; ;^sign|pj|n. f$, Alder.n^ftjfldl6v*v*:lfna8tio«%na: protest re-opened the matter of the ?motion of censure passed upon him — it was a distinct deseension for him to argue the matter with men that ?hare proredthemselvei veritable dolts. His duty as a representative of the people as opposed to cliquism was plainly either to resign or to stand to his guns and treat the motion with contempt and thus reduce it to a fiasco. By resigning, as he has finally chosen to do, he drives the people the oppor tunity of reaffirming the position he has taken up and asserting that great privilege dear to every Britisher, the right of freedom of speech. It is a doctrine foreign to every element of our constitutional government that after a man is elected by the people he is not supposed to represent certain views after the majority have vetoed them. No wonder with the feeling prevailing that the council is ...

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THE RAZOR AND THE AFGHAN. THE CUTLERY INVOLVES THE GOVERNMENT IN SPEEDING A FIVER NOT OVER WISE OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

The Razor and the Afghan. THE CUTLERY 'INVOLVES THE GO VKRNMES'T IN Sl'B DING A KIVKK NOT OVER WISE OFFICERS. Recently a little party were spending a sociable time at an hostelry in Ontlands.' Things were just a little joyous when a licensed alien drummer appeared on the scene with his pack. The man from ??Id Jerusalem forthwith commenced to display his ware*. One of the party, belne nroinnted either to do evil or have a joke, secreted a r«or be hind a glass, and another iu the know im mediately -lrew the darkcy'a attention to the apparent theft. Then the row commenced, as can only be hearl when a man that is neither black nor white is injured, or when M r. Pig ig being ' stuck. ' When the human babel was at its height, the Assyrian was pointed out*, man that 'did not' interfere with his goods. The alien immediately failed iu the local police force into its entirety ami handed the supposed delinquent into custody. Aji the accused was a man that the ?' foorce ' did not like the hands...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

W VOU LfKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR AWARDED ML JH ^^ M^^M^^M gold&sbvermedals ?«? -Wmm^m VPW CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA& CEYLON TEAS „ ? PROCURABLE j

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

#lo*. I Bt Momus.1 . D7§i C'™«.-T&i;dmiral . 11irUS8ioninew'$i«abby ''eM-WJi|e °abby ''''^ «n weargSld wiukb oh T,(« «^^ij-._. same as his captaiuB and sich as are ? rekond by the lord,1»gh admirals in 1 Brittain to be fit for Bea angels. § 'Chew «me - «eleBtf at -Tirnanttnls 1 dazzled the driver that wasent hughes 1 to them and the following mixing J occurred :— The Lord Hiifh Admiral 1 of the Southern Seas received an j invite to a aemi-offioiftl stuffing match m at the vice-regal residence and pro- M ceeded to the mastication entertain- m ment in the grandeur of blue and M gold array seated in a private carriage H as was a thing ' quite' beootntn the W dignity of a saltwater rnag!n'atfc. ;1 So |9 far he obeyed the orders of .the grate W Nelson and determined to; 'Veep \m W eye on'tbe fact that England 'expect* a even an admiral to do' hie duty and '' 1 hang the expense. Three captains of % Britain's iron persuaders; conscious M of the respect due to their chief hired a a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

LIKE DUCKS TO THE WATER ON'K AFTKH THIS OTHHH ONE AI-TKIi Till-: OTIiKI! ONE AFTUH THK OTHKIl The 1'ooplc H'M.-k- to PIiA.I6TKK'.S. BUT WHY? Woll to bu tiiuiliil with yuu, I GEL CHEP. And not only that, 'yon pot pnA honest v;iluii. Where others sell Cent's infonor cittoii suits Df clotli for --'.s:. I sell them ?i,ml All- i wool Units for H!s *i'l, lUer.'V.jro you SAVE Ss li.l in one line only. Willi thai Eiplit ;inil Sixpence, lei me see what you can do. Why, p:iv your ftue for upvvari^ of 30 miles iu boat, train, or eoseh This is only one line I iiiu M'1''1 ''!-'? No matter be it' Hnt.CfillBT. Tic, .Shin, or Books, you save on every uriii.-li1 by iloaliut; with THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, A. E. Plaister's 9 5 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, Tin; oxi. v v -d.i i:s-. Union Line of Steamers. The Larj^l a-.ul liosl AppoiuleJ Fleet of Steamships in (hi- Souiheni Hemisphere. The Miifrniiiceiii Stenmcas -if this Line luaintuiu rfRul.-u1 p;i-i*i;ujjer and eiugu sur vicesbelwoun 'J'n'-uiaii ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

i , , ..THSAT&E «OYAL:. ?? 'iXieei V.\ MwW».*WHliwn8on & MusgroY* ' tOLLA^D'S LILIPUTIAN J»ft JMPANY. MONDAY, K&fcruAry , 6tfc, TOESDAV. Fekruvfethj^nd VfBDMESDAT, ,?? F«Druary. Hh, ^ , ? „ , ., ' - , Oilbftrt and SulliVftn'*' Mftstorpieoe, THE ' 'GblJBOttEKS. r Aa played by tWpiCtompftny at the Pnti cwi T.Matafc WeMJoume. -i ?? ' - ' TtfattfeWiii;. ' February. $th, ? ;? ;? -Trfl;inltADo. :.;.'. ' 1TMbA.it/Jrebruary' 9tn, - AN AOAMMISSIBDEN if HE PIRATES. BATUEDJlT. *%brn»ty ICith, ' ,,. H.M.«. PINAPOBE. i GEAND OA*NIVA1j ATTEACTION , rtirt $* Nifhte of the |5oa«m, ? . ? ? ? Conm»noW:iM9WAT^' WbWW ;,««», First ProlucUpn in Hpb^rt ; of JhlobdwtffcvB Worto-lafaea Comic Oper», ? ? v EEMINIE. ' ' .'' TbenQpeMs produced under t*»' sole direction Uf Mr. Toto Pollard. ? ???? BQK Plan at Susjnaa'a. p^v&!*:Wv ; ? Buelnesi Manag«v_ \ Bf §dC*RTY (-F ' T'aS'M ANl A; jf\- . ? ??? ???' '?????? ???? ??'?'?' ''? '? ?' '? ' ' Patron i ..Hit Exbellemcy ' Viscount =Goi-...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Mininc Notes ano Tips [Bt Group..] There ia Uttle to report, for tlie past week. Lefroy is to the front again in gold, and the Chum* promise well for the future. For some reason Oonahshave-eaeed a bit, but they Are still the cheapest stock to buy. Reports from the Oonah prove the value of the Junction mine. The Silvester is not turning out as well as it should do. I strongly advise the Directorate to havethe machinery removed, and sink a shaft on the excellent. Galena lode discovered by the tributors. This is a strong and good lode, and the ore could be raised at once. The cost of shifting the machinery would only cost about .£200. Companies that have given up work and that have a few pounds to spare should invest their balances in shares in the V.D.L. Bank lottery. Another parcel of ore from the; Queens and no assay., given. No wonder the shares are again-dropping in -value. What about the tributes ?. Not a word of information' is vouchsafed. Tlie directorate,, by its reticence is ...

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SENSATIONAL ARREST. LETTERS RIFLED. A. LAZY AND DISHONEST POSTMAN ALF. CRISP'S ELECTION CARDS NOT DELIVERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

Sensationac Arrest. ' LETTERS EIFLBb'. '' A hWi AND DISHONEST POSTM1N ALF. CEISP'S ELECTION CARDS NOT DELIVERED. Things were lively at the polioe office on Wednesday afternoon when Constable Turbet presented himself before the officer of the day with a young man '; named Humphrey Pratt under his official wing, and as an .evidence thali something' was amiss in the character of the latter the policeman produced a bed sheet crammed with letters and documents pf every de scription. I'ratt is a letter-carrier and was forthwith chaiged with robbery. Prior to the arrest Detective Qavitt, armed with a search warrant, visited Pratt's house, the result beiqjj that the detective unearthed about a thousand letters, newspapers, and circulars. Many had been thrown aside from laziness, others again had been rifled of their monetary contents- Amongst the bundle were a number of Mr. Crisp's franked cards forwarded to the ''free »nd independent ' at the last genewil election. A« the hon. member only ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 February 1894

OBITUARY. "We are such stuff as dreams are made of,   and our little life is rounded with a sleep." By the amentel death of the late Mrs.   Dinah Wignall, another link in the chain which binds us to the past is broken. The deceased lady was the wife of our esteemed fellow citizen—Mr. B. Wignall, of Harring-   ton street—and died somewhat suddenly on     Sunday evening last shortly after return- ing home from Divine worship. She was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Jen- nings, and was born at Bradford, Yorkshire, England, in the year 1826, and arrived in this colony in the year 1854, therefore at   the time of her death she was a colonist of 40 years, and in her 68th year. She leaves one sister, Mrs. W. Cowburn, (New Norfolk), a sorrowing husband, and 8 children (6 daughters and 2 sons), besides several grand children to mourn her irreparable loss. Her brother, the well known and popular Tas- mani...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES 60 x 200, close to Tram and Bail £30 each. Payable Monthly Plans, etc, from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 1 Cook's Chambers, ELIZAJ1ETH-ST11EET, HOBA.RT. JAMESROBB, IMPORTER, EuzAHETll-STKEET. Just unpacked, ex Lufra, a Large Assortment of CARRIAGE, GIG, AND BUGGY LAMPS. Also manufacturing Saddles, all of TASMANIAN LEATHER, Any Pattern. Hotels. E. M'Hugh (Late of Launceston) Intimates to his friends and the public that he has taken the commodious ?/? CORNWALL HOTEL, ' COENEE OP AEGYLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL' TNN7~ 255 Argyle-stkeet. The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and Boers. J. J. McLOUGHLIN, Proprietor. . Telephone 91. TF YOO WANT A GLASS OF GOOD BEEE CALL AT MARTIN CASEY 'H Canterbury Inn, Elizabeth-st. N.B.— Martin Casey guaran tees that his Boer will not produce a swells 1 head in the morning. Try it ! Rogers and Son, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, MURRAY AND COLLINS STREETS HOBART. PROPERTIES FO...

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LIVERPOOL STREET RIOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

LIVERPOOL STJIKBT RIOt' Ukab CWPP^.— I wish to state a few .tyct* concerning the late fracas that oc curred at the Central H..tel in Liverpool street on Tuesday oTeiiing Jan. The public 'has been minlea.1 by the ,|ailv papers «s ifcgaitUtliotTiMifiiutstrftbe, fiise I beine an cyo. witness,, in .fact, implicate.! in the fracas, wish to *t«te how the row «t n«.l i mirttwoolh.T_frielid, went to the Central Hotel to obtain iefi'e«hiueiitK. ami in the tm- that we wee being Nerrei a qunrivl Btarlei b tivucn a liiiin-of-whis1 mm on tll(, Oil.uulo, lan.l twooihers off the Taur-Miwi. Ihe single man fuiil ihai he1 had aiiisabfal arm, showing on the point of hia elbow an abscess of »; very ? painful nature,, or other iBehemidhe would fight the. two of them. Charles Snow, a mere boy, injteffered and said that it would be cowardly of them to fight a man with an arm like that, where upon one of the1 tars said 'we will fight you then, and at once assaulted him. He knocked one of them down and the ...

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THE ETHICS OF THE MASH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 February 1894

THE ETHICS OF THE MASH. Such is the heading chosen by the potato poet who, nothing deterred by such a thing as sentiment surmises that the communioation of Franois Knorr to Prbniier Patterson took the shape of 'Hints to Ladies,' and so we clip from a contemporary the following : — TO MY SISTEES. If in any little business You snould ever chance to be : Any little line «f business That's not stribtly Q and T, Keep this motto well before you And 'take your time from me' — ?' Mash, Mash, MaahJ' Humble be your first endeavour, Catch a policeman on the sly (He may tome in very handy), Coax with kiss and apple pie Practise on him. You may tackle An inspector bye and bye. The detectives oan't be trusted You must leave them for a whila, But in innooent divereon Fleeting moments may beguile With the unpaid magistracy — . Thirteen dozen to the mile. ' Mash, Mash, Mash !' The selection's very varied : You may strike 'em anywhere, Just a, smile may do the trick here, Though it tains a sovereign ...

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