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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 February 1894

ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES 60 x 203, oloae to Tram and Eiil £30 each. Payable Monthly Plans, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 1 Cook's Chambers, HMZA BETH-STREET, HOBA.RT. Hotels. E. M'Hiigh (Late of LaunceBton) Intimates to his friends and the public that he has taken the commodious CORNWALL HOTEL, CORNER OP ARGYLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL INN, 255 Abqyle-stkeet. The B.ist Spirits, Wiles, Ales, aad Biers .». J. McL0U3HLI!*, Proprietor. Telephone 91. Rogers and Son, 11BAL ESTATE AGENTd, MURRAY AND COLLINS Sl'liEKrS HO BART. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. ' K.B.C. PROPEH PIES GUIDE,' issued gratis, may be obtained on application at the Offices, corner Murr.iy aud Collins StreetB. ^ Tho e-itire mm ige'iieat of Esfcxfces, and Collection of Bents in Town or Couutry undertaken. Statements rendered monthly quarterly, or hilf-yotrly, according to in structions. CENTRAL PROPERTY EXCHANGE ? [Established 1871—22 Ykaub] Printed m...

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T.R.C. Retrenchment. HUNGRY AND THIRSTY BOBBIES OUT IN THE COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 February 1894

T.R.C. Retrenchment. HUNURY AND THIRSTY BOBBIES OUT IN THE COLD. The Tosmanian Racing Club, in common with similar institutions in Australia, ha« gon« in for drafetic retrenchment. One item that has boen out down is open to debate ' rery tnuoh.' We refer to the ' Policemen's Sweepstakes.' It used to be the custom to hare a strong ponse of police on the ground, who received perks from the club to the extent of five shillings per man pet day. All that is done away with now, and ' Perieeoeman X ' finds hinmelf called upon to do duty without the slight hono i-iriuni. But this is not all. The man in blue is compelled to do about rcvru hours duty on an empty stomach and a dry thorax. The gentlemen forming the com mittee of the T.R.C. iizight very noil re store Robert the ' bull ' for his day's graft, for his lot is not the happiest when you come to consider tin-. I the scrapings of Melbourne and Syduey congregate at ElwioV, and are only kept in check by the police. In Lannoeston the polic...

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Obit [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 February 1894

Obit [BY TALKER.] It is with sad regret that I have to record the death of the well-known ' Brown,' who died in the opinion of men after a most painful display of meanness over the Brown v. Urquhart case. He was suffering from a   terrible thrust in the bread-busket given him by the electors of Cumberland, which quite unseated him, and after calling in all the professional aid of the colony managed to rally a little, but owing to the bitter feeling of the Zeehan populace he slipped his wind, and sad as it is to relate will never rise again in their estimation. The procession that wended its way down Main street, Zeehan, on Saturday evening last was indeed a very solemn and impos- ing one to express indignation at the manner in which the Hon. Brown un- seated Mr. Urquhart, the returned member for Cumberland, headed by the band play ing the ' Dead March,' the hearse bearing the only remains available of the Hon. Brown, surrounded by an appropriate epitaph : — Sacred to th...

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THE COMING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

'''^ THE i COMING 'MAN. [?] ' Don t make a noise I toll you. Cau't you see him coming? ' ''WhoP' 'Why the new policeman.pff course; he'll run you in if he. only heais yeii whisper d^ — -. My word he ie strict, and intends while on Zeehan to distinguish himself, land meant to let them see at headquarters that they lost ft good man when they rejected him Tor the city.' Hover mind he has suo ceeded in making himself felt here. He strike* terror into the very soul, aa he slowly and ninjestjc^lly trends his beat, and mauiums just mention to their unruly children that the big policeman is near, which is quite sufficient to make them obey commands. The boys fall away like smoke, for he has a voice like thunder, and when he does speak he shakes the place like an earth tremor. 'The other evening a little incident hap pened which shows how strictly he per forms hiB duty. One of the boys liad taken a drop too much, and imagining him self a great orator began spouting in front of one of the hot...

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A SUCCESSFUL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

A SUCCESSFUL SOCIETY. The Equitable Life Assurance Society U.S., continues on its successful careei' According to cable received by Mr. D. W. Lewin, the Hobart resident secretary, the annual report shows that the assets exceed .£3.5,000,000, being an increase for the year of £3,3:12,572 ; that the new business amounted to nearly .£43,000,000, an increase of about £1,000,' 100 on the new business of 1892. The expense rate has been still further reduced, and the surplus funds of the society amount to nearly £6,750,000, which is equivalent to having on hand £12* for every £10!) of IiaMlity. These figures give some idea of the enormous' strength and vigorous growth of the society. The economical management of the Equit able is shown by the fact that for years Ctthe profits under its tontine system ?e been enormous.

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Yachting Yabber. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Yachting Yabber. After a lapse of several years a regittn was held at Sandy Bay on Saturday, last, For yachting the weather was all thnt could be desired, a fine S.K. breeze blowing all th ? time, accompanied by a heavy slop at the bottom buoy, which tested the we;\theiiu(j and seagoing qualities of the yachts. The leadine- 28ft. vacht sailed a splendid race from start to finish, Gitaua finally crossing the line first, the rough water just suiting her an she weathered out from the Volant on the beat down the last time splendidly. Volant went well, reaching fast, but not hanging to wmdwurd so well as Gitana. Daisy sailed very well, con sidering the crew she hod. If siiled by a good man would have come in first over line. lolanthe showed up well, but was rather short-handed for ft rough day. The old Mabel, with O. Cheverton in command, woke up again, hanging well on to the leaders, considering the -strong breeze, and with a yery liberal time allow ance won first prize. It is not encou...

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

'' BOXINf™' ~ On Monday eveningjost Cully Griffin Mid Tom Caxi wet at Harry Pflftree'e btll : to decide a little matter. Jack Evans was ; referee and Tommy Ryan timekeeper. Directly they stepped into the ring it wm , seen that Cully was in good oondjtip.n, while Carr was very soft, lbe latter, however, unwisely opened out with hir left and puffed himself out. Although he dasied Cully a bit at the start the table* were sonn curneu, ww -^»»* uwi»'v hugged the floor, so muoh so that he had to be cautioned l-y the refereo. In the beginning of the second round Cully caught Carr under the «ar, and that setUed the aftair, for the latter failed to come to time. Two lads furnished a pre liminary spar, but neither showed muoh , form. Harry Pearoe tried to kid Oarr to have another go at Griffin in three weeks time, but Tom hhited that he would like to go home and think hard first. Corbett chartered a special train at the conclusion of his fight with Mitchell to proceed to New York to be welcom...

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Black Dingo CHAPTER XII. IN UNSEEN BONDS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Black Dingo [By J. I. Sheridan.] CHAPTER XII. In Unsukn Bonos. Sniiles prepared for bis journey, and evening found him with. Wood viJle driving towards Nathalia. In due course they reached the tiny town and passed through its one wide street, traversed the bridge spanning Ifroken Creek and halted at the long railway platform. Alfred put the old man aboard the 5.17 p.m. mixed train, waited till the engine tugged ifa mi'iAd frv.itrht citywards and then departed to his solitary home. Woodville found that he had set himself a miglity task. His im patient, restless temperament urged to action, conditions demanded patience. ' Wait ' was the only answer he could give to the pas sionate impulses that stirred within him. ' Wait,' and as time sped on its tedious course from day to day, he would exclaim ' Perhaps to-morrow.' But the morn that was to herald the return of his aged relative, lagged lazily in the dark caverns of the future, and the passion-tortured soul could only live upon itself...

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SPRING BAY SEDUCTION CASE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

SPRING BAY SEDUCTION CASE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. In connection with this case of the seduction of a young girl by her sexage narian fester father it transpires that the wife and daughter had demanded that the girl-victim should be sent away j but that the old reprobate had, partly in defenoe of the girl and particularly for his own pro tootion, insisted that she should remain. They then left their home for the city, leaving tho girl to her fate to ngnt tnrougn th» trials of childbirth, with only her seducer to perform the necessary offices. Since, the local police have been making enquiries, but were denied an interview with the girl herself, and as she is care fully kept out of the way nothing has been ascertained that would give them the right to take action. Some of her relatives are now moving in the matter to try and get the girl's removal, and it is a peculiar feature in the ease that so successfully has it been hushed up that had it not been for The Clipper they would have bee...

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

C. J. Millington. 34 ELIZABETH-STREET, HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST. CALO0N under the competent Manage p ment of Mb. E. McVILLET. ' Haircutting, ft!. ; Shaving, 8d. Monthly Custom, 2s. -!il. Full .Flavored Tobacco and Cigars at prices to meet the times. First-Class Skittle Alley attached. ? c. j. milLtngjon, Next Burn's Auction Mart. .. Fla^vs & Williams, MILLINERS. COSTUMIERS, AND FANCY DRAPERS. For PLAIN and FANCY DRAPERY, MILLINERY and COSTUMES, WE ABE SPECIALISTS: Our STYLE/QUALITY anif PRICE in these Departments are increasing our business in spite of all depressions. Our Stock of HOSIERY/GLOVES, RIBBONS, LACES, &c., &c., are worthy of any Lady's inspection. '. . . ? ? ? ? ??(??? ? WE ONLY SOLICIT ONE TRIAL. We are confident of the result. Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, - ? HOBART. ? ALBERT^ PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES 00 x 200, close to Tram and Bail £80 each. Payable Monthly Plans, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 1...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

Music and the Stage. FBt Keino.1 The Grand Musical and dramatic Recital at th« Town Hall, on February 23, wsb a success as a concert. Mrs. Lewis recited the Trial Scene (Shakespeare's ' Merchant '), Dickens s ' Fiz&iwlg's Ball,' the ' Tenement lloun:,' especially the firBt, very successfully, being just in her line, which evidently iijcast more for the stage than the reciting platform. Mrs. Emery Gould's ?' Una V'oce,' ''Land of Rest.' Mascasini's ' Intermezzo,' and Gounod's ' Ho Messo,'1 were very enjoyable bo far as the vocaliam was concerned, mavred only slightly by such enunciation as 'gioicar,' sheilto-day. deepeace. We have not heard the How-Zither played as well since the Jungfrau-Kapelle'u visit as Mr. Lewis did. Mr. Otto Linden played the piano solos very scholarly. The tempo of Mendelssohn's A major, No. ft, Book 5, pel haps excepted. An Orpau Recital and Sacred Concert on Monday, at the Memorial Church, wasanother interesting musical event, and was well attended. ...

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

... I Jas. Sargeant, ((Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) ' I STOCK AND SHAREBRO^EK, I. 17 HOBART STOCK EXCHANGE, I CoDLINS-STBBET, HoBART. Plccad»lFy~Cafe, I LI VEBPOO L-STEEET 87 I is *.he place to-geka good Cup of EA, COKFEE, OR CHOCOLATE, kith all kinds of Pastry a-d Sweets, at I Moderate Prices. I ROBERTS & CO., Proprietors. J. L. SAULT, I TAILOR, I 96 ELIZABETH STREET, I now making to order Men'6, Youths' and lys' ClothUig at the following prices :— | Men'6 Sac Suits from 45s. I Beaufort from 65s. [ock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. I Trousers from 12s. 6d. Youths' Suits from 37s.6d. I Boys' Knicker Suits, 21s. [rst - Class Wovkmanship Guaranteed N.B.— NO FIT NO PAY. Is. Wade Gower, ICTURE-FRAME MAKER & PICTURE I DEALER, 65 MURRAY-STBEET. hporter of Gilt and Eboniaed Pier Glasses wture-Frames and Glass Show-Cases made [ on the shortest notice. P. C. Abbott, 74, MURRAY-STREET, I1ACTICAL WATCHMAKER & MANU I FACTURING JEWELLER. leapest House in the City f...

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NEW SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

NEW SONG. Tune, ' My Mary Ann orthe Roving Gardener. I'm Ouiet John the dodger, a knowing City blade, To all things devoting rumination ; Anil should you waut to know my stock in trade. Listen and I'll jrivc the whole oration. Oli, my ! a whale's the l;inH' of fish, I eucss you'll own that's ,1 true observation, Ami if H/1U li^i-.i ilm ii..ti.tii wlit* i'i~.ti'll ll ll/l bini in the ocean, For 'tis said thit'shis only habitation. Oh. my! li=lcn old a'd young. Walk up and express your admiration, For this weighty information, is L'aiii''d by cogitation, And unblushing pock your noee in pellet rat ion. I liave too a knowing card, Swanky Smith they call him here. Tliat with tue ha^uiade an embarkation ; He can make two. two, six, count ten months to the year, And prove it be wonderful narration. Oh, my ! a learned man is learned. That is if he's bad an education, He knows that A's for ass. and that B must stand for brass, And understands the science aerostation. Ob, my ! listen old and...

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

Mr. J. Butters TTAS TAKEN OVER THE CANTERBURY INN, ELIZABETH - STREET, and wishes all his old Friends — and Strangpri — to look him up. AND DON'T YOU FOEGET IT ! S~~ YDNKT TAILORING & (XUTHIUtx COMPANY for Cheap READYMADE CLOTHING. Sui'S from 17s. 0d. All Wool Trousers from 4s. lid. a pair; best quality, bs. lid. Trousers :md Vest from 13s. 6d. fegrWorth your while to pay us a visit. ttHr~o w n ' s e i v e r. FINE Excursion Steamer 'NTJBEENA' makes au EXCURSION to the above Favorite Resort ON SUNDAY, 2.30. City Band on Board. Fares, Is. WHITEHOTJSE BfcOS MEW- EXHIBITION BUILDD WEDNESDAY, 7th MARCH EIGHT HOURS NIGHT. MONSTER Popular Concert, MRS. G. B. W. LEWIS. MRS. EMERY GOULD, L.R.A.l MR. A. J. MILLS, And others. ONE .SHILLING ONLY. Eight - Hour Daj FIFTIT AWIVi-JUSARY. WEDNESDAY NEXT. March 7. GRAND GALA DAY. GRAND PROCESSION OF TRADES, Starting from the Workingmen's Clu at 10.30 a.m. TWO BRASS BANDS. GRAND PROGRAMME of SPORT; on the UPPER CRICKET GROUND. First Race to st...

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

I NOTICES. H The Olipfcb is published every Saturday morn ?ing. A ipeoU.1 odition 1b issued on Friday night ?for the North. H The Cuppeb is thoroughly independent. , It is ?pledged to no party. H The Cupper has for its obleot the dissemination ? of honoat political thought. ? The Olippkr caters to supply rucy aud useful in ?formation. ? Advertisements are inserted at moderate rates. ? Special teruiB for contract advertisements. H The Clipped is the most popular and widely ? circulated paper in Ho'iart. It circulates right ? tlinugk the island. It is theretore'a most valuable. ? advertisiug medium. I Contributions invite). H All comuunicutious to be addressed to the ? Editor of The Clippkk, 16 Elizabeth Street, Hobart. I Subscriptions: 2s. per half-year, payable iu a-t ? anoe. Country subsoribera may forward payment ? iu .stamps or p (still notes. I BUCKLAND. ? Mr. H. COBAM Jins bean appointed AGENT ? for the Sale of Tat Clipi'ek. I wrst'coast. I Mr. McARTHUlt is appointed by tlie pr...

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FOOTLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

FOOTLIGHTS. The treasury of Pollard's Liliputiane was very sick on the troupe leaving Hobart. Hobart has nearly engulphed every com pany that has visited us this season. Saw dust and spangles, or listening to their sisters and cousins' platform agonising are the people's measure of delight. These is an octopi behind the Royal that collars all the profit. It is estimated to t&ko £Q A nifrlif- f,A pnw&r rant, and a^iirAi. tising alone. There is no room for two theatres in Hobart, nor yet enterprise to build, thete fore we will probably have to do without theatrical performances. Then visitors will advertise Hobart as one of the most miser able of holes to paes a night in. The good sense of the proprietors ought to remedy this matter. The Temperance Hall folk will not let to Dick, Tom & Co. They draw the line on black faces, unless of the Fisk type — ' Glory, hallelujah ! ' Sicnoka Majeroni is in Melbourne. She and her friends are afraid that classical drama cau...

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FREE SPEECH. THE KINGS OF DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

If REE SPEECBH. I THE KINGS OF DEMOCRACY. I The meeting of Parliament early in I tbe year is most opportune, and it I will be well for the colonies if our I representatives are determined to I fight resolutely and at all hazards for I the general welfare of the people as I opposed to privileges of vested and I class interests. Every individual h memoer must guara against tue aim I lessness that so disfigured last session; I and seeing that it is the avowed in B tention of the Dobson Ministry to I place before the House similar mea I sures to those of last session, with the H elastic time-serving intention of H striving to gain recruits to their party I by allowing their taxation measures ? to be tinkered into shape on the floor I of the Houbc, it behoves members to I rally under the banner of the leader I of the Opposition, Sir Edward Brad I don, and drive the present occupants I from the Ministerial benches. The I existing crisis is no time for tempo I rising, and there is no room ...

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 March 1894

(BLft-BKEI^Y. ' But still his tongue ran on, Ajid, with it* everlasting oUok, B«t all mon'S; eara upon tiie rafllt.'— HoniBBiS. SELF-righteous jingoism has bean rampant during tho week. By all moans punish the adultivus, but let him that is without sin cast the first stone. In New York no luwor*lian 27,000 wives maintain their husbands. A fine country for men. ' ? . ? An Euglinl! In..' ???!? hairing the suggestive name of l'uc..over, has turned his toes to tho diii'nies. Personal estato proved at ,£1,168.288. ; Dennis:' 'Tell mo Pat, phawt's a virgin forest.' P,\t : 'lisa place whore the hand of man nivor set fut.' A ma.-t at the Cascade oomp.auy's meeting lost weak iusulttid tho Comaioi'oiai B.mk. He afterwards found causn to remember ''nt tbo uinuagor Wus a good rwnH »i P;'-;-ing '-y (lie iV.-ni,. 'J h.- vc:i:,..cl1 :i!i--os of the 3i- -f i iwyws whnso tops wci'lroil upon took iiDiiM-ru .»nve iuie('!\. They threatened n l:''ol action Kvery man to hisiradu. ' Fhakkullv effective ii...

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

mV PWCE \i\ST GENTS' NECKTIES ... 6d GENTS' LINEN COLLARS 4d. & 6d GENTS' FLANNELETTE SHIRTS ? 1b. 6d GENTS' UNDERSHIRTS ... Is. 6d GENTS' UNDERPANTS ... 1b. 9d GENTS' BRACES ? 6d GENTS' MERINO SOCKS... 6d GENTS' WOOL SUITS ...15s. 6d. GENTS' MOLES ? 4s. lid A. E. Plaister's MT NAME ; LLOYD'S BUILDING, MY ONLY ADDRESS THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, THE SEWING MACHINES, -6 4 Liverpool Street. ANTED KNOWN— Cheap Boots and Shoes at the Tramway Boot Shop, 122 Elizabeth-fit. Something Good. Do you know where to get your Xmas Hams, Xmas Poultry, and Butter, Eggs, and Bacon. M U 11 11 A Y'S, 18fi ELIZABETH-STREET, Is the best place for Prime Quality and Low Rates. Trussed Poultry a speciality. N'B. — Cash buyer of Live Young Poultry By appointment fc^A£j8 The Governor of toliiflExeellency «&SHB9h- New Zealand* YCU/vf-4- PRACTICAL UMBRELLA ? ailOLl, MAKER, GLASS AND CHINA EIVETTEE. Umbrellas recovered and neatly repaired. Ladies own material made up. Cutlery ground and Bet. 73 COLLINS...

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

Union Line of teamers. Tbe Largest ami Bust Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamer, of thi6 Lino maintain regular passenger, and cargo ser vices between Tasmania, Ne ? Zealand, and Australian ports, with B inch Lines to Fiji ami the South Sea. Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SKRV1OKH : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. Fbathebstone, Commander, : Hakes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers, at lowest current ratoe First ^ailing : WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 6 p.m. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne. First Sailing : S.S. TE ANAU, TUESDAY, MARCH 6. Launceston to Mel bourne S.S. 'PATEENA,' H. SAMS, Commander, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2 p.m. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2 p.m. For New Zealand ... First Steamer : MANAPOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 8. San Ffaneiseo. The company in conjunction ivitb the Oceanic Company run a regular monthly service from Sydney to San Francisco wit...

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