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NEW AUSTRALIA. A LETTER FROM ONE OF THE DISAFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

New Australia. A. LETTEE l?E0M ONE OP THE DISAFFECTED. Alexander McDonald lias written from New Australia as to why he and others have severed their connection with the settlement. After panegyrising the country, its Government and people, he says :— ' The grand principles of our move ments are as firmly believed in as ever, ljut whore many of us made the mistake whs in principles were to be carried oat. The f uniiiuuental ruled are not to be enforced ! until a given number of people are on the ! ground. Iu the meantime, Mr. Lane, the I chairman, iias assumed dictatorial power. I A. practical man and a born leader might. ' have carried the thing out successfully, ' but unfortunately Lane is in all pmcticai things relating to pioneering one of the j most ignorant of men, and being of a sensitive disposition, was soon out of touch ?? with tho majority of the people. The site ! chosen for the first settlement is most un suitable, beiug Ihe most remote, corner in our land, 3o miles from...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE HULK SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

THE HULK SUCCESS. The sensation of the week ha6 un doubtedly been the old prison hulk Success. Her hull, covered in bar nacles, takes the mind back to times past, and going on board a thrill of al most unnatural expectation and at the same time hor_ror nervades the visitor. Everything on board is teeming with interest, from the well trodden planks to the more realistic wbx figures of notables in the criminal records of the colonies. A visit to the ship will give a better idea of the old time in Australia than all the books written on this subject, and on viewing it one cannot but feel that brighter days are indeed dawniug on the world with its more humane methods andtaspirations. The pamphlet of ^Ah-%la8iaVMcatli claims of the.-KqiutflCTe' J^^W^iptylTy.S., -shew ffimyliii-ge. clafjuMjj^'C refcn settled, - nftabf^v. 6» Tw £W$0ii, the payment of \WliVh wBtJaailc four daje^after the proofs wuloeeu received. Tiis is oQrtsiAjreii to be (lie largest claim evcrYJhjd by/iPBTe'assurance ^off...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

,£,Blll!Sv WflllflNS. i::':'fBv Momus.] Dere Mr. Cmppbe,— uont it stritce you as singular the lack of harmony there is in the relations of musicians. While they try to make the crotchet agree wrai 'the quaver tod know exactly' how to equalise a bar, they love one another like Kilkenny cats, and after the rivals compare notes there's only tails left. It is of the tale left by rival bands of melody pumpers that1 this rant is composed. The City has long been dominated by a band of pompous cadenza floridieers who thing they own the earth includ ing Hobart- Another lot of worms, acordin to the fust crew ses Bill, dared to stand up on end and blow gentle gales through brass. Their conduct seems to hiive raised a storm, for though they have got a gorgeous new uniform nnd got leave from their papas (that's the City Fathers) they aint game to come out at night. A fearful thing is whispered that the double bass has. lost two front teeth in the doing of his duty, which is to cause as much agon...

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

Flaws S^Willianis, MILLINERS. COSTUMIERS, '?? . ;, .. AND '1TANCY1 DRAPERS. For: PLAIN andi tfANCV DliA^EiY, M IL LIN EH-f and COS I'OMBJS WE AliE SPliClAlASTfe.' Our STYLE, QUALITY and PJMCE 'in these Dfipjitiuents are . increasing our business in spite of all depressions. Our Stock of HOSIEEY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, LACES Ac. Ac.. are worthy of any Lady's inspection. WE ONLY; SOLICIT ONE TRIAL We are confident of the result. Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBABT. ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES 60 x 200, close to Tram and E til £80 each. Payable Monthly Plane, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 76 COLLINS-STREET. SYDNEY TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Cneap READY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits, All Wool, from 14s. 6d. Trousers from 4s. lid. a pair; best quality, 8s. lid. Trousers and Vest from 12s. 6d. SSTWorth your while to pay us a risit. Where's your Inn ? ' Eat roots and drink. cold water? No!' Timon. ' Let's drinK together friendly .' Henry II. E. M'...

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

NOTICES. Tho OdlPPlB is published every Saturday raoru iDg. A tpeolal edition is issued ou Friday uiglit fortheSortJi. ,. The Clipper is thoroughly iudepoudout, it is pledged to no party. . The Clippeb has for its objoot the dissemination of houest political thought. [ The CbtPrKB caters to supjily racy and useful in formation. . Advertisements are inserted at moderate rotes. Special' terms for ooutr^ot adrertisomepts. The OfctPPIa is the most popular £Ud widely circulated paper iu HoVart. - it cinoujotes right throjurb the island. It is therefore a most vulua We fLdvAnufng medium- ? ?*. ? - Contributions invite 1. All couiinuuicatious to be addres od to tho Editor of The Clipper, 16 Elizabeth Street, Hoburt. Subscriptions : 2s. per half-year, payable iu ad vance. Country subscribers nmy forward payment in stamps or p shil notes. AGENCIES. We ore opening up Agencies for the Sale of The Clipper in all country towus. Our subscribers will oblige by notifying to the proprietors eligible...

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LETTERS OF S. A. TYER. No. XVI TO THE EDITOR OF THE TASMANIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

LETTERS OF SI A, TVER. No. XVI. TO TUB EDITOR OF THETASMANIAN MAIL. My dear sir, — A6 editor of tlie most mournful weekly journal in the world you have striven to keep in touch with the farmers of Tasmania, with tho elite of ; Hobart, and with the literary won of the dav. As an authority on bucolics you may lightly take rank with Virgil, but yaur love of ease and retirement would no doubt lead you top.refertho Sabiuo Farm of Horace, windier that well-soasone 1 poot loved to retire when satiated with woman's society and Falemianwino, What glorious days those must have been when beneath the shade of some full-foliagod tree tbe poet could take from the hand of the sandalled maiden the.cup of rich, genarous Faleruian wine, and drinking to her eyes qunff beaker after 'beifcer aud-then slumber in her arms. Now, alas! as no doubt you are aware, people have got into an ex tremely unpleasant habit of making re marks about sucli innocent amusements. Heiice no doubt tiio decline of poetry. Onl...

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FREE SPEECH. THE TREASURER'S FUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

FREE SPEEC5H. THE TREASURER'S FUDDLE. Treasurer Henvy makes few pro fessions as to his knowledge of the question of taxing hind on its unim proved value. From the tenor of his statement it would appear that it had been whispered to him thatthe Oppo sition were to include that mode of taxation iu their rival program me, and without previous study he ap plied to it his rule of 'common sense,' and consequently tripped over the most commonplace objections, considering them insurmountable arguments. Arguments of common sense such as appealed to our unedu cated forefathers when told that the world was round, common sense im mediately suggesting impossible, seeing that a man is almost always walking or standing on a level, and even if you do walk down an incline you immediately commence to ascend another. Aud so Mr. Henry treated the matter with scant courtesy and considered the whole question set aside by asserting that under such land taxation it would be necessary to levjr a tax of twop...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XIII. THE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

BLACK DINGO. [liY J. J. RHBHIOaN.] CHAPTER XIII. THE ACCIDENT. When Smiles started for Melbourne he left hifi nephew with a very bad grace. In the first place lie doubted j Alfred's ability to keep out of danger, j and in the second, lie dreaded Dingo's ' ruthless disposition. The old man felt certain that the slightest sus picion of the proceedings they were engaged in would be sufficient to cause the fierce outlaw to sweep them oft' the earth with as little compunc tion as though they were tiresome flies. It was not that he feared death ; but that he desired to die surrounded by his friends, he shrunk from the thought of the secret ossasiu and the lonely unknown grave. He hoped to end his life in some glorious cause, that would couple his name with the beuefactors of the race, ai-d hand his fame down to the limits of time. During the first few miles of hit journey lie was deep in thought, and paid no heed to the country he was passing through. To the average traveller this reigon ...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

ii«{fuTEiNDTlPS FBy Gnoi&sS O'ljast week I referred in^mnlimeuLary jjefjusto a letter published itotjia II !? ecdrv, suggesting that before era^tjflg ? a smelter jfcrytould baia.jvise actioi ^pa part of the Queen Cjjinpany to stoSkjipio oxidised jpf-n- six jMSnths. ThojSfttor claimed Koltfvekiul'W) years' cxpaHpnce iu con neetiou withipioUiug, audjdismtorostodl.y tt&Vfc 1 6*8 advTaj'Jioi' the , igKgfcefi t of slivve $i-4-Jj)|fc.- lucidei^^lio^ferrc.d to the error 'of irragment whicn the mining manager confessed to at last half-yearly meeting in hie estimate of ore in sight, bo' confidently made by him at the previous meeting. In Wednesday's MpBcimr a most insult 'n; and impertinent criticism of this letter appears, signed by Mt.Jiimos, ittoe 'mining manager, which the directors of the com pany Will do well to give pbu»e attention to. Things have come to a pretty pass when a servant of the company is per mitted wantonly to intrude his egotistical and self -sufficient ...

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

NELSON /MS^ ^^R^w llfl iTPi ?&.' wMB M D Af L&c CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CH1NA& CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE ?

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Mule AND tHES^GE. FBy &BIN0.1 In keepiftg .witii the chaitteter or the week tli,6re ajjB .only two musical events po BJ^nalisB, Hie third .« ipro spectiv¥.one, Flotow's ' Marthju'- not going jio::he produced until April 7th, at the Ifyieatre .lioyal. ou tlie same lines^ ;awl with. &ib same assiduous preparations as the recent performance of 5sTne' Go'ndoiters' at the Town Hall. This week's Hrst music was inler BperseJ with and followed by a good terpsichorean programme under Mr. McCanu's quadrille band, at the Tem perauce Hall, under the auspices of the Hibernian Society, to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, ou the eve of it — the 17th falling on ii Saturday. Out, of the muBical items may be singled as particularly enjoyable., Miss Kelly's mandoline with Mr. J. lirown's, Mies L. Macnamaiu's ballad, Mr. 15. Macnamara's ' Father O'Flynn,' ami in the reciting line Mr. Keatiug's. The next musical (?) event was the funny correspondence between one of the (an-) holy army of mar...

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

^?t RANTING to CLEAR— Large quantity H D°R Y FIREWOOD. H Clay Bros., ^H'o determined to sell cheap— Oak, Wattle ^Bnin, cut to any length and duliverod in ^?-y part of Hobavt. COALS of all descrip ^Hin delivered promptly and cheap to any ^Hldresb for Cash. ^?LAY BEOS., 339 ELIZABETH-STREET ^H Telephone 233. H Jas. Sargeant, ^M (Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) ^M STOCK AND SHAREBEOKER, Ho. 17 HOBART Sl'OCK EXCHANGE, ^H CoLLlNS-STREET, UoDAItT. ? Piccadilly Cafe, ? 7 LIVERPOOL-STREET 87 ^B is the place to get a good Cup of H'EA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLATE, ^U with all kinds of Pastry and Sweets, at ^H Moderate Prices. H ROBERTS & CO., Proprietors. ? J. L. SAULT, ? TAILOR, ? 96 ELIZABETH STREET, ^?s now making to order Men's, Youths' and ^M Joys' Clothing at the following prices : — ^m Men's Sac Suits from 45s. ^H Beaufort from 55s. ^m ?rock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. ? Trousers from 12s. 6d. ? Youths' Suits from 37b.6cL ? Boys' Knicker Suite, 21s. ^m irst - Class Workmanship ...

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MUSICAL MUTTERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Musical Mutterincs. [By Keiki J The Exhibition Choir, as ' Israel iu the Wilderness,' is making rapid headway undor friend Mills, concerning whom the sunrise and sunset publications hive hail a fjn epistles bearing upon the plethor.iof lettei-6 which accompany his name when appearing in nublic. Surelv readers ai\- uot so di-use as to misunderstand their full flavored ex tension, which is as follows : — T.C.L. im plies, 'Takes Cold Lemonade j ' li.G.O., ' Battling Good Organist.' The other evening, during a florid passige (of which there are as miny i i the oratorio as in the building itself), the con ductor drew attention to the fact (hat out of 179 sopranos there were at least 3 who were not vocalising iu accordance with tho regulations set forth for the guidance of fiingers, and warned them that a rapitition would result in 'outer darkness busiuess.' As stated there wa£ a time to hum aud a time to sing ; the form, r would be most appropriate when arriving at that section of the wo...

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

DLAIN AND FANCY DEE-SS BALL, AVEDNESDAV, APEIL 4. EXHIBITION ItUILDINw, QUEEN'S DOMAIN. I n aid of the Ground Fund of the SOUTHERN TASMANIAN JUNIOR CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Under the patronage of His Worship the Mayor and Aldwrmen of Hobart, Colonel Warner, Domain Committee, S.T.C-A. and Officers of the S.T.J.C.A. Double Ticket 7s. Od. ; Lidy's Ticket, 3s. 61.-, Gentlemen's Ticket-, os. Balcony, One Shilling. Tickets to be had from all Mem bers of (he Committee, and at Hood's Sports Depot. ? W. G. PEACOCK, Hon. See. T' H E A T R E ROYAL. SATURDAY, 7th APRIL, MONDAY, 9th APRIL. HOBART OPERATIC SOCIETY, IN 'MARTHA.' See bills and daily pipers for particulars .1. B. HICKSOX, Business Manager. E W TENANCY: LORD RODNEY HOTEL, NEW WHARF. IDa^re Turnei Having taken over this Hotel, solicits a call from all old patrons or personal friends. The Best Brands of Liquor only ;:ie stockod aud retailed cheap and pure. Attention is directed to our specialties for public comfort. Good tw|uare MpaIk, Od....

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

WE SHALL BE HAVING The cold weather shortly, at least I hopo so, gentlemen, for I have laid in a plentiful supply for the autumn and winter seasons. Extra heivy all-wool Merino Sox, 6d. Military do., 16. Fancy Sox, for evening wear, with silk clocks, Is. Gents' White Kid Gloves, best make, 2s. Od pair. Lambs' wool Sox, 1b. Do. wool Shirts, 3s. lid. Working Shirts, Is. 3d.. ls.6d., Is. lid., 2s. 3d., 2s. Gi. Collars, 61 Neckties, 6d. Braces, Od. Mufflers, 91. Merino Undershirts, Is. Od. Caps and Hats in all shapes aud makes. Boys' Sailor Suite, 3s. 1 Id. Boys' Embroidery Collars, 4{d. Boys' and YouthB' long Trouser Suits, from 12s. Gd. Gents' all-wool Suite, 15s. (3d. Fox's serge Suite, 35s. 6i.; usual price, 40s. This is the suit if you want good honest value. Tailor made rousers, 7s. lid., 9s. 6d. My cele brated Mole Trousers, manufactured for me, for quality and finish cannot be equalled, 4s. lid. A. E. Plaister. ONLY ADDltES-1, 95 ELIZABETH-STEEE I', LLOYD'S BUILDING, TUK PEOPLE'...

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

' Union Line of Steamers. The Lirgest and Hcst Appointed Kloel of Steamships in tin; Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of tin's Liuu maintain regular piss2ii£.;r ami cirgo s.t vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Isbnds. PRINCIPAL, TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. FaATHUnBTOSK, Commander, Makes regular trips, dairying freight and pass'-ugcrs nt lowest current rates First ailing : TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 9 p.m. Hobart to Melbourne The spleudld intercolonial steamers mi the Nfe.v Zealand line call Weekly at flobait. en route to Melbourne. First Sailing: S.S- ROTOMAHANA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27. Launceston to Mel r bourne S.S. 'PATEEXA,' H. Sams. Ciiniuaiidcr. MONDAY, MAHCH 2(5, 2 p.m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 2 p.m. For New Zealand. Firhl Skinnier : S.S. WAIHORA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30. r, S#fl. Francisco. The Cinpiuiy in ?? -?iiii»i--'ii.-ii '?'iili the Ocuinir -'oni|i:i!iv vim ;i riguliir month!;...

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ANARCHY V. ANARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Anarchy v. Anarchy. ' Behind every social problem there is a social wrong.' Ue knows how many beans make five '. The Duke of Saxe-Cobm-£ still receives .£10,000 a year — his wedding dowry — from loyal England : father-in-law, the Czar of All the RussiaB, pays him £10,000 a year; and about £100,000 is ground out of his own subjects. Thus this past master of meanness pockets £150,000 a year— all the people's money — not to mention a host of class privileges that have an actual high money earning and savin? value. This is the kind of abuse that nets as a powerful bellows to the flame of anarchy that is at the present time scorching the just and the unjust in every couutry in Europe, and is threatening the world with a most dread ful panic, in whicli hundreds, if not thou sands of innocent people will . probably bo crushed under the juggernaut of so-called justice, or worss still, done to death in the frenzy of the people as they literally run a Malayan amuck. At this crisis the much va...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Bill's Notions. |Bv Mom us .1 Dere Mr. Cui'PEn, — Ifuve you seen grandma's latest- its a delightful fit of blues the old lady's Bufferin from by the fiign of tbe band-bill (riot myfren bill) and by the daily its the liver as the comnlexun is decidedly vellcr — praps it's jealousy of the Cliiter cir culation tlio that causes the jorudice here. They are actually corl in them selves a daily dristubutin company, praps they will corl it a creamery company next for the distillation of wisdom from the government cow. One of the egertistical afoiisms tha- decorate the edge of the dyspeptick dodger is 'Tbe people of any city may be judged by the circulation of their daily newspaper.' So you see the MycKKRV is the jyeaplc's paper— what a mistaik we have all been makiu — we thort it was tbe fat man's paper, the representative of the bulky human lillies the neither toil nor spin, but git tbe gold bag just the same. ' A clear bright newspaper, delivered before breakfast, for sixpence per week ; ...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

(BLA6KERY. ' But stiH his tongue rim on, Aud, with its tiverlasliu^ clack. Set all moil's ears upon the vack.'— HuiilBRAS. H.M.S. Ceescent has once again started for Australia. Tokti nets j£250 for every song he com poses. A h*n that had struck it lich on Conl gardie gave ,£500 for 100 gallons of water. Fbkd Gunther is going to liven up Tassy with a dramatic company. Sib 'Exjiv l'.UiKGS i* in UV-t A'isiralia sj) Miring I'Vilerntiun. THF.Br. ill* .Sl.idU uii!ni ?],)-.?,.,! in N,. ?,? Sou Hi Wales. Mb. F. Milsom. the popular mining and faud agent, his removed his business from Cook's Chambers to 76 Collins-street. Soctit Cauomxa (IJ..S.A.), has na tionalised tin1 liquor t anic, ami in a slmrr. time the Government made a profit, of Cii.4(UI. Twkntv ship* are said to hi; lying iillu at Frcm'iiUe, owing to the crew.-i having levanted (o Civilgiinlic. Mao lllf,f, of (icniiniiy seis.-i g.ioil cxumple to his gr.vnny. Ho olijeets to travel as :i ili'alhead and so pays his own railway f.uv. W...

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JUNKETINGS. THE EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Junketings. THE EASTER. Excursion traius run to tho Derwent Valley tbiB afternoon and Sunday. On Easter Blond ly a grand Cttholic picnic is to travel per s.s. Monarch to Now Norfolk. The Btovuor h to leavo at -9 a.m. and will land (lie excursionists in good time for the Od (follows' snorts Special provision is made for the billy te i of the picknickeiB, and in addition to tho attrac tions of a trip up our pictures (iio river is the hop-pickiag, which ij no/.r i;i f nil owing. I'roceeds are in aid of St. Mary's Cathedr.il Fund. The Tainbo will furnish another delight ful trip to Port Cygnet. This commodious 1000-ton ship runs in connection with the fruit aud flower show. The populnr City Band is to furnish a first-class programme, and every wish of the pissengers is sure to be studied by the officers of tho ship. Smooth water all the way. The North v. South cricket match will furnish a day's excitement to lovers of (ho gainu. Of cour=o groat interest will ceutro in IJic hulk Success,...

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