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

Zeehan. Fashionable intelligence — Constable Oldham removed to New Town. Afore anon. St. Patrick's Day snorts a fiasco. It seems a pity that the Hibernian Society did not have properly organised sports, as there is plenty of material at Zeehan. A swarm of life assurance bees are bent on taking Zeehanites' lives. Derrington uses the Divining Bod ; the g.nial John Sly tickles with humorous anecdotes and lec tures, aud Moir ventriloqually talks to the man in his hat — however he talks — licks creation at it. Men are leaving here for West Australia, and should a strike take place over 200 will go at once. The decline in prioe of sil rcr is causing a lot of uneasiness in busiuess circles as there is a probability of some of the mines ceasing work. Labor troubles are reported as being amicably settled.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this man w ; the infinite hubuub uuBlaoVened. THE POLITICAL SCBA.MBLE. During the Easter rocess raoin bei-s are expected to study the latest devotopment of the political arena and the exigencies of the State, and as a touie to the rustication tho Mer cury, that most enthusiastic of Ministerial organs, is daily flageltit ing the most flagitious of Oppositions, evidently i« the undying hope that that body will yet amend their ways and accept the Dobsonian partjr as the only ' prophets in Israel ' — the only capablo men to lift the colony out of the doldrntus of despair. To assist the latter happy consummation the Mi!Bci;bv of latest dates in figuring in its favorite rdle of 'the man in the street ' and predicting a compromise between the rival parties — thus ac knowledging that the present occu pants of the Ministerial benches are totally unable to carry their measures through the Assembly. Whut chance have they of victory in an a...

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A FEW FACTS ABOUT DEMOCRATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

A FEW l'ACTS ABOUT DEMOCRATS. (Bit the Ltbk ik Truth.) UKKOCmcv'B the gu-uniug-liuife of Cut abuoriunl screws, It lops the Qoveuor off ami puts the cusli to bettor use; It brings (ho Moated Tat Man down aud nuken him earn his neat, It hits the thousand paui- rs up, and nuts them on their feet. It fishus out all sinecures, and makes them starve or toil. It weeds til? loafer, helps the man irho cultivates the soil. It gives to all au equal chance, nn favoritism shows, Tlie toiler has a hippy homeuud carols as he goes; The rich eiijovsliis hoarded wealth, 'tis gaiuc i by houeutv, No mean citortion blights tlic laud of true Democracy. The laws arc juBt and equable— in fact, the People's Not made to suite the mother-laud, and wlioedle her applause, But sound aud practicable luirs, from hnucst patriots, W)i9 work to pleuao uo party here, nor foreifn idiots.

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

SPORT. rav the Ovm,.] Sporting folks will have fuU opportu nity of pttog rid of their surplus cash during the £ wrter holidays, as there will be no less thin three respectable inesMngB ? Carriok racing to-day, Ueloraino and Snrnll followlne o » Easter Monday. The nominations wj v»ry good, those at (Mo raine being jmuh I'ove the avervjjo €-c a country inea -!'!(? In the Cinijic H irdlos I like Si, Oliir or Kangiroo !£?; Master handicap, Krou borgor The Muff; Steepleohaae, Jacl.io the-UroeuorPlftuibeau ; Westwool Handi cap, Ella or Quiokflre ; while the Trial stakes should be won by Kufield or Hid Rpen. For the Sprell Trial Stakes I fancy Moondyne or Palm ; Hurdle Rico, Sirius or Warrior; Soi'ell Plate, Swintou (with a start), nert best, Helena ; Selling liace, Tonnyson; Flying H.iudieip, Xtnas Carol or Hobarc ; Grand Stand Handicap, Little Me. For the Doloraine Handicap I like Music and Kronborg. The Hurdle Rico should be fought out by Glen Isle and Kimberley. The Steeplechase is lik...

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PARLIAMENTARY SPOT STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Ptt-iAioiBY Spot f\ Strokes. [?] v«u VH.W* ««m twe9a8:t»«eak8edforthe Government service would be entirelvof Tasmaniau manufacture y Mr. Mulcahy exposed the sweating in connection with the railway uniform con tracts, which he stated were beine uwu up at less thau half the current rites oF wages. UI Mr. Bradley then laid down the ground work of an attack upon the imponation of railway material. Sir Edward Hraddon took up the cudgels for the Htale school teachers that desired to do Sunday work in pulpits or in Sunday schools. J Mr. Me Williams bated the Ministerial bull by moving a motion, That this IIoubo is of opinion that no s.ilnry paid by the Government 6ha!l in any instance exceed £500 per annum, salaries of the Governor judges, and Ministers of the Crown oxcopted. A spirited discussion ensued, in which it was very apparent that thu Go vernraont had no intention of lopping o,T any of the top branches of the State tree, whilst the Opposition were equally sure that it could be don...

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Ghastly Discovery. A BABY FOUND IN A SACK. IS IT INFANTICIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Ghastly Discovery. A IJABV FOUSMl IN A BACK. IS II1 INFANTICIDE.' Two boys named .Tuo. and Walter Shott, residing at 73 CoUins-strael., age 1 respec tively 12 and 10 yeirs, were enjoying the holiday on the bawjh at the tow of tho slaughter yards yesterday afternoon whon they own© upon a big which had some thing Mod up in it. Bo.v like they im mediutely set to work to inv.ntin^o the contents, and wore considerably startled to find the remains of a child in the sock. Sergeant Filby was communicated with and he conveyed the body to the bospHal morgue, where Dr. tfprott, the Assistant House Surgeon, was in attendance. The doctor saw that it was the dead body of a newly-born female child, and from appear ances he was of opinion that it had been in tho water about 24 hours. From a super ficial examination it would seem that the child hud been stillborn, although this cannot be ascertained until the inquest. Probably Rome poor unfortunate had sought the river to .get rid of her shame, but ...

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

Cricket. The match North v. ^outh is creating a gioat iloal of interest, and as both teams are considered strong, good play is sure to be the order of the day, the weather being auspicious. The play will open to-day, stumps being pitched at 10 o'clock. The southern players are :— C. J. Eadv, C. W. Butler, E. Maxwell, C. McAUen, J. Watt, R. Sams, J. Bingham, E. Swan, G. Rey nolds, T. Kendall, E. Rolierts. Northern players :— C. W. Rock, N. ttock, .1. Sav^ny, W. H. Saviguy, J. demons, H. Ewart, i^olin Campbell, C. Hammond, N. li. West brook, A. DouglaB, W. L. Sidebottom. THE JUNIORS.— By Point. ^ A round of five matches took place last Saturday, the principal one being that of Postal-Telegraph and Trinity when the former won by 3 wickets and 36 runs. J Ins was owing to the sp'lendM batting 'lid howling of Sutton, whose score of 90 uot out was got in splendid style. He also got (- wickets for 38 runs. City won their match against Glenorchy by 20 runs. Small scores were thujrder of the ...

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CONVICT LIFE. A FLOGGING PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 24 March 1894

Convict Life. A FLOGGING PARSON. The Daily Telegraph last Saturday published a long glorification of the second   Imperial chaplain in New South Wales, the late Rev. Samuel Marsden, says the WORKER. In the centre of the column and a half of mortuary whitewash that depicted the flogging clerics career was his likeness — a huge bloated face, innately suggestive of the lash, and crusty old port and other rigid conservative notions, the same style of face that characterised men like Hanging Jones and drunken, dissolute old Norbury, the Irish Chief Justice. De mortuis nil nisi bonum should never be applied to the memory of men like the Rev. Samuel Marsden in whose hands lay the bodily welfare of redemption of thousands of human beings, whose lives under the atrocious Convict System of New South Wales were one long record of un- utterable agony and unspeakable woe. He could have done much to ameliorate the condition of the hopeless beings who were brought before him in his ca...

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BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

BLACK DINGO. [Bv J. J. Shebiiian.] CHAPTER XIII.— Continued. The old man unconscious of the attention he had attracted walked to the Collins-street tram terminus and seated himself on the dummy. The suspicious characters carefully occu pied a place on either side of Smiles. The bell rang, the breakinan moved the lever and the tram rushed on ward. The old man divided his time between admiring the lofty buildings alone the route and mapping out the course of action to be pursued next morning. How he would address the head of the detective staff. The ecstasy of turning up the file and comparing the official portrait and recorded description of Dingo with the photographs aud profile he had brought. Instinctively he placed his hand on the pocket where he had located these treasures, satisfied of their safety he removed his hand. This action was sufficient to cause one of the fellows beside him to go through that particular receptacle aud annex its contents. The tram stopped suddenly at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

Flaws & Williams, MILLINERS, COSTUMIERS, AND FANCY DEAPERS. For PLAIN and FANCY DEAPEET, MILLINERY and COSTUMES, WE ABE SPECIALISTS. Our STYLE, QUALITY and PEICE in these Departments are increasing our business in spite of ail 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 8c Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, ? HOBAET. ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES 60 x 200, close to Tram and Riil £30 each. Payable Monthly Plans, etc., from F. MILSOM, LV.ND AND ESTATE AGENT, 76 COLLINS-STREET. SVDNBY TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Ohetp RBA.DY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits, All Wool, from Us. 6d. Trousers from 4s. lid. a pair; best quality, 8s. lid. Trousers and Vest from 12s. Gd. $S*Worth your while to pay us a visit. Where's your Inn ? ' Eat roots diid drink cold water? No!' 'Let's drink together friendl-.' UtarV 11. E. M'Hugh (Late of Launceston) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

I iF YOU UKE NICE TEA- ASK YOUR CROC£R~TOR NELSON^ && Mfl ATE^C COLDBcSnJ/ERMfflALS ?WB Wf ^ ? .^M ' CELEBRATEDfcTHE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA& CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE DRINK TNJDXJL2SI, GEYLOnST^ -'''^ To be had of all GROCERS. Aak for it and see you take no oih-r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

n X 7ANTING to CLU A H— Large quantity ? VV of I DRY FIREWOOD. I Clay Bros., I Are determinod to sell cheap— Oak, Wattle iGum, cut to any length and delivered in ?any part of Hobart. COALS of all doscrip Ition delivered promptly and cheap to any I address for Cash. ? CLAY BEOS., 339 ELIZAUETH-STREET I ? Telephone 233. ? I Jas. Sargeant, I (Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) I STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, I No. 17 HOBART STOCK EXCHANGE, I CoLIitNB-STBUET, HOBABT. I Piccadilly Cafe, |8 7 LIVEEPOOL-STKEET 87 I is the place to get a good Cup of Itba, coffee, or chocolate, I with all kinds of Pastry and Sweets, at I Moderate Prices. I EOBEETS & CO., Proprietors. I J. L. SAULT, ? T A I L O E, I 96 ELIZABETH STEEET, lls now making to order Men's, Youths' and ? Boys' Clothing at the following prices :— I Mon'6 Sac Suits from ios. I Beaufort from 55s. I Frock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. I Trousers from 12s. 6d. I Youths' Suits from 37s. 6d. I Boys' Knicker Suits, 21s. I irst - Class Wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT RAIL WAYS KXCUESION TO D.V. LINR. Cheap Trip Tickets ure issued to all Stations o;i tho D.V. Line by iriins leaving Hobart at 1.10 p.m. on WED NESDAYS and SATUEDAYS, and al 2.S0 p.m. on ^UNIDAVS. Pares, Is. Gd. and Is. FKEDK. BACK, General Manager. TP H E A T R E Ii O Y A L. SATURDAY, 7th APRIL, AND MONDAY, 9th APRIL. HOBART OPERATIC SOCIE1T, IN ?' MARTHA,' See bills and daily pipnrs for particulars .1. B. HrCKSON, Business Manager. DLAIN AND FANCY DEESS BALL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. EXHIBITION BUILDINU, QUEEN'S DOMAIN. In aid of the Ground Fund of the SOUTHERN TASMANIAN JUN1OE CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Under the patronage of His Worship the Mayor and Aldermen of Hobart, Colonel Warner, Domain Committee, S.T.C.A. and Officers of the S.T.J.C.A. Double Ticket 7s. Cd. ; Lady's Ticket, 3s. Gd.; Gentlemen's Ticket; os. Balcony, Ono Shilling. Tickets to be had from all Mem bers of the Committee, aud at Hood's Sports Depot. W. G. PEACOCK, Hon. Sec^ /CRITERION MUSIC HALL \y ? Le...

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A LIVELY TIME. SORELL RACE CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

A Lively time. KORKU, UXCV. flONOKRT A coN'.'EUT iv.is given ill the Sorel hall on iviBtcr Monday I'lVht, in aid of tlie funds of t' e race cluli, at which u number ol ladies .iml gentleman fr.ni ll,)li:nl lent valuable a-sistanoc. unlcr 1 1 1-- -? -ndu':tursliip of Mr. W. 0. Klthain. Tin; audience was a most enthusi isli ' one. and at times rather de monstrative, lust when the third tern uu the , nigram.iic was bei.ig negotiated, an argu ment arose amount ii crowd of turfites at the rear of the lull, nvcr 'lie ilUiqualincaiiou of Little e iu iliu (iiand Stuml Handicap. Although it b.g.in in a mild kind of way, it whs not long Iml'nre a whole host of admin 1* oi' the n-Kjicrtivi: hnr.-e.-i in the race were drawn into the vortex, and as might he imagine! a regular ii roar ensued, the voice of -Little Hilly' being heard above tlie luinull screeching ''O.der, freiitli'iucn. please.' After a general exchange of com l'limeiitsnrili:r was at last restored :i ml the cuicrtaiiiment pro-rdci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

\\T ANTED If N O W N .— J . F1SIIKR, Hairdresser (late of .1. \V. Onarns's) has pleasure, iu announcing thai, be has started businoBs at 42 Murriy-slreot. four doors below Orient Hold, and hopes to deserve a share os public patronage.

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A VILLAGE SETTLEMENT LIBEL CASE. PECULIAR CONDUCT OF A FOREMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

A VILLAGE SETTLEMENT LIBEL CASE. I'KCULIAll CONDUCT OK A FOUKM AN. I lie vagaries of a jury are well known, and tlie foreman appear; to be speci-illy tempi al to clothe himself in nil the oflioi.il loin of g eatness and authority. A striking instance of this mania is reported in connection with the libel action of Stuart v. the Hvravixu RTANDARV), which came on for hearing ;.t the County Court., Melbourne, on Tuesday, siarcn zu, in wnicn pjniniin claims num. igc- for statement* nmdc iu the paper on :i vill.ig--1 settlement in which he w.is inlere-ited .-mil collapsed owing to the defendant's couu-i'l stating fiat the foreman of the j'iry. Henry Kirhards, went m the Standard oirk-e on the previous night to purch;isj a back number of tht paper, which was sold to him for ltd. It was alleged that mi paying the money he said. ' li i- too much 1 nra on tin1 jury and will hear it in mind.' The foreman said thai what he had rc'illy said was. 'It is a ? swindle. lam one of the jury.' He decl...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

eLA6KEF?Y. 'But still his tongue ran on, Aud, with its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hudibbas. Heney Laboucuere of Tbutu has spent .£40,000 in connection with libels. Vanderbilt has erected a gorgeous palace for himself in New York at a cost of .£1,400,000. The Cl.'Pl'BU to-day has its tirst anni vuibary, h umug »ne ozuu is?*ue. we ..re at home to receive birthday presents. The London Country Council is threaten ing to have a big fight with the London tramway companies being anxious to secure the tramway business of tho city. The policy of the trarjw^y companies is to ' hold on to what they had got.' The Archbishop of Canterbury has a salary o1 j£16,0U0 per annum. The road to heaven for him is paved with liriiish sovereigns ; but when he gets to the gate he may not be able to brilie old Peter to let him in. The sawdust around the head and trunk of the guillotined anarchist Valiant, has been dug up and taken away as a precious relic. Wreaths are left on the t...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

Cricket. The aunnal N'orth v. South cricket mati-h. which w.is In have eomiu- need lasi Saturday, received a bad kimek fro:u the elements, anl owinp to the contiiriois rain the op'iiin1..' day had to lie postponed till Easter M.ndav. The weather on Monday was favorable at th start of the name but rain fell in the after noon luarnuir nil interest inlliepliiy. North made Ml' in their first attempt. C. \V. \iw\i with '_'i'i was the top scorT. South followed, and at call of time had lost li wickets Tor lL'i.i i-iiiis. On 'I'ucsdav South coiuinui'.i 1 1 u i i i-.niii'jrs. which closed f..r a tctal of Mil. i:harlii; Kad- Iih -.inj- made Mil. K b-ri-. the junior man. 'ii I n.it c inr uplo expe taii-in- with tlie ba1. but sulwqueiillv bcliiiiil liic wickets he eiviiti'! r.ither a favorable in, pressi'in. X..rth then atu-npted t.i nl-iy their second iiiuiu^s. but after gtruinrlini: luanf ii !l v ngainsi the rain and losing S wick'is' for S'.l niu- tin- gim'1. h.id ti- Iw nliandon.'d. Mr.C H....

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

Bill's Notions. 1' By Momus.] Dere Mr. Clipper, — When one meets a to wnie i u foreign parts as it were— eich as Sydney and the like, be is nateraly asked ' Stands Ilobart wberejit did P ' Then we have to answer' Alas slie's stumped up in the knees in the mud of the Dobsonian slough of the Despond tryii g to wade to the A. I. Clarke's ferryboat, which is billed to laud passengers iu the land of Bright Prosperity. We can assure him that the only two in stitutions undipped by that barberous wretch Financial Frost is the frequent call of the irrepressible tax collector and the disreputable pave ment which hus caused the ' Hobart Waddle ' to be known far and wide (principally wide cos it swings that way). Hard times has swamped all else, and converted many a masher into a tramp, but the greatest change is that of a menibur of Satuns brass cheeked brigade into an animated search wiirrant. It were thuB — They were two, and they aiFected the same lady. Bye and bj'e the M.S.U. C.B. was left...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 31 March 1894

WE SHALL BE HAVING The cold weather shortly, at le:ist I hope so gentlemen, for I have laid in a plentiful supply for the autumn and winter seasons. Extra heavy all-wool Merino Sox, Od. Military do., Is. Fancy Sox, for evening wear, with silk clocks, Is. Gouts' White Kid -j loves, best malce, 2s. 0:1 pair. Lambs' wool Sox, Is. Do. wool Shirts, 3s. lid. Working Shirts, Is. M.. Is. 61., Is. lid., 2s. 3d., 2s. (M. Collars, Od. Neckties, (id. Hraces, lid. Mufflers. 91. Merino Undershirts, Is. (id. Caps and Hats iu all shapes and makes. Boys' S.iilor Suits, 3s. lid. Boys' Embroidery Collars, i.Jd. Hoys' and Youths' long Tronaor Suits, from 12s. Cd. Geuts' all-wool Suits, 15s. 'id. Fox's serge Suits, 3'-s. Cd.; usual price, 40s. This is the suit if you want good honest valuu. Tailor made roueers, 7s. lid., 9s. Gil. My cele brated Mole Trousers, liiinuf'ictured for me, for quality and fiuish cannot be equalled, 4s. lid. A. E. Plaister. ON'LY AIJDUKSH, 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, LLOYD'S B U I L D...

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