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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

Boxing. On iirxt Mon lay the mui?h-talkcd-if Up.-;im; contwi biween Clmrliu Mur;-iiy and .Jim Uaxter will t.iNe plai-u. 'I'be m.itcli lias ex' ited more inteiv^t than auv similar t-vunt in TasniMiiia, and it is liou.nl lo attiiiet a lame, uniwd. Both men have been training nssiiluo itly. Murphy lieimr uu Icr Hurry Mil lev, while liaxtcr lias bail t lie advantage uf th: iidvire of Alf IVarci. Opinion is pixjtiy livdily .livide;! r.j, tj tli^; resuli of tin: struggle, aud it would be rather a .liilicnlt matter to predict the winner, but Baxter se.us to li.ive s'i.rhtly t'.ie best of the c lance. Two bill' jickels -iff tie lloyali-t s;-HiTrd at Nathan's recently iu Melbourne. At the c.inehisioii of ih : biint they each put up two ? j u i- I lo liirhl to a finish iu liobart when the lioyalist returns to this purl. It'i^crs an I I'iittei-son lioxed the best of six rounds at Hairy I'earee's Atlileii-' Olub vesiedav afternoon. Honurs were ev.-ulv Ilichleil, 'and the refeiee ((Ilifford .,f ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET. THE JUNIORS.—-BY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

CRICKET. THE JUNIORS.— Bv Point. Trinity won their match against Belle rive by 32 runs. Koberts, 30, and Jacobs, 32, were principal scorers for Trini'y ; and A. Ward, 20, !md P. Facy, 14, for the losers. Postal- Telegraph won with great ease against G le lordiy . Suttou.. 30, Hughe's, 28, Crump (not out), 19, were the chief scoiei-s for the winners; und Pioese, 21, Butter worth, 19, for tho losers. West Hobart were defeated by Boot makers 4 wickets and 7 runs. C. Exten batted splendidly for Bootmakers ; he scored very f st off Weaver. Davies (not out), 2o. batted well for West Hobart. Only four of the Kingston team turned up to meet St. Marys, aud they made a very good stand, Hazell aud Lucas butting very well for their scores of 29 and 24. Rokeby won with ease against City. The following matches a-e played this afternoon : — G.ir works v. Bootmakers, Rokeby v. Glunoreby, City v. PostnlTole graph, Was'. HibarL v. Triuity, Union J;ick v. Kingston. I predict uiiio for Bootmakers, !!ok...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [Bv Ghomb.] The returns from the Queen for last week are as usual, disappointing. ?? Con. centrator working 36 hours, 116 tonBcrmle ore produced 12 tons concentrates.' Hi re is a machine that can put through 95 tons of ore in three shifts only putting through 115 tons for the week. In the nuroe of nil that is wondeif ul why is the machine not kept going full time ? Does the mining manager mean to say that with all his scratching and 6craping he cannot get enough second-class ore to do this. Hwtlnr let the whole mine on tribute than carry on the present outrageous expenditure for such inadequate result?. The Silver King tributors managed to raise and put through the concentrators 228 tons or just about double the quantity put through at the Queen, although the King machinery was delayed for a shift putting on new rolls. The Zeehan correspondent of the Mercury is evidently labouring under tho delusion that the shareholders of the Queun have almost unanimously end...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary Degradation. DOBSONIAN TACTICS. HOW THE DIVISION WAS WORKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

Parliamentary Degradation. DOBSONIAK TACTICS. HOW THE DIVISION WAS WORKHD. Early on Thursday evening the division on the Land Bill was taken with the result ?? even all.' The tails of both parties were somewhat mixed up, as supporters of either side were opposed to their respective parties. Had the light been fought out fairly the victory would have been Io the Opposition. Mr. Bird, evidently feeling his onerous duties of Speaker weigh lome what heavily on his freedom of action, took the very extreme view that it was not well for the Speaker to vote, thus virtually disfranchising his district on an important divisions. A rather high price for Ins con stituents to pay for the honor of being represented by thu Speaker. But worse follows. Mr. Dobson han laid it down (hat in such times as the present it was a mem bers duty to put his canons and principles of political economy in his pocket. Now, what does Buskin say of such noble (?, time'Serving sentiments. He says: —'If you examine in...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL'S NOTIONS. [BY MOMUS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

bill's Notions. I JJ.v Moiius.' Dere Mr, Clipper, — In one of the many houses -iuvofced to the lubrication of the arid fej initiator a real live joke was perpetrate I.. Tlie fluid s'd-i in question iB in Liverpool-street, and the ungrateful recipient of tbo mirth provoker is knun-ii as 'The Ulever Man,' rti-iL is. '-1- ^ i/jws mor« tliau bis combined ancestry, plus the experience of the' community. Frequenters of the pub liad grown, tired -of his soora f ul ' I know ' and came to the con clusion that he was fair game. A smali crowd accordingly put up a raffle for a sacking pig, so that the clever one should win. When he came on the scene he was not pos sessed of the necessarv tanner, so an obliging person loaned the necessary and he went in for the pork stake. He won, of course, and they insisted on drinks round, so he hawked the bag containing the pork from pub to to pub and the highest otter was three bob. At a lale hour he carried the bag home, determined to Sunday dinner it. Hie...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

Zeehan. A little insurance agent from Launceston who wears a draft board pattern suit of clothes, gave a variety entertainment at the Academy of Music the other evenins; (surplus 2b.), and tried to mesmeme ; but he was too small to have any influence. I o get the show along, the subjects pro tended that they were under the influence and the fun lasted till the tune was up to go. Lawrence (monkey boy fame) took the money at the door so you see that it got into good hands. liain. auction sales, and going off to Coolgariiie are the orders of the day. No business doing till wages are definitely settled. The lode in No. 4 level of the Western is very solid aud rich, and being the deepest cut in any claim here proves that thu ore does live down. If sUver would only im p'rove in price the Western's output could be very much increased. The Comet is the only mine working at Dundas, and it will probably stop shortly ; there are now only two hotels opou but I hear that they too will be shut un...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 April 1894

(BLAeKERY. ' But hUII IHs tonKueran on, And, with itsevei-lmtiuirolaok, Sot all nieu's earn upon the raok,'— HUDIRKA'. Efforts are bjing n ide to rcnreiriN' t'io miners Ria ciation ai triken dill, th ? --lij -r:t being to amalgainite i he several brmcliuH aud mak'! one strong in ivitmnnt,. THE lite, of the ree, ? it 1 v uxecut-d I'.i risi in anarchist Vaillant, n said to Inv ? linen insured for £8000 an I tli t the iiiu-r p\m\e of the b-otherhond li.«M t'i' policy. Who cr.!,ls ..v..nt'M'y by ' Hi- w.«t Aii«rnlln booms.' Aii-j,ilej Undl.inl.-— Duko«)f SuHiarlniid, 20(l,-W)l) acren; Kiwi of Cnmirvon, 8(Ml,fl(ll ; Duke of Maiichcster, H(M).OOl) ; and Lord Brassy, 18,000. On Ihedivision on the tariff ipmstion iu thi Unit«Mt States five members voted for nn aineiidment in rain- all revenue by a. tax upon land vapie. Thh new blood nn'itnft to WpM Anstra'ia are already beiriiining to liven up political n'.t tleuont. Family bureau government i tottering. Laird -'!am-ron believes in doing fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

^fc INDIGESTIOM, /M^SSS^ Biliousness, Flatulence* HHHi Torpid Liver, Consii \v?BI^ES^B- pation can be cured by ^Ijjigl SASSAFRAS SASSAFRAS PILLS. PILLS.I DEBILITY, Nervousness, Poorness of Blood, Low Spirits, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Neuralgiv, Nervous Heapaohe, can be cured by taking SASSAFRAS TONIC SASSAFrtAS TONIC. TAE TASMANIAN EUCALYPTUS OIL GO. LTD. aOHAKT, CUMSTCHURCH, LONDON H. T. GOULD ANIt CO., Special Agents S. Wade Gower, PICiUBE-FRAME MAKER & PICTURE DEALER, 65 MURRAY-STREET. Importer of Gilt and Ebonised Pier Glasses, Picture-Frames, and Glass Show O:ises undo on the shortest notice. Where's your Inn ? ' Lei's drinK together friendly.' Henry II. £. M'Hugh (Late of Launceston) Intimates to his friends and the public that he lias taken the commodious COltNWALL HOTEL, CORNER OF ARGYLE &. COLLINS SI'S None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL INN, 255 AaGVLE-KTKEET. The Best Spirits, IVi'ies, Ale?, 1 1 1 Hears J. J. McLOUJmLIM, Proprietor. ...

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FLOW-TOES MARTHA [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

Flow-toes Martha. TBy Kuiki 1 Tl-e Holiarl Opi'iutic Society, aB their initial production, presented thn above at the Tlie.ilri! Royal on Situiday evening l«t, and so phenomenal w*s the success attending it that the siuie work was repeated nn Muiid y mid Tu'sd ly (ironings. -ri.i-- ulnn« fiiiiitles the moiety to occupy the first- pi nee in musical nig missions in the ool.rtiy, for it. is a moat r re thing for professionals to run an open, ilnee nitfMfl in succession, unloas a, pumilar one, which tins is nut, being extremely difficult and heavy throughout, both for principals and chorus. As the production has been dealt *mi exhaustively by the honorary critics attached to the ' Morning's Pennywotth' and ' Shaw's Midday Meditations,' we will simply oal with generalities, and touoh upon thoso points, notably the choruses, unnoticed by those ' 'umble '' censors. The curtain rises upon the court scene, where eight Indies are congregated in Lady Uenrietta'6 boudoir. The dresses attached t...

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BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XV. Hunting EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

BLACK DINGO. [Hv J. .1. Sheridan.] CHAPTER XV. Hunting Evidknce. In the meantime Smiles had sufficiently recovered to recollect the circumstances connected with hie jonrney, the reason why he catne to Melbourne, Alfred's anxiety and Mary's peril. These consideration* affected him deeply, and when he pleaded with his attendants for writing materials, and even narrated his strange story, they shook their heads and smiled. 'He is wander ing,' they7 would say one to another ; 'poor old fellow he is off his head.' The Doctor, noticing his ex-cited state decided at length to humor him a little. He let the old man run on while he appeared to listen atten tively. The coherence of the narra tive struck the listener as being very unlike the wanderings of a distorted imagination. He enquired if Smiles knew anyone in the city who would be able to recognise him. ' Oh yes,' was the reply ' there is my solicitor, a dear old friend of mine.' Armed with the address the medical man sought out this ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

IF YOU LIKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR awarded m m jat 1HI|H €MB M DAI t&c°s CELEBRATEO&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA* CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE ?

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THE NEW MINISTRY, [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

THE NEW MINISTRY, Sir Edward Braddon considerably simplified Cabinet making by handing over the responsibility to his party in caucus, with the result that the new Cabinet is comnosed as follows : — Premier. — Sib Bdwabd Bbaddon. Ireasurer — Mb. Fvsh. Lands and Works — Me. Pillinobr. Attorney-General — Mk. A. I. Clabkf. Chief Secretary —Mb. Moobe. Mr. Reibejr without portfolio. As thiB allotment necessitates Mr. Pysh seeking a seat in the Lower House, Mr. Piesse has patriotically consented to make way for the new Treasurer, aud he in turn will seek the suffrages for Cumberland. Both sides of the House, particularly his own party, regret the necessity for Mr. PiesSe retiring as that gentleman has been a great acquisition to the House of Assembly. However, the Council will be the gainer, and it is a great source of gratification to know that his presence there will do much towards liberalising it. Our morning contemporary makes a statement in Friday's issue that ' Mr. Clark is also cr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

V Xf ANTING ToCLEA.lt— Large quantity D°RY FIREWOOD. Clay Bros., Are determined to sell cheap— Oak, Wattle Gum, cut to any length and delivorod in any part of Hobart. COALS of all descrip tion delivered promptly and cheap to any address for Cash. CLAY BROS., 330 ELIZABETH-STRKET Telephone 283. ? \3I7TJV SUFFER from Neuralgia VV li I when a few doses of our Neuralgia Mixture will cure you? We can strongly reoommond it. Price, 2s. 6d.; by post, 3s. WEBSTER, Reliable Chemist, Hobart. J. L. SAULT, TAILOR, 96 ELIZABETH STREET, Is now making to order Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing at the following prices ?— Men's Sao Suit* from 45s. Beaufort from 65s. Frock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. Trousers from 12b. 6d. YouthB' Suits from 37s. 6d. Boys' Kniober Suite, 2U. irst - Class Workmanship Guaranteed N.B.— NO FIT NO PAY. Fish Depot. T. RUSH, 189 Liverpool-street (opposite Royal Hotel). Best Tasmanian Fish always on hand. Fish forwarded to any address — town or country. Agent for Now ...

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Kronk Cheques. A WELL-KNOWN DRAPPER TAKEN DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

Kronk Cheques. A WELL-KNOWN' DUAl'KR TAKEN DOWN. Karly yesterday morninfr Superintendent Pediler reivivcil a coinn'u ication from the Commercial Hank to the effect that a cheque had been presented, of which they were ex tremely doubtful. Enquiries showed that on Thursday a man hail proceeded to the well-known ilranerv establishment of A. Cuniining ami Sous. Klizabeth-street, and presented a cheque drawn in favour of 'J. Isles,' and purporting to be signed by ?? S H. Burrows.'1 of (ilcunrchy. The amount was for £32. and the head of the firm, seeing no reason to doubt the hona fides, cashed the clieque, and supplii-d goods to the amount of about £3. returning the balance in coin. Yesterday the fraud was rifgnivcivd. ami Detecti'TO I'ranklin was told off to follow the matter out The officer obtained certain information, which jtiflifii'il him in applying for a warrant for tin1 arrest of a well-to-do farmer, who i» alleged to have uttered the clieque. Tin1 su-pvlcl parly is supposed to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

TTOBART COLLEGE OF MUSIC. SINGING, PIANOFORTE, ALL ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS. Qualified Teachers in all Branches Musical Knowledge. Prospectus: Miller's Chambers, MURKAY-BTREET. ARTHUR J. MILLS, Principal. DROFESSOR ROBERTS, ?T Teacher oe DANCING, CALISTHENICS, ' Maintien de bonne tenue,' VIOLIN and PIANO. Professor Roberts' season in Hobart has commenced at the MASONIC HALL. His new system of imparting in struction is similar to the highly approved mode adopted by his confreres in London, Paris, and the Continental Cities of Europe. Special attention devoted to the MODEEN WALTZ, MINUET, and the DOUBLE LANCERS, as first introduced in Australia by him, and placed first on the programme of dances at the opening grand ball of the season, given by His Excellency the Governor and Lady Duff, at Government House, Sydney. Educational Establishments and Private FAMILIES ATTENDED. CLASSES NOW FORMING. PRIVATE LESSONS RY APPOINTMENT. Addrc ss— Winter's Music Warehouse, Elizabeth-street. HPASMANiA...

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Tampering with the Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

Tampering with the Tramways. Superintendent I'edder last Saturday got word from the Tramway oflice that ob structions were being placed on the tram line in Eliza heth-slreet. Shortly after wards a watch was set, find it was seen ihut. a. limnhpr nf hovK. who weiv ftvillttntlv unaware of the serious consequences that might follow their thoughtless actions, were the guilty parties. They ha,d collared huge pieces of iron from a neighboring blacksmith's shop and placed them across the rails with no oi her object than to have some fun. Tho driver of the tram for tunately hud keen powers of observation and averted ,i catastrophe. The police were soon on the brass of tho culprits, who will have U- answer for their misconduct on Tuesday next.

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

6LA6KERY. ' But still bis tongue ran on, And, with Its everlasting olaok, Set all mea'e ears upon the nude'— HUPFBBAS. Theee is a jockey riding in Maori laud who weighs only Hst. 121b,in his boots. One family has eight representatives in the Tasmaniftn Civil service, drawing over 42000 a year. It is likewise represented at the Town Hall to the tune of .£600. Lord Hopktoun has consented to extend his term of office iu the blnustcd and bank rupt colonies from November to April next. Good-natured man. Gknehal Booth is off to Paraguay to start a New England movement. One hundred and eight unemployed in Launceston. Plnlster, the draper, is alive with season able bargains. Read bis special advt. Competition is the soul of biz. 900 can didates have announced themselves for the 125 New South Waies Parliamentary seats — and more to follow. Mrs. Langthy is writing a novel. She h to tell naughty talcs o£ henself, and of course Abby Baird ane Prince Tummy will figure in it. Wout it sell. Qdong ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

WHATEVER A KTICLE yon may require, Gentlemen, you cannuot be bettor suited for Quality and Cheapness than at 1'LA.ISTER'S, the man for The People. 150 Gents' Fox's Serge Suits, 29s.; 50 Gents' Black Mackintoshes, with extra long Capes, and Velvet Collars, 25s. Hurry along and secure one of the gems to keep out the water. 500 Boys' and Youths' Scotch Tweed Over coats, with deep Capes, 12s. 6d.. to fit Boys from 6 years old to 18. Be advised and spend your money with the Cheapest Clothier in the city. A. E. Plaister. THE PEOPLE'S DEAPEE, ONLY ADDRESS 95 ELIZABETH-STEEET, Lb OYD'S BUILDING, THE SEWING MACHINES, -6 4 Liverpool Street. WANTED KNOWN— Cheap Boots and Shoes at the Trannra/ Boot Shop, 212 Elizabeth-et. Palace Restaurant 45 AND 47 EUZAHKTH-STREIST (Opposite Union Bank), is the ouly lirst-dass house in the city where a good meal is obtainable from Is. upwards. A S-COUHSE niNNKR, Is., from 12 to 2. First - class ACCOMMODATION KOR VISITOUS. by Day or Week. Terms moderate. riiing...

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SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

SPORT. [By this Owt.1 The Carriok Racing Club held their autumn meeting on Saturday last, the weather being fine, but the attendance being very poor indeed, and the club will come out a long way the wrong side of the ledger. Two totalisators were worked, but the patronage bestowed was over 60 uer cent, below the usual investments at Carriok. Proceedings commenced with the Hurdle Bace, Glen Isle starting favorite at 7 to 4 on, St. Clair 2 to 1 against, and 8 to 1 Nepean. St. Clair repeated his Deloraine performance and consiBtantly baulked, and after indulging Nepean with the lead, for a ruilo-imd-a-half. Glen Isle came away and won very comfortably. The Trial Stakes saw Louise favorite at 2 to 1 on, aud she won very easily from Enfield with Elphin third. The Easter Handicap saw Kronborg carrying a heap of money, his price being evens 2 to 1, Ambition 5 to 2, Flying Scud 6 to 1. The Muff and Ambition jumped off at the fall of thd flag and made the pace such a cracker that he had them...

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FREE SPEECH. THE UNEMPLOYED AND THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 April 1894

fREE SPEE6H. THE UNEMPLOYED AND THE SESSION. Very late in the day indeed lias Parliamentary attention been drawn to the unemployed. What should have been the first of questions has been ignored in order to make room for the financial bogie, with the result that the unemployed are a daily increasing section of our small com munity, and the deficit in our revenue is likewise a daily intensified evil. The late Ministry and members have been on a kind of Jack-o'-Lantern hunt, seeking for a scheme of taxation that will balance the ledger. Wise economics would have demanded that full employment be found for the people, for there is no more cancerous evil than want of employment. Idle ness begets all evil, and it has been entirely overlooked that the sure way to increase the revenue is to keep the people at work. Schemes of taxation, however skilfully adjusted, are certain to handicap the people and drag them down. At the present time we are practically in a state of active war fare, and t...

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