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FREE SPEECH MINISTERS AND THEIR SEATS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 April 1894

IFREE SPEECH. MINISTOHS AND TUKW 8KATS MUtiMws uututo, &t't«r « few *U,vV tuuit^v, Unv«- hem* mmlr) w»utv hv wt HHmttWi IVlni'lIB (n tllpif »\l«|lh«'tlU'. Bottit, with tlif tivi'iiinhxt of Mr I iSltiit^ts Mutimei' o! l,»t»tU, who I tlml# himself wjmsml hv hit* old I i*n.|MmPUt Mi l««^«i\v, The ItitM' I geuOeuMMiV wily ohum to jwhUo Ufa I m-(»*im* \w n huu?#et-it-y «( utioUiu^ni I M lW*it« ft«4 bWtlltftMi itfS-JtfUw. A kind I kit jtalilinal hiiuM ihat oMj^lit to he I wefnlty ev-lu«W ftyiit tta'Houtw a* I the |.\*u.tjut jtuu-huvMit affair* Uow I nvtu\ H6 Mi HmUu\ n otiaiuv of I pldi-.tMltl ili (HMtaiklmviii lv- alttiul at tthltUt I & gvt-*t?h««tH'j M « p»»M^ '»»s h^miim I xmh taik e^lU io^ |un»in£ ihtovuhi »* I ytit iMuilltec t)\(k(i-utH) i»flW hn-\'**'J'tt»l I iviiu«(t nf t|-e nt«now--ntna«%-\ i|u»iii I j»,«Situiic»i-, who bt*ts f\- gaiu » (--«itn'i- I lit JUltiliv-- lltn hv (-.um.iui:. i»Ui U- tu I tftl-pilcul «--Wi-lu^ \\\'\\ | Wit m^mtvf I h*a fatted ill jjvfttKj; ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE FLOWER SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 April 1894

Me toff low. ||Se Autufin ShowHtbe Hdiart Horti W^iral Society wawBBd in the uugnifi ffin* Exhibition Builjjffi, Queen's Domain, jfilFuGsday and Weiffifcay, 24th and 25th wM The eoUeotionBHuft and vegetables W safely say wfflK finest ever seen ffiBsmania, and odDnot be excelled in SBF&art of the wojUMSfrhe main hall was #3»art for the 01BB of fruit, vege Wam, preservos, h^^Bural implements, Mtmer the UnyaHbhip Company's ^(llttf t)he MNBHv88.^ apples, jaokod ready for export, there were 13 entries; total number of eases, 78. The first prize fell to a new exhibitor from the Huon district, Mr. J. Lomas. HiB six eases were quite a picture. The exhibits of apples and pears were both numerous and fine, -while BeveraHBBleswSfBTJorareaTiil h plates of fruits. Messrs. Sayar and Son had a fine trophy of fruit,- and IHr. Shoo br;dKe,of Bush.y Park, alBQ ha^ ft trophy, the latter exhibitor taking the first priee. For the best collection of vegetables Sayer and So|a look first price, and...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bill's Notions [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 April 1894

Bill's MotM |By iloMus.] ; ||; Dore Mr. CUppor,- TWfc3*gM|v paving of the late national Jnflicnon' lid's rodnoed some of Civil tarvants to 'Htid straits and has prDnodidiip nseful lit (Jo twigs wlion it were bBtter to lop off big, unnecessary branches. A frightful instance of self-iort^rejconioB to light, a oase directly Wj»»^ie tij the oheosepaiing. A GM\ BorPfttit id one of the Now Norfolk departtnente — a man, fiir, of decidedly religions views, supplemented by long Ieg6, a big nose and expansive feet — tried to pave the expenRO of tbe ride from Bridgewater to his homo. The late crowd retrenched him, and he decided to niako up tho loss by retrenching tho faro. The ppitit was willing/but tho logs wore weak ; the pour uufor tunate stilts doubled under him like a four-fold onrpentoi's rule, and he laid dowu on tho roadside to die, and it's more than hinted that ho would have died rather than spend a single coin out of bis reduced screw. A good Samaritan got. him home in a cab and so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Tasmania has the lowest' her centage of I insane people in the'Australian group, 2-2 I p$r thousand. We Uke jfyoasy and do not ? get exCitod. Victoria' has, Che highest per I centage, 3-8 per 1000. . / ? A b ample taken from a parcel of tea im- I ported into Sydney on anilysiB proved to m je adulterated with lead shavings, chips 9 of antimony and other substahces. ? A USTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT I A SOCIETY. 1 The Oldest and Most Prosperous LifeH Assurance Sooiety of Australasia, and the H only one in Tasmania, that Divides its ? PROFITS EVERY YEAK ? Bonuses vest after policies have been H in force for two years. Claims paid imme- H diately on proof of death and title. ? Local Directors— The Hon. P. O. Fyeb, H M.L.C.i theHon.W Crosby, M.L.G.; B. O.M Giblin, Esq., M.Dj ar.d Thomas Lewis, Esq. ? FEEDK. J. JACOBS, ? Bes. Secretary. I' Office— Elizabeth and Collins (streets, I; Hobart. It ALBERT PARK,! NEW TOWN. . I BUILDING SITES I 60 x 200, rJose to Tram and B-ul ? j630 each. Payable M...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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LETTERS OF S.A. TYER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

LETTERS OF 5. A. TVER. No.xrx. To THOS. STEPHENS, Esq. ,*M.A., F.G.S., Director or Education, . My dear Sir, , . ! You have hitherto escaped my. notioe, the larger iieh in the Tasmanian frying pan having attracted all my attention. ; THs, no doubt, has been a source of pain to you since you love the criticisms of the press, and no one knows better than yourself what it is to be criticised. . . ? . You are the second son of the Rev. William Stephens, B.A., Vicar of' I* vena, Westmoreland, England. ' You were born in that parish in 1830 and received your preliminary education at that famous pub lic school, Marlborough, whence you pro ceeded to Queen's College, Oxford. Singularly enough your elder brother, late a professor of the Sydney University, was afterwards a fellow and tutor of Queen's. Subsequently you obtained a scholarship at Magdalen Hall, now Hert fort College. In four years time you had obtained the degree of B.A., and ten years later yon were a Master of Arts, Flushed wit...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CHAPTER XVII. The Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

CHAPTER XVII. The Escape. Scarcely had Dingo fallen before his scheming braiu evolved a probable mode of escape. He could hear the detective's footsteps, they sounded too close to give a chance to rnn, bo felt certain that he would be shot down before a dozen paces were made, so the cauniug rascal 'ay motionless, with eyes tightly closed; he even per mitted Smart to set a foot upon his chest and gave no sign of life. The officer reached Dingo's side and bent over him ready to clasp the handcuffs ; at that instant the outlaw made a tremendous effort — sent Smart spiu ning among the pews, and caught Jones a crashing blow between tho eyes — a terrible blow, that crushed iu the unfortunate man's face and knocked him back among the frightened women. With a shout of triumph (he victor rushed through the doorway while screams of terror horn the startled females arose on every side. Once outside the church he ran to the spot where the horse and vehicle were tethered. With his heavy knife he...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued ) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

BLACK DINGO. [Bv J. J. Shebidan.] CHAPTER XVI. (Continued ) A brief silence followed Smiles' announcement. The eight-seers sat amazed at the interruption. It was 80 unusual, so unexpected ; quite a new feature in the dear familiar cere mony. The onlookers felt out of place but could not move ; curiosity proved stronger than good taste; so they remained with outstretched necks, their eyes and mouths gradually opening wider and wider, as though greedily drinking deep draughts of the agonising cup. Destiny had prepared for the wretched girl and her unfortunate parents. Smiles' sudden interven tion, at the very period when Dingo felt seen re, at the very crowning of his trinmpl), fell with crushing force and left the outlaw dazed, motionless, staring blindly before him. A profound stillness reigned — every one seemed to wait till Dingo should give the signal ; this slowly dawned on his perturbed mind ; by a fierce effort he turned on the old man and demanded ' Who are yon ?' 'I am Philo...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Mining Notes and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [By Gnome.1 Every company but the Queen gladly publishes _ for the information of share holders the assays of the ore raised. The assay value of the Queen ore is not even known at the office of the company, and yet we are told in Friday 6 Mercobt that further assistance in assaying has been granted to tho manager ! How long will the shareholders permit the present condi tion of t ings to continue ? Tho last two directors who visited the mine, although it may be taken for granted that their ex penses were duly charged to tho company, remained dumb on their return, and the shareholders know just as much about their mine as they did before theso visits of inspection. The report of the conference on tl o labor question has been duly reported, and the Zeehanitcs had decidedly the best of the argument. Thoy openly declared tho truth that the companies are being de stroyed by expensos of management. Let any shareholder tot up the present first cost of managing the Que...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

DRINK -~*~~'^To be had of all GROCERS. Ask for it and see you take no other.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

WHATEVER A RTICLE you may require, Gentlemen you cannnot be better suited for Qualit;1 and Cheapness than at PLAISTER'S, th. man for The People. 150 Gents' Fox's Serge Suits, 29s.; 6( Gents' Black Mackintoshes, with extr; long Capes, and Velvet Collars, 25s. Hurry along and secure one of the gems tc keep out the water. I 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 th ; Cheapest Clothier in the city. A. E. Plaister. THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, ' ONLY ADDRKSS,^ , 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, LTj OYD'S BUILDING, The Great Sale OF 1891. ROBERT COLOSTREAM intends clearing out the whole of his tremendous stock of DRAPERY & CLOTHING AT BIG REDUCTIONS. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. EVERY \RT1CLE MUST GO. This is No Bogus Sale, bul A Genuine Clear Out. SAIiE COMMENCES THIS MORNING. Empty Shelves aiv what I want and what 1 will have. i Como and SEE THE BARGAINS for yourselves. ROBERT COLDSTREA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

X\T ANTING to CLEAR— Large quantity D°RY FIREWOOD. Clay Bros., Are determined to sell cheap— Oak, Wattle Grum, out to any length and delivered in any part of Hobart. COALS of all descrip tion delivered promptly and cheap to any address for Cash. CLAY BEOS., 839 ELIZABETH-STREET Telephone 288. TTtTTJV SUFFER from Neuralgia VV il X when a few doseB of our Neuralgia Mixture will cure youf We can strongly recommend it. Price, 2s. 6d.; by post, 3b. WEBSTER, Reliable Chemist, Hobart. Fish Depot. T. BUSH, 139 Liverpool-street (opposite Royal Hotel). Best Tasmanian Fish always on hand. Fish forwarded to any address town or country. Agent for New Zealand oysters. Families waited on for orders. P. C. Abbott, 74 MURRAY-STREET, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER & MANU FACTURING JEWELLER. Cheapest House in the City for Repairs Satisfaction Guaranteed. t 0 O K A T T H I S. J. Mulrenttan begs to remind the public that his address is at 152 LIYERPOOL-ST. (next door to Mr. Maddock's butcher-shop), where ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

NOTICES. The CLipren is published every Saturday lnom Tlie Clipper is thoroughly independent. It is pledged to uo party. Tlis Clipper has far its objcot the dissemination of honest political thought. The CurrKB caters to supply racy and useful in formation. Advertisements are inserted at moderate rates. Special terms for contract advertisements. The Clipper is the most popular and widely circulated paper in Hobort. It circulates right through the island. It is therefore a most valuable adverBdng medium, Contributions invited. All communications to be addressed to the Editor of The Clifpee, 16 Elisabeth Street, Hobort. Subscriptions : 2b. per half-year, payable in ad vauee. Country subscribers may forward payment iu stomps or postal notes. AGENCIES. We ore opening up AponcioR for the Sale of The Clipper iu all country towns. Our subscribers will oblige by notifying to the proprietors eligible peoplo or firms in townships iu which an ugency Las not been already opened. TO SUBSCRIBERS....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

DUCK1NGHAM ELECTION. Mr. F. W. PIBSSE W.ILJi MEET THE ELBOTOES MONDAY, May 7, QueonborougU School room, SAKDY BAY, ? at 8 p.m. T'1 H E A T E E B O Y A. L. MOflt-AY NEXT, May 7. First Appearance in Hobart of the THORNTON-ARNOLD NEW ENGLISH COMEDY COMPANY, in the Latest London Up-to-date Theatrical Sensation, CHARLEY'S AUNT. FRANK THORNTON as BABS. 'I'm Charley's Aunt from Brazil, where the nuts come from.'' THE GREATEST SUCCESS EVER KNOWN IN AUSTRALIA. Record runs in Melbourne, Sydney aud Adelaide. : 'Box Plan at Susman's. Prices— Dress Circle, 4s.; Stalls. 2?. 6d.; Pit and -3allery, One Shilling. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 11th and 12th. Reappearance, after an absence of 5 years, of CHARLES ARNOLD, as HANS THE BOATMAN. Business Manager— Mr. L. J. LOHR. Bellevue Races. BELLEVUE RACES. To-Day. To-Day. SPLENDID ENTRIES. First Race at I.t5 p.m. sharp. ? empeTrance hall, WEDNESDAY, May 9th. GRAND MONSTER BENEFIT TO ROBT. RIDLEY. DERWENT SURPRISE PARl'Y. Monster Programme. The Hobart Bras...

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FREE SPEECH. THE UNEMPLOYED AND FOSSICKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

FREE SPEECH. THE UNEMPLOYED AND FOSSICKING. On the Australian main land the people are practically digging them selves back to prosperity, for gold is being found in payable quantities both in old aud new fields, trade is feeling a substantial fillip, and the un employed are getting a natural out let. Thus things are brightening, aud even whilst winter is approach ing the dark clouds of despair are giving place to those of roseate hue. These good results have been, to a great extent, the fruits, excepting Coolgardie, of an earnest endeavor of both Governments and people to do something of a tangible nature to give relief to tbe labor market. Miners rights have been issued with a free hand and the men have been conveyed to the scene of their pro posed operations and in many cases provisioned and equipped. To this end the Labor party has lent its willing aid and experience, many men having been folly equipped by the Trades and Libor Councils. Thus whilst philanthropists and other well...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boxing. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Boxing. The Derwcnt Athletic Club is to be re opened on Monday, under the management of the t wo popular boys, Clifford and liaxter. Tli-; training track will be a boon to foot ballers dtirin' the season. Jack Hell hasi removed his hair-dressing saloon, three doors lower down Macijuarie street. His number is 61. A complimentary benefit was tendered to Charlie Murphy at Harry Pearce's club rooms on Wednesday evening iast . There was a fair attendance, and several willing goes were indulged in to the satisfaction of the audience. At the conolussion of the entertainment another match was partly made between Baxter and Murphy. C. Murphy has delayed his departure for New Zealand hoping to got another match with Baxter. Through a supporter of his lie has issued another challenge, and as Baxter has a supporter in town we hope these two deserving lads may come to terms. Murphy will box for .£25 or .£50 a side and the whole of the gate money, conceding five pounds iu weight; Murphy weighing ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOIDEN HUBBUB [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Hoiden Hubbub. Em* and every mortal hour it hurts, in this manner; the iufinito hubbnb unslaokened, WHAT IS A LIB ? During the past weok the cable crammer has been eagerly building up his reputation as the champion liar, and bo is in suoh an unconscion able haste to excel the ancient Ananias that, he contradicts himself most flagitiously every day. The servant of tbeFatman, ho pumps into his in flated paunch, through the atribilious literary meat, viz., newspapers heavily subsidised by rings nnd syndicates, the most arrant humbug. Forthwith the Fatmah BmileB Btnngly and goes on bis way rejoicing that Demos is still his humble worshipper, if uot abject slave ; and yet chickens will come home to roost, for ever aud anon he wakes up and fiuds that rascally (P) agitators are again pur suing their nefarious tactics and that the people have been aroused from their ignorance and lethargy and that another reform has been won. This week the champion liar's reoord in cludes the ludicrous. Mav...

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THEY WANTS YOUR BLOOMING VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

THEF WANTS YOUR BLOOMING VOTE. I walked in a percesshin with a banner and a band. And they said I was a noosance in 'Igh 'Oborn aud the Strand ; I spouted at a meeting which was in Trafalgar Square, But they sent the slops to charge me, and to clear me out of there. Oh ! it's ' Deinygog ' and ' Sochuli6t,'' ' Damn the lazy lout,' But it's ?' Bless the British workman' with the ballot-box about. The ballot-box about, my lads, the ballot box about, O ! it's 'Bless the British workman' with the ballot-box about. I struck for higher wages, and they said I was a fool. And the crafty hagitatur merely used ino 'as a tool ; And when the kids was starvin' and we hadn't sup nor bite. They only shrugged their shoulders and said it served me right. For it's ' Ruin to the country,' and it's wickedness and crime. But its ' Sacred Rights o' Labour' just about election time, 0 1 it's ' Sacred Rights o' Labour just about election time. *?' p I'm lazy and I'm 'ullting, and a noosance and a cuss, And ...

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CATCHING ALLIGATORS. TYING THEM UP BY THE TAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

CATCHING ALLIGATORS. TYING THEM DP BY THE TAIL. The colored man (says an American paper) ?who has lived for any length of time ill t- londii lias a most wholesome respect for alligators, and holds in almost religious awe the man who will plunge stork naked ami un armed, nave with a shoit piece of rope, into the river right in. the midst of r sp.hnnl nf these terrible man-eaters. That a man should not on!)- do this and escape alive, but' that he f-hould also bring with him on his exit from the river, alive and struggling fiercely, but nearly made harmless in a uetof sUlfully tied rope, the largest and fiercest man-eater in the school, is sufficient to make that man a very demigod in the eyes of colored citi zens. 1 hat is what John Daviys, of Jackson ville does. Approached upon ?! he subject of his exploits Davicsto a Nun- York Telegram reporter :— '\cs, I am known all over Florida as 'Alligator Davis.' I have bten in thu business Of capturing live alligutors for museums and show peo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Union Line of Steamers. The. Laigcst and. Best, Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. . The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular jkissengor and cargo ser vioos between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian . ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South £ea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hohwrt iq: pyQney ? '- mi ks'yo'pjrAtt,1' W. J. F^kitt^jai^ Commander, Makes regular trips; 'carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates : - First Milling : SATtJ&DAY, MAY 12, 9 p.m Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weelcly at Hobart. en *oute' to Melbourne. First flailing : VTAIHOEA, TUESDAY, MAY 8. Laqnceston to Mel bourne S.S.,'PATBENA,' ,1£ SAifS, Commander, MONDAY, MAY 7, 2 p.m. THURSDAY, HAY 10, 2.30 p.m. For New Zealand. First Steamer i TAliUNB, THURSDAY MAY 10, 2 p.m. . The company ]iu conjunction with the Oceanic Company rjin. a regular monthly service from' Sydney, to' San F...

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HUON Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Huon Shows. The Huon was en fete with shows last week, Franklin opening out with a big display of chrysanthemums and an indus trial exhibition. The Quosu of Autumn display was simply magnificent, and for size and color could not be surpassed in the colony. The funds of the Congregational Church, reaped the benefit of the large attendance. Huonville brought forth a splendid dispiay of the produce of the district in honor of ,its annual show, held on Thursday. Nearly the whole of tho iuteresfc of the fruitgrowers was centered in Huddart Parker and Co.'b special prize, that popular firm's energy in n--ver losing an opportunity to fu'ther the interests of the fruitgrowers alone drawing special attention to the honor of being tho winner of the prize. The fruit had to be packed ready for the intercolonial market. There were eleven competitors, showing, according to the terms of tho prize-givers, au assort ment of three kinds. The thirty-three cases constituting the entire exhibit, arrange...

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