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Zeehan Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Zeehan Mems. TBt our Rup.T Opinions i»re freely expr-ssed by miners aul otheis that thu companies (hat -lo not work their mines ought to be compelta! to let atiihoul 20 per cent, royalty, anil that tho 'Jovernment should strietlv enforce; tho labor clauses in all cases : and aiso that where a parly of tributors took up a section, i he Government should not charge any rent, but be paid by loyally, say 20 per cent . Of (.oiirae, the difficulty here is the wet nature of the country necessitating machinery ljein;; put on the claims that are being worked *j mar the surface, but 1 shall be very much mistaken if. wlieu the mines iro down over .'iOO feel, they arc not, dry. a-i'nll tin; pre sent water is si mply not mi i face wai or, :i« f r. -ra ciiquiricti 1 have ina.lt; rnim various suuives the water is said to be (juite good until it gets mixed up with the country. In tho North- Western the shaft is sunk the required depth. There is a little squiring up and centres to be put in, and whe...

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

''eLAeKEfprT I Ana, with. its everlasting olaofc, -;;! ::--i . Set all men1* oars aponlhe iraojc, 'r^f .1 . i - -- , Hoimbbm, i-i'J .. Mb, F. W. Pjesss addresses, the Buck ingham electors at Queenbbrough School room, Sandy Bay, onMoriiSr nirfit. '^ ^ VUT of Z7« miners employed; in fHsr mania 1050 are engaged in exploiting the WcstCoast mines. ' V ' ; An Assyrian prisoner, named Joseph Lyons, confined in Broken Hill gaol, has' been driven mad by solitary confinement. . The Sunday Observance- fiend '. fh$e( managed to nut. its Pharasaical splay foot upon the; Albert ^all, ; Itonaon, , Sunday, afternoon organ recitals. - ' ''?' r * ?' The QueenRlnnd Government is wauting'i to sell the land, that is, the colony's birth-; right and mess of pottage, to prevent a deficit. The Exhibition directors netted £170 ?from rentals. Scooping iu the winnings from other popple's shows pay best . ; Kx-Tbbabubiiu Henry is busily engaged during the parlismeutary recess in studying how to cook 'fish.' Dob...

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

Football Notes. fBt Ruok.1 The Juniors commence Hie season to-diiy, when the following matches will be played .— North Hobart v. Hobart, at Upper Cricket Ground : Fitzroy v. Union Jack, at Beltana ; Glcnorchy v. Carlton, at Qlenorchy ; '' H-zroy Juniors v. Bcllerive Juuiors. at Bellerive. Senior football is a dead letter at present, and from appearances there is not likely to be much interest taken iu it this season, even it it should revive. Efforts are being made to form an association, but so far with little encouragement^ ? THE election for Hie representation of Buckiughiim iu. the Legislative Council takes place on Tuesday, May (?.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

_... geemed a littlo too strong for tho inKton butiip to the time of writing the P ^ stottd^djoarfted; The concluding £v's wcing will take place to-day, the Zoiiml^veat. '..being -the = three-mile *artsHw%S?iS3i -m hold a meeting today,*?'! **,-&* entrien ure the SSSSmM***,* -^/JWlWi* {urn. intonvi' Galloway ^udiean—Vancssa or rinth ofi GpH.,I*WPW, .#tt£erpus.; Trial toce^rennyson.i ... 5/#e,vu0, , ..Jfendican ? £' 'jh^Hobftitf m$ ,1/P^ft. f K1^1 £'* ' favorite for tWfcing.. flandicap at^an i !fnwn Park last Saturday, his pnee being 6 I *m tome* the wring w-ayjyh&i the flag I Ml which, of cduyae, spollt'whatever chance I hp had of wibtning,' and' as 'his1 owner stood . I 'o win a *& Stake,' it was- Very hard lines 1n»frip; Gheifele, *Wttor' of Svvinton and I Mllton had a bad fall off 'ttus latter in the I hanUo rAbeat Elwict on Wednesday, Which I BodesBitatelihtotomoval.tottoUoBRital. t. £400 vtos the amount invested on Nobody ia the -3toodwooA Handicap, and ...

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

SPORT. EVENTS TO COME. Belle Vuc, to-day. Taainanian Racing Club, tfly 24. ... ' Longford Eacing Club, Hay 24. [By the OwtJ . - The Brighton Baciug Club autumn meeting, which took place on Saturday last, proved anything but a success from a financial point of view. The weather, although flue, has a depressing influence this time of the year, and the few specu lating people who were present did not seem inclined to bet. As a consequence, the bookmakers did very little business. The secretary, Mr. Alf . Webb, worked very hard to make the meeting a success, but I .am sorry to say the fates were against him, and I must again impress on the committee tbe advisability of racing at least a month earlier. Proceedings commenced with the Maiden Hurdle Race, Vanessa and Bhein gold being equal .favorites at 6 to 4, but the novice at the game, Clypton, gate Mick Doyle a well-deserved turn by winning easily. The Trial Stakes saw only two Rtarters, Bugler being favourite at 2 to 1 on, and he won a...

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

bill's Notions. [By Momus.] Dear Mr. Clipper, — tip Bothwell way they have a whip on whom they lavish, the cognomen ' Jack the Ratter.' : Wbeu yer ask era what it means they ?' gives ver an astonished glance an ses, 'Cos he resembles a L6ndbh; ratter.' Tliey think ' that ends tlio1 business. Bill sed when lie was ilfthe b!g city last he didn't see no rasters, so I suppose it's a piepe of Both well ifnagiha|;}dn.' ' Anyway,' t^is Jiick1 oi'tnij^ R^tw n£s giyeh 'slibojca to the' religious' elephant in them 'parts by rabbiting on Sunday. One indignant person asserting that ' There's more rabbiting done on a Sunday than any other day. Two or three in a group coming past our constables unmolested.' Two or three in a group ain't half bad. There could scarcely be loss in a group, oould tbere ? Wouder the indignant bluo light didn't corl it crowds at once. But sich is the effect of Both well beer. Did yer see the cablegram in Thursdays Yellow Pap about the Goxeyites carrryin banners with rl...

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

BILLIARDS. I On Thursday evening, at the Royal I Hotel, Mr. J. H. Roberts (the Australian I Roberts), who has been in our midst for I some weeks displaying his skill as an ex I ponent, both with the cue faerainst odds. I with several of our beet local amateurs), I and also showing some wonderful hand I Manipulation, in which he is the recognised I champion, his record break being 3080, I pvo another entertainment to a fairly [ large and appreciative audience. Roberts intends visiting the country districts. I Robebt Coldstreau is to make the I market hum, and the ladies 'scics' with the I bargains in drapery anil clothing. He starts I this morning. I No lottery, but. a straight-out gift. The L \ ictoria Tea and Coffee Company, 89 Liver fcjjool-street, in addition to selling the best jW/uallty teas at reform prices, gives a coupon I to the customer, which entitles her to a I valuable present.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN TOBACCO CONSUMPTION CONTEST. "To dream, perchance to spit." HAMLET, act III sc.I , (revised.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

THE AUSTRALIAN TOBACCO CONSUMPTION CONTEST. 11 To dream, perclwnce to 3i-it.' HaHLET. act Ilf. ec. I. freviRed.) XJivino in ii^okn^, f^Iorious iu n pipe. When tipped wit h amber, jellow, rich and ripe, Like other charmers, wooing the care -s More dazzlingly when during iu full dress ; Yet ihy true lover* more admire by far, Thy r.aked licau'.ies-Give me a cigar ! ' Byron. ' The Iilaud ' Canto II, [By Dingo.] It is characteristic of the Australian youth that they aie ardent supporters of some of tho principal articles which form a prominent feature of our varied tariffs, and in this respect the native born of Tas mania are not one whit behind their brethren on the larger area across the straits. If not intimately attached 'To Bacchus,' they arc incontestably so ' To Baoco,' and a convincing proof was fur nished on tho evening of Friday, last week, when tho Hobiirt Branch, No. 1, gave an exhibition of their powers of inhalation and expulsion of the more serial portions of tho weed Nic...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Our Barrel Organ. "ISRAEL" IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

Our Barrel Organ. ISRAEL' IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. fBv Moses II.1 This beautiful Khan-Tartar, Authorised by the widely-known Wormwood Wall, Esq., was produoedlor the very first tin^ iu Tasmania on the evening of Thursday last, and natuiaUy excited alarae audience, notwithstanding the inclemency of tbe weather, whiob is always a drawback, especially in connection with entertain ments held in the Exhibition Building. Owing to the shortness of the period which the Israelites musically occupy the deBert, the first part of the programme was devoted to a miscellaneous collection, the most notable items of which were the part song, ' Kara well to the Forest,' fairly well rendered by the choir, who paid every attention to tho forte and piano passages ; ' Eily Mavourueen,' by Mr. F. Ealfe, who although ho has an exceedingly sweet voice, will persist in running away from his accompanist ; solo, ' O, Thou that hadst barkened,' by Mies Gill, who presented her item perfectly ; and, lastly, ' ...

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

Alleged Wilful Murder. Late last evening the city police ap prehended the following persons and charged them severally with having feloniously killed and Blayed-tme Ttfonias Budd at Hobart on the 21st ult. :— William Chandler. Anne Maria Chandler, his wife, Bertha Maria Chandler or Fry, and Norah Dhu. It will be remembered that Budd met his death on the date named under somewhat suspicious eirouinstances, and at the inquest an open verdict was returned. Since that time, however, the police authorities resolved to proceed further in the matter, hence the arrest of the persons named.

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CHARLIE'S AUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 5 May 1894

CHARLIE'S AUNT. Mr. L. J. Lohr always hrlngs' ?uiaB'omo- thing good, and on this occasion ' Charlie's Aunt' is iiis novelty, This jolly lady has been tickling up the world; aud of course will be none the less humorous la' tbe hands of our old favorite' Frank Thornton and hit talented company because she has arrived with the first blast of winter. In fact, .ncr ' nuts from Brazil ' will warm the crackles of all playgoers' hearts. She is to be staged at the Theatre Royal on Monday night, and will Htand to her guns and faco the uproarious applause until Friday, ' Hans the Boatman ' being produced on that evening and Satur day. . ?

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

[, , ~ - *fti '' \A/'ANTING T0 CLEAR— Large quantity jj,4| DRY FIREWOOD. |f{; Clay Bros., 1 ' I : Aro determined to sell cheap— Oak, Wattlo ( jl- Gum, cut to any length and delivered in :; ' any part of Hobavt. COALS of aU descrip W- tion delivered promptly and clioap to any ry address for Cash. ,^j ? CLAY DEOS., 889 ELIZABETH-STREET Ji'lJ ? Telephone 833. j_5; Fish Depot. Jjl' T. RUSH, %, 139 Liverpool-street (opposite Royal v Hotel). Best Tasmanian Fish always on ;'i hand. Fish forwardod to any address— i ; , town or country. Agent for Now Zealand i; oysters. :-'. i Families waited on for orders. !-?' TOOK AT r~H~~I S. if,1 J. Mulrennan [\ : , bugs to remind the public that his address I- . is at 152 LIYERPOOL-ST. (next door to t;W'. ' Mr. Maddock's butcher-shop), where ho has (?i '?' a large assortment of )\: BOOTS :?!,,! ' Dn hand, which will be sold at the K.,- LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. % , . — — ^_ _ !t- ' All Boote bought from mo can be ... . guaranteed, as they aro made on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

/T*O LET, House, Henry-street, 5 rooms, -I balcony and gsrjen no taxes. 6s. week. 'T'O LET, 4 and 5 room Cottages, Quayle i- street ; 9s. & 10s. Chesterman, Wharf A PPEENTICE Wanted. Boy from school **? preferred; well educated, Clipper office. ANTED KNOWN— Cheap Boots and Shoes at tho Tramway Boot Shop, 212 Elizabeth-lit. /'* AS ENGINE for Sale. Apply Clippem VJ office, pOBTefieap Boots try 'CuFnePs City Boot ?T Mart,, 101 Elizabeth street. DATON 4 O'BRIEN have New Special A tie6 in Art Printing. The only Artistic Printers iu Hobart. Give them a trial. ICYCLE FOR SALE. 'Cushion tyred. Cheap. Apply Clipper office. TDUCK1NGHAM ELECTION All ACCOUN TS in connection with Mr. PIESSE'S candidature to be forwarded, on or before the 19th inst., to R. McFARLANE, ? 70 Murray-street. EW ZEALAND BUTCHERY. 93 Murray-street, Above all is still the Cheapest and Best in the city. Prime BEEF and MUTTON from 2d. Travelling Butcher's Shop equally as cheap. Families waited on for orders. AN UMB...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

FOOTBALL NOTES. TBt Ruck.1 Football in Southern Tasmania was opened For the season 1891 by the juniors last Saturday; when the first round of matches was played. The principal event was between the Hobart and North Hobart clubs on the upper cricket ground, when there was a very largo attendance of the public. In the first quarter of the game North Hobart had slightly the best of it, and at quarter time had scored 6 behuids to Hobart's 2 behinds. The latter rallied in the next quarter and at half time the score stood : — Hobart 2 goals 2 bohinds, North Hobart H behuids. The third quarter was a splendidly contested one, each side only obtaining one behind. The The final Quarter was full of excitement, the Northeners having two goals to make up. Encouraged by the strong array of barrackers the North Hobart made steady and successful onslaughts on their op ponents citadel, with the result that they notched two goals, thut equalising the scores, when the time bell rang. The1 result was :...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SPORT EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

^mmm ? --'?% .;?.,?. -M «*-* ^#te***3R;-«: ?^i-'iW. % Club' ato *° *B 'oongratuiawaiBntfle success that attenajflf jiC^oe' mMu 'held Ify them on sajwroay jubi-, uuuaa » ra^uinr attendant X vpto flijs the best . meeting: evSSttOMtbb course, aW I trust it wjll; ba tM'fWteiSiiin(!r: of 'many thdlfe. : The' attendance.' Wa& i ivory i rau'oh i above . the average) W?4 M}PutotaJjsaltor: did a rattling . -rooa'busiriess. The fields throughout the jay wero'good.'afid 'in each (if the' moos most of the horses were I well' 'backed,! which gave an, owner a chance of getting a decent price abijut bis librae'. During the day there were one or two distinct oases of shunting,: one $ase iu.j particular being very glaring indeed, and should such a thing happen iagkto it le to be hoped the stewards will make an example of the offender, as the leniency of the stewards often tende to do -tho proprietary a lot of injury,, ivthejestlmfttign^jof j^be. betting pijffio' wlib alwn^tlifi conrsd? ; : E...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

eLAG'KE.HY. ' Bat still his tongas ran on, And, wfth its everlasting clock, Set all men's ears upon the rack.' — Hodib&as. 'Afteb tb.e Ball' is going to have another boom. The football season has commenced. Fiesse was returned for Buckingham by 4 votes. Tue Orpheus Club vocalises on Monday night, in aid of the buildiug fund of S: Mark's Church, Port Cygnet. Buckingham put up a record for heavy polling on Tuesday. Out of a possible 667, 613 recorded their votes. THE Cuiteji will shortly publish a series of articles on the Huon. Madame CARANnrNi came with her parents to Tasmania when six yeais of age. Premier Dibbs goeB about armed with a revolver. The blusterer is always a coward. A New Aubtbalian reports that in the town of A jos there are between 300 and 400 women and only 14 men. Ok Wednesday evening Mr. Fysh makes his statement and tables the amended es timates for JH!M and 1895. Smart wor*. Hbb. Catherine DwrER, 103 years of at;o, the wife of a farmer at Charlton, has gi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE THEATRE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

WtmmiWMD As nntjcjpatcd, the Tli{tfOt-&»llMrifl ; Cojnody/Gq:jpp;iny!wejjt,-)fl: wjlji Kffin ! Brazil/- 'wjffru tho nute oom6 ftoMj' I*f r, i I' rank TU^iitQ»xrqated jio in^M tjjj|, %$&? tlio perplexing situations following upon his acceptance of tfce nBBlHon'SilTJfiittl iA Aunt' were . poitiaHpl fo ^nli:-.lliojfflicr#; situaMpng milking jffiHektfF livmm Fv The iBlda^i&ckifit f|id liady ?m£mM-. aniSo, though ?wny-4fcgw %s-alb tel^W1 Hobart could have endured her vagaries the full season. Howerer^tipOmap^- ; ment .are determined Miat thejr patrons so ' Hans'i!he JJoatmari1'' with' its^SffhenS ' plot and tuneful ballads took the 'boards last night, and was.played, J»:^j$fc. Uiarles Arnold can produce his original creation. It is to be atagod again ? to night. : . On Monday night Frank Thornton in his impersonation of the Private Secretary will for the last time during this seabon take up the fun where ' Charley's Aunt ' left off, and by the time he is finished ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

''?? m. Hate. ' :DUrt3IIE8,; J64 MACQttftiRIE . ST. J-» returns ,*hankB to IV .numerous customer* and friends forthe kind support he has received from them1 'sttiae lib look over the business lately carried on bv THOS. AJffOrr. ...,? * By keeping always a godd and lar?e stock of PRIME MEAT he trusts to receive a continuance of their patronage. ? rr'VjM|i'jrJi ? SEWING MACHINES, -6 4 Liverpooi Street. A USTEALIAN MUTtTAL PROVIDENT The Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assurance Society of Australasia, and the only one in Tasmania that Divides its PROFITS EVEEY TEAR. Bonuses vest after policies have been in force for two years. Claims paid imme diately on proof of death and title. Local Directors— The Hon. P. O Fran* M.L.C.J the Hon.W Crosby, M.L.C.i E o' Giblin, Esq.,M.Dj and Thomas Lewis, Esq' PEEDK. J. JACOBS, Res. Secretary. Office— Elizabeth and Collins streets, Hobart. Tea De Luxe. Cosmocapclion Blend of Tea is the finest possible. It holds the premier position in Tasmania, and it...

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GEEVESTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION AND THEMUM SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

GEBVBSTON INDUSTRIAL EX H1BITI0N AND CHHV.iAN THEMUM SHOW. The annual iufluatrial exhibition und clirysiutlic inmn show in conncctiou with the Geeventou Congregational Cburch was held iu the Town Hall ou VTedueBday afternoon auJ cvcuiu^. For the first time the committee were iu a position to offer awnrds in the thai* of money tor the article BCCuriDg first prize, nud It whk tne means ol very tersely increasing th« nuuil-er of entries for com petitiou as well as securing a inucli better quality if exhibits. Mo-dames Burnett, Walton, nud I,inu«ll act«d ail judges for fancy work, cookiuu, etc., aud Messrs. Albury and Barnctt fur flowers, fruit, ete.,«nd their decision* i»ve unirersal Gutm faction. Iu the iudustrinl section the articles thnt attracted special ntt«ution and commenda tion wore Mm. W. G. Oeeves's splendid collection of j&ms.jollies, preserves, and pickles, consistiup of 36 different kinds, Miss L. Robertson s collec tion of knitting nud cotton work, and the exten s...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BILL'S NOTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 12 May 1894

Bii'sioTiott rB^S(U8.i m beiug tho champion chopper, and quite the giant athlete of the place. A little fellow lived in tbe same township— a weak, slim chap — and he had the cheek to challenge tho big ^u^r'Ten':b6n^Biarwfts set^dwnr and a chopping match arrrnged. Bets ran high on the giant, and jeers «tn -plentyfeH to the 4ofr*-f =the little mail.. The bigcove bared iu's biceps, and ttio admiring 'crowd murmjired approval ; the weak chap uncovered his tjiiu anus, and, the pnlookcrs hintaVl '* pip«-stenis,' 'anid ipther nn cpmpaineutary comparisons. BtiH lie ;kopt up 4i|s spirits, and licked the big 'uu -before the Goliath was half through his task. And the crowd felt small and inclined to put down1 their ta'ils, only they hadn't any, nnd the Old maxim, 'Tho battle is not always for the strong, or tbe race for the fleet,' got there ouce again, and showed tho gods pack away a lot -of reserve power sometime.-) in chaps tbat are lookel on as noodles, When the enraged female gets on the ...

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