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BLACK DINGO CHAPTER XVII: (CONTINUED), THE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

3LAit^:-l-i|(fO0. [Br iJ. J. Shbbioan.] CHAPTER XVII: (OoimKtmb).' : TnE Escatg: It was a sad exhibition' of t|ie in consistency of unman mture, that under the roof built to the glory oli the grandest failure bntnatiity ever witnessed, the Messiah, whom the Jewish mob expected to aoDear trlit teriug in jewels and robed in thuuder; the Christ who initiated his reign through pain, and laid the foundation of hie kingdom in shame' and -agony ; who by defeat and death couqpered a world-wide empire tbat shall en dure until Time is 'spent and for gotten. It was sad, that under (hat sacred roof, hallowed by tra ditions of : sweetneBs and suffering, the malignant tongue of envious mediocrity should chastise the help leas, should add to the pangs of the stricken. . , The thoughtful mother - . was smrouuded by a ? grodp of women, who tried to impress on her (.be fact that it was owing ? — in their opinion— :tp her foUy- 'and Mary's insane ambhton that 3bingo had been able to pass himself off a...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Taking Lives. A SAVAGE ENCOUNTER. LIFE ASSURANCE AGENTS HAVE A LIVELY GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

Taking Lives, A SAVAGE ENCOUNTER. MFE ASSURANCE AGENTS HAVE A LIVELY GO. One swallow docs not make a summer ; but two life assurance agents can make things warm. Such has been the experience of Campania folk during the last week. One of these angels of death arrived at the Camp last Tuesday week and having got ten victims I) .rtly stretched, felt considerably elated and Host White congratulated him self on having a congenial companion iu his visitor — a man after his own heart, at peace and in love with the world. Two days after another angel put in his appearance and immediately thiugs commenced to hum. The onlookers were unable to makeup thjir minds as to who was Michael and whom Beelzebub, and tvere therefore unable to gauge the Btrcngth of the rivals lighting capabilities ami very little money changed hands. The tiivt comer was favorite, being sturdy au.t thick. These advantages were, however, considerably dircoantcd, for the second man, who must have been Beelzebub, was able to...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

ffi®MuArE&Co'6 PURE INDIAN CHINAS CEYLON TEAS \J.::.::J:;:'v^-^ROC0RA&iJE 'v.; . .??'???

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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ROYALTIES FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

ROYALTIES FOR AUSTRALIA. The colonies arc to lie put to the expense of giving tho Duko and Duchess uf York ,i gay jamberou. Sydney society lias been unoflicially apprised, probably through the agency of Carriugton correspondence, with the oii'rlv acceptance of tho so-called Aus tralian invite, nnd the royal pair are ox poeted to arrivo in November, in ono of tho fiuost liuo-ol'-battle ships in the British navy, escorted by six first-class cruisers of the Crescent type. Aiuontr tho military aud naval officers who will pro bably accompany His Royal Highness are Major-General Sir Francis de Winton, U.C.M.G., C.B., and Lieut. Sir C. J. Oust, R.N. From Sydney the squadron will prnowd to Melbourne and Adelaide prior to its departure for England.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

TITfAOTTNG to OLEA.R— Large quatttitv D°RY FIBEWOOD. : ;. Clay Bros., Are determined \o sell cheap— Oak, Wattle Gum, cut to any length and delivered in an;r part of Hobart. COALS of aUdesorip tion delivered promptly and cheap to any adUress for Cash. CLAY: BROS., 889 ELIZABETH-STREET ' ? Telephone 283. ' Fish Depot. T. EU6H, 139 Liverpool-street- (opposite ' Royal Hotel). Best Tasnianian Fish always on hand. Fish forwarded to any address town or country. Agent for New Zealand oysters. ;: ? Families waited on for orders. T 0 O K A~T T H I S. , J. Mulrennan ! begs to remind the public that his address ' is at 162 LIVERPOOL-ST, (next door to 1 Mr. Haddock's butcher -shop), where he has a huge assortment of BOOTS ' on hand, which will be sold at the I LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. 1 All Boots bought from me can be guaranteed, as they are made on the premises, on wooden lasts, and not rivets used. ENTERPRISE and Printer's Ink go together. pATON & O'BRIEN COMMERCIAL PRINTERS. Artistic P...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

What is it you want This cold winter, next tea good meal? Why, do you waut me to tell you ? One Pair of PLAISTER'S GOOD WARM HLANKETS, Gs. lid., 7s. lid., 8s. lid., 9s. lid., 10s. Gd., 11:. Gd., and if you want a pair to keep a dozon ot you warm, have my 15s. Gd. ones. They are a load for any man to carry. Let the snow lay six inches deep upon tbo ' ground, you will think it's the middle of summer when you wake up in tbe morning with ono pair of those Blankets aud a 4s. lid. Quilt. Though the noble old Mount may be covered with snow, And the wind whistling through the I street, Yet, wrapped up in one in this city below, You will find you'll sleep warm, snug and sweot. : Buy a pair, aud obtain it for 15s. 6d. A. E. Plaister. THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, \ 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, ' LLOYD'S BUILDING, ONLY ADDRESS. The Great Sale ! OP 1894 ROBERT COLDSTREAM intends clearing out the whole of bis tremendous stock of DRAPERY & CLOTHING AT BIG REDUCTIONS. All Goods Marked iu Phin Figure?. ! EV...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

T'O LET, 4 and 5 room Cottages, Quayle 1 street ; 9s. & 10s. Chesterman, Wharf WANTED KNOWN— Cheap Boots and Shoes at the Tramway Boot Shop, 212 EUzabeth-st. ? -tr™— FOR Cheap Boots try Turner's City Boo Mart, 101 Elizabeth street. WBAEEEN, Hairdresser (late with . D. Griffiths), 07 Macquarie-street, Broad's * A BARGAIN. New Treadle Sewing Ma chine, with cover, £3 10s. Apply P. G. Gray, 40 Murray-street. ? HORSES to Run. Good Feed aud Shelter ; close to city. . Shilling per week. Keen and Co., Watchmaker. ? nPO LET, House, Henry-street, 6 rooms ; i- balcony and garden, no taxes. 8s. week. Key next door. ? 1CYCLE FOR SALK. Cushion tyrod. . Cheap. Apt»ly -?tili'i'EU ofljoe.j ? ^ DRAPERS AND GROCERS' .ASSIS- TANTS' ASSOCIATION. ; ExpurVfpn By Train, to the GLENORA HORTICULTURAL SHOW, MAT 24th (Queen's Birthday). ? FARES—1 ; ONE SHILLINQ RETURN. ONE SHILLING RETURN. ONE SHILLING RETURN. Proceeds over expenses will be given to the BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. Train leaves Hobavt at 10.10 ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

Tho pLtr*»P is puMiatol every BatuWby morn lug. _ ? . ; . TUcptlpfEK is thoroughly iudepeudont. It is liledgoa t-S no party. . Tlio OLtPPEB has for its object the dissemiu&tion of hones tpoHtioul thought. The CLipfKn'oftteri'to supply racy aud useful In tonuitlou. Advortisem»nts are iueertod at moderate rates. Special/term* (or eonteact ndvertiseui^Dts, i Tlie CfcirPEB is the tnost popular and widely circulated paper in Hobart, It circulfttes right throujfUlhelilimd. It it therefore a most valuable advortislnjmedium. CoutrtbBtiQiip invltel. All optmunulcatioas to be addressed to the Edltur.orTlie Cliftob, IBEUjjabethStiwt, Hobart. SuDScnnndns': 2s. iier half-year, payable in ml yauoe. Couutry subscribers may forward payment iu (stamps or ji jstal notes. AGENCIES. We ai-o opouiug up Agencies for the Sale of The Clipper iu all couutry towns. Our subscribers will oblige by uotifyiujr to j}w proprietors eligible people or flrmsini»wnsn1ns in which an nganey Iiofl uot been alread...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

6LA6KERY. ' But still his tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clack, 6et all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hudibbas. 1 ittle 1'EKAK produces a third o£ the world's tin. The last report of the A.M.I'. Society is a plain business like statement, and that is how business is built up. Only fools and the poor suffer from cold. The furs of the Princess of Wales, worn iu winter, are valued at £12,000. Bicycle races by fat women in silk tights are supplying Chicago with the aesthetic stimulus. The banks are supposed to be the ser vants of tho people ; but the people are the bankers' slaves. Sie Daniel Cooper draws X80,000 per annum iu rents from the Sydney workers. 'Golly,' said the negro, 'God don't charge no rent for this erf. I guess there's stealin' somewhere.' Bellerive to the fore in the march of democracy. ' Chawley ' takes his stand with the highest shining lights of culture and refinement. Victoria is bringing in an income tax bill, providing for graduation. A higher amount is a...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CHARLES ARNOLD IN TROUBLE. HIS BOW-WOWS RUN IN. HE NEARLY SHARES THE FATE THROUGH INSULTING A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

Charles Arnold in Trouble. HIS BOW-WOWS RUN IN. HE NEARLY SHARES THE SAMB'l'ATE THROUGH INSULTING A CON STABLE. Charles Arnold, alias Huiis tbe Boatman, got himself iuto serione trouble during his short sojourn in our city. On Wednesday evening Constable Charles Beavis was placed on duty at the Theatre Royal end during the coarse of the evening had occasion to remove two or three urchins from the dress circle entrance. Whilst iu the performance of tbiB duty he was accosted by Mr. Arnold who in vulgar tones exclaimed 'Officer, re move these boyH.' The constable politely informed Hans that he was doing his best which brought forth a choice retort. Before the astonished policeman cmld recover himself Arnold sought the security of hie office. Ben vis reported the occur rence to Mr. Pedder, who immedi ately issued a summons agaiust the offender which was made returnable yesterday. In the meanwhile Arnold interviewed the Mayor and alleged tbat the police man was druuk, which state ment wa...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

I Union Line of I steamers. Hriie Liigcst nud Best Appointed Fleet of V Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. I The Magnificent Steamers of this Line ?naintain regular passenger and cargo ssr ?rices between rasmimia, New Zealand, and RUstraliisian ports, with Branch Lines to ?'iji and the South Sea Islands. ? PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES : ?Hobart to Sydney W THE S.S. 'OONAH,' I \V. J. 1'EATHEESTONE, Commander, ?lakes regular trips, carrying freight and Hi nassfngers at lowest current rates ? First Hailing : ? TUESDAY, MAY 22, at 9 p.m. Hobart to ? Melbourne ? The splendid intercolonial steamers on the BvTcw Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart, Hu route to Melbourne. First Sailing: ? TAftAWERA, ? TUESDAY, MAY 22. ?^.aunceston to Mel | bourne I S.S. 'PATEENA,' I H. Sams, Commander, I MONDAY, MAY 21, 2 p.m. I THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2 p.m. ?For New Zealand I First Steamer : I MANAPOURI, I THUBSDAY, MAY 24. 1 The company in conjunction with the Ipccauic Company run a regular monthly ?ervice ...

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A PLAIN, UNVARNISHED ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

i''PLAIN, UNVARNISHED ACCOUNT. The fire broke out shortly after 8 o'clock. The buildiug being constructed of weather boards and occupied by the owner, Mr. Walters, who first discovered tho lire as lie was returning home. Ho called out for holp, which was soon responded to by tho neighbors. rJ'l o wind was blowing hard from the north-west and the flames spread rapidly. Mrs. Walters, who was ill in bed, was quickly and quietly removed to a neighbor's house. Good work was then done in saving an American organ, pic tures, and other articles from the front room. Tho heat then forced the party to leave the building, aud no sooner had they done ho than the roof fell in. At this stage (tho Mebcuey gives credit to the firemen for saving furniture, etc.,) the firamen arrived on the scene, and headod by the characteristic amateur fireman, George Rex, the work of destruction was considerably forwarded. The brigade started to pull down the vorandah poles by means of a long rope, scrambling over ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE FIRE FIENDS AT MOUNT STUART ROAD. DESTRUCTIVE FIREMEN AND PENNY INKSLINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

The Fire Fiends AT MOUNT STUART ROAD. DESTRUCTIVE FIREMEN AND PENNY 1NKSLINGERS. The Clipper has unbounded admiration for its daily contemporaries, the morning one in particular, it is such a cheap eye opener and piok-me-up. It is a hinsticoo tion as should be supported by all ' right thinkine' members of the comraunitv. Give it to the children. Its columns are as truth-loving as George Washington and it cultivates the imagination. On Friday night week a fire broke out at Mount Stuart road, and of course the Mer cury worked up tho alleged details i'l its usual way. Ouly recently it iillod a column of its valuable (?) space in striving lo be funny over a Bollerivo drunk ; but on this occasion no such waste effort was indulged in, but every line was replete with striking interest. ' 1'ho iire-bell rang out,' ' conflagration,' ' a great red glare shot up,' ' lurid light.' These are n few of the brain crazing expletive imageries bristling from its paragraph. Then it told a num ber of ' ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE ORPHEUS CLUB'S OFFERTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

THE ORPHEUS CLUB'S OFFERTORY. [Bv Snivelleb.] This association once more trundled out its members before the public gaze in the Town Hall on Monday evening last. The audience was thin, very thin — evidently taking no interest in Lovett's church, Port Cygnot. A remarkable characteristic of this club is its readiness at all times to assist in any cause requiring monetary aid, no matter whether it bo a church in need of a new roof, nisle, chancel aud steeple, or a gigantic orphanage to be erected, supplies of under shirts and celluloid collars for the natives of the old Hebrides, thin oatmeal mid cold cabbage for tho hungry unemployed, no one is treated to a deaf oar and this charit able disposition has tightened tho cords which bind its members to the community at large. The performance was, as usual, under the conductorship of Mr. W. O. Elthani. It is worthy of comment that the club went through the programme in the hear ing df $ie 87, as they would have done were tbeW 0900 p-eBe»V T...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

Boxing. There was a mill on Monday evening ai Harry Pearce's Athletic Club when Hens low undertook to stop Bealey in six rounds. The latter was at a disadvantage in every respect, and must have been sent out in four rounds but for his cunning in taking lus ten seconds on the slightest provoca tion. By this means he lasted out the stipulated number of rounds, although he was severely handled. Jack Evans refereed as usual. There were two preliminary sciaps between ivell-known lads, which were duly appreciated by those present. Jerry Marshall is in Chicago. Boxing is at a Iott ebb in New York. Scrappers get 12s. Gd. for boxing four rounds, 4s. of which goes to the loser. Bob Fitzsimtnons will meet any man in the world, barring Peter Jackson. Henry Perry has challenged any 9st. hid in Australia. A Ballarat boy has accepted. For his first fight in the States Jerry Marshall realised the munificent sum of £5. Harry Miller is matched with a Brighton lad, who bears the reputation of being a ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

iilGluTWuflPS [«3t GffOJJJC.] njJGfip^e who attended^be meeting at the Vajl||a8ons' Hall on. Ituraday morning halls opportunity otjilening to etate mfmi-0 wiW aPd 'iip™ s0 bold that mjjj W -egan to wondo-;« ' their ears were d® ililng them or if jtjiwwrere only being pkj i I with. The Sfemonfcs made mav WMmSi and if bo TimSfy. has Been n V^-W^tng b8^*WHflpfi|f over tl colony. For ell that it was a sight make the gods wonder to witness tl eagerness of so-called level-headed men take up shares on evidence that und ordinary circumstances would not teinj ^ourloualinKestora toi'iekji eingU3_4KBU note. But the ' golden chariot ' style business did. the trick, and 100 ^shares 1 £26 each have been subscribed for in a pr poBftl, under -which the ]-romoteraget a ni- little sum of XIO.000 cash and a two-thin interest in tha mine U! If the deluge do not come after that meeting, then Tasman has more to dread iu the future from fi than from flood. The original Huxlc section, it is said, on the 'v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

El'sIItioW rBv.MWl Dere Jf--.J3jipW--,— In tbi'^uneir county ^^ ODnffiH wobbly course waaienacted ^gramei in tw&aol*, entitle! ' Soft GpftPs up a dm Trec-lfcpo thisnAj^f its tlierdii|ss was tjrosly : Two IpRftoods montireht out fiprAUtroll. jUofe wob a na^pbpt a q}$\gtifyto J*|||o%us largo of bone and heavy of flesh ; his fair liair gleamed with tho oil of con tentment, and his flesh oozed with good living. The Scot praised his ain country, and evolved a Btiinjr of rfimbimg sonnas tiiafclio said resem bled the slofjnn of tho Heiland cattle on tho fight. The heavyweight didn't fleom io tnow that tho tower T-f ' B+bcl episode, didn't apply to coivp, and that tho bovine latiguago i-- s'ill universal ; but, alas, my country ! he was soon to have that fact impressed ou him. A herd of enraged cattle rushed round the corner of a little hill, and charged on the Boft, goods lino in fine fitylo. One old steer led the charge, but the enemy wns in full retreat. They turned tail, in the ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

FOOTBALL NOTES. TBt EnoK.1 City journeyed to Brighton on Saturday, and put the local men through by 3 goals to 1. Last Saturday was extremely unpleasant foi football, and as the time approached for the match between Carlton and Fiteroy, which took place on the Upper Cricket Ground, there was a steady fall of rain. However, that did not prevent the public from attending in large numbers, and they were rewarded by seeing a good game. In the first quarter, Carlton, who were most fancied, scored 2 behinds to ni', and at half -time the scores were— Carlton 2.4, Fitzroy 1.4. Tho last half of the game was very evenly contested, although Fitz roy had slightly the best of the hitter part, having bad luck with it. When the bell rang at the final stage the scores wore— Carlton 3.7, Fitzroy 1.11. Chapman was a satisfactory field umpire, Messrs. P. Lovett and C. A. Goddard officiating at the goals. North Hobart met Glenorchy at Glen orchy, and conquered the local team by 2 goals to «i7. One of t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

SPORTS MEHT8 n DOME. Mav 2i— TasmBJiiMi Baomgfllttb. jfoy 21,-Longfor^Bftoing OluT). The owner of Aoushla has done a very mae thing in putting that mare into har ness Onoe; f toftyrn rogue i^ |b utterly uaeless tf T*dn Item, mTJm wry day vou have' your money «n they are not in the humour to gallop a yara. .:..* The T&smftnum , ateepleijhase , horse Eevptian was sold in Sydney the other $i-tr''jm- ^ ?'.'?„ Xhp Standisb IJandicap winner, Parrft- . matte, is still suffering from injuries ae,-. ceired while in transit from Melbourne to the A. J.C. autumn meeting. The weights for the Long-ford Queen's Birthday meeting made their appearance on Monday last, and with one or two ex ceptions I think the adjustment a reason able one. -Jlen Isle has caught it pretty hot in the Hurdle Eaoe, and Kangaroo II. v,-m cone ud on the. list after getting beaten at Elwiok, while Kimberley has been let in with lOsfc. 01b. — a very nice weight indeed for such a strong horse, and I will name hiin as...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Mt. Huxley Gold. AN OVER-PUFFED FIELD. THE BUBBLE IS BURST BY ITS OWN WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

Mt. Huxley Gold. AN OVKR-PUFFED FIELD. THE BUBBLE IS BURST BY ITS OWN WIND. Since Wednesday the city has been crazed with rumors of tho discovery ; of a mooutaiu of gold, culminating in a furore us the result ,of the pro moter (Mr. Samuel) delivering him self at a meeting called for that purpose, and which is noticed by ' Gnome'' iu onr mining co|nmu. Only 100 shares of £'25 each were offered to Tasmanians, and those only for the1 most unique reasons — as a national compliment to the people — for fevr that if turned out us rich ne was anticipated there might be a desire ou tho part of some people to buy and take it from the holders. These shares were rushed at by Ministers of the Crown, members of Parliament, and others who were able to write cheques straight out to the amount required. On Friday morniug the Zeehun mail arrived, and it was expected that some confirmation from outside sources would be received. Our re presentative's notes came to hand and contained not a lino of refe...

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