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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo ser vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMAKTIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' V. J. Feathebbtone, Commander, Mate regular trips, carrying freight and pass^ngcre at lowest current rates Sailing On TUESDAY, JUNE 5, at 9 p.m. Hobart to Melbourne. The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne, nest sailing being ROTOMAfiANA. Oa TUESDAY, JUNE 12 Launceston to Mel ' bourne S.S. 'PATEBNA,' H. SAMS, Commander, MONDAY, JUNE 4, at 2 p.m. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, at 2 p.m. For New Zealand first Steamer : WAIRARAPA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company ran a regular monthly service from Sydney to San Francisco with the large and po...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVERNMENT HOUSE RUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

Government House Ructions. [B? SPKCIAI; CABLEOllAMMEE] Even a Oovcnoi's life Is not nil glorious sunshiue, nnd what between standing in his immensity on hollow bank?, taking a ra.yjs'e-dar.r.'c into the water after the trout that only witks at the bait, thus ge.ting a cold in his poor feet, and the everlasting privilege of greatness, troubles in the ser vants' hallf Jenico William Joseph Goiuiau ston is not the man by inches that arrived here last August. Things in the servants' hall Imve been in a rumpus for s -mc time past, nnd l-oth Thom.isanri Man* Ann declare that the 'grub 'is shocking, even woisj than during the Hamilton's rcigu. The Clippee heard through its 'Hooter' service that there was a ' goings on ' Ijcnualh the gaudy rag that braves a thousand breezes — including extra strong puffs from the sanitary depot, which reminds the inmates of Mib. Hamilton — Hooting fiom the slick which pokes up into the sky from the turret of the Vice-regal shanty, and immediately its inspir...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

What is it you want This cold winter, next to a good meal ? Why, do you want me to toll you ? One Pair of PLAISTER'S : GOOD WARM BLANKETS, Us. lid., 7s. lid., 8s. lid., 0s. lid., 10d. (id., 14 . Gd., and if you want a pair to keep a dozbii of you warm, have my 15s. (id. ones. They ;ire a load for any j»an to carry. Let tho suow lay six inches deep upon tho [ ground, you will think it's tho middle of summer when you wake up in the morning with one pair of tlioso Blankets aud a 4s. lid. Quilt. Though tho nohli; oIJ Muunt may bo covered with snow, And the wind whistling through the street, T'.it, wrapped up in one in tins city below, : You will find you'll sleep ivann, snug and sweet. Buy a pair, and obtain it for . 18s. 6d. A. E. Plaister. i THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, , 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, ' LLOYD'S BUrLDINGT, ONLY' ADDPiKSS SYDNEY' TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Men's Socks, fr-m 6d. a pair, best Merino Is.; Braces fi uiu Ud.; { Under Garments at a very low figure ; Iforiuo Unde...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

SPORT. [Bv thb Owl.] In justice to those connected with the favourite in the Esk Stakes at Longford last week an explanation is necessary from me. Through a mistake I made it appear that it was for Fletcher's riding of Ella that the stewards reprimanded him, whereas the caution he received was for his unsatisfactory riding of Lantern in the Steeplechase. The postponed meeting of the Tas m iniau Racing Club came off on Saturday Iflflt. in t.lia nrASMiAfi e\f a. ffl.ir A.t.rAndn.nfta Although the nominations were none too good most of the horses put in an appear ance which made good fields, the racing on the whole being first-class. Colonist was pounced upon as the good thing for the Maiden Hurdle, but after jumping well for a mile he completely shut up, leaving Fisherman to win us he liked. Pauline headed the list in tho betting quotations for the Winter Handicap, but tre state of tho ground spoilt whatever chance she had with the weight, and that fine strapping mare Mentress fought ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

I Mining Notes and Tips I [By Gnome.] I The grand result from the cnibliin^ iit the I Volunteer mine, Ins ag.iin drawn marked I attention to tlic value of the reefs at Lefroy. I West Volunteers have had a quick rise and I altogether tlic mines at Lefroy are in high I favor. I Tasmania* have risen on the Stock Kx I change to over .CG and have still au upward I tendency. The mine looks healthier than ever. [ Of course a ereat deal has been said about ? the Mt. rinxley (or ' lit. Hoixlcy ') mine ? during the past week, and those who are ? worldly-wise have been ?' panniug out1' at the ? n'diculoiiK premiums that have b-:en offered ? for shiires. Mr. Montgomery's leporl is so far ? fairly encouraging, and it is a matter ? for regret that his full and detailed report has B not yet been published for the mformition of ? the public. I As to the question of the so-called ? mountain of gold paying dividends it is ? quite clear to any man who exercises I common senae that unless a very large ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

? EXPLOSIVES. I The Inspector of Mines has been busy Idestroying ssmo 85 oases damaged, un Isouud ffrlog-ite. Surely the imaors run [enough risks without having to contend. I with an explosive in a highly dangerous [ state I am informed that some 600 cases of tbe same compound in the same infernal I condition was shipped from Melbourne to I South Australia recently, '?'- 'w vooobi Ka ?sailing one) only went into S.A. waters. Ebon put about ami came direct to Strahan Bvhere sho has arrived, but the condition of Ker cargo having leaked out, the wires were Eut in motion and -the authorities were Enade acquainted with the condition of her Cargo, the result being that she has been Edaced in quarantine, and the gelegmte will Krobably be at once destroyel Surely ?something ought to be dono to punish the Shippers of such death-dealing material.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ZEEHAN. MOUNT HUXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

Zeehan. [BY OUE SPECIAL REPORTER.] MOUNT KUXLEY. I was fortunate to meet tho well-known aud reliable mining expert, Mr. William Johnstone, of Hobart, who arrived here for a day after having prospected Mount Huxley on behalf of a capitalist and sup plied me with the f llowiug information for publication iu Tue Cltppbb, as he is of opinion that the correct value of the mount should bo widely kuown so as lo prevent any ajen coming to Tasmania or people investing money in shares' in tho Mouut nuxiey \^o. ine touowmg is tue verbatim report ho furnished me with:— 'I have prospucted Mouut Huxley (lust week), and found it nothing more or less than a poor prospecting show— nothing there to cause any one to put machinery on it. The mount has beon worked off and on for the list 10 years by good men who got no pay able gold. There are odd small loaders carrying good gold, but they are low and far between, and men at the best of times never made more than wages. I carefully prospected tunnel, tw...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THEATRICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

I THEATRICAL. I Messrs. Poley and Stacey having specially I engaged and brought over from Melbourne Bliss J -ssie Stacey, opened in the Academy ?of Music on Queen's IHrthnight, with that ?evergreen Irish drama ' The Shaughraun,' f to a crowded house, which showed its ap I provil of the genuineness of acting by tbe ? lieirty applause and othor marks of I approval, which were frequent. I D'Arcy and Eva Stanfields staged I '? Withered Ie ives,' and, as an after-pieco, I ' A Regular Fix,' with a grand music il melange, between the tiro pieces to a full i house, which by the frequent and well merited applause bestowed, s'jowed the artistes that their acting was appreciated. ; Miss Eva Clement's rendering of 'Don't i you believe it ' fairly brought down the I Iio'lUS, and she res^ivel a woll-de^rvai I encor.), as she always does whoa she ap pears. Mr. H. Marsh was in j* jod voica. Mr. J. D. Foley, who is leaving heie shortly, is to be tendered a farewell l-9uefit at which all his brother ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

? NOTES. ? Western.— The lode out in Mo. 5 level is Eroving .richer and larger than as last re Korbed. Splendid ore is being raised and Bent away. . ? North-Western.— The east drive from Bio shaft is i» about 25ft., the country Being rather hard which has been passed Bi rough, but the drive to the west being ?h rough f.iir country. About 30ft. from the ?l,o almfh lins been reached in this drivn. Kit 22ft. a leader 2in. was cut, containing tarbonites and galena, and a few feet further on another small leader of the pamo mat orial has again been passed [through. The manager informs me that [in less than two weeks' time he expects to reach the lodes, provided the country con tinues no harder. I Grubb's. — The concentrators at this mine having been erected, the contractors are busy adjusting and regulating the ma 1 chinery prior to their continuous running:. I The building and machinery appear to be lof a substantial and serviceable nature, and 9jRc genial mine manager informed mo that ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
JUSTICE FOR A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

JUSTICE FOR A BOY. Dear CLirppB,— A boj f rpin 4*e. floys Homo named Albeit Trinder was lately sentenced by Ibo Strahan oonrt to three months hard labor and is now in Hobart gaol. The charge on which ha was con victed was stealing a blanket of tre value of 7s. 6d., tbe informant being Dr. W. A. Harrison, the sworn owner of said blanket. It is believed by the men of No. 8 repair gang, Strahan aud Zeehan railway, whose length extends northwards past Dr. Har rison's farm, Grasmcre, and who have peculiar advantages for knowing that the blanket was bis own lawfully, acquired property. Trindnr was engaged by Dr. Harrison from tbe Boys' Home' He worked about three months, mostly under Mr. Norman Cbarpentier, who was in charge when he arrived, and then under a foreigner. Changes are very frequent at Grasmire, there having been five managers since about January. The foreigner and the boy came to a conclusion with the doctor together, and there on the spot as the boy was packing his few belon...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HUBBUB Each and every mortal hour it last, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. COUNTRY JUSTICE AND J.P.'S [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

HoiDEN Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in thiB nicmuor; the iufluite hubbub unslackeued. COUNTRY JUSTICE AND J.P'S. Of nil (he many evils from which Tasmania buffers, none causes more bitter heart burnings to its victims than ' Country Just icn.' The phrase slinks, and unlike that most laughable farce 'Irish Justice,' familiar (o every theatre goer, it covers a most ijrnesciine tragedy. Jn the city our law courts Mid police officials have a cluck put upon a rabid growth of the luct for victims oniug to the extra publicity given to i(s proceedings. Again, (hey is always controlled by the judicially trained man. In the country the law is administered by the landowners, tho J.P. is all power ful, and woe to the unfortunate ser vunt thai comes before this prejudiced and callous tribunal. His fate is as a rule decided upon before tlio case is heard. There is nothing gained by mincing malteis and overlooking the origin of these country Justices of tbe Peace. They are invariab...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POLITICAL SPOT STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

political spot Strokes. The Legislative Council on Tuesday, true to their instinct* treated the measure to give rcliuf to tho unemployed with scant courlcay. That prime Fat, yclept Gcllibraud, led off tho attack. To him it appeared of no importance that hundreds of people wore in clanger of starvation. It wasn't usual tor the Council to be met with important bu-incss somewhat unexpectedly aud they must not be hurried. Friday was time cuough. and to Friday the debate was adjourned. The fat men object to the principle that uovcmuicni bhouki srsux tuc unemployed with work. They prefer the English Charity poor lnwfi. Fat Man Grant, in speaking to adjourn ment of the unemployed bill, said, 'It seemed wrong and discourteous to members that take an interest in matters of tho colony that wo do not give them an oppor tunity to attend.' It does not reflect much credit on their intelligence and interest in the colony that they do not read tho daily papers. If they do read the papers, then they...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

Bin's imrik [Bv Mpmus.] &JM Dore Mr. Clipper,— A ^fl0] meanness is sweeping over pfcop|}l' Tnssy. Bill ses it's sickiiin;y*::||bc first on iis list-jijj the doii^gjtoR a cricket snow o|p K'ltigaroor'l^lrjt way. It.appeplthoycballiJW^la country crowd tt^pome andlijpTJjciit. When the strang^arovo tbByfwero ono ball whoppei^%ort, aofljiSy bor rowed tlio Iwiu of alVjiriret-. The Pointers not to bo beat got two Vic torians (0 give them a hand, and nil went well li'l banquet time. The Pointer attached to th'e visiting crew was moving homo when Ilia captftip said 'Slop to tho tucker contest old man,' and ; bo utopped. The . ten visitors and iho Poiuter help, the nine Pointers and their two Vic torian helps put away 60s. worth of grub, etc. They calculated that ten fives were fifty, so they pud 45s., and sent to tho Pointer on tbe visi tors' team for the odd five liob. How's that for high, umpire ? Tho next on the list is the doins of a cove that holds the reins in a trap running pa...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 June 1894

CLACKERY. ' But still hit tongue can on, And, with its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears npon the rack.' — Hudibbas. Attobney-Genekal Clark is ab;e to put up the champiou grin ; but P.irson Wool nough wipes everything clean out with his seraphic smile. THERE arc hundreds of men camped round Freemantle, I'cnhand Nortbam, waiting for rain or the last day or something else to turn up. All Foolgardians more or less cooled off. An exchange considers it a staggering Hobart's morning eye-opener spsut £1300 on a property. The days of the electrical tram cars are already numbered. In . London an elec trical parcels van is gliding round the streets. The cost is estimated at 2d. per mile. Open confession is good for the soul. Parson Wooluough admits that bells and organs are used by his profession to draw people together and obtain funds. Majob-Genebal Hichabdson, until two years ago commandant of the military forces in New South Wales, and now a State pensioner, is in an asylum for the in...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 June 1894

\Xf ANTING to CLEAR— Large quan'ti v-\y firewood. Clay Bros., Are detei mined to eel! cheap— Oak, Watt Gum, out to any length and delivered any part of Hobavt. COALS of all descri tion delivered promptly and cheap to ai address for Cash. CLAY BROS., 339 ELIZABETH-STREl ? Telephone 233. ? Fish Depot. T. RUSH, 139 Liverpool-street (opposite Roy Hotel). Best Tasmanian Fish always c hand. Fish forwarded to any address town or country. Agent for New Zoalax oysters. Families waited on for orders. ENTERPRISE and Printer's Ink go togethei p ATON & 0 'BRIEN COMMERCIAL PRINTERS. Artistic Printers. Cheap Printers. TEN per Cent. reduction for cash ? ? 11 work receives the personal super vision of the principals. We have made our name for the BEST CLASS OF PRINTING. Ball Programmes, Visiting Cabds, Circulabs, Etc. Address — ELDON CHAMBERS, 16 ELIZABETH-STREET, HOBART. YDNEY TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Cheap READY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits, All Wool, from 14s. Gd. TrooBen from 4s....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 June 1894

Mozart Concert 1 : ciub. :' A CONCERT will be given in the Council *\ Chambers, OLENORCHY, on WED- , NESDAT, 13th June, in aid of St. Paul's i Schoolroom. Commence at 8 sharp. Tickets 1 Is. and Od. 'Bub meets tram both ways. h-'ASMANIAN GOVERNMENT RAIL f 1 WATS, f CAMPBELL TOWN SHOW. (; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. Return Tickets at Single Faros will be issued to Campbell Town from all stations on the Main, Western, and Frugal Lines on TUESDAY, the 12th, and by morning trains on WEDNESDAY, June 13, avail able for the return journey until Thurs day, June 14. ? On SHOW D AYcheap day trip tickets will be issued by the 8 a.m. Express train from Hobart to Campall Town at 10s. first, 7s. 6d. second class, FEEDK. BACK, General Manager. QOUTHERN TASMAN1AN FOOTBALL O ASSOCIATION. THIS DAY, Saturday,' June 9th, 1891. CITY? V. EAILWAY. At Association Ground, Uisdon. Trains leave Hobart at 2.10 and Z.00 p m., returning from Kisdon at 4.10 and 4.60 p,m. Fares 3d return. Admission to Ground, Cd. P. MILSOM...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 June 1894

Cycling Notes. [By Scobchee.] ? The recent 24 hours race in Melbourne proved a great success. The winner turned up in G. Crisp, who did a grand perform ance in riding 401 miles in the allotted time, or au average pace of nearly 17 miles an hour. During tho trying journey he had only three dismounts, and these of very short duration. The second man, Beeson, was 18 mile's behind, whilst Broadbent ('i.hirdl a few miles behind Beeson. The English record for the Sit houre is 426 miles, held by Shorland. There is some talk in Melbourne of sending Crisp home to meet the English champion. 1 A road race of 16 miles was to have been run last Saturday, but owing to the bad weather had to be postponed. The course is from Cooley's Hotel to Bridgewater and back. The T.C.C. seem to be waking up a bit now The T.C.C. have issued a challenge to the Lauuccston Club to a race of 50 miles on any road they like. With suoh men ae T. Uallani, C. Hallain, Bennison, Mayes, Bailey, and Orme, it looks a soft t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 June 1894

FftffeifimK [?] -just as I e*r-.eote4., v. . r ? . . : ? , The reduction in tup Slakes has not .made ; mo atohv of :dilferenoe to owners of horses, md they «re Just bs ready to rase for tl6000as JE10,000, W:the^nvaimb£ get rhn niaionty of tho sweep money laid them k,\ nothing, Wniuuie uu in»» ouiu. f Included in the list for the Melbourne ' Lp are ell the best hprsjjsfrom the, diffe-, rent colonies, the elder division being rer nresentod by such horses as Portsea, Paris, Oxide, Malvolio, ;Stornohaser, Jeweller, Cremorne j the three-year-olds by Carnpge, Patron. Light Artillery, and Loyalty, while we find the young ones include Dream land Cobbity, Bonnie Scotland, Moorite, and 'several others top aiuruerous to meu tion New ZealandiB represented by suoh craokBivs FirM^hotjlnd Bpe JBeld(,*ttt» tun sorry sjfojta^ entered from our; little OoW. J&opejsor, J haai? arfco(fl Ljoouul' of our representative Verax, and frfhn fconjf JiaV.MBPodae life brother his owner wiU^iftve M-- pause...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political Spot Strokes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 June 1894

Political Spot Strokes. As Good as Gold : Home industries. A Fishy Affair : The tariff. There's one comfort : The new loader of the Oppoistion is not a babbler. Dobson is though. Worse luck ! A Cap to fit the Premier : or a Premier to fit the Cap : A sneer is not strength, Three Champions of Wind : Hartno!l, Bourkc, aud Best. All Oppositionists. Muin i the word : The Opposition goat Billy Hartuo'.l is the man that has made a mess of things at Delorainc. A Big Crushing: Report from Mt. Gomery. Champion Twigglor and Win ler : Wool nougb. Ifuckcry booming causes swear : Mt. Hoaxlev, A Bomb in the Mines : Urquhart'e select committee. Hest. the elect of Deloraine vice Cameron defeated, but not resigned, is a butcher and a lofal preacher. His voice is well pitched cither to damn sinner? or bullocks. Labor member McDonald's parliamentary motto : Many a good man has gone wrong through drink. I'll have none of it. ,The Champion Lie; The MiiBCURv'd 'special's ' report on Mt. Hoaxley. The Engi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Football Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 June 1894

Football Flashes. The first Senior match of tho present season opens this afternoon between the City and Railway clubs. After the trouble of last year, when the game, as far as the senior clubs were concerned, was nearly snuffed out, it is pleasant to reflect upon the happy termination of its troubles, and it is to be hoped that the mistakes of the past will act as a beacon to direct them away from quicksands in the future. Both teams have been strengthened ; the liauway lias had some splendid additions ;-i its ranks in the shape of several new nembers of famous powers, and the City las a couple of importations from across ,he water. As a rule our own players have ?eceived favours at the hands of Vic ioriaus when they have transferred their Lttentiou to football in that colony, and lave given remarkably good accounts of :hemselves. It remains to be seeu if the lew arrivals will come up to expectations. City supporters are confident of taking :he cake agaiu, while the Railway club de...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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