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MOTHS. YE CANNOT SERVE GOD AND MAMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Moths. YE CANNOT SERVE GOD AND MAMMON. A very practical verification of the above truism was witnessed in a Huon pulpit a few Sunday evenings ago. A clergyman whose zeal for gathering souls into the Kingdom of Christ lias largely given way to a zeal for collecting ugly looking grubs and peculiar moths and butterflies was holding forth on a favorite Scriptural topic. '? Watch and pray that ye enter not into temptation/' And the preacher went on to point out the different ways the tempter had to allure our thoughts away from spiritual matters. ' To one the tempter comes in this form, to another in that, anil always hits hardest at our weakest point.'' Alas, how much easier it is to prescribe, than to follow the prescription. Through the open door a large moth of beautiful color flew in, and after buzzing around the lamp for a few minutes flew down iuto the minister's Bible. For a moment or two the preacher became oblivious of every body and everything in the room, savp that moth. Like...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Ill I AlT Jf ale, I DCrCHER, 164 MACQUARIE-ST 'I ?L» returns thanks to his numerous ? 1 customers and friends for the kind support '', I he ha; received from them since he took I over the business lately carried on bv I THOS. AMOTT. ' I By keeping always a good and large I stock of 1 PRIME MEAT I he trusts to receive a continuance of their I patronage* : I THE I SEWING MACHINES, I -6 4- 1 Liverpool Street I A USTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT I A SOCIETY. I The Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assurance Society of Australasia, and the ? only one in Tasmania that Divides its J PROFITS EVERY YEAR. 4 Bonuses vest after policies have been qj in force for two years. Claims paid imine- I diately on proof of death and title. -| Local Directors — The Hon. -P. O. Fysh, J M.L.C.; the Hon.W Crosby, M.L.C.; E. 0. I Giblin, Esq., M.Dj ard Thomas Lewis, Esq 1 FREDK. J. JACOBS, I Res. Secretary. 1 Office— Elizabeth and Collins streets 1 Hobart. ? 1 Piccadilly Cafe. 1 T ROBERTS AND CO. I Beg to inform thei...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Mock Trial. MILITARY SCANDALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

A Mock trial. MILITARY SCANDALS. A regimental court ot inquiry Mas open held on the conduct of Sergeant JeftWy for assault ing one of the corporals of B Company in t be refreshment room at the Birthday ball, held in the Military Barracks on May 24th. The evidence proved that the 'assault was inex cusable. 1» appears that an order had been issued that none but Sergeants were to be admitted to the refreshment room until a certain hour. Evidently tlm officers were nfraicl m'tlipr i if the morale of their men. or thought that the serg'-ants were more imper vious to the seductive tangle foot of Bacchus. On the invitation of. Scrguuut Tracers, the corporal adjourned tu have ' one ' when (lie ofliciousuess of Sergeant Jeffery appeared to have culminated in a disgraceful scene. After evidence had been taken the major withheld the report stating as a reason, thai if it were sent to flic C.'uminaiiilaut both men would loose (heir stripes. So muoh for the future diseiplineof the corps when suc...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

'IX?S8W$t3f'TO C1/EA.R— litoge quantity DRk FIREWOOD. ^ Ciay Bros., Are detei mined to sell cheap— Oak, Wattle Gum, cut to any length and deliversd 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 233. ? Fish Depot. T. BUSH, 139 Liverpool-street (opposite Boyal Hotel). Best Tasmanian Fish always on hand. Pish forwarded to any address — town or country. Agent for New Zealand ? .'*' - oysters. Families waited on for orders. YDNEY TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Cheap READY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits, All Wool, from 14s. 6d. Trousers from 4e. lid. a pair ; beat quality, 8s. lid. Trousers and Vest from 12s. 6d. 94S~ Worth your while to pay us a visit. 1'HE ECLIPSE TAILORING CO. 96 ELIZABETH STREET, J. L. SAULT, Manageb. Moderate Charges. First-Class Workmanship. All Customers Pleased. The Cut and Fit of all Goods turned out of our establishment will satisfy the require I ments of the mo...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

\ ' NOTICE*. ! The Clipper is p«WiBhod every Saturday morn ''£? !''? 1 The Clipfmi b thoroughly iudopoudeut. It is fledged to nfegixfc. [ The CLiprEkliMlqrits objootthe dissemination ff honest politic*! thought. I The Clippee caters to ?uppJyiMy aud useful iu 1 srmation. ,! AdvortisomenUwe inserted at moderate rates. d Speoial termsfor Contract odvertieeiuoute. \ The Clipper 1b the most popular and widely liirculated iiararin Hobart. It circulates right j'hrougb the ifwML It is therefor** most valuable ; dvertisiug 'ijpflfltri. i Contribut|6n» invltod. ; All coinnmnjfltflone to be addreseod to the ; iditor of tbfiiQMppjsp.iaElitftbeaietreet, Hobart. (, SubBcnpHonlR^s.'per lialf.year, payable tn ad i: -auce. Country subscribers may forward payment : i stampB or poBtal notes. AGENCIES. We are opening up Ageucie for the Sale of The Clipper iu all country towns. Our subscribers will '. )blire by uotifyiag to the proprietors eligible reople' T-f firms in townshtoB in which an agency 1 ms...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

P g^AB BOX T, ^^^'E^HSJH^^H^SJeBHS^HJHB By Special Appointment, to His Excellency 3HjffijjHHHRJ§^HH9ffil|§ VISCOUNT GOBMANSTON. ^llS':'1'I^BlijrSflll-lr!1l!l3«lSM5lilJt ? - ']^y°.jli|| 'Ssaa ffito flj^lf fli|l '''''' ?'-''?'^T' ' ? ~- ? ? ^HHHHB^^^^^^^^H9fe l'AUTICULAS ATTTRTION ^^H^^^^^^^^B PAID TO 9HflpHHBH^^HHB|HHBBGr In all its branches. 7* MURRAY STREET, HOBART* QOUTHEBN TASMANIAN FOOTBALL O ASSOCIATION. THIS DAY, Saturday, June 16th, 189*. j RAILWAY V. KINGSTON. j At Association Ground, EiBdon. Trains leave Hobart at 2.10 and 2.60 p.m., returning from Eisdon at 4.10 and 4.60 p.m. Fores 3d return. Admission to Ground, 6d. I Afternoon Tea can beoblained at Pavilion. F. MILSOM, Secretary. tfOOTBALL AT UPPER CRICKET r GROUND. HOBART V. UNION JACK. THIS DAY (Saturday). Play to commence at 2.f-0 p.m. sharp. Admission, f5d. Ladies' Pavilion, Cd. extoa. ERNEST O. WILLIAMS Hon. Sec. OUNDAY AFTEHNOON. BOTANICAL GARDENS. CITY BAND. CITY BAND. CITY BAND. GBANU CONCERT, i Under the New Con...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION). grandTottery Sanctioned by Special Act of Parliament of Tasmania, 57 Vic No 2 1898 and by SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT with the Bank's Trustees conducted by O ADAMS, Esq. (TATTERSALL'S), as SOLE AGKNT. Hon. Q P. Fitzgeeald 1 T Messrs. DoBso.f, Mitchell, & Allpobt, Hon. William Haet f 'w™*- Hobart Solicitors for Trustees. ? TOTAL VALUE OF PRIZES ^_____ I £300,000 I IN 300,000 SHARES OF I £1 EACH I FIRST PRIZE Magnificent Corner Property in centre of City of Hobart, rental value £1160 per annum, together with Well-assorted Stock of Wholesale Chemist and Druggist, recently valued at £91)81. The Trustees guarantee to deliver to the Winner Stock to this value, or to make up any deficiency in Cash— Total value, £26,000. SUMMARY OF PH17JCS Fii-st Prize valued at £20,000 Second ., „ 22,500 Third „ „ 12,000 Fourth „ „ 10,500 Fifth „ „ !),5U0 Two ,. „ 8,000 each One „ „ 0,500 One „ „ 6,300 Three „ „ 0,000 each One „ „ 5,000 One „ „ 4,200 Two...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Union tine of Steamers. The Largest aud Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Liue 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 TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. 3. Fbathbrstonb, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passpugcrs at lowest current rates. Kext sailing On SATURDAY, JUNE 16, at 9 p.m. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the Sew Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. jn route to Melbourne, next sailing being TALUNE, On TUESDAY, JUNE 19. Launceston to Mel bourne S.S. 'PATEENA,' H. SAMS, Commander, MONDAY, JUNE 18, at 2 p.m. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, at 2 p.m. For New Zealand First Btcamer : ROTOMAHANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company run a Tegular monthly service -from Sydney to San Francisco with the large ...

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Another Defaulter MAKES OFF WITH £450. TO THE LAND OF THE STARS AND STRIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Another Defaulter MAKES OFF WITH £450. TO THE LAND OF THE STARS AND STRIPES. Edwin J. Jacobs, a nomewhat prominent figure in church matters at Bellerive, and a saint of the most pseudo pious descrip tion, has furnished the sensation of the week. Jacobs was secretary to the Tbb manian Executors and Permanent Trus tees Association, and as far back as May 11 on the plea of a holiday adjourned to Sydney, and so successfully did he manage to dupe hie employers that an investiga tion showed that he had made off to the DKu.es wim toe proceeds or tne sale ot a Treasury bill amounting to £450. Jacobs, who was secretary to the Bellerive Town Board, obtained a month's leave of absence to proceed to Sydney for the holiday, but he failed to acquaint Mr. Crouch, who is chairman of the Trustees Association, of this, and that gentleman was naturally very wioth with Jaco's, aud intended to 'have it out' with him upon his return, he being due here on Saturday last. As Jacobs did not turn up there was...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

What is it you want This cold winter, next to a good meal? Why do you want me to tell you 't One Pair PLAISTER'S : GOOD WARM BLANKETS, 6s. lid., 7s. lid., 8s. lid., 9s. lid., 10s. 6d, 14 . Gd., and if you wont a pair to keep n. dozen oi you warm, have my 15s. 6d. ones. They are a load for any man to carry. Let the snow lay six inches deep upon the ground, you will think it's the middle of summer when you wake up in the morning with one pair of those Blankets and a 4s. lid. Quilt. Though the noblo old Mount may be ': corered with snow, . And the wind whistling throi^_ the street, Yet, wrapped up in one in this city below, You will find you'll Bleep warm, Bnug and sweet. Buy a pair, and obtain it for 16s. 6d. A. E. Plaister. i THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, , 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, ' LLOYD'S BUILDING, ONLY ADDRESS. SYDNEY TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Men's Socks, from 6d. a pair, best Merino Is.; Braces from 6d.; | Under Garments at a very low figure ; Merino Under Pants aud Shirts, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

i^OBNEB ABGTLE-ST., WHARF. '?pUIS hotel is replete with everything *?' necessary for the comfort and accom modation of Boarders. Best brands of Alos, Wines, and Spirits always on baud, A bail la solicited f rm ail old friends. - . r'- A. J. TALBOT, Proprietor. Star Baking Coy. , ? -., WAJJIGYLB-STEEET. BUPEBtOR WHITE BREAD, ?' Free from Adulteration. Wheaten Meal Bread a speciality. Delivered in all parts of the town daily. __^ ? JOHff SHIBLET, Manager. QUSIHBSS NpTJCK, C. D. Haywood Desires to inform the public of Hobart that he has opened a Branch Retail Establishment Next to Messrs. Burn & oon's Auction Mart where he intends to supply PASTRY and CONFECTIONERY of the very best description, and trusts to ? merit the support of the public. CONTINUED SUCCESS of the CLOSING-UP SALE of CLOTHING, MEECEEY. HATS, &c., at No. 7 MUEBAY-STEEET (opposite Parliament House). Positively Belinquishing Business. Crowds served daily. Still we have a large, clean, and well-assorted S...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. Fruit.— Bjduey—SPM-tB. to 4s. 6d., FC 4s. to 4a liil APM 4s., NP years (is. Brislmue-Mavlict fni'proTing. Apples from is- to 5s. New Zealand — K ? rkets of mi iuiproTed nnture. Apples fiom 7s fid to8s. lVarsjnflfcmond. Holiurt-rAl-plPS fi'oiulB.M. to is. 83., eggs Is. 3d., fiteh butter lrf., pbtatoi'6 I'll 5s.

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Mining Notes and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Mining Notes and Tips :. [Br Gnomk.] *' TrSdaysBvaning's meeting of t}ie Queen Co. must have been an object lesson to the shareholders. The mining manager and one of thedtoectors giving tbelie&reot to eaeb other—the miserable defence made by the board 'us a whole, and tho revela tions made m to the peculiar Jnanner in *hioh theijiwUiess of the company is oon ftbgH %,!W»confeBsed,«*#Ctejbute ana oeea »»i. *o«no engines* or tbe 4-om- pany, although the latter draws full salary is an employee of the company! that a party that had taken a tribute had been permitted to sub-let the same, and that instead of goods required for the mine being publicly tendered for through the Legal manager, the same 'are supplied by one of tho directors, who reoeives 21 .per cent, commission for his trouble. Now, ' however advantageous such an arrange- . Dient may be, it is distinctly illegal, con trary to the spirit of the rules of the com pany, and thoroughly bad in principle. It should be put a s...

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Political Spot' Strokes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Political Spot'. Stakes. - Straight as a die* ? The jOwppbb. A muzzled Political Pug: Stafford Bird. Wcstralia wants a loan of £610,000. ? The top Sawyers ou Jhe tariff : Pro tectionists. , . ir ? ? What syndicate au ' comjpfny tail ways Jmve done for'i'asinanlft : SmoUjBiedlt jndebt,. ;? v A candidate is ittller of promises thSn ,p yaller dogafAtflfflSii? ? ' 'i Cilfe , Unless the leader of tbe Opposition is dead he should try to look alive. Why doesn't his party give hi in a bolus of Dobsou gabble. What Gilmour did not think of last Tues day night : People who think before they speak always manage to economise on talk. ^The Mount Lyell Bill, as before the House, was found to be unconstitutional. Being re-introduced under cover of an address to the Governor, the Mount Lyell Bill was severely criticised, and finally thrown out by a large majority— ayes 9, noes 18. The Mount Lyell grab was scotched by the Treasurer. ' Let the seven men who are registered in Victoria act like men, and...

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SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

SPORT. FBy the Owl.1 Amongst those likely to supply the winner for the Steeple are Mikado II., Actress, CorangamiteJ Polonius, Blyth, and Western. Bischoff is in for the Hurdle at lOst. However, as he is a strong horse the extra lOlbs. may not be sufficient to stop him from running into a place, providing he has taken kindly to the jumping busi ness. Another Tasmanian in Eclipse is weighted at 10.9, which is quite enough in the company he will be asked to beat. I fancy the best half dozen are Captain Webb, Warbrook, Polonius, Dundee, Bis choff, and St. Clair. Races took place at Maribyrnong on Wednesday, with the following results : — Trial Stakes — Sierra ; Selling Hurdle— Grangelum ; Bulla Handicap— Bay Ronald; Steeplechase — Leauder ; Selling Bace — Grandiflora ; Broadmeadows Handicap— Cressy. Mr. Keys, the owner of Reckless, ap pealed against the disqualification of that horse for Tattersall's Grand National Steeplechase, but the A.J.C. declined to entertain it, and the owner of...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

FUOllW |.ftSHES. I , 'z L- wbilstprovioge veritable surprise R. ».* nncaslonallv prone to overweight the l^uweof the jfcpMMp issue- ; ?Uc, Kail: Kv rlub whfdh lias- been so strengthened |f y Sfli, arc how AUed with the pick of , I', there Tasmania, m»de * big beginning |n°d »e «'t leg in ought to shine City, lowcver, playing the^atae of Satunlay upon IVmeriU can go one 't»M»r yet- BUl1 ott ?i,,iRiftstie funintcre of the winning team I.,., nf tint fiunnoso uum «»b»™«'»' ™»jf |ulong&6on. The City for brilliant li v with a few exceptions, did not excel I nmselves -but it must be remarked that in Re or two instances they certainly did not tppwrtoobig, and might if they *- chose Pc scored a deal more t -an they did. The Cpeuing mutch was fought with an evenness If temnerand desire to play thegame' which IrSwoUforthefutureof football and the l°Ou'gumpirc also deserves a word of favor. Iblc comment whilst there was an absence of K^nianov about Ws movements, there was a IS&W...

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Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in tin manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Hoiden Hubbub, Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in tbi manner; the infinite hubbub unshvokened. The clergy have tackled the un employed difficulty in real earnest and the city has been mapped out into districts preparatory to doing a house to house canvas for funds. Thi; Clipi'eb would suggest that in addition to collecting agents should be instructed to furnish reports on all cases of extreme or partial distress. Details of such reports to i-e Kepi' sr.ncLiy pnvure su as nut iu hurt the feelings of the most sus ceptible. By adopting such means a correct estimate could be made us to the extent of the destitution known to exist in Hobart and more efficient remedial measures might then be taken. Likewise ministers should reduce the present unwieldy com mittee to a workable number. Just fancy about forty well trained talking machines meeting together expecting to get through business. Of course tbe difficulty may be got over by appointing a sub-committee to do the real work whilst ...

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FREE SPEECH. THE MONOPOLIST AND THE TREASURER ON TOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

FREE SPEECH. % THE MONOPOLIST AND THE t TREASURER ON TOP. ?? The cant phrase of the revivalist, : ' What can we do to be saved ' has a i special meaning at tlie present time ' » every civilised people on the face i if the globe. Every country is for ' ;he time being hopelessly laden with ' iebt, made doubly galling to the various peoples by the existing de . preseion, appearances showing that the world has reached its zenith, in so I far as existing laws and circum ? stances will permit. Therefore, to j jfiectually remove the depression it i is essential that the people be given \i more freedom. Industry must not -, be hampered on every aide by restric £ tive laws passed in favor of and pro (; ' tecting the monopolist, whilst the i[ ' poor 'out of work' having spent his :] ( small savings and walked him 'u . self barefooted iu trying to ^ ret work can only be recog ? aised by the law as a vagrant, a I' vagabond, only fit for the gaol or jj workhouse. All these laws have to ' fee rev...

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Mostly up North. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

Mostly up north. [By Carlos.] ' I am nothing if not critical,' siys the colored gentleman who, as the Moor of Venice, had done ' the State some service.' Iu my wayside notes of things in general ' Mostly up North,' let me also say with Othello, ' I am nothing if not critical,' at the same time remembering bis famous in junction, ' Nothing extenuate, nor Bet down aught in malice.' ' He was a pauper whom nobody owns.' I know he was a pauper because the local papers speciucauy mentioned ne was a ' pauper inmate ' of the Invalid Depot to avoid misconception. Of course it was because he was in such an indigent condi tion that he was brought up before the local beak and charged with absenting him self without leave from the poorhouse. He had committed the unpardonable offence of relieving the monotony of his cheerless existence by taking a stroll up town, and didn't return at the proper time, conse quently when he did show up he was lugged across to the Police Office, so that, through tho...

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Bill's Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 June 1894

rBiiif notions. ? , , r fBv MOMUS.1 ^,#Brfl Jtfr. Clipper.-lObe of the richeBt+hinge we've hea-d is the ad ventures of iftcapting with a tricycle. He was jjnite used tq cyclones and could run them all right, irat whejpj he got tbVpugti with dip wire honJB you'd tliuig £ ; cyclooto Jht$|- beenjfen when he seed two coves a riding the tram robber he eed, ses he, 'Give me a show on that ship;. I'll show yer ow ter port yer helm.' The chaps got off aud let the captiug intoeeatsoB the three wheeler. He filled em, filled em right up, and off ho went out of sight at 22 miles an hour. By aud l-ye a procession of two hove in sight. The fust was a Robert wheeling a mnch-brnised captiog in a barj'dw, and the other wa.s a chap carrying the remains of tbe tricycle on the end of a two-pronged hay fork. And then the dere old cap. sat on a chair with one of his logs set stiff on another seat, and he assured anxious enquirers that it was the gout. Aint it Rich f We'll put 'em thro ther facing', Seelh...

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