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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

DRINK ^s*zt--' ? * JL JBSmJswkm ' To be had of all GROCERS. Ask for it and see ttiat you tike neither.;

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

J. P. T, Conrad (Late W. Bead's), ELIZABETH-STREET, COACH, CART, SHOEING AND GENERAL SMITH and WHEEL WEIGHT, Having taken over the above business, earnestly solicits a share of public patronage. - TjT68 Cut and Shut on shortest notice. A Marvellous Medicine ! ' RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. Foe COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, SOEE THEOATS, Etc., NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of CARRAGHEEN (Ok IRISH MOSS). (registered.) It is the Most Popular and Success ful Cough Mixture in Pharmacy, and is everywhere recommended ? by the faculty. It soothes the inflamed membrane, Breaks up Irritating Mucus, Allays Coughing, and Induces Repose. As a Family Medicine no house hold should be without it. Obtainable at all Chemists in Is., Is. 6d., and'2s.Gd. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Cornee MURRAY & COLLINS STREETS, HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. Sheridan, PHRENOLOGIST AND 'PHYSIOGNOMIST, MAY BE CONSULTED AT BISHOP OSBORNE&Co's, MURRA...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

TOWN HALL, MONDAY, 25th JUNE. Undw the patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Viscountess Gormanston. ME. F. M. ALEXANDER haBthe honor to announce that he will give a DRAMAT1C&MUSICAL RECITAL kindly assisted by the following ladies and gentlemen :— Mrs. Geo. Huston, Miss Elsie Uorrtsby, Mrs. R. Young, Miss E. Miller, Messrs. Bradshaw Major, T. G. Lovett, J. Dillon, B, Young, and J. Brown. Programmes and Tickets available at J. Walch & Sons', where seats may be reser ved CITY BAND. CITY BAND. CITY BAND. BAltEACK EESEEVE. SUNDAY AFTEUNOON. at 'A o'clock. Grand Programme, including splendid Sacred selection ' The Day of Best,' 'Maritana,' 'Bulgarian Patrol,' and other items. These selections include Solos for Euphonium, Clarionet, Cornel, Horn, and Trombone, by renowned instrumentalists. Boxes at gates. Hon. Sec., S. ABMSTEONG. Conductor. H. ISSELL. TASMANIAN MILITARY BAND. Under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor, Viscount GormanBton, K.C.M.G. /-*RAND S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

MARKETS. Fat Stock.— Prime beef 22s. per 10U lb., good beef 18s., medium Us. Pbime Mutton. — 3d. per lb., good 2Jd, medium lid. Prime light weight porkers up to H. per lb, baconers 8J-L, sucking pigs to 6s. each. Prime Vealers to 33s. Prime Lambs to 11s. Stall Stock. — Demand good for sound sheep. Cattle shows tendency for improve ment. Pigs dull of sale. Four-tooth cress bred ewes in lamb, to 11s.; merino ewes best sort in lamb, to 6b. ; merino wethers to 4s. (3d. ; cross bred wethers to 7s. 6d. ; cross bred lambs to 5s. (id. Best bullocks with breeding and condition to £3 14s., others from Ws. upwards; best cows to j£21Os., others Irotn 20s. upwards ; young cattle from 10*. to 15s. Latest Quotation 6fr Pbuit. Sidney.— 8PM 4s. 6d: to 5s. 6d.f PC 4s,' Od. to 5s., Strs. 4s., Nap Pears (is. to 6b. 6d. Brisbane.— Market clear prices improved Good eating apples 5s. tp6s., cooking ditto 4s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. ; pears*!. ' New ZEALAND.-^EftMg apple 7s. 63. to 6s .cooking ditto 7e. to 8b. 6d.<...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

SPORT. [I3V TliE OW'Ji.] What a magnificent specimen of the steeplechase horse we have in Mikado II., perhaps not equal to llcdlcap, but in my opinion not many removes from Miller's crack. 1 3st. 31b. is no featherweight, yet he cariied it at Samluwn Park last Saturday, and won the Steeplechase, giving away over 3st. to the second horse. Some people put forth the excuse that the field he met was a weak one, liut I feel inclined to name him as the absolute winner of the Grand National Steeplechase. At the above-named meeting the following horses were successful in the different events : — Flying Handicap, Black Bollon : Selling Hurdle, Brownie ; Sandown Park Hnndicap: liritomaile ; Selling Race, Diogo ucs : Welter Handicap, Main Sheet. The syndicate horse, l'ulvil, who it will be remembered started second favorite for the last V.R.C. Derby, has run his last race, having broken his shoullei bone while doing trotting exercise. An attempt is being made to save him for stud purposes. As ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Zeehan. Zeehan, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

ZEEHAN. [BV TELEGRAPH.] [From our Special Representative.] Zeehan, Friday. Con Curtain has been appointed manager of the Oonah mine. The company takes over the mine from the Iributofs to-moi'iowr and start aeu've operations on JloucUy. The company is paying tribu aivs £500 for plant, and have made a very good ha- gain. North-western contractors, East drive, have finished con tract, and the manager let them another contract at the same price. They are to continue driving west. The drive of the contractors is finished and the manager has pat them to on drive oo coarse of We about 24 ft. from shaft. King shaft sunk. Slower ground, tizht down over 63 feat. Western lode, No. 4 level looking well. Eootball match between King v. Queen to-day exciting great interest. Weather fine.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NIGHT FLASHES A WEST COAST[?]GNIS FATUUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

NlCHf FljHfS. f l^wiiST OOASTJf£-NIS;*ATUtJS;| *?'? : ~W '???? ..Mi JilHie oldest aiffl mdffcitaiiserablel fj|p.of. theseaso*i. Si*ffintendenM Win was j«t going hg%st roundjj lifiiad seejtthe nig^SpplicemaJl importable riibr LaniftjH^ botiowm Wnd feet fofBtoJiwtt .«'»°MHI when bis attention was aroused. Twae a telegraph, no doubt of it— bite operator signalling from a top window of Tom Bennett's, and the other— where f ' Oh, bother them,' said the super, ' I'll have to r iuse that fellow up from under tbe dray, and get bim to ixelp me to find lliifl out. Wieli they'd. 'give it a rest, and let me get home to bed.' ; . Poor Bobby was started out, and the pair of guardians of mostly sleep ing Strahan set about Ending the responding operator. The one at the window worked it with a candle flash and hide, hide and dash for the dot, a moye from side to side for the dash. But wliBre, oh where, was the other P After a walk around they got under the window, and there saw the responder'e stati...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bill's notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Bill's Notions. fBvMoMafl.] Dere Mr. Clipper, — At a, recent church couceti at Campania agorjnie individual called Valiant Tomy has been airing his beautv and Mb bald head for -ihe benefit of church and people: ' lie afforded unexpected and impromptu amusement by sticking his hairlessoldofffasrnutontothesfcage at the end of every item. ; then the an jence would rejoice, and advise him in loud' tones to put his hat on and cover hiB^HakednesB, and-Tbiny would blush and pull his mug behind the scenes to cuss and ramp round, and try to pull at the hair that was'nt there, and express savage wishes about Campania posterity for forty blooming generations to come At the end of the concert a dance took place and Valient floundered around and got his bluchers tangled up in skirts and all sorts. He got wild after this and turned out the gas and ordered the prancers to skip — just as though he owned the show. Bill ses there's been a lot of dis appointment up New Norfolk way through the bogus in...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Removal of Railway Shops. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Removal of Railway Shops. The proposal to remove the Railway shops from Hobart to Liunceston is being so insidiously worked that if the citizens are not on the alert the whole tiling will be an accomplished fact before they are aware of it. This will mean the loss of an annual expenditure of .£6000 in the south of the island and the throwing out of work of nearly BO men at the very moment when a general appeal is being made to obtain work for those who are unemployed at the pre sent moment. A public meeting to ventilate the proposal would throw some light on the question that would netonish not a few of the many who have not realised the seriouB nature of the step proposed. The matter should be taken in hand without delay, and the city members should take the lead in a public endeavour to prevent removal con templated.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Notes and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [Br Gnome.] For cool cheek commend me to the busi ness to be proposed by the directors at the extraordinary meeting of slareholders convened for next month. 1. That a rule be agreed to abolishing the right of share holders to look through the minute book. Now if there is nothing to hide there can be nothing to be ashamed of, and ho doubt the revelation of the two and a half per cent, business, and the exposures which have followed the unwise secresy practised in the past is at the bottom of this desire for still further privacy. Let shareholders be on their guard against any such pro posals. 2. That a rule be passed altering the scale of voting, so that each share will carry one vote. Can anything be more monstrous than this P It is simply asking the company to give two or three share holders the power to do just as they like, and to crush out the email shareholders. I am quite certain that the latter will com bine as one man to frustrate the shameful attempt '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Shines in Caol. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Shines in Gaol It wan rumoured in the city yesterday that there was a great 'shine' in the gaol over the vagaries of the most notorious man that has been taken ' in stir' in Tasmania. We refer to lloyden Keith, alias 'Holy Joe ' who is undergoing a life sentence for burning down a church in the northern part of the island. Keith, it is alleged, discovered some pecularities in connection with the officials of the gaol, and the result was that yesterday a very secret investiga tion took place, but the result of which the authoiities refused to disclose.

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FOOTBALL FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

?OOTBALL FLASHESr tm number of youngjWfy^ftd^eP'ff^ ^Honal pastime inTOW'IMVWW .IWS^s ?be on Monday evwW-«**t «,1-*vpyf ? ?feet Among the dressisa worn the fot-' ^Eng were most noticeable :— Mibs Dora Hbon, rose, primrose, and black (King ^B)i Miss Nellie Caitwriffhfc, blue and ^Bte (City) ; MisB Ethel Osborne, red and Bisk (Railway.) During an interval in K programme Miss Aggie Cartwright |ve a very graceful exhibition of the, ?fat dance, which elicited the applause BE admiration of the company. - At mid Kit the Ruefcte adjourned to the supper : Bn where A splendid repast was pro ?Bed by the ladies. After justice was ?e to the good things Mr. J. MeWohy ?(posed the health of the ladies, coupled Kb the name of Miss Aggie Cartwught Hbretary), which was responded to in a ?fy neat and appropriate speech by Mr. Mpalton. Dancing was kept up till half Ktt two when everybody dispersed, feeling HBghted with the success of the first ?Kball dance of the season. ?Jt is to be regretted that Nich...

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who cannell? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

[?] : Why the^WtlPPEB ' has btoftne the TOtitfitapdftwjfcer in Tasmania. W r. :' The uamBas^f certain memttw of a -aiurch choi|j»|jo are addicted toXrttifling ' durine orayfttto. . ? '?? 1 The namo^jthe second groaWfl/ilar in JTastnauia. jf, ;. '????'? ? a'lie dff|!iiBnj-i- between SuMgjjMfUf and The greatest Don Juan and tnodt scandal isaX man at Brighton. Why straw berries and cream is a bane of contention between the providoro of the late Fair aud the Dobsouiau Village Settlement Committee. The name of the youth who deve'oped an attack of seasickness during thedeliveiingof a lecture, recently,: at .(Sjsevfcstou. If ' Mickey the Goose' will be matched to box. Charlie Murphy. If Jack Emanuel will have to buy a new pair of cuffs. . . Whether Frank Webster will go possum shooting again. . . If the Pointer was the only one able to stop ' Mickey,' and whether he received his four bob. The price of sucking pig. Ask Jack Evans. The name of the most severe lady critic at Gecvcstou. The na...

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KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. Keep il be foe the people Thai the earth was madu for niau - That flowers were strewn, And fruits were grown, To bless and never to ban ; That sun and rain, Aud corn and grain, Are yam's and mine my brother 5 Kree gifts from heaven, And freely given, To one as well as another ! Keep it be/ore the people — That man is the image of -iod 1 His limbs or soul Ye may not control With shackle, or shame or rod ! We may not bo sold l'or silver anil gold : Neither you nor 1 , my brother ! Freedom was given By God from Heaven. To one as well as another .' Keep il heforc Ike people — Thai famine, ami crime, and woe, Kor ever abide, Still side by side, With luxury's dazzling show; That Lazarus crawls Krom Dives' hall, And starves at Ins gate, my brother ! Vet life was given By God from heaven, To one as well as another ! Keep il before the ptople — That the labourer claims his lnuud; That right of soil And the right to toil, From spur and hridlc frecH; The right to bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

I NOTICES. ?.irrKB is published erery Saturday morn Ij1PFE&amp; is thoroughly indeiieudeut. It is Ko 110 party. B.IFFER lins (or its object the dissouiinatiou Bt itolitioal thought. B,irrtR caters to supply raoy uud useful lu Biji ?tlsements ore inserted at moderate rates. H terms for contract advertisement*. ?upper 1b the most popular and widely led paper iu Hol-art. It circulates right ?the islaud. It is therefore a most valuable Biug medium. Ihutions iuvitei. l-mmuuicatiouH to be addressod to tbe ?f The Clippeh, MEUtabeth Street, Hobart. ?riptioiis: 2s. per half-year, payable in ad ?Couutry snbscrlberrmay forward payment Be or postal notes. I AGENCIES. He opouiug up Agencie for the Sale of The ?u all couutry towns, Our subscribers will Bby notifyiag to the proprietors eligible ?r firms iu townshins iu which an agency Hbeeu already opened. I TO SUBSCRIBERS. BUlishers of The Clipper take every possible Bon to ensure an early and reliable delivery ?lipper. Should the paper not b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Union Line of Steamers. npHR lAtgest and Best Appointed Fleet 1 of Steamships in the 6outhem Hemis phere.' The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo services between Tasmania, New Zealand and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES: H0BA.RT TO SYDNEY. TheB.s. OONAH, W. J. Feithebstone, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates Next sailing On TUESDAY, June 26, at 9 p.m. HOBART TO MELBOURNE. The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobait. en route to Melbourne, next sailing being Tiie b.b. HAUBOTO, On TUESDAY, July 3. LAUNOESTON TO MELBOURNE. The s.s. PATEBNA, H. Sams, Commander, MONDAY, Jnne 25, at 7 a.m. THURSDAY, Juno 28, at 9 a.m. FOR NEW ZEALAND. First Steamer : The s.s. WAIRABAPA, THURSDAY, June 28. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company run a regular monthly .service from Sydney to San Franc...

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Political spot Strokes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Political Spot Strokes. Maedonaldi'Itakeit.' The Stationery Contract : Not worth a Button — to the colony. The Zeehan Marine Board Act: Con demned. More muddling legislation. Stamp Collector to Her Majesty the Queen and Eoyal Family : Sir Edward Nicholas Coventry Braddon, E.C.M.G. The fifth wheel of the Ministerial Coach : : Edward Mulcahy ex officio. Referring to the stationery contract Treasurer A. I. Clark said : ' I wouldn't touch the dirty thing.' The Cmpfeb has always been under the delusion that it was the duty of every law officer of the Grown io put his hnnilfi into the dirtiest muck to drag forth Justice and draw forth Right and re place her on a high pedestal. We live and learn. '? The greater part of all the earth (of that pavt of it called New South Wales) liath He given to tlie children of 042 men mid 00,0011,000 sheep, leaving the rest to do the best they can outsiile the fence.'— Fraser Rill's ' Land and Wealth' Nest wants to know the quantity of starch imported into...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREE SPEECH. WORKERS' EIGHT HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

?REE SPEE6H. (workers' eight hours. H Eight Hours' Hill is again ^L the House, with Urquhart as ^E\ If the devil could only be Hed to adopt the principle of the H 8'6, the bill would have a chance ^Hssing through both Houses or ^legislature, as the mover migkt Hgct it placed on the business ^H so that it would come up for ^Ksion after Auld Clootie's office ^H. Up to date, however, he is ^Bmuch alire, and always on the ^B and the annual revival of the ^|as degenerated into something ^Bi farce, having taken the same ^M as the Mutiny Act held at Hnd of last centurj — merely a Hi members to hang their elo ^fte upon. If ever an effective ^Lre is to be passed into law, ^&amp;rs will have to be politically ^|aud fight the good fiaht for (he He other than at electiou time*. Hig day is in reality the political B.-vest Home,' and unless the Hid is veil prepared and the seed H and attended to, there can be no Hest Home for the workers of Hania. Providing that the people Hi throw off their ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT CRUNCH DISESTABLISHMENT MEANS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

WHAT CHURCH DlSESTABIilSHMiprT MI3ANJ3 The days of the Established Church are undoubtedly numbered in England, Scotland and Wales, and the fight for the reform is mow being cirried on by both parties on strictly 'bread and batter lines,' iu fact the lawn sleeves are rolled up to the shoulder in the Tory effort being pat forth to stem the tide of popular reform. The following is a good speci men of the bristling bayonet argu ment being used by tbe Liberal press to educate the people up to demand ing the important reform of Dis establishment.:— 'The teinds are worth fighting for, and we put it to the mass of the electors whether they rIso should not fight for them, seeing that the property is theirs. Will they believe that in Berwickshire tbe Established Church . swallows up about £15,000 of public money every year? It is a fact. According to the latest returns, the exact amount is- ' £14,919, made up as follows: — From ' teinds (including augmentation of stipends), £9,231; unexhauste...

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Rokeby Hunt. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Rokeby Hunt. [By a Pollowbe.] The Rokeby Hunt Clubhounds had their first meet on Saturday last at Rokeby. The hounds were soon laid on and line taken in an easterly direction, the game having gone up well through some briar country, then across a four-railer — all over safely except Mrs. Pulton, on Zoe, who went rather a nasty spiller, but quickly recovering was all there at the finish. We raced over some stony land, taking a post and rail with stone wall, then a double through some ploughed fields, another post and rail was negotiated with a long drop on the landing side ; there I noticed a rider being ironed out, but was soon up and going: then down the old Waterloo racecourse, where many a hard-fought battle for vic tory has taken place, over a nasty brush fence and through the homestead of Mr. 1). Stanfiold into a scrubby bush known as Luckmau's paddock, where hounds worked steadily, forcing their quarry into the clear, putting on all steam to a friendly gate, took a stiff post ...

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