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Mostly up North. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Mostly up North. [By Caelos.] Another-. little Poorhouse episode. Three young mudlarks 'bo noticed that a baker's window was rather over crowded removed a few of the dainties from the windo v and were going to have an ' at home' on their own account. Like the gold in the tuoun t-jin it didu't c -me off; for the plaut was sprung aud a. branch of the exe cutive took the matter in hand. The secoud act in this little tragedy opened with a police-court case, in which tho youngsters took a promi nent part. No baker identified his goods. The juvenile pilferers were put in pound till 6 o'clock same even ing. Act 3. The kind-hearted dough wrestler sent the cakes over to the Depot for tbe ' pauper inmates,' but to his dismay he was accosted some time afterwords by a ruddy-faced lad who told him that ' them cakes was fine.' 'What cakes r'' said the yeast expert. ' Why, them yon sent to the Depot,' snid youug Tasmania. 'Are yon in the Depot P' queried the above mentioned. 'Oh, yes; why, my fath...

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

ll'frorouKAPHlCALeuiiosily iu its way is aaJjivusliip of Skiddaw. in Cumberland. Jfni boasts of a single inhabitant. This ??email lives by himself iu the solitary III that the place contains, assesses him E*- the rates, and presumably pays them to ISjKlf . He is, moreover, the only voter on «9st. Almost a precisely similar state of gBs exists at Tetsoe, in Buckinghamshire. Sa|ii5 township there is only one male ISBuitanl. who, a ] it tic while ago, was ^Kuteil overseer. Tlie revising barrister §3| offered him a certificate for certain ircliBe* he had been put to, but he refused ji§|cept it, for the very intelligible reason IJJlit is the only ratepayer, and would havo Bio look to himself for payment Neither fullaw nor Pelsoe contains a church, and E§Hic houses are conspicuously absent.. HNuicmbcr of Parliament may libel any in If^lual. individuals, or corporative body on IPsn'oor of the House ; but he must nol HJfct on the wisdom or honesty of 1'arlia SH- That is the prcrogrative of ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Caught Red Handed. A PROCURESS AND HER VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Caught Red Handed. A PROCURESS AND HER VICTIM. Tasmania has for many years been a favorite exploiting ground for the abominable, sinful, ghoul-like pro curess, whose nefarious trade is that of dragging into the most hellish de gradation the body and soul of her victim — a maiden, good looking, and foolish by choice — pouring iuto their too-often willing ears fabulous stories of wealth in everything in which a young girl's vanity isprone to imagine. Recenwy a woman, accompanied by a young girl, arrived from Zeehan, en route to Sydney. The pair staying at a boarding house on the wharf whilst the Tainbo lay in port, and giving out that they were mother and daughter. The girl is 13 years of age, but only appears to be about nine. It appears that the woman in duced the girl to leave Zeehau, where she resided with her father, who was absent in the bush splitting timber at the time, and the abduction would without doubt have been successfully accomplished had not the victim's sister, who r...

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Stage and Platform. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Stage and Platform. Choral Society at the Town Hall. As the Orpheus Club is to Mr. W. C. El tham, a first born child, musically speaking, so does the Choral Society occupy the position of second born, and with tact and generalship he allows his ' two children ' to play together, with mutual benefit to both, and credit to himself. On Friday last the latter society gave au enter tainment in the Town Hall, which was marked by considerable excellence. The audience was somewhat more numerous than that which greeted his club a short time back, and appeared to appreciate the musical ' Bill ' of fare. The first part con sisted of miscellaneous items, opening with an orchestral piece 'Royal Guards ' which was not so effective a* on former occasions, owing doubt less, to their being placed at one 6ide of the platform, and the absence of some instruments. Tbe part song 'Lullaby' by the Choral Society was fairly rendered the tenors being rather weak. Mrs. Eltham discoursed ' Parker's Clothes on...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Free Speech in Danger. THE CLIPPER THREATENED WITH ACTION FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Free Speech in Danger. THE CLIPPER THREATENED WITH ACTION FOR LIBEL. Thk Clipi»kii has been served with ? notice of writ as to an alleged' false defamatory libel contained in our article of Juno 9th. The public will have an opportunity of upholding freedom of speech in crushing out the most iniquitous fraud that has ever been attempted in Tasmania. According to statistics recently pub lished in Berlin, out of tho 3(35 days of the year the Russians work 207 days, the Engli-h 278, the Spaniards ?290, the Austrians 2V'), the Italians 298, the Bavarians and the Belgians 300, the French and Saxons 302, the Swiss, Danish, and Norwegians 30:?, and the Germans 305. The Dutch and tbe Amoricacs are, with one single exception, the hardest working nations on the globe, tbe total number of their working-days of the year being each 308. The Hungarians,bowever, we are iuformed, devote more days to labor than any other people, toiling for no fewer than 312 days out of 365. In other words, they neve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mt. Huxley. OUR SPECIAL TOLD OFF TO VISIT THE MINE. REPOSED PERMISSION. IS REFUSED THE USE OF A HUT. NO PROVISIONS TO BE SUPPLIED TO "THE CLIPPER'S SPECIAL. HOW THE GAME WAS PLAYED AT THE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Mt. Huxley. OUR SPECIAL TOLD OFF TO VISIT THE MINE. REPOSED PERMISSION. IS REFUSED THE USE OF A HUT. NO PROVISIONS TO BE SUP PLIED TO 'THE CLIPPER'S' SPECIAL. HOW THE GAME WAS PLAYED AT THE MINE. As soon as tbe news got abroad tbat Mr. Montgomery was to revisit the Mount Huxley mine the pro prietors of The Cmpi'er were deter mined that the people should know fcy means of tbeir journal every move in the Mount Huxley game of bluff. Hearing that Messrs. Samuel and Barker were going to travel to Strahan by the same steamer as Mr. Montgomery, a member of The Clipper etaff was told off to see if they did sail, and if possible to gain information as to their reasons for being at the elbow of the geologist, who was f expected to give an unbiassed report. Sure enough, both men were on board the Devon, in Mr. Montgomery'8 company, and had a certain amount of baggage with them. Before the steamer's departure the two pro ? nioters came ashore, and as they did so at the same time as a certain ' ...

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

THE CLIPPER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE ORaAN OF THE PEOPLE. FUN FOR TBE PEOPLE. THE BE6T SPORTING PAPER IN THE COLONY. THE BRIGHTEST SIX PAGES OF READING. ENLARGED. ENLARGED. ENLARGED. THE ONLY PAPER THAT IS TASMANIAN. Tlte ^Clipper IS NEITHER NORTH NOR SOUTH. New Features. New Features. New Features. ALWAYS FEARLESS AND OUTSPOKEN. THE PEOPLE HAVE RECOGNISED The CLIPPER'S Merits. IN RETURN WE HAVE GIVEN THEM. BIGGER VALUE FOR A PENNY! A PENNY! A PENNY! Printiug an J Publishing Office : 16 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. Representatives : Launceston — C. A. MORRIS, Patterson-street. Zeeban — JAS. McARTHUR. HOBART AGENTS: Legrend, Collins-strcct. B. Shannon, Liverpool-street. R. Jackson, Liverpool-street. T. L. Hood, Liverpool -street. Mrs. Bhcehy, Murray-street. Moore, Upper Murray-street. K. A. Jackson. Elizabeth-street. Luckman, Elizabeth-street. C. Chester, Elizabeth-street. North Hobart Trading Company, Eliza beth-street. Roberts, Clock Tower, Elizabeth-street. H. Olive, Lansdowne ...

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Cycling Notes, [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Cycling Notes. I 100 postmen do their duty in Fiance on I -rcnrc3n-lO military crclixti; in England. I runny has ordered 20,uoii cycles to be I outcd throueh the army. The majority HJ ngei's aurl jiudge's. ?9 : ' national' costume has appeared in Bb lurne. It wont be long before there's BJ t Hobart. Bj ?, Ai'steaman' Cyclist has sent two j^B issioners over to ?' do '' the Kast Coast HJ isuiania. We smile when they talk HJ ' lone regions.' '? desert wastes,' aud BJ i where cyclists have never trod, at this HJ : of the favorite resorts of wheelmen BJ toiniijrr. BJ ger and Co., of Melbourne, arc giving a EH ltudgc Safety, value £S0, as a first BJ in a load race. This is the second BJ inc thtyhavc donated this month. Let's BJ they will extend their generosity to BJanian wheelmen. BJ : road race last Saturday shows that our BJiavc real 'grit' in them. Bennison's HJ 52min., was a really creditable per for Hjc, whilst Mayes. who was altogctherout ^M -ui. ran a good second on a roadster in ...

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

if1 vou tike fiict tea ask vu«|MQOT W;f c liB M 0 ATE&C aOLDBcSHSfERMEDALS ™^' ^Wwm* ^M CaEBRATED«cTHE BEST PURE IND8AN CHINAS CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE

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Mines and their Management. 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

Mines and their : ? Management. No 3. [By Miner.] It is an adage with miners that 'a goo( mine makes a good manager,' and reason ing from this premise I say ' A. bad uiana eer a bad mine.' Tho former may h- exemplified by the Western, Bisohofl1 Tasmania, Now Golden Gate, Volunteei and other dividend-paying mines. 1'h latter by tho Quoon and others of a siltti l.tr biand. It is with fear aud trembling I approac' tlie Grubb's. No one here has as yc questioned the abilities of the preseii manager of that claim, yet the quory ofen bandied about 'Who manages tli manager ? ' Registered as a no liabilit co:npany in March, 189H— four years at — capital, .£45,000 m £1 shares, half - which were donated by the proprietors 1 themselves as fully paid up. The reuiaii ing 22,603 were purchased by the public ; luid up to 4-s., aud the seventh call of 1 por share was paid in November, 1H90, ai call upon call has been made ever sin' till the capital has been called up. 1'h shortly is the financial po...

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The Plague at Hongkong. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

The Plague at Hongkong. Accounts from the Bast convey the alarming news that the black, or as it is called, the bnbolic plague, has broken out in a most virulent form in Hongkong, sweeping off its hundred victims daily. Tbe di sease, despite the exertions of the authorities, does not appear to spend its force, and extreme measures, such as burning down the native portion of the city, are threatened, which the Chinese re gard as menace, and in return say they will seek a reprisal by burning down the European section of the city. The plague has spread to Honam and Fatshan, and the in habitants are fleeing, and the disease is regarded us not only dan gerous to those who live in the city but also a peri! to visitors. The authorities have issued proclam ations prohibiting the slaughter of pigs, and on the 7th May another notice was also posted up in the streets prohibiting even the cap ture of fish. PrOccBsione' with josses are still parading the streets day and night, and crackers, san ...

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BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XX. Damon Haunted. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

BLACK DINGO. [Br J. J. SHBEIDiK.] CHAPTER XX. DlMON HAUNTIil). When Whyso fired ot Dingo be saw a dark shape dashing away at a rapid pace. This figure tbe old overseer mistook for the retreating form of tbe outlaw. In this be was mistaken, for tbe criminal had fallen while the horse rushed ofi frightened by the explosion. Daniel had aimed high and the mass of tbe charge passed over Dingo ; but a portion of it struck him diagonally across the head. The outlaw remained where be had fallen, in an unconscious state, until the grey dawn crept up the sky and made the objects around dimly visible. On first opening hie eyes the wounded man stared stupidly at the heavens. After a time he tried to look abont bim, and as he turned his eyes to the right ho could see the luminious outline of a man. The face was towards him and the eyes gazed fixedly into his. The countenance seemed familiar. ' Where have I seen it?' he thought. Presently the figure waved its hand as though iudicating a course th...

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

Lily Lakgtby'c latest mash is M. Lepaupy, a young Frenchman, who has been engaged for some time in the en ilcavor to dissipate iiii immense fortune. He is nowengaged to be married to a wealthy girl, and it is said that he'will offer the Lily a' parting present of a million francs (over £40.000).

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 June 1894

tSLAQKEI^Y. . 'ButetiUtis tongue tan on, Ana.'with itB everlasting olaok, Bet all men's e»ta upon the rack.'— HtJDIBBia. A Mountain of Sterling Metal : Mt. Gomety. Montgomery's good boy : Harry's son. Mother of Pearl in good demand. What ?price the mother of Flossie 7 Thb tight that Failed : Badianoy of Mount Huidey. It Is said, that the Huxley boom 'war; «HlBnibs«ndthat there is only one black one in the lot. What rot. Eow?*iuicoguid' Christianity works out : Giving way to the holy horror aroused through the Premier of Great Britain ?roofing a Derby win Lord Kosebery has scratched Lades for all engagements. The books are jubilant at the stiffening of the favorite. Thb calm serenity of New Norfolk Society has again been ruffled by the receipt of penny surprise sweet-meat packets bear ing a large design of 'After the ball.' Strenuous efforts are being made by the glite to discover tie perpetration of this ehastly joke. The DemocbAt, a Labor paper printed at Townsville, has been serve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

?:':'::;:. \;- — ,.^':-^ ^BUSHED EVERY SATURDAY, ?'? FtTN toil T&E'*'PE$j?ifcn rHB BRIG'HTtil^TiSIXl1*A'&feS ^ of Rftktym.,, v ;;;;; ?????BNii^TOBP'.1.1;;:':'-,.1.; ? V :??:? ENLARGED, THE ONLY PAPER THAT IS ? ? r.TASMANIAN. '. ;;? '..'''.''t^.iJ^JTfliB.H.,,-: ,-(. ii r» N 6 R T « ? ? « O B;: 'S'QITT H'.! New -Features.':'1 ]\-'l .; ' ; ' New 'j^eatufSsi-;', .- : !il New ifeMtwres. always fearless and outspoken. '?':?? ? ? 'the ? ????' ? -'???? ?? ;? PEOPLE &kyft It1SOpGNI$B0 The CLIPPER'S Merits, i IN RETURN WE, HAVil^tpiN THEM BIGGER VALUE FOR ; A PENNY! A PENNY 1 A PENNY.!; Priatiog and Publishing Office : \6 ELIZABETH STJfttiETi HOBAttTJ' ?Rei'bbs^tativ^V ;; ??:??' ; LannoestoDf-r ? C. A. MORRIS, Pattorson-.aTii«efr. Zeehan— : ? i JAS. McARTHUR. HOBAUT AGfiNtS: Legmndi Oolline-street. ' ; B; ShannoO, liiverpool-street. . ' ' ' Bi Jackson, Livorpool-stnset. ? .- ? ? i ' T.L. Hood, Literpool-strfeet. -; Mrs.;Sheehy, Mumiy-itMeii'i ' Moore, Upper Murray-stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

-?— — ^BWSSg= III ' ' ? ? ?? ? — * ~(Latl%. KtiiH). ELIZABETH-STREET, ObAlCla, CART, SHOBlNd A.ND! W GENERAL SMITH and WHEEL WEIGHT, ; HaviOK-taken over the above busman),, t r,U . ? patronage. TyreB Cat and Shut on ahprtest notice, { A Marvellous Medicjinel RELIEF IN TEN MINUTtS. Fon COUGHS, GOLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, SOEE THROATS, Etc., NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of CARRAGHEEN (Ob 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 iuflamed membrane, Breaks up Irritating Mucus, Allays Coughing, and Induces Repose. Ab a Family Medicine no house hold should be without it. Obtainable at all Chemists iu Is., Ie. 6d., and2s.6d. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Corner MURRAY & COLLINS STREETS, HOB ART. ESTABLISHED 1834. Sheridan, PHRENOLOGIST AND PHYSIOGNOMIST, MAY BE CONSULTED AT BISHOP OSBORNE&Co's, MURRAY-STR...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

S't:sj-s^fe4*'.JfcBilB@?BS3lK. %?:. Wmmmm -visability of -joining with the inhabitants of Beltana in formolatingja water scheme. BHELTm^iouses aj^o-if «ISCtod on the Belftrifre ]j#ch next Smmjafer ior the 'inje 5f*fcnlcko-*. t '?: i I : .._J V V ' BAron Hibsch has donated .657,000 to tyejfo&tontHofgtUals *ltjhip $ie last Christie MPBHAV swore in n London court recently that 'in fifteen months he haihonbr «artud £iQQ.\Vwtr. tmfortunatfl. MS.TttrTOHEL'r., thciiTe agitator, oil the question of M tees and emoluments' has been appointed Secretary of the Bellerivc Town IJoard. Tub MininqJStanpabd ought to be par ticular. When it has not the liberality to acknbwledgeari extract from The Clipper it certainly 'ought not to copy a typo graphical error. Natobei never manufactured dudes— they ' were spawned on the doorstop of fashion and fledged in th-! forests of folly. Wbat oomes of making iokes in Franohified English P Max O'Bell made a oleahaul of ^28,000 as the result of his tiro y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

fURHVlVfcE. FVlRN\T\lRt. JF YOU WANT GOOD CHEAP FURNITURE —GO TO— AYTON'S Furnishing Warehouse. AYTON'S 82 ELIZABETH-STREET, HOBART. 82. which you will find the cheapest and best house in the city TO FURNISH FROM. TRY IT. N.B. — Everything Reduced in Price, to suit the times. A LARGE STOCK OF CHEAP. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING of every description. All Goods Well Packed for the Country. Tom Appleby, BUTCHER, 327 ELIZABETH-STREET. 327. MEAT is cheap, and Torn Appleby, to retain his reputation, is selling CHEAPER THAN EVER. Heat to suit all ! Prices to suit all ! Come, one! Come, all! To TOM APPLEBY'S for a Choice Joint at your own price. SALE NOW ON. FOK CHBHP BOOTS, TRY TURNEK'S CITY BOOT MAUT, 101 Elizabeth-street. MISSING FRIEND /CHARLIE'S AUNT. — Where is she W gone ? Why, to buy a pair of Shoes at the A.N.A. Boot Mart, 107 ELIZABETH-STREET. They are the cheapest known. Ladies' Walking Shoes, from 4s. a pair. Ladies' Strong Lace Boots, from us. 9d. Gentlemen's High Lace, from 6s. 6d. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

CITY BAND. CITY BAND. POPULAR OPEN-AIR CONCERTS. SUNDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING— Afternoon (at 3), Botanical Gardens ; Evening (at £.30), Barracks. Splendid Programme, Sacred and Oparetic selections. S. ARMSTRONG, Hon. Sec. ? H. ISSELL, Conductor. TASMANIAN MILITARY BARD. Under the pitronage of His Excellency the Governor, Viscount Gonnanston, K.C.M.G. Sunday Afternoon, Uarrack Heserve. SELECTIONS by Belliui, Verdi, Ardite, Suppe ; and Intermezzo, 'Cavalleria Rusticann.' Boxes at gases. Conductor, T.W. Hopkins. W. A. REID, Hon. Sec. IF you want to find the Cheapest Butcher in Hobart, go to H. LYNCH & CO.'b, next Woodpecker Inn, Har rington-st. r* R A N D M O N S T E B CONCERT In aid of the DISTRESSED POOR of the CITY. EXHIBITION BUILDING, Queen's Domain. MONDAY NEXT, JULY 2. Tickets ONE SHILLING. S~0UTHERN TASMANIAN FOO? BALL ASSOCIATION. THIS DAY, Saturday, June 30th, 1894. NORTH V. SOUTH. At AgBociatiun Ground, Risdon. At 2.30 sharp. ^Trains leave Hobart at 2.15 and 2.50 p.m...

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Mount Huxley. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

Mount Huxley, No new developments have taken place with regard to this now uni versally acknowledged swindle, other than the further remand of Isaac B. Barker to July 3. at the instance of the Crown, the return of Samuel to Hoburt, and the arrival of the two men arrested at Zeehan, Briscoe aud Price, in Hobart, when bail was allowed. The one thing that strikes Tnii Clii-peh is that seeing that the authorities recognise that a well-laid plau of conspiracy has been broken up by tbe competency, combined with the sterling honesty and straightfor wardness of Mr. Montgomery, that the necessary steps have not been taken towards getting the Sydney police to investigate matters there, and undoubtedly all books and documents connected with the syndicate Bbould unquestionably have been secured by the police authorities in both cities as soon as Mr. Montgomery's report came to hand'

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