ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clipper, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 33,927 items from Clipper, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
33,927 results
Zeehan. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

ZEEHAN. [B* our Representative.] (Jar Town Board are by present appearances ambitions to have themselves classed as Gothatnites. Things are in a frightful muddle, as a meeting which I attended shows. One of the elect, a Mr. Brooks, was run by the board, no opposition from the public being to le fore they (the public) being sick of the whole matter. Brooks, through the higher official's want of nous, osnnot take his seat till a ft*nh election is held ; therefore all the acts of the amateur parliamen tarian* till a full board is declared must be null and void. Still the board stand on their dignity, and proposals ' That the letters be not received,' are moved and carried, said letters, at least one of them I should imagine, was rather too abstruse. The writer should con fine himself to words of not more than two syllables. The Oddfellows' ball is to take place on 13th July in the A M.A. Hall. Great preparations are alreadv beinc made to make it a thorongh success, and I understand sev...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

MTM£ lUSHES, which was an,£xmbition of decidedly gtoHtontfbufc ulmmm 'waitea'ffi a--def«at, ttfayjJerhhpr be'takenns b : c*fc terion of what is to be expected of ; this team of ioobbaUors. , As a flew body of men got . Phqenix-like trgtn the ashee of the old' HolebrooV' (Upon1 Hieinerits of ^bioh opinion waeat one time eery much divided) they have wrtaMft] qficitof) favorable, comment in football circles— atatt'tmt^ it. ?' They appeared to work well and steadily together keeping their plaoa«w4,garog,abead,aB.a; drilled Nam shpultj dp, Now aqyonp who hi^s seen & well' organised .Melbourne 'team go to work wdrquite'niiderstana tlie value* of correct combination, ? and in this ' matter the^lisqi^anisBd.s.tat^.pf jthe,- teams tast year called forth frequent expressions of disapproval irom, old retired vpterans. City' sinbe ; their last matoh are streng thened F.eqr; ,gi-eat}y by. some new &4di- tipfls, as also tlfa.llaji^ay,; yet the quiet ones working consecutively mana...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A London letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

A L0NI30N LETTER. : Dbar CwwBu-r Acting upder the instructions cobveyed in yGur cable gram of 25th of May last T plated myself in direct, corftmtiflication with the Ambassador Plenipoten tiary No. 2, Tasmanian Inter national Exhibition, and was graciously accorded an interview on the afternoon of the 28th. _ The office of this impprtaut functionary is situated in 173, Westminster Chambers, S.W., uot -far- distant from those occupied : by your new Agent-General. Upon presenting mV card I was informed hy the usher in waiting, that His Ex cellency was iu close conference with the Marquis of Sligo, and the Earl of Montressor, relative to an exhibit of real Cork butter, aud would I take a seat in the ante-room until the interview was concluded ; to this I only naturally acceded, knowing full well that to an ener getic representative like Mr. R.B. Packer time was of considerable moment. Upon glancing round the room I noticed that Tasmania was well to the front, at least in pictoral repres...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE PRINCESS GOLD MINING CO., NEAR MOUNT HUXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 June 1894

THE PRINCESS GOLD MINING CO., NEAR MOUNT HUXLEY. The Princess Qold Mining Co. is situated on the Princess Hirer about 21 miles from Stralian. A tunuej has been driven into the hill, which is some 200ft. high, about 400ft. beiug thp main level, a reef showing good gold hret being cut about 330ft. from mouth of tunnel, averaging about 2ft. Sin. thick; course about 15. and W., the reef beiug driven on to the company's boundary tome 60ft. The stone was all supposed to be stoped out to the surface. A wince about 40ft, being 6unk, no payable gold being got in the stone, sinking was die :ou tjnued, and all work being stopped, and the lease allowed to expire, the ground was forfeited, and the present holders, Miasrs. Grim'qg and party, iccuved the section, but have done litt|p work beyond taking out a block of stone that the last company had overlooked, anil crushed, which went over lildwt. to the ton, which wns very good, considering (be imperfect State of Mie b»ttc;y,and I)ave followed th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

Boxing. A boxing match foi a purse and side wager came off in the rooms of the Hobart Athletic Club between Kennoally aud Cooper, hailing from Olenorchy. Both men had been in training for some time, and the result was a game contest, Cooper winning in the seventh round. Very little soionce was shown by either man, both relying on main strength to pull them through. The contest was very even throughout. In the seventh, which nroved the last round Cooper forced matters, and managed to get home on Kenneally, whose seconds wisely threw up the sponge. J. Evans acted as referee, and J..P. Eyan as timekeeper. The proceedings were orderly through out. The many friends of that popular re tired ped., Jack Flanagan, of the British Hotel, will regret to hear that he con templates giving up business, and with that end in view he has placed his well known hotel in the market. Jack was always ready to support sport in every way, and would back his opinion for a solid sum. Full particulars are give...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XXI.—AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

BLACK DINGO. [Br J. J. Shbeidan.] CHAPTER XXI.— At Last. Just one year after the death of Smiles the young clergyman and Mary — now his wife — were stand ing near the grave wherein the old man slept. Many tLings had occurred in the meantime. Black Dingo's body had been found in Yarra Glen, and the marks of fingers on the throat were plainly visible. Smiles had been buried and forgotten by the border folk, save as a tradition. Alfred had married Mary, in spite of the sneer* and whispers of the Flingites, and their union had proved quietly happy. Mary never quite recovered from the effects of her contact with the grim outlaw, she seemed to have lost the elas ticity of youth and suddenly taken on the manners of middle age. Alfred was improved by the ordeals through which he had passed. He was milder, and rarely gave way to the impulsive outbursts, so much disapproved of by Smiles. lie could eater into the woes of others and soothe the world-worn spirits as he never could before. His fa...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

4* P. T- Conrad {Late W. Head's), HWZABETH-STEEET, COAGH, -5AET, SHOEING AJJI GENERAL SMITH aud WHEEL WEIGHT, j Having taken over the above bueiuBsf earnestly solicits a, share of pupil patronage. Tyres Cut and Shut on shortest n office A Marvellous , Medicine! RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES For COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, Etc., NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of CARRAGHEEN (Or 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, Allay* Coughing, and Induces Repose. As a Family Medicine no house hold should be -without it. Obtainable at all Chemists in Is., is. 6d., and2s.6d. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Corner MURRAY & COLLINS STREETS, HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. Sheridan, PHRENOLOGIST AND PHYSIOGNOMIST, MAY BE CONSULTED AT BISHOP OSBORNE &Co's, MUEEAT-STE...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

'T'HEATKE BOIAL, HOBART. Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor, Lord (jfoimahston. MONDAr,7uLY9, 1894. Ketum Visit and Farewell Performance i of the popular actor, Mr. i WALTER BENTLEY, ' Supported by a specially selected company of talented Australian Artists, Under the management of Mr. MANFRED ROSE. j Positively for NINE NIGHTS ONLY. MONDAY and TUESDAY, July 0 and 10, 'NOS INTIME S,' . A translation from the French of Sardou, ] 'A Play for All time.' - WEDNESDAY, July 11, A WIFE'S PERIL, ( Doors open at 7.15, performance com- ; taenoing punctually at 8 o'clock, and concluding at 10.45. POPULAR PRICES: ] Dress Circle, 3s. ; Stalls, 2s. ; Pit, Is. Box PJan now open at Susman's. , TASMANIAN MILITARY BAND. Under ihe patronage of His Excellency the Governor, Viscount Gormanston, K.C.M.G. , Sunday Evening next, Barrack Reserve. /CLASSICAL PROGRAMME. i V- CLASSICAL PROGRAMME. Boxes at gates. Conductor, T.W. Hopkins. ' ? TV. A. REID, Hon. Sep. SOUTHERN TASMANIA...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

MARKETS. No alterations this week. Fat Stock ? Prime beef up to 23s. per 100 lb., good beef 18s., medium He. Prime Mutton. — Rather scarce, still remains firm. Up to 3Jd- per lb., good 2{d., medium 1 id. Prime light weight porkers up to id. per lb., baconers 3]d., sucking pigs to 5s. and 6s. each. Prime V ealerE to 4Os. Prime Lambs to 8s. Stall Stock. — Demand good for sound sheep. Cattle shows tendency foi im provement. Pigs dull of sale. Kour-tooth cress bred ewes in lamb, tolls. ; merino ewes, best sort in lamb, to 5s. and 5s. 6:1. ; merino wethers to 5s. 6d. ; Cross bred wethers to 7s. and 7s. 6d. -, ctobb bred lambs to 5s. Best bullocks with breeding and con dition, to £3 15s., others from 50s. up wards; best cows to X2 10s., others from 20s. upwards ; yfl?Qn£ oatil&^rOui 10f. to 15s. ' ' Ducks 3s 6d. to 4s., fowJs (roosters) 3t=, liens '2s. 13d., eggs 1b. 3d., butter (fresh) to Is. 2d. do. (potted) to Sd, cheese tid., bacon to 6|d; ham to 7d, potatoes to £2 2s. per toi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE SOPHIA ANN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

THE SOPHIA ANN. Considerable uneasiness has arisen in Hobart through the non-arrival of the Sophia Ann at Strahan. Captain Evans, Huddart, Parker and Co.'s Hobart manager, states that they do not share in the anxiety, and in nowise inspired the question asked in the House of Assembly on Thursday. They had not even considered it necessary to ask Reynolds and Co. to give special instruc tions to their boat to look her up. There has been a long continuance of westerly weather, and as the little steamer has 350 sheep aboard they feel certain she has sought shelter, and. the owners have every reliance In the skipper, who is one of tbe smartest men in the trade. The early fixture of the New South Wales general elections, July 17, is looked upon as another Dibbiomania trick ; but thsL,abor party are not taken by surprise. PfTTOWy ttitf thrda&ued sttosreijs Blrjkb Supplies the k'ey to the butty dissolution.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WALTER BENTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

WALTER BEN'fLEir. The Scottish community in Australia have been to the fore, naturally enough, in complimenting Mr. Walter Bentley upon his successes during- bis tour. When, however, it is considered how it has been eel down as characteristic that this laudation of a compatriot only fol lows more general acceptance, the tribute of praise receives double value. A recent mail brings from Sydney the following address presented to Mr. Bentley : — 'Highland Society of New South Wales, Sydney. Mr. Walter Bentley.— Dear Sir, — On the eve of your departure from Sydney we desire, on behalf of the High land Sociaty of New South Wales, and especially on behalf of ourselves and fellow councillors to express the pleasure we have received from your visit to this city, because of the pleasant social inter course we have enjoyed as well as having bad the pleasure of witnessing your de lineations of some of the highest and most difficult characters to render in the wide range of dramatic literature....

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

Hoiden Hubbub. Kach »nd every mortal Lour it lasts, In this ?umwrj the infinite liubbnb traalaclcened, LABOR BROUGHT TO BAY. Labour is in arms in tbe United States, fighting against the railway combines and trusts. President Cleveland having issued instruc tions (bat the leaders should be captured for conspiracy, has been met by open defiance, *pd strikers captured a poese of 250 marshals and 75 sheriffs' deputies. l.ne unions threaten to stop labor throughout the States if tbe awijst of the leaders is persisted in by the Government. Traffic is stopped on the roads, and provisions are at famine prices, and strong forces of the Federal troops are massed in Chicago and Sacramento City, with orders to use Gatlings and Hotch kiss guns to coerce tbe strikers. That such a state of affairs should exist illustrates the terrible lengths to which workers are being driVen by the millionaire rings, and makes comment unnecessary when it is remembered that there are forty four State Legislatures ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

'-3LA-5KE^Y. ' But still bia tongue ran op, And, with itBurerliBttngolaok, Set ill men's ears upon the raik.'— Hddibbu. A No Liability Company ;The Mount Huxley Conspiracy aud Ejalting Oonpauy. Wubk are grass widows the freshest? In tbc Spring, of course. ?. '' TUB only zoological collection in Etoburtt The talking asies in Parliament Bpitse^ The most difficult instrument to play iu a trio, one performer being a lady — second fiddle. On the n-arpatb : The Mozarts. They want a bit of the fur of the orreen-oved cat of the Wail. When the French pictures are hung in the Exhibition our social purity Ass will bray at the naked truth and w.int to cover it up with flumsy shoddy. The Mt. Uoaxley barker has been let loose. The Clipper agrees with Peddei1 (ind Co. that it is not the dog that should be whipped. It is his master— and that's the rub. The lato Sir John Bray, exAgent General of South Australia, was a native of Adelaide, and his father was a boot maker. Bboon is thicker than water; ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ZEEHAN. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

ZEEHAN. j[BY TELEG1UM.] From our Special Hepbekkntative. Friday Night. 1 have visited Oonah and inspected various workings which the manager is having put in order. Judicious pros pecting is being done, but there is no payable ore in sight. Strongly advise abandonment of present mine, but a main shaft should be sunk on site as marked on plan, that being the best wav to make the Oonah a dividend-paying mine. No news of Sophia Ann, and there have been no mails fora week. Thk six English plays which arc re ported to have drawn the most money for theatrical manager* urc 'East Lyuue.' 'Uncle Tom's Cabin,' 'The Green Hushes,' 'The Colleen llawn,' 'The Lady of Lyon,' and ' The Shaughrann.' Of these six East Lynne aud ' Uncle Tom's Cabin' hnve drawli more money thlin all tucdlhe'r four put {together.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COQUETTES; OR, THE MATRON AND THE MAID. THE SAME OLD GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

- ! GdoWntS: OR, THE MATRON AND THE MAID. THE SAME OLD GAME. It's played all the world over, arid iibt to be altogether behind the age in which they live two gay youths of BagdaJ quite reivntly took a hand m it. Their honors cgn^isted in being two bright pnr tieularsiars of the orchard-bedecked village atid they deemed they held a flashy having fascinating (( fmii ati tuna ' mplt-.incr 'Kbnwn nvea and a f and of small talk. Tbeir's was indeed a small world to con quer ; but they did it aud bedecked with victor's laurel these Lothario Alexanders sighed for fresh worlds to conquer. The fates were kind and provided too delectable morsels in the forms of n goodly ranlrou aud a buxom daughter. Morn, noon, and night did the amorous pair lay per sistpuf, piego to the apparently willing fair ones'. How they ding donged their pleadings it would be a ruthless act to unfold. The ladies being at first amused aud flattered at tlieadvances^tnado upon their hearts ; then somewhat piqued, and nause...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE MOUNT HUXLEY CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

the mpt huxley Conspiracy. Tbe discharge from custody last Satur day pi the three arrested men— -JJarker, BriBOoe, andiPjaoe— has naturally caused a considerable amount of indignation, and the Government, police, and all oon neoteo witb/Tthe matter Jiyve been severely condemned. From enquiries, we find that tb-,whole matter has been bungled in a niatmer reflecting but little credit npon the authorities, and it is ' even questionable whether the Govern ment has not laid itself open to actions for damages in connection witt me arrests. No judgment appears to have heen exercised, and the men were simply nounced upon as if it were a murder case, rather than a well laid plan of ~C6n spiracy. All power was given into Chief Commissioner Shaw's hands to work up the case, and from the first the same line of conduct which marked the Brighton railway atrocity was apparent. Instead of working in conjunction with the city police, Mr, Pedder was informed that Hie case ma outside of his jurisdicti...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SPORT. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

?'..' Most.;:;.:'. [I?r T&H .?QwiJ , fywm fO«oi«E. , National HurdleJ&ee. - Foremost in the ?mlndB of the majority I / |)f *h&'»--#ti*liftn spbrtingjjujjlio t»-day '?j/isfthT: #raiid tlJa#onal' Burble, /Tlaoe. « Itferytning points to the -field being- up ?-to, fpEmer^yearS) as there jar«(*tilli 25 /WmJT# ib,]tmd haying raid :$)e final '?'forfeit they will .jjrobflfly hate a, out ip for the prize.- ?'Themost notable wjth i ,4rawals prinK; the j«reeK, ware meonon j 4n4 Gapfein Webb; tie former not*eing quite ready, m$ the latter having gone , Wrong. ' Xepfflans has spratched Assool-1 ate, whfohleaVes him with a' single representative in Pro Consul, whose chance I don't fancy. Saving completely summarised the weights in a former issue 1 will wind op by attempting to spot the winner. I will plies them APSLEY or BILL ? 1 Cadet.. ? 2 - Ixion or The Pioneer ... 8 : The hurdleracer Rushlight lias been sold to Mr. J. Gove for 80gs., his destina tion being India. Mr. D...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE QUEEN MUDDLE. ADJOURNED MEETING AT ZEEHAN. ZEEYHAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

THE QUEEN MUDDLE. ADJOUEKED MEETING AT ZEEHAN. [BY TELEGKAM.] [Fbok our Special.] Zeehan. Friday. The adjourned meeting of the Queen shareholders was held at Finns's Hotel on Wednesday night, Mr. Black being in ihe chair. Mr. Jack Armstrong, ore buyer, was selected fis local director, and his name is to he forwarded to special Hobart meeting for confirmation. Messrs. Wenriey and McKay said that they were going to Hobart to attend the meeting. Mr. McKay was of opinion that a special audit of the books was necessary, as BOtne ugly rumors were about, one being that the company was over £5000 in debt. The meeting were agreed that a thorough change of management was requisite, and that Mr. A. J. Taylor's party being the strongest should be sup ported.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WHO CAN TELL? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

WHOCArTELlE The belle of the ball flit Gopping. ton. The Greoian maid created an impression; but why wasn't jfce Wattle HIM gipsy ft twelfth *t:a century yonnger. ' ' ''' Tbe artificer that made a1 'Ton Bridge look obarmingas;a oHuging ivy and evolved a mystery put of tne sister. ., ; ? ! WhpMary Queen pf Sools, de served her fate and was beheaded by public vote. That the schoolmaster fltuok to shop and knew a thing or two *s the Varsity Student. Does young Hodgson want a mount for the Benedict Stakes. How long it would take to classify the motley residue and if 'Day arid Night' wan up to his ripntation. What it takeB to oil the palm of justioe in inniutiuiit. The managing direotor of the Mount Hoaxley Conspiracy and Salting Company. Tbe name of the denouncer of the 11 enrsed tiflfficing for Votes ' who buttonholed two members outside', the House of Assembly' jon Wednes day night week. Why have Pedder and Co. not requested Samuel to explain where he got that, wonderfnl Liverpool str...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

Union Line of Steamers. 'THK Largest and Best Appointed Fleet * of Steamships in the Southern 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 : HOBART TO SYDNEY. Tho8.fi. 00NA.H, W. J. FeATHERSTONE, Couimaiider, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates. Next sailing TUESDAY, July 10, at 9 p.m. HOBART TO MELBOURNE. The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne, next Bailing being ?— The b.b. WAKATIPU, SATURDAY, July 21. LAUNCEBTOn'tO MELBOURNE. The b.s. PATBBNA, H. Sams, Commander, MONDAY, July 9, at 2 p.m. THURSDAY, July 12, at 9.30 a.m. FOR NEW ZEALAND. First Steamer : The s.8. HAUB0T0, On MONDAY, July 9. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company run a regular monthly service from Sydney to San Fr...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x