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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

BROWNELL BROS'. 14th Great HALF-YEARLY SALE is now on.

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

FREE SPEE6H. BANKING AND DEMOCRACY. Perhaps there is nothing that is tending to lift the Labor party into public esteem in the face of the liberal besmirching it is daily re ceiving from the self-styled leading Press and Conservative leaders than the broadness of its sympathies, at one time only too truly accused of never seeing beyond the wage question it has learned in the severest and best school, Necessity, and to-day stands in -he first rank on the broad platform of Reform, in all matters that injuriously affect either the classes or the individual. Not as the self-seeking political party ; but as the diligent searcher after the truth. Thus it is that its ranks are being strengthened from all sections of society, and in the mainland colonies and New Zealand it is able to stand its own ground against the most powerful capital istic combinations that can be brought against it on the hustings, and in New Sonth Wales we have the singular i ncident of a bank manager being temporaril...

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

NOTICES. Tbb Clipfsb 1b published every Saturday morning. The Clipper is {thoroughly iiidepeudeut. It is pledged to no party. Teh Clipper has for its object the dlsBemina tlop ol honest politloal thought. The Ourrut caters to supply racy and uieful information. Advertisements are inserted at moderate rates. Special terms (or contract advertisements. Tbk Clipped is the most popular and widely circulated paper in Hobart. It drcuhvtes right through the island. It is therefore a most valu able advertising melium, Contributions invited. All communications to be addressed to the Editor of The Clipper, 16 Elieabeth-street, Sobort. Subscriptions: 2s. per half-year, pay able in odvauce. Country subscribers may for ward payment in stamps or p jstalnotes. AQENCIES. We are opening up Ageuoie for the Sale of The Clipper in all country towns. Our subscribers will oblige by uotifviag to the proprietors eligible people or firms in townships in which an ageney Los not been already opened. TO SUBSCRI...

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

THE JUNIORS. Owing to the weather and counter attractions, the Juniors were very poorly patronised last Saturday. However, some very interesting matches were played, and my anticipations again proved correct. Tbe winning teams last Saturday were Hobart, N. Hobart and Glenorchy. Fixtures for to-day:— N. Hobart v. Fitzroy, Hobart v. Carlton, Union Jack v. (Henorchy. Perkins of Olenorchy disqualified for 3eason — should nave taken my. advice. With good training, Carltoa ie as good as any of them. St'ffy Hill played fairer on Saturday. Herb. Summers is a real beauty, and the fairest iu the Juniors. Bob Scott, the most consistent man in the Carlton. Whitby, old man, keep your men away from the refreshment room. Buck Buchanan is the makings of a good umphe, but allows too many neck holds. Porpoise Langford is invincible. Beasley managed his team well, and played a splendid game, bar shooting for goal. Hepburn kicked two nice goals for Glenorchy, and played a good forward game. Lynca graft...

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

Football Flashes. Despite the inclement state of the weather a good crowd assembled to witness the contest between North and South on the Riedon ground last Satur day, and a great game was the result. The general opinion of old footballers was to the effect that had it been a fine day the North must bave won. As it was they bad none the worst of it — they played a splendid game and. putmemucn in mind of tfae Essendou's play. The men were always in their places and worked well together, and when next these teams meet I shall expect to see the result of last Saturday's play re versed. The first words that came from the train as she slowed into the station weie ' BU' me, Lukey, how are yer ? ' Chinny Norman played a good game, but missed some good chances to score. Well, you see he's only so high, that's a'. The Doctor played for all he was worth, and Airshed up by giving the boys a dose of Uneta in the evening. The North passed the ball well and quick. The juniors bave decided to post...

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

A Live Jumper. It's a matter of proportion, that's what it in; and when you come to gauge a thing's speed by its size, where's your bird aud your man, and your railroad alongside of a tlea r1 The fastest man can't run more than ten miles in au hour — not much over ten thousand times his own length. But all the books says any common, urunuuj, vuuu class tlea can jump a hundred and fifty times his mvn length ; yes, and he can make five jumps a second, too — seven hundred and fifty times his own length iu one little second ; for he don't fool away any lime stoppiug and starting— ho does them both at the same time ; you'll see if you try to put your finger on him. Now that's a common, ordinary third-class flea's gait ; but you take an Eyctalian first - class tint's been the pet of the nobility all his life and hasn't ever knowed what, want or sickness or exposure was, aud be can jump more than three hundred times his own length, and keep it up ail day — five such jumps every second — wh...

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

Mostly up North. [By Cablos.^] The best advertised man in Northern Tasmania just now is the peripatetic purveyor of a mysteri ous compound called the Canadian perpiane powder. Some few weeks ago excited crowds nigluly assem bled, ou the Market Green to witness the magical performance of making the blind to see, the lame walk, and the deaf to hear. Another astound ing feat of his was the removal of troublesome molars with an ease and rapidity that seemed to disarm criticism, aud it was always done with a brass band accompaniment, while it would appear special in structions were giveu to piny double forte when be was in the act of yanking out a stubborn «r'nder. This unique entertain ment drew like a blister for a time, and the wily French-Canadian raked in the shekels like a '' shent per slieut ' loan office. Now, how ever, he is performing a disgorging act, and the gold so easily won with one powuer is mown away wiru another. The doctor is an ardent sportsman, and considers himself ...

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

Mining Notes and Tips. [Bt Gnome.] In dealing with the lesson to be learned from the Monnt Huxley swindle, a. mining contemporary calls attention to the fact that in South Africa the principal mining men and the principal mining com Sanies have formed a Chamber of lines, 'which practically tends to the welfare of the industry.' The object of the Chamber is to promote and protect the mining interests of the South African Republic ; ' to consider all questions connected with the mining industry, and to promote public discussion thereon ; to promote legislative or other measures affecting such mining in dustry ; to communicate and ex change information in mining matters with Chambers of Mines elsewhere, and with other coun tries, and to procure information as to mines, mining companies, and all matters relating thereto.' ' Had we such a body here, it would have sent its own expert directly the exaggerated reports had been made settled the matter once and for all.' That a Chamber of Min...

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

'Stage and Platform On Friday last the Town Hall was fairly filled by an appreciative audience brought thither to do honor to the young Victorian elo cutionist who is rapidly coming into prominence as an exponent of that high art. 'With much fore thought he diversified bis enter tainment with the aid of superior local talent. The programme was somewhat disjointed owing to the unavoidable absence of. Mr. Brad shaw Major, which necessitated re arrangement. The piano and violin duet was extra classical, and required con siderable knowledge of such a class of composition to distinguish it from one of the earlier studies in the instruction book. Oratorical recital. — In this piece Mr. Alexander displayed consider able elocutive power, and most ably exemplified the denunciatory stage of the art, with rich clear voice and perfect intonation. ' Do you remember,' by Mrs. Geo. Huston, was well rendered.' If this lady would make a study of the tremolo taught in the Italian Conservatori her sin...

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

Political Spot : Strokes, Dobsonia'B champion muck-raker and sludge Blnger; Windfall Hartnoll. DeadSea apples : The labor covenants of the Mining Aots. A. chimera : The silver streak in the clouds of dep'uMBion whilst the mining labor covenants remain unenforoed. Tbe Order ot the Bathj Keep your hands clean. * . Thejnan.*fJiliefamous*t»t«»tteryjpo^ tract : Hedley Washington. Great Scot ! but only ft button. Wrnnff rules the land and waiting Justice sleeps. The Examinkb has the brass cnoek to write up a leader on the stationary con tract. Taking a leaf out of the Hoaxley The amount of instalments falling due from 1894 to 1908 for lauds sold by pri vate contract and by auction under the Waste Lands Act, 1870- 1889, and the Crown Lauds Act, 1890, totals 48o2,816. How is this for champion vinegar r Crosby would put an uugraduated income tfix an every man and woman in the community. Even the servant girls would have to ante up and look pleasant over it. Ain't hen sour old *un. Tho colony...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A CLUB PROSECUTED. UNLAWFULLY SELLING LIQUORS. ZEEHAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

A CLUB PROSECUTED. UNLAWFULLY SELLING LIQUORS. [BY TELEGRAM.] From Our Special. Zeehan', Friday Felix Burns, manager of the Pioneer Club, Zeehau, was pharged before Com missioners Hall and Morrisby, by Sub Inspector Higgine, with unlawfully selling spirituous liquors, he not being the holder of a license. Mr. Omant, of Urquhart and Omant, appeared for de fendant, who pleaded not guilty. After evidence being taken, the Commissioners found him not guilty, remarking that evidently Burns ran the club loosely, and he therefore advised more caution as to the election of new members and attention to rules, etc. To-day Burns was again proceeded against by Sub-Inspector Higgins for keeping a disorderly house on June 24, between midnight and four o'clock. Pro ceedings were taken under the Police Government Act, and defendant was found guilty, and lined £1, and bound over under a JB10 surety for 12 months. When the ' navy ' was before the House of LordB it was whimpered that H.tt.H. York would...

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A STIRRING ADDRESS. LABOR AND CAPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

A Stirring Address. r: ... .' JLASBOB - A!N 0 iOAPtTAL.' , A^4ti»ifti''?rM :#eliTOMc('jii;'/Mt\ 'C. LiiB6gan'B4'*6wn Sail, * Qmach, Glasgow, ,on , April 1L , under! i the 'ausjnofcfpf ^ OmaA Catholic Iiitei»f:y ABBociBtibn.1 Tlxp lecturer, : ytlip wi^p ^eoeiVjjd ivith %??$ cp eer* ' td^tei^T^lrittlti evojutfdp of Society ' greait'fdrces have always dominated ? ?m/iSu- t.Knir liavn mnn front. maoes to either JoSjees. These liaye cop-, !\ft^'tti?' 'y^rk.of -W; Great; De- . simier' of tW tTni verse, *' who did ' not make 'the world for a jest,' and who, 'seeing the end from the tJegipiW, weaves the ages, as it ' WjCre, ip HU'lpom.' The three great 'fdroespf historic times hare been Afwtute Despotism, Feudal Mili tarism, and Commercial Competi tion. The first is gone, the second is going from our social system, but the ttiird is in almost absolute bosses'sion of bur social organisation. Let us examine its operations; and,, results^' ii|eg|nnuigwif,h flie.Wars of the '^|es, opmmerce hee ...

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

Cycling Notes. The 2-mile /'race at the Upper Cricket Ground last Saturday was productive of much rain, grit, bad language, dirty bikes, and fun ; but from a spectator's point of view it was a miserable crawl round ; ouly four competitors faced tbe Blatter : — Maycs scratch, Ciipps 110, Marodeu 110, Cruickshank 120. Marsden made the pace for the first four laps, but was passed by ' Crooky ' in the fifth, who was ncer paBsca, ana eveacuauy won ae be liked by 30 yds. Mats 1 en came second 5 yards in front of Maycs. It is to be hoped that in future the officials will show more scutsc in postponing a race in such filthy weather. The Tasmanian Wail as usual gave us in last Saturday's issue something funny — the idiot who writes 'about unsctcwiug a rivet is about as rich as the man who put a patch ou the outside of his tyre when he had a puncture. ? The third football match of the season was played at Gleno;chylast Saturday between Mr. Bennett's school and Mrs. Semmelhack's school, result...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A STRETCHER OR, A LITTLE CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 7 July 1894

A STRETCHEl Oil, A LITTLE OHA.T|JER. If threatened with the choice of a life insurance agent's yarn or a flowing- bowl of mud Cascade, the Oii^pisr would tafca -$he tangle far choice, though even Jjijiat is against thegrain, owing |bt», -Japing indulged in liB&vy draughts jtfjNtlie regenerat ing tn^uence fo)m'Jjgj|j^urnps of Brothel's John'm^Bff'lKid Burke luring the week, aud there's a sort if friendly regard sprung up be bween the brothers and ourselves. We admire downright ness, and the man particularly that conaes from Sheecawgo tells a yarn about giving Brother Joe a fiver to make things hum in tbe mountains withj^e gods the little fishes, and goddesBeslittle Kitties, and is not above owning up that he is travelling on the game, Mid if you don't ante up a thrumbo to pay bis expenses, well, there's the door, or you can sit quiet and do the other thing, is a man that warms the cockles of our hearts, even in winter, and the Clipper ain't above doing him justice by recognis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE WALLABY. CHAPTER I. PREPARING TO START. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

On the Wallaby, CHAPTER I. PREPAEIKG TO STAUT. Waking from a pleanant after dinner snooze, I was startled by an astounding query from my bopoful eldest-born, ' Can you cut hair, father, and were you over a barber F' ' Can you get a Charterhouse scholarship, you young rascal ! and where do you get yonr cheek from ? I'm sure it isn't from me ; it must be from your mother,' said I. ' I wish, my dear, you would not drink port ; I'm euro it's not good for you,' said a gentle voice. ?' It always make you talk in yonr sleep, aud you have been talking about cutting hair and 'humping }rour swag,' whatever that delightful occupation may be ; but there is the gong for prayers.' I fear my thoughts v.audered, and that on that night oven a glorious chapter of Isaiah, brenth iug the divine spirit of poetry of nn inspired aud enraptured prophet, moved me but little : my thoughts wandered, — ' My heart, my heart beat back On the dead year's shadowy track,'— and 1 was leaving Melbourne by night, 'hum...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

V tobtot nice mf»--ww* jwfl^-roR NELSONS warded * m #* mwmnmtm . CEUBBRSEOICniEVBBT. ?;??-'? [PURE INDIAN CHINA&CEYUJN TEAS PROCURABLE THE CLIPPER! PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Tl 1 K ORG AN OF TUB PBO'l^E, , : FUN FOR THE MSOPJjE. the BjssivsjPpmjra_PAPj?ft IJ^THBUDtWT, THE BRIGHTEST $1X PAGES OF READIN& ENLARGED, ENLARGED. ENLARGED. THE ONLY PAPER THAT IS TASMANIAN. The 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 RETUBN WE HAVE GIVEN THEM BIGGER VALUE FOR A PENNY! A PENNY! A PENNY! Printing and Publishing Office : J6 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. Representatives : Launceslon — C. A. MORRIS, Patterson-street. Zeeban — JAS. McARTHUR, HOBAUT AGENTS : Legrand, Colu'us-etreet. B. Sliannon, Liverpool-street. E. Jackson, Liverpool-street. T. L. Hood, Liverpool-street. Mrs. Slicchy, Murray -Btrect. Moore, Upper Murray-street. E. A. Jackson. Elizabeth-street. Luckma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

J. P. T. Conrad (Late W. Bead's), ELIZABETH-STREET, COACH, CABT, SHOEING AND GENERAL SMITH and WHEEL WRIGHT, V Having taken ovor the above busiuesH, '' earnestly eolicits a share of publio patronage. Tyros Cut and Shut on shortest n otico A Marvellous Medicine ! RELIEF IN UN MINUTES. Foe 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 6oothes the inflamed 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 in Is., 1b. 6d., and 2s. 6d. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Corner MURRAY & COLLINS STREETS, HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. Sheridan, PHRENOLOGIST AND PHYSIOGNOMIST MAT BE CONSULTED AT ' BISHOP OSBORNE & Co's, MURR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

CHEAP MEAT still to be had at H. LYNCH & CO.'S, Next Woodpecker Inn, Harringlun-st. Thanking all for past favors, trust for a continuance of Panic. f ' OOK~~ANL- UJAllJC-^MKAf 'HAS L/ HISKN. but we are still LOW DOWN IN PiUCE— Quality Mill Up. A. TYLER &? CO., 3:i_C-uiipbell-stroot, 'TPHE Straight Tip for a Uood TAILOR 1 —A. 11AWL1NS0N, Collins-st. Clothes neatly Repaired, Cleaned and Pressed. ? F~ OR CHE4.P BOOTS, TRY TURNER'S CPT Y HOOT MART, ? 101 Elizabeth-street. ? V31OYCLE FOE SALE. Cushion tyred ?LJ Cheap. Apply CliWee office. Perfected Life Insurance. SEND FOR PARTICULARS OK THE LATEST AND HE8T FORM OF CONTRACT. ? The Tontine Instalment Policy 1SSUKD BV The Equitable LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY or the U.S. IS EUZABKTH ST, HOUA1IT. A. GRAHAM WALD, Manager. HTHEATRE ROYAL, HOBART. Undor the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor, Lord GorniaiiBton. Second Week and Continued Success WALTER 'bENTLEY, And his specially selected company of talented Artis...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

MARKETS. No alterations this week. Fat Stock. — Prime beef up to 22s. 6d. per 100 lb., good beef 18s., medium 14s. Prime Mutton. — Rather scarce, still remains firm. Up to 3jd. per lb., good 2Jd., medium 1 id. Prime light weight porkers up to 4'd. per lb., baconers 3Jd., sucking pigs to 6s. and Cs. each. Prime Vealers to 4Os. Extra Prime Lambs to 13s. Stall Stock. — Demand good for sound sheep. Cattle shows tendency foi im provomont. Pigs dull of sale, Four-tooth cress bred ewes in lamb, to 12s. ; cross bred ewes with lambs at foot, ]5s. 9d. ; 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. ; cross bred lambs to 6s. Best bullocks with breeding mid con dition, to £3 15s., others from 50s. up wards s best cows to £2 10s., others from 20s. upwards ; young cattle troin 10f . to 15s. Ducks 3s Gd., fowls (roosters) 3s, (hens) 2s. Gd., eggs Is. 3d., Imtter (fresh) Is. 2d., do. (potted) to CJd, choose 4M., bacon to 6Jd;...

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SPORT. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

SPORT. FBy the Owl.] EVENTS TO COME. To-day— Victoria Racing Club Grand National Steeplechase. When the news came through from Flemington last Saturday that Parkham had won the Maiden Steeplechase every true Tasmanian sportsman said 'We done, Carter.' To invade Victorian soil and win first time of asking is quite a rare occurrence with Tftsraanlans of late years, and it is with pleasure I have to note the victory of a horse belonging to such a straight-going sportsman as the above-named gentleman. An objection has been raised against tbe owner of Parkham reoeiving the Btakes, on the ground that he had won a maiden hurdle race before starting at Flemington. The objection is very likely to prove fatal as far as the stakes are concerned, but as the protest was not lodged till the following Monday, it will not affect bete, which means a matter of about a thou sand pounds to Parkham's owner. The racing at Flemington was quite up to former Grand National meetings, good fields being the or...

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