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LETTERS OF S.A. TYER No. XI. To VISCOUNT CORMANSION, K.C.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

?fiftisisiii ?' to ^O^ttiSiatiifsf bsr ;;, , 6 ittaU iijKKij(jAflii.« yiof K cpngratulaUo'ou un the pane, and. BpO tlii ^ in fitting, that olio wLose1 life has beeii pBefiefl itr the business iWt 9B 'tlip -Jjpi'pg .'of'.'Wfi classic. J)erwonti and indeed 1 1 «ra..the more doliglited at your presence in our midst, because it jgjtfes 1110 a chance to gjiietly iijfetrnct yon in'jttie art of governing .a . .people ' whose Jives remind as we can make -.our own sublime;' ' Although I am fiome what Jatojii the day, .ppVmit me to wish 'you many happy rejturns of your biithday, which you celebrated on June 1st. You are now 57 years old, having been born in thc.Very year 'in which He- \ Jtpsfc SujjiUnV and Gracious Majesty, Queen iVij;-, toria, etc., came to the 'throne. X intend iu-an!unoBtont£ti6us^&,wner! fa these fetters to c$v-y yo£ Vck to the yew-. ,1788, apd. to .depict scenes frani the earlier history of : Australia for your instruction and benefit.' It way surprise you to lea...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOSTLY UP NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

Mostly up North. Another public meeting in con nection with tbe Electric Light and Wnter Bill now before Parliament, which has, of course, reference mainly to the lighting of the city of Launceston with electricity, was held at the Albert Hall on Monday eveuing last. We are getting more fun out ot this electric ugtu dusi ? neBS than we could expect at the beet regulated circus or a Hagley ploughing match, aud we shall not be done with it for a year or two yet. It is amusing how the local papers report meetings of tbis kind. The organ that runs ia the alder manic interests dishes the whole thing off in a bally rot sort of way, and treats an enthusiastic meeting of citizens as if it were an unregis tered chicken fight. They have got the wrong end of the stick right enough, and they will find out their little mistake pretty soon. The once popular ' people's paper ' has completely turned dog on about, seven-tenths of tho citizens, en 1 they will realise this solid fact directly. It's a ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MINES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 14 July 1894

MlNESiND THEIR Management. IBvMixLit.T When a theatrical manager goes to England on pleasure and busi ness find wants a star actress or two, it 'is said thai tlie lirst (jucs tion put to the aspir.int for Aus tialiau fame is 'Show me vour S'.'andnls.' By all appearances mine 'ra a navel's have a .similar query put to them before appoint ment,' l-;What are your failures previous (o this tf ' I'^roni t'2().O00 to LC17.')j0SJiJ fnttered, away iu mines or works connected therewith ap po.irfi to be A wurmntj of ability to manage mines in Tasmania. The more ininc-.s or works that have jrono cronk under their niaimge nicnt'(.C) the better ijiialificd they are to ' rtcttlo the hush ' of any thing lieiw M-;n whose antece dentH ciro anything but rosy ; men whose i«i-oHk should have earned tlicm the reward thuf. the Hnxlcy hernee did not ftpt, for tin ir lies 1o rlieir cmployerfi (Hie fsliKrcholders) hnve. tbo offrontL-ry— their only , s'o :k-in-ti'ado— -to munngc mines and manipulate the ivis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

IF YOU LIKE MCE TEA ASK YOUR I5RHGER FORr NELSON m dSIIDATL^ CEUBRATED&THE BEST ; PURE INDIAN CHINA* CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE ? THE TlIPF£¥| PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, THKOR&AN OF THE PEOPLE. FUN FOR THE PEOPLE. THE BEST SPORTING PAPER IN THE COLONY. TEE BRIGHTEST SIX PAGES OF READING. ENLARGED. ENLARGED. ENLARGED. i THE ONLY PAPER THAT IS TASMANIAN. The Clipper IS NEITHER SORTH 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 1 A PENNY! Printing and Publishing Office: )6 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. Representatives : Launceston — G. A. MORRIS, Patterson-street. Zeeban — JAS. McARTHUR. HOBAET AGENTS : Legrand, Collins-street, B. Shannon, Liverpool-street. R. Jackson, Liverpool-street. T. L. Hood, Liverpool-street. Mrs. Sheehy, Murray-street. Moore, Upper Murray-street. E. A. Jackson. Elizabeth-street. Luckman, Elizabeth-street. ...

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ON THE WALLABY. CHAPTER I. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

On the Wallaby. CHAPTER I. (continued.) ' Henceforth I cease to be a gentleman,' said Frank, as we emerged from that prince of res taurants slightly flashed with fiery draughts. ' A spade, a rake, a hoe, A flail, or what you will ; And here's a ready hand. To ply the needful tool,'— said I bravely ; ' bat hanged if I know how to ply it. Still, here goes. Let's pawn our clothes, pay for our lodgings, and start to-night on the Wallaby track.' ' What's the good of pawning?' said my mate, mournfully. ' We shall never want gentleman's clothes again : let us sell them outright.' And so we did ; and if Poole only knew how a gentleman of Jewish race ran down Uie works of art, and compared them unfavorably with the moleskins for which we changed, he would weep tears of just indig nation. ' The shades of night were fall ing fast,' when, sans coatfi, sans collars, bnt with oar blankets skil fully rolled op like horse-collars, and swung in colonial fashion over oar right shoulders and under our...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

J. P. T. Conrad (Late W. Read's), ELIZ ABETH-STREET, COACH, CAST, SHOEING AND GENERAL SMITH and WHEEL WRIGHT, Having taken over the above business, earnestly solioits a share of public patronage. Tyres Cut and Shut on shortest noti ce A Marvellous Medicine! RELIEF IN T£N MINUTES. Foe OOUGHS, 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, Allays 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, MURRAY-STR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

Guaranteed Investment at 5 per cent. I FOR TEN YEARS. | See the ENDOWMENT BONDS ut ( The Equitable -i LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY or the U.S. \ Backed by Assets exceeding ' £3 5,0 0 0,000. Send for particulars to the Manager, 18 ELIZABETH ST., Hojiaiu'. Monster Meeting. DILLON'S ARCADE. TO-NIGHT, 8 o'clock. | THE NEW MOVEMENT. All in work and out of work attend. Chair to be taken at S o'clock. Rev. A. Tubnbull, Convenor. 'TpASMANIAN ATHLETIC CLUB, A Liverpool-street (3 doors from Elizabeth-street). MONDAY NEXT, July 23. Boxing Contest. TAFFY' WELSH V. HARRY MILLER. Best of 10 rounds. For Five Pounds a side and gate receipts. Also 8-round go between CIRCUS DICK & ATKINSON, for Subscribed Purse; and Bouts by Local Boxers. Hon. members' tickets 2s. and Is. ? J. BAXTER, Manager. P 0 OT BALL UPPER CRICKET GROUND. GLENORCHY V. PITZROY. THIS DAY (Saturday). At 2.30 sharp. Admission, Gd. Ladies' Pavilion, Cd. ERNEST O. WILLIAMS, Hon. Sec. SOUTHERN TASMANIAN FOOT BALL ASSOCIATION. THIS DA...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

New South Wales General Elections, Considerable surprise lias attended the result of the general elections, which are stated by telegram to be :— Free- traders, 56 ; Protectionists, 30 ; Labour, 27. The disappearance of several old identities is notified. A forecast was particularly difficult, owing to the re arrangement of the seats and the immense number of rural candidates/ A most discreditable case of incest has been brought under notice of the police. Tbe accused are brother and sister. Tbe latter being apart from her husband, who it is understood intends to apply for divorce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

T^HE CHEAPEST AND BEST 1 HU l'CHEKS in the City. H. Lynch & Co. Have REMOVED to the Corner of MURRAV and WABWICK *SfEEErS. Beef, l-'id.; Mutton, 2d.; Pork, 40. Poultry and Small Goods of the best. Give us a trial. CTUNEY TA1LOK1NG AND O CLOTHING COMPANY for Gents' WHITE SHIRTS, 3s. lid., 4b. lid. & 6s. . Four-fold Linen COLLARS, Cd.; also COLORED SHIRTS, from Is. 3d. SOFT FELT HATS, from Is. lid. HARD FELT DO., 3s. lid. One trial with us will positively give satisfaction FOJt CHEU' BOOTS, TRY TDRNEU'S CITY BOOT MA11T, 101 Elisabeth-street.

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SPORT. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

sp#T. a FBr THE OWL.] &jm EVENTS TO COME. ^K To-day— Viotoria, .Amateur Tur MQb, at Caulfield. £ Jg|l The owner of Ambition musofr [aye been highly Kratifigjto see theJtOgt little sister to Hopjjjonn ooming ttOTfin the Moorefield HSgUoap at Bg»ney Valley last Thursday, ^ She o&rfton '-'» .nj Oib, AMnnoe was MfurloiU&sCreBBy carried 9-11 into second plsee, John 8. 8-11 third. This performance goes to show that 6 furlongs £? nptsfheiMMj W Ambition's tether and I am confident she will turn out quite her frrotiier'B ^uaL j Two other TasmanianB were euccesful during the week at Aspendalfl Pftjk Sterling running a dead heat with Duke of Cent for the Hurdle race, and winning the run off easily. Then oame Strahan completely spreadeftgliag his field in tint Aspendale Park Handicap. This fine horse is engaged in both Cups with the minimum weight which should enable him to run prominentiy, providing Jflf gets rid of his sulky tricks. . \ Dunkela has been scratched for t...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

(BLAeKEF^Y. 'But still Mb tongue ram on, And, wttUttB everlasting otaok, ?flat oil men's ears upon the auric'— c. . ' Hodibbib. Railway men' and eligible young ladies are of the same opinion. The nastiest man ia a Batehelor. THE.xjholera wave is spreading into liuropB. ju,ouu deaths Jiaye taken place in Canton. The late Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, of England, would not have clergymen on juries. Too biassed. A whom! company of militia were placed under arrest M Chicago for re fusing to fire. The Hobart boys and girls are too bash ful to come out of a moonlight night for fear the mau jn the moon might see them. This Cupper has solved the riddle at last. All in work and out of work are re quested to attend at Dillon's Arcade to night at eight o'clock to initiate the New Movement.' Tub spcohd chamber has its uses occasionally. It has prevented members of the New Zealand Parliament being deprived of a whiskey. Enquieies are being made why the tenders for the Government uniforms were no...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

FOOTpALi Fl|ASHE§. ''The matdb latt Saturday biffiwisen ma Railway and Kingston clubs proved a very one-sided affair. From the start it was very evident to all that the new club, was outclassed for the first quarter they made things very *nferry, butifflcr th»t lwjlway beat them , ftt lall points m (the fgame ana wnen tne last ocu rung mic miam registered — Uailway 9 ? goals, Kingston nil. * Fixtures for to-day :— City v. Kingston. Tonie Abel played for Railway, having obtained a permit. ;??:,,--.?? , Tug nefrlf tiling himself/ lib pajitf giving way savedTiim. ' ' ! ' Essendon and Port Melbourne made a draw latt Saturday., but I miss in the Essendon team some old familiar faces. Sammy was again on the ball and did useful work. Billy Abbott did his best to save the Kings. Oatlands and Brighton meet again to-day and a great game is expected. Ratty was effective on the wiug, and Tonie did his share for Railway. Chappie gave general satisfaction and deserved the thirty bob. Since I whis...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

Boxing. At Jim Baxter's rooms on Monday night Harry Miller and Taffy Welsh will enter the ring for a 10 ? round go, which should prove well worth seeing. The men are very evenly matched, and both have been training hard for the event, but knowing the hard hitting powers of Miller, I shall expect him to be declared the winner. In addition Donoghue and Atkinson will have a go to a finish, and supporters of boxing can make up their minds when these boys enter the ring they will mean business. A New Zealand atbelete called to see us, and of him we can expect to hoar of later on, he having left Hobart for a few dayR* enjoyment. On Monday last at the invitation of the Glenorchy football club, I paid a visit to Glenorchy to see the boys being put through their facings by their respected hon. trainer Jim Bradbury. The night being anything but suitable for outdoor work, an adjournment was made to a room rented by the club, and used by them &a a frea and easy, and judging by the numbe...

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THE HUNT AT BREAM CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

THE HUNT AT BREAM CREEK. A run with this newly formed pack took place on 6atn|rday, last, a large field putting in an appearance, including a sprinkling of the fair sex. Amongst those present I noticed the master, Mr. George Hildyard, on Borealis, the whip, A. Wooller, on Bosella, Miss Dodge on Free and Easy, MifisTunbridge on King Arthur, Miss Richardson on Tasman, Miss Amy TunbriElge on Fttt, Hiss Dorman on Sir Robert, Messrs. O. Allanby on Dodger, A. Hildyard on Gentle Annie, P. Bryan on Bend Or, W. . Bloomfield, jun., on Don't You Know, A. Turner on Kavenpcroft, W. CiiSord on Dipper, T. Dunbabbiu on Councillor, G. Kingston on Simon, G. Scrimger on Whisker, A. Kingston on Wool King, Alfred Brown on Stater/ 3. Stone on Anti-Fat, and tnany others I did not know. A Bbart was made from Mr. Hildyard's.at noon for a patoh pf scrub on that gentleman's ground, where a kangaroo was known to lay,' and after a few minutes' search our game is started, and the hounds «*e-off-tn full cry. We h...

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POLITICAL SPOT STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

Political Spot ? Strokes. The Labor War : Pauperdom v. Pam perdom. Tasmanian political apples : Dead sea fruit — corruption. The unemployed are seriously contem plating presenting a testimonial to the Premier— A coat of tar and feathers of the latest and most fashionable cat, trimmed with ' goose flesh.' Sick mortgages are like dead donkeys, never to be seen. The mortgagee falls very .sick 4 but the mortgage is always vigorous and strong. In fact the older it gets the stronger it becomes. Braddon ba6 coined a now phrase — the cyclone of depression. Dressing a hideous nightmare in grand apparel. A small boy that has been diligently studying A for Archer and B for a Bull, wanted to know if M.Ii.C. doesn't stand for Murphy's lame cats. Murphy is his neigh bour. Bradley, the City workers member, has scored a victory on the question of half-time being introduced into the rail ways in liew of dismissals. On Thursday a deputation waited upon the Minister in furtherance of the project. The ...

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THE BURT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

THE BURT CASE. My Deab Climek, — We often hear that there is only one law administered to the rich and poor alike. Mr. Burt lias found out to his cost that suoh is not the case. I will recount a few facts of this somewhat remarkable case, as given to me by Mr. Burt, and refer those inte rested in it to the Launceston Examinee of September 2, 1893. Burt versus Cramp, tried at. FingaL Burt was non suited: The BegMSSSr entered in Hie rfeoord book a r&rapi£9r defendant. SQVe chairman of tho couft and «te /witnsseM, one . of whom is a .constable, ai« pte pared to swear, in fact have gwbrn, Jgggr' tka^plaintiff w&b non-suitefl. ?- Nobdd* seems MSpoosible. -Unr^pp^dJPfral*' times tot a fresh -Subinibpfi, wnSMi w»X denied him. .Tbis artit'rarf waySfleal injf with the public business might do for Fingal or Matebeleliwid, b'tft itcer tainly will not wash in Hobart. Parlia ment has been approached on the matter, but there appears to be a very strong tendency to hush the matter ...

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PRESS ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

[?] f issl^S^sp^W^ftempfc bad been I made to pad the 3Je|K.:Bpurh Wales I eleotion telegrams, resulting in a total of eight faolt-egrofrionB Iiuub. , ma most ignMl t% mlMK»r|bei^:in placing Sirtt^/Pwkel and W.'F: fleheyW the membf rj for- Beifern, despite - he la.-r just W^iBmf* toOWlPSft. one vote, one electorate^, one represont . tive. Mr. Sohey ' wasQnominated for ' Darlinriojl,T_aJnp Sir rttnuf- for -fit. appear as,$;be rejected |or East Sydney— an electorate that: .doeH npt exist. The/ Meucdby prides Itself on knowing a thing or two on ehe labor queston, I an6l its 'editor is prepared to scribble I an infttiema on it at anytime when I the phrase, ' partially informed '? I is sure, to crop up. liow does this prove - their fcppivledge? J. H. Cann as the old ;. andtried member for Broken Hill, hav ' ing proved himself a white man right through the strike, yet the MeecUeT re turriB him as being re-eleoted for Sturt— an electorate that has just been- made, and for which W. J. Fergus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

?KJ NorioEs. '. 7teKp»EB is puUUhrt every 8»turdjiy , TPL^RPi» u ttoronebiy independent. It ispledgelj^jjmrty. \ The CurrffWffrlteoUeot the dissemin* turn of hon?(rtj-o11tioal thought. The Oumm oaters to supply raoy and useful infonnatwtte, :' Adverflsjjpjmte are Inserted at moderate SpeoitiiwinB for contact advertisements. THBjfbimgn ie the most popular and widely oiroidMjP unr in Hobnt. It circulates light turoApgaliUiid. It i« therefore a most viflu I' ConMbuHons invited. Ail communications to be addressed to the Editor of The Clippee, 16 ElUabeth-street, Hobart. Subscriptions; 2s. per half-year, pay able in advance. Country subscribers may for ward payment in stamps or postalnotes. AGENCIES. , We are opening up Agenoie for the Sale of Tee Clipper in all country towns. Our subscribers will oblige by notifying to the proprietors eligible people or firms in townships in which an agenoy lias not been already opened. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The publishers of The Clipper take every pos sible ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

BFtOWTJELL BROS*. 14th Great HALF-YEARLY SALE is now on. Union Line of Steamers. *T*HK Largest and Best Appointed Fleet J- of BteatnBhips 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 : HOBMtT TO BTDNBY. The 8.8. OONAH, W. J. Featherstone, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates, Next sailing TUESDAY, July 24, at 2 p.m. HOBABT TO MELBOURNE. The splendid intercolonial Bteamen on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne, next sailing being The s.b. WAIHOEA, TUESDAY, July 31. LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. The e.e. PATEENA, H. Sams, Commander, MONDAY, July 23, at 2 p.m. THURSDAY, July 26, at 8 a.m. FOR NEW ZEALAND. First Steamer : The 6.B. WAKATIPU, On MONDAY, July 30. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company ...

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THE NORTH V. SOUTH CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 21 July 1894

The North v. South Curse. The removal of the railway workshops to Launceston was the reason of one of the largest meetings ever held in Hobart being brought together at the Town Hall on Monday night. The utmost enthu siasm and unanimity prevailed, the verdict being that the workshops must not be removed. Necessarily tbe subject was approached by all speakers in a one sided manner, and the other Bide of the question was left severely out in the cold. Mr. Cundy was the man of the meeting, and his speech was marked with an ex treme fondness for his old love, the Main Line Company, and the manner iu which his spirit was endorsed bad its amusing side. As a result of the agitation, the workshops are not to be shifted— at least not this time. This is as it should hi, even supposing that some small saving might be effected — £3000 is a ridiculous assertion — it would be swallowed up in the long run, as the capital must even tually be the centre of our railway system. The Zeehan line cannot ...

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