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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

euAeKE^Y. ' But still his iongue*»n on, And, with its artrlaatinr oUck, ' Set ?!) men's earn nppn the rwk,'- , ?' BvpintM. ? ? V, Whitb tartar, Last Saturday ft woman burled her Chioky husband and on Wednesday took to husband another yellow-skin, Two factions will fee grinding at the BxhibWon 'millstone.' The one will be taken, the other left oat in the oold. Annib BBSAKThiiB sailed for Australia. Her lectures should be more interesting than those of Talmage. Fw£ hundred raijway men are to be dismissed 1n Victoria. Proposals an being made by the Government to settle them on the land. ' Hb was sent out.' An hon. member took exception to those words, and smote his brother on the cheek, And then the offending member was sent out by the House for a GUI mori— rum, isn't it. We heard a milkman boasting the other day that the milk which he sold beat that of a rival establishment by many chalks. Immediately he was ordered to supply our establishment. Ds Witt Talmage has been trotting out th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MARKET JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

MAP-KET JOTTINGS. Tasmania, until last year (1*93), for some years has not grown sufficient wheat fqr home' requirements, notwith standing that the average price was about 6s. per bushel. Importation was going on annually for breadstuffs to the tune of from £80,000 to .£100,000, which sum went entirely .out of tbp colony, and brought no return. ' Ito 1893, however, suffieient-for .home requirements was grown, and vfcr^ little was imported. .The season now past no doubt would also haiva . been a. eood harvest, as there was a large acreage sown, but the incessant rains of hist winter drowned the young plants, ', and the -dry weather which followed perpetuated the work of destruction, and scorched a greater part of what remained. The consequence is we are now importing wheat again, and will continue to do so until the new season comes in neit February. Wheat at the present time is cheaper than it has been known to be for many years back. Quotations from South Australia and Victoria rul...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A PRISONER FOR THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

A PEISONBE FOB THE NIGHT. A.FTKK Olbh tor. Speaker, jiMdles, «ad friead*. let roe ' KwhispfeltblrooTr. ?,'.'' I eom« to represent tie Liberals, sot to be abused, ' ' The eood of my principles hare jet to lira, So let me now »rooeed. The honest lawyer Us insinuatea I sold htnia fcrokon toapotj flit were sff|Q»ftW|H»h«lt..r f 'or oroeV«rj-l«iik«m« own feromiaea. lere, under Sir. 8]ietikj-r and the rest, 0.1a ooinjiare mm co xue same — An article ready mudo, bnt o, little cmnk ; ' Wm uot that ' honorable ' ononi?h f Fsr we are nil ' houorable,' bnt only in title. He «m from the North, opposite in Tievs to me, The fact I told him I thought lie was a fool; This his staunch Opposition could not stand* ' Whan that we crossed for the division' He ' biffed ' me on the lug; . Did that in hoheklOebrge Town appear11 honor able.' --: For inkRill bVmonble, bat only in title. You all did hear and see the knook, Just such another as the late Ministry got ; Was this /honorable f Tet hie pal« In tric...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POLITICAL PUGS THE BATTLE OF THE [?] THE DEVIL'S OWN CIVIL BIFF LINDER THE EAR [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

zatmsfimi [?] We have a theoty, rwhioh It i* a. pugilistic sort or w*jo . _, ,, -, .*. We love a fighMttuf/WB~kn«w ' They must be lipked. iTSit-pofitioUn^aut*,' '_? y To lanoV'o1;hs4»ri5de a beauty, An/1 wins em on the floor. Tuesday jaunt fp- M*P fyW* °* Assembly. An .extrafload/bUi; tisjd.'been provided for ihe tftpgf* ^(i * prowded house 8y tt^MUW^K o' tirtids slugging steadily ttif-iiiigtMH8 Statement ; .tbfcnthe B*bpf a»nje. in and the ?htfps brigadfl Beri ispeoiilly dlsunguiBning them selves, whilst fifeoree I»athanv the well known $ewJ?p-&-lfcneavy-weight, dealt ft ,ojit neayiiy , to : *te .#ftWnW - After several rounds had been fought the . game became rery siow, auu ia their to6th;-or relieve i heaftachef, or perhaps even to shed a teat over a pint passed in and the toraors being filled by the Devil's' ©wo*. th» m«*»o -was set ; to T»n**bo»ni-dB'fty «nd inembera settled down in tbelr plfcoesfco *njoy the fun. Dandy Mao, a sprube lightweight from the Launoeston Daily...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WORKING FOR TUCKER [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

WORKING FOR TUCK EP A deputation was appointed on Friday morning by about 100 un employed to wait npon the Minister of Lands. Only two of the depu tation wore admitted. No repre sentatives of tho press were present. The Clipper is informed by one of the deputation that the Minister was asked if he intended to take any further steps to provide work for Mia nnnmnWnd. The Minister replied in the affirmative, and asked his interrogator if ne required work. The man said, yes! that he was only too glad to get it. He was then told that he wonld form one of the batch for Sorell. The man aBked on what terms, and the Minister said that rations wonld be found for the wives and family and the men. The 'out of work' ventured io remark that the colony was badly off to ask men to work upon such terms and was imme diately suubbed by the Minister, who said he did not desire to be dictated to. The Minister then ventured to pass some uncalled for remarks about trades unionism being responsible for the...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Cycling jotes, The Austral Cycle Agency hare qpened lip a splendid assortment of Humbers, Premiers, Rapids, Referees, and Austral Pneumatic Safeties at their premises; 65 Liverpool street, they have a wonder fully cheap Halieal tube Premier listed at £20, and anyone looking for a cheap mount should ituspect it. All machines BLD UUI.OU WHU 1Q0T I/M^IIV^I UnUWUBVUJ tyres, and guaranteed for 12 months. They habe a shop toll of sundries, in cluding Bate's non-slipping strips, we congratulate the manager (Mr. Ernest Mayas) on his splendid variety of such excellent machines. We have known for a long time what an exhilarating sport cyolinjj is, !bnt the story of four wheftlmen outcast Sunday fairly takes the biscuit. . These said men started for Green Ponds, but before traversing many miles were either over taken with a desire to appropriate other peoples' property, or else were suffering the keenest pangs of hunger. .Leaving Brighton one of the party declared he could no longer proceed wi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
STAGE AND PLATFORM [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Stage and Platform The week has been prolific of sntainments. On Monday evening the Belle-Cole Company gave their farewell performance to the best ludience of the season, and fully maintained the high position they occupy in the musical world. Madame Cole excelled herself in the items set down against her name, and was most generous in respond ing to the unmistakable encores demanded by the delighted andience. The other members also came in for unstinted praise for their selections. On the same evening our esteemed Registrar-General, Mr. R. M. John ston, gave one of those intel lectual treats which are unfortu nately to9 rare in our community, the savant's subject being entitled ' A Story of an Old Lake of the Derwent,'' in which the able lec turer discoursed, in language free from those technicalities which are almost inseparable from such sub jects, to the pleasure ef his nume rous hearers. It is a pity that such lectures are not more frequently given, especially as they are full ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WHO CAN TELL? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Who Gan Tell? Tho Lansdowne Orescent family t'l&t keops an eye on all eligible old men. - ?'??'? - '? ?? ? Tho boot shop in Liverpool-street that sells baots atii bacon. How did if(?-. Bill. ? : If Solomm threatened to oat tho baby in half, or make twins of him, Any fool could out a kid in half ; but it tike* a wise man to strike a doable. ' ???..? Who let Minnie loose in the Bale yard at Port Cygnet ou July ? &ad, Did George swear very much before he caught her. ; Is tho largest young man m Franklin that hangs round tho chimney corners listening for news. How many millions of microbes there are to the square inch of the Public Library catalogue. What scale the Bellerive Minstrel pianist played ia when he broke the New Norfolk music mangier— major or minor. ? ? ? ? ? The boy that is getting good at pulling Violets over a fence. Albert learned for the first time that tbe barracks square gates1 were dosed after the band played theQaeen. If ratepayers who are in arrears...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING WIRES. ZEEHAN Friday, PROVIS DOES NOT LIKE .A LITTLE HONEST CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Mining Ires. 'Q* From Our Special. TBY TELEGRAM.] Zbbhan, Friday, ' PROVIS DOES J3K)T LIKE A ™™ HONES* CRITICISM, . On asking permi&|pn from |fo? John Provis, manner of jfne Wmitem. to goAhrougii^ftt fnino yesterday, ho refusod unless I gave (ijm written denial that I an? ''Miner,' and furbish him with that ; writer's name j I: refused to: give him any informfltion.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Mining ItFsaso Tips. FBt Gnomb.T About this time last year Mr. Brock nuro might have been seen rushing about the streets eagerly showing to share holders of the Queen Company a letter, in which the mining manager, Mr. James, stated that if Mr. Taylor was re-elected to the Board he would resign his position. Mr. Brock-man eagerly impressed upon shareholders that snob, a step would mean the ruin of the mine, and gave such testimony as to the value of tbe services being rendered and the wonder ful prospeots of the company's property that many shareholders allowed them selves to be gulled into voting against a gentleman who had at least done honest work for the company. We all know the result, and last week shareholders were edified by a correspondence iu the local press in which Mr. Brookman could not find terms strong enough to denounce Mr. James. Shareholders who attended the meetings at the Coffee Palace will remember Mr. James's expression of opinion re Mr. Brookman and his actions...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COURT OF MINES. THE WEST DRAINAGE CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

COURT OF MINES. THE J?IRST i)BAINAGJl CASE. Before Commissioner rum nuu Messes. Wesley and Vincent, assessors. Richard Spencer, tributor of the Silver Bell, required the King Com pany and Wm. Fisher to show cause why they ought not;: to pay a^art BeH, as the defendants have a shaft suJik;jS6ft. distant from plaintiff, *n same line of lode. Mr. J. W. Hudson appeared for plaintiff, and Me C. Eaton Brown for, defendants. A visit was paid; to the shafts, and measurements taken, etc. The Court, after hear ing evidence, oidered the King Company to pay 10s., and Mr. Fisher £2 per week. Each parly pay their own expense. This is the first drainage case tried in Tasmania under the new Mining Act.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHOOTS OF ORE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Shoots of Ore. The barques Acacia and Natal Queen are valued in the V.D.L. Bank lottery at .£1600, although the Lufra was sold at - .£1200. These little items did not strike any member of the House when the bill was passing through, for nt not every thing assured to be at fair value. It may furnish the key to .the lottery tickets not being rushed in Tasmania. Peacock, of Hobart jam fame, has been remembered in the will of Charles Hay, of Leichhardt, N.S.W., to the snug little amount of 412,000. The shareholders in the defunct V.D.L. are quite satisfied that they do not know what is being done with the interest on money paid for tickets in the grand lottery. Of course, they are. Shareholders are always satisfied mortals. The National Bank of Tasmania (says an exchange), a very small institution which was formed in 1886 out of the debris of the Bank of Tasmania, pays a 6 per cent. div. (43000) with one hand, and takes £15,000 from (he reserve with the other to meet lasses. As the rese...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE COMET LODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

THE COMET LODE. Mr. William Buddon, mine man ager, who is a thorough miner and not a figure head, conducted me through the mine.. The 266 ft. level drive has been advanced about 12 ft. from where the lode was met with, about 300 ft. from shaft, and having about 136 ft. to ga till Maestrie's boundary is reached, provided the snoot ot ore continues on same strike, N.W. and S.E, The lode has been driven into about 6 ft , 3 ft. of which is composed of galena, canary ore, and carbonates of lead, the balance being oxide of iron, and some galena at end of drive. The main shoot of ore dippifljjinder jfopt »nd does not Ipok^ffc ^promising as when firstWet, stall there are smalO veins of galena and canary ore in face which may open out a body of ore, but it Ss more probable that the shaft will have to be sunk deeper before the good ore is got. There is a little water making in the. face of drive and the water from the mine continues about forty thousand gallons. .

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Boxing. On Wednesday evening last Charley Murpliy invited his friends to witnesR a .ten-round go between Williams. and Carl, A good number responded to the invita tion of the manager, who had a good programme prepared. The first to ap pear in the riug were two friends, and they faced the music in great style, and, encouraged by the referee to ' make it willine.' made a rattlins1 ?ood aa. Next came Eodgers and Gallagher, who pleased every one, and finished the preliminaries. After a few minutes' interval the con test of (he evening was announced, and Carl and Williams- stepped into the ring, and the Barrister was chosen as timekeeper, Tom Ryan 10-secoud check, and Charley Mnrphy referee. On glanc ing at the men Williams appeared to have the advantage in height, while Carl had tho condition. Doth men went carefully to work in the first round, Carl leading and getting a slight one iu re turn. Hound 2 w:\s n L'ive-and-tal-o sort of an affair, more pushiug than hitting, very little scien...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

4JniG« LJneof ^Bt^^M^tBm :'[''?'. THR taffratsiiiid Best1, Appointed Fleet 1 iof Steamships ui the Southern £cmfc nhcre. ; She Magnificent Steamers pf this Line-«tt^»fti»a^ill»r passenger aodojirgp : sernaexhetMtiL gfcsraaaift, N«w Zealand »nd A«liU*l«»ilWpprts, with J}j»uch Lines to Fiii/todTtlte South Sea JriaiJils,... . pamci^AL'(rASHiii«Ati senwoBs : - W. J. FEATHijljSTO^i Commander, . lUktini^llWrfWPfcicaiwii^freujht an^ PtMB^rftftUwrpst current rafass ,; *d to^dtm&MW ..,-fi,i ?..: ^oi;Tfliii 4|jl'.) iiijiT ??'?;?!,-?!)!)? i «,.; !j: flOBKtfP '40* MB&BOUfiWBi Thti'1i6i^ld' t-ftb«?floii1ftlBtekwei1s -tn the m£^mm 'me «aii w&kiv-st' HobMf'en^ufe1I-%-'H«lfebnWu!i -nert Mtt5$8Mg!'- -;t-:] '???£'' * '? ?' H. SAMB/Oommdiider, MOND*Yi;3Ufciftt G, at «t,2pm. THpft^t. XuK«-t9, 6.30 a.m. FOR HEW ZEALAND. ' ?? ' ' First Steamer ! : ' The e.s. WAJBOR A, FrTbe ccutumuy. in conjunction with the Oceanic, Company run a regular monthly service from 'Sidney tp San Francis...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

bfin\A/ikin i DDno' uaqt pi cadimp qai t tM w||LL DnUo. iflo I uLtflmnlb oALc. S^'j^^tipteipfthat Splendid and Well-Assorted Stock-in-Trade in the Estate of Noel White 8c Co. iC^ISng' 'Spld on our Own Premises, THIS DAY, at ASTONISHING PRICES.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FREE SPEECH. TAXATION FAGGOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

FREE SPEE6H. TAXATION FAGGOTS. Parliament in Tasmania is in a bad way, and it were well for the colony if a strong man were to rise up from the people, an Oliver Crom well, and sweep the whole insti tution and its present members into ,the Derwent for all the good that they are. For two years the ques tion of adjusting the nuances has been before the Parliament, and to all appearances the task is as far from completion as ever. One Go vernment has died over it, and the sooner the present one goes the way of its predecessor no much the better for Democracy. Coming into office es a people's government, with a strong following, it was ex pected that a good programme of reform measures would be billed. Let the people consider what has been done. As soon as the session reopened it was given out that the business was to be confined to finance, and then proposals were in due course laid before the Parlia ment and it was found that they contained nothing new, and the members of the late Gov...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

-? NOTICES. The ipfcJPWE iB published every Saturday lorninfe ' The UUTFUB is thoroughly independent. It I pledge$ijo no party. This CliI»j* ha» (or its object the dissemino Ion of honest poUUoal thought. Thb CLiprsBoatUra to supply racy and useful nfo rmft tio Uf Advertisaroents are inserted at moderate ates. ? Speoial termafor contraot advertisement*, Tbi Canasta the most popular and widely ' irculateJUMMr in Hobnrt. It ciroulates tight hroughliSwUiid. It i« therefore a moot valu ble ftdwSsiig medium. All communications to be addressed to the iditor of The Clipfeb, 16 Elizabeth-street, Cobart. Subscriptions : 2s. per half-year, pay ble in odrauoe. Country subscribers may for rard payment in stamps or postalnotes. AGENCIES. We are opening up Agenoie for the Bale of The Mipper in nil ooontry towns, Our subscribers rill oblige by notifying to the proprietors eligible wople or Brms in townships in which an agenoy ias not been already opened. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The publishers of The Clipp...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE UNEMPLOYED THE RELIEF COMMITTEE'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

The Unemployed. THE RELIEF COMMITTEE'S WORK. Things are not booming with the unemployed, and tbere are yet many out of work, and willing helpers fine that they can do nothing to materially help the unfortunates, whilst the Governmentand a certain selfish section of the well-to-do are satisfied that there are now no uii employed of any consequence, because tne backbone has been broken in agitation, and as spring draws near, probably the evils of the now dying winter will be for gotten. The chief cause of con gratulation is that there has been no attempt to re-open the soup kitchen, and that whatever has been attempted in the way of relief has had the ring of honest endeavor and those willing and able to work have bten given the high privilege to earn or doubly earn the relief wages, foi in so far as funds would permit the various committees to put men on. We are daily inundated with items about tbe meu's extravagance and dishonesty, but such statements will be taken at their true wor...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTBALL FLASHES. A GREAT CONTEST. RAILWAY WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

Football Flashes. A GREAT CONTEST. RAILWAY WIN. Saturday's match, Railway v. City, was one of the best contested events 'of the season and general enthusiasm prevailed all over the field, players and spectators included. For the most part- the players conducted themselves well with the exception of one of the City team, who doubtlest carried away by the excitement of the moment, during a roughand tumble scramble, struck one of the members of the Railway team. Tho incident was not noticed by the umpire at the time but it lias since been reported to the committee of tho S.T.F.A. by the player who was struck, and the committee will deal with the complaint in due course. The blow was struck iu haste and thoughtlessly, and as the player off the field bears the name of a quiet inoffensive young fellow the committee will doubtless take this into consideration wheu dealing with the matter, and award a reprimand, as it was evident to nil who saw the occurrence that there was no ill-will in t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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