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MOSTLY UP NORTH [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

::i)5TL¥ IIP NORTH;; TBt Oaelob.1 ?. .WfMWM«)rif» ,put ft.Hfellp.li]- into tbe tnonrnful proceedings in ,lf eel?;, , V It ,i?j so like; , GiHw, ? h«|B feten the ffcp^^l' repa^rfc 0*, *?'9.?e seDBltlve in ilJB,f!eff|.p«;anipu* as bus ,^it o'f an.eiept^io ee^and jpunf rer *f.off;V w^p^i.ypa. have got him. jjiere '^s pjiji t'»pgi However, that can JJ8 8Md,Tje peios pell, but the aame may be ,8(iid of a .uinle who in bis frolicsome way knocks tbe ptnflin.g .out, of everything within -joo/so of ,his beels. The conduct of Sifao \ho of North Laanceston) was most oommendabje. . There are few men. vlio onn Btaud a smack on tho boko and smile complacently. I don1* think I coald, though I must confess there is plenty for my oppo nent to punch at. Bad the mem ber for (Jeprfp Town jplayed. Ms tattoo op. ope or, two of the members J knpw, the WindB wonld be 4own . and the flags, fialf-mast neft morn ing. The amende honorable was ffWqejfaHjr, ?&*&. ty.~'lfy - ^^'g JJortherper, biit...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A TREMENDOUS SALE THE POLICE CALLED IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

A TREMENDOUS SALE. THE POLIOS GALLED 'Mt^H Times are hard, but Brawnell Bros, have lifted the clouds pf de pression and struck the anriferons. Having bought Noel White & Co. out, lock, stook, and barrel, they are giving things away, and the people finding it out have rushed theif business premises. On Thursday the police had to be ealled in to keep tho surging crowd in order. K. Keen and Co,, to meet the demands, of Hieir growing buHtnetft'tiaye reflfcorelj to : more commodious premises ' it 70 Liverpool-street. A. Genge, weHknown tn muaicaloircleJL . ; has started business, having taken Over *. Jackson's grooery store. . . . ' ' %£'-x&'' - Pool is now determinecbto Jead the Wsy , ' in the boot business, ? und ' has Openftd a. ? , ' new Bhop at 91 Livcrpool-Btree , *'two doors below Mather and Co. ' Noeipense has been spared in the 'fixtures, which in , conjunction with his large and well assorted stock forms quite a feature in Hobart's principal street. E. O. Sulliv...

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

Primary Education in Tasmania. The Education Department's Beport for 1893 was recently presented to both Houses of Parliament, and it is with the intention of bringing this subject of primary education more prominently be fore the public that The Clipper is about to devote some portion of its space to it. They who live in the proverbial fools' paradise fondly imagine that Tasmania is well abreat of the times in this matter; but although we are compelled to disabuse their minds of this fond conceit has been wisely remarked that a nation's welfare depends on the education of its people, and how true this mtty be as far as we are concerned we shall now pro oeed to demonstrate. In 1893 there were 253 schools in Tasmania, and the number of scholars on the rolls was 20,475. The average attendance, howtiver, was 10,307, or only a little more than half of the number on the rolls. In part this enormous difference is accounted for by the prevalence of measles, but unfor tunately a similar con...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS HARD LINES. FAITHFUL GINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

West Australian goldfields. HARD LINES. FAITHFUL GINS. [Bv a Tasmanun.] All the Murchison goldfields are much retarded in their progress by the very prolonged dry weather. Up to the time 1 reached here there bad not been one drop of rainfall all the season, and although there was enough water in the wells for domestic use, almost all the large mines had to close down, or par tially so, for want of water. That threw a lot of men out of employ - manf rPlian ua irwtank. nnin)»H nt men were arriving daily with the object of pushing out further east ward and io the north-western dis tricts, bound for prospecting on those virgin fields, tbe extreme drought forced them, even against their interests to hang around this field, where they could at any rate get water to drink. Most of such new comers would bring a little cash, say £30 or £40, and all that could possibly get work did so till the rains fell. Since our arrival there has been about a week of rain altogether, Certainly not enongh t...

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

NORTH WESTERN. Nothing of importance has taken place at this mine yet. Mr. Peter Brander, manager of the King, has resigned. Father Murphy gives a return social in the Academy of Music on Tuesdav night. The hop promises to be successful as the popular priest's action is much appreciated. Mr. Gordon, editor of the Herald, has severed his connection with that paper. When leaving for Launceston your ' Miner ' informed me that the remaining Zeehan notes will consist of Oceana, Lyell, Pyramid, and a sketch of Pro vis's mining career in the colonies. Mr. F. M. Alexander is to give his second dramatic recital on Mon day, August 6. A programme well suited to his versatile talents is ad vertised, and he will be assisted by first-class amateur talent. A grand Beethoven concert is advertised for Tuesday night, in aid of the St. Joseph's Orphanage. A chorus of 70 voices has been brought together, and as the concert is under the efficient conductorship of Mr. Otto Linden an exceptional musical t...

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

iGUEEtf P.A. A number of shareholders here hope that the present directors will follow Mr. James's example and resign, and other officers would not be missed. They are about as full up of the cliques as possible, whom they consider mere fee hunters.

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

THE CLWB. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE ORGAN OF THE PJGQPJJ13 FUN FOR THE PEOPLE. THE BEST ?? SPORTING P APJllfl IN THE COLONY. ; -? THE BRIGHTEST SIX PAGES OF READING. ? ; BNXiAEGfeD. ENLA.ROBD. ENLA.EGBD; THE ONLY PAPER THAT IS TASMANIAN. The Clipper IS NEITHER NORTH NOB fiOUTH New Features. New Features. New Features. ALWAYS FEARLESS AND OUTSPOKEN. THE PEOPLE HAVE RECOGNISED The CLIPPER'S Bftrits. IN RETURN WE HAVE GIVEN THEM t BIGGER VALUE FOR A PENNY! A ..-PBNNT.I- ? ? : A, PENKY1 Printing and Publishing Office : 16 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. Reprksentatives : Laonoeston — C.A.MORRIS, Patterson-Btreet. Zeehan— JAS. McARTHUR. IIOBAET AGENTS : Lcgmnd, Collins-street. B. Shannqn, Liverpool-ftrept. B. Jackson, Liverpool-street. T. L. Hood, Livorpool-strec^ Mrs. Sheehy, Murray-street. ?Aoore, Upper Murray-street. B. A. Jackson. Elizabeth-street. Luckman, Elizabeth-street. C. Chester, Elizabeth-street. North Hobart Trading Company, Eliw beth-4trect. Roberts, Clock Tower, Elizabeth-st...

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

T™|fl ¥ H — f- m I ??? VENTS TO SOME. K3 JbjdaytT-Jffiyndham Racing OyBS ' TcfyT^lfistitutiansare ablftHboast of a substa jjtS ; profit on the yeHBr.msac. tions, ye lift bon. treasurer Bwe Tas manian Aawjk Club the othprHBtg told membor?S»«j-ove s»tisfactorjlB» Cou *iderinrfiaeMb3Ml manner i^Hbh the club sli llliitheir stakesJBBlf off l^eji^^rafcd to seeJBHLllt ^SHnra'TC^DUl'Mie secret, onnnr suuuuw is undoubtedly their totalisator aervloe, which is well managed, and the publie supporting it liberally makes lae percentage up to a decent sum each meeting, but not one atom more than the club requires to carry on racing and effect the necessary improvement*!* Hii«-aoMle', *B*a*H*B Totalieator Bill now before ParlUmmifc becomes law it wlU -be »«rying*hte». ment ever 1alfelipiieiHE£s8etWa£^'l!W11 *c cent, from a olub'a takings **»«?»£,-»*_ Ta-m^iJtlpatteiuft^4eKre#uS I an enormous S«TrTh| oU^oJe IE *.ha *tii-1n afr&Iffl befthelloBttifp flNi «u^»o»out#i,phfdrf.gtjo# i be*t|esV5iwf...

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

0. Pm T. Conrad ; (Late W. Beau's), :. ELIZ1BETH-STEEET, fSOACH, OAET, SHOEING ANi t-* GENERAL SMITH and WHEE] WEIGHT, Having Uken over the above bueines earnestly solicits a share of publ patronage. Tyres Cut and Shut on shortest notion A Marvellous Medicine REMEF IN TE« MINUTES For COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMi 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 Pharrnacj and is everywhere recommends by the faculty. It soothes the inflamed membrane Breaks up Irritating Mucus, Allay Coughing, and Induces Repose. Ab a Family Medicine no house hold should be without it. Obtainable at all Chemists in Is. 1b. 6d., aud2e.6d. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Corner MURBAY & COLLINS STREET, HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. Sheridan, PHRENOLOGIST AND PHYSIOGNOMIST MAY BE CONSULTED AT BISHOP OSBORNE &Co's MUEEAY-STEEET. To on...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL SPOT STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

POpTIC0SPOTf Strokes. f The income tax being Deduced to 100. in; the £,, as far at companies and PI°PW**f ; were concerned, was pasted by the Council, lastFridaVweek. ? IV' ' 3&A The Wages Attachn^nfciBjll was 8IH«*£ maidenjbttl t» OTn8l8n^tSJfe^M'ffii!| measure since tho division, it is considered certain to pass next session if introduced. v Choice soecimens of braiuy taxation brought down to the Assembly :— Receipt stamp duty, £1 and under £3, Id ; £3 and under £10, 2d ; £10 uncover, 3d. Stamp do ty«t ldupon every tioket of admission to entertainments. Tax on stallions, «5 each, and on bulls £1. If passed, to take effect from Octobor 1. Afleleot committee hat boon appointed to enquire into John Wm. Bnrt's ease, which Istuld to be one of the ewes of justipo (?) peculiar to Tasmnnian country justice, which is run by family clique*. A. toUlisator tax of 5 percent, iitobe IptwMuoed. OtfwedneSday the Treasurer moved that a sum not exceeding £760,000 be failed br Inscribed stoc...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ON THE WALLABY CHAPTER II. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

On the Wallaby. CHAPTER II.. (continued.) ?? . ?? Some time afterwards I heard that the authorities had stopped /jfchiH praptice, on the gronnd that the Chinamen s*eept all Ihe streets away! {. ' .- .' '.,.?' ?','.. ,: ' . But to return to my story. I had .parted itaxa iny' mate for awhile, as It was i)6w settled each should -iy fof jiiipjelf; so we hunted, in a couple no longer, but tried different streets' alone, when suddenly he overtook me, with a jubilant .face; aiaoV annpuueed that he had engaged himself aa a billiard marker. A billinrd-marker ; of. all jaopeless occupations for a ?'broken- down - swell ' eurely the most degrading. Never 'tfway from the curse of Australia, the weary drink, seeing nightly the worst specimens pf poor human, nature a1 their worst. What a deadly pitfall ! how few ever get pot of it ! Poor. Prank! a H*Ue selfish, perhaps, but a good mate on the whole ; amosinp enongh when in the vein, but, like ail people of eangujne temperament, prone to fits of d...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CHRONICLES OF PONTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

[?] Now it came to pafis in the days 'wh^n the land lay undef the shadow of Jjfount , Iloaxley that evil time.^ fell Optra a City by the JTordan, even the eitj of 5P6nt ville. ind tlie people of ' Uiat'city ivere sad, and their sadness grew apace, for tliincR n-nfo ' dahmbalid.' and fnen said ' woteitconunto.' Now among the men of that city none -were so mighty ae Dive and Fred and Parkes, for behold they did eacli keep n temple, tvhereid wei-e -wells of strong Wat ers. And unto them did the saddened ones repair ivtth shouts 'of M Wotsyours ' and ' SUnoss. heer,' and: therein did find niiicli com fort. And the trade of Dave and Fred and Park's did roar exceeding loud, but the trade of Bookit did roAr londer, to the exceeding discoihfort of Have and Fred and Parks, for Bookit was their enemy, aud they did hate him. Now behold the men of that city and tbo region round about did worship gods, whose names were Football and Uox fight. And ttiese gods wore well pleased, for the worship of...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NEW AUSTRALIA.. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

M™ ftu|jj|s An ,ex-Ncnr 'Zedlatrdei- wi-iling ta- a Jifbaiiland , p^p'er ' ^ivps , nu excellent description'of Hie i'jra ? t;mjy^U8,-ip ^Jie f ounfp of-svhiob j. he reuj^B'.ttiA^Mlierii'l ur| .s^tipial colonio'S existing Uere, t-vo Cipriiiiin, pneGovQr»u)epcolony,fliieI3ejlffium, ouo J'aragua.vai), and one Aiis ti-aliau. ? Tlio latter is a : new affair and its future is acertaiuty.if iliej' only stick together, for ' they are a powerful co-opera tire body aud all workers. This is the only hope the coautry has got, and \ ho only. \yny libat.aiifysaijcess iii%JbBrfe£pectcd. Co-oporation -is the on\y. thing for this. country. I lived ampngst the Australians for. fisie months and it was the best time J spent in Para guay. The colonists have some of tlie liuest land in this' |)jrt o^ the conutry, iiiDstly rod high land, good cattle Aud sheep land;' good agii cultui-ai land.. TJiis red land is worthy of a remark. -It ig of,a rich chccjlate loulor, ^-rows-good croi|is. and im not affected ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

TH^^|IWEIJ. :.r:l /. : .--I-:- -j_il '..'/...:. ?'! j (, ; THE ?B.atGHTBST ;$jtX ,^GRS ? ? ? ? ? ??-???? ?': ?:? ?!'?? ! '..' ENLAllG-ED. :'':. ?' / ;. ! .'' ENLARGED. ',? '? %?:'?????.? '? ;.ENtA:R^ED:; TjiF- ONLY PAPER THAT 1$'; .-. TASMANIAN. ? , : ? , .-. r- ? ? .; ?......; ' .? . . ' : The Clipper ? IS NEITHER NORTH; SOI SO UTtt. New Features; IStew Features. New peatUfes. AFiWAYS J' EARLESS AND OUl'S^OKKN. ! THE ' ??'..?' : PEOPLE HAYE RECOGNISEt) The CLIPPER'S Merits. IN' RBTUtttt WE HAVE GIVEN THEM ..BIGGER VALUE FOR A PENNY! A' PENSTYi A PENNY! Printing and Publishing Office : ]G ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. Hili'iiiosivNJAJ iviis : Lanucestoti — C. A. MORRIS, PaHersbn-streBt. Zeeban — ' JAS, McARTHUB. HOBAUT AGENTS : Lcgi-and, Collins-street. B. !-liauuon, Livecpool-tilrcct. II. Jackson, Liverpool-street. T. L, Jlood, Liverpool -street. Atrs. .Sheehy, Murray-street. Moore, Tippet Murray-street. E. A. Jackson. Elizabeth-street. Luckinan. Elizabcth-stract, C Chvster, Elirjibetl...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

DRINK ''*''*? a, ^^^HPfall&aOCBRS.., . Ask for it arid see that you tike no other. :

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

Mining Notes and Tips. [Bt Gnome.] The meeting of the Silver Queen Co. called for Tuesday, lapsed owing to a decision of the legal adviser of the company th-it proxies given before date of forfeiture on shares redeemed several days after date of forfeiture were invalid. By this decision about 130 proxies were thrown out. Iu consequence of the meeting falling through, the cumbersome ballot system will have to be adopted for the election this month, and I earnestly warn shareholders who intend to vote not to give their ballot papers as they did at last election when the most shameful tactics were made use of by a director who has since dropped the lion's skin he then wore. It will be startling to the share holders to learn that news was received at the office of the Queen Company last Saturday which indicates another heavy loss on one of the parcels of ore sent home. Why this fact was not made known at the meeting of shareholders on Tuesday one is at a loss to under stand. It affords ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

4.P, T. Conrad ' (Lato W. Bead'b), EUZABETH-STKEET, ;/-»OACJJ, CAKT, SHOE1N0 AtfD Av .GENERAL SMITH and WHISEL .. Hivying taken over the :abovo business, . oftyiiesUy solicits a sWro of public ::. ... . . patronage, . Tyres Cut and Shut on: shortest notice, A Marvellous Medicine ! RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. For COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, Ere, NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of CARRAGHEEN (Ok IRISH MOSS). (registered.) ] t is the Most Popular and Success ful CougL 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. Gd., and 2s. (3d. Bottles. SOLE PROPRIETORS, Drake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, CoiiNKR MURRAY & COLLINS STREETS, HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. OUR Neuralgia Mixture will give RELIEF IN A FEW DOSES. In Bottles, at Is. 6d....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STAGE AND PLATFORM [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

Stage and Platform On Friday evening, the 3rd inst., a concert by the Choral Society, assisted by the Orpheus Club Or chestra, was given in the Town Hall in aid of the blind. The first part was devoted to miscellaneous items, which in e vet y instance were very creditably given. The second part was devoted to the perform ance of 'St. Cecilia's Day' and was excellenty rendered, a very considerable improvement being noticeable ae compared with pre vious staging. The solos being rendered by Mrs. Eltbam and Miss Backhonse. The conductor ship was in the able hands of Mr. W. C Eltham. The concert of Tuesday evening, under the conductorship of Herr Otto Linden, brought together an audience which tested the holding capacity of the Town Hall. The maestro, whose fame as a musician has been liberally sounded since his advent in the Hobart musical circles, had very wisely restricted his chorus to quality rather than quantity, it being composed of a number of the best known pupils of our earlier...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

BY Special Appointment to His Ex cellency the Governor, and under the patronage of their Excellencies Lord Eintore and Lord Hopetoun. R. A. Y~A TES, ' THE FLORIST,' 82 COLLINS - STREET, HOBABT, AND No. 15, AECADE, ADELAIDE. Price List of Flowers, and Designs always on hand and arranged with taste, and at prices to meet the times. Buttonholes 3d. and 6d. each, Sprays from 6d., Wreaths from 2fi. 6d., Crosses from 2s. 6d., Anchors from 2s. 6d., Pillows from 8s., Bridal Bouquets from 6s., Hand Bouquets from 3s. 6d., Baskets of Flowers from 3s. 6d., Cut Flowers, suit able for vases, from fjd. upwards. Palms and Ferns on hire by the day or week. Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cork,and Moss, for Ferneries or Window decoration. Shop open from 8.45 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturdays 1O.30. Messenger Kept. Plants, Flowers, and Seeds forwarded bv rail, steamer, or post to any distance, carefully packed. White flowers always on hand. Funeral work a specialty. ROYAL DINING R0WST~ A RGYLE-STREET (opposite Co...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 August 1894

-$LA-?;K£RY. ' But still bis tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting olaok, Set all men's eon upon the rook.'— ,?? , , : HUDUBAB. ' A' dbxNUDRuif t-f the timoR : Tick has run -iown nna wncn a Dueincss is wound up it stops, Tub tale of a coat, Jacob's dress suit is now going to the hymenial altar. Undreamt of knowledge : A family of Huon girls are said to be too highly educated to permit their marrying a comn.on man. Mp. Henby Jakes has resigned bis position as manager of the Cascade Brewery, and Mr. Harry Nickols assumes his position. Tug Zeehan publicans put up a record at their last monthly meeting of the asso ciation. Seventeen drinks each mark the the Messrs. Buugs a lively set. We hear a lot about flashy yellow back novels; but tell the Clipper if the most worthless penny horrible is not more improving society that the ordinary con versational bore. A FRIGHTFUL rumor is going round the city that the jewellers are suffering from the depression to such a degree that they arc bei...

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