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LABOR MUTTERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Labor Mutterings. Tbe Labor and Liberal Political League hold a meeting at Dillon's Arcade to night. A ''Government surveyor owes his men from £30 to £40 apiece. The men want to know if they have no remedy. Of course his salary cannot he touched by garaishee. It is said that the Government pay as high for telegraph line repairing us they did in good times, whilst labor it paid at tbe cheapest rate. Calling for tenders would make the desired alteration. Two men with two horses earned 7s. in thrce.days at Port Esperance. They then knocked off and jotftea the unemployed. About 500 men ate out on strike at Brookman's and Hannan's claims, Cool gardie. Wages are to be out down to £3 10s. for miners, and £3 other labor, with one gallon fresh water and one of salt water daily. The early closing movement is re ported to be collapsing in New Zealand. The insidious attack on the working' hours of shop assistants is initiated by the small shopkeeper who keeps open later, thus dragging the large...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE JUNIORS. HOBART V. NORTH HOBART. A MAGNIFICENT STRUGGLE. ENDS IN A DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

THE JUNIORS. HOBART V. NORTH HOBART. A MAGNIFICENT STRUGGLE. ENDS IN A DRAW. Last Saturday's match on the Upper Cricket Ground marks an epoch in the annals of Junior football, being the best match played for many a long day. The Hobart put one of tho strongest teams they have had this season into the field, hiving secured the services of two country players for the match, who had gained iaureh by their brilliant play in the country matches. The North stuck to their own team without going outside for help, and they placed in the field a real good team who throughout the season had earned for themselves a reputation for their combined and unselfish play. Result of last Saturday's m .tch :— North Hobart S goals, Hobart 3 goals. To-day's fixtures : — Union Jack v. Gleuorcliv ; Carlton v. 1'itzroy. The crack attendance of the season. Vimpany played a great ruck game and is the best in the Juniors. Mr. C. Eady at his best. That was a very lucky shot of Clfncr Smith's but it got there all ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
POLITICAL SP[?] STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

ILiTiit SffP ? (Strokes. K The Lab-r-Qiiwtion : Working for tuoker. Tf'' )'? ': ';. f.n A Ministerial Question : Can jtvfi/live' through another session without a pptioy. The House of iAssemblv presented a very /jfeeleton appearanoe during the weekj 'jbut few jpf .Ihe Northern ' or country inemben teinir present',; .: .-?-': \ Sl^^^uWw^ rerarffinf^Tr^P on Monday evening. After retiring to ?bed he broke a blood veRsel in the right lung, No serious results are anticipated, though the Chief Secretary has not Ween at his post all week. Tbe Opposition, at the .end lof the session, is trying to court popularity 'on the reduotion of railway rates question. Dobson only succeeded in proving that he had given the matter-very little con sideration. Yet undoubtedly he is on the right path— the tariff is full of anomalies.' If in earnesty be should have brought it forward early in the session. The wiue merchant influence in the Legislative Council knocked out the 'Tasmanian. Exhibition colonial ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

/ NOTICES. Tg Ouppeb is published every Saturday iMCLtpPEa 1b thoroughly independent. It is NMged to no party. To Cufpeb has far its objeot the dlssemina UonM honest politioal thought. THiOumi aaters to supply raoy and useful tnfornifluon* Advertisements one inserted at moderate rates. 7 SpeoiU terms for oontnot advertisements. TukCuppeb is the most popular and widely oil-ousted paper in Hobart. It oiroulates right through tile island. It ia therefore a most vOu eineMvertiBing medium. Contributions invited, M oommunloationi to be addressed to the Editor of The Glippxb, 16 Elizabeth-street, JjCglttb Suhsoriptlona: St. per half-year, pay *Me4nadmnee.. Country aubsoriben may for ward payment in stamps or pastalnotes. AGENCIES. ' We are opening up Agonoiefor the Sale of Tea Clipper in all country towns. Our eubioribors will oblige by notif viag to the proprietors eligible people or firms in townships in whioh as agenoy lias not been already opened.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

^ Steamers. Jij.I : ': ?:.::?!;??;??'.',?' ??' ? ? ? ' ' _ : . WryftK Lfirgcs^anjl $wi'.AppoiiiteJl Fleet ' Jt ' m 8]poainBrKj-8,in Jlie'Soujihekin Hctnis^ pherc, i^he^SgO^oontSteamtts.of this Khp maintain iegularpaisengor add cargo ferriceB bet'vfben Ttfsiiuinia, New Zealand &ndMAuBtrftlis1aA'pj3rts; with prancn tines ^?'ffjiittiftioBputJi ScalslattdB. /' ' ' . %#$c$Mi ,TA§iwt'iff'iA.N /services : i sHOBAIOT TO 8YDWEF. ',..-? ' ' ? -T|ib8.R..O0NAH, ? ?' WJ '$.': 'EblLTHkH&ToM, Commander, ^cei'retfftW. trips, carrying freight and ):''ptt8^eWiitl6We8t current rates Next snilinp TUESDAXTtfigust 28, 9_p.m. HrffiJL&A'fr) tffcLBOU&NE. ; The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New ffcpland. line call, regularly at ' Hobart. . en route to Melbourne, next : saHjfa'gb6ing ' '?'; The ,88. WAKATIPU, 'laukceston 'to melbouenb. ?.??-' The -6.8; PATBENA, ' - H. flAMS, Commander, ! MONDAY, AugdBt 27, At 2p.n). ^PUESDAY, August 30, at. 2 pM. FOB NEW ZEALAND. -iv ?...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Cycling Notes. In one of the American Stales where the lamp and bell regulations had been enforced, a number of cyclists met by pre-arrangement carrying bicycle bells, cow bells, firfe alarm gongs, hooters, and other noisy devices. They not only complied with the law, but serenaded the miuione of the law to the echo. Glenorchy could do well with some similar ' rough music.' We were favoured last week with a, visit from Mr. Tason, of tho Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Company, and on Sun day he was taken down to Kingston, thence to Blackman's Bay, lunch at the Australasian Hotel, and after proceeded to Longley, and home by the Fern Tree Bower. He was accompanied by the brothers Hallara and Mayes. The roads were in excellent order for the time of the year, and the run was much enjoyed by the party. To be ' up to date,' as the Austral Cycling Agency always are, they have taken a space at the Exhibition, where they will have a stand second to none. A leading feature of it will be pneu matic tyre...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FREE SPEECH. Anti - Clipper Legislation. MORE PETTIFOGGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

FREE SPEE6H. Anti - Clipper - Legislation. MORE PETTIFOGGING. The Miuietny ..have und&nbtedly put np a record for ' blow-fly ' legislatory effort .this session. 'By impersonating the honey bee tbey secared office, ousting the dis credited Dobson Ministry, and found themselves on the reassem bling of Parliament at the head of a large following. The session was not far advanced when it became all too apparent that the electors and democratic supporters of the Braddon Ministry had mistaken the ceaseless and objectioDable dram of the dipterous earcopbaga for the busy hum of the working bee, and as a resnltthe records of the session are permeated with flesh-fly larvse, and any useful measures have to be sought for with the aid of a micro scope, and will then be found to bo the incubation of private members. Fortunately the Council in the role of the flycatcher has destroyed a major portion of the work of this abortivedipterousMinistry. Having got their bands well down to petti fo...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

JtoAiL Flashes, Our memory stored with feats of valor doue, And, youth recalling, told how uiatcUou were won.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

LOYALTY. In Tasmania it is considered the correct thing to be loyal. la fact to be eligible for society one must be loyal, and a communicant to at least one church. If you can work two or three churches by means of your family so much the better. Loyalty, however, always ranks first, and the odd part of it is tbat loyalty comprises paying due res pect and honor to even presidents and emperors of foreign states. In fact to bs truly loyal one muBt be prepared to shout hurrah to every office-bolder, particularly if of. the brand Royal. Loyalty in Tasmania being as well established an insti tution as unlimited credit, five months at least, and all the many dirty cliquisin tricks that makes the island a delectable place to reside and trade in. Loyalty, however, is a hollow ghost in juxtaposition with the latter phase. Let Tasmania be asked to pay a fraction to royalty and how sbe would to a man rebel against tbe unrighteous exaction. Let Loyalty consider what the balderdash means to a ro...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Okb of the Intent Parisian novelties is known he Le Noid. It consists of a inaui rooth skating rink on real ice. The under taking haf beeu so successful that a com pany has beon formed in London with a capital of C 100,000 to carry out a similar utcrpris'e.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
STAGE AND PLATFORM [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Stage ano Platform On Monday evening laat Hen Buck, M A , lectured in /3ti Mary's schoolroom, the : subject J chosen being ' Songs and Music of All Nations.' The eminent linguist discoursed freely in the principal modern languages. He placed Spain in first position, why we fail to see, as, with the exception of the national or provincial songs, she has furnished little to the irorld outside her own borders. In Ger many, his native place, tbe solemn and characteristically mournful productions were touched upon. In speaking of French music he proved the volatile nature of the inhabitants, who were ever ready to cast a new national song to suit the occasion, quite forgetful of the ex treme enthusiasm which they threw into tbe previous production. Of Italy, the veal hume. of music, where, if the distinctively n-itional music is soulless and devoid of color, yet tbe land itself is looked upon as educationally occupying the premier position, and is the goal of all those who wish to shine ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MOSTLY UP NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

MOSTLY UP NOftfH. 1 [Bv Cahi-os.]. ' The Ti easurer has boeu here for a few days this week . wrestling with a few problems anent tariff reform, aid taking advantage of his visit a -deputation waited on him relative to -he vexed question of the removal or the old men horn the Invalid Depot. He simply told tho deputation that a home would-be provided in Hobart for tbe old folk, and if they did not like to icoept it they could do the other thing. It will create a saving of £600 a, yoar, he said, and they have got to go. There was no bluffing him. When he fastens his optic on to you, like a crow looking down - a .battle, it is all up. He won't swerve an atom. The vener able Archdeacon tried his persua sive powers, and Mayor Price, the City Missionary, and the chairman of the Hospital Board, all had a turn at him, but a steam hammer wouldn't move him. Many of the old folk say they won't go, and I don't believe a Government House invitation to supper would catch them. For right-down doabl...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Mining Notes and Tips. rBV GrMOMB.T The Queen directors have pub lished a letter in ; the Zeehmj :and D uk das Heralu, in which they take Mr. James to task for stating that tbe di lectors hfcd intitructeil him not to allow the representative of the local press to go down the mine. Wh.t-n.ever . the , present directors wi ite to : the press they generally make a mess of things, and this is bebause they sign' letters worded by ?an- individual' who ' has too long been permitted to' lead them by the nose. If the directors will take tbe trouble to look up their own minutes, they will see that although they left the decision to Mr. James in the first instance, tbey did subse .quently confirm Mr. James's action iu refusing permission, and in structed their legal manager to inform that gentleman of the fact, as the following extract from the minute bojk will show : — Moved by Mr. MurJocb, and seconded by Mr. Susman, ' That the decision with reference to i-ef using the representa tive of the...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOOD MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Good money. [By.-FAIHl'LAY.] .'Weafeure1 of Value.' ¥6ur sth'ndrird measure, oi' gold does not give true vftiufcHUlndt good. money n't all,; bat atnifi'cadingAnd vicioun system. valuid , Iijti itVis jrold lncasum at nearly doable the value it places . upon them, povy, Tliifi at puce shows ^Bobietninffif untianientaHy 'wrong in the measure. ' It' cost bs tnncli labor to produce these things then as it does now within a very little, end they are worth, ap much no^.jto the people consuming ' and using them noW,Mii*iney- Were then. So fhie /upaswe pf value must be 'wrong,' aha is not good money in the true sense, Good money increases in quantity ^as oo^merca or quantities of com modities increases. During the last twenty years, returns from all coun tries show an enormous increase in thegqjpflpqii&rf the : world, but the amount of available money instead of increasing in , proportion ' Hbs decrensed to one half, by taking silver from the bulk. Commerce has not stopped, but the p...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ZEEHAN WIRES. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Zeehan wires,: Bv Oor Special. Fridar Niorh't. Mr. J. C. Whitelaw, stock and share broker, supplied the . following ..sales effected at McMntaan's Royal Exchange Hotel, where a nightly exchange, was commenced to-night. Oonah ctralrlmrt) ing 2s. Old, 2s. 10|d., Oombts buyer 2s. 9d., seller 2s. lid., S&cramento buyer 2d., seller 5d. There was a gty-4 /attend- ance. : , j --i ?;?.'?- Nsrth Western.— On going ' through the mine this afternoon saw that the manager had started 20ffc. ~f torn cross-cut south to sink winze on about lft. forma tion carrying galena, footwall side soft slate. - North drire in about 60ft, shows abont 18in. formation in face showing galena on a hard solid hanging wall making a little water. Prospecting shaft on west lode down 43ft.. about 2ft. for mation galena through it underlying east footwall slate. Weatern Extended.— Started to sink a prospecting shaft about 20ft. on the hanging wall side of the lode, and it is down 12ft Country soft slate, and as o...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A JUSTICE OF THE PAYCE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Sail!'» qi.te 'J'M'f ly'llil7 I»«''''B 'wi By Purr,, i toy. J'ingfif :tplq,^ M9WP fthoul fii}P iiiiconueefciou'tvit-k -the 'Bu*t oaaarr a i-uiYt7'uni'by ?HuretoryU 'This'pi^BB ?h^ ^er\%a .mv %r«Sptf dtiffii^'dtf tUe iii;,. -the pholy ;«Uy, np/fl^' per. .GiJPPF.R;iJuly!g8,'foi'an esrawpie-.'! . te^V ? bad; '^ffeBf ; : tfipjjjfl^ce^ yfiti) some ''TafeiWmata'','^Bl*^!fy^j} ^|ph(J3 jiioi^ rit\\a-fi one, ^afly t^fa)^$.;M. flgaUist-tlie. JiauvinWp.! bftyftnSQnie good ? ones' I W»b.- ?» ?'Bernit'd rf Shaw, thong-li ? hot1 ; pWife^lfliiallV tPMtoed, .feetetos uoni tf) thJB;£uflgt«ttta -;??' ?.» .'.. ,1 .jwjgljji: Ui UWwikiiapi: iqijfitpiy telltBg-T-rteIliiig-ti)etar!r'-veHc''lyoii kiiow:' 'Btit dW5er l:!1iiv!S' liot, i'Baaet* '.of ItIje'''jp'r;ij*S'^|''!-\'ij}V.ll-fe gqnoEpus. in tliei^f rltiicU'ta ,pf ijiis— old, -perhapst to «omo, btti- ne .v to moi-e. And I Wffn't say^tife^te'tiG, liorVhrither^t'wftlsin'pin^Biitke'is iiistrict, or Salaliob', ? oi:'l?-jpt:l5,V)jnet, or Tminack, StiH it ma...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

1 lANAfiilil. fBv M1NE&.T1 ' T lib Sylve^eiya'co^pa.riJ'hplding ia hujtiber of ''Bastions' In a gppd posif Ibn.beinjj in; tn'e djrc.ctJjne.of Queen No. 2, Queen Extended and OiJii.ii, has'buiiu unforjtunVtc in so fab as its former management was concerned. The prospector, a plaus ible scion of an up-country sheep family, had at the start of Broken Hill a situation as chainman to a «di vey patty there. Visiting Tas mania for i a change 'at the time when ZeBhan i' broke out,' ho rubbrd shoulders with a Hobart enthusiast in mining,: and having, by his being in the pubs at Broken Hill ip conversation with miners there, got a smattering of mining terms, was sent to lopk after the interests of said enthusiast. Having charge of a claim where be found a vein of galena one-eighth of an inch (hick, between bard blue slabe, he cut. a trenchon it, carefully giving the slate with tbe vein in it. This he so fixed by splitting with a tomahawk, and laying the sheets on the side of the trenc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

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Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

Williamson and Mhsgjove propose ? to bring- Melba aud Company here from San Franeifco about the end of May, 181I5, for 15 concerts at £850 per concert. A cglebbatep physician has given the opinion that tight lacing is a great public ndvaut^ge. because it kijis off the foolish viigW^and l&Vcs tiie wise only' to grow Into sensible women. If thisopiuion beam fruit sensible women will Ve'dduic a 6'carce commodity iu this city.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

^???HilM|BS|jM|j|| IlKiOTBCTTi orli !o iiro ^Mitannnsii BntI dnsiln^ ?Bqp3»oOoWi»f linn Wofilnn'J SEWINfivJACHINES,: oj tjft (loaiiq ^fntTJOo^^nisfi jmiwol!'.! 7l-/iJ Jol 01 .fciiiii-t-m-O— tsjlfitfc: nr.lil.-iii f-,f1%fili3l}ddsbmnd;,MOBt VUoapenmtrilafk AiHu-*note6c(oletf «T AHatpOaSaiiifad tbi» tn\$ (anqatoiBaaifaiffliB/aiBti Divifawdtw,] .?^1,!, PBftEITflr-BWBBT .$BA».( .-rl.t oifBonusssinlestiafibsr; p^ltpiee. h»ve-fe«eh imhttieionitvtuiy&TiiniCiaivoil p^idiimi Biedia|*i»(6n'proiif of nteiftu»ijd(tifflevil I Local.DirectoDs-^heaom ©jD/iBWrfi, MJi^.^theSHon.WitGnpabfti Mil«J0;|iB. O . aiUliu. E«p,j MD* and)aa«pwp fljeWs, Esq. y)ir) I.l9flluf.')oill -yiiTiil rl-.ii( ?- ,v-F&BBmilfi JA0OBS/ oHI -ilj-.uj.aii i:f ai:w ,^r.l.in)AatBiSaonftaBkri-M -;, Qffioo-^ElJEabath J*ndl Col«B«.«treett, p6bvt»;i.1 lirr, \''--A M rliluil -il) .ftrj-'.-i BST 1 r'R1 Oftfc%1 'ff 't 4r d 'tirD1^l5'tf -injip. ni '»'jvfh;ni « niir-iii vTri/'.iioii] jvis^' ?Ir-j iii,yi:w »riLa.l 7.01^1.11]...

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