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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

tt'e great 'pispularity 6f 'tihiB c61utnri has : outran tliespacei arid whiHt desiring : i : - to' give oar readei-6 and' . «on-. -? , ? ? ; I Wibiibors their little pereomU .: j,,. jqkesthu proprietors hiive, :, . ? ?:? r-'i- J»3o)veito make a ''.',' ' \ f'^-t.p';ckrfcGfc :'6- -ii ??- ifiuWe^bBttoilo paragraph,1 -' ? i ; ? ! ? i : 1 1 Payable in- stamps or coin. : , . This money will be divided between tha ? Uaemployo(i:.-'ofliinitteo! ajld the Labor and Lib.eral iUaetoral League. , , . No charge wi|l ,be niadeuppn ' Who can Tell' paragraphs ' feferflnpf tb pub lic HbuseA, fwiiHcR; ' municipal'- affaii-s; ? or Triudced nJattew. ' Agents and Btaff like wise ^keiiiijji.-ii'., -..-I ?, i. ;,.; i.,,.; ..;;. The ,54f!t»r jm»mv^ ,(o Jfiu^elf ,]tho righi fa condemn luuuitablo paragraphs; but,'tne greatest. liberty possible''1 will be allowed.' tfi' ' 'maKcious ' paragraphs' ' ih serttd.'.'''- !?? ''i* ?'! ? m- ? -?;?„ ?,. ? . ILettem! -oonteinuig «oin must W Awlslered,,, , _,,. ?.,;., .,....

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

eLAeKe^Y. 'BntatUlhii tongue Mn on, j And, with Its ererlw ting oUok, ! Btt all men's «an npbn th« r»ok.'»- Hcnraus, - Visiting cards were used In China 1100 years ago. There are said to be 320 professional anarchists in Melbourne. Thoekton and- Arnold's New Zealand tour will show a net profit of close on £10,000. Br treaty, a Britisher after fivo year*' residence in japan will be converted into .. a Jap. The freeing of sugar by the American Senate will involve a deficit in the' revenue of £5,750,000. Dubing the last quarter of a century the Church . of England has ? spent £8I.,000,OOQ in church work, education, and charity. ? .? Eva and D'Arcy Stanfteld are still to the fore at Zeehan . Kva being In splendid voice and D'Arcy as tunny, as ever. Bomb very advanced iadiei of Battery Point' indulge in a window parade every evening arrayed in undress and on Sundays delight the boys by appearing uniformed in full reform costume. ? ; ? The new Sydney hospital cost abont £150,000. Governor...

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SENIORS. THE OLD PLAYERS' MATCH. NORTH V. SOUTH. RAILWAY V. CITY, FOR THE PREMIERSHIP OF THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 25 August 1894

SENIORS. THE OLD PLAYERS' MATCH. NORTH V. SOUTH. RAILWAY V. CITY, FOR THE PREMIERSHIP OP THE SOUTH. The old players' match, City v. Rail way, came off on Saturday in the presence of about 100 people. The pro ceeds were in aid of the Unemployed Fund, and as the officials kindly gave their services free and a number of Hnknfo were sold and not used the fund is likely to receive a welcome addition. Messrs. A. Nioholson and P. Gleeson acted as goal umpires, while Mr. Chap man adapted himself to thecircumstanoes and added to the fun as field umpire. After a close and amusing game Railway won with 6 goals 6 behinds, to 5 goals 6 behinds. Last Saturday the South met the North at Launceston. During the game the South, despite the weak team they had, made the North boys go from start to finish. For the first half the game was very fast and even, but the con cluding half saw the North boys playing well together thereby scoring a very de cided victory. To-day's match, Eailway v. City, will vir...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

-fljP ^H^mB^PQHJHRfedRjjfllHHfllB ' ' THE WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES, 64 Liverpool Street. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI ?rt- DENT SOCIETY. The Oldest and MoBt Prosperous Life Assurance Society of Australasia, and the only one in Tasmania that Divides its PROFITS EVERT TEAR. Bonuses vest after policies have been ' in force for two years. ClaunB paid im mediately on proof of death ana title. Local Directors— The Hon. P. O. Fysh, M.L.C.; the Hon.W. Crosby, M.L.C,j B.O. Giblin, Esq., M.D.j ard Thomas Lewis, Esq. FREDK. J. JACOBS, Res. Secretary. Offioe— Elizabeth and Collins street*, Hobart ? Tea De Luxe, Cosmocapelion Blend of Tea is the fincit possible. It holds the premier position in Tasmania, and its steadily increasing sale proves it to be the finest ten iu the market. Tea drinkers who wish to erct the finest tea money can possibly buy wfl! ami it has no equal in its aroma and magnificent liquor. No finer can possibly be procured' for money. Sold only for cash, 2s. per lb. D. & M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

DRINK ? VS&^* -TEA. a i r w ?? be had of »M9B- C 3RS. Ask fotitand see thavS/oulttkflitlotlidr.

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A Quiet Man [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

A Quiet Man 'I've seen a good many strange things in my time, as you know, but I never yet told yon about the Btangest of them all; and I can promise yon that it's a story worth hearing.' So spoke- General R ? ,as we sat side by side iu the rerandab of his snug little house in one of the north-western provinces of India, watching the sun sink behind the endless lines of stately palm trees that stood ranged like plumed soldiers along the opposite bank of the river. 'Suppose you tell me uow. General,' suggested I, guessing from the grave look on the old hero's weather-beaten face that the forthcoming story must hare deeper interest than any of his ordinary campaigning anecdotes. 'I don't mind if I do,' answered the veteran, ' for although it is an affair that I have no great pleasure in looking back upon, yet it taught me a good lesson, if only 1 had had the good sense to profit by it. 'When I was quite a young fellow, aud hadn't long joined the army,' he resume 1 after a pause, ' I u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

vj; /Baftickson, COOK'S CHAMBERS, ELIZABETH STEER!, Hobmit, Begs to announoe that he has taken ore from Mr. H. Niokolls the business a the p. Wo, addroas, so long and success roHy.Pkjrie.a' on by him as LEGAL MANAGER, AUDITOR, PATENT AGENT & SHAREBROKEH and frusta by, energy and oareful atteu tion to merit ft continuance of the con fidenoe bo long reposed in his predecessoi A Marvellous Medicine RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES Fob COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHM4 BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, Etc., NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam of CARRAGHEEN (Or IRISH MOSS). (EEGI6TEBED.) |It is the Most Popular and Success fal Cough Mixture in Pharmacy and is everywhere recommendec by the faculty. It Boofches the inflamed membrane Breaks up Irritating Mucus, Allayi 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 &...

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Stage AND Platform EXHIBITION ORCHESTRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

StaceanoPlatform KYHTBITION ORCHESTRA. The appointment of a musical director to the Tasmanian Inter national Exhibition was considered by the full board yesterday ^ after noon, when, in acoordance with the recommendation of tbe music com mittee, the position was given to Mr. Otto Linden. Applications had also been received from Mr. Chit « «? ii i . ? i ? * ? sam, oi jaeioourne, suu-conauuvor at the University ; Mr. G. Turner, well-known as the organiser of the late Exhibition popular concerts; and a telegram from Mr. Julius Herz, in West Australia, asking that the time for receiving applica tions might be extended, but this could not be done. Mr. A. 5. Mills, the late conductor, wrote stating that the musical scheme proposed by the board would involve a heavy outlay and such great personal risk that lie could not see bis way clear to apply upon the lines laid down. Should the board reconsider the scheme and decide to invite applica tions on a different basis, he wonld be glad to aga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

Who Can Tell The great popularity of this column has outran the spaoe, and whilst desiring ? to give our readers and con tributors their little personal jokes the proprietors have resolved to make a SMALL CHA1IUE OF TH/RE-EPE N C E If more than one paragraph, SIXPENCE Payable in stamps or coin. No charge will bo made upon ' Who can Tell ' paragraphs referring to pub lie abuses, politics, municipal affairs, or kindred matters. Agents and stall' like wise exempt. ?;Tuo Editor reserves to himself tho ri$it to condemn unsuitable paragraph*, but the greatest liberty possible will be allowed. No malicious paragraphs in serted. Letters containing coin must be registered. CONTRIBUTIONS, suitable to The Clipper'k general columns, tales, sketches, and paragraphs, will be paid for,, if accepted, on appearing in the .paper. The proprietors hope that this will add to the popularity of theirpopular journal and develop the literary talent and perceptions of The Gluteh'* readers. BKOWN'S Itiver.— F...

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ZEEHAN WIRES THE COMET. FUTURE ASSURED MANY THOUSAND TONS METAL IN EIGHT BY OUR SPECIAL Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

ZiiNWRESl Ithb comet. Ill ; ? Wm FUTtlRE ASSURED, il MANY THOUSAljjf TONS (H METAL INJ^GHT. M We ^omfWmghed uW-ffiTons ore to-day. Mr. William Johnstone, says be had lagbodiiooTc'ihifeugTj the, Comet .and fpnnd.i.he, Jpde atf the level wifie drive vm.', allowing 3ft. clean .metaLJ^e^jfiiyej^,, 8ft? wide, nasBrE clean metal. Have not/ Be.en-r&BF^hj11? yputside Broken Hill'sO Witod:ri6b.JBraOL, shareholder should thank Budden for present snopfissi A f'i\A'Z The Conjet&J fcit^(lj j|u}l£ assured, and as soon as stopiug is started about 400 tons can cattily be raised weekly, which will pljice the mine on tbe dip^end^yigg^i^ almost imniediafejy, i. ;? ;?;' ipd! As soon as the manager gets straightened up the directors should give instructions. to sink,. shaft on another level. £, ? , ,J \ There are many thousand tons of metal in sight between the two levels. t ? It is to be hoped that the Cornel, will iu the futul-e be; worked legiti mately, and nofribr scrip sharks. ?' ZU...

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MARKET. JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

M4BKBT, JOms&SZ^l ''? Business in wheat very slack. ?Wiia Wave left Adelaide August 24 with full cargo and is expected earjy next week. The 'barque Ksssa {b now loading wheat at that; port for Hobart :and should arrive iu abojit 'fourteen days, np other transactions to report. ', New Keaiand is now imnoi'tiner from 'Victoria, price'R. are' unchanged and are qiiotcd in Victoria and Adelaide a't ftbont 'is. 3d. t6'2s;'4-J. ''F.O.C., which means with ex's added, ty, 6d. to Ms. 7d. landed here ; .Tasr, manian :Ss. 4d. Flbar. — Flour trade during thig moBtli hiis been very dull, ' nothing ' beyond , ordinary requirements. Quotations same as last week, £9 to £9 10s. per torr patent roller, and £8 second quality. Bran. — In, good . demand at from 9d. to lOdJ por bushel. SharpB.— Selling freely at £4 to £4 10s. per ton. Fowls' wueat.— 8s. (Jd. to 3s. 9d. per bush'ei, scarce. Peas. — In good depiand, 'ife. 6d. to 2s. 9d'. per bushel! Oats. — Only fair demand, at from le. !)cL to 2s. ...

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Mining Notes AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

Mining Notes and Tips. :? ,. [BV GiTOHB.] , . Gold is decidedly to the f tout and , a great many new companies are being floated, particulirl^ on sec tions et befroy. , Am glad to see Amalgamated Golden Era are likely to get , to work agaiu, for they undoubtedly have cue of the bBafrfceutionson the field. ' -r ' --' The rumor that the Queen uatant slime saver had proved a failure has beeu confirmed. So moch for new fadgled notions. I was glad to see Mr. Adolphus Taylor's letter sailing attention lt- the fact thit there are many well proved patents that might iiave -been secured for the Queen mine without any necessity for experiments at the cost of shareholders «in new fads. I am told by an expert (a real one this time) that for want of proper slime savers the Queen n losing daily large quantities of ore: containing 16 per ceut. of lead, and 30 ounces silver per ton. This con firms all that I have beeu saying under this head for many months past. The woman whose husband was killed a...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

eLAeK^RY ?) feut still Jiis tpl)gtt8 UM (JU, ? . ; 1 Atd;WttilWevorlSstiiigeliiok7:l ' ' , ; Sot rtU nw'i PW H»p4 tUa liofctV*. i - ? v,r, .-.?!?« .;\--:-\u\ ?WH!ffIi.,;.i S.;Z., are claimed to ue the biggest wooden buUdings in the'vorlS, T ,, ; Bvanobljst 'McNelll, '? 'who ' nieatled for _ainnQrs in Hobart,! land likewise leaded ,for nelf i to, halu liituself round: jiho world, is an cjc-i'a^lwavport^r. : ... , : Bia, crowds 1i|tt no joneering _' at tnie ageftnt of Vinvcllin^tt' cjopper Qildeii V^i t i Adelaide. 'Very -Bignifioant ;! !bUt! le jSforks . will awake . all \ tody ism : (or a ««9nv T ,. ..-. ! 1:7 -j« 1 ?.??!?.? ' ??: ?! Mjyx O'BipLp'B bpokj on. the ooh»f?s. ill .appear in September.' It .will , be iteresttng' to see'hbw 1A' man jtliiat 'merely ' assed' through Austi'alia on W lecturing ' *-ur»villiboqu-(ted!a4Sirii)racie.i: ?; ?- jl'iiis .Tiohborna filawnant i^aa iasuedian appeal for ho\§ in hie .' advancing years , ind'in6reasing iiifirmitlbs^' 'The appeal s ' signed ...

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S[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

SnOTsWORH L It is an opaa seorffiH&t a paper MB j lie started in Met AaB.Ua to run -BB i bines. WhiJrattttHWt that the jHfil Bardie colony j|^onBfflH|bly behindHH fee, for in thffe eastflSolonies vre BB | press fiSuly^stablijEiup to any fl)S (from boAing a crjSHmiuiBtry n|B NotiosSre poBteBHfcjooigardiWfflfl ininerejHl Is, liifiB^. MflflB are vaflHngapplidB^nBu t^H^HJ correspondent to the Australian Wobk- I ^Mfosnt, Mr. Vincent, manager.— The wprk being done is uot of a remunerative nature, aa the ore at present in eight does not pay to raise. Concentrators employed Montana. — Sinking of shaft continues along with the other usual mine work. About the average quantity and quality Tiell- Mr. P. Irtme, manager during Mr. l'ftttorson'e absence in Victoria, whore he has.jrano to consult his directors witfoJ 1 shaft have come on to a payabTeTode iu I south, end of drive and are preparing to put up a riao to connect with No. 2. T/ke other portions of tbie mine look -fairly jweifcr\...

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POLITICAL SPOT STROKES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

[?] With a thoroughness Uiiil .inuaL , bo, admire^ : the ipouncjt closed, the vvork.of Uie'6'esHou l-y plf}l further .riiblj^ng it into UiripoHtietfi p'nltrobns.al; present hbiding ouice, and refusing to grand more than site months uupp iV.'i \-.-: i ? ? ? .:??? -?? n '? ' In tUeBU]Tpndering/t.oUie Cpuuci} (the liglli i° i»nuiitl ail apnippi'ialjoh bill, 1 -lrHfl miiikyrJm m\\)miuk±t able to do. .- ? , -,j -t- , . The Premier says UiStn'AiUainent is to mal|e^^4'!JK|e*od|me-su^^ Sojvtttfit' can be done 'elt%uet1£r *-'M'tytfl-tttl,tbitt. during the biitl(fBriVwk8' is an.w'S^-' PossiblJ.Uid MWisti^MHut timo to ptimo tbenifielves up with DAclfjpourage or per cbancp they wisjMp \un ; a show at the Parli^wfePOT'vfS- in f WlC*'1-]01* I?^1*1 ExhibitTonTaiuTair the eloquence ol Tas maiuan legislators to ouv visitors, Speaker Bird tjni&licd up ttie valedictory show ou Friday night by assuring Hon. members that, he topk agreat pudein hu digujM ppsHlbn, .M, «'° Currai but voiees-l)UbliQ...

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LABOUR [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

laW imjnGf Mr. Jnm Wilsog of IBBI Sootof MinerB*Mjoiatiou, says th^B miners andthe^Kloiale must workl^feasingly teaUBHHe ownership ani^Hitrol of the miUHwd miners of ^m United KingdoB^ B| A lffll Mrs. GaunBonj^Ka been workinBH'y hard in M^«ealand againsd^B&tstoralists' Unn|B,nvaB8 ing V^^ft and othera^^^Kpg to nrove^^^Wbor leavinj^^^Hralia. WinHBI^^r^iifjion ?tuaCTue^preier to jltl-imi-uu m» vuuuuii pews rat'Uer cuan working men should unite to praise God in their churches. The sheareis' strike is still raging in all its bitterness. At Hay 150 men have g^gjjffi^toholdcmyjOthebitterend. 1'ne tJiftcKIegBuTpiny'rrom'Steuwurnew loss tlian^ugual. fl-0 tomdre4^mon marched ? &,t-fiwatt-Hul buaflufftHjahner God.' The great bulk of the sheds in Ipie Cooriamblecjliqtwofi an nowgsffli^i' Ihoaring ' under verBal or' -fcnforonco ogiieement. SqlnC pf f,hfc jjbftda ©ariug un{ler the P.U. are only paying 18s. and £7a-- ?. ?',.?.....?.;!:-.,? ,,,J ?:.i»|- | A.copfding..tp.a sUtpvenli...

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WHO CAN TELL? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

mmm.1 ; Let tho elnuderod take comfort, ' „ ; i Itip.QMly£tfi5-j4t'treeBtliat ???? 1 ! j 1 Thieves throw stones. ' t . ' The 'amateur. ' .jjaob'fmeii' wh0. ?scoo^d tho mufi' ' instead'1 'of ' 'thjo j scollops «n -Monday * hfterhoon.j Docherty sirears the ; Duke -, don't, know the \)oont,ifppm 1 the ^pntre board. : Tako: a,jjef,tpr .firow.^pxt. time, skipper. 1 ' , .,?? ... ,-j. ....... , Wliy -bo , , njany bomop with pqnee pn ihpir backs; ; aqe, .allowed ? ,^p ; he worked on the Stmhan aud Mt. Iiyell Boad. . :.,;.,.. .,,-;? [? If there is an.inftpesotor p£ weighte and measures at Zeehan, and if; so, why don't he do his dpty, H^s he a dairy, pr does ho run a dough business. Why the Zeehan Literary and Debating Society is not a non sec tarian one. If tho famous Maria Island is returninsf a good revenue .to,., the lesBues, whilst the JSoveiiiraent are .onlv cottiui? Is. per annum for it. Inquiries might likewise be tpade about the ratrs. How many worlcors' votes will go (o Wntchorn at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

P. q ABBOTT. j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bm By Special! Appointment to His Excellency B^Hffi^^mHP^^^^^HHp VISCOUNT G0RMANST0N. ij^^^^^M^HBi Manufacturer. I^B^^HBhB sole manufacturer IBHBSB^iiiiiiiBHBaii^K:! tasmanian WB/SBB^^^KS^B^S^ S1LVEH SOUVKNIR .SPOONS. B^B^EBm§£m^KBEBmBS^^K& I^cgistcrcil under 'The Dc^ig-ns and iSBBBBBammBmKsKsSBmmm 1'ra(Ie Marks Act-' 1893. i± MURRAY STREET, HOBART. CE0WDED OUT WITH BARGAI N S THIS DAY at PLAISTER'S If you want a Dress come to PLAISTEE'S, 2b. lid. dozen. If you want a dozon of Calico come to PLAISTEE'S, 3s. Cd. If you want a good pair of Blankets come to PLAISTER'S, 6s. lid. If you want a good Quilt come to PLAISTEE'S, 2b. lid. If you want a good pair of Corsets come to PLAISTEE'S, le. lid. If you want a good Winter Jacket. 3s. lid., come to PLAISTER'S, THE PEOPLE'S DRAPED 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, LLOYD'S BUILDING. ONLY ADDRESS. CON0MY IS OF ITSELF A LARGE REVENUE. Save money by making your purchases at I MUTUAL I jBoot Store | 61 ELIZ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

Union Line of Steamers. ''PHK Largest and Best Appointed Fleet 1 of Steamships in the Southern Hemis phere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo Berrices between Tasmania, New Zealand and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRIHaPAL TASMANIAN SERVICES : HOBAET TO SYDNEY. TbeB.8. OONAH, W. 5. Fbitheestone, Commander, Hakes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates. Next satlinjr FRIDAY, September 7, 9 p.m. HOBART TO MELBOUBtfE. Thp splendid intercolonial steamers on the -New Zealand line call reeularly at Hobart, en route to Melbourne, next ?ailing being The b.b. WA.KA.TIPU, MONDAY, September 3. LAOTCCEflTON 'TO MELBOURNE. T».d 6.8. PATEBNA, H. Samb, Commander, MONDAY, September 3, 2 p.m. THURSDAY, September 6, 2 p.m. FOB HEW ZEALAND. First Steamer : The e b. WAKATIPU, MONDAY, September 10. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company run a cegular monthly service from Sydne...

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FREE SPEECH. THE SHEARERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 September 1894

FREE SPEE6H. THE SHEARERS' STRIKE. The shipment of a number of shearers under engagement to the Pastoraliste' Association last week by the Eateena from Lauuceston.and the advertisements in Conservative papers, have drawn some attention to this melancholy strike, now raging with more or less viiulenoe right throne-lithe mainland colonies. When the conference met in 1891 it was thought that both the pas toralists and shearers had come to see that their interests were identical in striving to maintain peace, and that joint conferences would for the futui-e lay the foundation for settle ment, if not finally settle all issues, and warfare in Australia's great staple industry would cease. The pastoralists appear to have only abided their time, and thinking that labor was entirely under thg whip, threw down the gauntlet by de manding that the shearers should sign their freedom away. A new agreement has been drawn up, and despite the protestations of the Shearers' Union, the}' have decided ...

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