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Port Arthur. Twenty Years Ago. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

?ftwtjAlrtlwtt;:1 Twenty Years AgoJ ? ! . . .:.-?-, ? .. (Bf RlBQEt.]- /??''. j ?? 1 ? ? ? fOoniimKtfnimoufl-aei.) V':'#i i j.' . ? 'i ? - - 1 -. ,- f . ; ? ?? ' ? ..? ??; ? rvf^'ip i j One pecuiiairity., .qf tliis prJBon was ;the iuteaee . silence wbieli : prevailed. ? ??'? In- this t4ay no ?'in- considei-able portion, of the puijisli ment of those ipoarcerateii within its ' walls, , , Not . a . «ound was to be: heard anywhere; even the enow-white pavement iwas covered wita making, to aeaaen xue souna or footsteps. /SSfhei;' .oijpe a . prisoner entered he ; was , as. one out . of the : world, and was neither allowed to hold oonununicatioti with a fellow prisoner, nor even with the warders, except under vpry exceptional circum stances, and then just - what was absolutely necessary. The only 'per sons having the right of conversation with a prisoner were the comman dant, the doctor, and the chaplain. All ordinary communication between the warders and a prisoner took place by means of...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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THE LABOR GLUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

ftliLABmGLUT. 1 m On last fjiturday ni^MK large meeting las held at the TownaBlm the interests Sf the unemployed. WHHWorship the payor (Alderman G. UBBnch) presided, hd in his opening reminnBaid that he Bad uotaame there to ffjjpfi|but to listen. HevertfflDBB he madegMmBf the occasion fp inflidQfi-on tbe audMMj^ lecturette on *'Thriffi^nd as he ||$|phat as yet be J was unatflfijto see any ?UCT* umng vo cnej| d*nd of^&ession, d^wess prosperity igi a|6ng wav*ff, and bKpie time the argei§|f ^ous ElTef^oPm: across the horizfijll We good man 8 words will doubtless be forgotten. , . , , ? . . /Mr/ BirdSwa* r3oelved twittiYhfeefB and the vast audience believed in hU -sincerity wheivie BVted'-theQeaBbns'^liilt'had im pelled himto call the , .ffleetjag together. -aJi3nr^Kh^8'^3ilJ8eln1snienfc ima^no one' could fail -but jto-havajiis heai-t deeply fetirxed by tlio' povck^ existing around. It wjw, thejyirjt-of jahjcisfanityibftt was embelHeS in tne\r midst that caused them to. assist t...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

F0(JT8ALL WES. ???? ????? ? ?; .i;.tBt1;B0C^ '???? ? . ., 5?lie,?rery..iieayy..^ui.j^-;lMt^89*upday. oauaed .the fliatoh,, City, v.^BpJabrook tp be Postponed. ' At present th^weather indica tions are gi-oa and should it continue fine a g6odganie*hbuldonBue -to-day. j ?'? The i elements aUo interfered with the Northern footjballere and- po inatohes were Sepprte of the Victorian matches played Jafit Sliturday Bhow 'that the^amos were played in lieavy showers of rain, so. :hat they could hardly be eaid to be a true iesi ,:OI -&QB pprangiu oi ; vu« wsverai W&?- il. .'; !''??! !.? ? ?? ?'??'?? ??' ??'? .The first round in tlie -contest for the ienipr premiership ^pdll conclude to-day ^h^n' the City and Holebrook wiUbe the jontending clubs. Trains will rull as usual, rherfpllevwg -arp .the teains:— City i Eyan i^pte^!W.ebb,.'iM«|GtinijaB8, M'Chrislae, Pjant, Whittingiion, Henri,. Qoldie, Bon iltehai Lan'gford '(2), Meredith, Leaman, Walton, Nieholsftn, Aukikson, Oner-t, Pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

. lv^liucHlWR^^rDAtiSNT i r* i -w 1 i ' ?ktflPS^' chMnbl-r8' J1ELI«4'BftH-1STEBBT, HOBART. FOB SALE. Building Allotments at New Town, aoU*WrU^t-«ti^itrW'lSffl-S^et, also at the new marine suburb of Boltana, from XIO each, payable by monthly instal ments. orchy, BBllana, Mary-strAot, Burnett street, Wftshtoton-styeet, Qwarry^street, BalbiutotlBtri*t; anl-HobikillliB!^ ' - Farms in Huon, Glenorohy, SorelL and other ,diytrjatf./ .qjiuy MJU-^ ? Geo. L. Nettlefold Wishes to inform his friends and the public that iuiying disposed iof r£usj biikiDBSB in Liverporfl^feeette Ins TAKEN SlflSASE OF THE BILLIARD - BOOM, BOOK HOTEL, and placed it under the manage ment of his bbothbb, and being also in oonstant, attendance. Jiiinselfv^hose, «rho ^tronW 'the'! *oom~ tafr rely -Wf bfeng treated with every respect. Wanted Known, CHEAPEST jpOOT .SHOP. IN HOBABT. Ladies', , , ; ;, «,. , . : l*pe, *7s 6d Ladies' Lace Boots, 5s 6d Note the AddresB— 134 LIVERPOOL' STREET HOBABT. pASENGrNEFOE SiLil/VeFyVhB...

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GOVERNMENT CONSIDERING THE QUESTION. 264 NAMES ENROLLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

GOVERNMENT CONSIDERING THE QUESTION. 264 NAMES ENBOLEED. Mr. B. S. Bird as secretary to the com mittee appointed at last Saturday night's meeting placed himself in communication with the Government on the subject of the unemployed. The members of the Ministry discussed the question in Cabinet on Thursday evening and again yesterday morning, but up to a late hour hist night no renlv had been received to Mr. Bird's letter. JTr. Bird, however, is given to understand tbat Ministers are disposed to render all assistance in tbeir power. It is expected that the reply will be in the secretary's hands early this morning. To show the magnitude of the requirements it need only be said that up to last evening no less than 264 names were enrolled as persons out of work, three or four of -whom only bave obtained employment, it being therefore clear that there are a large number out of work, and it must tax the resources of the Government to an extent greater than was anticipated to cope with the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

ALL SAINTS' CHOIE CONCERTS. WINTER SERIES, 1893. SPECIAL INITIATORY CONCERT TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, JUNE 6, P&BI8H SCHOOLBOOM, MACgDABIB-, STREET. Under the patronage and in the presenc of LADY DOBSON. ; Performers.— Misses Nina Abbott, Ethel Baynton, G. Baynton, White, Florence White, Rose Guilbert; Messrs. Spencer Browuell, F. Ralfe, Archie McVilly, A. Waterworth, G. Whittiagton, F. McLean, S. T. Ellis, and others. Special partsing ing, solos and choruses by chorister boys. Musical director and accompanist, Mr. I T. Julian Haywood. I General Tickets— One Shilling. Reserved Chairs— Two Shillings. ? ' City Band. BARRACKS RESERVE, SUNDAY AFTERNOON. Splendid Programme of Sacred and Classical Music. Bozos at Gates. I THEATRE ROYAL, SUNDAY EVENING Mr. Fred. England (late of Montagu- I Turner Opera Company) will sing 'The I Village Blacksmith ' and other items. Conductor, T. W. HOPKINS. The Band reserve the right to refuse admission to any person. Tasmania's hope lodge, m.u. annive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

IF YOU LIKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR NtLoUN ^^ IRS) M 0 ATE&c CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA* CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE ?

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THE GOVERNMENT'S REPLY. THEY DON'T LIKE THEIR HANDS FORCED. WANT TO DISBAND THE BUREAU. Premier's Office, Hobart, 2nd June, 1893 The Honorable B. S. Bird, M.H.A., Hobart. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

the government's Reply. They Don't Like Their Hands Forced, Want to disband the bureau. Premier's Office, Hobart, 2nd June, lgo? The Honorable B. S. Bird, M.H.A., . Hobart. Sie, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of yesterday's date, which was laid before the Cabinet last night. . The Government are keenly alive to the necessity of providing employment for the men how out of work ; and during the past few jnonths they have found work for almost every man who has applied to them, or whose name has been mentioned to the i Minister of Lauds or his Secretary. It is to be regretted that before entering upon this matter you did not ask the Government what they were doing, and what plans they had formulated for dealing ?with the distress which we all kn6w must war flVWP TfltW^g VlV K inSHpd dmmBhe Ht months. Fit ajtjjftrs thMJHB bavaHuie no enquiry From ftMwMini8t5Mt to wM provision had been mBe by tkwB-vernnJpt or the Cor poratioHfor prcftfflig em{f-ymentfor our ...

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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

fR€E SPEE-SH^ The TaBmanian Improvement and Tourists' Association is the latest of the many leagues that have come ipto existence. Its title does not commend it, for tbe simple reason that it does not explain what the iuaogurators of the movement intend to do, and after bearing; tbe various speakers that tnea uaiu ro l-se to tne occasion at its inangura' meetings, tbe actual purpose for winch it is colled into existence becomes mom indefinable. One poiut, however, is made veijr clear, that it is to be extremely higb toned. that is, so far ae gold can make it. The fasb'onab'e half-guinea is to be the taj'ff of membership and double tickets one guinea — the better half of a man is not to get into this se'ect o-gaufeit'on at a reduced price. To prevent ambigaity it is well to say right heie that the association does not intend to toy to amend the moral conduct of Tasmnniatis. nor yet intend having iu its mind's eye tbe recent bank disastei-s and swindles, starting a crusade to correct ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

For Sydney (Direct) i'M THE- FAST AMD PCWEEPOIi i i ???-?.? ? (Bj&tt the Largest Vessel in the Trade), . ' ,' l-Eg£T W, BULL, Commander, | . Leaves ,I)unn-6tiieet Pier, Hobart, on TUESDAY NEXT, 6th June, i . , at B p.m. : Splendid Spacious Promenade Decpa, JSleotric Light Throughout the Ship. Laitge find Well-VentUated State Booms. Fojre Cabins Unsurpassed in any Teasel Afloat. i\UtE6— Saloon, 40a., Beturn 60a. frorecabin, 80s., Belvtn 80s. From Launceston t0 Melbourne. ; ~ i THE EXPRESS PASSENGER : S.S. 'COO GEE,' FEED. CABRWGTON, Commander; ;Leavas LKnnoeston Wharf on THDBSDAY NEXT, 8% June, : at 11 tun. ; ' flRJfcnra tfckefe available TffTJnioh Com pany's steamers, if deeired.) FABB8— Saloon, 80s j Beturn, 60s. Fort-Cabin, BOs; Return, 80s. LwmoESTON Agents: - The Tasmfiaian Wool growers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). HoBAET GiTIOBS ; Iib^e? Davey-street. HUpDAET, PARKER & CO., Lntrwb. FOOTBALL. 8.T.F. A8SO0IATTOV PEEMIEESHIP MATCH. HOLEBEOOK V. CITY. TO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

PREMIER DRESSMAKING Establishment. Noel White AND CO.'S SPECIALTIES for AUTUMN _ and WINTER SEASON COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fi and in the latest style, ii 30/' Homespuns, Meltons Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds Foules, 13eige, etc., etc. I Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made, in any of following! materials, Plain and Fauci Navy and Black Serges Benaralines, English ancl 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, V\'ool Diago tfet cash, n ul k, Corduroy Amazoi] Cloths, Cashmeres, Home j sjmns, Fancy Check Tweeds ] etc., etc. A marvel for style and price] Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Silkspot Cheviots Cotilles. Epingles, Croco dile and Flake effects ii] Tweeds and Homespuns! 50/' I'ViiK.'y Cheviots, Vicunas! Net cash Navy and Black Serges! Best French Cashmeres ill all leadinjr shades. All Wool Robing, (iermaij Robes, embroidered, etc.j etc. Send i'or samples. 1 COSTUME COMPLETE, tailoij made Velonr-de-ltusBtj shot effects, Eng-lish an-j Scotch Tweeds, all wool Dinsjonnls. Ama...

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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 3 June 1893

MUSIN-5& [By Jacques.] For a long number of years pact each weeting of Parliament has had its syndicate bill, which has generally been supported, if not introduced, by the then Government. These jobs have had, according to the statements from time to time of members of both Houses, some nice little fees and pickings attached for those who cared to take them. The syndicate session was an attempt to carry on wholesale business in that line, where there was only room for a retail trade, and it is generally admitted to have been a mistake, as calling public attention to matters which should be kept dark. ? ? # True to custom the land grant Ouse to West Coast railway has made its appearance, but contrary to the usual way full particulars have been published. Let us have a look at them. * ♦ # 1. The railway is to be a light line, constructed substantially to the ap proval of the Government. Judging by the experience of tbe M.L.R. and Hobart tramways, the company may construct as t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

WARNER'S York Plains Coal; groat .H heat; no smoke. 1. J. WARNER, ^H 98 Collins-street. ^H F i re wood, Fire wood H CLAY BROS. 9 Wonting to clear 500 tons Firewood to ^B make room for new building, have decided ^H to sell same below current rates, cut from-^H (tins upwards, 10s. per Ton; half ton, &s-,^| lid ; 50'Jlbs., 3s., cash. Note address : T^t CLAY BROS, 339 Elizabeth-street. ]? James Davison, ? HAIRDRESSER and PERFUMER H 68 Elizabeth-street. afl ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS. |B Razors and Scissors Carefully JM G round and Set. gH All Kinds of Cutlery Done on theMWj Shortest Notice. SB What are all the People ruBhingSH down Macquarie-street for? Is therdSB a Fire or what is the matter? Bjj Ah, no! no fire, they are goingS| down to ftfi Appleby's m CHEAP MEAT SALE, S Next to Exhibition Buildings. BE He has the finest show of Meat idffl| Hobart, and selling at such prices thatfS will suit the pockets of all who patBB ronipe him. Aud at Wm 104 -S£327 Elizabeth-street likewiseHs S...

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A HUGE LOTTERY POLICE INTERVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

A Huce Lottery POLICE INTERVENTION. The question of the disposal of I land, goods, etc., by lottery is receiv- I ing the attention of the authorities at I present. The matter was brought I under notice of the Police Depart- I ment as follows : — Some persons ad- I vertised throughout the Australian I colonies a gigantic art union of landed I estates in the vicinity of Brisbane, I Queensland, to the value of the colos- I sal sum of £297,000 odd, and in the J most singular manner Hobart has I been selected as the base of operations. I It appears that the promoters of the j lottery are permitted by law to adver- I tise in the adjacent colonies, but are I not allowed to diaw for prizes. This j being found a serious drawback, the I parties concerned evidently made I diligent enquiry and were led to be- I lieve that in Tasmania, while they I could not advertise their art union, I were at perfect liberty to draw it in I this island. With this objeet in view I it was stated in the prospectu...

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V.R.C. AND V.A.T.C. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

V.R.C. AND V.A.T.C. Nominations. The offices of the Victoria Racing Club presented a busy scene on Monday after noon when the June nominations where re ceived, though up to 2 o'clock the bustle was not nearly so great as might have been expected. Considering the all round falling off in entries which has for some time past been noticeable, a difference of only six in the Melbourne Cup between this year and last must be considered eminently satisfactory, and iB ot itselt quite sumcieut to prove that fixed prizes will attract owners as much as added stakes. Amongst the cracks the name of Stratliuiore is notice able, and nothing would please thi? public more than for Mr. M'Donald to bo able to get the great son of Nordenfelt once more to tbo post. Last year's winner, Glenloth is in the list of ontrantr, which will be found to include most of the cracks of the various colonies. New South Wales is very Btrongly represented, and South Australia has a fair contingent, including the famous ...

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MR. HALL'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

MR. HALL'S MEETING. The Tasmanian Hall was crowded to the doors on Sunday evening last, when Mr. James Hall delivered an address on the question of the hour — how to provide for the wants of the unemployed. Alderman J no. Bradley occupied the chair, and in in troduoing Mr. Ha!l, remarked that the distress would not have been so keenly felt had the Government supported native industries. Mr. Hall, on rising, was re ceived with loud cheers. He wisnea to state at the outset that Mr. Bradley was in no way responsible for what he (Mr. Hall) might say. Mr. Hall then dealt ex haustively with his subject, showing that he 'had fully prepared hunsolf for the address. He said that if they continued the system of money monopoly these periods of depression would occur more frequently and with greater intensity. He foresaw the present dull times and had warned the people thereof. In his opinion, one of the causes of the depression was the rotten system of trade competition, which was a great soci...

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PALMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

PALMISTRY. It might appear surprising that in this enlightened age there should be any who claim such power, or place au3r credence in them, nevertheless such is the fact ; fortune-tellers exist to-day and thrive, for their votaries are legion, and the means employed by them are generally of the most un reliable nature. In this seeking to pierce the future they follow the ex ample of the great men of Greece and Rome, who rarely commenced any im portant undertaking without consult ing the soothsayer or the most fashionable oracle of the day ; and if we look for further examples in modern times, we find the name of Napoleon Bonaparte at the head of the list. It matters not how few there be that have actual faith in divina tion, it will still be found that the great majority will confess that, if fairly established and tangible methods be used, there is at lea«t something in it ; and the}- will gratify their curiosity at the sacrifice of a half-real, perhaps half-assumed scep ticism. A...

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THE RAMBLINGS OF UNCLE WILLIAM. No. 1. THE ALLIGATOR BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

The R amblings of Uncle William. [Written Expressly for Tbe Clipper.] No. 1. THE ALLIGATOR BURGLAR. Nearly everyone ie, or has been, the happy possessor of an uncle, but it is not every individual who has a kins man of the uncle persuasion like my much respected maternal relative, William Bunker. He is a man endowed by nature with Bome powei's of imagination which have been im proved by exercise and enlightened by travel. When he gives rein to his fancy it plays havoc with his memory, and facts expand into fictions of the most unblushing kind. I like to heai the old man talk — it is so refreshing — and every opportunity to draw him out is taken advantage of by his sister's son. The laet occasion on which Uncle William aired hit expei'iences he evolved the following narrative, which I have entitled ' The Alligator Burglar ' : When I was in Florida there was a great hue and cry about the dis appearance of the whole clerical staff of a big commercial firm, together with the safe contai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

PREMIER J DRESSMAKING! Establishment. I Noel White AND CO.'S I SPECIALTIES I for I § AUTUMN I and ? WINTER 1 SEASON'! COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fiS and in the latest style, it S 30/' Homespuns, Meltons'H Net cash. Fauc3* Checks, Tweeds'H Foules, Beige, etc., etc. 9 Send for samples. S COSTUME COMPLETE, tailorfl made, in any of follow iiH'HB materials, Plain aud FancfBJ Navy and Blaek SergeriHj Bengalines, English aa-!fl| 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool-DiagtS Netcasli. nals, Corduroy AmazoSl Cloths, Cashmeres, Homc'gH spuns, Fancy Check TweedsiH etc., etc. ^B A marvel for style and pi-iciH Send for samples. Bj COSTUME COMPLETE, tailoifl made Silkspot Cheviot;fl| Cotilles, Epiugles, CroctHJ dile and Flake effects iHj Tweeds and Homespun SB 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicuna Bj Net cash Navy and Black SergcBB Best French Cashmeres i^B all leading shades. ABB Wool Robing, Grerin:iS[ Robes, embroidered, eUB9 etc. Send for samples. g£j COSTUME COMPLETE, tailoSj made Velonr-de-BusJH shot effects, Engli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 June 1893

iaoNGHi'ws. influenza, .'. ;! him ,11-n..* .I/-' .v-ii-_j^uU in' '.rni/'i I ' ' ? SQBE THROA?ri;Jfe,'l!'J ' /,'j' no8 38 8793DH.l.H!':;; WMiV.ry. cv.ii'iM''' - ????? v ?? ??! ;:/. ? DRAfCg'S Pe^t^l Bjripam of €ARRAjGHEEN .;. :;:: ;';J;:p jtpB^T«H\-ioBB), .; ;;?; ??_? (begistered). ???'... ?. ? v .?.: .?? ''?? ? . ? ?? ? ?? ''''? It ie thtf Most Popular und Success ful Cough Mixture in Pharmacy, and {-&^fe£^l»»i&«-mtaeiided hy the :: faculty. , , . : ? ' ' . It Socithes the Inflamed Metabrane ' BreaKs uj- Irritating Mucus,, Allays Coughing, and Induces Repose. : ? ?? As a. Family Medicine no houeehold saould be without it. Obtainable at ' all Chemists in Is., Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. Bottles. $? SOLE PROPRIETORS, tirake and Co., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Corner MDRRAT AND COLLINS STS., HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. 'The Clipper' THE PEST ASt- MOST NOVEL ADVEETISING MEDnJM . ; aN TASMANIA. agtEntswanted every where. The Workers should push «q?Uer Oiipper,' To en courage! Biem w...

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