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THE CHURCHES AND THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

THE CHURCHES AND THE PEOPLE. The members of the Ministers' Asso ciation are to be congratulated upon the meetings held within the last fortnight, having for their object the discussion of social questions bearing upon the welfare of the masses. The arrangements for discussion of Buch questions might have been improved in one direction. Instead of the ministers taking up four evenings and leaving the fifth for free discus sion it would have been much better if the ministers had taken alternate evenings, leaving the one between for a fuller discussion of the various topics dealt with than was possible in a general traversing of the whole by various speakers occupying but three hours only. If the Ministers' Association would more often condescend to meet the people in open discussion its members would soon possess a larger influence than they enjoy at the present tune. There is no use whatever in ignoring the fact that the clerg7 as a class keep aloof from the people in a manner that b...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE LABOR CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

THE LABOR CLAUSE. TBt A MlNER.l I am of opinion that the labor clause in the Mineral Lands Act should be strictly enforced, especially in the Zeeban and Dundas districts, as more than 50 per cent, of the land taken up in these centres are held for speculative purposes only, and not a pick has been put into them. Take the sections held at North Duudas — we will say, start at the Junction and go along the North Dundas-road for about two and a half miles : this land is being held under lease for silver and lead, and there is no sign of any woik done on any of these sections. At about the two-and-half miles we come to the Madam Melba track, and from there to the Ring River. This track was made by the Government and cost a good penny, being cordu royed for a distance of six and a quarter miles, making one of the best pack tracks in the district. This distance is from the North Dundas road to the Ring River. The whole of the land has been taken up and held for yeais, and I have beeu along...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Mining Notes and Tips :'[Bt Gnome.] : The Amalgamated Golden Era is' looking promising. Gold can now be got in the dish, in the south - drive;' which is now being continued ton good looking, stone. In' the drive north a quantity of water is making1, and it is anticipated that a good body of stone is ahead. : Tasmanias have risen rapidly ' in value during the week, and this stook may now be expected to rise in value. As I predicted West Volunteers have struck good stone. The Volunteer is looking rather sick just now. Some very rich stone has been re ceived from the Woody Hill mine during the week. Work b,as been recommenced, and I have some con fidence in saying that this mine has an excellent future before it. Most of the workers on the Woody Hill are also shareholders, and prospecting operations have been carried on judiciously and expeditiously. A large number of the shares offered in the Godkin have been taken up. The legal manager requests us to state that the office was in no w...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PALMISTRY. HAND III. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

PALMISTRY. HAND III. Muscular - 6Anouine Ttpe. — Cha racter : Courageous, quarrelsome, unjust, violent, cruel, brutal. A more moderate development gives self-control, resistance, courage, re signation, coolaess, resolution. The analogy between the natures of the planets and those of men has caused the muscular-sanguine organisation to be attributed to Mars, the most stormy of the planets. It is repre sented by a rounded elevation formed about the centre of the percussion of the hand, just below the mount at the base of the little finger, as well as by the hollow in the centre of the palm, called the ' Plain of Mars,' both signifying struggle or strife. Very violent, cruel, and brutal per sons have that part of the hand which lies between the little finger and the wrist, so developed as to form a half circle, whereas the ' Plain of Mars' is represented by an elevation and not by the usual hollow. A more mode rate development signifies only the power of resistance, self-control.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Teddy Mao said he trained the Olty fpUowers. . . ,... ? ,.; ( Owen Meredith was at '$a' .bust on, Saturday. ' .' '. ' :' . . Billy Casey played a Splendid back game. ? ? ? ??-;?;.-'* ?'? ' i: Book in the centre was -not sogooa m usual. , . ? .,-,. . . .-,i ( .? : i Jackson had Plan'; in trouble on the wing. ' ' ! ' ' ? M'GiunUs, although Uof haH well, played a good game, j -:.ii ?????? »? ?? ?? A. Nibhotam showed some fino.play. Th.e erpltement; was intense the last five minutes. ., .- ; Billy atBJw played well fljad kicked a Oranite is in heavy training for to-day's tiiafoh, ; ? ': ? Bill. Bryant says ,Jie is going to rove to-day. Langworthy, M'Christie, G. Langford, and Oeo. Nicholson are four good Col followers. ! Dick Langford potted a teautiful goal. Mons fa not very big but he was pretty busy on Saturday. Webb and Jack Sibley were a bit off in the heavy going. : Holebrook had a trip to Bichmond and flayed a scratch match. Some fun in store to-day to see the old boys making lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

^N ADDRESS ON THE WHARF TO-MORROW, 3 p.m., by J. HALL. Subject — The ' Daily ' Hobbob v. Political and Social Organisations. ANTED.— Used Stamps. Old insuos. State price to Boulette, P.O., New Norfolk. ? TTMBBELLA HOSPITAL, 71 MUBBAY STBEBT. Skilled attendance. Cutlery Ground am Set. t

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

ANSWERS. Any one desirous of a description of character by means of this charming art has only to enclose an outline of their hand, with 12 penny stamps (addressed *' Zeuo,' Clipper office,), and the de scription will appear in this column. Auy in .euious individual will devise a ready means of outlining — for instance, the old method of running a lead pencil about the hand and fingers while the palin is turned down on the paper— will give satisfactory results. It would to as well to fill in the principal markings or lines of the palm so as to give more data. H. K., Sorell. — You are a puzzle to your self at times, there is a rare mixture of strength and fancy. You are powerful in physique, and well able to defend your own rights i are also aggressive and are continually tempted to attack the fads and fancies of others. One of the most singular traits is the frequent collision between your imagination and your intelligence. The material world is decidedly your sphere of action, you ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

FGOTBAulniori! 'IBr; Biros.] 1 The RaUway andCity met at RijiM^gS Saturday, for the second time th^*|ason in the presence of a fair number pt, %eo tators. . .The weather Vas cold and flull. The game was oypttly contested through out, and resulted in ft victory for the City, who stored 6 goals 6 behinds to Railway's 4 goals STJehmda, . T.; Ryan, the .captain of the City Club, resumed nis post on Saturday 'last for the first tune since his recent accident. Johnston, the central umpire, was not in hie usual good form, hence there were several breaches of the rules. The old players of the City and Railway play at Risdon to-day. The proceeds are in aid of the funds of the WeBt Hobart Fire Brigade. Mr. Johnston has ex pressed his willingness to umpire free of charge. Mr. T. R. Mat-Aden acts as manager of the southern team which plays in Laun ceston to-day. City played South Lnunceston at Elphin last Saturday. Scores j— City, 3,6 ; South Launceston, 2.4. The mighty have fallen. At the begi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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THE BEER TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

THE BEER TAX. Dear Clipper, — Seeing how fairly you hi* out in your weekly on all matters o^ general importance I trust you will also treat the beersellers to a few lines, show ing the injustice done by the hist impost placed on beer, which is entirely a class taxi as it does not affect the higher grade of Motels in any way. Each little house has; to pay Is. extra, which means in the yeatr nearly the amount of a second license, whi ch no publican in the small houses can bo^ ? owing to tho heavy rent rates and lig] ting. This extra shilling is like the lasi straw on the camel's back. It will bre \k the publicans. Houses will be emj ty, and an all-round loss in every way in the revenue. Tho poor man cannot afford to pay now for his pint more than 3d, while the profit at that price is insuf ficient to meet demands. There was a saying 'Hang his eyes, whoever tried to rob. a poor man of his beer,' which should no\b be altered to robbing the provodore. SOFFEBEB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Are the on^^^le1*!^, sell . ; T^E . Ji^R^QO^B : &ID -HA)Vm PRICED: / ±1 PER PAIR,. Evbb/t Paxe Qdabantebd Sound. . ?..'.. .? . .' It has No Bival in the MABfeBT. . ?? ? '- ? — t. ? v--cr^i -* Every Lady who either -efamines-or^para this Glove is delighted with it. ??.'?? --'.1 -1 / .' ' ' EVERT PAIR ,-HJARANTEED. Peiob :4s,' 11». Pkb Pair. Flaws 8^ Williams Are becoming Notorious for the Good Value they give in ? . HOSIERY. Note.— Ladies' Fast Black Cotton Hose, extra, fashioned, high spliced heels, toes- and ankles, New Clbak Goods, lOJd-, Is. 4H-. Is. 6Jd. Ladies' Block and Navy Cashmere, full | fashioned, sound, heavy reliable goods, at Is. 6H-. Is. lid., Ba. 8d., 2s. Od., 2s. 9d. : Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. I Now.— We don't sell Fink Edged Flan [ aelette at 6d., under the name of Pink , Edged Electoral Flannel. Who did it P - A Marvellous Medicine ! s ? Relief In 10 minutes I FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, I BRONCHITIS. INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, Etc., NO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

Ed.Wlukany &S& HAS OPENED. I ~H jpgl 20 OAsm 1ST ES W Winter Clbthttig and 10 CASES of the LATEST STYLES of Materials for his TAILORING DEPARTMENT Although he hae entirely given up his Drapery Business, he reminds his patrons that he is continuing his \ TAILORING & CLOTHING BUSINESS at 80 Murray - street, this being now HIS SOLE ADDRESS. MEN'S SUITS, MEN'S OVERCOATS, BOYS' SUITS, BOYS' OVERCOATS, JUVENILE SUITS, JUVENILE OVERCOATS. THE BIGGEST STOCK IN THE ISLAND. 80 MURRAY- STREET. IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY begs to inform his friends in Hobart and throughout the Colony that, having disposed of the whole of the Drapery stock in his late establish ment, 96 Liverpool-street, to Messrs. W. Henry & Co., he is now giving his entire attention to the ') TAILORING, CLOTHING, and MEN'S MERCERY business, which will be continued at 80 M U RR A Y - STRE ET, which will in future be his sole address. In making the above announcement, Edward Mulcahy sincerely...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 1 July 1893

ANY of the following papers supplied at 7s. 6d. per quarter. Tour choice of three for a guinea : — Harper's Weekly, Harper's Bazaar, Scientific American, Puck, Judge, New York Clipper, Police Gazette, Frank Leslie's Illustrated, Police News, Irish World, Irish American. Auebican News Depot, 18 Liverpool-street. /CHEAPEST Picture-frame Maker in v- Hobart. Howard's, 227 Liverpool-st. IT L I X I M How Tom Appleby Sells the Very Best of Meat and Small Goods at such Very Low Prices. IT L I X I M Still more how TOM APPLEBY conducts such an Extensive Business on such Small Profits, but IT L I X I M Most that he buys for CASH, and thus ob tains the best stock in the market at the lowest price, and CUSTOMERS can par ticipate in this advantage by purchasing their meat from TOM APPLEBY, At either of his establishments, at the Exhibition Building, New Market, 104 and 327 Elizabeth-street. ?QRY ROAST COFFEE. Our Coffee is roasted in eight minutes, one-sixth of the time required by the old method...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

THE . ? ? l ' I WERT HEIM ' SEWING MACHINES,1, : fit i LIVERPOOL STREET. ALFRED PERRY, Furniture Broker, ?ft- Valuator, and Commission Agent. i 3 Address : Care: Wasitorook Bros,, XJollins-st. J* A M E 6 1- K l-'-W.l fruit Merchant/Commission Agent, etc., i LOWEB ElIZABETH-BTBEET, i MT A P P I E L D , ? HOUSE, ESTATE, & GENERAL coiiattssioN agent, STOCK EXCHANGE, COLLINS-BT. S. Wade Cower; PICTURE-FRAME MAKER & PICTURE DEALER, 65 MURRAY-STREET. Importer of Gilt and Ebonised Pier Glasses Picture-Frames and Glass Show-Cases made ? on the shortest notice. ? Bear In Mind. , T£ WILL PAY YOU TO GO TO I M. L. MOORHOUSE for SIGNWRmNG. CALICOES AT LOWEST PRICES. CALICOES SUPPLIED IN ONE DAY. 186 COLLINS STEEE/T, ? near Cascade Brewery Office. ? P. C. _Abbott, ^WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER ?WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER 74 MURRAY STREET. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. E.LAMPKIN^Sr 271 Elizabbth-stbeet. E.L. can confidently say that no shop in Hobart supplies to their customers a better class of me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

JEALOUSY TOO FAR FETCHED. AS certain interested persons have cir -t*- culated false rumors in the vain en deavor to profit thereby, I wish to deny that the business is being closed, and take this opportunity to sincerely return thanks to all friends and patronR, and assure them I now have improved accommodation for prompt delivery. Also purchased 200 tons splendid dry wood, coming forward regu larly by train. Addross — U. H. GLOVER, 180 ELIZABETH-STREET. See tho Wood and Name on Gate, Ready Money Wood and Coal Yabd. P.S. — Hay, Chaff, Poultry, Produce, Prime Butter, etc. All Lowest Rates for Cash. Enquire ! ? ANY of 1 lie following papers supplied at 7s. Od. per quarter. Your choice of three for a guinea: — Harper's Weekly, Harper's Bazaar, Scientific American, Puck, Judge, New York Clipper, Police Gazetto, Frank Leslie's Illustrated, Police News, Irish World, Irish American. Amkiu'AN News Depot, 1h Liverpool-street. £N ADDRESS ON THE W HARP j TO-MORROW, 3 p.m., bt J. HALL. I Subjec...

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V.R.C Grand National Hurdle Race. ANTICIPATIONS [BY "THE OWL."] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

V.R:G.GnflUD National Hurdle Race. : ANTICIPATIONS. ..': . ? .? ; ; [By ' The Owl.'] ? The Grand National Hurdle Baoe will be run to-day, and I anticipate the following result j-H-Morfig 4 or Titanio 1, Fire' King 2, Wellingto . or Proconsul 3. t . .-. [J3r 'The Pbophet.'] Grand National Hurdle. — Merrigal 1, Stamboul 2, Satyr 8. ' For the other events I like the chances of the following : — Maiden Hurdle — Eclipse 1, Comedian 2, Polonius 3. Two-year-old — Amadeus 1, Loch Ness 2, Excel 3. Maiden Steeple— Dondi 1, Brodie 2, Lonnen 3. Winter Handicap — Cooya 1, Carring ton 2, Graduate 3. In May, 1891, Sir Wilfred, who is a Tas manian bred horse, by (King Arthur from Flyaway, won the two-mile Hurdle Race at Flemington, carrying 13st. 31b.. and beating Grandwing, 9st. 101b., and Flash light, 12Bt. 121b. If well on the day he will (says a Sydney paper) be the hardest to beat in the Grand National this year, for which his weight is only 12st. Bib.

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

MiNiltJYWSJuiqJffs! .rJ^^WJ The way in which shares are knocked about on the stock market is enough to disgust honest people. Having oversold themselves the ?' bears ' b&vo been at' work and all other ' investments have Buffered. If shareholders would only stiok to their 'Shares a little more ' closely the ?'bears' would be taught Vi. lewon they mould not readily forget When will share- ', hp}dera get to realise .i hat a market is often ''fin&dej £4l@8 bfsing. arranged,., it- .being ' quite understood between buyer and seller chit neither money nor stock shall change hands. Some day when I have more time than I have now I will give you some idea how these little arrangements are manipuv lated. In the meantime I advise share holders not to be so easily scared when ; then is an apparent sudden' drop in the : value of stocks. ? - Queens have bobbed up and down in most ridiculous fashion — 23s., 30s., 23s., etc., etc. Further improvements are stil taking place at the min...

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SPORT TIT BITS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

Sport Tit Bits. The chief attraction at the Hobart Ath letic Club on Monday evening last was a four-round eet-to between Dick Jones and Harry Miller. After a very friendly con test, in which Miller made a grand display against his formidable antagonist, the re feree awarded the match to Jones. There were two other willing rounds between some youngsters, the whole forming a good evening's entertainment. Dick Jones and Clifford will have eight rounds on Wednes day evening next for the championship of Tasmania. Of the 129 horses in the big Cup, New minister is the sire of no fewer than 11, Nordenfeldt being next on the list with 9, then Trenton and Robinson Crusoe with 7 each, and Richmond with 9. The English bred colt, North Australian, who has been entered for the Melbourne Cup by a Queensland sportsman, will pro bably be trained by Walter Hickenbothain. He is by Hagioscope out Cluquita, by Blair Athol. There are 170 publio and private trainers in England and they train 3370 horses. ...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

Cycling Notes. [Bt Bike.] Jim Ford, tho Launceston captain, says things are very slow up there. Wiley, of Longford, has been doing a bit of good riding in Melbourne. The H.C.C. have a fire in their room every night, which makes things comfort able, the energetic hon. sec. bringing a piece of coal down in his pocket every evening. E. A. Vogt, the amateur bike champion of Scotland, has made 10 miles in 24 minutes 34 seconds. This is 16 seconds better than the previous record, held by F. J. Osmond, now visiting the United States. We have lost Charlie Barlow from our ranks, he having gone to take up a position at Avoca. Charlie (or Pascoe) was without a doubt the most popular cycliBt down South. Harry Baily a promising rider for '93. Percy Marsden to go to Chicago if he succeeds in lowering Reeling's fifty miles. Bill is a hard case and so is his record.

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

eUW3K£1^Y: ' Hut still his tongue ran on, Anfl, with its everlasting olao-:7 Set all men's oars upon the rack.'-— Hopiems. Our Taemanldb musical authority (P) Mr. F. A. Packer adds a bit of tuning forl lightning to our already much disturbed weather elements. When our City Fathers are in funds allowing them to afford getting their hall organ tuned again they had better leave this work in the same competent hands that did it before and who know all about pitch. We may assure any vocalists or instrumentalists who cannot sing or play to our Town Hall organ 'when tuned' as at present, that 'the finest collection of tuning forks in these colonies' will never put them up to the mark, but only professional and con scientious study . We also have tlie fork at oar command, neither 'untested, uncerti fied,' nor 'sent by the most eminent authority of the day,' but the philhar monic C, got at the f ountainhead, London, England — British, and hence Tasmanian — to which they sing and play at that...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 July 1893

Music and the Stage. ?? [Bt-'Kwbio;]'' ' ? A good Btart'^'as' 'made by the recently organised Tasmanian Or chesh'a' itt'a'gbm'd oohoert at; the T-i#n HfcH oh Wednesday evening, which'1 tkifcnM ? out very enjoyable to an atobrociative1 'audience, necessarily limited through -the unproptiions eleineiiis. ; A LoaUliy musloianly tone pervaded this gathering of prbfes- . slohalsV which, imparting itself to interested listeners, makes the ab sence of the usual drawbacks, un avoidable in amateur efforts, all the more appreciated. In an orchestra like this every player is, as befits the occasion, interested in and instru mental to the euccesB of the whole, into which he sinks his individuality, hence the musical effect as distin guished from that of a gathering of amateurs, where everybody, even the drummer, aspires to be a soloist. The production of two of Rossini's over tures reflects every credit on the per formers. They played their No. 8 with a splendid verve throughout, worthy of a be...

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