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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

DON'T READ THIS! Hero lnnd o' coVcb and britiicr Scots, Frac Muideu Kirk to Joliney Ctrogts! If theru's a hole in a1 your coats, I rido ye tent it ! A chiel'BaniQ'itr you inkiu notes. Au1 fuitu he'll Vretit.it! You neod not wear any Coats with holes in them while P LAISTER C:iu supply you with a Good Serge One for 2s. lid. I have Serge Trousers, also 2s. ] Id. pair Gent's Linen Collars, 3d. oach Neckties from 3d. each Men's Sor, 3d. pair Men's Braces, Gd. pair . Tweed Caps, Gd. each Men's Tweed Trousers, 5s. lid. p,i-r Boy's Serge Sailor Suits. 3s lid., trimmed gold uraid Boy's S.iilor Caps, 3d. Eegatt.i Sliivts, 2s. G i. eich. collars attachad Gent's Cirdig.ms. is. lid. Men's Working Shirts, Is. Gd. Gent's Overcoats, extra long cipes, 19d. 6d. Boy's Shirts, from 7.Jd. oach. All these Bargains to be obtained at A. E. PLAISTER'S, Tim PkOI'I.E'S DliAPKIi, 95 ELIZABETH-STREET 95 ? Lloyd's Buildings. ? FOOTBALL. LAUNCESTON v. RAILWAY. TO-DAY, JULY 15. Trains, 2.10 and 2.50. Return Train...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

Mining Notes and Tips [BT GrNOMB.] The Amalgamated Golden Era bas reached one of the lode formations before referred to, and driyiftg is now Veins con tinued on the oourie,«f the lode between two good walls 4 f 6$ apart. Although the stone does not carry.gold as yet, I have no doubt a shoot of gold-bearing stone will soon be reached. v'| / v North Grubbs, are starting .|o 'drive a tunnel that will cut the lineot the Grubb lode. It will be driven a distance of about 200 feet to put this point. The jumpers have withdrawn their application for for feiture of the section. ? \ At the North Western, Mr. Weiseh, the manager, hopes to cut the western lode, which he is now prospecting for. The erection of the Western concentrat ing plant is being proceeded with. It will be a hugh concern, and it yet remains to be seen if the directorate have not made a mistake in not selecting a cheaper plant — one that would have met all the require ments of the company for many years to cooic. At the Briti...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

mVE bebn made % J ddiAioha ! iuVest«;. . : mentB in Land. . 'j,,,, , BE£ff)A:illiA,w! ,i ?.;? ' . ' The North Shore of Hobart. ^Uotjaente, AO-x 180, £10v60 lx 2OO,-£20.- :, OU'Eaey, TerinB, ,,£1 deposit and 41 par tnontji, no interest. ' Plan's and particulars' r 1 Cook's GuAnibersj, . , ELIZABBTHJSTliEET; HOB&ttT. R.|J. Rogers&Soa.i .. REAL ESTATE -.- AGENTS, MUEEAY AJtfD COLMNS STREETS, HOBART. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. ' -l.B.O. PROPERTIES GUIDE,' issued . , gratis, may be obtained on application at a the Offices, corner Murray and . Collins' : - Streots. The entire management of Estates, and . . Collection of Rents in Town or Country ? undertaken. Statements rendered monthly, ' : quarterly, or half-yearly, according 'to in- . struetions. CENTRAL PROPERTY EXCHANGE, [Established 1871—22 Yea.bb'3 AS ENGINE FOR SALE, very cheap, 4-man power. Apply Paton and , O'Brien, Clipper office. Hotels. Enterprise Hotel, BRIGHTON JUNCTION. GEORGE EAVES, Late of SYDNEY HOTEL, HOBART D...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, Axe the only people who Bell THE LAROCHE KID GLOVE PRICE 4 11 PER PAIR. Every Paib Guaranteed Sound. It has No Rival in tug Mabket Every Lady who either examines or wean tthis Glove ie delighted with it. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. PaiCE is. lli-. Per Paie. Flaws & Williams Are becoming Notorious for the Good Value they give in HOSIERY. Note.— Ladies' Fast Black Cotton Hose, extra fashioned, high spliced keek, toes- and ankles, New Clean Goods, lOJd., Is. 4Jd., Is. 6Jd. Ladies' Black and Navy Cashmere, full fashioned, sound, heavy reliable goods, at Is. 6Jd., Is. lid., 2s. 3d., 2s. 6d., 2s. 9d. Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Note.— We don't sell Pink Edged Flan nelette at 6d., under the name of Fink Edged Electoral Flannel. Who did it P A Marvellous Medicine ! Relief In 10 mfnutes - — i FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, Etc., NO REMEDY EQUALS DRAKE'S Pectoral Balsam oi CARRAGHEEN (Or IR...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART ATHLETIC CLUB CLIFFORD DEFEATS JOKES. CHAMPIONSHIP OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

Hobart Athletic Club. CLIFFORD DEFEATS .JONES. CHAMPIONSHIP OF TASMANIA. There was a very large attendance at the Hobart Athletic Club room on Wed nesday evening last, the attraction being that Dick Jones, of Tasmania, and \V. Clifford, of Melbourne were anuouurcd to box eight rounds for the championship of Tasmania. Prior to the event of the evening coming og there was a lively spar between two pupils and an engagement between Harry Miller and the irrepressible Dan Lyons. The former undertook to knack Dan out in four rounds, but in the last the referee very properly put a atop to it, as the long 'un persisted in going down, evidently thinking it wise to bestow 10 seconds in ' knee drill ' alternately with doing a little coursing round the ring. If Dan lives long enough he will probably become a boxer, but he will have to live a. very long time. After this bout had boon concluded Dick Jones stepped into the ring, Clifford following. The boxers were eagerly scanned by the crowd, the ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

ANSWERS. - Any one 4esirous of a description of character by means of this charming art has only to euolose an outline of their hand, with 12 penny stamps (addressed '? Ze .o,' Cliimer offloej, and the de Boriptiou will appear in this column. Any In enious individual will devise ft ready means oi outlining— tor instance, the old method of limning a lead pencil About the hand and fingers while the palm is turned down on the paper— will sire satisfactory results. It would be as well to fin in the principal lnorkinee or lines of the palm bo as to give more data. Mary. — With you the poetic has to make way for tbe practical, and you want a reason for everything. You are not afraid of work, and will work for quite a long time very patiently to gain your ends. Ton do not wish to quarrel ; but people must not interfere with .your prospects, or the prospects of those you arc interested ib, or you will try to get even with them some way or another. Your affections are usually well under cont...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
V,R.C. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

V.R.C. Grand National Steeplechase. TBv ' The Owl.'H The V.B.C. Grand National Steepleohase will be run to day, and I fancy the result will be as follows : — Shyloclc or Trojan 1, Kremlin 2, Ouida 3. [By 'The Phophbt.'] The following are my fancies for to day's Victorian events : — Open Hurdle — Hapo 1, Wellington 2, Knight of the Garter 3. Lawn Handicap — Carrington 1, Sine 2, Premier 3. Grand National Steeplechase — Trojan 1, Kremlin 2, Shylock or Tyro 3. July Handicap— Pigeontoe 1, Seacombe 2, Graduate 3. Open Steeplechase — Orange- man 1, Chemist 2, Volunteer or Blondin 3.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LEGAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

Legal Notes. [By Lex.] It is high time, I think, that the oath was totally abolished in our Courts. By the 53 Vic, No. 9, it is provided that any person who objects to taking the oath may give evidence on affirmation, and it is thus practically abolished, but I am of opinion it should be wholly abolished. Every right - thinking and conscientious person will be bound by his word as much ae by hie oath, and with others it is the fear of the consequences which prevents them from committingperjury.and not the moral influence of their oath. I have heard it urged that some conscientious people consider that they may commit perjury without offending against their conscience unless they arc put on oath, but I think such a contention will not hold water, as I take it that the very basis upon which a conscientious man builds his ' truth.' The expression ' bo help me, God,' is now a common oath with many who are called on to give evidence, and it may be heard among boys in the street, playing ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PALMISTRY. HAND V. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

PAtMISTRfc, HAND V. , JMj^-?jmiAN— NERVOUS-BlUpUBjYPfi. .?J-^QhaVflC^r :, Clever, eloquent, ihdusi. furious, , prompt, adroit, unrigging. , To £he 'iiifluence oi Uie planet .Kfarcury, whow ^e ancients termed 'the agile' and i' the messenger,'-': they dedicated, , the nervous-bilious temperament,, and -its presence is recognised in the baud by the length and agility ,of the tingeps.and more, especially o| theojie -vp Call tbe little linger,, whose on.evenient.is, at onpe,; 44e mpst delicate and graceful. This finger, is called Mercury, and the ele vation at i,ts base, the mount of Mercury. It is a recognised fact that persous with the nervous-bilious tempera ment, ftud with impressible, acute minds, have the little finger, pro portionally, much larger, longer, and more pointed than the others. An undeveloped mount of Mercury is rane.

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

THE TURF. Tauranga is spoken of as being a likely candidate for the next Hobart Cnp. A. long way to look ahead. At present he is doing hack work. On Thursday next an interesting trotting watch will take nlace between Mr. Beck's Bobby and a chestnut belonging to Mr Barwick. The distance is twenty miles — from Melton Mowbray to Bridgewater, and the stakes £50 a side. Bobby should win. The Galloway Target has gone home to Sydney, it is likely that his late rider, Newitt, will follow as he has left Gait's employ. C. Spencer is taking Newitt's place with Gait. Strike is in work again, but will take some time to get fit. W. Geeson is schooling several new jumpers atOatlands, among them is a full brother to Leo. It would be a treat even to have a pony meet in this long close season. Helene has gone to Melbourne. Possibly for sale. The os-Tasmanian pony, Viccnza had a win in Victoria since her arrival there. M. Doyle has probably found a purchaser for Hamilton in Melbourne. The Hobart Hunt ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

Music and the Stage. [Bt Keino.] Again the musical week opened with promise by the City Band's open air concert in the Barracks square, on Sunday afternoon, for which Mr. Conductor Hopkins had prepared a very smart programme : 'Queen's Review' (Hume), 'Yeo- men of the Guard' (Sullivan), 'Danse des Sabots' (Yvolde), inter mezzo ' Delia Sposa,' ' Maritana,' and the ' Hoheuzollem Garde Pas Redouble.' All the items were per formed with the usual City Band verve, the French clog dance ('Dause des Sabots') and the splendid ' HohenzolJern Garde March' espe cially 60. On Monday evening the Orpheus Club followed with their subscription concert, well attended and enjoyed. Of the orchestra's contributions the morceaux from Haydn's B flat sym phony were a credit to them, their leader, and the pianistc. Weber's ' Invitation' had well been put down in the programme as a ' Study' (sic) and the old-fashioned 'Italiana in Algieri' (Rossini), Laving long been shelved in Europe, with piano pieces of t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

PbPt^rth» Tvyenty^ears Ago. n , [By .ttiaajpt.] (CoKiinue&from oyr lost.) ., Here we found a solitary1 indi-' vidunl in charge, one 'Wirijjy' Reyiolds by name, a big, ' tall feller C. with .only.1', one arm, '?fie' seenud glad' to; see 'us;' ajid at once : rirrto^eded^ to: entertain :ub with' tea and (damper- and yarns. The -two fornipr ? were digested' with' great' relifih, but the yarns needed a modi- '. -bum ,of Balt/'aBwe knew from repbr^ that j' Wihgy ' was one of the biggest liars | on -the Peninsula,1 so much 'so that even some of his semaphore mes sages had to be received with care. From the summit of Mount Commu nication there is a splendid view of the surrounding country and water. This was the intermediate station between Muddy Plains and Mount Arthur at the1 time of our visit, but more of this further on. Having re fretehed the inner man we descended the mount and found our friends waiting to start again. On our return to the river the sun . blazed down upon us w...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

Football Notes. [Bv Uvce.j The committee of the S.T.P.A. postponed the match last Saturday, which was to have taken place between the City and Hole brook clubs, alleging the bad state of the ground for their action. As the weather was beautifully fine and as the before-mentioned committee had decided the previous even ing that the watch should take place a large number of people walked out to Risdon, to Buffer a bitter disappointment. If the ground was unfit to play on Saturday morning surely the committee must have been aware of the fact on Friday evening. At all events a notification of the postpone ment might have been sent to the various newspaper offices, and the committee's notion made public as far as possible. The Lsiunccstou Club once more asserted their superiority ou Saturday lost, when they defeated the South Launceston by 4 goals G behinds to 3 goals 3 behinds. I regret to hear that J. Plant, the mem ber of the City Football Club, who met with an accident in Launceston ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FREE SPEECH. THE APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

fREE SREE6H. TH^! iAPPROACHING SESSION ? OF PARLIAMENT. On ', Tuesday next our ' Lords and Commons'! will meet for the dispatch of business. But we quite expect to find that the business will not be dis patched very quickly at the sta'.'t. Foi'jualit.ies generally take up the first three or four days, and members generally don't seem ready to settle down to work until the second week. Curious ears will listen on Tuesday nest, but will probably listen in vain, for Rome definite announcement of the policy that 16 to save the country. For. the Treasurer -will, almost cer tainly, keep back his startling pro posals as long as he can. His Excel lency's speech will put things as plea santly as possible, yet between the lines we may expect to find an undertone of sadness, which even a bright pas sage about the recent royal marriage will not dispel. There will doubtless be a broad statement as to the seiious falling off in revenue, by way of pre paration for the sorrowful confession thfijTre...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

For Sydney (Direct) THE FAST AND POWERFUL 8.S. 'T A S M AN I A,' 2252 Tqns (By far the Largest Vessel in (he Trade), PEECY W. BULL, Commamdee, Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, on TUESDAY, 18tfe July, ? at 8 p.m. Splendid Spacious Promenade Decks, Electric Light' Throughout the Ship. Large and Well-Ventilated State Booms. Fore Cabins .Unsurpassed in any Vessel Afloat. FARES— Baloon, 40s., Return 60s. Forecabin, 20s., Return 30s. From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS PASSENGER S. S. 'COO GEE,' FRED. CARRINQTGN. Commandeb, Leaves Launceston Wharf on EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) ft FARES— Saloon, 30s ; Return, 50s. r Fore-Cabin, 20s ; Return, 30s. Launceston Aoekts: The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). Hobaet Offices: Lower Davey-street. HUDDART, PARKER & CO., Limited. Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and. Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magni...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
JUDICIAL JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

JUDICIAL JUSTICE. There is no more press! ig or gvaver question than a faithful administra tion of justice, foe on it hangs at least the geneial contentment, if not the well-being of the commuuil.y. Of late years, unfortunately, the people have been growing more and more dissatisfied, and proofs have not been wanting, either in Tasmania or the neighboring colonies, that there is one law for the rich and another for the poor. At the present time there are in all our cities men walking about in the public 6treet who have com mitted felonies, ranging in culpability from the petty thief up to the abor tionist, the perjuror, aud fraudulent bank director. In spite of this almost every day evidence that wealth and influence does count for something, the Attorney-General (the Hon. N. E. Louis) would doubtless wish to be considered sincere when he said, at the recent contempt of court prosecu tion, that ' A pure and uncorrupt ad ministration of justice was one of tlie greatest privileges a S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 15 July 1893

CLACKERY. 'But still hie tougueran on, And, with its everlasting clack, Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hudidbis. Questions that should be asked when the House meets : How many days were the Tasmaniau Defence Force employed in erecting marquee and decorating for the receat fashionable marriage, and if it is a fact that Government messengers were likewise employed in connection with the festivities on that occasion ? The un employed are somewhat interested in the answers. Tons to the nature of its promoters the soup kitchen is being run on commercial principles, and the needy have to make way for the bloated capitalist that has a penny wherewith to buy the coveted nourishment. The more generous policeman, that has been called into evidence to prevent im position has on more than one occasion provided the requisite copper for the relief of the hungry one. Report says that the Exhibition Com- mittee have more than one little difficulty on their hands that is likely to cause trouble...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

TonfeiiiAwtiMr ? Twenty Years Ago, [BvuElKQ8L»] .' '. fContiitutdJYpm our^t.) , -, 1 Two tmiliiinjjs ,f»ight (jp. seen iqn tbe' islan'd, tUo brio a. mere .sUJBd. to felidlter funeral t particB from. ,)the -k\-|eatlier, tlie other ceitaiply onee.iu tikbkable 'but at best a jneto hut. In this the grave digger, would reside \vhen his business was brisk and . the prisoners were released by the hand pf death. The notorious Mark Jeffries, w'hom 1 have ah-eadr mentioned,; had a ' crazy fancy to take up his abode upon the isle. The request being gladly permitted, he did so, and lived some time in his retirement. As a return for this indulgence he dug the graves of his fellow prisoners. Provisions were taken over to him as occasion required. To catch fresh water he very ingeniously cut deep grooves in the weather side of the largest gum trees in such a manner as to steer the precious fluid into one main channel, and thence by a tin spout or shoot into his receiver below. The officials began ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

?I ===== if -. - ?- THE--- |j SEEING'1 MACHINES,' |||j 64 LIVERPOOL 8EREET. I'* -If T A P F I E L . » . 1: M 'i:olH0USE'. ' ESTATE1 &!1GENBRlAL 1 ? COMMISSION AGENT, ! ?*i 6T00K EXCHANGE, -X»LLJ»S-«Ti ? | S. Wade cower.;..' PICTUREtFB AME MAKER 4 PICTURE DEALER, ? 65 MURRAY-STBBET. Impoiier of Gilt and Ebooised PierGlasseB Picla re-Frames and Glass Sbow-Casos made : oh tho Bhorfccat notice. ? 1 Bear In Mind. ' IT WILL PAT YOU TO GO TO M L. MOORHOTJSE for I SIGNWRITING. ^ ? CALICOES AT LOWEST PRICES. CALICOES SUPPLIED IN ONE DAY. j 186 COLLINS STREET, ? near Cascade Erewory Office. ? t P. C. Abbott, n WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER 74 MURRAY STREET. * REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. E.LAMPKIN,,££S& 1 271 EiVZABETH-BTBEET. E.L. can confidently say that no shop ii Hobp-rt Buppl'fls -o tbeir customers i ' betler class of meat than he does at al eeisoDs of the year. A Faib Tival ib Solicited. ? Risby Bros., j TIMBER MERCHANTS, ; : The Cheapest Place in the Ciiy fo...

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Mining Notes and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

Mining Notes and Tips [Bt Gnoub.] I have not yet had sufficient time to go carefully through the proposed alterations in the mining laws of the colony, hut I have seen enough of them to know that many required amendments have been overlooked entirely, and that the mere ' tinkering ' suggested will not afford the relief that is required if the development of the mineral resources is to be en couraged as it should be. There is little to report with regard to stocks this week There is a feeling of uneasiness on the Stock Exchange regard ing the future price of silver that keeps people from speculating freely. This is a mistake, inasmuch as the value of ores at the West Coast is such that it can be raised at a largo profit, oven if silver were to fall to 2s. 6d. per oz. Some grand assays have been returned from the Mount Lyoll mine, and should Mr. Knox be successful in his mission to the London market, there can be no doubt of the future of this property. It is rumored tliat an appeal t...

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