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PARLIAMENTARY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

MtiliENfftiC1 The last sessio'nof the first Parlia ment under the Triennial Act opened on Tuesday with the customary cere monies and formalities. Dohs.on Ad ministrator represented Her Majesty, while Dobspn Premier opened the ball in t,n« '^oif.llft,! niimmnnc ' Despite the inclemency of the. {weather quite a crowd, mainly composed ojf unemployed ?working' men, assembled outside Parliament House, to witness proceedings. . These formed a remark able contrast to the line of carriages which occupied nearly the whole of the drive on the sea side of the building, and whose presence called forth many a remark to the effect that if further taxation was neces sary there was one direction at any rate to go in. The ' vice-regal ' speech (to quote the Mercury's favorite adulatory adjective) was padded with more than the usual amount of bunkum. It was drawing the long bow with a vengeance, if not indeed deserving of a stronger term, to announce that the 'royal nuptials' of the Duke of York with...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

^-p L. HOOD'S ADVERTISEMENT. T. L. HOOD'S ANNUAL CHEAP SALE OF MUSIC Commences THIS DAY, when 5000 Pieces of VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, Comprising Standard and Popular SON-:s, DUK'l'S, S; loon HOOKS DANCE MUSIC, Will bo OlVonid sit SIXPENCE EACH. SIXPENCE EACH. Sixpenny Music cannot bo taken on Ap proval or Exchanged. T. L. HOOD, MU^ICKELLEU, UOBAET.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Music AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

Music and the Stage, [Bt Kbiho.] Maggie Moore had the monopoly of both music and drama with us this week. She began on Saturday with 'Meg the Castaway,' a piece apecially written for her by a Sydney aspirant in the Tom Taylor line, ' I whoso work is a credit to the author, I standing well out amidst the sensa- I tional comedy dramas of the period. H Maggie Moore has created in Meg an I impressive character that will con- I tinue to be associated with her and I by which her versatility and genius I will always be identified. Her lead- 1 ing song, the ' Curl from my baby's I head,' has already become a house- fl hold strain with us ; her other songs I and jodels were also veritable gems. I She was ably assisted by her clever ? troupe. Buckstone's condensation of I Donizetti's ' Figlia del lleggimento ' I was in the elegant and impressive B garb it was presented on Tuesday I almost more enjoyable than its ga- I rish opera prototype. Marie the I vivandiere's leading solos are left in 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

ii K Marvellous |/. | Medicine! belief in 10 minutes ' I _ *4OR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, I ? BRONCHITIS. INFLUENZA, s ' SORE THROATS, Etc., ? ? j NO REMEDY EQUALS )RAKE'S Pectoral Balsam oi \ 'carragheen i ' (Or IRISH MOSS), j , (registered). \ It is the Most Popular and Success f al Cough Mixture in Pharmacy, and i everywhere recommended by the Eiculty. It Soothes the Inflamed Membrane reaks up Irritating Mucu6, Allays ? toughing, and Induces Repose. As a Family Medicine no household aould be without it. ! Obtainable at all Chemists in Is., i. 6d., and 2s. 6d. Bottles. ; ' SOLE PROPRIETORS, 1 Drake and Co., i Pharmaceutical chemists, [ CORKKR sURRAY AND COLLINS STS., I , : HOBART. ESTABLISHED 1834. , : the lobart Exchange. j . ;.; |L0WEB MACO,UARIE-STREET, HOBABT. I % Stafford bird and co., I .. h ' Property, Produce, Stock and f, 1 ; L Sharebrokers, | I use, Land and Estate Agents, f ? | ' Shipping and Carrying Agents oeral Merchants, and Commission Agents 7 ANTED KNOWN.— Parcel Del...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

123 LIVBRPpOL STBHET. . , .? n- =..- ?liosir'- !!???? ?'? ? ??'? ?' ?:v^-!-,i;y'jENi^G 'presses: ?'., JEV-EiOTG D£ESSE§ v i EVENING DRESSES VALJJE EXTRAORpjNARk VAtOteeK^RA^fetflNkRY' VALUE .EXTRAORDINARY Flaws & Williams TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. TOOK AT THIS. J. Mulrennan Begs to inform the public that he has REMOVED to 152 LIVERPOOL-Sr. i(Next door to Mr. Haddock's batcher «hop), where he has a Large Assortment of f BOOTS on hand, which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. All Boots bought from me can be guaran teed, as they are made on the premises, on - wooden lasts, and no rivets used. I ASOTEEE CLIPPEE. Mackenzie f Is offering a Beautiful Iron-framed Piano, I Trichord, Check Action, for £26. 1 Terms arranged. Note Che address : 1 76 MACQUAEIE-STBBET. * TTAVE YOU BEEN TO THE (City Restaurant? No. Well, give it a trial, and you will get g] one of the be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

TjAVE been made by judicious invest JL X mentfi in Laud* BELT AN A, The North Shore of Hobart. Allotments, 50 x XSO, £10; 60 z 200, £20. ?Pi£jiwv{itewnB, 5«l-depoBit -and £1 per nSont&yo. jifterlst' JPJ^iJs. and particulars, ti\t^'it}^rijtk 'HOUSE AND -! m % mVyw/vwiiiWD agent 1 Cook's Chambers, ELIZABETH-STREET, HOBART. JMUERAY AND COLliINB STREETS HOBART. ' 1 o rr^BotkaTics bor sliS '.£?. i : \ j ' VB.C. PROPERTIES GUIDE,' issued gratis, may be obtained on application at the Offices, corner Murray and Collins Streets. , , . - : T.bo £itii-e- management of Estates, and CollBotion; of . Bents in Town,' /or Country juhderbaVen: Statooient6¥e-idere4.monthly, quarterly, 5or -half -yearly; iatecording to in structions. CENTRAL PROPERTY EXCHANGE. [Establisbjsd 1871—22 Tkabs] GAS ENGINE FOR BALE, -very cheap; 4-man power. Apply Patom^nd O'Brien, Clipper office. ? Hotels. Enterprise Hotel, BRIGHTON JUNCTION. GrEORGE EAVES, Late of SYDNET HOTEL, HOB ART Desires to inform his numerou...

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FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

fiTBli. Nils. TBt' EnoK.] *&m (% luid Hole l rook play to-i w2I»e fol lowing #.i« the teams:— Holebr fsiijjbbott, Abel(8), Clark (2), Cook, Dl^^bson, J. Donnelliui, E^y, Hayton|«|| , (8). Jeffrey, LovettJBfikey, f ftul,j|fe|| Shea, Willing. City Qgwan, Dickons MpOinniss, MoOhrlstie (2)»gford (2), ffiffig, Guest Meredith, Goldjaj^onniteha, feenri, Hill, WWttington, DfBBjan, Waltoh, ipoholson, HaU,G»t^.PeamL M? The execrable TJj^ailingstfc'et weather ?teilrfcatea'-'gifeatly a^TOiPThe success of I the match played last Saturday at Bisdon I between ,tl»e JiauneestopA W . ? $aijwfty j clubs.' ? the game was played in a perfect I ^nuagmu^nthqrfl .boing^^Mtle intetaist I taken it. The result was a draw, each side I *ooring.-l'-goal 6 *ehinds. -The^sitilog'j team was considerably weakened through I %e abBenoe, of Bagljajf, fief*, ab.d Beau champ (2.) The Locos, had considerably the best of the play, especially inthe latter part, but had hard luck in the matter of scoring goals, seve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

M^lgigs aiMKeopMWrom mTrt A^yONGmTOLi^olstra. FiSwodd^iewdod mmi CLAY BR0|. Wa Hnl to clear 600 tonfi! Firewood to r13!!!? (?r now buU- Hi ha™ deoided . SUP16 below ouwentlites, out from Gdflffiahs,, 8s., cash. j^Kwldress jf m Bros, «mwSfa-b James Davison^ HAIRI)^gSS|)ajLNp PJSEEIEUERj: Q8 ELIZiBBTH-STRBtaDfV ESTABLISHED 25 YEAlftS^'; = - Raeors ftnd Scissors Gainfully . i Ground- and- Set. ??;:.' All limds of Cutlery Done on the Shortest Notice. C PECTACLES. from 1r. j Silver Prooohes O from lsifld.; Gold Brooches from 7s.6d. ;atS. ARMSTRONG'S. 100 Liverpool street Blake's Jolly Hatters Brewery. Blake's Ale, Hoerand Stout. Very Best in Tasmania. Hotels and Private Families supplied in bulk or bottle. Malt supplied in any quantity to Bakers. MELVILLE-STREET, HOBART.-; Boag's Ale & Beer BEST IN TASMANIA. Guaranteed Brewed from' P hug Malt and Hops. WANTED.— Used Stamps. Old iusues. State price to Roulette, P.O., Near : Norfolk. T T MBEEtLA HOSPITAL, 71 MURRAY STREET. Skilled ...

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

ANSWERS. Any one desirous of a description of .chunater by means of this charmiuit tttt hoe only to enclose an outline of their hand, with IS penny stamne (addressed -? Zeno,' Clipper :o$cej,. and the de scription will appear in thlB column. Any in' enious individual will devise * read; means of -outlining— for instance, tho old method of lunnine a lead nencll about the band and lingers while the palm is turned down on the paper— will give satisfactory results. It would be ts well to flu in the principal markings or lines Of Hie palm so as to give mote data. Era'ly. — You ave one of those happy in dividualR who are late in ai riving at maturity, in fact, would continue to be a child long after you had grown iip. With you, to decide is to act ; and you no sooner desire a thing than you set about to obtain it. Apu are an odd mrsl.ute of eympatby and impulse— taste and fancy, affectionand selfishness. I^ere are rIso indications of constant, struggle between reason and in spiration ; yo...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. The meeting of the above associatian on Thursday evening was of more than usual interest, inasmuch at. it was the time fixed for the delivery of au address by the newly elected president of the Hobart branch (Mr. Alfred J. Taylor). Those who looked for something above the averauo were not dissanpointed inasmuch as Mr. Taylor's speech to the members was replete with food for reflection. After reminding members and visitors of the pecuniary advantages attending member ship, the speaker turned to the serious aspect of the work which he con sidered the association ought to be doing if it wished to be a factor for good in the community. Enforcing the truth, that an intelligent undestanding of impor tant questions and principals that lie at the root of all social progress must precede the power to accomplish useful work. Mr. Taylor dealt powerfully and trenchantly with the questions of federation, temper ance, land and labour, many of his remarks being wa...

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Cycling Notes. [By Bike.] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

Cycling Notes. [Bt Bike.] E. Cruickshank has been having a tour round the island on his 'James.' He reports that the machine stood splendidly considering it is only a light-weight. In 1892 between May and October Arthur Zimmerman, on his ' Raleigh ' won 75 first prizes, besides some seconds and thirds, total value .£1,760, and made re cords on 17 different occasions, and defeated all who were willing to meet him in England, Germany, United States and Canada, thus becoming the acknowledged champion cyclist of the world. He made world's record for 1 mile in 2min. C 4-5 sec. Amongst those who growl about the present state of the weather, cyclists are foremost, The streets are not fit for ii vehicle hardly, let alone a cycle. I had the pleasure of seeing the new wired-on ' Dunlop ' tyre, tlio first iu Hobart. They look a (-Tnat improvement on the old style, the black enamelled rims setting the machine, a ' Westminster,' off to a nicety. J. W. Keuling is to race at the groat cyclists' me...

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PALMSTRY HAND VI [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

fMMliRfcMf HXiiyW. Lunar. — Lymphatic Type. Charac ter : Imaginative, dreamy, _ change :able,:volatilo, .discontented, (kapWDiofis, melancholy....... ? ' ?-.???:!'? ?r.-.^r.n The ancients recognised ^he/aetiefc1. of the moon on all the . moyeabh); Arts of the globe, more especially -s regards the1 tIbo and fall of the waters, their ebb. and flow; attributing to its influence : jthe organisations : oaUeid lymphatic, .on .account : of the ,pra-i dominance of lymph or white blood.. To it th!ey consigned tlie most yield/ ing part of^ -?tiie hmd^ «r that part jfound at its baseibetow'the *aouiit! ©f ; Mars. , : They, called it' the mount of tie moon, and in- certain persohsj' when! the hand as extended,' -a slight 'puko' turn is visible. nearly-resembling'the5 rise and fall' bf & i wave. - Persons of a lymphatic orgariisa- ' tion have this mount much more' developed than those of any other, this thickness being always an indi cation of a large and extremely versa tile imagination...

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V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

V.rIcrIIatHl STIEPlftHASl The Vioi^fclfng Club'sMiSBJ National SffiplechfiisiL Meeting f||jeon cluded j|ti SlturdayiM er most fttaraablo circuiniBmces. Thi w ither wasBfa^and the tame, which w»8l : a most lifl^Bst ing dMOTiption, 4*tt$bd a mp^tely largoli»mblage ;?& ;^otatorsJWmlib.e noonTrfloTOgTwBi rWraT^fl^SSoTwiln' Tho Pioneer second, and Merrigal third, and in tho Lawn Handicap the places were filled by Eureka, Premier, and Tyras. The Grand National Steeplechase resulted in a victory for Trojan, by Paris — Fanuy : Wihite, a- vell-isnown -*ud good performer over fences, who had been a popular fancy from the day the weights were de clared. Shylock, who started a slightly better favorite than Trojan, ran secona, and Busaco third. John S. won the July Handicap, hie nearest attendant* being Quality and Moboow, and a isapital after . noon's racing closed with the Open Handi :cap Steeplechase, which was. won by 'Blondin, followed home by Torrent and Davitt. Speaking of the hor...

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Cracks FROM GABBY'S WHIP To-night (Wednesday, 19th inst.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

CRACO FftJMtBY'S WHIP. , To-night (Wednesday, 19th inst.) on my return homo I found good old Maty Ann in tin awful rage. Wonder ing what : had upsol. the dear soul I asked j|n, ''flait most soothing words I could: copwiaud ' Well, my dear, wbat'e the matter P ' ?' What's the matter!' said she, 'a great deal's the matter. Harry, I can tell you if that thief of a grocer hasn't charged me 6d. more lor the tea and Id. more for the sugar. He said the Treasurer hod put that duty on, and they must put it on too. Then I say the Trea surer and the whole lot of them ought to be hanged for trying to tob the poor people that can hardly live now, these terrible hard timeB. What next will they try on I should like to know P It's all very well for them fellows that draw big screws and can have their whisky and wine and all that kind of thing, but how about the poor working man ? Put extra duty on tea and sugar, indeed. I suppose they'll put a tax on the light of heaven as they done in the dark age...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

A race meeting under the auspices of the V.A..T.C. will take place at Caulfield to day. In the Steeplechase Ouida isaUollod list. 91b., and as the game little inare will not meet any giants she should give a good account of 'herself, especially when her performance in the Grand National Steeple chase is taten into consideration. W. Clifford, who recently defeated Dick Jones for the boxing championship of Tas mania, left by the s. Taluue on Tuesday afternoon last for Melbourne. Prior to his departure Clifford called at the Clipper office and informed us that he purposed having a three weeks' holiday in Victoria, and expected to return to Hobai t by the first week in August. He further stated that he was anxious to meet Baxter, whom he would undertake to stop ifl four rounds. With regard to this challenge it struck us that the lanky Victorian is niakiag a big contract for himself. Clifford, who by the way is pleased with the support accorded him in Hobart, will probably arrange anothe...

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DUTY ON TEA AND SUGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

DUTY ON TEA AND SUGAR. Dear Sir, — Is it possible that under pre sent circumstances Parliament will attempt to impose the above extra taxation f Wages have been reduced to such an extene that plenty of citizens to-day have te exist nearly on bread and tea, and now tho Ministry have the audacity to propose that they shall be further pinched by increasing the tax ou tea aud sugar. Aud this im position is made more glaring by not being ad valorem. When tho poor man has paid out of his small income .£1 for tea he will have paid its, to Government ; but the rich man, because he can afford to buy 4/ tea, is only taxed Is 3d for every £ of his income spent in tea. Put the burden of taxation on the shoulders of those best able to bear it. Let the man who gets most wealth out of the colony pay most towards the expenses of tho colony. Let the work ingmen remember this attempt to unfairly tax them at the coining elections. — I am, etc, J. HALL. JjA8T week Piety wanted a new suit, and be:it rem...

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FREE SPEECH. PARLIAMENT IN SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

fREE SPEE6H. PARLIAMENT IN SESSION. The opening ceremonies, shorn even in these retrenching times of none of the usual splendor which the people pay for in the shape of guard of honor, martial music, and booming of guns, were performed by the Ad ministrator and. all others who bore a part in them just as well as if they :had been done by a real full-blown Governor drawing double the paltry salary of £1750, which is the miser able pittance our respected Acting Governor draws in addition to his full salary as Chief Justice of Tas mania. Ministers generally wore an air of cheerfulness — perhaps it was put on for the occasion — but it was very noticeable that the Premier looked less happy than his colleagues, not being able as well as they to hide the anxieties that weigh heavily on the ministerial heart. The minis terial followers had, on the whole, a resigned, if not a contented and de lighted, look. For if the truth must be told they had been favored in the earlier part of the day wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

For ^yciiiey (Direct) 3PAEES AND FREIGHTS GBEATLY REDUCED. The New and Favorite S.S. 'TAMBO' Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, on FRIDAY, 28th July, at 7 p.m. Saloon Passengers— Twenty Shillings (20s.) Foreoabin Passengers— Ten Shillings (10s.) Fruit. (per bushel case)— Sixpenoo (6d.) General Goods — Five .Shillings (6s.) per ton (weight or measurement at ship's option.) From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS PASSENGER S.S. 'COO GEE,' FRED. CA.RRINGT0N, Commandeb, Leaves Launceston Wharf on EVERT THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets availflhle by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) FARES— Saloon, 30s; Return, 60s. Fore-Cabin, 20s ; Return, 30s. Lauvceston Agents : The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). Hobart 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 Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and carg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

DON'T READ THI gfl Here In u.l o' cakes and britber Soots, ^H Frae Maiden Kirk to Joliuuj- Groats ! H If there's a hole in ;i' your coatu, WBB I ride ye tout it ! HH A eLnul'sanmMif vou takiu notes, 999 An' faith keil'piv.i: it ! HE You nood not wear any Coats with holes i£9S them while SSG PLAISTSRi Can supply you with a Good Serge OnBHJ for 2s. lid. I have KB Surge Trousers, also 2s. lid. pair §?? Gent's Linen Collars, 3d. each |9J[ Neckties from 3d. each MS Men's Sox, 3d. pair J$B Men's Braces, (3d. pair JjffiS Tweed Caps, Gd. each BjH Men's Tweed Trousers, 5s. 1 Id. pair S$jtt Boy's Serge Sailor Suits, 3s lid., tvinimeHjH gold braid fflB Boy's Sailor Caps, 9d. BSB& Rsgatta Shirts, 2s. Gd. each, collars attacheSBB Gent's Cardigans. 2s. lid. Sin Men's Working Shirts, Is. 6d. HS Gent's Overcoats, extra long capos, 19s. 6iHH Boy's Shirts, from 7Jd. each. gjg| All these Bargains to be obtained at flH A. E. PLAISTER'SH Tun People's Draper, HS 95 ELIZABETH-STREET 95 H ? Lloyd's...

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CLAKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 22 July 1893

6LA(3KEI^Y. ' But fltill bis tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clack. Set oil men's ears upon the rack.'— Hodibuas. Mud! Mud! Mud! Wanted a mighty ' Rousteni ' to kick out our present civic authorities, for a mce hash pie they have made with their cheap contracts. The foot ballers might take the job in hand, and then ensure for all time the use of the Town Hall flag to denote the state of the football barometer on Saturdays. Oue contemporary laments that as yet mankind has not entered into the beati tudes, as evidenced by the fact of a party of young men, sons of Mobprt . gwHimen, playing high jinks at the theatre last Saturday night. The Muckery man is rendered sad at heart, aud in touching language describes the scene, becoming realistic indeed, when he discerns that — 'One of them being considerably more inebriated than the others, Ruffered from the giddy effect of liquor, with the result that he landed a considerable quantity of it on the floor of the theatre.' How nice !...

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