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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

Flange Williams, ..:-..?„? -,,-.W:f.»\, \.l r.ii,n ,i.,»- ?i'!! [\ ? 123 LIV«BP^'6it L&TtfcEET. ,Atf/. TJKil : 'i^i'i -ilv'iiNJNG 'DRESSES :,^'t; 'ivEiyiNq dresses VALUE EXTRAGRDI NARY VALUE EXTRAOROfNARY ??:? ? .' ??:? :.-?!? ?;..-.. i Jr..- .1 '..'? '?? V .;;: . ,{? V. ? :. JTTT? -?./1,'J. - : Flaws & Williams TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES Flaws & Williams, 123 nyfeRPOOL STREET. Skating I Skating I PALACE RINK. EVERY NIGHT. And Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons. Floormaster always in attendance. CITt BAND IN ATTENDANCE. J. DUTTON, HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST (late of Bourke-st., Melbourne), has opened No. 135 ELIZABETH-STREET, next Cockshutt's store. Ladies' and Children's Hair carefully cut. ? Give One Trial. ? REID & HARBORD CONTRACTORS & JOINERS. STAIRCASES A SPECIALITY GLASS CASES, SHOP FITTINGS, FRENCH POLISHING & JOBBING Of all description done at tke very LOWEST BATES...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAIN WRECKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

: JRa| JSclc. i|g§ sensati! of the§£j|ha8 bel the wreck, unx the express train fHWednesda; waning on JllPlain tine at theSSseBhoo bridge Sear WflBitoii. Some porsqgjif persons mafioiouBlv teStp the line of rolls ot}}o bridge, and as il ti ?Hi sure of their flenfljfifcork placed obstacles I§SiB the rails also. BKHire mfraole the whole tBSfflwuB sared from ijfBSifcatlon into tue gulf ffiffi feet below. TJOfS&ne canted over and §§j|Vome feet orei tWHS of the bridge, and I|§g|he oool.™urWe|apgB?enoe of mllnd er $3&fcfd H; BeynolrWl»«f?U»- lives of eoSe if I||mo-Mrioken gffitag9jl|r The engine was HH^S*0 »,^»m«j^te «-e one on the BBWnMHIfer Bri6^HWMiliHHmyo when the express ran off the line orosaing the river. On that occasion two lives were lost. Th» previous raw an nooident ocourred to the special train whioh waj returning from tho openiag of the Fijigal line and derailed at the Tea Treo with disasttuus re suits. The nuehap ot Bridgewater was «upp0Wd by som* to have bee...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

r H E. A T B, E ROYAL, fOTHING SUCGE^DS-LIKESUCCBSS. Iverybody Delighted.— Crowded Houses 1 ?RIDDY's ELECTRIC MARVELS. MAMMOTH SPECIALTY ?COMBINATlbN. PRICES TO MEET THE. TIM m. Foi Four Nights Only. DRESS CIRCLE, 2s.; STALLS, Is.; 3IT AND GALLERY SIXPENCE. . '- . '» Afternoon Performance, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.30. Selected Programme. Shadow Pantomime, etc. Advance Representative— W. CARLE. .D. TEMPERANCE HALL. CD. ' Lessee & Director, Mr. Harold Ashton U IMPORTANT MUSICAL EVENT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27. nder the patronage of His Excellency the overnor, and under the direct auspices of the Early Closing Association. Inauguration of a series of weekly PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERTS. [XPENCEI To all Parts | SIXPENCE Excepting Dress Circle, reserved at One Shilling. Only the Leading Vocalists and Instru entalists of tho city. MR. W. MACKENZIE, Musical Director. Garrison Band. ARRACK RESERVE. SUNDAY AFTERNOON. Oboe Solos, Triple Tongueing Solos. Boxes at gates. W. T. BATES, G.-irrison Band...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

? ^ . DUrCHERS' RACING CLUB. I SPRING MEETING. I ELWICK, WEDNESDAY, OOT. 11, 1898! I Tbial Stakes, 15 .-ova. ... B Butcreeb' 1/Uip-N Tbot (H ndioap), It I 8)TS. I Open Hurdle (H uidioap), 16 sovs. . I Galloway (Handicap), 14.2 a.u., IS sovs. I Butcichbs' Hack (Handicap), 12 soys. I Pont Race (Handicap), 12.2 a.u', 6 sovs. B Open 1'u.ot (H i-'dicip), SO sovs. I Cab flo!:sr Riicr (Handicap), 10 sovs. 1 Nominations - close October 2. Weights, Uj October G. 1 W. S. WILLING, Hon. Sec. I TASMANIAN INTERCOLONIAL I 1 PLOUGHING MATCH, 1 To bo held at 1 CAMBRIDGE, 1 On the 0 4th and 6th days of October, 1893. 1 FIRST DAY— I CHAMPION CLASS— For Single Furrow { Ploughs, swing or wheel. First prize, I £25; second prize, £16; third prize, I £10. Entrance £1 . I SECOND CLASS— For those who have I never won a prize in any class. For ? Single Furrow Ploughs, swing or wheel. ? First prize, £6; second prize, JB3.; | third prize, £1. Entrance, 10s. ? SECOND DAY— I CHAMPION CLASS.— For Double Furrow 1 P...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

CLACKERY ' But still his tongue ran on, And, witli its evprlnatinK clack, Set all men's ears upon too rack. — Homnn»a. The Sultan of Turkey has 300 wivos ; the King of Dahomey, 200 i the Shah *f Persia, 400 ; tho King of Siara, 000 j tko Kijg of Aahantoo, 3000, aud the Emperor of Morocco, ab»ut 6000. 'Ruffler' has the following note in Vanity Fair:— 'A very curious story reaches me, which soems to bo so well authenticated as to be entitlod to notice in this nlnnn. Annaritious at tho time of death are no new thing, as many who have first heard of such an appearance as a projection of the astral body' may suppose, and it seems that there is now one mor very striking instance of such an appae rition to be added to the list. I am told that at Lady Tryon's party, given on the evening of the fatal collisiom between the Victoria and the Camperdown, a well known lady saw tho 6guro of Sir George Tyrou on the stairs, and watched it pass down into the refreshment room. Lady — was suptiscd, and...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 September 1893

Music MmH Stage. [By. Keiko.] ' Prid&y'p/.Bjie'etw*? .MipstretB ? liave held the l)dard[s; Qi the Theatre Royal (6t tliifi.-.^eJBW. ;^b^' VwM q[uaa;ijet)ieiB tie ^esthaai-d here Sov, & long time. MiflB r Ocfcavia sang : her ?' Gome' with me,' o'dr 'the eeft ''(not front poor Bizet'B ''-3armen:')B8 it should be Bung and ' so did Miss Junoeu her ffM«fihor' and '^iMein 'Bohnpider.' Mt.Horace BeM is a hostin himself, hie Max O'ReU burlesque inimitable. The ^Corner ' jokes are surprUingly new and fresh. The company is about the best variety one that has enlivened our monotony for some time. Thursday's change of pro gramme' brought out the Priddy ' Marvels' to still greater advantage. Ab before, Miss Lily Osborne's 'Fini- culi, Finicula,' Mr. Roberta's ' Deep in the Mine,' find Miss Mina Nim mo's 'After the Ball' were really good perforinaiiues.. To-day's matinee, at 3 o'clock, and likewise the evening show, 'will doubtless see a full house. This talented company will clos...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

Football Notes. [Br Buck.] The following are the results of the premiership football matches played in Adelaide on Saturday last: — Norwood 7 goals 10 behinde, against Port Adelaide 7 goaU 3 behinds ; South Adelaide 16 goals 22 behinds, against North . Adelaide 2 bohinds. South Adelaide football team, who are the premiers of South Australia this season, will leave Adelaide for Melbourne on 5th of October, to play a match against .Eissenaon,. tne .premiers oi v icEorca,, on ytn Ootober, for the Championship of the two colonies. ... Following matches played in Melbourne on Saturday last : — Essendou 10.18, 'jiiorth Melbourne 5.8 ; Geelong 5.11, Carlton 4.5 ; Melbourne 4.7, Williamstown 2.5 ; South Melbourne 10.7, Port Melbourne 4.11 1 St. Kdda6,9, Bichmond 3.H. Matters in connection with football in Launceston'.have reached a very important stage. Last Saturday Launceston de feated City by 6.9 to 3.4. These teams play a match to-day to decide the premier ship. Some difficulty has been...

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THE SOCIAL EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

;:ffl§;SQG!ALM; ,,,.Xbeiifoliowiuj{*otioB of* «r«rjrftH-«(iciand inpurnful little iliook ;w)»iob. MeaiW. wWiaird, Lo&4 Co. JiaVQ published, anSitledtfWor*, ,Amon« Ahe Fallen' tay the Bev. Mr. Mempk,, phaplain of 'Millbank, :is taken from thj, 'Beviewflf'Beyiews:— ; : !' i , 'InhisMUle bookbeigivei^oineexkraetB, from his marvellous accumulation offaots,. He givoB particulars »f:inoro than 14,000,: fallen women who have gone to jumuans ; from the streets. Of jtjiuse 7000 were London bom aud bre^i 300 were Scotch, 418 Irish. 127 were Gerinau. These, it. may bn noted, we^e all Protestants; for Mr. Merrick had nothing to do 'with Uhe'Catho, lies. This makes the proportion of Irish, for these must have been ' Ulster Irish, abnormally lifgh: Mr. Merriek says that the majority came from the West End, and not from the East. So far as the gaol( record can be relied upon, the East has a smaller Criminal and dissolute population ' than any other large area in London. Mr. Merrick then gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

A Letter! A Letter! A Letter I ; . HE EXCLAIMED. I opened that letter and glanced over the contents ; the unfolded shoet of . paper dropped from my hands You can imagine my disappointment whan. I found it was only a circular of th it fellow PLAISTER'S explaining the Wonderful Bargains he has opened for 'the Spring. Ho^s fortEe old. Hats for the youug, HafsfottliR-daugiitors, Hats for the son. I expect the young lady was surprised at the prices, taking into consideration the extra tariff, .jffiy; goods are cheaper this season than last, having bought in much larger quantities. 5000 Boys' Galatea Hate with ribbon bands, from 9d. each, Boys' Boaters fronj. Is., Gente' Boaters Is. 6d., Infante' Bonnets in silk very cheap, Children's Silk Hats and Bonnets, a splendid assortment, some of tho prettiest goods ITiave over seen, just opened and marked off at a low ijguie 3s. lid., 4s. lid.. Is. lid., Bs. lid., 9s. 6d., 10s. 6d. HURRY ! HURRY ! ! HURRY ! ! ! And have the pick of the Basket.. A...

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THE ABORICINES OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

T0E A0RiCIN|S' OF VAf OlEMElfS LAMD. Chiefly extracted from a voluminous report of a committee appointed by Liqutenant Governor Arthur to ascertain, if possible, the cause of the enmity of the aborigines towards the white people, and to suggest the beet mode of removing them from the island.^Supplied by H.V.C.H. In November, 1830, a notice ap peared in the Gizettp tliat a tribe had been 'captured without bloodshed ; the greater .number of the natives had, however, escaped through ? the line. Mr. Robinsons main object was to conciliate the aborigines. He thought the number of natives could not exceed TOO, from what he had seen of the tribeB and the country. He was employed in his mission of place by the Governmentt. who gave him a good salary, and his eons also, and some friendly natives ? were quietly removed, to an island in the Straits, and afterwards to Flinders Island, to be their future home. In 1832 Mr. Robinson declined going again . ou a mission .to the natives, put he subse...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

Flaws & Williams^ \ V123 LIVEEPOOL STREET. EVENING DRESSES EVENING DRESSES: EVENING DRESSES VALUE EXTRAORDINARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY Flaws & Williams TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Skating! Skating! PALACE RINK. EVERY NIGHT, And Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons. Floormastcr always in attendance. CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE. J. DUTTON, HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST (late of Bourke-st, Melbourne), has opened No. 135 ELIZABETH-STREET, next Cockshutt's store. Ladies' and Children's Hair carefully cut. Give One Tbial. REID & HARBORD CONTRACTORS & JOINERS. STAIRCASES A SPECIALITY GLASS CASES, SHOP FITTINGS, Of all description done at the very LOWEST RATES, At '„ 215 ELIZABETH-STREET. J*HE CASCADE BREWERY CO. LTD., HOBART. CASCADE PRIZE SPARK LING ALES, Bulk and Bottle, in Splendid C-rdit;o Can be Sampled at our Stores, 180 COLLINS STREET....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

ojlQL-l?Qjrtunesq I HittmtbhedMLde ^jMiiols invest- 9 ments inJOand. (? ? ??:[' ';TJto W^tthf Shore-wriaibitt:.^ . 1 Aiio^Wi^6,'*'iiiw;isioVflb'* siro/iaao- § On Basy :, Twins' , ,41 deposit *i«tM- p»r I month, no ^temst. HJ*ns)andi»rtieulnni, 1 F .. ivi *'^'O)^iMytekNiJ!i(5tNT § ?;., i;-c^jo)^, ciia^rp;,,;;;;;;':: I ELIZA BE I'H-STltERr.HoaiiutT. 1 -Bradley&Smi; | House, Land, . ataif Oohnmissioh' As^nts. J . 61 COLLINS^STBEETt iBfOftsST, f .Bents and Debts, .collected,:. Brajpecties I managed «nder personal supervision: - Loans 1 negotiated on reasonable terms. iSafe In- * vestment on sound security for deposit* to any. amount. ,, Mining Stooks:. bought *nd sold on commission, . . Intimates to his jfrienda nndthe putjic th n 1 M . he has token ,the commodious ,'?? yf- CdBNWALL HOTEL,. S COBNEE OF ABayjiE & COLLINS STS. None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ? .': -???? Eady's ;-.. ^~~ I FEDEBAL HOTEL, : LIVEBPOOL - ST. * W- EADY BEGS TO NOTIFY TO HIS FEIE...

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Sidelights on the Railway Outrage. JUSTICE AND A MERCENARY PRESS AND POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

Sidelights on the Railway Outrage. J17STICE-; 4SD : ^ MERCENARY PRESS AND; PpLICE. Five hundred pounds reward, eo hysterically screeched our authorities over the railway atrocity. Open to all and as an incentive to the police to secure a conviction by book or by croot^-of course they nave arrested; a man. Possibly the police are so used to bribes that it would be im possible to get them to stir unless a big reward were offered. The mau is guilty, the chain ot evidence is com plete, and he has actually been twice convicted, once for killing a domestic cat and on another occasion for steal ing rabbit skins, so howls the daily press, in its efforts to write up a sen sation to satisfy its readers' love of the horrible and its own rapacit}' to rake in the price of a few extra copies. How quiet the same press is when it is a criminal with position and money who is allowed full free dom to walk about, even though he has broken up homes, killed heads of families, and sent widows and orphans...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

;WEUTHEI»:' .. m MVEBPOOL tSTBEET. ^1S! ENGINE FOB SAMS, ter£ cheap, . xJ. ft-man power,' Apply Paton ' and ; tt'Brien, Clipper office. ? ' : _ * B.C. H; HAWKINS SOLICITOB, Etc., ' Stone Buildings. Maoquarie-atj., Hobart S. Wade Cower; PICTUBE-FBAME MAKEB & PICTUBE ' DEALEB, ' . . 65 MUBBA.T-STBEET. ./ i Importer of Gilt and Ebonised Pier Glasses Picture-Frames and Glass ShowrCases mfi.de on the shortest notice. . ? : P. C. Abbott, WATCHMAKEB AND JEWELLER . WATCHMAKEB AND JEWELLER 74 MUEBAT STEEET. BBPAIES A SPECIALTY. Risby Bros., TIMBER MERCHANTS, The Cheapest Place in the City for all BOrta of Building Materials. ? HOBART. JE A DB L U X E. Cosmocapelion Blend of Tea is the fines^ possible. It holds the premier position in Tasmania, and its steadily increasing sale proves it to be the Finest Tea in the market. Tea Drinkers who wish to get the Finest Tea money can possibly buy will find it has no equal in its Aroma and Mag nificent Liquor. No Finer Tea can possibly be procu...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

Music And the Stage. [Bt Keino.] The first of ' the people's Wednes day night concerts,' instituted by Mr. Harold Ash ton, at the Temperance Hall, came off very successfully this week, and proved a step in the right direction by way of giving Hobart holiday-keepers a rational and enjoy able way of finishing up the day tvitli the sounds of sweet music amidst bright surroundings, in the company of wives, children, and friends, instead of sending the women folk home to the tub, and the men repairing to the club or pub, debating society, or the strangers' gallery of the House. The concert promised well for the success of the season thus auspiciously inau gurated. The vocal items contributed by Mrs. Labatt (' Love'6 old sweet song') and Mrs. Vautin ('Golden Love ') left nothing to be desired. Messrs. M'Villy and Mackenzie's duett ('The moon has raised'), and the latter's ' Warrior bold,' were admir able renderings, Miss Ruby Clifford's very ueiliug lUUlLUl UI tile Mrrmn Corner' and her e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

?afcfeStfctKU^liBBtotfiHING n r:ru!To'be-Maiatt ' , -; ???':'- 'i.'&A-'.M-B-W'iv.D «?«;?-?'?' ??? ? .!:????'??'? i-r. :f,!|./. -,.-- .' ? ' ] ,f On the ( '; _r 4th and 5th days of October, 1S93. : , „. Admjtsion to the Ground :— ubscribers of 10s..,1 Family Ticko- both days * ?i',m '?'???„' 5s., Single Ticket ? .% 'on-Subscribere, ls.-£aoti day, - : /??''? ' '^ * ' ' F. P.', Hon. Secretary. 1 Garrison Band, j 'RANKLIN- SQUARE. ' THIS AFTERNOON, t At 3 o'clock. .?'..-? ??£ In aid of the Klye Family. , r W. T. BATES, GarriBon Bandmaster. r 'D. TEMPERANCE HALL. - ;/;D ? Lessee & Director, Mr. Harold Ashton'^J ' -SBOonn Concert of tue Series. 1 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4. i PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERTS. 1 ilXPENCE | To aU Parts | SIXPENCE Excepting Dress Circle, reserved at One Shilling. M.R. W. MACKENZIE, Mus. Dir. HOBABT PONY AND TROTTING ASSOCIATION. NITIAL MEETING AT BELLE VUE RACECOURSE, TO-DAY. First Race starts at 2.15 p.m. The CITY BAND will play selections . during the afte...

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PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

Ploughing Match. The intercolonial ploughing match, which takes place on Wednesday and Thursday next at Cambridge, promises to be one of the most successful ever held in the Aus tralian colonies. Victoria ie well repre sented, competitors coming across from Melbourne, Ballarat, and Mor lake in the Western District. New South Wales will also be represented. A competitor arrived in Hobart on Monday last by the s. Mana pouri from Christchurch, N.Z. Farmers com all narts of Tasmania. esDeciallv thn ndtih-weet, have signified their intention of taking part, so that those who take an interest in the cultivation of the land will have the opportunity of seeing gathered togothor the best of the tillers of the soil in these colonies. The spot where the match is to take place is on Mr. MeRorie's ground, situated about five miles from Bellerive, access to which can be had by rail, aa the line to Sorell passes the ground and there is a station within 300 yard?. His Exoellenoy the Governor, membe...

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

©LAeKEF^Y. ' But still his tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting cluck, Set all men's ears upon the rock.' — Hcvibbas. . One of the valuable prizes in the V.D.L. Bank lottery has a romance. An admirer of a wealthy young Lady, thought it would facilitate courtship if he were the owner of a mansion and on that thought rose one of tha finest residences in all Tasmania. loautifully situated, with everything to uake the heart of the fair lady expand rith joy and pride on being its chosen nistress. The bait did not land the fish, lowever, and the would-be benedict was anded in financial trouble and a white slephant on his hands instead of hymeneal joys. A. BIG BIG D. Who rules this isle, tho' fair not free, Whose is the bally family. Which fattens on our poverty ? Ask Henry D ! Ask Henry D ! Who lives on screw as yet intact. And thrives tho' others may be sacked, A nut as yet by us uncracked T Sir Lambert D., Sir Lambert D. Who ladleB out the soup all hot To luckless wights who've gone...

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FREE SPEECH. DRASTIC LAND TAX WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

fREE SPEECH. A DRASTIC LAND TAX WANTED. The unfortunate condition of the finances of the colony is the more emphasised that the Government have declared themselves opposed to all progressive legislation that will favor the masses, proviug conclusively thnt their conservative and conceited in tellects have not been able either to grasp the real requirements of the crisis that is threatening to bring ruin and loss of prestige upon the colony, or the truths of political economy, and through their mouth pieces, the linguistic conjurer Dobson and the windy disciple of DemoBthe ueB Hartnoll, have classed all reme-. dies of a liberal nature 'fancy legis lation,' quite oblivious to the fact that it is by means of this miunamed fancy legislation that New Zealand has been enabled to force herself to the front, making that colony nn object lesson to the world at large. It is a truism undisputed that the large estates of the colony are an almost unqualified evil, giving but little employment an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 September 1893

For Sydney (Direct) FAKES AND FREIGHTS GREATLY ^^ EEDtJCED. ; The New and Favorite i S.S. 'TAMBO' ! Leaves Dunn-Btreet Pier, Hobarl, ' ; THURSDAY, October 6, at 7 p.m. Saloon PawengMu— Twenty Shillings (20s.) Forecahin Passtngars-— Ten Shillings -{ 10s.) . Fruit (per bushel case) — Sixpence (6d.) ; ; General Goods-rFire. Shillings (Bb.) per ton (weight or measurement at ship's option;)' From Launceston to Melbourne. THE EXPRESS PASSENGER S.S. 'OOOGEfi,' : Leares Launceston Wharf , BVfeRY THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. (Retain tickote available by Union Com pany's steamers, if desired.) FAKES— Saloon, 30s ; Return, 60s. -ifore-Cabin, 80s t Beturn, 30s. Launceston Agents; The TasinimiBn Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). Hobabt Offices : homer Davey-street. HUDDABT, PARKEE & CO., Luhtbd. Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of SleamehipB in the Southern . . Hemisphere. ;? The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo ...

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