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FREE SPEECH BEDLAM OR CONCORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

f REE SPEEC5H. BEDLAM OR CONCORD. No more pitiful spectacle can be con ceived than that presented at last Tuesday night's meeting, called together on the requisition of the Trades and Labor Council, to strive to do something for our unem ployed and starving people. Although doctors might differ in prescribing a remedy, it were surely a foregone conclusion that order and hearty co operation would have been accorded to the conveners from all sections of the community, especially that the workers and their several leaders would be single-hearted and fervid in their endeavor, yet scarcely had the meeting opened than it was notice able such was not the case, and that the hall contained a body of people whose aim was to curtail the free action of the meeting. The speech of Mr. Gbgt, the secretary of the Trades and Labor Council, waB in some respects disappointing, as he contented himself with moving a somewhat vague resolution. The Rev. Mr. 8bA£P, in seconding the resolution, was vigorous...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

FOB StpNET.— Farea and Freight Greatly Beduoed. The New and Parorite as. TAMBO, SATURDAY, Nov. 11th, noon. FROM LAUNCESTON to MELBOURNE. —The Express Passenger s«. COOGEE leares LannoeBton Wharf, MONDAY, Nor. 6th, at 2 p.m. ; FRIDAY, Nov. 10th, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Company'* steamers, if desired.) Fares Saloon, 30s.; Return, 60s. Fore-cabin, 20s.; Beturn, 80s. Launceston Agents — The Taamanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co. Limited. (Office on Wharf). Hobaet Offices — tiower 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 ami cargo ser vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANUN SlUtVICKS : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. Featheubtonb, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

A CHEAT SALE. j TO-DAY. TO-DAY. TO-DAY J A. E. T-Iaister J Is almost giving his stock away. Call and I see the wonderful Bargains to be obtained | for a I HERE SONG. ^ — i Every article marked down at Clearing I Prico. All this Season's Goods included. Jj Infant's Sun Bonnets, 9d. K Infant's Sun Hats, Is. W Infant's Silk Bonnets, 2s. lid., former price J j 4s. lid. I'J 500 yards of Plain Sateens, 4Jd. in Mill's of Dress Goods from 2d. per yard. I Men's Coats, 2s. I Men's Trousers, 2s. 1 Regatta Shirts, with collar, attached Is. « Boys' Braces, 3d. pair 1 Boys' Moles, 3s. 6d. 1 Gents' Moles, 4s. 4 J. j Men's Merino Under Shirts, Is. 7d. I Men's Merino Under Pants, lr.. 7d. j Cashmere 1-Hose. in all sizes, 7$d. pair. I Boys' Straw Boaters, Id. I Ladies' Untriniined Hats, from Id. j Lace, 6 inches wide, 3|d. _ J The prices the goods are offered at will J repay everybody to pay me a call. 1 95 ELIZABETH STREET, I Lloyd's Buildings, j W. BOON 8c CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS AND j COMMISSION AG...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HUBBUB [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manuer ; the iuflnite hubbub uu slackened. TO JEMMY HALL. Fellow Worker, — You are a living entity of actuality cast loose upon Hobart to upset things somewhat — and a good thing too. You are a splendid tongue-fighting machine and as such the most popular platform speaker in Hobart. Jemmy, we are irTkl fl j'.ll fl f. Vnil li n ITU liaan 4-nn irnn »n .-.?»-. '*''? ?''«'?' J wit. J.IU1Y& I^CCU ICU VCItlfl Ull the stump, and unfortunately for yourself during that tinn every stump or pile of wharf goods that you have orated from now stands on its hind legs (poetic license) aud with redoubtable James on the top forms a capital I, and having killed every other 6aviour of the world in religious or profane history you are uufortunately apt to worship at that shrine so erected. That there is some truth in youself is beyond question, for you have many worshippers and no religion was ever built entirely upon error, and Hall is...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

eLAeKEi^Y. ' But still bin tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clock, . Set all mea'e eats upon the roolc'% ?_ : : HUCIB&IS. The Chief Justice of South Australia, performed a judicial feat recently At Nar racoorte. After( joiirneying 260 miles tie disposed of the business of the court— in- cluding the ' elating' of a witness-— hi two minutes. The ' Kilence' of the court crier was dispensed with, and the Governor's commission was dumped down in bulk, in stead of the usual dignified reading. His honor was not bedecked with judicial uiil liuery, and the Crown solicitor appeared at the bar in an overcoat, with hat and umbrella in hand. The train only stops a quarter of an hour at Narracoorte, but his honor was Seated in it ready to continue his journey five minutes before the time for the de parture. D ? N. Do you know the Premier, Henry I). P Have you met his charming wife, Emily ? Oh ! they are a pretty pair, And they rule this island fair Drastiu'ly. Henry works the orac...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Workers' Co-operative Unions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

Workers' Coopera tive Unions. The pioneer contingent of members of the first society formod under the ' Workers' Co-operative Union,' for settle ment under the provisions of the ' Settle ment on Lands Act,' proceeded to Tyntyn der, 17 miles by road this side of Swan Hill, last Saturday. Some of the party, says an exchange, start from Mildura, others from Melbourne, and others again from Lancefield, under special permit from the Lands department, and one of the members has been officially delegated to attend the Government surveyor in the laying out of the 2000 acres which the settlement comprises. Each man will hold SO acres, in his own right, direct from Government, and which will become his own freehold at the expiration of 20 years. Five acres out of this 60 he will cultivate as he pleases,, himself bearing the expense and reaping the profit. The other 45 acres will be worked co-operatively, and measures are being taken for th.e erection of suitable, appliances, for lifting the w...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Music and the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

Music and the stage, , rBr,KBiN0.1 On ))fbii0ay the Qourlay and Walton company closed their reason «t tfre !floyal with a capital misoel ?laneouB' programme, the audience '' (being highly delighted and departing with many good wishes for the artiste' success iu their Melbourne season. For music we had the Temnerance Hall on the -usual Wednesday, this time a well;deserved 'complimentary' to the charming repiter Miss Ruby Clifford. The baud's contribution on this auspicious occasion was limited to one piaoe with which they played the audience ?' in. . Not even Mr. Dentith's ' Travfttore *' boIo came forth., .Jheftudience responded pro perly to the .beneficiaire by comfort ably filling the hull. Mr. Sidebotfcom kindly ga,\-6 ' Something ' and as an encore*' I was one of them.' Mr. Taylor's flutina solos were encored and elicited tramp choruses. Miss Ruby . Clifford was the star of the evening ' as usual and recited, ''Jealous Petcrkin Peet' and an encore 'Smiting the rock' in her own a...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COLEBROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

M OOLBUU OK HACKS. 9 anticipate thu ft {Owing at Colebrook ; gtrial Stakes, tiata SJ| ; Hurdle, Freedom; Ibl (steeplechase jKojcthorn 1, Valour 2, ©don »; ColebrloVSl'late, Pauline 1, Bjbart 2, Uelene f^Ueeplechase, Settling % 1, All Fours fc aOktlioru 3 ; All-aged jtgfcs, Clypton lMtim, I, Pinafore 8. This year 1 expect to see at least 12 horses face the ttjutcr for the Derby, and of these there is not one who caii bu said to have ouly an outbidu chance of wiuuing. The favorites at piubeut in thu betting are The Sailor i'liuce anil Aquarius, l'atrou I think when the numbers go up will furnish the ' wiuuer. 1 loot upon him to improve siuce he met The Sailor Prince. Tiunohaut iB another that 1 have a great fancy lor. l'ulvil must run a great faors* after the manner in which he pi-rfonned with 8st. 51b. up the other day. Still ub tie seisins to run somewhat in and out I must give '-preference' to' ! 1'ATUON ?'?-.?-:' -\ . *- ' . i ISAILOE 1'jiINOB ? ? . . -2 Trenchant or l'ulvil' ';?'...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Political Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

Political Notes. The gage has been thrown down by the Legislative Council, and the electors will shortly be called upon, to decide whether the form taxation is to take is to be de cided by the representatives in the Assembly of 32,000 electors, or by the 6,700 Who return members to the Council. The latter body wanted to hare entirely their own way, refused to meet the Assembly half way in the matter, and contemptuously pitched I ho bill out, which embodied a compromise. . A veritable game of battledore and shuttlecock has been played in the As sembly with the endeavor to restore civil rights to Thomas Dillon, who. had been ' bowled out ' for corrupt practices at the last general election. First of all the reso lution directing the Attorney-General to , bring in a bill to effect tins object was carried by a small majority ; then the bill itself, when it came on for discussion, was thrown out, also by a bare majority. Then an amendment to the Electoral Act, having practically the effe...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

CfflCKET. the senior cricket season in Southern Tas mania tor 1893-4 was set going on Saturday last on the Upper Cricket Ground, when the Wellington and Dertvcnt met. Charlie McAHeji, who skippered the Dement, won b the toss and electing to bat, went to the ? wickets, accompanied by B. Campbell. Sams and Kenny Burn were the trundlers, but the latter had no luck. Sams, however, bowled well and secured 7 wickets at a cost of 7t- runs. The Derwehtites totted up the respectable score of 199, the most notable batsmen being Siil. Howe, who carried out his bat for*4l, and A. Swan (42) ami E. Swan (49). Only pue of the team, S. K. Chapman, failed to ? score. The Wellington went in to bat and made a very good stand, only losing one wicket for €7 runs. E.Collins, who usually bate well, succumbed when he had made 4, Gco. Gate house and M. Macleod being the not-out -men with 80 each to their credit, when the dumps' were drawn for the day. The cricket season was commenced in Launceston last Satu...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

MELBOURNE CUP. The following horses were left in after payment of second forfeits on Tuesday : — Bt.lb. «t.n». The Admiral ... 9 9 Loid GrenTille ... 7 5 Cremoroe ? 9 7 Patrou ? 7 * CiUdooIb ... ... 9 5 All There ? 7 4 Mnlvolio ? 9 4 The Sailor Prince 7 3 PortBea ? 9 2 Loyalty ? 7 8 Benlm ? 9 0 Pippin ... ... 7 Steruchaser ... 9 0 TimSwirellor ... 7 I Tflkeel ? ^11 Salient ? '7 0 Oxide ? 8 7 Pounamu1 ? 7 0 Lord Hope oun... 8 5 Solanum ? 6 lS Torftoola ? 8 4 Pulril ? 6 1 Port Admiral ... 8 5 Btrahan ? 6 1 NcB-mau ? 8 1 Gargon ? 6 10 Sainfoin ? 8 0 Trenchant ... 6 10 Tridentate ... 7 10 Aquarius ? 6 8 Light Artillery ... 7 7 Polly Hour ... 6 6 Carnage ? 7 7 Vendetta ? « 7 Jeweller ? 7 7 Dickens ? 6 7

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ACCEPTANCES FOR DERBY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

ACCEPTANCES FOB DBHBV. The following horses were left iu for the V.R.C. I) -i by yesterday. The probable riders are given. Horse. Eider. Aquarius ? T. Hales Carnage ? P. McGowan Gargon ? W.Morrison Light Artillery ? E. Power Patron ? -J. Trainor PulvU ? B. Huxley Pounamu ? P. White Projectile ? W. Jones Solanum ? W. Delaney Salient ... ... ... K. Howie .trenchant ' ? H.^Gardiner ' The Sailor Prince ... C. Moors Captain Swift ? Maru ?

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

IF YOU LIKE NICE TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR NELSON^ AWARDED A m 0^ 11 —I iMi) M D AT t&0 CELEBRATED&THE BEST PURE INDIAN CHINA* CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE ?

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ANTICIPATIONS. [BY THE OWL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

ANTICIPATIONS. [Br the Owl.] 1 sec no reason to allur my la-t week's selection for the Derby, viz., The Sailor 1'i'juqe 1. J'atrou 2, Qargou or Pulvil 3, ; ^Mr theSfflSboufiflSraci IfJfiKftue follow m6WIWLLEippAM03lA- - 1 gfrALTYl - fpf- -f - - 2 ijilvolio oilPortsea 'i» - -? - - S

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

HkV« .been toiiUJ-'by jWdtcioW Hhvest merits in Laud. BfiL^ANA, '' The North Shore of' Hobart'.. ,, Allotments. 60 x 180, £16 ; ,60 x 200, .£20 On Easy -Tenns, £1 deposit And £1 per mouth, 'o intwtvjt. I'l ins an d; particulars, I . 1V1 1 1^ r)K.J .i I , EXNiyXGBNT 1 Cobles 'Chambers, eliza Beth-Street, hobaht. Bradley & Son, House, Land, ana Commission Agents 61 COLLINS-STEEET., HOBAET, Bents aud Debts collected.' Properties managed underpersonaleuperviBion. Loans negotiated on reasonable terms. Safe In vestment on sound security fo* deposits to any amount. Mining Stocks bought and bold &n commission. . flote/s. E. NT Hugh (Late of Launceeton) Intimates to his friends alid the public that helms taken the commodious COENWALt HOtEL, ; CQRNKR OF AEGYLE A COLLINS STS. None but Best Brands of Ales,. Wines and Spirits. ANGEL INN, ~ 255 Abqvle-stkeet. The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and Bners J. J. McLOUGHLIN, Proprietor. Telephone 91. ? Theatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-ST&...

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LATEST HOBART BETTING. THE VICTORIA DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 November 1893

LATEST HOBART BETTING. THE ViCTOElA DERBT. lletting 'on the Derby lias been pre'.ty Jjiifik^duiiug the week, The Sailor Prince keeping his place as first favorite at 5 aud (i to.l, two wagers having bison laid about him 2-10 to 3fi and 20i) to 40. Carnage was hacked during the week. 100 to 14 being laid about him three times over. Pulvil war= backed to iv in -Jn()(l at t to 1. I'atron haf chopped aljout in the nmrkut, hi« price vary ing from 5 to S to I, hut he is improving in 1 Im market again, the best pric^ on offer beiu-? 7 tn I, at which he was backed to win £3-J-|. Ai|Uiirius came with a rush on Thurs day, and he »'i- Inekedto win £'?! Mat prices raiisjin.j; from KlO.to J'J to I ill) to 17, the best pric; no.v on offer being '1 to 1. Trenchant ii.'cciveil a little support at. 10 to I, anil Solatium was lucked for £300 at 100 to 8, Light Artillery being nibbloil at at thesainc price. 1'ounainu lus hIbo received a lil.tlc su|i]i'irt. The following aro the ruling prices :—IO(J to...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A HYMN FOR THE DISPOSSESSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

A Hymn for the Dis possessed. The following powerful verses ap peared in the Brisbane Worker. The writer Sydney Jephcott is spoken of as ' one of those wild poetic chni'iicterfi who seem to be the peculiar product of the Australian bush.' If latior-saving invention! and improvements could be carried to tl»D very abolition of the neces sity for In bor—wlwt would be the result F Would it pot be thai landowners could tben get all tbe wealth flint the land is capable of producing, and would bare no need at all for laborers, who then jllLUtli CIVIICL cituic va. -i.«o au- |^-ciidiuuold \Jt* vus bounty of the landowners F Thus, so long as jirivate property in laud con tinues— bo long as some men are treated as owner* of the earth and others live on it only by their sufferuuee — human wisdom can devise no means by which the evils of our nresent condition cau lie avoided. Nor yet could Hie wisdom of God ! B-- the lieht of Unit right reason of which St. Thomas speaks, we may Bee that even He,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHEAP LABOR IN AUSTRALIA. THE AFGHAN AND THE CAMEL. THE RANAKAS THE WHITE MAN CRUSHED OUT. OFF TO NEW AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Cheap Labqr in Aus tralia. THK AFGHAN AND THE CAMEL. THE KANAKAS. THE WHITK MAN CUUSHED OUT. OKI'1 TO NEW AUSTRALIA. Amongst other urgent matters wniting for Federated Australia to grapple with is tin; great alien and colored labor question. Unfortunately the various political organi 6Htioii6 and the people as a body do not re coLMiiso the immense evil that is steadily gniiiing ground in the tropical andsubtropi e:»l part* of Australia— an evil that will pro b;ibly shake the colonies to their basis, and ercn'liethe means of raising up interne ciue struggles. In fact so deeply is each gain* an advantage, either through its capital being tho chosen seat of the Federal Government or for trade purposes, that this matter of most urgent considera tion is entirely neglected. Consequently the evil is unchecked, and the Con servative press encourages it as the only method of utilising the tropics. Labor is s.i earnestly engaged in fighting to gain a secure footing in the existing legislature...

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

ANSWERS. Aiiy one deuirous of a descriptiou of chiiiactur by means of tliifi cliariniticr art lias only to euclose an outline of their baud, with 12 pcuny stamps (addressed '? Ze o,' Clipiwr office.), and the de Kcrintion will appear in this column. Auy ill cuious iudiridual will devise a ready means of outlining— for instance, the ol.f method of mnuiuK a lead pencil about the hand and finders while the palm is turned down on the paper— will [rive satisfactory results. It would 1m as well to fill in tho principal luarkiues or lines of the j'alm so rk *o give more data. Letters uontaiuiug ? oiu must, be lu^istcred. Curly. — Before you commence an under' taking you wish to know where it will land you. Before you can learn a lesson it must be pulled to pieces, and the where fore of its thusuess explained. You are hard to corner because you can reason until further orders, and have quite a fund of logic at your command. Besides you examine and recollect details with such accuracy that y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Flaws 8c Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL 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. Massage. The REV. SILAS MKAU says:—'] nm pleased that my arm is pet tine stronger. ] nope you will pet a large number of patients %o got the benelit of your treatment.' The KKV. HUGH GILMOKK :— ' I ani glad to say that I am much better. Thank ing you very much, and wishing you succesB.' The HON. JOHN DA LING :— ?? I have derived benefii from your Massage treat ment ; and you may make use of my name in reference to it.' The Cornelian, J. L. TOO MS :— ' I have derived both benefit ami comfort from your Massage treatment.' Mil. VAUGHAN*. Masskuk. Consultation Free. Hours — 10 to 1 p.m. and :i to fi p.m. daily. 7 Miller's Chambers. Hobart. WOOD, at the Old Market-, opposite the ? ...

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