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PALMISTRY. LARGE AND SMALL FINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

PALMISTRY. LARGE AND SMALL FINGERS. Largo fingers indicate a massive organi sation, dest. nod to hard work ; also h. pon derous mind and common vulgar tastes. Small fingers, but not thin, an acute, clever mind which is often dissimulating. Fat fingers indicate a love of idleness or lazi ness, and where the third phalanx is particularly developed a taste for the sensuous. Lean fingers designate a search ing and inquiring mind, simple tastes, and artmniitnAo □ frniripnp.tr trt nsl.VKimnllV. Smooth fingers denote a facility of con ception and action, especially as regards art. They relong more particularly to nervoue-3anguiue and lymphatic organisa tions, the smoothness indicating a rapid circulation of the electric fluid. The hand l-eing the representative of the brain, if the fluids circulate more or less rapidly in the fingers, it is that they do so in the brain. All persons with these fingers judge by inspiration at first sight.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BILL'S NOTIONS. REFLEXIOUS—LAMBS ON THE DERWENT —WOT A GOOD BOY HE IS —A GROD MARCH—BILL ON ART. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Bill's Notions. l'Bv MoMtJs.l REFJiEXibus— Lauds ok the DunwKNT — Wot a Good Boy he js — A Grog maksh— Bill on Aitr. Dero Mr. CIip]-ur, — Its not news to you to be told in the words of the immortal Bill (not my friend bill) that this is a sfouiKO world my masters— but it strikes one that its some of the folk that infest the earth (coves of their kidney don't, iuabit) that makes it a strange world. The globe grows old and nations disipear, but t-liB represable self -elect, aud the hoary hiper crit, and the oily man of the world, and the toady, and the scientific bubble that floats on the surface of the stream of knolodge and noes not the depths over which he floats, atired for a brief time in rainbow hues reflected from the light of a brief prosperity ; these, and the modern inflic tion, the mushroom mining manager, who has sprung into power and existence in a nite, and flourishes his resemblance to the British lyin in the teeth of an astonished eeneration. These, Mr. Clipper, are th...

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

ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. ' BUILDING SITES, 60 x 200, close to Tram and Rail. £30 each. Payable Monthly. Flans, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 1 Cook's Chambers, ELIZABETH-STREET, HO)'.AKT. Bradley & Son, House, Land, and Commission Agents 01 COLLINS-STREET, HOBART, Rents and Debts collected. Properties managed under personal supervision. Loans negotiated on reasonable terms. Safe In vestment on sound security for deposits to any amount. Mining Stocks bought and sold on commission. Hotels. E. M'Hugh (Late of Launeeston) Intimates to his friends and the public that he has taken the commodious CORNWALL HOTEL, CORNER OP ARGTLE & COLLINS STS. None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL INN, 256 Arovle-btbeet. The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and Boers. J. J. McLOUGHLIN, Proprietor. Telephone 91. ? i he at re Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STREET, HOBART. A. WILSON, Pbopbietob. ESK BREWERY.— Messrs. Boag and Son are more than satisfied with the result of the est...

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THE TRINITY COLLEGE EXAMS. A HINT TO THE TASMANIA UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

The Trinity College Exams. A HINT TO THE TASMAXIAN UNIVERSITY'. [Bv Keino.] The Trinity College local music exams, seem to have obtained a footing here. This is not Trinity College, Dublin, founded a.d. 1320, as our local musicos might be led to believe, but T. C, Manchester Square, London, not founded but developed in 1872 out of a su urban choral society under a Eev. Henry Bonavia Hunt (made First Warden), and registered in 1881, like our mining companies, under an act licensing them to issue 'degrees' to local centres in remote parts of the world. Tasmanian students are expected to qualify for Mus. Bac. and other distin guished degrees of said Trinity between the impending arrival of the text books — not yet here — aud June next-, after which six months' hard study of Trinity text books we may look forward to quite an army of full-fledged Doctors of Music, male aud female (M.D.T.C.) Our Uni versity of Tasmania and its grand Coun cil ought to be likewise up to date, and keep the m...

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

THE WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES, 64 LIVERPOOL STREET. Jas. Sargeant, ~' ( Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) STOCK AND SHAliHBROKER, No. 17 HOBAET Sl'OCK EXCHANGE, ? CpLLINS-STHKET, HoBAUT. ? Risby Bros., TIMBER MERCHANTS, The Cheapest Place in l-he City for all sorts of Building Materials. ? HOBART. ? G. Schapke, Watchmaker -fc Jeweller, Engineer for Sewing Machines, Musical Boxfis, Guns, and all kinds of Mechanical Works done on the -' Premises. 59 MURRAY-STREET, HOBART. Shirley's Bakery, 16 LiVBKl'OOL-STREET. Superior White Bread, free from adultera tion. (Wheaten Meal Bread a Speciality), Delivered to all parts of the Town daily. John Bradley (MEMBER HOBART STOCK EXCHANGE), STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, Hobart Stock Exchange, ? Collins-street, Hobart. ? BY Special Appointment to the General Public. THE UMBRELLA HOSPITAL, 71 Murray-street. Testimonials from hundreds of grateful patients' friends. Special and important. — Cutlery ground and set by a real live grinder on the premises. Piccadill...

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POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Political Notes. The evening of Friday, 3rd November, saw the curtain fall upon the third aud last session of the tenth Parliament of Tasmania. The Assembly sat only sufficiently long to receive bills back from the Council, while the latter chamber despatched the measures sent up to th-m with the utmost rapidity, inter alia the Appropriation Act beiiig agreed to without diRcussiou. The House now stands adjourned until fitli December, prior to which date Parliament will be pro rogued to a subsequent date, this notice being quickly followed by a Gazette an nouncing the dissolution of the Assembly, the natural sequence to which will be notifi cation of the date of election, etc. As a financial session it was a signal failure. The deficit up to the end of 18113 was found to be swollen up to £78,734, making the total deficiency £3I2,G19. To' put matters right for the current year £42,0U0 additional taxation was required which the Government proposed to obtain' by CU,(JI)0 from Customs an...

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

6D. TEMPERANCE HALL. CD. Lessee 4- Director, Mr. Harold Ashton O Tiiird Concert of the Series. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15. PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERTS. SIXPENCE | To all Parts | SIXPENCE Excepting Dress Circle, reserved at Onk Shilling. MB. W. MACKENZIE, Mus. Dir. IF your Watch does not I.eep time, go to tho Watch Repairing Depot, 15S Liverpool-street. /^ LOCKS, Clocks, Clocks.— Cleaned and v^ Repaired from Is. Gd. E. Keen & Co. RACING Chronograph Watches a speci ality. 118 Liverpool-street, E. Keen & Co. ? TO Meet the Times. — Watch Cleaned and Repaired from 3s. -5d. E. Keen & Co., 118 Liverpool-street. TKY~E. KEEN & CO. for Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repairs, the Cheapest and Best Repairing Establishment iu Hohart. ? '_ ? FOlOl— (5 lbs. Is. 9d. Tea, with SO lbs. White Sugar. Moffatt'b, Dillon's Arcade. IF your Watch does not keep time, go to the Wnteh Repairing Depot, 15S Liverpool-street. Edwin E. Sargeant. Laic of Abbott & Sargeant. for SPECT.UM.KS ...

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LETTERS OF S. A. TVER. No. I. TO MR. HENRY DOBSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

LETTERS OF S, A. TVER, No. I. TO MB, HE1TEY DOBSON. My Dear S(r,— You have now arrived at what wi|l do doubt prove to be the most critical part of your political career, and owing to your inexperience it has become absolutely necessary that you should have some extraneous assistance to enable you roach the goal of your aspiration. Before proceeding to more practical matters it would, I think, be advisable to muke a brief summary of the principal events con nected with you career. You will find on the eholf in the Public Library, oven if you hare not got one of your own, a copy of 'Burke's Colonial Gentry.' Under the heading ' Dobson, of Hobart,' you may see far back along tho gr;ind ancestral line the traces of that splendid advertising spirit so wonderfully developed in your family. In order that T may not spend too much time over this, it will simply be necessary to point out that your father was born at Gateshead, Durham, where, holding the position of clerk to the magistrates, h...

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

(BLAeKEf^Y. ' But still bis tongue ran on, And, with its everlasting clock, Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hudibbas. Governor Duff, of New South Wales, entered the navy at 13, retired at 27, and theu for 30 years represented Banff, in tbe House of Commons as a supporter of the Liberal party. Leading press authorities ou trotting, fishiug, and boxing- in the United States are, Mrs. Ida Tims Klocker, Miss Cornelia T. Crosby (Flyrod), and Mrs. Annie Avery. The Jews in Russia are accused of in oculating themselves with disease and in flicting self-maiming to avoid enlistment in the army. The other side of the question is that there are 120,000 Jews in the ranks all of whom are disqualified from promotion beyond the grade of non.-comB. As Mr. Mackenzie Bowell, the Canadian Minister of Trade and Finance, now 'doing ' Australia may pay us a visit, it may be as well to assure our lady readers that they vill not be asked to use that coarse cognomen Bowell, the owner pro nounces it ' Bow...

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FREE SPEECH. THE PREMIER AND CRONY PRESS ON THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

f REE SPEE6H. THE PREMIER AND HIS CRONY PRESS ON THE UN EMPLOYED. The groat production of the Parlia mentary session from a literary point of view has been the coining of a phrase ' Fancy Legislation,' and the Premier, the author, has times out of number with unctuous solemnity tongued his beloved, that in two words, the embodiment of sarcasm (?), put to flight the democracy of the chamber. The great Billy, the windy oracle of the Lauds, caught up the ?etrain, ana witu uis stentorian lungs jave it more force, and the Minis terial majority passed it along, and liad we had a Hansard staff they irould have phrased it in a gramina logue, so frequently was it used. Now that the general election is somewhat unexpectedly forced upon the Ministry the Premier Has dis carded his literary fondling, and he is daily foreshadowing and promising measures to assist people on to the laud and employment, and the further he goes it is more than evident that he is plunging in a morass, striving to reha...

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

FOE SYDNEY. — Fares and freight Greatly Seduced. The New and Favorite b.s. TAMBO, SATURDAY, Nov. 11th, noon. FROM LAUNCESTON to MELBOURNE. —The Express Passonger s.s. CQOGEE leaves Launoesten Wharf; WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th, at 2 p.m. ; MONDAY, Nov. 20th, at 2 p.m. (Return tickets available by Union Company's steamers, if desired.) Fares — Saloon, 30s.; Return, 60s. Fore-cabin, 20s.; Return, 30s. Launceston Agents — The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co. Limited. (Office on Wharf). HOBA.BT Offices — Lower Davoy-street., HUDDART, PARKER & CO.. Limited. Union Line of Steamers. Tl\e Largest anil Best Appointed. Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of tint; Line iniHitaiu regular passimgur au-l cargo ser vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch I Anus to Fiji and Hie South Sea Islands. PUINCtl'AL TASMANIAN SERVICES : Hobart to Sydney , THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. Fba.theeston'b, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying f...

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

A. CHEAP SALE. TO-DAY. TO-DAY. TO-DAY A. E. Plaister Is almost giving his stock away. Call and see tin) wonderful Bargains to bo obtained for a M E It E SONG. Every article marked down at Clearing Price. All this Soaaon's Goods included. Infant's Sun Bonnets, 9d. Infant's Sun Hats, Is. Infant's Silk Bmuiots, 2s. lid., former price 4s. Ud. 5U0 y.ir.l^ of Plain S iteaiis, ±\-\. Mil-s of Dress (jioo. Is from 2d. per yard. Men's Coits, 2s. .Men's Trousers, 2s. Regatta Shirts, with collar, attached Is. Hoys' Mi-aces, 3d. pair Boys' Moles, 3r. (id. Gents' Moles, 4s. 4 I. Meu'a Merino Under Shirts, Is. 7d. Men's Merino Under Pants, Is. 7d. Cashmere I'-lIose. in nil sizes, 71d. pair. Hoys' Straw Boaters, Id. Ladios' Untrimmod Hats, from Id. Lace, 6 inches wide, 3!|d. The prices the goods are offered at will repay everybody to pay me a call. 95 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, W. BOON & CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, FLOUR AND GRAIN STORES. Always on hand — Potatoe...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. SLUGGING THE MATABELES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and erery mortal hour it Insts, in tlii« uu.u-.ier ; the infinite hubbub unslnckeued. SLUGGING THE MATABELES. Mr. Bull — the nations look into his face with contempt. Almost power less to assist his own rights, rather paying out exorbitant blackmail than lighting with foes that may possibly worst him — slimming the honest con tact of war between equal combatants —allowing his princely diadem of colonies to be tarnished with the vilest scum or trance — he and his myrmidons seize every opportunity to plunge into so-called wars, having for their object plunder, not the uphold ing of his country's rights. Bull's patriotism is encased in gold, iind does scarcely breathe within his sordid heart, yet he simulates the divine fire and screams a war-whoop, that he may the more effectually further his designs of robbery, arson, and murder. The Matabele war is virtually one undertaken by a mer cenary company under the shadow of John Bull's fat paunch, everything that is desp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Cricket. The match between Wellington and Der went was continued on the Upper Cricket Ground hist Saturday. Derweut made 19!) in their first innings the previous Saturday, Wellington having 1 wicket dowu for -!7. The latter on Saturday totted up 968 for the loss of 8 wickets, and were declared victors on the first innings. The feature of the play on Saturday was the grand display of batting by Kenny 3um, who carried out his bat. for 121 runs. The bowling was frequently cliaugeil but without effect. G . Gatehouse 81, M. Macleod *i7, G. MacMillau 50, aud G. Murray 84 batted well. Break o'Day continued their match at New Town, whom they defeated by fi wickets. Launcestou and Taniar resumed play last hatunlay, the game resulting iu a win for Launcestou on the first innings by U runs. THE JUNIORS.— By Point. Cricketers had rather boisterous weather last Saturday, but the competition for Hood's Sport Depot Trophy was vigorously continued by the juniors. Glenorchy only made the small score...

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A STRANGE SEPULTURE THE FINAL "COURSE," A SUMPTUOUS DINNER. "MAY YOUR DIGESTION BE LIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

A Strange Sepulture THE FINAL ??COURSE.' A SUMPTUOUS DINNEU. ' MAY YOUR DIGESTION »E LIGHT.' Y«ar« ago, at a race at Ascot, the famous horso Tiberius broke his leg by bounding against one of the posts of th« barrier juit aftor the start. His owner, Lord Millbank lost heavily in bets, beside tho value of the horse, the law of the course beiug that accidents should not be taken into account as relieving a horse in case of defeat. Three day s after wards Lord Millbauk, gare a sumptuous dinner, to which the most dis tinguished of the English Peerage- hud been invited, and at which they were pre sent. The conviviality ran high. Towards the close, and at a iate hour, afler numerous toasts had been drnuk, the noble host aiose at tho head of the table, and proposed that they should drink to the memory of tho departed Tiberius. It w»s clamorously received. The master of the feast remained standing, with a brimming glass in his hand. 'We driuk to Tiberius,' he said, 'the inoBt beautiful, the ...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Mining Notes and Tips [By Gnome. 1 The columns of tlie press have beeu pretty well supplied of late with lettcre having re ference to the management of tlie Silver Queen Co. The one tliat has excited most comment has undoubtedly bscn the letter written by the mining manager— who evi dently does just as he likes without reference to the board of directors - in answer to a startling revelation by Mr. Taylor, relating to tlie tailings that are being giv'ii away as blinding for the streets aud pathways of Zeehan. It is not so long ago that this same omciai wrote a leuer, inai was uawKeu round the streets, threatening to resign if a certain director were re-elected. Any board having the spirit of a mouse would have immediately reseuted such interference by a prompt dis missal, and that such action should have been taken was the widely-expressed opinion of shareholders. Mr. James evidently thinks that he has come to teach the mining public here how to extract the embryo juice of an egg by...

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VACABOND JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Vagabond Jottings. An amusing incident occurred recently in the electorate of South Hobart. A notable magnate having removed to the locality, proceeded to' elaborate his new mansion, and the workmen engaged — true rep lesen tative Tasmania!) artisans — looked for liquid sustenance in addition to their tv.-ige. The hints given were broad, but unheeied. One of them, however, more astute than his fellowB, hit upon the following plan : — Calling the attention of the c.vaev to a UUUlUUr Ol I3J1U1UU JJ.Utll'lllgB, WitUULH--vu from the art gall ?ry, he remarked that it was a ittinjjoppntUiiiily to have them re novated prior to hanging, and stated that if there was onn section of work in which he excelled it was the work referred to, all that would bo required being about a pint of good whisky, by the application of which the: paintings would be made bright for many years to come. The un suspecting owner fell into the U'*p und gladly concurred in the iden, if only for its cheapness. In the ...

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THE ART EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

The Art Exhibition. The Ait Exhibition on Tuesday and Wednesday, at the Masonic Hall, was a cheerful sight, showing the amount of competitive emulation that can be stirred up ameng our latent and un developed native talent in the various branches of representative ait. If this is continued from year to year with the same success we may hope to evolve out of it a '?school' of art essentially our own, (like Hubeus' was Antwerp's), and which may be called i'asmaman iu generations still to come. The prizes were, without exception, properly awarded. Two life-sized portraits of local celebrities showed, more in the arlistic conception than in the details of execution, the material there is in the young artist waiting development at the art' foun- tain-heads iu Europe. Two marine sketches of Itishop Nixon's (Trout's) were veritable gems : one of a local trader among icebergs was less so. A piece of still life, oranges, glassware, etc., on au old mat, a cowled monk and a few more exhibits s...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

Music and the Stage. [Bt Kbino.I Rehearsals for 'Elijah' and no less than three cantatas took place on Monday and Tuesday, and proved satisfactory. Wednesday produced the 'Haymakers,' ' A Country Life,' and the ' 1 'ionic,' at the Temperance Hall, under Mr. Mackenzie, and included the popular tableau ' Britannia,' of winch Miss Ruby Clifford made a perfect success. The music on this occasion was quite put in the shade by the pretty scenery aud accessories. The two performances of the ' Gondoliers' at the Town Hall netted, after all, £20 12s. 4d. to the relief restaurant. Formerly these amateur affairs always wound up with pub lishing a dr. and cr. account, showing details. On Thursday the ' Hobart Mutual Dra matic Club' came out very successfully at the Royal, iu a dramatised version of the charming story which old Rossini has told so well and musically in his not yet forgotten ' Gazea Ladra.' All the pans were in good amateur hands— Miss Willis (Annette), Miss Thane (Dame Gerald) ,...

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COLEBROOK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 11 November 1893

COLEBRO0K RACING CLUB. Tlie Spring M^tiug of the Colcbrook Unoing Club was held on Thursday, tliere lieing a very luri-e attenduuee. UeKulte -.— Handicap Hurdle.— Mr. J. Masters' Slcrliug. 1 rceaom also started but ran off tliu course. Trial Stakefl.-Mr. W. Neesou's Purattah 1 Mr T. A. Bun-ill's Xmas Carol 2. Mr. M. Doyle us LittleMe3. Satauella ttlso ran. Totalisntor 111. Trial Steeniediase.— Mr. W. -;,i«m. „-* l'v,,l,o,-i Mr. C. Carter's Merriinan 2. Mrs J Timer us Wallaby 3. Blackthorn and May Bee also niu. Colebrook Plate-Mr. W. Fitaifenild'B (loburt 1, Mr. J. B. Currau's Pauliue i, Mr. P. DiHau's SsaBJSS!.fei.!IetaIe'dz'i~'I*'t'ted- Colebrook Steeplocli ise.-Mr. P. Dalian's Valour ]. Mrs. Jr. A. Low'h BlackUioru 2. Mr. S. Morris's Uuledouinu 3. All Foursaud Settling Dav also rau Totulient r, £i 15s. ' All-aijed Stakes.— Mr. J. Masters' Marc. Antony I, Hon. A. E. Lord's Zariua 2, Mr M Djvlo's Qlyptou 3. Satauella and Clotli of Gold 'also started. Totalisator £5 10s

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