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LETTERS OF S. A. TYER. No. V. TO THE HON. JNO.HENRY, M.H.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 December 1893

LETTERS OF S.A.TYER. No. V. . : TO THE HON. JNO.HENRYiM.H.A. My dear eir, — You will no doubt be ex tremely pleased to hear from me, though I feel that I owe you an apology for not having written .before. I have, however, been so much occupied with other duties that want of time rather than want of in clination must be my excuse for this ap parent discourtesy. You have by no means bean absent from my thoughts, nor would it be easy for me to forget so dis tinguished a personage, whose name has become a household word, and whose honest face has but to be Been to inspire feelings of love and respect. As a large landholder in the district of Devonport you are worshipped by the vulgar; as one of the members for East Devon you are regarded with veneration by your constituents j and as Treasurer of the colony you have become the laughing stock of Tasmania. Your country has made you a magis trate, and your undoubted ability cauBud you to occupy at various times the im portant positions of W...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 December 1893

ALBERT PARK, I NEW TOWN. ? BUILDING SITE 8, % 60 x 200, close to Tram and Bail. £30 each. Payable Monthly. ? M Plans, eto., from % F. MILSOM, j LAND AND ESTATE AGENT; ^| 1 Cook's Chambers, 1 ELIZA BETH-STREET, HOBART. i Bradley & Son, ~ 1 House, Land, and Commission Agents m 81 COLLINS-STREET, HOBART, 1 Rents and Debts collected. Properties I managed under personal supervision. Loans ?§ negotiated on reasonable terms. Safe In- 1| vestment on sound security for deposits to J any amount. Mining Stocks bought and - sold on commission. A Hotels. 1 E. M'Hugh | (Late of Launceston) M Intimates to his friends and the public that '1 he has taken the commodious 1 CORNWALL HOTEL, 1 CORNER OF ARGYLE & COLLINS STS I None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines 1 and Spirits. m ANGEL INN, ~~ 1 255 Argyle-street. a The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and liners. 1 J. J. McLOUGHLIN, j Proprietor. 1 Telephone 91. ? Theatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STREET, HOBART. i A. WILSON, Pbopbietob. | Argyle Hot...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 December 1893

Mining Notes and Tips [Bv Gnome.1 Gold will continue to monopolise the chief attention until another silver mine joins the Western in regular dividends. If the Queen, under its present management, had come up to expectations and promises^ local silver would hare been ae-ain in fa-™i in spite of low prices. As it is, some of our best investing money has been diverted to gold. That the sound value of the Queen will triumph 'over every disadvantage in certain, but the| shareholders of that mine have a responsibility to the whole field in seeing that their mining affairs are con ducted as they should be. It has given general satisfaction that the Adelaide has to a great extent mastered the water. Should weather favor, the present expedients should enable a substantial amount of high-class ore to be raised and realised upon. As the present prospects of the Chums are to some extent owing to the pertinacity with which Captain Kitto stuck to the idea of picking up the reef, and to informa t...

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THE CRY OF THE CHILDREN UP TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 December 1893

THE CRY OF THE CHILDREN UP TO DATE. The birds are privileged to feed On that which satisfies their need, And house themselves in many a cosy nest. Whene'er the sun sinks in the glowing west. But babes and children sweet Have not enough to eat — They sleep on Want's unniantled couch And by a tireless hearthstone crouch. Hark to that bitter cry ! — 'tis famine's wail. Uttered by little ones with faces pale. The flowers lift not their cups in vain When falls the due or freshening rain ; Aglow with crimson bliss from day to day, Roses with soft enamoured breezes play ; But cherisht ones and dear Find no congenial sphere Wherein to blossom and grow up. Who, who will fill (heir tiny cup, When homes in myriads throughout the land Are bare of food thro' Dives' grudging hand ? Each year, all over Christendom, Millions of human buds become A sacrifice to that curs'd greed of gain Which cares not who may lack or writhe in pain, If only it can clasp Within its ruthless grasp The riches that man...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. BEAUTY SHOPS—A PONTVILLIAN BALL—WIND AND WATER, OR THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 9 December 1893

Bill's tmoiijoV TBt Momus.1 Beauty Show— A Pqntvillian 'Bu.tt— Wind, and Watbb, or the Municipal Elections Picture. Derc Mr. CLirPEIt,— There a fieldmalc renovation company a thiukin of startin in Hobart. They intends ter fovra a sort, of slipyard an dry dock for the rellttinof «raft of the nomiualy gentler sex (tho som o£ em ? M liirA nwin 1 vii us these «re lection times.) Hill is full of it. . He cum in with a smile on his face that made it rinkle up like a pond wen ycr drops a big stone inter the middle of it, an he ses Momus, old arty, the I'luomiu Snooze Bvsin (I hats wot he coils Hobart) is a wakin up at larst. Wot do you think we are a goin to have ? Well I ses a new main;. Bill sliakes his lied an ses no, better even nor that. Then I ses opposition at the Brighton election. Bill ses no again, an then I bcs give it up ; dont noe wots more necessary an beneficial to the town and country than them ere events. Bill sat down and larfed till you thought hed explode. Slowly he wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

if YOU Lite NICE TEA ASK YflUR GROCER FOR PURE INDIAN CHINA* CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

' :' '?' ' THE^ WERTHETM SEWING ^CHINES, 64 LIVERPOOL STREET. Jas. Sargeaht, (Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) STOCK ANdISaREBROKER, No. 17 HOBART Sl'OGK EXCHANGE, ?'- ?'???'? GoLtltJBtSTBRET, HOBAIIT. ? BY Speoial Appointment to the General 'Public. THE UMBRELLA HOSPITAL, i #1; Murray-street. Testimonials' from hundredR of grateful patiejats' ifrrenda, Speoial and important. — Cutlery ground and set by a real live grinder on the premises, Piccadilly Cafe, 87 LIVERPOOL-STREET 87 - ' is the place to get a good Cup of TEA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLATE, with all kinds of Pastry and Sweets, at Moderate Prices. ! ROBERTS & CO., Proprietors. Tailoring. TASMANIAN TWEED SUITS, .FROM 60s.; TROUSERS, 15s. 6d. Ep^lieh, Scotch, and Continental Goods '? .. equally reasonable. 'Fit and workmanship equal to any shop in Tasmania' and superior to the majority of the so-called Tailors, employing cheap and inferior labor. I superintend all the work myself and pay the highest rate of wages, which enables...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. BROUGH-BOUCICAULT AT THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

MUsiytHE^iE BI ,OUiJH-B9tK3iCA:ULT . A.T f BJ3 sfV.XaxKia*..- ; -'?. ?? -^ The advent . of thVBrough- Bouolcault Coi ipany Ms been a' 'great treat 'to the' theatre going public of Hobart,-ho haMJ proved .their - appreciation of '' the high stand^rai-both of the actott and tfce %' perjboire by (jrpeting them with * fcuinpW j houfec e.iMi pvuriinv. Thp c&cnn itommBncBa I on (Monday with.the sVillage .#riest. ~Mr;i Tit|cridge, ae I,'Abbr, proved that be had I loeft none of his well-kljown-, ^rajmvCIC I p3\for and u ithos, and In'' the fourth ' actPwafc i*p§fial?y grantl in thV'lpWtoqu*' Mr.? wranglL': (lean. t'Ouqueoie) -and M& Urolith (La Countcssc) gave studied rcndeijr ingf of these particularly dimcuUfjbharabfcisj1. that proved thatthey were equally attiomc in the drama as comedy. Miss Major, as Madeleine, supplird a fund of amusement by her assiduous attention to the Abbe. Dandy Dick, on Tuesday nigbt, saw the oovernor and his suite present. This spirited light con...

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YACHTING YABBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

Yachting Yabber. Last Saturday the second races of the season took place off the Ksplanade. There was a fine sea breeze blowing at the time, but it fell light towards the finish. Clyde won in tlie 28ft. class, with Volant second, lolantbe third. Mabel last. Clyde an.l Volant made a good race nearly all over the course. Clyde lias the principal things that ensure a racing yacht's success, viz., a good skipper, a good crew, and a good suit if sails. Volant is the most powerful yacht of the two, but her RHils have seen their best days, also her crew for the most part are new to the boat. InUiuthe went very well while the breeze lasted, but dropped out of it when it fell light ; but if a boat can always take third prize it pays better than cruising only, and also throws'more interest into the racing, and also there are generally one or more days in the season when she stands a c hance of first prize. Mabel diil not do very well.priin-ipally because her crew have not got her best sail in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

T?I,I5CTOKS OK NOHTil HOBART. MEET CCLON1CL ST. HILL On MONDAY NIGHT, At the TOWN HALL, fi p.m. THE BYE OF THE liATTLE. OOUTH HOBAET ELECTION. MU. A. 1. CLARK WILL ADDUHSS THE KLECTORS On MONDAY NIGHT, OLD WHABK. jp' L B C T O RS. Wharf To-morrow, 3 p.m. Subject : ' Our members of Parliament. What they say and what they -do.' Messrs. Hall, Russell, Graham, and F. Lester, of New Zealand, find. W. Nurse, of Electoral League of Sydney, .will address the mooting. ._ __^ ?OtfEST : HOBART - - -ELECTION. ' - MB. . W. J. B.UFJ-i. ',„. . WILL MEET THE ELECTORS TO-NIGET, Lansdowne Crescent Institute, 7.30 o'clock. ON MONDAY, Queen's Arms, Haixingtou-Btroet, 7.30 p.m. HoWl Hall, Harrington-Street, 8.30 p.ui- KJ0RTH HOBAHT ELECTION. VOTE FOR CRISP, Your faithful Representative . POLLING DAY, TUESDAY NEXT. ^State Aid, O1 A SON« FOR THE ELECTORS ? ' ?' of ? . WEST HOHAUT. Tone: ''i'rr Wruiow.' ''PHERE'S a smart little man — one 1- CANSDELL.ifl be. Sing RnilO ! : sing Rail Qi sing Rnil O ! Who for...

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BOXING. CLIFFORD OF ALBURY AGAIN VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

BO'XIWG. CDIPFOBD OF ALBUBY AGAIN , VICTOHXriTTS. 9 Charlie Murphy hating assumed the management of the Derwent Athletic Club tad an ?excellent bill of fare prepared at his njulon Monday evening lost. jBMrJie f*id Taffy Weteh and -Billy Bvans And Keegan opened the show with four-round anars. Jifhen Clifford of Albury, champion of Tasmania, was announced' to box a local mqn named 'Frank A. Clifford' the best of 'Sit rounds. Ned feyan acted as referee, tfita Mead timekeeper. Time having, been 8flMrthe Cornstalk' *mlixed up to tlie Iqqul man planted hie left on the noso. TJhV Albury man taking matters too easy ?was Tewarded with u terrific righthander on the musch which made him blink and look savage He hooked his left on 'Clifford's' jaw, doing some damage,. imd followed it up with a Hehthauder dan gerously .close to the point, the local man staggering to the ropes. Before he could recover he received a perfect Bhower of heavy rights on the head and jaw, and finally copped it on the p...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Enoh and every mortal hour It lasts, in this manner i the infinite hubbub unslackened. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS DISGORGE ! The question of the offiaem of the Crown Law and Post-Offios Depart ment having received large sums of moneys in the shape of fees was again revived at Mr. A. I. Clark's meeting ; but unfortunately, owing to the late ness of the hour, it did not receiTe the attention it deserved. Mr. Clark stated that although he had tried to get information as to the amount of moneys thus lost to the revenue, he had( found it impossible to do so. Great credit is due to Mr. Mitchell for agitating in this matter, which, according to the Promiet, had assumed gigantic dimensions, certain officials receiving fees to equal their salary, aven the Attorney General being in the swim with the lowliest myrmidon of the law, and all this in direct contravention of the Civil Service regulations, which, under the eub-heading of Fees and Remuneration, distinctly says : — ' No fee, r...

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THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

the itrsiJOB-s. -By )Point. The moBt important, jnatch for the Hoodls-JSporta 4)*pofc trophy -W»s played at Beltana when the, postal-Telegraph de feated City by 16 Wni.'W. Howe 23 and QUham natyftut jO*). Tere the .principal scorers for fertcal-Yelegraph, and' «yan 41 &nd RoWfrmn 10 'for Oitv. the former batting in grand style, his bowling never came off *o well as on the previous Satur day. McGinnlBB 8 wickets for 27 runB bowled well for City, as did Trappes 6 for 29.. : ?? ?; ? ?? ? .- : .: ?' ? Union Jack were expected to make a better stand agafnst Bellerive.Jhsy could only make 53%giinst pellerive's 150. Gleriorcby Had an easy win over 'Boot makers by 115 runs. Piesso who is doing all the scoring for Glenorchy ' making 47, arid C. Hapam 23. Butterworih and Webb were the destroying angels for Glenorchy with the ball: A most exciting match took place at North Hobart, :t-et ween fit Mary's and Endeavour,' when the latter won by 2 runs. Green batted and bowled well for Ende...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

ALBERT PARK, I NEW TOWN.' I ? BUILDINGS I« S 1 ? : 60 % 200, close to Train and feail .£30 each. Payable Monthly i Plans, etc., from ; v F. MXLSOM, I LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 1 1 Cook's Chambers, 1 ELIZABETH-STREET, HOBAJIT. * Bradley Ik Son, ] House, Land, and (3010101881011 Agents '?-?, , 61 COmNS^STEEET, HOBART, B^nts and Debts collected. , . Properties Uianageaunderpereonalsupervision. Loans ' negotiated on regsonabhilerms. Safe In- ? vestment on sound pecjuritafor. deposits to any amofaat. telning'fctWkB1 Wifeht and sold on commission. ?? - ? Hoteik. E. lYTHugh i (Late of Launceston) 1 Intimates to his friends and the public that ; he has taken tho comtaodious j CORNWALL HOTEL, CORNER OP ARGrYLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL INN, ~ i 255 AsarfcE-STKEET. The Best Spirits, Wines, Alee/and Beers. J. J. McLOUGHLlN, Proprietor. Telephone 91. Theatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STREET, HOBAET. A. WILSON, Pbomhetob. TP YOU WANT A GLASS OP GOOD BEE...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. ELECTORAL LIGHTS AND EDITORIAL BEACONS.—THE GUN THAT IS TOO HEAVY FOR THE DEVIL'S BRIGADE. BEEFSTREAK POLITICS.—THE SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

Bill's Notions. Bv Momus.1 Electoral Lights and Editorial Beacons.— The Gnu that is. too Heavy fob the Devil's Bbioase. — Beefsteak PoLrncB.-Tifg ScAiiEs of Time and the Weight . Tick. Dere Mr. Clipper, — Hill an mu have been excrcWn - ur liiuitcd inU'l.rgence on (he literatoor of tho cleetivii cuiipafn, ami s-rne of tho things arc peculiar, wot tor say i ye openi'. For instance, theros the leaf 6'iit out. in the Glenorchy district )-y some en thupiastic opponent of (ho tni;i6*try, In ?v-hjcli the Dobsouiau cmdidiiic is described as a Dobson prophet, an one not likely to hi a profit lo the country ; considcrin the I King is run at the expense of a private pusou, as dimply objects to the hidden ways of Dobranin, and i* endeverin to unearth their Burrows, it aint half bad. Then thersdere .lames, m in Hall in Hall to some of the grate arts as bent in the blue jumpered busonis of our palpit:itin democracy ; he has been pensenteri with some blood and thunder pro duction showin why he sho...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

?'PfiiPlifFf bnlljjvt 1 . I Wellington and Break p'.PajM f^Mor |he fiqitiftfene ^|»,Wffl P* .Saturday psplondid tno*. ? I Wellington won.thetoss «»« £enny Burn ? ? j t. UTonlnnii fnmfui Bin bowline. IVTae innings closed fpr.217 runs. . V Break o1 Day bad 8;wickets down for 92, m when stumps wereiirawn. ? Derwent and:.N_ew; Town mot at the H suburb on Saturday. H Dementp'kyed a man short, totted up ? NewTPfp-iwidcetdoTOtf^M.-S.ri H Tabrar In playing Xaunteslxra last SStur- , ? Lattnboston bad 8 *ibk6tr,ddW»f for 260, , S ofwhiob. J: H.Savighy wab-0t'6ut with

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

ANSWERS. Anyone desirous of a. description of diameter by means of this charming art Iisb ouly io eDolose an outline of their hand, with 12 neuu y stamps (addressed ?? Ze ,o,' Clipiier ofllcej, and Hie de scription will appear in this column. Any ingenious individual wilt devise a ready means of outlining— for instance, the old method uf running a lead pencil about the hand and finders while the palm is turned dovu on the paper— will give satisfactory results. It would be as well to nil in tho principal markings or hues of thn puhu bo as to give more data. Loiters coutaiuiug coin mum be registered. Most Palmy of Palm Oil.— Your opinion to hand, many thanks, every line of the communication teems with indications of the correctness of previous infeteuce. You don't fight, oh no — but you have re ceived war medals. Just one hint give over mixing things — use your head as a t b inking medium, not as a sausage machine, and leave off blowing- your own trombone so loud. If you are honest, a...

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LETTERS OF S. A. TYER. No. VI. TO THE HON. WM. HARTNOLL, M.H.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

LETTERS OF S. A. TVER, No. VI. ; . TO THE HON. WM. HABTNOLL, Mitt.A. My Dear Sir,— No words are powerful enough to emress the admiration which the people of fliis country feel foryou. As the most pppular minister in a most famous ministry, as a polished orator, and as a truthful, courteous and able gentleman you can afford to treat with scorn the enemies who at* striving to accomplish your down fall. How futile are theirefforts to destroy tho most talented man in the city of the North, and to Blander the fair name of an orator who has justly been termed the ' Chesterfield ' of Tasmania, must be ap parent to all who know the blameless character of your life. Do not, ray dear sir, allow yourself to be stung by their remarks, but ' bless them that curse you and pray for them that despitefully use you.' You can afford to look baok with pride upon your political career. A com paratively insignificant auctioneer, you were sent to Parliament for the first time in 1884. Your cuccess as a po...

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N. HOBART COLD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

N, Hobart Cold Cup. Br Pj-umpeh. The horses entered fur this important event having been Jn full training for some time. I desire to give the public thu ben-'fttof my: 'tip,' which lam justified to -1o from a close attention to the training track. There arc four entries for tho event, ami 1 judge that each will face the starter on the event- ? ful day. The names of tlie Inures iloelared to start are Weathercock (late the People's Alfred), New Town, Colonel nml SpoutiT. , Tbe first is a brown horse, ago!, by Sawyer, put of an imported ilnm. Thli horse haB taken part in several races, viz., parliamen tary and municipal events, find although he at first showed good form, he has of late ex hibited such unmistakeable signB of what is termed ' welching,' and when his rider least expected it, taking the bit, ainl running off the track that his original trainer, Jo, at 1 he last Parliamentary Cup mee'. beoame so diRguBted with continual falling away, pre vailed upon his owners to re-christe...

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PALMISTRY. SPATULATED FINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

PALMISTRY. SPATULATED FINGERS. With some people the fingers, or certain of them, exaggerate the square form by spreading at the and like a fan or shovel ; they are called spaiulated. Spatulated fingers imply a great need of action and physical movements, they also indicate resolution, material and positive interests, and a love that lacks tenderness, with a. tendency to bluntness. A spatulated thumb shows deBire for im mediate realisation of the will. Jupiter, Bpatulated, signifies love of active power. A spatulated Saturn gives taste for agri culture, building or work at the mines. A spatulated Apollo indicates a practical artistic taste, which includes historical painters, composers of marches or military music, photographers, etc. Finally, a spatulated little finger de signates a taste for mechanical work, a talent for the invention of machinery.

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