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DOMAIN SENSATION. AN INTERFERING POLICE OFFICER DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

Domain Sensation. AN INTERFERING POLICE OFFICER DISMISSED. Those young ladies and gentlemen who prefer a quiet stroll in the Domain on the cool summer evenings to perambulating dusty Elizabeth-street have been sub jected to a good deal of annoyanee of late by an individual who for very many years held a position in the City Polioe Force. It appears that the party iu question has been in the habit of paying* hooturnal visits to the Domain, and watching his opportunity would pounce upon unsuspect ing loving couples who were whispering sweet nothings to one another. As a rule he would proceed straight away to 'arrest' the pair, more frequently the male leaving hi- frail companion in the handR of the limb of the law: but should the bobby succeed by threats and wheedling to scare ,, the ' boy ' what transpired thereafter, to quote our morning friend, ' boots us not to tell.' On ohe occasion a pretty barmaid was in the Domain in company with her young juiMi, when they were subjected to an...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

Mining Notes and Tips JBr :Gnome.1 Although the present quietude in mining matters may be expected to continue into the beginning of the new year, yet antici pations of more business are shown in several directions. The proposed addition to the steamship service between Hobart and Strahan, and the competition involved, will doubtless -benefit passenger traffic, although the e^tnemely moderate charges on ore can scarcely be much further re duced at present.1 The finding of the phenomenal ' pocket', of 98,000 oz. of silver at Mount Lyoll has gladdened the ' heart of Strahan, which place, in spite of the visits of Mr. Bowes Kelly and other important personages, has been rather depresssed at the inevitable deferment of the flotation Of the mine, If present developments continue so favorable it will accelerate something being done. The usual vague generalities arc to hand from the Qneen, together with an utterly insufficient return of ore, but no definite replies are vouchsafed to any of...

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Black Dingo CHAPTER IV. UNDER THE PALE MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

Black Dingo [Hv J. J. Sheridan.] CHAPTER IV. Undeb the Pale Moonuoht. In his wild rush for freedom Dingo had in stinctively headed for the open country ami avoided his old hauuts iu the great city. He knew he would be fiist sought there, and longed too earnestly for liberty to risk cap ture by the nian-huntcre who soon would trail him, iu spite of the life and bustle of the metropolis. He headed a bee-line for Yarra Glen, dimly hoping from here to strike across the wild country to the east, in the region of the Snowy River. Arrived at the Glen, Dingo hid during the daylight and formu lated plane for future operations. Leaving the fugitive for a time, we wiU re turn to Oldcountry, whom we last isaw pur suing his way to HealesviUc. He steadily journeyed through Alphiugton, Ivauhoc, and the little hamlet of Heidelberg, and night closed in loug before he had covered two tliirds of his jonruey. He beguiled his way by singing snatches of souge and by sundry soliloquies of the rambling kin...

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THE TURF. BELLE VUE PROPRIETARY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

The Turf. BELLE VUE PROPRTETARf RACING CLTJR. The Hello Vue Proprietary hold a meet Ibis afternoon. A very liberal programme uf Hiveral events being provided. They are, Welling Race, Trial Slake;, Galloway Race, B'-'lle Vue tlnmlinap, Cabman's Hack, Flying ll'indioap and Oi-en Trot. Hv .?irrauiromunt with the railway department a special train will leave Hobart station at I 50 p.m., reluming after the last rare. '1'rophet' sm'ls in the fallowing antici pations :— Soiling Race. Darnley; Trial Stakes. Marc Antony »r Freedom ; Gallo way Ha e, Cloth of Gold; lielle Vue llnndi cap, Sterliug; Cabman's Hack, May; Fly ing Handicap, Freedom or Cumberland ; Open Trot, Nuddy or Miuuii Mr. W. II. I kin's Uunediu has bei-n awarded fist. Slid, in the tftandi.nh Handicap. to Lie run on New Vear'« Day. Suini; or the Victorian w'libes fancy he' has n chance. Titan is top weight with KM. 41b. Tareoola, with list, illb., is awarded pick of place in the Hagot Handicap, and they s-iy In1 will win. Two d...

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FREE SPEECH. THE ELECTIONS AND THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 16 December 1893

fHEE SPEECH. THE ELECTIONS AND THE WEEK. Tuesday is the day for electors to turn the ballot box into a slaughter ing block for those men who have, though holding the helm, allowed the ship to get into danger. Meetings held during' the week have been marked by a slightly more vigorous tone, though it is somewhat astonish ing what little real public interest is evoked in matters that affect the well-being of every individual in the community. The greatest interest so far as the city is concerned was concentrated in Mr. A. 1. Clark's address, tn his usually able manner he dealt with the work of the last session, and undoubtedly voiced the opinion of the people in pointing out that had the Dobson Ministry acted with any degree of foresight they would have gone to the country im mediately on finding thp*. U'? Assem bly was too demoralised to enter upon any. jsuch momentous business as adjusting the finances. Then the mrtv Parliament meeting immedi ately for business we might have now bee...

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

Union .Line of The 'Largest' and cBeRt Appointed P-k'Ct of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Haguificent Steamers of this Line nniutain tegular 4)is*jii;^cjr anrt cargo ser vices between Tasmauja, New Zealand, and Australasian ports,' with Branch Liues to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANJAN 8EHVICES : Hobart to Sydney. THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W- J. Fbathebstose, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates First --ailing : SATURDAY, DEC. 28rd, noon. Hobart to Melbourne . The splendid jatercplonial steamers nu the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. eii route to Melbourne. First Sailing : '?? S.S. 'TALUNE,' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19th, Launeeston to Mel bourne S.S: 'PATEENA,' H. Sams, Commander, MONDAY, DEC. 18th, 4 p.m. MONDAY, DEC. 25th, 2 p.m. For New Zealand . ? -Ptnst-Bteiwnerf S.S. 'MARABOA,' MONDAY, DECEMBER 18fch. 3an Francisco. The company iu conjunction with the Ooeanic Company' ruu a regular monthly setvice from ...

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

Fla^s & Williams, I 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. I Are Now Showing I NOVELTpB:T?OR THE SPRING, I A-':'. ' : I DEESSESj-THE NEWEST LINES IN I COTTJ& £ND FABRIC STUFFS. I MISSlIuGD'EiJ still has charge of th« I Dress and Costuino Making. Our Patrons I know her value. I MILLINHRY. I '^vetiave now opened this Department in I a proper manner. We have a I ?J-P^!ENDID STOCK. ALL NEW. I SPECIAL. I MISS NOBLE (late of Kessrs. Robertson I andMoffatt, of Melbourne), ii in charge of I this branch, and we can say that she is a I tru« iitiste ia her profession. Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Massage. I The REV. SILAS MEAD says:— 'I am I pleased that my arm is getting stronger. I I hope you will get a large number of patients I 10 get tli« benefit of your treatment.' I The REV. HUGH GILMORE :— ' I am I glad to say that 1 am much better. Thank I ing you Very much, and wishing you I success.' The &ON. JOHN DAVLING :— ' I have I derived benefit from your Massage trea...

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

BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CLOTHING A. E. Plaister's If you want to S A V K MONEY. Blue Sergo Sailor Suits for school wear, niiinncd nicely witb golil braid, 8s., 4s. lid., Its. lid., 7s. -id'.. Xt. 1M-, 10s. 6(1. Fur ijiprer buy* 1 liavfca nice line of Man i if \V:ir Suits, lo'ug tvnueeW? Foi- roui?li -visit 1 HinSiffcriug a special liwivy make .if Tweed Suite, from 4s. lid., lined' rif-'lu through, and will stand any amount of ronpli us;iKC. For Mother* wishing to see their boys niwly di-uss'id I liavu a splendid line of Uron'n Velvet Suits from 8s. lid.; just the tiling for Christinas ; a tip top line. Fivii cases of Oouts' Tailor-uiade Goods juNt tdh.-uul. Tweed Trousers, -is. lid. Troiisei-s and Vests, 10s. Gd. Surge Ooatx. IDs. -!d. Foxe'.-i Senre Suits, 37s. Gd. .-.o GenU ?Summer Suits, 25s. the 6uit; this U a real har^uu, having bought them under cost. THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, 9 5 ELIZABETH STEEET, Lloyd's Buildings, WTBOON 8c CO., GKN'H11AL MERCHANTS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, KLOUR AND-SE...

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

DRINK ^^''^ To be had of all GROCEJIS. Ask for it and see you lake no Ofksr.

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

ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING -SITES 60 x 200, close to Tram and Bail jeaoeaoh. Payable Monthly Plans, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, 1 Cook's Chambers, . '?' ELIZABETH-STREET, HOBA&T. Bradley & Son, House, Land, and Commission Agents 61 COLLINS-STREET, HOBABT, Bents and Debts collected. Properties managed under personal supervision. Loans negotiated on reasonable terms. Safe In vestment on sound seourity for deposits to any amount. Mining Stocks bought and sold on commission. Hotels. E. M'Hugh (Late of Launceston) Intimates to his friends and the public that he has taken the commodious COBNWALL HOTEL, COBNEB OF ABGTLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits. ANGEL INN, 2SS Abotlb-btbeet. The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales/and Beers. J. J. McLOUGHLIN, Proprietor. Telephoned. ? Theatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STBEET, HOBABT. A. WILSON, Proprietor. TF YOU WANT A GLASS OF GOOD BEBB CALL AT MABTIN CASEY'S Canterbury Inn, ^ Elizabeth-...

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N. HOBART GOLD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

N. HOBART GOLD GUP. [By Pmjhpbb.] BoufttB run sonr -nd jades swerve wide. Bat the stout Lenrt ?tragrlei to mend his etride To houor big rider's calls. Where the heaving flanks ore drenched and sore, And the stabbing heels an Btained with gore, And the quiraring whalebone fells, Fiue weather prevailed on the eventful day ; in fact the clerk of the weathsr could not have been more graceful, and there fore to him is a nioed of thanks due for his contribution towards enhancing the plea euros of the sports. I desire also to state that the stewards aided by the well-known and genial apoits, Tasman Jos., Lou, Turn cock Jim, and old Mao did all in thoir power to make the day memorable and en joyable. The course was from the Hall of Justice, Campbell-street, via the Holy Hill, to the Hall of Wisdom, Macquarie-street, and was in the pink of condition, and nave the fact that portions showed signs of something approaching neglect on the put of our city fathers, it was everything that could be d...

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RUSSIA. FACTORY LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

RUSSIA. FACTORY LEGISLATION. It is usual to hear Russia quoted as being in every respect in the rear of progress, and the synomyn of oppres sion, though in many respects it furnishes1 honorable examples of how a conquering race should treat the conqueror andou its war trail are to be found not- devastation but order. In like manner the authorities have been dealing with the Labor question, and have acted untrammelled by ' freedom of contract.' Owing to the frequent disputes between the Russian mill owners and their work men, and the gross exploitation of the latter by their masters, the Russian Government has found it necessary to pass a new Factory Act, which will be a great boon to the Russian work men. According to the new Act, em plo3Ters of Labor will henceforth be forbidden tmp&y their workmen in bread, provisions, or goods, instead of money. They will also now be obliged to settle up with their work men exactly, and whenever their wages are due. The new Act not only d...

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Black Dingo CHAPTER IV. UNDER THE PALE MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Black Dingo [By J. J. 8hebidan.] CHAPTEIl IV. Under the Pale Moonlight. Half stunned by the unexpected assault Oldcountry full back into a sitting poaitioD while his assailant lifted the rude weapon to give the finishing blow. A dim seine of deadly peril vivified the fading powers of the young immigrant. Uy a fierce effort of will he struggled to close with ins adversary before the fatal blow should fall. As Dingo poised for an instant to give full force to the stroke Oldcouutry threw his arms about the felon's knees and succeeded iu bringing him to the ground; as Dingo came to earth the club was wrenched from his hand by the sudden jerk and thrown beyond the reach of either combatant. A desperate ttrugglc began, first Oldcountry got the upper h -nd nud owing to Dingo's long incarceration would probably have held his own bad not the wound on bis head confused his senses and weakened his arm. Little by little the en durance of the dark chief began to tell, and at the end of every fre...

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FORTUNES SPENT ON HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Fortunes Spent on Horses. \ HonSEl-LESH at £80,000 a head come rather high, but Ormonde, the Derby winner, commands such a price. In the U:n raros Ormonilc run uiidi!!1 ihu colours of this Duke of Westminister, the grand .-Lallion won aliuut £30,000. 'J'lie Duke of Wwt.mfn inter l.licn snlil liini to Seiinr .lose ltoeau for ilH.OOli. and all Kiiftluiicl mournml when (he uiibwLten thoroughbred ivns carried aw.-iv to the Argentine Itepuljlio. Although Ormiiuili! \v;ik said to lw nfflich-il with luiniisr. English turfmen wen: so dis pleased with Hie loss or the noble uiii'iimI. that a syiulii'Hle j-;ii«jil nearly £20,000 for the purpose of ending the great horse's exil'' nnd vesturing him to the English turf. An American, however, wentto Ariroutina with £27.001) in liis pocket, ami 'offered that princely sum for Ormonde. This hid Formed away beyond competi tion, but California |-osspsse-l a younjf mil lionaire named Macdtmnngh, who offered £30,OIMI for :i liorsi! he had never seen anil...

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

i THE- WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES* 64 LIVERPOOL STREET. ; Jas. SargeantT ' j (Member Hobart Stock Exohange.) ' STOCK AND SHABEBBOKEE, . No. 17 HOBABT Sl'OCK EXCHANGE, ? CoLMNB-BTBEET, HoBAttT. ? 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 promises. ? ._ Piccadilly Cafe, 87 LI VERPOOL-STREBT -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. English, 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 me to turn out the b...

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

BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CLOTHING A. E. Plaister's If you want to S A V 15 MOKliY. Blue Serge Sailor Suite for school wear, trimmed nicelv with gold braid, 8s., -4s. lid., (is. lid., 76. lid'.. 8s. lid., 10». lid. For bigger boys I have a nice line of ilau of War Suits, long trousers. For rough wear I am offering a special heavy make of Tweed Suits, from 4b. lid., lined right through, and will stand any amount of rough usage. For Mothers wishing to see their boys nicely drcss'il 1 have a splendid linu of Drown Velvet Suits from Ss. llil.; just the thing for Christmas ; a tip top line. Five cases of Gents' Tailor-made Goods just to hand. Tweed Trousers, T-s. lid. Trousers and Vost*. 10s. fid. Serge Coats. K-s. lid. Foxe's Serge Suits, 37s. (id. .?-0 Gents Summer Suits. 2'-s. the suit ; this is a real bargain, liaviiig bought them under cost. THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, 95 ELIZABETH STREET, Lloyd's Buildings, WTBOON &CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, FLOUR AND GRAIN STORES. Alw...

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

pORT CYGNET REGATTA BOXING DAY. Tlie fast iind favorite S.S. CYGNET Leaves Brooke-street Pier on TUESDAY NEXT (BOXING DAY) FOR PORT CYGNET, Returning same evening. Tickets THREE SHILLINGS HAOH : Children, Half-Price. Refreshments of best quality ob tainable on board. WATCHORN BROS. p U B L I ;C NOTICE. WIGNALL'S AECADE is now OPEN EVEEY EVENING to afford our customers Hifl taip'ot'tunit/'' bf inspecting our large 8toaft-ftr ! i HU CIJE|STMAS ^-BIJITHD AX PRESENTS, .. 4b,-wo ^lApia.'tJfeect.ttok feoiioJand foioign marlietB we canjsell aB cheaply as any house injunV«eolony. Our Btock consists of Dolls of every de ?scii,p_tion too.jiuiierSiUBytS ^ptrficulariso. *-raiiir-j»HdJKan CiifTs'7nT!iiTs.Tw 100s. racli. 'VYUigr TPmaijtiire in stock of all ^«iuiBes.tf^^SiJ^ptottM ovtJr^Uoiy yourselves. 'flftiS'eo^eua^^sTOto.ii^lod in tho colony. ^^^ -. ^^ ^-Tf^ i Public Gnsliirlft Bulbil ion orour'i're mendous' SloelFlSvery Evoniii'- ?;uiL: bfiiJ Ji uiil -l'.- «8 UARRINGTON-STBEET. Losseo and Man...

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

F^s&Willi|ms, fc LIVERPOOL STREET. \'; Are Now Showing | KOVBLTIBS FOE THE SPEIN^.^ c DEES0BB— THE NEWEST LINeI IN COTTON AND FABRIC STUFFS. J0BB 6DGDEN stUl has charge ,pf tin rM£&^ Costume Making. , Oar Patron kdWhfer value'. '-*? ? ? * MILLINHEY. We have now opened this Dapartment in «. proper manner. Wo have a SPLENDID STOCK. ALL NEW. SPECIAL. MISS NOBLE (late of Messrs. Robertson and Moffatl, of Melbourne), it in charge of this branch, and we can mj that she is a true Artiste in her profession. Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. Massage. The HKY. SIIAS MEAD nays:— ' I am pleased that my aim is getting stronger. I hope you will get a large nuinbttr of patients fo cet the benefit of your treatment.' The REV. HUGH GILMORH :— ' I am Rlad to say that I am much better. Thank ing you very much, and wishing you success.' The HON. JOHN PA '(LING :— ' I have derived benefit from your Massage treat ment ; and you may make use of my name in reference to it.' Th...

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CLACKERY [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

'etl^lYj1 ^^^5ElWWHnPr^WiflHman'^-as^hu( kotl oijfaof a nautical nwetuigjgL^cw Zeal nd.. A ^pecoW^WjQji^-^u ton SBP*«BHD8Bfflw3BSltaf ?3y9«4ifca^but-iber' is tho mild sanguii xtfy A4«eKW4;hWsJuth Australian whei ho si1i'wHtn^J'df'' on *° ''1ft'' attraction are jifMJfrfjNimas gifts. ' /Tht)4nnnnWiBMinm^»flywiwi-f4gu, is said to be an acompliBhed musiciaft,#n-i sings trios 4ri$h^-rofelsionals. H^ {li^ ' tliuniper!' The man that said that ought to go to Hades and Tommy Dillon should bo a white winged cherubim. Cyril Haviland, secretary of the Sydney School of Arts, now under arrest as an emi bezzler, is a 'bit' of 'a, poet. . ; ( The New Zealand Meat Supply Co. are t6 the front with the.r Xinas show. ' | JyAiiODB is in a very depressed elate in ?Kngknd, all trades, with a few exceptions, being very *lack. The pauperism raturn* for tht selected district of the United King dom show a marked increase (mainly in the mining districts). ? Mr. Jaines ttobb, importer of saddlery, has just impo...

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LETTERS OF S.A. TYER. NO. VII. A CHRISTMAS LETTER TOT HE RIGHT REV. H. H. MONTGOMERY, M.A, D.D., LORD BISHOP [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

BTifOFiiTiJ. £F'J ?. ' No. VII, ? £-?- ^ l:^ A CHRISTMAS LETTER. '\'£t TO THE RIGHT REV, H. H. MONT -fflOMERY, M.A, D.D., LORD BISHOP )- OV TASMANIA. My Lord, — If good parentage and the advantages of an English education could make A man happy your lot abould bo one to be envied. You are the son of the late Sir Robert Montgomery, K.O.B., G.C.S.I.. formerly Lieutenant-Governor of the Pun jaub. As a boy you mixed with some of the best blood of England at Harrow. As a young man you struggled to attain honors at Trinity College, Cambridge, where you graduated in the Second Class Moral Sciences Tripos, and as a man of more mature yoars you succeeded Dr. Sandford ia the bishopric of Tasmania. It was in the year 1889 that you gazed with mingled hope and fear on the magni ficent scenery of Hobart — hope that you might be enabled to advance that oauss which lay dearest to your heart, and f ear lest the people should nif use to assist you. The assistance and sympathy of yonr good lady, Maud,...

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