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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

'THE CLIPPER,' THE BEST AND MOST NOVEL ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN TASMANIA. THE ONLY SPORTING, SOCIAL, AND TOPICAL PAPER IN THE COLONY. Contributions thankfully received and if suitable to our columns will be published. Orfice: ELDON CHAMBERS, 16 ELIZABETH-STREET, HOBAliT. ~WhereTo~Buy. '?I'd hovp you buy and sell so,' RoyaTTTrolnatic Condition Food for HOESES, CATTLE, FOWLS, PIGS, &0. Secured an Award Melbourne Exhibition. 1888. IN BAGS 0XbY,m 8s 0d. None Genuine ^^W^lff CO Wanted Known, C JT. DE JEESEF, CHEAPEST BOOT SHOP IN HOBABT. Ladies' Kangaroo Shoes, 6s 6d Ladies' .. I-W!e.78 6d Ladies' Lace Boots, 6b 6d Ttfnt« the Address — 184 LIVERPOOL STBEET HOBABT Our Fruit and Vegetables ABE CHOICE, CHEAP, AND CLEAN. HjilttB FBTJIT BAZAAB, ,1 110 EHZABETH-STEEET 110 Watcii Repair Depot The W.R.D. is Cheapest and Best House for all kinds of Watoh, Clock, and Jewellery Bepairs. BATCHES CLEANED, is. Watch Glaae 6d ; Key, 3d ; Brooch Pin, 3d. 158JIVEBPOOL STBEET, NEAR HABBINGTON-STBEET....

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A YOUNG MAN MARRED. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

A. YOUNG MAN MARRED. Chapteb I. The scene was a brilliant one ; the sun shilling on blue waters ; the sky without a cloud, gaily dressed people promenaded the pier at Southampton. The hotel on the quay was crowed with gentlemen : one of whom, hand some, young, and presumedly wellto do, looked harassed and careworn, like a man who had not slept for twenty-four hours, and who was wretchedly perplexed. 'There goes the St. Malo boat,' said one of the men at the hotel bar. ' I wonder what sort of weather they will have j it is awfully uncertain for Juno.' ' Yes, it is,' said another ; ' and they are starting uow; it ib a nice trip. I went over with that pretty creature Miss St. Louis — you know her; the poor girl is married to a man who lives upon her. It's a beastly shame, for she is not strong and is awfully overworked. She is such a little beauty, her husband must be a brute to let her work as she does.' The man with bright eyes aud pleasant, bronzed face heard these remarks, and came...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLAKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

JyOreKE^Y. -*Bnt still Ills tongue ran ou, 4, i AadtfBIJ its everlasting olack, ; 1 -?bw-td total value -jf mineral export* 1 com 3tesnji™i& duringNhe month ending d'arch*i, J660.O21. Cha&r «p. stop drpak ag bad times, and get *o business, flood lines are- 'coming, a ro«n4 six thousand a aonth must tell in a small community. Ah old Hobartoniaa fcpaatod, a few days j go, offne glorious climate of Tasmania, nutancing the very wild summer season iiat -n-fts nearing its close, and remarked 'How tliankful we Tasmauians, and more specially those of our neighbors on the Aer^ido who can afford to grand the hpt^ bp' ith' us, ought to be ?6r'~t.%c1r* As a juatter of fact, however, nmer has boon equally tnUd ut the o&er colonies, which jcir ?, combined with the prevailing ?nd general depression doubt ?VT-rhe comparatively small Tsitors to our ' island this House of Commons is not nigh to hold all its members, ish to secure seats when au 9oh is made. In the ' scrim ' set...

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LABOUR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

Labour Notes. Both the daily newspapers in Hobart have succeeded in reducing the rate of pay to compositors. The Mercury gave notice to their hands that from the 1st April lOd. per thou sand would be the wara. The men being non-union men had no option but quietly submitted. The Tas manian News companionship receiving notioe of reduction likewise, did not take matters so quietly, but receiving advice from the Australasian Union gave way to 10 per cent, reduction for six months. Seventeen hundred carpenters on strike at Chicago Exhibition. Ten thousand coal miners out of work in Durham. The Hobart Trades and Labour Council objects to the starvation wage being paid by the City Couneil for Davey-sfcreefc extension. The N.S.W. labour members have been misled t-y the Dibbs Govern ment, having had the promiGe re peated to them again and again that all the men should be raleased in six months providing agitation for that purpose should cease. The Broken Hill Stiikers.-Heberle to be released...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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THE AXEMEN'S OUTING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

THE flXEMEN'S OUTIH PJBff PAY. The' principal centre of j^£fcr&ction on Bastpr Saturday was the a&nton's com petitions which took place wSip3 football ground at Eisdon. The ||jteju|anco was uot-ftt all commensurate fljmipje excel lence oiE the Bhow, but tbSijlttjjiBand odd who went out had a «H 0ff$nioon'B snort in-ovided. The Allffliuiittiaioriif tho Government (Sir Lambert Dobson) was present during the proceedings and evinced , a keen interest in the contests. Tho affair,' ' although taking place in Hobarfc, was practically conducted by a group of en Mr. H. A. Tfichols as manager. 'All' tho events were well contested but they were shorn of considerable interest through *he ~«bsenoo pt Abe fijwn.Hiio JWotorwii ? axeman, and J. M. MarsbaU, of North Motton, who is under the doator's care. The first event on the programme was the Handicap Chopping Match, the initial heat being won by the scratch man, Thos. Lleeves, in the not-extra-good time of Gmin. 15 3-5th sec. Tho...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONCERNING WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

Concerning Women. There are so many 'Lady's Letters' in our contemporaries' columns, that we may well think a new title a good depart ure, Every school-girl knows the deri vation of the term ' lady' froin the Saxon ' bread giver,' and women, as dispensers of bread are as necessary now as ever. But in these modern times women have been more inclined to speak and think of themselves as women, the balf of mankind — human beings. ' Man cannot live by bread alone,' aud ladies, the dispensers of bread in men's houses, have ceased to be the 6ole representatives. Women find that many things are necessary to them at the end of this century, not only bread to eat and clothes to wear, though, these ax« fundamental points, but freedom of thought and speech and action, some intellectual sympathy, and many other things. Women have been one of the great questions of the day, and now that they are a recognised division of the race, that they read and write, think and speak, and cultivate original o...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

SECOND DAY. The backwoodsmen opened fhoir spcoiul day's contests on Monday at half-past. iiihj, about 'MOD ]x;i\S'mK bi'iug ]-ri-sent. Consiilcring tho novelty and tho exciting and well-oontostiHl matches that took place thi.s poor at tendance Avas not vorv en ciiiiragiiig li- lbi' ]iriiiiinli-r.s, and thosn in liTi'sleil L-.nsiil.:ivil iiwil tin- li-uliiiff jii-nj.li- ..f ihr i-it.y nu-ht 1i. liavc pv.'ii (licin smne a;:iisl;UHT by their jn-i'si.'iicp, seeing ))mI '-4)-VJ!y£'Jien represenl- the bone ami sinew of tlie ofcony iiiid are t )„? real pionmre -,f civilisation in nur deiisely wooded islaml. Giu-il praise is -lne i-i lill fur (he ipinlXy and honesty of the. work done, every coni- I tostant 'doing his level 4-Bat :jto wiu. Un fortunaMyitaio weathat was very threaten ing, and.towjirds evening a steady drizzle set in, yet in spite of alTthe discomfort the jhtorost shown was suffiplont to keep a good Siiimtior ^if jjjinsn to the;finlsh of the day's proceedings, The programnio o...

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THEATRE ROYAL. THE LIBRARIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

THEATRE ROYAL. THE UURARUN. Mr. George Leitch's clever Dra matic Company has been playing at the above, theatre during the week to good houses, and on Thursday treated Hobart playgoers to a first-class per formance of an able adaptation of Von Moser s evergreen ' UibliotueKav, which amusing piece Las held the stage now for years in every place of note, both in Europe and America, and the merits of which as a comedy to criticise would be tantamount to discussing what Hobart thinks of Shakespeare's ' Comedy of Errors,' or of Beethoven's 'Sonate Pathe tique,' even when performed ' for the first time in Tasmania,' as we are so often told of productions which, anywhere else, might have been known for a century. The members of the company, headed by Mr. Leitch in the title role, acquitted themselves ,*reiy one and all. The Rev. Mr. Sj^fi'orib is a comic character, giving its interpreter the strongest tempta tion to over-acting, which Mr. Leitch, unlike many of his predecessors, care fully...

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DELORAINE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

DELORAINE RACING. The principal fixture up North on Easter Monday was the meet of the Deloraine Turf Club. From the Telegraph wo learn that the Maiden Hurdle Eace brought out six starlers.und Creeping Jane was favorite, hut she destroyed her chance by falling over the first jump, aud Liberty, after a good race, won easily from Navigator. Eight started for the Trial Stakes, and Coleraine, who was favorite, won after an excitinir iinish with Louise and Nuireut's Green Isle. Before the Deloraiue Handi cap was called on for decision the stewards met to consider a protest entered against Mischievous on the ground of wrongful nomination, and decided, without prejudice to any future action, to allow Ihe lior^e to start on the owner making a declaration before a justice of the pence that the pedi gree was correct to the best of his beb'ef. Bustic was most fancied of tho eight com petitors, but Duuda* pressed him closely. The race was an inteiefitinfx one, but the favorite shaped like a race...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

ADVERTISEMENTS. das. Sargeant, STOCK AND SHABEBROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT, desires to inform his town and country friends that he has STARTED DOING BUSINESS as above and will bo pleased to receive commissions. Address, HOBART STOCK EXCHANGE or 85 Murray street. Canvasser, FIRST-CLASS, WANTED. '? Apply immediately at the office of 'THE CLIPPER,' Eldon Chambers, Elizabeth-street. Hobart Electric Depot For BHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA. Etc., Try Genuine Medical Electricity. J. HALL, 110, Elisabeth-street. Medical Batteries and Instruments made or repaired. Bells, Telephones, etc. AS ENGINE POE SALE, very cheap', 4-mau power. Apply Paton and o'Brien, Clipper office. O TO THE TURKISH BATHS, HAEEINGTON-STEEET. OPEN FBOM 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ATEIMONY. — WIDOWER, in com fortable circumstances, seeks a wife, no objection to a widow situated as he is. Address, in first instance, A.B., Clipper office, Eldon-chambers. Robert Jackson, THE PEOPLE'S LITEEAEY PABULUM and POCKET FRIEND, IS STILL STUD...

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CLARENCE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

CLARENCE RlilC. The CUronco Racing Club^j^Ja meet on the' Bollome racooours^^M Easter Mog«(^. ThSather was ffiily cold, blinduij; 8U0^& of raiu f! ^PaU tho afdoroon to tajf: disconifor^^the fow nnhvtiiBof (,belB6rt. The fiofflnrere small, anlin \*he fl^^aoa, the J p-dle, Quilp ha4 ft walk overiigthat IBpfiioot was nta a fiUDOesa. AltlSuglli^rSro was such, small attendance, Francis put some JB800 odd thuoujrh his tote. The non, eefcretaryv Mr. P.J. Ward, and Mr. H. P. Paul worked energetically in the inteiesteiof the stub. Following are results:— Handicap of 20sovs. About 1J jnilos. Mr. A. B, boater's ggQuilp, aged, lOst. 6lb ? (Spenoer) w.o. * ''tbial stakeb, Handicap of lisovs. About 1 mile. Mr. J. Hayes' g m Vanessa, by Way faMr, -iyrs., 7st. 71b. ... (Holding) I Mr. 3. Masters' b g Moonoy, aged, 8st. 51b ? (EvanB) 2 Mr. E. Young's blk g Eokeby, 4yra., 7st. 51b. (121b. over) - .',.. (BUwskweU) 8 Vanessa won by about two lengths. Totalisator— 188 tickets; 62 on winner. Divi...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

Music and the Stage. [By KniNO.] Under this heading we jjurposa ? giving tlie divine art — -as she is pracf M tised and periodically exhibited ifi 9 Tasmania — her due place, and en- M deavor to help in vaising her out of Si the ' slough of despond ' into which. 1 filie lias been nllowed to di-ift, in spite 1 of tlie magnificent resources of this j colony for natural voice production 1 only equalled by Italy in the old world, but alas ! as yet without the hitter's resources for voice cultivation. To tell the truth : educationally we *j ought to liave attained — after nearly a century's existence as a colony— a higher standard in music than the one ! we hold, and deservedly so low Nothing put us more in iniud of thi^ / lately tlmn the Hobart portion of the - result of the Misses Albu's Australian/ / j concert (.our. Here there were three \| educated vocalists — two ladies and a | gentleman, supported by au able ac- i conipanist — delivering on Wednesday, 5th inst., au interesting con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

IVERPQOt?STREET. and FOR ?RAPERY. s s JACKETS JACKETS MILLINERY MILLINERY CLOTHING CLOTHING CORSETS CORSETS tfGS ... HOSIEfiV HOSIER? GOODS GOODS VELVETS VELVETS RIBBONS RIBBONS (ES IKS FLANNELS FLANNELS NGS LNGS FORFAHS FORFARS NGS NGS KLETTES KLETTES CRETONNES CRETONNES S ?s .fee. IE DEPARTMENT nder the Management of MISS SUGUEN. ?umes to Order, COMPLETE, from J ' ™\- pis r I and .LIVERPOOL-STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

'TJce'CiifM Prize CojpbI ' THE CLIPPfl PRIZE COMPEJH 'THE CfB^H PRIZE COMjI^^I No. l^H HOW TO LIVE 0^||H HOW 'TO L'lVB ON 5W A GOLDEN ChJH HOUSEWIVM TO SHOW THEIR H This is the Puzzle ^M present Government fo^^H employees to solve. I'^H do so we propose to gct^^J of the public. ^H TERMS OEjBOiftj^B The Coupon on this -^H out and forwarded ^€^H ' The Clipper,' accom^H Shilling. J^l Oompetitois a*0 ™^| eek's expenses for aJ^H persons, i.e., husbanC^^H cbiAdreii, jgiving the ^^B carried fiKHtfgp^to Qpll^^l and a clothiagr ttnC^^^H The competition #il^M until there *re at lea^H subBcribere, when tbt^H wili-ta mid over to^^l competitor. 1 As the firfyMeoa^B «*sfr-iT;tiion nTl) be|H petitoi's may use an l^B plume. ^M The sum of one s^ forwarded by post-oflice note, or stamps ; when ti sent an additional penny for exchiUJgu. 1 xxxxxxxxxxxxa CUT THIS O HOW TO LLYE ON F1KST COMl'ETITIOj Cut this out and forj Shilling to the Progffl Clipper,' Eldon-chamba street, Hobart. i Securely attach thi...

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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

MUSINGS. [Bv Jacques.] Our railways have been bought, or made, at excessive cost, and they don't pay. There is also the reason that many of them have been laid down in advance of their proper time. Because the railways don't pay, the -ersons employed thereon have had their wages reduced. The screw is to be again applied — and perhaps again. There is doubtful wisdom in this. Carry oat the same plea, of things not paying in other Government depart ments, and a good many would have to shut up altogether. ? # * At the Municipal Conference good resolutions were passed as usual, and no one is the better or worse, or likely to be. If the worthy aldermen of both cities would only set about putting existing laws in force, we should feel more confidence in their amendment. « Jk Jb Bertha Ball, a domestic seivant iu the employ of W. C. Eltham, Church street, Hobart, was engaged in pre paring a mixture of wax and turpen tine, over a tire, when it blazed up and- she was burnt. The burns aud sli0...

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AN OPINION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

AN OPINION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — In commencing your career as a public instructor I wish you every success if your political principles are thoroughly harmony with the advanced thought of to-day. We have plenty and to spare of papers run for the sole purpose of bolstering ud the Political and social frauds couuivei at by the old school of polititical hacks, writing for the Throne, the Church, and the Money-lender with the big proboscis. What we waut to-day is same sterling re former in Hobavt writing for the masses EonietJiing that will inspire them with hope and energy to work for a belter future. How much that is needed work man, shopkeeper, aud manufacturer know too ^cll. And the way things are drifting, from bad to worse, shows tint it is not a uiero patchwork system of legislat ion that will bring us any permanent benefit for the hand and brain workers, but it must be a thorough radical alteration in our system of government and commercial life. This can only he brought about ...

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Fatal Boxing. OPINIONS OF GOOD SPORTS. TEXT OF THE SUSPENSION HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

Fata! Boxing. OPINIONS OF GOOD SPOETS. TEXT OF THE SUSPENSION BILL. Following tlio two fatalities that liavo occurred in Sydney within the last few months, comas' tho news of yot another sad decease to add to the list of ring fatalities. Iu this instance practically tho same circumstances governed the matter as iu Hie case of the untimely end of Stewart an Lewis, and it is only another instance of the result of tlie scrapping mateli between two second or third raters, one of whom entered the ring in anything but proper condition — and was so idiotically handled by his seconds that thoy primarily are to blame for the fatal result that occurred. Both principals were feather-weights, scaling 1221b when thoy entered the ring. Many fiercer contests have been fought in the same rooms, but Miller's serious con dition is duo to the fact that as a boxer ho relied ontiroly on rushing his antagonist, his brute courage keeping him in the ring long after it was apparent that his defeat was inevi...

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NEW NORFOLK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

New Norfolk Spo$ts. The annual sports Inaugurated fcy the Oddfellows were brought off at KenUington Park on Easter Monday, the object being to pay off a debt on their new builjung. Trial Handicap. — Distanoe, flBOyds. Pmos, «3j JSXi 10s. Krat hj,at_w. Barronj ^yds., Is H. Tuoket* %ds., 2. Second heat— A. Wilkinson, 12yd|J 1 i W. Hammond, 11yds., 2. Third E%i —J. , Triffitt, 8yds., 1 ; H. P. Hill, llj le., 2. \ Fourth heat— S. C. Bell, 6yds., . M. Morgan, 5yds., 2. Final— H. P. Hill 1 j J. Triffitt, 2 ; M. Morgan, 3. New Norfolk Handicap— Dfetanc 130 yds. Prizes, £&?,£&; XI. First iu _B. M-Chnstio, Clyde., 1; E. Bleathman, rds., 2. Second heat— H. Miller, 2ydB . j. Johnson, lOJyds., 2. Third heat- Bil lings, 144yds., 1 ; A. B. Coleman, 1H 1., 2. Fourth heat -M. Morgan, 13iyds., 1 . F. Brown, 13yds., 2. Final heat — J. J- son, 1 j H. Miller, 2 j M. Morga.n, 3. Boys' Handicap. — Distance, yds. Prizes, 12s. ; Cs. ; 2s. First heat, C lUie, 3yds., 1 ; A. Hill, 3yds., 2. Se...

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BELTANA SPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

lELllllliPOlif r,9Sie rain completey|r^,rred these sBfa niM four events boifig|)rought off, « ' Uder having to bffi&tponed. TlK. &^ are the result W°l HKd Handicap.-^ prize, £&? s^^ KlW heat— ft^lishon, 6yds, Wh HMHewood, jyd, /*; ;..;Second hoaK, WM&--w-^uWm£- ThirdBat iH&i.ul, soratcMsl^fo^son, 5 jy« 2. ^^aheat-^^SbyP*!*- ttoonefa. Fifth heat — P. Smith, walk over. Fim\ ? Main, 1 ; Paul, 2 j Punshon, 3. W-» by a yard. J' Boys' Race.— Under J.6 years, gpirgt priee, 15s j second, 5s.— G. ThoraJ! , j_ flillon,a. ?„ Beltana Handicap, 130yds. Kr8|prjiej £6 ; sooond, :£2 5 tMrd, . jei.r-rKrst VMi^ Q. Main, 1 ; C. Morgan, 2. Second hlgt_j. Kenny, 1 ; W.' BOWe, 2. Third hCft-^. Collie, 1 ; P. Moore, 2. Fourth hjat—C. Davie, I ; W. Albory, 8. JPUW-. Mutep. Hea«tow6bd, 1 j Wi Hooper, i.1 Sixtl teat — J. Moore, walk over. Second found . Fu-st beat— Davie, 1 ; Collie, 2. Second heat— Moore, 1 ; Heariewood, 2. [Third heat— Kenny, 1 ; Main, 2. Final— J.ko...

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SPORT TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 8 April 1893

Sport Tit Bits. The A.J.C. Autumn Meeting will be concluded to-day. The Sportsman 'Seer' gives tlie following forecast forlhe events named :— Steeplechase 1 — Iraroiangi 1 ; Bushman, 2 j Fnmtic, 3. A.J.C. Plate— Camoola, 1 ; Port sea. 2 ; Gvdlo&en, 3. 1 Mr. Geo. h. Nettlefold, tobacconist, ?of Liverpool-street, has leased the ? Rock Hotel billiard-room. Mr. Nettle Ifold lias hooks on all events and comr I munications addressed to his office, I billiard-room, Eock Hotel, will be r promptly attended to. i The next meet of the Belle Vue i Proprietary Race Olub will be hold I on Saturday, the 29th inst. The, full I programme will appear in next week's ?ssue of The Olimier. p Teddy M'Hugh, late of Launceston, I is now licensee of the Cornwall Hotel, ? Collins and Argyle streets. Thelionse [is being thoroughly renovated and [ will shortly be one of the most com | fortable in town. I Mr. W*n. Verrell, of the Cigar [ Divan,Eiizabeth-street,8upplies lovers I of the weed at moderate r...

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