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Black Dingo CHAPTER XII.—Continued. IN UNSEEN BONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Black Dingo [By J. J. Shebidan.] CHAPTER XII.— Continued. In Ukskkn Bonds. Dingo baring studied the position determined to ask Whyso for Mary's hand. This marriage he considered would establish a good understand ing with the overseer, and enable him to use Whyso as a medium for trans acting the station business, and pre clude the necessity of personal visits to the city, which all things con sidered might be dangerous. Wlivso was delighted but not surprised at the proposal, and he referred the out law to the girl, remarking ' It will be a fine thing for Mary, but you can never account for a woman's whime, confound them.' From the period of the episode witnessed by Woodville Dingo had kept annoying Mary with offers to which fine bad listened with patience but refrained from answer ing definitely. Tbe clergyman visited the cottage several times since taking tbe group, but made no further advances. Mary felt very sore at hmr( over the misunderstanding but was too proud to attempt to ex...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Hoioen Hubbub. Eaok and every mortal tiour U lasts, iu (his mau ier ; the influite hubbub uuBlackonod. At the fifth annual conference at tbe (J*neral Lab&rera Union of Australasia, now sitting in Sydney, the secretary's report says :— ' The new Department, the Labor Bureau, was used extensively as a means of arjaanging for transporting the unem ployed out of sight of Ministers, and at the same time so .overcrowd the labor market in the country districts as to enable employers to reduce wages below subsistence level. Full advantage was taken of the almost helpless condition, and wages were generally reduced.' Our Democratic members should make a note of this fact, and see that if Tasmania is to have a Labor Bureau, proper safe guards are adopted to prevent sweat ing. Applicants for labor should be asked to fill in a form stating the uatute of the employment,'the wages proposed to be given, and if men are already employed on the work, rind their present rate of wages, and in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

C. J. MMIIngton. I 34 ELIZABETH-STREET, 1 HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST. i SALOON under the competent Manage- 1 ment of Mb. E. McVILLEY. j Haircutting, ft!. ; Shaving, 3d. Monthly Custom, 2s. (ill. . Full Flavored Tobacco and Cigars at 1 prices to meet the times. ' First-Class Skittlft Alley attached. c. j. miletngton, Next Burn's Auction Mart. Flaws & Williams, I MILLINERS, COSTUMIERS, AND 4 FANCY DRAPERS. 1 ?» For PLAIN and FANCY DRAPEKY, j MILLINERY and COSTUMES, 1 WE ARE SPECIALISTS. P Our STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE in these Departments are increasing our business in spite of all depressions. Our Stock of j HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, LACES, j &a, &c., are worthy of any Lady's inspection. i WE ONLY SOLICIT ONE TRIAL We are confident of the result. Flaws & Williams, I 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBART. ALBERT7 PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES 60 x 200, close to Tram and Rail £30 each. Payable Monthly Plans, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, I C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

M^ ?R\Ct U\S GENTS' NECKTIES GENTS' LINEN COLLARS 4d. & GENTS' FLANNELETTE SHIRTS ? 1b. GENTS' UNDERSHIRTS ... Is. GENTS' UNDERPANTS ... Is. GENTS' BRACES ? j GENTS' MERINO SOCKS... GENTS' WOOL SUITS ...15s. GENTS' MOLES ? 4s. ] A. E. Plaister's MV NAME ; LLOYD'S BUILDING MY ONLY AOUHIiH-1, THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, THE SEWING MACHINES, -6 4 Liverpool Stree WANTED KNOWN— Cheap Boots Shoos at the Tramway Boot SI 212 Elizabeth-st. Something Good Do you know where to gut your Xmas Ha Xmas Poultry, ami liulter, Eggs, aud Haeo.i. M U If It A V'S, ISii ELIZABETH-STREET, Ih the bust place for Prime Quality ami 1 Ilates. Trussed Poultry a speciality. K B.— Cash buyer of Live Young Poul Palace Restaurai 4:- and 47 ELIZAHETH-STIiEET (Opposite Union !!ank), is the only tirst-class house in the c where a good meal is obtainable from Is. upwards. A 8-COUItPE MNNEII, Is., from 12 tc First - class ACCOMMODATION F VISITORS, by Day or Week. To moderate. l'lungo and Shower liatlis. Smoking and Bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Union Line of Steamers. The Largest ami Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line miiutain regular passenger ami cargo ssr vices between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian jorts, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANIAN SEUVICES : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. Feathebstonu, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates First Silling : SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 9 p.m. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne. First Sailing : S.S. TALUNE, TUESDAY, MARCH 13. Launceston to Mel bourne- S.S. 'PATEENA,' H. Sams, Commander, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2 p.m. THURSDAY^MARCH IS, 3 p.m. For New Zealand. First Steamer : TB ANAU, THURSDAY, MARCH 15. San Francisco. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company inn a regular monthlv service from Sydney to San Francisco with the ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Music and the Stage. [Bv Krino.] A grand concert in aid of the Endeavour Cricket Club opened the musical week on Monday at the Temperance Hall, at which Miss Gill with Siebold's ' Home Memo ries ' and Balfe'6 ' Killarney ' both ren dered with a clever violin obbligato by Mr. J. Brown, iu addition to the piano forte accompaniment, and Mr. J. B. Side bottom's ' Little Nipper ' aud ' Seven Ages ot Man, also Mr. bates s ' Adieu (Zolar) were pronounced features. Pity the study of harmony usual amongst musicians was not observed on this occa sion, as Madame Christian, our artistic visitor from Melbourne, had to appoint her only concert for the same evening, adver tised somewhat out of place by the church warden of St. Joseph's distributing pro grammes to the worshippers at 1 1 o'clock High Mass on tho preceding Sunday, simply because tho clerk of the House, indispensable on such an occasion, had only this Monday cveuiug to spare for it. The natural result in this limited com munity was of...

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SUICIDE. ANOTHER UNFORTUNATE. DRIVEN TO CRIME BY MISFORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

SUICIDE. ANOTHER UNFORTUNATE. DR1VKN TO CRIME HY MISFORTUNE. A sensational case of suicide occurred on Tuesday evening last, when a man named Arnold Drews shot himself in the head with a revolver, from the effects of which he died shortly after admission to the hospital. Deceased, who was a German by birth, had only arrived from Zeelian on that day by the Tambo, and ere he reached Hobart the police received information by telegraph that Drews was travelling under tlic name of Schott with his wife, and that he was wanted for forgery at Zeehan. The message also added that he might probably proceed to Sydney by the Tambo. The police being on the nlert Sergeant Filby proceeded to the Elizabeth-street pier, where the Tambo was berthed, about C.30 p.m. on Tuesday, and met deceased going on board with his wife. When the ser geant accosted Drews the Litter did not deny his identity, and requested to be allowed to proceed on board and secure his luggage, his wife remarking '? Oh never mind, ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

\ X T ANTING to CLEAK— Large quantitj VV of DRY FIREWOOD. Clay Bros., Are determined to soil cheap — Oak, Wattle Gum, cut to any length and delivered it any part of Eobart. COALS of all descrip tion delivered promptly and cheap to anj address foi Cash. CLAT BROS., 839 ELIZABETH-STREE1 ? Telephone 233. ? Jas. Sargeant, (Member Hobart Stack Exchange.) STOCK AND SHABEBROKER, No. 17 HOB ART SrOCK EXCHANGE C0LLIN8-8TREET, HoBABT. Piccadilly Cafe, 87 LI VEEPOOL-STEEET 8' ie the place to get a good Cup of TEA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOLATE with all kinds of Pastry and Sweets, at Moderate Prices. EOBERTS & CO., Proprietors. J. L. SAULT, TAILOR, 96 ELIZABETH STEEET, Is now making to order Men's, Youths' ant Boys' Clothing at the following prices ?— Men's Sac Suits from 45s. Beaufort from 65b. frock and Dress CoatB equally reasonable Trousers from 12s. 6d. Youths' Suits from 37s. 6d. Boys' Knicker Suits, 21s. first - Class Workmanship Guaranteed N.B.— NO FIT NO PAY. S. Wade Cower, PICTURE-FRAM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

IN Safe Custody! Victoria's Notorious Bushrangers ou board the ' Success,'. 3at,, March 10. Commander Coles, Manager. SUCCESS' (FULL) Arrival! First Floating Prison of Victoria. On ex liibition Sat., March 10, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. ? ^ ? 1 AT the Now Pier (by the Esplanade), | Finest exhibition ever visited Tas- , mania. 'Success.' Admission, Is. Chil iren, Od. J. E. BELL, LJ AIRDEESSEE, wishes to let his ti Customers know that he has Eemoved three doors lower down Macquarie-street, next to Mr. T. Goldsmith's, and trusts by civility and attention to retain their patronage. T-ASMANIAN GOVERNMENT 11AIL 1 WAYS. EXCURSIONS TO DERWENT VALLEY LINE. On SUNDAY, March 11, a Special Train will leave Hobart at 2.20 p.m. for Glenora, returning to reach Hobart at 0.50 p.m. Fares to all stations on the D. V. Line, Is. (id. first -, Is. second class. Day Trip Tickets at the above rates uro issued on Wednesdays aud Saturdays by the 1.10 p.m. train from Hobart. FitEDK. BACK, General Manager. pfiiN...

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BILL'S NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Bills ? imoNS, I My Momij8.'] Dere Al \: Oi.iji'Bii,— The way yon Bounded 1 lm Imfdo call U) arms iu Free SjjcccIi 011 Sotuidnv inst hap met witli I'l-oiiminced approval from the buKincM; part of the community. And theiv iis no doubt there will be a marshalling of forces for the ' Anti griping Crusade, Riieh as will let the bunk fiend understand that he does lint possess we:ill;h in his vaultB, but the metallic syniliul only. Talk of jiiijicr money mid the complete anni hilation of the gold currency is in the ait, A national bank lending money at half rates is likely to be an accom plished fact if the present tyranny is not loosened. Such is public opinion. Its supposed that a news boy is about the perkiest, stud most irrepiees able cubs (barring the gorgeous mos quito) in existence ; but one of the pushing fraternity, engaged in vend ing the Cmitkr, fell into a profound silence, from which, in spite of a maternal dose of ipecacuanha, he has not yet recovered. The before mentioned k...

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Parliamentary Smoke. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Smpke. Fridav, 7.80, -lie Speaker took the chair, and Mr.'PioBSB figured: an 'oonstilooUoual auestionair.' ?- 'ilie'hon. -member for North Hobart': bawng ^pWently-_ consulted hiB 'Every Man; Bis Own liurii Lawyer,' a useful book that bo' had bought -in booW times 'from ft very *ruthfulieauvfl8Ber,'Wh'o''had'told!iim thpit it was full of iufaiHbie advice from how; to ?cornet a j o^ugbtel wb6 liad l-wid a snnep ilitibufe xrint to'Uie'teupboard.^ndwns'fcre ? ii-^.: i-n'lj-a -n.nv ^niiihbGr1 rif ' Hiihftv Davids that he'couli prove in alibi to the expounding of 'tSonBtitu'lional questions of the tfravejrtimport'tip'tho nation. From information -mlled through careful reading of this volume tlie youthful statesman had concluded that ttife iHAfcchery was too pre vious, and Ministers ought to be dealt with hb bloody hens, viz., tied up by the legs 1 until one Montagu had joined the conven tion. The Attorney-General laboriously, ne u*uil, '.ground out of his knowledge box -hnt Parliament was...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

©LAeKEI^Y ' But still his tougue ran ou, Aud, with ite everlasting claci, ? Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— HVDIBBAB. Mbs. VoRttOYtiE was reloatod from g^ol ou Moi^diw, bail being forthcoming. WAHte-ArffylG - street extension. The landlord should pay tho betterment on his' property. Fiuhtinq at Newcastle between union ists and blackleg labor. Workers fighting for the crumbs from the rich man's tnble. Thkee will be a cheap railway trip to Qlenora ou Sunday at the usual time. - T111: Stacoys, in conjunction with local anntours, have been doing good business at Zeehan. . DEModftAOT is usingajong-haudled shovel, to clear Tasmania's augoau stables. — Sir Edward Nicholas Coventry Braddon. A short-handled spado would do the work b tier ; but where is the man. Mr. J. E. Bell, hairdresser, h.is re moved next door to Tom Goldsmith's in Macquarie-street. Sib Lahbebt Dobson started on his holiday trip by tho R.M.S. Britannia on Monday. Retrenchment does not affect him. What Yahoos the worke...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

[?] FBv Gnomk.1 The KvuhiUi correspondent of tli: JlEUCtmv iimkus the iifiloumliiif; Hiiiuiiinceuient that on Mr. Jiiincs' return to the Queen mine it 1 1 .- 1 h been ileciilod to let sinking of No. 2 slmft ie uiij-in in ubeynii'c. This can only mean that the ore hIjovh tlic | lvsunt level in 10 be! worked out without any preparation beinj:: uhuIu Cm future suppiu* by further sinking, or Ihnl things iu No. 2 are looking so b;ul tliat; the gninu nf sinking is nut considered worth' the candle. And this is called iiiiiiiii'j! 1'h liseoiitiimanuu of sinking ha* tor some time |ii»-t ? hi-on a peue'ii Miljjwt of comment anil ' ivonicr at Zeeli -n. M 1. Taylor was right in his stati-nn.nl the other night that the pd-cjiIIoiI oxidised ores ivould in.t 'live down.' On the minitix miinaiici's return sinking on this ore his been iliseoniinueil ns it wax .found tlmt it, only Lists to 4u feet from the surface. In fa-;u of this fiiet ami the certainty that it is im |Kfc*ible for the oxidised 0IV6...

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YACHTING YABBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Yachting Yabber. Two i-.K.Trt wm: .-ailu.l lasl &iturl:iy under the I.1. S.C. iiiiiiiii.jonii.'iit, une fur 2Si:i . ami onu i\ir i'I.i. Vilnius. Tli..1 w i 1 1 1 1 \\a- lijrlii. Kiiulhrrl.r iui-l souili i-asl. Tlicre wvw. foul1 cnlrius in (In: ?i»si'i. das* ; Uitana winning easily. This ysiyhl is vailing very wuli imk-eil lately. ' specially i» windward work. Uivi'ii a h'L'nr suit of sails tor li-'lii. weather tlio yacht slionlil prove ilu b'jst in ihu tliss. liilautlie K.-uoi.-i. a very cvu'lUalile per formance considering Uiu lightness of tlic wind. Volant will) a n- w liulin-Miian in chaise would hare done much better if she had bin failed a little freer. Slie was jammed too much on a wind. Mabel riplit out of it. G. Chovurlim her '.'Id mviiiir. is tltu only one who e.in jr..:! h' r to sail nnvtliiug like at nil. There w-;ro four. ?uir;es 'in Ihe 21ft. class. A lincj race all day but.wei-n Tlielnia and Viking, ea'jli yaelil working board fur l,oaid. i'lielmaev ntually pro...

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THE TURF. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

THE TURF.W V.R.OUT.UMN MEETING. The autilmp meeting of tbe] ;'VjR.C. opened at Fj&iifogtoii:laBt Saturday; -:? , : ^. The Hopeful SWIfiM, for 2yr. oMs, %as4 was won by Question (Power), Preston .and Monto's econd aud'tbird. f-: ? The* 'St. Leger Stakes results^' ,in:i the downfall of Carjia«;by Patrgty -MgM Avtiljory third. rl«e Sailor Prince fclso starfed, tout was flbfcio tbe raco ftt#U. *Wie result of this race caused the oqjptirpf Car nage to soratoh him forthe Australian -3up. Lord Hopeloun was a firm favorite for ;ho Newmarket, but failed to got a place. The result of the raco was a bit of a sur prise. Hova, the winner, who w;ib splendidly ridden by Hales, downod Bruin, who led nearly all tbe way, M-, D. S. Wallace's Gailiardia occupying third position. The winner went out at 10 to 1. Forward, Drydon and Moorito finished in the order named for the Sires Produce Stakes. Portsea was an evon-inoney favorite for tlio Eseoudoii Stakes, one mile and n half, md won with somet...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

W d* f I^ie following payers h|ra|)QeQ seated -° I#«?Re- an(i from wn°TO*eam will be chosettjo represent the N^fijg in the North K:|»jJ!|j| match, to boplajBIlt Hobart at Easter eS—Ewait, C. Rock.gKnin Campbell WeH^jBOok, Wilson, Sideb||gm, N. 1,'ock' CleMj. Savigny. W.g^feny, JUiley, Mam^Pammond, and ifouMs. ffl^mtch between 15 PlgS Now Town antt'W?SW3nt was contiufiffl^a tho upuor gMllf Ikt Saturday j^»own c',,' tijiEied.$pBir. first mnuj^HtgpB|osed for 115 runs. ' Payne 80, and Sohofleld 3», wero the chief contributors. As the Dei weut made 310 in tho first innings the Now Town had to follow on. A butter Btiind was made, and whon stumps were drawn they had lost 7 wickets for 165 runs. A. Stephens 43, J. O. Davibs 23, 'Wr'N.-ttuiSt W 'find Sehofield 10 wore the most successful with the bat. ? ' ? ? THE JUNIOBS.-^Bt.J?oip. Trinity had another easy win, this timo against. City, vrhom they -Je/e-tei by 02 runs. For tlio winners Hanson 68, n -t, out, and Kirby 2i, aot put,, jvore^the ...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 10 March 1894

Boxing. We have received the particulars of a deid square go, which took place ^intlie wee Bma' hours one morning at the begin ning of I he week. The combatants, are well known iu tho city, the one hailing from the classical legions of Liuslowne Cres cent, and known to the boys as the Ores cent toff from the in inner in which he dis pl ivs his dirk curly loeks underneath his hat ; the other conneot«d with a gea-gee fii'in in l~Wll ? nc cl.]-an('. ti.nti f A.inrlllH n.Q n ' clunuer.' The catu-s belli was a young lady, to whom tlic Crescent man. appeared to be greatly attached, and resented such ieerin? remarks as ' thirteen two,' etc. The pair met in a c-rt in pub. aud there and then began to abuse each other, the western suburb man being particularly aggressive. A match was arranged straight away, accompanied by a couple of friends they proceeded to seUl« the lona-Rtaudiiijr dispute in the good old style. Stripped to the buff, with ba'-e dooks, they glared at each other, -.nd ere th...

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OUR ADELAIDE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

OUR ABEUIDEIETTER South Australia, but more jiartioularly Adelaide, is very much on the qui ei'oe with regard to the coming elections for the Legislative Council, that Chamber which was onoe looked upon as being— in 8 nti ment— somewhat similarto the 'birthright House' in good old England. Well, this colonial representative of that august body may be snid to bo now on its trial. Whether a jury, of thu constituents will find it ' guilty ' or rot remains to be seen. Rnf. flin imnression is fast training erouud am ng the more advanced thinkers here that the Legislative Council has been in the past a great stumbling block to the advancement of useful legislation, and that unless some change is effected in' its per sonnel all the efforts of the popular Cham ber, to wit the House of Assembly, to im prove matters will be simply thrown away. The Conservative element in the Hupper 'Ouse can still command a majority of three or four, and when any great vital subject involving the ' lives, lib...

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BLACK DINGO. CHAPTER XII.—Continued. IN UNSEEN BONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

BLACK DINGO. [Bv J. J. Shebidan.] CHAPTER XII.— Coutiuued. In Uksebk Bonds. The girl hesitated, and then slowly answered, 'Yes — I — have.' Mary felt dazed and confused ; her recent experience had upset her usually tranquil mind. 'Am I Mary Whyso P ' she wondered. ?' There is my father aud mother and- — him !' Dingo turned and addressscd her ' Tes, you ai-e Mary Whyso, so'bn to be uiy wife, Mary Oldcountry.' ' Can jrou read my thoughts ? 'asked the astonished girl. ' I felt them that time,' lie replied, smiling with conscious power. The matrimonial announcement aroused Daniel to au unusual pitch of excitement. ' Hurrah ! ' he cried, throwing his hat in the air. ' Con found it, we'll have a confounded wedding.' ' Don't say a confounded wedding, Daniel ; it's a bad omen,' interposed his wife. ' Confound your omen ! ' he exclaimed joyfully ; aud tben as Woodville entered the garden gate he added. ' Confound it, here's the parson.' The sudden appearance of Alfred caused the outlaw to dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

WE SHALL BE HAVING The cold weather shortly, at least I hope so, gentlemen, for I have laid in a plentiful supply for the autumn aud winter seasons. Extra heavy all-wool Merino Sox, 6d. Military do., Is. Fancy Sox, for evening wear, with silk clocks, Is. Gents' White Kid Gloves, best make, 2s. Od pair. Lambs' wool Sox, Is. Do. wool Shirts, 3s. lid. Working Shirts, Is. 3d.. Is. 6d., Is. lid., 2s. 3d., 2s. 6d. Collars, 6d. Neckties, Od. Braces, 6d. Mufflers, 9d. Merino Undershirts, Is. Cd. Caps and Hats in all shapes and makes. Boys' Sailor Suits, 3s. lid. Boys' Embroidery Collars, 4{d- Boys' and Youths' long Trouser Suits, from 12s. 6d. Gents' all-wool Suits, 15s. fid. Pox's serge Suits, 3.5s. 6J.; usual price, 40s. This is the suit if you want good honest value. Tailor made rousers, 7s. lid., 9s. 6d. My cele brated Mole Trousers, manufactured for me, for quality and finish cannot be equalled, 46. lid. A. E. Plaister. ONLY AUDUES-8, 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, LLOYD'S BUILDING, THE PEOPLE'S...

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