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

FlaM&Wiilliims, MILLINERS, COSTUMIERS, AND . FANCY' I )R A PEES. For PLAIN aud F.lNgY DRAPERY MILLINERY and COSTOMEd * WE AliE SPKCIAW8TS. ' Our STYLIi, QUALITY and PBtOE in these Departments are increasing our business in spite of all depressions, Our Stock of HOSIERY, GLOVES, El BBONS, LACES, &c., &c, axe worthy of any Lady's inspeotion. WE ONLY SOLICIT ONE TRIAt, We are confident of the result. Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBA.Br. ALBERT PARK, NEW TOWN. BUILDING SITES GO x 200, close to Tram and Rail £30 each. Payable Monthly Plane, etc., from F. MILSOM, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, I Cook's Chambers, ELIZABETH-STREET, HOUART. SYDNEY TAILORING & CLOTHING COMPANY for Cheap READY-MADE CLOTHING. Suite, All Wool, from 14s. 6d. Trousers from 4s. lid. a pair ; best quality, 8s. lid. Trousers and Vest from 12s. 6d. 8®'Worth your while to pay us a visit. Where's your Inn ? ?' Eat roots and drink cold water? No!' Timon. ' Let's driiiK together...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FREE SPEECH. UNIMPROVED LAND VALUE TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

fREE SPEECH. UNIMPROVED LAND VALUE ' TAXATION. The Opposition having been de feated, though ouly by the small majority of two, the lax upon unim proved values stands shelved for the time being, yet it has advanced con siderably both in the favor of 'the public and the members of the House of Assembly, and a very large majority have pledged themselves to vote' for it should it be reiutroduced alter the present crisus lias been tided over. Even the few days that elapsed between the announcement of the inclusion of the tax in the pro posals of the Opposition and the division told its tale, for whereas taxing the unimproved value was scouted both by the Treasury benches and the immediate followers of the Ministry, as the debate proceeded converts were made, and Ministers were'lnipressed with the fact that the question had come to stay and occupy a foremost position in actual politics. It appeared to be ill understood by members as a body, and the position was unfortunately accent uated ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

I 7 ANTING to CLEAU— Large quantity ?v of ? DRY FIREWOOD. I Clay Bros., la determined to sell cheap— Oak, Wattle Hm, cut to any length and delivered in R- part of Hobart. COALS of all descrip ?n delivered promptly and cheap to any ?dress for Cash. ?AY BEOS., 839 ELIZABETH-STEEET ? ? . Telephone 233. ? I Jas. Sargeant, ? (Member Hobart Stock Exchange.) I STOCK AND SHABEBEOKER, l-. 17 HOBAET Si'OCK EXCHANGE, I COIiLINS-STBEET, HoBAET. I Piccadilly Cafe, m LIVEEPOOL-STEEET 87 I is the place to get a good Cup of ?ea, coffee, or chocolate, Bwith all kinds of Pastry and Sweets, at ? Moderate Prices. I EOBEETS & CO., Proprietors. I J. L. SAULT, ? T A I L O E, ? 96 ELIZABETH STEEET, ? now making to order Men's, Youths' and lays' Clothing at the following prices :— I Men's Sac Suite from 45s. I Beaufort from 65s. Kock and Dress Coats equally reasonable. I Trousers from 12s. 6d. ? Youths' Suits from 37s. 6d. ? Boys' Knicker Suite, 21s. Hirst ? Class Workmanship Guaranteed I N.B.— NO F...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner; the infinite hubbub unslackened. THE BANK OF ENGLAND AND HARD CASH PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

HdiDEN Hubbub. Gush uiid every mortal hour it laets, in this amnoeritlie inBuitc hubbub uuslnckoned. THE BANK Of ENGLAND AND SARD CASH. P&OSECim.ONS. Mr. .A. J. Wilson, In the Investors' Reyiew,'.declai»s that owjag-.fco the 'isplR*«d. position' 6% the iBank of I5nglrtftd'*its ' fcuirinilss inaptitudes and its appalling absence of anything like consistent or even decently intel ligent directiou,' the end must be ' a crisis beside which the naring col lanse and all that followed it will dwindle into insignificance.' There is grave truth in many of hia asser tions, and the bank is acknowledged to have been driftiug on and on until it hns become 'a big trust with a loan-remitting business tacked on,1' and little else. As bank stock is falling aud (he times are yet pregnant of further disaster, these pessimistic warnings may only be too true indi cators of the bank's position. But nevertheless it is fortunate for Mr. A. J. Wilson that he is in England and not in the paradise cal...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Why buy new wearing apparel when you can have yonr SOILED CLOTHEd Clea.xiec5L or IDyed. and made almost EQUAL TO NEW? Lennox & Aiken, Steun Laundry aud Dye Works, Glidstoue-s.,t nour New Wharf, Hobart. POR Chtap Boots try Turner's City Boot 1 Mart, 101 Elizabeth street. TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT RAL WAYS SUNDAY TRIP TO DERWENT ; VALLEY LINE. The usual EXCURSION TRAIN wi . ^ leave Hobart To-Morrow at 2.20 p.n Fares, Is. 6d. nnd Is. EASTER HOLIDAYS. Return Tickets at Single Pares will b issued from 21st to 26th March, availabl for return from a3rd March to 2nd April. . Cheap Excursion Fares. — Cheap trij tickets will be issued from Hobart t Launceston and intermediate stations b, Mail train, detained till 10 p.m., on Thure day, 22nd instant, and by Special Expres on Good Friday, at 8.40 a.m. Fares fron Hobarl to Launceston, 16s. first and 13t (id. second class. EASTER HOLIDAY. Excursion trains will leave Hobart at 1- ii.in. for NEW NORFOLK SPORTS; am leave Be...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY SPOT STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

PARLIfiillENTpY SPOT StrokIs;. Party government was denounced by Mr. A. I. Clark during tho course i-t his speech on the motion of want of'eonfidence. Party government, be said, waj ^breaking down in the land of . its birth. £^5jt One ' should know that it does not require a very wise man to condemn an ovjl.^ear in and year out*, but it doer-fcttke a wise man and a strong man t o bring about a remedy. Why does lie not enter the lists.? ...... Attorney-General Lewis made a record by tabling 13 votes of want of confidence in one session and taking the sense of the House on each occasion.- fie ins never - condemned party government. When he retires into well earned rest under the pro tection of King Pat he will be able to tell a story of ' How I won my Bpurs; -Or,* lively campaign, and how I made things lively.' The following, from Clarke's speech, ex plains how n simple question can be made incomprehensible to the ordinary mind: 'To give his critics outside a chance of using some of t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

-5LA-2KERY. ' But still his tongue ran on, Aud, with its everlasting chick, Set all men's ears upon the rack.'— Hudibbis. Dying by inches is fai-t enough, but it is unfortunate when a footballer dies by ihe fool. Mu. Hack has been alivu iu catering for the Master holiday makers. Cheap fares briiii; issued and specials arranged for. JuMiPH O. STKBliK, llic alli'gcd defaulter, was wrought back from Sydney per Oonah, arriving ou Thurwla -' night. Henry Leslie, accused ot ?' lifting.'' iv s his companion iu i-u~ioay. Hombkht IV, King of Italy has been i educed on the Civil List by £100,000. Honest Retrenchment. About three millions of Queensland's money is locked up in the Queensland National Bauk for 12 years. Madame Patev had arranged to definitely bid adieu to the pubic iu May at a concert, at Qneen's Hall, London. Death caught her still in harness. A six i-.' Sir Jii!i-i^ Vo^l.tiK-piviniur ot New Z'jala:.'il. was killed at the linglisli atlaek n tli:: Matalielcs. *VhAT inir bewt niv...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [Bt Gnome.] A correspondent of the Zeohan Herald asks some very pertinent questions in a recent issue re the mining manager's state ments at the recent S. Queen meeting. ' The latest for the salvation of the com pany,' he writes. ' id a 30-ton smelter to smelt oxidised ores. Will 26oz. stuff pay the cost of treatment? I trust share holders will not allow dust to be thrown in their eyes, as this is only another red herring being drawn across the trail to draw attention from more important mat ters which they will have to face before long. If there is so much to stopo why have so many hands been discharged during the last fortnight ? What are we to infer from this aciio:i'? Why, cither there were too many employed before, or that there is no ore for them to take out.' He fur. her says of the manager's state ment, ' He values his stacked slimes at .£1000. Will he give i liat amount for them where they lie and dress .them himself, in his new machine ?' A later lead...

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

NOTICES. TheCupPBBispobliBheil every Saturday morn ng. A epeclal edition Is iiiBUed on Friday night for the North. The CLirj-KB is thoroughly independent. It is pledged to MMyuty The Ompprr lui Cor its object Uie, dissemination of honeat politioal thought. ?The CurpKEoatera to supply raoytmd useful in formation. AdverUBenienta are inserted at moderate ratce. Speck' terms for contract advertisement*. The Clippie Is the j»o«t popular end widely oirouloted paper in Ho art. It circulates right through the Uland. it ii therefore amoBt valuable advertising medium. ? Contrlbutiqm-irivite.l. All communications to be addresfed to the EdiU r of The Clipfeii, 10 UUiaJietb Street, Hobart. _ Subtoriptions : tn. per half-year, payable in ad '«ucc. Country subscribers may forward payment iu stamps or .p slal notes. BUCKLAND. Mr. V. COBAM has been appo ntad AOENT for the Bale of Thk Clippcb. WES'FCOAST. Mr. McABTHUB is appointed by the proprie tors as their COLLECTOR. Iu the course of a few days he...

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THE TOWNIES. HOBART AMATEUR MUSICIANS THEY TRIP TO THE COUNTRY AND VOCALISE. "CUTS FROM CALVERTON." [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

The Townies. HOBART AMATEUR MUSICIANS THEY TRIP TO THE COUNTRY AND VOCALISE. ' OUTS FROM CALVERTON.' [By Oue Vi:bt Own] [Crushed out last week owing to pressure on our space. It now gets there all the same.] The monotony of this hamlet was re cently relieved by a visit from a ' Hobart Amnfeur Musicul Club ' who kindly gave a concert in aid of our local cricket club. The visitors arrived in the Taranna, which brought with her a goodly company of Hobart friends. The club was well represented by members and bottled beer, which with commendable foresight landed in an assiuiulatel state, in the case of some this was doubtless done to secure n.n fixtra stiffening of Hollandish courage, it being their first appearance on a public platform. At the same time it is questionable whether it is advisable to do so, even in an out of the way place like ours. The following programme was submitted .' Item 1, '? Orynthia Gavotte,' In this selection each individual member seemed to consider that his i...

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

Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Bust Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Maguilicent StoimcM of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo ser vices between Tasmania, New Zetland, ami Australasian ports, with Blanch Lines to Fiji and the South S'ii Islands. PRINCIPAL TASMANtAN SEUVtOES : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. FBATHBBBTOSB, Coihmmder, Makes i-egulav trips, narrying freight and pii8S''n'ers at lo \-.-t current rates First -aillna: SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 9 p.m. Hobart to Melbourne The spl./^Iil intercolonial steamers on the New Zea'*s:, l'nc cull Weekly at Hobart. en route to* ^lbourne. First Sailing : S.S. WA1H0RA, MONDAY, MARCH 19. Launceston to Mel bourne S.S. 'PATEENA,' H. SAMS, Commander, MONDAY, MAHCH 19, 2 p.m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2 p.m For New Zealand First Steamer : TALUNE, THURSDAY, MARCH 22. San Francisco. The company ii' :onjun;ticu ivith the Oceanic* Co -npai i. v ran a pjptular monthly service from Sydney to San Franc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN AND WINE. WHAT HAPPENED TO A COOLGARDIE LADY SHE WOULD HAVE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Women and Wine. W'ilAT SHrTHSEK TO * -'OfV,- ? ; - !:mik : a.:k SUK A'ni::.l) HAVK ?.At):.. Here is another told by one of i lie best fellows on 'change (writes ' Tbeta ' in an Adelaide paper). At Oooleardie the lady imputation is limited at present. The elderly wife of one hardy pioneer gave a irival deal of trouble by loo constant attention to the charms of the bottle. Sentenced to 14 days. But there was no gao1. The local bench ordered her to be kept in the trooper's tent by day, ivitli a release on parole to ?icr lius band's quarters at night. This worked well for four days, the old lady surrendering punc tually at breakfast time to the care of her gaoler. The trooper protested. He had to cut wood, fetch water, cook, etc., for his aged aud somewhat ugly captive. The bench then ordered her release. The woman would not go. She had been ordered 14 days of Government rations, and 14 days she would have, or else sue the Government. When the mail left a compromise was under considerat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROUGH ON THE LADIES. THE WAYS OF BAZAAR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Rough on the Ladies. THK WAYS OF BAZAAlt WOMEN. The average bazaar beggar is by no means an admirable person, says HEABTaud Home. Instead of putting forward charity as a reason for the purchasing from her of f overs, worsted-work, or cheap chips f iom abroad, she putR forward herself, her own personal charms, hur little winning ways. Vou can't refuse her. can you.' What, aft-er that smile, that tsilladf, that turn of the liL'ad, that artless grimace '. Why, you must bo more than human, a veritable ninth part ol a man, or woman. Look at ner pretty bonnet, her dainty be-ribboned apron, her trim waist, her selfconscious posture. She gives you plenty of time to stare nt her. She want* you to do so ; for she is in her glory prancing through her tield-day. enjoying a veritable glutton's feast of legiti inat'. self-assertion. We d ? not wish to be hud on any girl for trying to look at her best, especially on public occasions —it is only natural and right that she should do so ; but we do w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETRENCHMENT IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

RETRENCHMENT IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. Dear Clipper.— I am glad to see in the TA6MANIAN Nkwe, March 13, that at last somebody (' Vincit Veritas ') has takeu up the above subject. There is not the least doubt that the officer referred to has been most unjustly used, but it is a ques tion as to who is responsible, t'.c, the lion. the Minister or the Eagineer-in-Cliief. The officer iu question was for fourteen and a half years in the department, and yet when the retrenching time came that cause given that there was not sufficient work, and yet five draughtsmen, most with services of short duration, were kept on and are still being kept to do the work pertaining to the offi.-« of the lat« deposed officer referred to I'haEugiuaer-iii-Chief admits ill tone being I h'- nephew of the Premier (short, lime iu the department) he could not dismiss him ; also another (short time in the department) could not he din missed because being the son of an old friend of his. Now, all1, is this justice to a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Cricket, The Ksk and Launceston tried contusions last Saturday, The former went to- -We wickets firat aud .put up n total score of W8, 0. G. Douglas with 10 being top s'orer; II, ICwart. 38, was next highest. I.aunci!ston liiid lost 1 wicket for Mt when stumps' were dr.iwrt {or the day. ' i' Th-! nwti-h between Derwent aid New Town 15 wan continued on the uppcrgraund on Saturday last, resulting in a wiu for~ the foruii-r by 10 wickets. 'The New Town, who had lost 7 wickets for I fin runs in the Second iiininfrsou the pieWous Saturday, averted a single imiin({s (Ic-feat; their' total being 8.11...' Tom Kuiiilail was iu-tiumuntal in this as lie made 17 with Iimi.I hit ting. The North v. ^ontli Match ia4o b« pUyed on March 24. id an 1 27. THE JCNIORS.— By Point. A very -xcitiuj- conte t between the Trinity ami ft k'iiorchy ]v«uli$il inn win for the former by 2 runs. Koberis was again top scorer for Trinity, ami I'lesse for Glenorchy. Hellcrive had an easy win against City. W. Ward (not...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

V.E.C. AUTUMN MEETING. The fourth and last day's raciug in con nection with the autumn inoetiug of the Victoria Bacing Club took place last Satur day when there was a very large atten dance. For the first race of the day— the All aged Stakes — Fbrtunatiu was most in re quest. Through the favorite averring at tun post Titan secured a three-quarter length victory, Hova being beaten half a length for second place. The Unplaced Two-year-old Stakes re sulted :— rCateiiin 1, Sola 2, Enchanter 3. Broken Hill appropriated the Place Handicap, one mile and a half, carrying 8st., Cooya second, and Taupo third. Donation and Wolf also| started, the latter a bad last. The ' teeplech&se next claimed atten tion, Benu I!ru$mell being most in de mand. Shy lock, the Tasmaniau-owned horae, was also greatly admirod, but he unshipped bis rider at the first obstacle, 'he favorite won in the easiest possible manner !-y a. dozen lei gths, So; al Oak sociiic!, a-:d Elfie l,hirl. Juwelktr downed Patro...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

The Turf. The boobs suffered to the extent of 460,000 over the Newmarket. ' Walton, the great Yankee plunger, has just gone bung in the 'hotel business. About 112 years ago he won' ,£93,000 in one season and' £16,000 over a single rice. Two years later be left Britain a defaulter. In Sydney the man who 'sells tote tickots on the toepatb. has hitherto escape:! pmih ment, but now the all-covering Vagrant Act bias brought him within the meshes of the law. Brighton Racing Club arc pcpsiing 'h'. programme for their nutumu me- t . The T.T.G committee have pair! over the stake of Mb to Mr. E.J..K.- Parker, the owner of Kronborg, winner of the Oorman ston Stakes at the eumuver 'niceiiug. The owner of Irrtum threatened legal proceed ings, but hae remained silent so far. Mi. W. T. Jones paid 470 guineisfor Hova'« luUf sister, by Newnunster — Happy Land, at a recent sale, of Tendings in Mel bourne. The autumn nieetr -if the Midland Joofcey Club was held at 'Oatlands last Saturday, but owing to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Boxing. The match between .Mm Baxter and Murphy has been definitly fixed to take (luce in four weeks time from next Monday. Jim Baxter is training hanl for Hi' event, anil if favorite at the present. Corbett and Mitchell were such enemies tliat before they started to fight whilst in the ring they refused to obey the referee's instructions to shake hands. I'.iddv Slavin wants to ficht Suliiv.in for £100 aside. K. 0. Stairn has been ordered to Hollow-ay gaol for 12 days for refusing to piri a du'-t Hue to a London tradesman. A second charge met with a similar cornniital, but in each case the warant was ordered to remain in abeyance to give defendant lime to part up, The new French tux of 10 francs each on cycles bus (says the Daily Nkws) produced in tin lirst year it has been in operation 781,657 francs, or about £31,250. Making'allowanccs for fines for late pay ment, and, on the other hand, for the fa-:t that only a part of the tax was imposed hist year, th- law not having been voied...

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YACHTING YABBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Yachting Yabb'r. Lust Saturday the two lust ra«es of the so;i«oii were held off the Esplanade, with a fine southerly breeze blowing- all day. there were four entries in the 28I-. class, Volant winning ensily. This yacht- in her owner's hands rnd a slight alteration in her ballast trim sailed splendidly in spite of several accidents to her gear, viz., carry ing jib outh.iul, mainsheet, and splitting her ringtail. Gitana did not go so well as on the previous Saturday, being lightened of ballast. lolanthe sailed very well indeed, winning second prize by time allowance off Gitana. Mabel got. into trouble with her topsail and gave up early in the rac«. In the 21ft. class Thelma again von firal prize. She m:iy uow be lookoi oa as the premier boat in hor class V idi ^ came to grief after lht- first mun '? »'-hile in Beoond place, CHvryins* away b r .opmast sbrou'ls while reaching up to tha tx p buoy. After rounding- her bobstay pnrtel which ended her racing. She was tc.w&l to her m...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 17 March 1894

Music and the Stage. [By Krino.] / Monday evening's recital at the Town Hall was a momentous event, worthily initialing the musical week. Miss Sylvia Mills made a successful debut to a nume rous, select, and appreciative audiouoe, aud came out of the ordeal with flying colors. Her impressive, sonorous, and well-trained contralto voice was heard to great advantage iu Mr. Mills's ' Consola tion ': iu Tosti's V«nnti».n «onpr. tlierefrain of which 1 have not heard rendered so artistically 'before 4 in Molloy's 'Clang of tho wooden shoon,' where her low notes down to Cr were perfection j but above all in Rubinstein's most popular duet, ' Tho angel,' which she and Mrs. Trauthim Frjer gave in a style that would hflyo excited the Admiration of an artistic audience in musical circles anywhere. Mrs. Tranthim-Fryer sang Ea'ckel's 'Across the stream' with her usual artistic finish, aud excelled intwooftlw clever and popular Norwegian Greigs, best songs, ' The princess,' and ' l)o™ morning,' who...

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