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FREE SPEECH. THE FINANCIAL BOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

FREE SPEE6H. THE FINANCIAL BOGIE. Treasurer Fvsu'b statement-, de Hvered on Wednesday night, was no ordinary document, but a carefully prepared book, written with all the care of a skilful politician, rather than the thinker. The compiler bus carefully kept before himself that fads are not necessarily dry, not even if they be mere statistics. All de pends on the way in which they are put. Consequently Mi1. Fysu's state ment is a marvel of well rounded off and attractive phrasing. Of a surety if the people were as irout they would be captivated by the glittering1 bait, and be caught on the hooks so skil fully concealed. Great credit is due to Ministers for the elaborate system of retrenchment drawn up, and indeed heads of departments must have assisted them in the most self sacrificing spirit to enable the work to be performed. The result has borneout flic pledges of the Adminis tration, that iLe coat of government should be red need to £800,000 per annum, for the total expenditure f...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY SPOT STROKES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

iblNTAt SPOT W Stroke!! . :P-£ Ddoraino corner is sil rtit^ag of yore. |y|iry lliin jtouse. fMM AlBe Cris^gvcs to sit oni.^jBjiHiuisterial bWcJies RDd|nn his old seat?;^ Rjptoi Hc|§|l is the onfy'.OJpposiUouist f-JBbie W'inlMHartnoll UisMcctioneeriufr, 'i0l%kktbe s8te°f the jUWln Knight at *f*iPhian McwBSfiPTias declared war against CuEtoms Duties. . Tlie.iiiiaeci»l AtatouaoutiPPjaB^qr, cfi(«t aiirf etiacWfly alto to kumng'th'c T5ig kud Aotds, to jlg({|j.HfJj cou^Husa lp£ jof , jljoranpy Tasmania, and arc growing rather than de caying. , Afk t-hc uajwq eljops — Commercial Bank am Dobsen, Mftohol! and Allport'B. . Xbo 3Vfla6iu»r'«j'eBiarkfl0nhie-Mni|)flratiyc. fiscal figures denotes the man playing with the qpcBtjpq oMand taxation .. He Bald Itot 'tbny indicate liDwhdar weshall be+b tbijirtaiimiini rate which can he imposed wisclv' and justly on land.' A tax to thu full yaiue of land may be nrjposil. Riid tho ' land iriil-'teihain just where itis.eud be equally fertile it won't sink....

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEANINGS OF INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 19 May 1894

GLEANINGS OF INFORMATION. From enquiries made from various ?ources 'I'm; Cmitisr learns that Mount HuxLey is well known, but no prospects over came up to Mr. Samuel's wonderful computations. Mr. Beardsley, the manager of Kennedy and Sou's smelting works, has thoroughly examined the pro perty in the interests of a Melbourne capitalist-, and though not at liborty to divulge what is iu reality informa tion belonging solely to his employer, Slid when we handed him the copy of the telegram that it about covered the whole matter. At the same time the field was a good speculation for it was a ' big poor thing,' not of fabulous richness ; but if worked on good commercial lines, would pay. There must be no waste of mono)', and it wonld not pay to give £10,000 away in purchase mouey. The management must not be expensive — uo highly-paid experts employed, nnd the machinery must be cheap and effective. He considered that there woald be abundance of water ten months ont of the 3'ear, and the lay...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

-yASMANIAN EACING CLUB. Winter Meeting. TO-DAY. First Race to start at half-past 1. MAIDEN HURDLE RACE, Six Acceptances. WINTER HANDICAP, Eight Acceptances. STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, Six Acceptances. HURDLE HANDICAP, Seven Acceptances. GLENORCHY HANDICAP, Eleven Acceptances. CHAS. H. WESTWOOD, Secretary. QOUTHERN TASMANIAN FOOTBALL O ASSOCIATION. THIS DAY, OPENING MATCH, RISDON GROUND. Twenty v. Twenty-five. Trains leave Hobart at 2.10 and 2.40 p.m. returning from Risdon 4.40 p.m. Fares, 3d. return. Admission to Ground, FREE. Admission to Pavilion, One Shilling, or by production of last season's members' tickets. F. MILSOM, Secretary. pOR SALE, Light. SPRING DRAY' * CHAISE CARTS ; also, small PONY CART and Well-seasoned WHEELS of every description, at A. SCHWAN & CO. '8, Coachbuilders, ? SANDY BAY. J. P. T. Conrad (Late W. Rka.d'6), EL1ZA.BETH-STREET, f* OACH, CART, S HOEING & G EN ER AL w; SMITH and WHEELWRIGHT, Having taken over the above business, ear nestly solicits...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

[?] 'V: ??:'?: imniimm- -:.\.V : iJ&Wffl^wd hardly *e BaM®* a suo ^afrom a faftnoial wint of view, KiinberleF-vasa red hot favorite for the Hurdle, tfhiph:. certainly .looked^ a good ST^for hun. but after pulling ihard for a n,N-fand a half he seemed to stop alto fltber, fena Kelaugftloo, a fine upstanding horse iiOlftrtfs stable, came with a good rim and lpokqd n11 ovor * winner, but Siting at the last hurdle and taking Eiile with him left Kimberley to win as helikeAfrom^roya, Lord Glasgow as big as a bn! loci; s'a-ted favorite for the Weltjr Race, but his condition combined with the. weight lie had to carry (topped him and St. Clair won very comfort ably from'Quickflre. '/lie Muff started favorite for the Handi cap. After going half-a-mile Bessie Orcswick wenttothe front «(.-! stayed there to the finish winning easily, The Muff second, j'jyjng iScud third. fhe Steeplechase provided a capital field of horses, but fi strong commission In favor of Lantern coming early sent th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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POLITICAL SPOT STROKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

Political Spot * Strokes. M.H.A. etand6 for Member of the House of 'Assembly, ; . alBo Ministers' Helpless Asses. ; - -C.C. — Chairman of Committees; also Champion Chunk. M.M. — Minister of Mines j also Mangier of Miners. L.C— Leading Citizen; also Leaden Cheek. Mountain of Hiohes — Mount Lyle. Mountain of. Cheek — The proposer of the Mount Lyell Eailway Bill. Mountain of Flesh— The Fat Man. Mountajn of Stupidity — The people who pay the piper. Mountain of Mullock — The Mvckery. Mountain of Conceit — ' More Anon. ' The Silver Lining — Work for the unem ployed. Led by the Nose — Tho now leader of tlie Opposition. Take water for thy soul's sake ; but not for thy Btomacli's ache. As spiky as a nail barrel — Ex-Treasurer John Henry. Small dogs make tho best watch -3ogs ; also The Cliweu. Don't tell it abroad, it might make poople laugh ! Neil Lewis is leader of the Opposition. Sammy Sutton is goiDg to stulT him with sausages to season his die course. Saw material left untaxed by Treasur...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Mining Notes and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

Mining Notes and Tips [By Gnome.! The lor., crushing from the Tasmania has created very general satisfaction, and Se developments of tho nine are of ft. most sang, factory character. I am surprised that the' directors nre making airangemeniU, I^ » Luhrig concentrator, to treat the nyritefr with. There are other end well-known ap. ? .p.unocs that have been sufficiently tested tp prorc their value as gold saver*, \ * ' . In spite of the statements tha'ttoavc beta made to the effect that shares in the so called ' mountain of gold ' wore more than taken up, and wore in demand at a premium (the latter statcmont calling forth an official contradiction from the secretary of the Mock Exchange) it is well known that many intending speculators have- held their hand, and that nothing has since transpired to oonfirm the wild statements made st the meeting held at. the Free masons' Hall last week. Sir. Montgomery's report is anxiously looked for, and I advise thc-c who have got excited over the ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

Football Notes. TBt EncK.l Senior football may be said to have now obtained a fair bold once again, and it is to bo hoped that players and supporters alike will do their utmost during the en suing season to raise the standard of the national pastime to its proper level. On Tuesday evening last at the Town Hall there was a fair attendance of mem bers of the association to hear tho annual report read by Mr. T. B. Marsden. The officers and committee appointed at the meeting are entirely new men, but are well-known sports who will (do all in their power for the advancement of the game. Mr. F. Milaom was appointed secretary. Kingston and City played a match at Eisdon last Saturday, the attendance being fair. Tommy Eyan headed the blue and whites, while J. Johnstone led the Kingston. A good game resulted in the new team being victorious by 2.8 to 1.3. Chapman was field umpire, whilst Messrs. W. Wallace and J. Byfiold wielded the flags at the goal posts. North Hobart and Carlton juniors dr...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

A!fc; Hale, TJOTCHEb.; ife4 ! 'MkCQUABIE - ST. 13 nitHFna thanks to Ws r irameronB cUEtoruors and friends for the kijid support he ha: received- from them einoe be took over. fcto,e ,Tj)uBitiess . lately carried on by TJJbs.^ A6I0TT. .'...'. By keeping always a' good and large stock of PET ME MEAT he trusts to receive a continuance of their patronage. SEWING MACHINES, 64 Liverpool Street. \ USTEALIAN MUTUAL PEOVIDENT A SOCIETY. The Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assurance Sooiety of Australasia, and the only one in Tasmania that Divides ite PBOPITS EVEET yEAE. Bonuses vest after policies have been in force for two years. Claims paid imme diately on proof of death and title. Local Directors— The Hon, P. O. Pysh, M.L.C.j the Hon.W Crosby, M.L:C.j EO. Giblin, Esi|., M.D; ard Thomas Lewis, EBq. PEBDK. J. JACOBS, Ees. Secretary. Office— Elizabeth and Collins streets. Hobart. Tea De Luxe. Cosniocapelion Blend of Tea is the finest possible. It holds the premier position in Tasmania, aud i...

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THE BARMAIDS LAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

THE BAHMAIDS LAMENT There are some chappies, regular toffs, Longe round my bar. Oh Lor' ! And if a girl should make a r.;in;uk They grin and cry, ''What for!' What for! What for ! Of all the silly ami c.itcliy things The boys say for uiy sake, ! This is the silliest of the lot— 'You bet, it takes the cake.' What for 1 What for! It almost makes me mad with rage, Tho' I efin't tell thuinthut When I hear a silly Johnnie cry — '?Where did you gut that iiat.'' Wh:itfor! What fur! There's one. and lie is -ucli a dear, Itut he oft. uiako me sijrli. For I know hu'-i bound U\ s;iy sometime, '?Hut I'm all right, ,'iin'i 1.' Whnt for! What for! It really makes one wild (Indeed At night I cannot sleep) When they addros 'this child' like this— Swim out. yout'ein too deep.' Whin for! What fui! There arc some whom I'd like (o slinke And pill tlieui in a euop, For this is whnt they often cry — 'Look out. your'e in the suu|- ' What' for! Wh.-it for! It'.- very hard u|-ou a girl When she is niwly div...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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HOIDEN HUBBUB [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

In wuB. Eaoh M$ jlrery mortaSBjf it lasts, in this maanatjBnis^iflult* UubbiBDilaakeiieii. g&Afe»*St ult of abflnnrti sentences Wnf%| scd at BijBai Hill on con victedteSjf risonera MSI is becnjjiing imposRofe for the ffifirn to sedtt'e a conviaBan, Hebei-fiHtitiG mJabs ; youn|||pttlkinghoMy« 18 mffiigis ; theJH^avs p^Hspon tfifuds immensely great number of proper ?p6Bt@ic^8 hp®ebe^rijfQilgbttpn- A?fe so, says the Baruieii Mikuk,. whenever a Broken Hi^^rif r*ftVi fitfJt 'wtthott jrflt'fltingfl fiuy, emftufmi'mehxytv its conscience, it takes the business out of the hand^.ot --tof udg«jdtoggther- 1^. great deal of theirold trust in .1 oages. If 4ys .Honor, snras m JAat,^ .little. agj,^1^ i^ej W^p*d, AeMJ|'e^|^il?q-;'. Mv. Acting JasFioe ~BacKiiou8e,wIio, thus holding oqt ,the ojjpectation of a merely nominal penalty, enticed a jury to eay 'guilty;' - if - his -Honor sums up strongly ogainsta prison or, as Mr. Justice Wiadoyer did in a case before him when last he was at Broken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

What is it you want This cold winter, next to a good meal ? Why, do you want me to tell you ? One Pair of , PLAISTER'S GOOD WARM DLANICETS, Gs. lid., 7s. lid., 8s. lid., 9s. lid., 10s. 6d., 14 . fid., and if you want a pair to keep a dozen of you warm, have my 15s. Gd. ones. They are a load for any man to carry. Let ' the snow lay six inches deep upon the ground, you will think it'B the middle of summer when you wako up in the morning with one pair of' those Blankets and a 4s. lid. Quilt. Though tho noble old Mount may be covered with snow, I And the wind whistling through the street, Tet, wrapped up in one in this city below, You will find you'll sleep warm, snug aud : sweet. Buy a pair, and obtain it for - 16s. 6ct. A. E. Plaister. , THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, \ 95 ELIZABETH-STREET, LLOYD'S BUILDING, ONLY ADDRESS. i The Great Sale OF 1S941 ROBERT COLOSTREAM intends clearing out the whole of his tremendous stock of DRAPERY & CLOTHING AT ' BIG REDUCTIONS. All Goods Marked iu Plain...

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Mount Huxley. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

Mount Huxley. [i)r our Zekhan Reporter.! irom various careful enquiries made from competent men who have prospected and worked on the niouut, I learn that specks of gold may be got there, as also some rich pockets, but they are few. aud there are no such fabulous quantities as the imaginative brain of Mr. Samuels crammed into hie gullible listeners at last Thursday week's meeting. The mount is worth prospecting1, and tlie result of your interview with Mr. Beardxly, as reported in last Saturday's issue, is considered correct. When I montioD that not asiuglo man haB left bore for Huiley, surely the publio will learn tho true value of Jlr. Samuel's Bad. Tin: Chinese are Hocking to t.he tobacco (Trowing districts of Queensland, aud it. is of i iii.i Ifil tli.il the area under crop tin's yes/1 will ])?.'. tliivu limo that of last year. Leprosy iu llm pipe.

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BLACK DINGO CHAPTER XVIII. IN THE DARK NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

[?] \[BV J. 3. StnmtB'^if .1 ' c^aptsb jfviit.1': :In me Dark SjGHTk , Dingo rode in the direction of 'Ihe bash' 1y^% befrwefetf Bfefefefe' ^ Bchnca, . ; ffttr. jiesi^a $',' #ijf ' ;4 'f&& distance between JainiBelf ,ftfid the police-r-tiiie waa his piiraftry object ; tut us lie sned- onV*rd a noBsiblo Lriumph filled Iris' thopgljts. He ooald upt easily give, up '.jit| vitidev taking; jie was bnilt pn'tpo nias'leiful a. plan: to teadily acknowledge1 a -de- feat. They had cheated him out of the i girl lie reclftjHed. * He Would be even with them yet, ^r, be, was .pinch misjtalcen.^ ' Thai ivitevaai'pK^h' he though*, '.' is atihe, toflttom of Uiis. That old fool I «hot w-fl -aphumof his. -Fye a »iitid'l|'to'pot; 'fiW nibs, the pi«a.cLer, ; Oursb .Mtf']'. ' fl .A^ain the memory of Mary libfljc .possession of bin)!; ''She's * beaaty and uo miefefed,' be muttered; i'M'H have her 'before I habg.' r He SUrled— the old fear ot the [jjjfc.lJtynB cliiljed him for an instant. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

,-, NQTIOES. ' The Ottwn is publiajieil every Saturday lnoni TheGUFPE* is thoroughly independent. It is pledge! jp no party. : The WtfpPBB lias for ittoWwl tiie dissemination of honoijpoll^oaHljouglit. Tlie CLWSBpaterB to «ttpi-iy raoy and useful to onuation. '''SSv? *?-. - . Advoi-UsemadtaeVo iusprtei at moderate r»te». Spooial tot|QKf or cout^nct fcdvertisemouts. ; Tlio Climb* is the liost popular au'd widely circujiitei.jpa»r in Hob-rt, It circulates right through ihM$&nd. It iittisrfctore a. most valuable advcrUsuk^p^ium. Contaiu||$jk|jtit invited. ? All Jjmwiiiacatious &- be 'addreised to the EditqWVto'QtiprEit, 16 EUtabeth Sprat, Bobart. s*^MteW-W»ii1?s.«e? **UsWW payflhfe to ad TwnoSiU^Sowkttyflulworibereiniiyforward payment n stamps or postal notos. ACENCIE8. We ara opeulnp; up Aguncie for the Bale of The Clipper in alloouutry towns. Our eubsoribcrs will oblige by notifriag to the proprietors eligible people or firms 'in towuBhipn in which an agency MbttOttoe...

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TANNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

[?] ' Tlie»'eiiothiugiiko;«iathGr,'*i!aj'Sitho old saw, W& it woul lappear that V%-e :is nothing ltte leather K)#«ep a large jjutn ber of paoplQ in olur-^fmall coinmniaty going in fullj. worlf Mth a fair^jg of wages, and ydb^tour ikUlators threUJ^UB . production wiffi«S'«p^se tariff t%t^f«l,i according to ifiose engaged in the bP^ss, entirely dgivajbhe lop^roductionpu of the niarttt, as whilft 'Mcreafliug the. jni portor'ajRty only lfijwricent, it inmtues the rattffiaterial lOm/pjagnt. Ta$$!gXkG tanninj^terial gpf*a *Wtmm? increaj^ kibe c#M%he vffi$ma it is^^m^mmmm ^m'^mk'. that either the duty bo taken of 'raw material,' or a corresponding increase of duty be levied on the manufactured article. Manufacturers would prefer duties to remain as they are. This tvade Jfltgetodeponds onihe hoot factories, .and should they cease their occupation would bo gone. We are informed that the Mee cubt is entirely wrong in advocating a tax on hides as a protection to the Tasmania* fawner, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

NELSON m 5MM0ATE PURE INDIAN CHINA& CEYLON TEAS

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FREE SPEECH. TREASURY BUCCANEERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

FR£E SPEECH. TREASURY BUCCANEERING-. ' Treasurer Fysh'6 fiscal taxation proposals stand condemned on tbeir own basis, for lie admits that the results will be uncertain, whilst one of the first ethics of political economy is that taxation should be certain. Certain both as to its results and to the class or classes of the community who will be called upon to pay it. Mr. Fvsh estimates 1 he results of his three schemes hb: 'Land, dark; Customs, darker ; and income dmkeKt.' He is entirely in the wrong as regaids Imid, for as soon as the values are assessed the revenue to be derived from that source can he computed to the fraction, and more over will comply with all the require ments of a scientific adjustment of taxation, for it will bi- borne in equal ratio by every member of the com munity. Customs and Income must under any .condition of prosperity or depression ho n,n unknown quantity, thus tempting Governments iu boom times to lannch out into extrava gance, and dropping the country...

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THE NEW TARIFF. OPINIONS OF THE MANUFACTURERS. THE COLONY'S INDUSTRIES IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

m m IMF. OffljMpNS OF THE MANUti£&g|TBEBS. ISwe colony's iNDtffiirabs H| IN DANGER, jlgar -jttjit surprJKkand indig-niBBffife beiug GxttMjled in nfluif acturing dfflQHagainst thflMtomB tfl|S of tho BradjUggKnistry, anl|wKie NofiBsteps havoEBBtaken to hijffi|ljj*n maflS before thfflBKiBO in a taBQffikformWL the issujBKf counter tSxmSmL. niain^fcinc tkflBfht of raw lOHgfgyQw goocttSto^gfipfatiufactui-iDg1 comm^u^ree.aB heretorore, while on other goods the 20 per cent, ad valorem is advo tsUdi- '^CQ»e iS®fl[2 tKj-agk-it-eU&?7U«is been boiie the less pronounced no combined luitita h&isi€$ili-tas'keii,':aiiii.5utnisMug Wt another example of how much more politi SSny^Iv^H^ ifl«y 'ffl^ttio^ortto3*?'*!^ likewise the reason rwhy the Northern iineinVerf'-i. ^ftk^'i ^n^sejires.^-- felt as a stronger element on any question or the ^^if^mTS^^SKnfbBtB'of^^artiJi moot, - jepresen^iug , Jiy© ponatituspcieSj '.tot progress or conservatism. ? Again, in ?the South the press is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 26 May 1894

1 1-4 \X RANTING to CLEAR— Large quantity I1,' D°EY FIREWOOD. I1 Clay Bros., i,l Are determined to soil cheap— Oaljj Wattle ?v Gum, out to any length aud delivered in '?.' ' any part o€ Hobart. COALS of all descrip ?'y' tion delivered promptly and cheap }x- any\ ! ,*; addrees for Cash. [a. CLAY BEOS,, 339 ELIZABETH-STEElfr lul ? Telephone 233. ? il Fish Depot. r t. bush, 139 Liverpool-street (opposite . Royal !: ' Hotel). Best Tasniimian Fish always on ?- hand. Fish forwarded to any address — '., ':'. town or country. Agent for New Zealand :'? oysters. !:t' i Families waited on for orders. W ENTERPRISE ,' ,i 'j. and Printer's Ink go together; i.V:'i: ??? ? - -] b i DATON & O'BRIEN. h Y i',,! -?? COMMERCIAL PEINTERS. v \ Artistic Printers. Ki Cheap Printers. %' ' ? f. , TEN per Cent. reduction for cash. ? ? # * ? ' ! ? All work receives the personal super s' vision of the principals. I1'- *** I VTe have made our name for the ' BEST CLASS OF PRINTING. !*- — ?? Ball Programmes,...

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