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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

M l&C EJ-J* A-N-B A.. THE King.— His Majesty and suite l-ein? at Winder, and attended by Sir Jeffery WyatviHe. while walking on the terrace, approached the iTon gates; whtch are kept ^^.^f , an o no person-admitted to pass through, bat those connected with the castle. The keys not being in readiness, one of the attendants made ail pos sible haste to procure them. After 4*e *°lf party passed through the gates were inn'*- Lly closed as usual, when His Majesty ^hastily -exclaimed, ' Open the gates, and let thejgoocL People hav'e free^e^e?' The public were I nstantly admitted, and ttie 7°™^ noli rf «uch force, that an Eton scholar being propelled i forward, actually trod do^n the heel of the shoe of His Majesty, who laughingly exclaimed 'Give me room only fer one moment*' he then pulled up his shoe and continued^romenadmg for seme time. Once, during the week, the King, in com pany with the Duke of Gloucester, had been Witingfor some time former Majesty, for the purpose of taking...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

Notice— The Bullocks impounded by Mr. Lyons marked Aft and J F advertised to be sold at the PuTflVcT?dund,^orTo1kPiamSj hare t)ot!i 3)eeu owned.— James Houtle. 'We arc sorry that Verax's reply to Nauticus is unavoidably omitted for want of room.

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LOYAL REFORMER'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

Z.OYAL REFORMER'S GAIETTE. We extract a few paragraphs from one-orthe . most moderate numbers of this pamphlet, pub lished in Glasgow|that^ome idea may be formed of the excess— an excess which we, as reformers, much regret to witness— to which some of the Reformers of Britain allowed their zeal to carry them during the ' great struggle.' The pro posed 'run' upon the Bank is a novel mode of chastisement; and such a suggestion is highly to be censured.— 'We are Radicals to the back bone :— We are youri£ recruits whq_have enlisted into one of the finest Regiments now in Europe, It is called the ' Royal Regiment of British Reformers.' com manded by. our Patriotic Monarch, Wili i am the Fouutm. It already musters many millions of able men. The barracks of the United Kingdom cannot contain the one-half of them.' (* Our c^loaK-arje— plabi,_J)iit. Jbf autifu 1 1_3 _we ha ve the King and Constitution on one side— Reform and Liberty on the other. All the Crowned Heads of fturope may now consp...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1831. A Remark .. vrasjnade jn _our heariug the other day, thai the Legislative Council was a useless establishment, because it makes laws which are suffered to remain inopera tive. On referring to our bundle qf ^cts, the very first we laid hands on, was that for a temporary --» ??» him of a Post Office, passed in the year 1328, ana enacting among other things, that in Hobart and Launceston there shall be a local delivefyy and, 'that' letters put into the offices in these towns sfyall be delivered at the following* rates :— vlJnder2oz., . Id. j Above 4 oz. and ? -iinderH^oZi^Sdfc -?'- Above 2 oz. and Above 6 oz. and under 4 oz., 2d. J under 8 oz. 4d. — T?hifl ha soever bfeen acted upon, although a gteat ii ^e*siiy exists for it. — -Wjlhjpegajpd-to^shlp^etters, we find— thai^ the old charge, 8d. per single letter, and I6d. ^er doubb letter is still charged, in addition to the inland postage ; whereas, by ^; Act in question, the rates are fix...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

TASMANlAJTSOCIBTYi 'TOR THE DIFFUSION V OF CSEFUlsKNOWLEDGE. - lyQTICE is hereby given, that t-n the .?S3 , evening ^af YVednesda^JD^cember 2 1st, apTo^clo^yli r. *,H.- Thomas will^ddwer iit;*he School JHou8^Laum;^slwK a jaiss^a{iooonjtlie ** loflueece «f iiloqixence^j on^whick occasion ae attendance of those Ladies and Gentlemen who fee^^tcre^ted in t^eTO^otal advance of Colenial Society is most «ameatly ^^iiestedv 'v'''~~r' * - i JV G. MAD130X, Sec pro teip. tO SAW^&S^lfflttp^, BARKERS, ;5c/ 'MJHer^y^ Cj|^|ljpjij|y; J^er^on or ^er^ons J- against ^^dDgdoyo Qig ^kicfg JTini ber, gruziog cotUe, or otherwise trespassing 09 1500 acres of Land, on the East bank of the Tamar, baunded on the North by 14-mile Bridge Creek, by a Grant to H^May, andrby trftraptio Spence; 00 (be West; by Spring Bay ; and on the South and East by crown land. '' - A. BiVBttlDGE. Launceston, Nov. 30th. PRiSSSYf ERI4N fclHK, L*piCES_0-J.r THE Subscribers to iti^ W^deyan Cliapel, Laooceston, ore respectful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

- - mam ***W$m^~ — -- 'Fop- England direeh — ~ — —- rSsESU --at «« Mar* ..Jura,' James -fack, C^flWJ^jd^J burthert 450 tows. . As; this vessel Jias*ir$t;£er ^rgo jengageo', she wjlVsait ear ly in January, r ' ???'?? .''.,.:..'. ; f^ijpa^sa^e ajpijly to the Maijftr tyfmf&j', 6- ' \ ' .'?'/'' '' ' !.- '?' ' ' RO&I&T JPfiAftSk jritiaaeeston Wharf, 10th Nov. FOR LONDON ©IRECT. *8maF £. $i .possible dispatch, . . the f mm mew British built ship, Princess Augusta, Sanjnel Ha wfcms, €ajBi!iianaei\ expected fee re from Hofcfcrt town about tl»« i&tb instant, -. „ As this ship ^ has mo&t of ker Cargo- eoffa^pd, «arlyopptidatfoiv 16 necessary. She has the best accommodations 4or PatoeBgeFS^ and e«rms la ^urgejen. ? . Apply to Captain Haw#ins, .on board r«r to Xauncestoo, Dec. 1, 1831. , . ;notice. _£&& F11HE fine fast-saitii^ jbrlglft»3f, to arrive here from Sydney about the 1st January next, and will without delay, after discharging -tie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

? - ? _ __ _-L. _ - - -. !? ? - ? -- JN| I-lJafi, S0GKS, Slt^fiR PLATE, JEW v-: «©AT, -ifcc. &c. ~ '-1- -? '._?-: TO BE SOLD $Y PUBLIC AUCTION, ! £/Mr. R. WHITE, _'_ 1^ ? *Jn the Premises of Mr. -Gjeo. Dodert, near the Wharf, o» .-FRIDAY NEXT, the 23d_lfl^ant,j . at Twelve e'-ciocfc precisely, — .-.-..: _???#: FPlliyUll&illa^ffiffjaf ihe^ublic?— PriiMrtJheese^ Piece tloods. iiafpentcrVlooif^ ? -'-Patent weighing machine and weights -3uu powder^iq 'cafiiHergfc stationery ^ypqriiig AppateU Ironmongery, jack screw — Steehrarjrts, paints and oils, tobacco ^undry fepiU timber «nd shingles Rope*, cordage and blocks A nd 6««df y bther-niercbantliee, _ ,. . IMMEDIATELY AFT«R THE ABOVE, A ^uantily of good tttbstantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising,— An Elegant Cabinet Wash-hand-stand and Toi lette, Chf-st of. Drawers, . ' Four-post Bedstead, Bedding, ? -±l ? „. ? — Pembroke and other Tables, Fire-irons, SofaSvConches, Chairs, Carpet and Hearth Rug, — Culinary Utensils, — — ...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

' - ? - - . WKTTTO : .10 B ' . THE ADffRTfSEt. 1 f ite Press.-t Were the' reraarSs^ condemnatory ? *-f trie Law of Libel tcs be suffered ^:o p ass jsitb^ I out bting followed up wkh some candid notice '? ofthe Press, -we^boald very probablj^ay. our- , ? selves open to the imputation of prejudice and ~ partyr^We wish to^a^dJJieJkDpj!tMlpJL«.Lp^!!fe wi-^*nnslrl-»r if fn1VfT**^itfe' madness of rnahv for the gain of a few.' The proper and legitimate . object q£jl journalist is the universal dissemina tion of amusing and instructive in forroation among the public whicfi supports him, and the~prunnii=~ gation of such sound political doctrine, as shall {while it refers every one to his proper place in I society, and establishes him there) conduce to the ..iraUm-flf . the people,. an4jhejrjconsaquept happiness. For this purpose, nothing more is re quired than sound judgment, temper, and discre tion on the part of the conductors. Proper thoughts will clothe themselves in suitable and appropr...

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EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

^ ', EXTRACTS f ROM *C O B^i fiFI S-7 € 0 T T A Q £ ECONOMY # ? 'Wte oo$ come 4o the ?last » stage .; the-cask^ for ? : barrel. But-j I must first speak of th« plate for 4tee tun-lob to stand jn* The place should tie such as to a^Jd tob uitach warram or cold. . The air should J^fposjfiMe, - be about od degrees. Any cool pfa«e in summer, and any warmish place in winter* if the weather be -very cold, some clot-hs or sack's shook*1 be put rou«d. the tui^tttb. w.hik tbe-beer is working. In about six or sight home, a frothy; bead will rise^ upon the Hq«|or ; an^l it wiU keep rising, more or less slowly for about foi^tyrpght hours. But the length of time retir ed *for the working, depends on various circum StSpges ;.;. 80 that no precise time can be ^xed. ?~TB^ : ,b«s| \\'af^s^brira1te~i]ff -the^rothT(Krhich ^s indeed yeast^ at the end pf about twenty^four hour-t-ivHb a cpmmoa tkifrioier, and put it in u pao or vessel of sdioe sort ^1 hen, iq about twelve hoBW.time,; take it off again in ...

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THE LATE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

[?] from the 4.ife of l£» JEnoipas Lawrence, fry : ' ; ; ' m= :????...'. Mr?, WiN»ams.:, T?*- ^ -.. * f , **Shc pitceiafd, -- I am ft great « coward* bat I biustei it out Ijke the best of them tilfrftl* ^»«*r?^-oyp|}.l: 4 was told j^jr iipe flf the Mem |-ef s ofv t ht- Cow uci 1 a waiting her 'deli very, th^^Dr.. BailHe^a^e )n, afo-l. said in answer ;io BOfi(^ enquiries *,S^^8doiMg ^ery weita she'll nperi 4^ matter.* She ^ad ^n ««iai)n^jy quidk eapj^ which I was eleniiatttiy; ^ajnid. of V whilst playing w&ttt, which /tmGf; tor shillings, was not the -mont silent gaftie 1 ^f^Jid^eill^^^jj^id sn44^fo replvVto something that the BarOn or l_ would Ijp talking if in the loweBtloiie, ^tljie end of the room j whilst her companiong at the table were ignorant of tb^ cause of ^ier obServa tiQp.fi* I have encreased respect for the Bfshpp of Salisbury, because he appeared to 4iaVeTu 11^ per for#*ed his duty i« her education. She had, as I ha^e said, .great know ledge of tbe lustbrj of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

? j[IJ!lJ£ Rey- ^r- Garrett; will preach in ?tlay of January. Divine' Service lo commence in 4he forenoon at -li/tiT* clock. -— ^^~^— 8j4--^Gaaci*lt wiiii-«rhiip^7Ht--t;otnmwiit5ffte -wifK 'those who wish to have children baptise-d, ady tlay previous to that time. ^- -r : - * s - ? THOMAS SCOTT, ; ? ? :. ? ??? ???? ? :? ?;['?-- -.r.v v ;., ? s«teretary. -J--— --??':-' ??-- fI0TJ€E^—^ — -^—— — LJL_ j?JiHE Undersigned hereby gives Notice ^?TihatliU Persons found trespassing on ? his Grant of VQQ acres, situated on the east side of the North Esk, bounded by James Hill, Capt. ^!no- Mr. Thorn loe, arid Mrs ._Mifls^_wil l_be jprp- secuted with the utmost rigour ofthfe law. . ? ? DAVID WU.UAMS. North Esk, 27th Dec. 1831. J Inspector's Office, Launceston, 27th December, 1831. HNENDftRS for the supply of such quan i tities of Wood as may be required ?during ilie season for. burning the Govern ntciit'- Bricks, will be received at this Office, until 12 ? o'clock -,-cm— : W^ni^da^JJie_^tirtaTnw...

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THE CAPE.—OCT. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

THE CAPii.— OCT. 22. We^ave to acknowledge the attention. of the -EdftoT7-f-the ^'^South^rican^AdverfiseT,' inJbr w ard ing several numbers of that paper tio onr address :— They contain no news of any particu lar interest. _ ThtTkading article of the 19th Oct. contains the following information relative i;o the Isle of France :— ??.,,.'? W« learn from private letters that ** the Depu tation sent, to London from_ the^sle ofTFrance have had great success in advocating the cause of their countrymen, and that a system of liberality and protection is about to succeed one of restric tion. The Council of their Government wjll be -composed of fifteen persons, of whom eight or nine will be taken from amongst the colonists. All their laws will emanate from this council, un der the Royal sanction. Their taxes and expen diture wil) be diminished— all distinctions of ori gin abolished—The Press will be free, and there will be no more monopolies. The London mer chants, wlid~'had begun to refuse t...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, Dec. 24, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, 1 Saturday, Dec. 24, is&u: , REMOVAL.— Mr, David Williams, from the situation of Division Constable.. ? — .q — F&EE — James Eaton. Asia! — Henry Block. Medina— Joseph Tur ner, ditto-— William Louud, -Chapman — -Peter Kirkham, . alias Taberncr, Competitor. ? A FREE -PAR-DON- has been granted to Ellen Henselagh, per I Alexander. ? \ - ? — o — TICKETS-OF-LEAVE.— ~James Thayne, Asia 3. and William Harris, per Guilford, have been deprived of their tickets -*f leave for improper conduct. TICKET GRANTED to William August. Chapman 2. lit. Philip Riley has been appointed division constable at Nor folk Plainti. Mr. David William Gray at Burnsirie P. D. Launceston, and Mr. Phlip Riley. at Westbury, P.D. Nor folk Plains, are appointed Inspectors of Stock.

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

.: ? ;._ ? i ? ? . ? . ? . ? t t ? ? - _^ MISCELtANEA. ' &UX-VB*-wTb0M&ctice pf ' whooping the jcajt,'* inWififrluaf^lisS^ewini^ ^JtoH^O^^the fteUp,™ ii^ts ^is^ ,Som^ tinje ago^ one of these (Hitnitive knights of the %hitiM&-i\9#lii&- beJetf tfttiplf^ed m\ «n jale-hoW i tibe. cudftjirife^by mistftke, handed him a bottle Wws*iStio¥%en W^SsoveTed^te^rrorAut ^'i«»lt^titf^ili«^suaUytf^i»ggwrf7^^po^ttQn of hishosteis, he conttnued to jjlj ,the cjuttie with his. wonted d«i^ryV^l^^H (^ M^ncvof faJ»sv ^he^anflOjs o^s^Vw tows, ^^^edi*^ibtii|iis/yyur^4rfi^ge the night, Lourje, that yefr thrawia' ye'r face^ an' I^H'-^e^l pl^ed l)ke^ ^ QU gin ye k^t pleased, toair tnao toe.**-SttorttfoEEVIioeRN al. j called by t*»-; natives, H Ikanjaver,' of about 10 ^49^^4e%vwWchi^i»t»a^nain«BaiJ^anUuftei^ saHs in, the manner of a native boat., and wUhcon composea of the dorsal fins' of the animal, and JwbeiMa^hbal : of itikm&mm undef iail- together, tthet are Ffequedtlf...

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REPRESENTATION OF THE COLONIES. TO VISCOUNT HOWICK, UNDERSECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES. 3rd March, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

EEPRBSENT^flOiraF2rHE^C01t)KIfiSv (Feom the Spectator.) TO VISCOUNT HOWICK, UNDERSECRETARY OP 8TATE FOB. THE COLONIES. . ~ 3rd March, 1831, My LouD-^Asthemcafiureof aeforatrougW forward by the Government will very greatly |p) prove tbe representfttion^of this counjrjr t_so sure ly wlllltndepriv#4he Colonies of the representa tion, snciL as it is, whjcjUhejr_Bowenjoy inHflife * Imperial. Parliament. I proposer to Any before ^ ybuT~LT-rdship4he grounds of this assertion. The number of members representing «« the East IncHa Interest' is 62. They are pmicipally directors of the Company. u The West India laterest' is represented by 34 memfeers, most' ?of whom are proprietors of estates and slaves in -orou one of the Anglo-American tslajlds; Canada _ belngm poor Colony, and contributtngijut little ^to-the ^wealth i of^he^ejnnjie, has MtLtwptteni^^ berB^Mr,J&DWJLimJte0cfz and .Mr. ^^jLAic+tlcifjpi777^ —whilst South Africa and. Australasia are-reprc^ sented very Inad^uateiy I admit,...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

? Pi^i^B— 0-F-- 0fidL4N.- — r ~'-*-- LAUNCESTON. s. d. s. d.. Wheat, ? -./. r^-i-H*— to—5t -0 ? Barley, ? 4-6 — 0:0 ; Oats, ? 5:0 — 0 : o ' flour, (best) per cwt. 18s.— Ditto (seconds) 15s. Meal, 12s. perewt. '.???'.'?? ? ' ^ ? ? ? ? . ;.;,.. ! H0BAB.T, TOWN, 1 'Wheat, ........... ? .....5 : 6 i, v r Barley, .;,......'. ? 0 : p Oats, ? .......i 0 : 6*

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EXTRACTS OF A LETTER FROM GRAHAM'S TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

Extracts of a Letter from Graham's Town. The usual periodical rains began with this month, and continued to fall for 36 hours without intermission, the rivers were swollen greatly, and the waters descending from the hills through the nuipero% passage^ kept up a confused ^aai^, similar to that of the surf beating on the' rocks upon the sea shore. The_ aspect of the ceuntly around is beautiful, and the crops bespeak an abundance which the farmers /ear will hardly repay them for^ the harvesting. At Fort Beaufort the weather has been more severe than with us ; the windows of the Com mandant of t^hat place were broken during a vio lent storm of hail. [A mercantile friend has favored us with the following extract of a letter from Rio de Janeiro, dated Sept. 15, 1831.] u Trade in general is improving here slowly ; there is still a great difficulty in recovering mo ney, and the only remedy is to sell cargoes by re tail. Thus far we think it betterjoj^hejmpori; ^radei fiappily^o^moTe~po1Ttic...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

[?] -'THE prevalence of heavy crime in Van ^Piemen's Land, is, happily, ; not now so great as it has been in times past. TBtisti &????'? -, . ?. - ? r ' ?--?-. .- . . h'Aa received a death-blow ; aod serious of-^ ?ienoes .are'-iar uc m being tjomdmh . For^ This state of quietude we^reiBdeted^o^e; excelleiit scheme of our Field ^ofioie, Men working; for^fiSeply w4ll Je^ntfien5sel£es; In. vai n will fo r-me r compapiopship, iiay^ reil^ tionshjpv ^ea^^r tfD ofi^der^ to ttie eoni. stable* who knows that upoo bfareioUvity i^s ^restt-Tat«ffl^tQ^4tt€^ef dom h^ haslost -fe- pends. The pHae is o^ toof gretf t! white 4q be slighted : and thus, by a well concerted iirraj^enaentt_ the prisoner population are made to keep themselves in oTder. From these men, many of whom have been educated ia vicious habits, we cannot reasonably expect much honesty; but it is a singular -fact, and one as incontrovertible' as it is singular, that there is a far greater proportion of Grime amoa-4 ?. tlie f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

? aCOJINWALL MOTEL. — ? Mfif-tiiatllie liioetifie of tfaejCognwaM: H-M^^^8^JScN^^patt8fe«ed-^:%e-^ ; 10 n d._thgt _slic^ ihas ep^dtWWme 11s aivHO^C and SQARa-: 3NG HO^fefeV^tidAas laid *ip ag p^fensive^todc: ?of W4ne,^pir4ts~ Ale^-anfi Sorter of the very best quality, for fhe accommodation of such par ties^lmWiionort-eT with tfak patronage. , - 5 --?^!o^^w€€l^a^-iMf^5rSa^k^^i%^ie1yTit J 4 b'Yloclc. SOUPS every -day from tS to 3. Dinners, Suppers, and ottter -ftefresfahents-for y ri- ? TateLpartie^, at the shortest -notice. Ball Suppers, Collations, Rout R^eeh meats, Pastry ? and Con fectionary -of every *descTtption prepared, and ?sent -out «n the most reasontrtrfe-terms. , .. Lauuceston, Defc. 13, 1831* ' ... ? WANTEB-^A WORKING OVER..' SEER, to take charge of an Agri cultural Establishment — Apply to . THOMAS REIBEY. Entally, December 9, 1831* NOTICE, IW^JMJLLIAMSiegs lo notify to jttae^ JJM. Fufafic, that he receives WATTLE BARK and \\QOL hr payment -of Accounts, and in exchange ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

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Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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