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J. P. FIASCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

J. P. Fiasco. The following faroe was duly carried out in the Richmond Police Court on Monday, July 'Mh, the warden of the district presiding. About 10 am. on the date mentioned Captain Storey, of Jerusalem, was duly sworn in as a Justice of the Peace. Immediately after the solemn ceremony Captain Storey made his bow to the bench as defendant in a case in which a Hobart firm of saddlers sued him for an amount over JLLV lOr gOOaSBOHl. IllBUWWJUiUik 'uw under cross examination by Mr. D. H Crisp made, some very ugly admisBions as to the means he adopted in order to secure the goods. Decision of tho Court : ' Defendant to pay up before the 9th | January, 1H95, or go to gaol for ouo ? month.' Yet there are people who have = the temerity to say that the Tasmanian bench is not what it ought to be. Of such ib the Kingdom of Justice. The Rev. A. Turobull will, by a general desire, rc-dcliver bis address ou ' Tlic First Great Socinlist,' in the MariueiV Cliurcli, opposite the whaif, to-morrow...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

Boxing. Last Monday night at Jim Baxter's rooms, Harry Millar and Taffy Welsh were billed to fight ten rounds, and a good audience turned up to witness (he contest. Proceedings opened up with a go between Circus Dick and Atkinson, who made a good display, and put every one in good humour for the event of the night, Millar was in nice nick and Taffy looked fit to go for his life. The first round it was evident Harry meant busi ness and started to force things, which made Taff look very unpleasant, and this LUU11U BtUVUlf UilUOIl LUUlgB. UU tfOO second round Taffy showed signs that his heart was in the wrong place and turned it up, the public are about full of Welsh and for the credit of boxing he should be barred for the future. Charley Murphy will have to show Albury Clifford he can stand six rounds before him, which I think is very probable. Many are under the impression tbat Jones, who was knocked out in a round and a half at Broken Hill was our only Dick, but this is a mistake. T...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CHEAP MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

Cheap Money. The Credit Foncier Bill, or cheap money bill, of the Victorian Govern ment has passed through the Lower Bouse. The principle of the bill appears to have been generally accepted, although the various clauses came in for very hostile comment, accentuated by the Ministry, who were loth to allow any material amendments, particu larly resisting the attack made upon the provision for the appointment of the bank's commissioners by the Government, lne bill, as arartea, provided that only loans up to £1000 be made to any one person, and unless a larger amount is specially approved of by the Trea surer. An amendment was carried that the loan be restricted to £5000. A proposal to issue State notes, and so save the interest — some £200,000 per annum — was negatived, although the Treasurer foreshadowed that a bill would be brought' forward later in the session to provide for such reform. The Legislative Council is to open its attack upon it, and possibly im prove it out of existence...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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LETER S OF S.A TYER No XXIII. To VISCOUNT CORMANSTON, K.C.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

[?] ....ii ;;? ??Kor.'XKIUj.-«l,-,!-.,i:-i To viSDDU^'ODllSj^Ig^N1, ? -i .11,..:; (KtM'M-CT-'....i-i ,i. ? :??? f seen by my lttflb.jtwfi, Jef fere' Ijowj easily jorjmiim'^ wore manutapturjL'd by the ci.-j ^^'.^#5*3$ '. ftf /tll«Ji officers of. KwiKii ©eorgq I1X, and; yon mus' Imv^iwlniihed 'the slrilfulj manner ia Wuiehl'tho&e gentlemeii! dnesps. un4pr (ipujpptvou. , XfotUing could l^ye^bjBen mpre deljgbtful than $ib; jeasp ; W»\ HbipU tbey proved that ilioy were ilio 'salt of the earth,' bad that ibe ignorant ytfWlif tfl.o JS|]bd! tbe gaol* of the country ,wwe. like ftrole beastd'on^y: placed in ..this world to minister to tneirpomiort§,ana u unruiy u- we punished with the 'icafor 'r0pe.' Unfortunately in these latter days public' opinion, and at least a section of the press, cannot be bought, and in .consequence, xIiobo snmmary methods of ending arguminte bee impracticable. Lest, however, yon ehonld begin to form an otiiuibn thfet |the ' officers fct ings common ,|to ^arn...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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STAGE AND PLATFORM [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

Stage andPutfokni The Madame Belle Cole Company, whose fame prcooded them, fjave, under (be auspices of the Exhibition Committed three moeit excellent eu terteinmwitfi in (he Exhibition Hall this week. The first consists of ballade, tlio second operatic soleo : tidns, and tUe tUlrd ' Creation,' assisted by the Exhibition Choir, whohnd olinrgeof the choruses. On the opening evening tne attendance was uotwpat it should have been, considering thB high merit of the company. The second performance showed a marked improvement in this respect. The premier artiste, Madame Cole, who is the possessor of a truly wonderful voice, full of perfect expression and purity, simply entranced her hearers. Miss G. Davies, who has a perfect soprano voice, of rare excellence, sang her items with that finish and correct ness which commanded the corn* pletest admiration. Miss Henrietta Murkens showed how wonderful an instrument the violin is ia tlio hands of a vir tuoso, her items given with finish, and exe...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

NOTICES. The CurriE is published every (Saturday morniag. TheCmppbb is thoroughly Indeiwudeut. It )s pledged to no party. . Tub Clippee boa for its object the dissemina tion of honest political thought. The Olipfeb oaten to supply racy eud luetnl (&(omifttioiii Advertisements are inserted at moderate rates. Speoinl teraiB (or contract advertisements. ?tei Currants the most popular and widely oiroulated paper in Bobart. It circulates right through the Island. It is therefore a most Vila able advertising me linm. Contributions invited. All coinmuulodtions to be addresBed to the Editor of The Clippee, 16 Elizabeth-street, Hobnrt. Subscriptions: 2s. per half-year, pay able in advance. Country subscribers may for ward payment in stmnpB or postalnotos. AGENCIES. We are opening up Agendefor the Sale of The Clipper in all oonntij towns. Our BubBOribers will oblige by notifying to the proprietors eligible people or firms in townships in Which an agency has not been already opened. TO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

Extraordinary Announcement ! Having purchased the Whole of the Stock-in-Trade in the Estate of Messrs. Noel White & Co. at an enormous Discount for Cash, we will offer the same in a VAST CLEARING SALE, commencing I THURSDAY NEXT, AUGUST 2nd. The Sale will be held on our own Premises. ' B R O TV NELL BROS. I Union Line of Steamers. THE Largest and Best Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Sonthern Hemis phere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo services bat ween Tasmania, New Zealand and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TASHANIAN SERVICES : HOBART TO 8YDNEF. The a.8. OONAH, W. J. Feathebstone, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates Next sailing EA.RLT. H0BA.RT TO MELBOURNE. The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne, next sailing being The s.8. WAIHORA, THURSDAY, August 2. LAUNC...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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THE RAILWAY SENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

The Railway Sen sations. If our railways do not return a profit to the slate they promise to do so for the daily press During the week two sensations are re ported. The first a supposed attempt to upset a train at the Plenty. A man named Holling worth reporting on Wednesday' morning that the rails had been tampered with, and that upon making the discovery a man rushed tnfwavii anil rh'fip.Vin.rirfiii n irnn At him. Exaggerated reports flew round the city and lurid accounts appeared in the press. Now it appears that the train was never in danger and tbat four bolts were removed iu a proper manner and that the man's reported injury might have been caused by simply igniting some powder, and Holling wottb's story is to be taken with a grain of the customary salt. Near Campbell Town another so-called attempt at derailing was made. Tbu u» train to Hobart, after leaving Campbell Town sta tion at 11.27 on Thursday night, jast before reaching the Elizabeth River Bridge, struck some boul ders...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FREE SPEECH. THE NEW SOUTH. WALES ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

FREE SPEE6H. THE NEW SOUTH. WALES ELECTORS. The political cards in New South Wales have been shuffled -with a vengeance, and of a certainty old party ties have been entirely broken up. Constituted as it is, the House will present the nearest approach to a new lock, stock and barrel legislature that is probable to ever occur again. Unfortunately the old trigger-pullers are returned. Dibbs with his immensity of cheek UUU WAUO-UlUUlfllB uttulUB, I TtUJLUD with his long hair and tiger-like cunning and unscrupulousuess, and George Eeid of the glass eye and small reasoning faculty, but with a redundancy of corner-man wit, will all be there at the meeting of the House. Fortunately, however, the roll of the slain contains many that will never be missed, notably such political humbugs ae Toby Barton, Ninian Melville, Thomas Walker, and the son of the novelist Dickens. That the Dibbs Government is doomed is a foregone conclusion, but the formation of a strong Free trade Government will be no ...

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THE CABINET'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

THE CABINET'S LAMKNT. We are«-hroudc| in .impenetrable gloom dCTBJ', Kor we're surely being drlv^d to 'our doom^e-ay,' '? ?'??'???. By an aggmvattngdifty, which is (eery forfrpmvitfy,: i ... Wt eall. tlie horrid thing t^rnhull s booui-de'rayi ' ' ????.'? , ? ;.. . cwwfy ';;' ??' ' Juki men uct work, ae-ay, And sUrve a(l Oa^, de-ap ' ; ' We «till-MMr pity, de^ay, ,-r r We still draT (»aj-( dfr*y. , . We wjll pay nay, jde'-ay, ta tur'ihuli' boota-db-»y, While we draw pay.'de-ay, ' While we draw pay ! ': Bcoi-es of laboriag meh, mechanics, also grooms, de-ay ;: ' ' ''! '???, 8t«rvlhg wives Jn cold and dreless rooms, de-ay. ' ; . . , ? ? Do their hprtto^nakeutishviddcr, with that wailing lovy -lived mutter ; The atrocious and' absurd 'fee* tabor, booin-de-ay^ '? ?: ' ?_? ? , Let men lack, etc. So we kit 'in stWct seclusion1, day Wdnv, de-ay, ' ? , ? .:. ? . * Aid deny ourselves to all whiJiai'e no pay, de-ay, -, As we dread aK!reature coming, who for poverty goes ?? bumming,1' And i§ Bp...

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A TRUE STORY FOR THE TIMES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

ATOtiil AMPHm^WBWMiwl .' ^&*ti*&Mma«UdJ Hung'rlng 1 starving'! slowly dying I Pinch-? wlthloblflT you «ly 'tis true, You can prove it1, ftctVnu matter? 1. $M m ?hpyj»e, .irtiera ^djwreJIy? Surply In pome idle chatter— - ' '?'? 'WhcntidspMlWaU^WMbifikeii,''),,!!,, . iByJa stditu and it nie reproof. ;,rin ,,,,, ?TIb the fnllv^if vmiriljfi,i-, ? Hili il '' TrBW'IfWTtWB^ r ?I!)i|ri| ci Jhat ^poprjgrpjy poorar stiU,: \¥&r by,year,yofi'fei&ri/lH jtetteafti^, 1 ' Wfthijearttf ttt litou'eUke' nbttlfer umi7 ? Brln^tjie BjtarvJixgujB'fflir'shiJwIiik?1'1' ' 'OombaWa'seefeomS Latfhfa llv&, -u..'. - Hearts wight soften;' if teaM fldwibg,' . -.,: i.Bringfl theetqry ibtok.jto .Divw. .„{,;, (\Tiere to'ifefa tib'^ WanVlfeHUlliW'1''1 ' Ahfl'toleBm'fc thihgbrtwb. '' h-r.n:\-\ Over there'? ! j^es' braWkfr'ilto^ttifflg^' d i ??©n-tnafc rtooh1,-! 'laittwi|tiiW0Uj-)-u; ,? n.f Pibt'g the «aso.of lyester^iiwrningi i . ?'{ 1 T ! ropri ppprmw.! ?tfatitfLfofe\l,-l\l- ,lt...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FOOTBALL OFLASHES [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

mmmmmi L^t MMWlmttU the City for the second time and after a good Iditplay of football the City were returned the victors. ?? ? j|/ . :' Fixture for to day— Railway ,v. City. Wafty was' £n the jjob from B^wt to. ' JLVeaMif irf piece of play waS ended bv! Gillighaii putting jijp third goal;' ' '' t ' ' My 'opinion is ' that BaUWarwill win today.if;- * -'??'??????? ? ;??'?' '?::i.-': B% Abbott -ne of the bftri: mto St ?' Farmer;1, .the ''pity dripper,1 'aMdheyer Eroded -toee/T ' ' ' ' 'V ' '. ';'?'''[' fitTh-nokrt ar,^XA tliA Vtnt+a aAWfanat 'tutAaa ''filcOoWan iave' Wd^f alin'atfc/'b'ttt he ret lised tbTiave anything t* ad' tvith The bite were .' looking voty 'serious the'-firtt'o.narter.' '. .'??? ' ''? ' At times, the boyB played « pretty game taking the ball from one' end; Of Hie ground to the other by H series' 'of 'ittll5;i|iarks.' ? , '' ' ' : ' ' ? ' The Lords Up to dick as usual. 'Tommy was bn the other ground: : Between half-time and . the third quarter 2 goalB went up to re...

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SPORT. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

:;:i;l!H!sJ^i^:f;;;;';;; [By the Owl.] WENTB TOCOME. ?' Judging5 by'the' Way .In1 which Bugler , disposed of' a good field tof horses in the BeUevub'' Handicap Ittji Satuwiky hb Bbpuia be worth matehihgjfor Wnib -tf our ; Bprmg 'handicaps. ''Poor ' Jimmy ty^JOTS wai not well ehpughto look after the horse iii, the last ,feW months, and jfoy he i hai been placed in1 MibkDoyle% han$s '*6 ' shall probably see -a . great improvement in hie condition t-y $neTtiirie our Derby moeetinB: comes , to find.' ? Petrarch ' inade hie reappearance on a ful Sydney trip, and ' althoio^h he managed to squeeze home in the 'Flying Handicap the result inight htwe been otherwise had Palm stood np. The public 'voted him too fleshy, and [expect Dfeasy will show us quite ^ different horse about November. ' '.' '' The syndicate horse Pulvil was put out of his misery last Saturday after »n unsuccessful attempt to ;Bave' him tor stud purposes. ' Lord RoBebery's crack colt Ladas has again suffered defeat at the ...

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WHO CAN TELL? [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

WHtfJPTflM oru-T The uaruo of-the. champion ball ; singer in Port EBperanqe. ; ?The name of the lady at Port, Esperauce who'/ after ttoiriing i»'T lie ! JJofcVeniy fT wihsj ''.played enchi ea* ! itlie Working MMi'sOub,' ..., . j,. , | ., i.Wby thevyoung qarflen^r,. from (Kingston ia ggnerally. . late for ,the , Technical . School tjyuio.a' week'. ' Ip the' attn'o'sphWe 'oiTBJmiaf Bay: ''rtth'er'-teen.' ':i';! '? ''';'?' *' -'-?? ' ': Why Luoaa drives- thei iKiugston ooBoh-of late. Js their, JBule.Qjit fit] ?Mer,, :.;.,.', -.^ ,.:il .:,.,,. v;.,,,,...,, : . Wfiy Bkiin milk, is, etill bringing! topnrifte'^ji'Kln'gBCpn! ;v'!j'! ' Wliy ''the KingBton'1 %l&6k8mU* is1 in' ittVe with ?jfoen'te Shop dooh ' Is it: because there is: aiBeji hawgiug to/it. -.??'. i.- ?.??!?. y\ :'.\'-n -iv-.-.ti-... ??; ? , The ^revrhea^ed. , , old , ? s^ner of the Port who owns the bent place, aud % &I Way* trying *o'fotf- round the good looking girls, i (Docking is a good. cure, , ^ep^pially, ...

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TASSY FOOTBALLERS IN MEL-BOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

TASBV FOOTBALLERS IN MEL BOURNE. Deab Clippie. — Being a native of Hobart and at one lime a supporter of the. Railway Football Club you may be sure I read with interest the football notes in your interesting paper,' which I receive weekly, and I read with pleasure the account of the victory of the red and black (not Essendon) over the blue and White, and I hope to see them come out top at the end of the season. McGuinneBB, late of the City, is now playing with my favorite team, the Mel bourne F.C., and although he has only played in about seven matches ho has earned tor lnmsoll the coveted title of being the best footballer of the season, not Only by the papers, but by the lovers of the game, and it is a common thing to hear after a match 'What price McGuiuuesK ? Aint he a ringer !' and along with his play is tho fair way he does his work. I have seen him in every match and so far he has not had a free kick given against him, although acme of. the matches were very rough. 1 am ? sen...

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SILVER AND GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

silver and Gold. [fir VklBVLKi.]. All the fir.ssle now going on in the world called by some the currency question, aud by others bimetallism, is caused by business men every where demanding -that tbey shall be allowed to pay their debts in either silver or gold, as their fore fathers bad been doing for thou sands of years before them. They demand that the arbitrary laws which were put in force twenty 3'ears ago' to increase the value of gold and take away the value of silver shall be repealed. The most profound students of. the subject all over the world declare that the present disastrous state of com merce,' low prices, low wages, want of employment, and a host of oi her evils are all due to, this change in our currenriy, which Americans de clare was a sharp scheme carried out- by a ring off London mouey lenders to increase the value of their: guineas. If it was so, they are certainly a calculating lot, as it is -now Imugiug them in about a hundred millions a year more interest th...

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MOSTLY UP NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

mm up Worth. [By Caklos,] . . . '. rxow we do slobper over a new comer to be sure. : ^ he js a bor^e-; thief pnt of work, a, suu-dned missionary, or a inusician ,whp can get through ' Aftor the ban 'on an accordepn* , without a mistake, is heralded with as much cerpnjbpy.as a hero of e h aaiiei fights. £*nere has just been appointed to tbe con dflctprsliip of Sfc- Joseph's Band a young man namiid Lilhgow, who hails from New Zealand. He is, I believe, a clever young musician, and « decent sensible chap withal, but he has not fel been longeaongh in Liunceston to see the .difference between Biisban^-Btree't i^nd. ^il more's lane ; yet the Churn with its customary pride said the other day that the St. Joseph's -Band had made a marked progress since Mr.. Ljtbgow took charge, considering he had only conducted three, practices with them. Fancy. ' the good old Joes,' the oldest band south the line, and one of the best too, making such marked : progress in three rehearsals of some of their o...

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MINES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

Mp-#l0]IHfln:; Management. [By Mineu.] 'Still harping on 'the one Btring' used to be said of the Liberator when lie inveighed apaiupt . wjiat he considered the wrongs of his country, and bu advice ww ' Agitgle, , agitate/' So self and, thank God, thousands of others are determined to flg'tate till the moral atmosphere of mining is purified ; till the whitod sepulchres are fumigated and cleansed by— doubtless to the microbes — the deadly sulphur of criticism. When paramical influence is brought to bear towards the palliation ot impostures the community is in bad case, my masters. But jet another step on the downward road and the swell'mob will by a judicious investment of half-orowns in the Sab' bath Day plate, raise uuto themselves buckles and bulwarks that are now only employed in defending the frauds of mining. And a church, my brethren, is in baa case too when it becomes a registry office for servants. Cases of men praying and singing themselves into the good graces of the princi...

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MINING Notes and Tips. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 28 July 1894

Mining - Notes and Tips. , : [BT &N0MK.] - THS.AUdTiMI.MV SJWNG S'l'ANDiBW for 2 1st iast. contains the follow ing :— ' At ? tlio Silver Queen a parcel of ore tuis 'd by oho of' the .Jfibute panics fibm flic oxidised fpde on Section 39, and sold rpcently, realised within a trifle of £20 par ton. This is theljde which the manager some ti-ne ago was ex tremely desirous of working, but iprder of the bjard. The tribute parties arc generally doing well and 'netting good returns ; but unless progressive work is speedily insu gu rated by the corapiny the mine most eventually be closed down, as -t'b.0 present system, forced upon the manager by the directors, of picking the eyes out of the mine cannot couttnue beyond a limited period. A more enlightened policy is there fore imperative.' It is matter for regret, indeed, that a silver mine which once hold premier position in this colony should merit such criticism as this —a criticism (hat will be road throughout Australia. The extra o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 4 August 1894

? GBAND BEETHOVEN CONCERT. *T» O W N HALL, TUESDAY NEXT, Aug. 7. j Patronage and presence of Lord and Lady I Gorraanston and Suite. CHOEUS 70 VOICES, with Grand Organ. Conductor ... Mr. Otto Linden Organist ... Mr. Stanmst Chippebfield Pianiste ... Miss Lettie Eoi-eb (Her last appearance in Hobart.) In aid of that most worthy Charitable Institution, ' ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANAGE. Tickets— 3s., 2b., and Is. Front Seats Reserved at Walch's. Tickets limited) early application necessary, at Miller's, Topics, Walch's, and from SUters of Charity. ED. MULCAHY. TDY SPECIAL BEQUEST. MR. F. M. ALEXANDER'S SECOND DRAMATIC RECITAL, On MONDAY, 6th AUGUST, At TOWN HALL, Assisted by Mrs. Geo. Huston, Miss E. Miller, and Mrs. R. Young, and Messrs. Bradshaw-Major and T. G. Lovert. RECITALS — ' Invective against Sir Robert Peel,' 'The Dream of Eugene Aiam,' ' The Death of Poor Jo ' (DickenB), 'The Tent Scene from Eiobard III.' (Shakespeare;) FOUR HUMOROUS SCENES. TASMANIAN MILITARY BAND. Under the patrona...

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