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SILVER IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Silver in India. ,... The following cutting from the Barrier Miner will be perused with interest : — ? ? 'When lately the cable flashed the news that the Government of India had decided to close the mints of India to the private coinage of silver a panic in the silver market ensued, and the results have -been anxiously watched by every man on Broken Hill and by everyone interested in the welfare of the mines and town. It -was at first thought that the pur chase of silver by the Indian market would cease ; but it has since been made pretty clear that, as in India there is a population of some 300 millions of natives who are ac customed to trade in silver and think in silver as an Englishman thinks in gold, it i$ not probable that such an event will ensue. In an article in the laet issue of ' The Australasian Insurance and Banking Record' it is pointed out that, while last year's world's production of silver was I43,000,000o2j., India and other parts of Asia consumed 60,000,000oz., at...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

njrQv&bieh maillnby^itiaieionl' invest ?tJ- rnentfi in Tiflnd. .. TiBiBSfTANA, if ? '? ! ;: iTheJfoith' Shore of iHobart. 'AUotmentaJ-fib x.lbo.JBlOj 60 x ^00, je20. On; Easy 'Terms, ?JfilJ^posit1 and £l per imonth, hd iuteorest; ? - ^Planfe: and' particulars, «:AV11 L»iO\J lVi^tAMD-'lGENT .': :?'?;! I-CooVb Chambers,'1 ' ??? KLI^AJBETH^STOEET^'yHoit^aT. Braldljey & Spn, ' 61 CdLLtNg . - gTEEET^ UOBAET, ': -House, taiid, aid tJominWon1 Agents. (Bents and Debts collectea.'1 'Ptpperties managed under personal supervision. Loans pegotmtod: -on reasonable terms, .Safe lu ;yestnient on sound e^urity £ordei»sits to any amount. . '' \\T. ANTED. KNOWN.-Parp^h Delivery. VV- Jaaies Jordan notifies that , the old businoss is Btill oarried :onr at 81 Murray isWaet, (opposite ffigHfield Hallj iiot 1G0 LiverpppJ-^trBet. _? ......... . ^^ Enterprise If ottel, . ; BRIGHTON: : JUNC.T1Q N. GEORG|J EAVJjS, '???'. ??' Lateo'f STD^BT HOTEL, HOBART Desires to inform his numerous friends a...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

PLAI ST'ER Wants buyers Ladies' Hose, 3 Id. PLAISTER Wants buyers for Ladies'. Umbrellas, from Is. lid. to 108. 6d. PLAISTER ' Wants buyers for Ladies' Heavy Black Jerseys, 4s. 6d. . PLAISTER Wants buyers for Gents' .Merino Under Vests, Is. 3d. PLAISTER : Wants buyers for Beys' Knicker Suits from 8s. lid. PLAISTER Wants buyers for Carpet, a yafd wide, 5 id PLAISTER Wants buyers fo». everything, at half the price of any other Draper. 95 ELIZABETH-STREET' 95 Lloyd's Buildings. The People's Draper! FOOTBALL: S.T.F. ASSOCIATION PREMIERSHIP MATCH. HOLBBROOK V. RAILWAY. TO-DAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Trains, 2.10 and 2.60. Return Trains, 4.15 and 4.50. ... .. Carriages Reserved for Lading ? ?- \ Pavilion Tickets at window: Admission, 6d., or including Train fare, 9d. Non-members are requested to alight from Vehicle at Alain Entrance. , THOS. R. MARSDEN, Hon. Sec. S.T.P.A. J, G. Tolman & Sons 27 OLD MARKET. Sydney and all Colonial Coals. Steam cut Firewood to any Length. AT 1.OWF.ST POSSIBLE...

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MUSIC AND THE STAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

MuiDMDftE Stage. .?'nBr:-tKiMH0.1 ?? The iBotanie Gardens find Barrack . square were,, left tnusiclesB on last Sunday, .'the-.-. City, Band anil the comfortable [pleasure - trip appoint ments of the e.6. Nubeena enticing a respectable number of our Anusic lorers .. -awav to bright Kingston! , .(Brown's, liiycr), and .a, doliglitful 1 ' afternoon was spent on the jiflm .-, yagers of$he:loTC?y 9^'?^* an^ \x^eaiterraBe,aii:;Bkyj-nliyened by the ' Ttiind'e bnlljapt playing of ' Gzanna^ Marie's qyerj;uraj to M Sham Fight ' (-' Petite Guerre'), and other good music. This very enjoyable initial trip of the Nubeena augurs well for the season. Monday's concert at the Town Hall, under the auspices, of the Australian Natives' Association, was well attended, and a musical success. The Tasmanian Orchestra, under Mr. Issell's Mtbnj gave their musical hearers a good taste of how enjoyable an orchestral performance can be made when placed in the hands of skilled professional players. The overture t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PALMKISTRY FIRM AND SOLID HANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

fomw ? TIBM ATSTp feOLlt) #A;NT-S. jyijprG I'thp ?palin.ps fjrJ^,,an^ soj(id |eyen to hardness^.iifii.ndicajtes. ^Btrphg constitution, onq'.that.,pnfj.ui.;esl hard work and resists . fatigue, . It . also .shows' a constant,;, patient,.., and per 'severincr. .mind... I| to this ipajui are 'joined .'.thin,, bony, pugers/j -yith , knots ..at th.e joints, tlje person wijl be, a th.in.kar, but pne.pjf. slow., jd^iijt coij-, o^ptibnjVwtio. pffjl^ , B^fmire, 'time anld'i !ab.or to elaljopate his .tpojjjghi. ... If , on the . contrary, . ljarg& 'jinassiye ifingiers. prc jpiribd to; a hari paJir»;.,t^),e man. possessing them /will be fitted o4lyiJfor | manual labor. .:;.,.,.,. ?..'?.; ? ....:'.?; ';, ANSWERS. ?? : ' ? ?:'.'?' 4ny pne desirous ot ^ dcscriiitioo ; of character by inoanB of tliis cbarmiug art has only to enclose au-outliud-of JtJiMr lifliid, wi«i';]-2 iwiiiij-ataintis taiidijpssjjd ??!,&,i,o,Z Q]ramifl-mofilt,.iw$ the fa: ?Bfcnptiofa will al-i)eaV in tme column....

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Flaws & Williams, 128 LIVERPOOL STREET. EVENING DRESSES EVENING DRESSES EVENING DRESSES VALUE EXTRAORDINARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY VALUE EXTRAORDINARY Flaws & Williams TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES TWEED COSTUMES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES Flaws & Williams, 123 LIVERPOOL STREET. T O O K A~T T H I S. J. Mulrennan Begs to inform the public that he has REMOVED to 152 LIVERPOOL-St (Next door to Mr. Maddook's butchei shop), whore he has a Large Assortment of SOOTS on hand, which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH All Boole bought from me can be guaran teed, as they are made on the premises, oi wooden lasts, and no rivets used. ANOTHER CL IPPE B Mackenzie Is offering a Beautiful Iron-framed Piano Trichord, Check Action, for £2,5. Terms arranged. Note the address : 76 MACQUARIE-STREET. THE Hobart Exchange. Lower Macquabie-btreet, Hobabt. STAFFORD BIRD and CO., Property, Produce, Stock and Sharebrokers, House, Land and Estate Agents, Shipping a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Ska||n Jpf sitting! 1 VAX^ RINf . Ev^ijrj NiGmyi Ad Wednesday j|tt||; Saturday Afternoons, ! Floormaster fejw^ys in attendance. CITY BAlgjb'j|N ATTENDANCE. | . J. DUTTON, I v^AIRDRESSBB ANP TOBACCONIST :-A. (late of Bjjujie^ Melbourne), lisSiaUa lSS^fiteKSBErH-STRBET, nest Cockshutt's store. LadieB' and Children's Hair carefully cut. Give Onk Tbiai.. REID& HARBORS GOKTRACTOflS & JOINERS. 'staircases a speciality. 4lass cases, shop fittings, french polishing 4 jobbing Of all description done at the very -???. LOWEST RATES, ' ? ' ? ' ? ' At- ?? 215 ELIZABETH-STREET. John Bradley | ' (MBMBBE HOBABT STOCK EXCHANGE), I STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, ' Hobart Stock Exchange, 3 Collins-street, Hobart. j J...E. Ben, f TTAIRDRTSSSER J (Late of Liverpool-street), j B E M O V E D I TO No. 67 MACQTTARtE-STREET. TRY E. Keen &, Co. for Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repairs. Lowest possible | prices. 118 Liverpool-st. | T T Q LIVERPOOL-ST.— Tho Working \ 1 1O Man's Friend. Watches cl...

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JAPANESE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

JAPANESE IN QUEENSLAND. While in Australia at this moment there are at least 40,000 pairs of idle hands, Bjiys the Barrier Miner, while there are ipou on the verge of starvation, while the official and other reports from ahnost every ceujtre. sound warnings to men not to go here find - to keep away from there, 527 Japanese were landed at Queensland ports recently, landed from a vessel whose agents axa a firm whose senior member is in the Minis-' try. while another partner 'is a membpr; landed from a vessel manned almost entirely by Japanese. At Cairns this vessel — the Saganii Maru— landed 60 Japanese aud an overseer ; at Dungeness 160' were set down ; at TownsviUe 102 ; at Mackay .03. They were all specially im ported for the . sugar plantations ; further than that nothing is known. What is the state of the white iabor market in that very district may be gathered from tho fact that in Bundaberg alone 160 persons are now bo destitute that they have to be sup ported by Go vernmentcha...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

eLA-3KERY. : 'But still hia tongue rt& on, . And, with its everlasting olaok, ' ? Set all men'e ears upon the radk.'— - HDDlttfi,,; .'.j; . Mr. Yoke is a podge, like his dad, and Urs. York can give him a couple of inohes in height, consequently in the photographs more recently taken the Udy is represented sitting, for even she must not be permitted to detract from the dignity of our future king. Jabez Spenobb Balfpjtr. manipulator and purloiner of the English Liberator Building Society, is seeling the protection of the Argentine Government from the revenge of some of his victims who have formed a syndicate to quietly bring the swindler bsek to iustice by the aid of a lassoo, a gag, a blanket, or some such effective method of abduction. Tasmania could afford a few pounds to run in a few of its erstwhile citizens, just as A ^warning to others of the same ilk, commencing with Champagne Charlie, who has attached his. brass plate to an office in 'Frisco, and IB now waiting for fl...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

When the last mail left England T. Loates was still at the head of the list of winning jockeys with 96 victories to his credit, his nearest followers being M. Gannon 81, G. Barrett 69 and J. Watts 48.

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SKETCH THE CANVASSER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

A s^etgn: 1 [Br;MoMtJB.T THE' CANVASSER.' ?? The following odd compilation twas received, hy one of tlie Jbrethren of the ' Universal Society of. B.oot In flicters ' from a gi-ateful victim ;— Dear Gravonor,^ — 'Praps you re member yours truly fend jjraps you don't, as no doubt I rp not the. fiist by long chalke as . you've wprried into doin a good turn for tfabirselves, least waye I'm the chap you 6old a book to up at our camp as is called ' Beams of Health kp,d Temperanqe!' ^Wlieu j'ou came to oui- roost the chaps wanted to pat you ia the creek right off, but Bil Smith, a fair and upright chap,' bill ses ho give -ihe feller fair play, and as W I'manlenglish man, the fellers ,sed that's ail light for england, but fciieso is coloneys and weu you is in the coloneye do as the coloneye does and that's shove a dooced peramberlatering book agent into the creek, but 1 seen you was a elderly man and awn a great respect for age as I expects to be old myself some day if I don't die fust so s...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

FdOTBALiWOTES. TBr RuOK.1? ? There was a fair aftemblage at Risdon list Saturday when fffiwjy and Hole brook tnqk. The gains wjw yery fast from the jittnte Holebrook :h*y)ng the advan tage ofiftV wind. ThfaaSpehinds and one goal (|tioVed 1 y GibsiW).) were quickly | LoislcdHftSt tho red aim bines, the blue and wlnteB mi being u&yp Another behind] Mwadde«eJ;heHj§§jS-rook, and then thai quarter tlhiB A^asSng :— Holebrook 1.41 ;ity nil. In the' second quarter the City] had the breeze but the Jlolebrook played a grand idefeciive gam* 'andijirevented the blue and whites from scoring anything bn yoria-K-iir.)niriCir ^otofcr, &hile 'tile7 red and I blues put up_ajipt,her behind, H.alf ' time :^SB^Sr6o^~l%'Viif( beHmasrTXe^ City made a bptte? stand in, the third quarter, but the' play on -both'- sides was pretty rough, free kicks being numerous. At three-quarter time the score stood :— Holebrook 1$, City:6.behinds. . In the. final quarter the City rallied up and Guest: kicke...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Mining Notes and Tips FBt Gnome.! The election of directors for the Silver Queen has been the principal topic of conversation during the week. The attack made upon Mr. Taylor by his co-directors was considered by many most unfair, and Mr. Tavlor'a spirited reply enlisted sympathy on his behalf. There is a love of fair play in the breast of the majority of men, and the tactics adopted to injure Mr. Taylor by the exhibi tion of a letter from the mining manager, threatening to resign if Mr. Taylor were re-elected, created some feeling of indignation. The statement made by Mr. James, the mining manager, at Thurs day's meeting of shareholders that Mr. Taylor had never, directly or indirectly, attempted to interfere in the mining management was received with evident satisfaction, and many shareholders were heard to express regret that they had been hoodwinked into voting against the latter. Although no direct vote was taken at the meeting on Thursday, the feeling was very clearly shown th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

?~~*—'1- ''??- ? j FOR ''? ' ; whooping coypH, itoWa! coi^snQQliiJHSjigraiiujBaNCHitisi: . 'Vte, 0SB.'^LATyp.trsf;;.]rocALVMts:aLOB^tosjEMM.cr.|«^i;j^. .'''? ?'.'?; '.'? -.'??? iii!-..' 1b. Bottles. '' '' ItoH' vor Rheuniatisni^ ,,-.,, r.i.i .-tt.i-i- ?'?'??? ??'^'?':-:_±^jj_}^_J^2. OWlbhtihs^Chfcpped 1/unjbago, Spifttic, iflH|HHBEH|nB993n^D^|^^^^^H; Hands, 'CutBltBiieS, P^8in|egtant- .use lllllBnilHVLMIlSHllfl' ' ? U8e ' ? ?l ' EUCAxypTus |3yH0|3sHMM|^MHH''£' **** Ax-TPTus OIL, , .^8. Botttes, i^^^^^^^^M^BHI^H^^H '' ? OINTMENT: . For.'p^rps, Bc*ld«, .^^^^^^^^ffl^y^'^^^^^^^^^^TV^' ': i'lev'Tinb.. : ? '. CUTTION.— isk lor ^tlatyp^s,',' .^lioalyptUB Preparations, and -dbn't lie put ioff '? v/ith ' '' ? '''-? '' any^.tW.Jjrajid.! rAll othOrsareimita/tibna^ i ;??!?? ? i '?':'''. . 77 BATHUE$T :6T'.,' ,&;6iAB.T.J .138 LEADENff4fc& STi E.d.'i iONDONj ' . '

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SKITTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Skittles. There was a very large attendance of patrons of the game of skittles at Messrs. Francis and Ryan's alley on Wednesday evening last, when Messrs. W. Delaney and Jno. Hurst played a game first 20 horses, £10 aside. Th-: seating accommo dation of the saloon, which is the finest of its kind in Hobart, was taxed to its utmost capacity, and Mr. Jas. Francis, who acted as mastur of ceremonies, had the building neatly adorned with flags, etc. Those who were unable to gain admission to the alloy took an outside ticket, and by a rather in genious arrangement had a good view of the match. Hurst got tho lead with 3 horses to love, and although Delauey managed to score he was rather slow. When the game stood Hurst 16, Delaney 12, the latter pulled himself together until tho game stood 17 all. Delaney went right out, leaving Hurst at 17, the time occupied being 2 hours ; there were 35 tieR during the match. Wagering on the event was very brisk, the audience including all the leading spo...

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FREE SPEECH. ANOTHER TAXATION EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

JFREE SPEE6H. ANOTHER TAXATION EFFORT. 'l^bwi/j; jt% wpnjb of time: is bringing forth' the' 'taxation proposals of the Mipisitry, though the fruit of each suocessive birth is of the most hybrid description, the latest. being 'a Bill to impose for the y«ar 1893 a tax upon land ana a tax upon .tue interest derived from mortgages upon land.' This measure has a rather speoious democratic title, but in reality is only a kind of sop thrown to certain members to ensure support. It is chiefly remarkable for its retrospec tive character — a feature always re pugnant to the British people, and which it is to be earnestly hoped will always remain bo — and the exemption from taxation of the equitable mort gage, viz., moneys advanced by bankers and others upon deeds de posited as a lien. The entire measure bears the impression of a crude and hastily conceived method of graaping revenue from any source whatsoever, and consequently in its actual work ing to a great extent impracticable, and theref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

^r^iw (Direct) ; '-ttAfces- AiKTD: PltferGETS GREATLY ? . ... ©EDUCED. ? ? . i . ? The New arid 'Favorite ; ! S.S. 'TAMBO' !: ? Leave* Dunn-street- :Pieiy Hobarty 'WEDNESDAY/ September 6; at noon. Salpoft P»»iBttg«fe— W&& Shillings {20s,) Foreoatnn Passengers— Ten Shillings (10s.) . - .fruit (per bnshol:WiBe)^-Si)tpeliCe (6d.) General Goods— Fiye Shillings, -6s.) per 1 '? ' ' ? : ton {?weighl or tneasureinent p,t ship's ? ?-bpti6n.) Frpm Launceston to IHei bourse. THE EXPRESS PASSENGER ; .&S. 'COOGEB,' Leaves. Launceston Wharf . .. . , EypRY THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. - ?? (Return tickets available by Union Com ; .. pany's steamers, if deBired.) FARES— Saloon, 80s; Return, 60s. Fore-Cabin, 20s; Return, 30s. Lacnceston Agents: k The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). ? ? ' . HOBAET OPFICBB : ... Lower Davey-street. HUDDART, PAR3KER & CO, Limited. Union Line of ,-jl-r Steamers. Tl-e: Largest and Best Appointed . Fleet of Steamships ...

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HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

Hoiden Hubbub, Each and every mortal hour it lasts, in this manner j the infinite hubbub uusluckeucd. LEGAL INFORMATION WANTED. Such is the trouble of the Hobart Marine Board. Now, simple folk would at once consider that our wardens were anxious to get sorae wrong righted, and required informa tion on a knotty point of judicature, so bb to save the Board's money. Such, however, is not the trouble — not folk of that sort, Having been asked to toe the mark in reference to certain of their members being in terested in contracts contrary to law, they are now apparently seeking in formation — which is doubtless now being acted on — as to how they may evade the law. To wit — (a) Whether the Warden of the Marine Board of Hobart having an interest iu the vessel, and carrying goods for the Board as a common carrier, is sub jected to the disqualification under clause 33, 53 Vic, No. 34. (b) Whether such shipowner, carrying goods as a common carrier, can legally refuse to carry goods for the M...

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OUR POLITICAL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

OUR POLITICAL MEETINGS. Politicians outside the charmed circle, of the House of Assembly have b&en somewhat plethoric during ,the last few days, and hence we. have )ia4 three public meetings. Had they; taken the form of a triad some eood might have eventuated; but certainly but small results can be expected from the meetings of Saturday and Tuesday nights. The- first was called by the Mayor in answer to $ requisition. That is all the public had a chance to learn, and but few knew even that much, consequently the attendance was anything but. satisfactory to the conveners. All the arrangements lacked organisation, ana tue principal speakers suffered from that peculiar form of lacka daisical opposition to the Ministerial programme that wa6 so apparent at the first public meeting held in pro test against the tea and sugar duties. Some amount of good may arise from the small contribution to the agitation on land reform, and for that perhaps, it deserves credit. Tuesday's meet ing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 2 September 1893

p AT ON & 0;B, El EN COMMERCIAL, PRINTERS. - j We have made our name ' for the I BUST CLASS OP PBIVTINGkj Ball Programmes, Visitino Cards, I CiboclabSj Etc. I Address — | ELDON CHAMBERS,: I 16 ELIZABETH-STREET. HOBART. | p L 0 C K S REPAIRED! v^ Cheapest in Hobart. I An assistant sent for clocks any 'addrossl No extra charge. I Edwin E. Sargeant (Late of Abbott & Saijgeant), g 97} El.I/.ABETH-STBBET. . . I OALVATION ARMyI In Aid of tho Destitute. I Pleasure Excursion to Brown's Rivorl nu Wednesday next, 2.80 p.m. Popular s.s| Huon is engaged. Splendid Ban 1. Fare! Is. j Children, 6d. Come in Crowds. Securil Tickets early. Captain Miller. 1 OROWN'S RIVERi Excursion Steamship Nubeena makes I EXCURSION . . 1 to the above, Sunday, 2.30. I PARES— ONE SHILLING Alfred Perry, COMMISSION AGENT.— Valuationj \-J made for Bills of Sale and Probate! .Exchange Mart, Collins-st. E Webb Bros.,   BEG TO NOTIFY TO THE PUBLIC of Hobart that they have opened a &nbsp...

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