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European Cables. London, October 15 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

European Cables. [By SUBM ARIN1Q CABINS], [l'noM our own connEsPONnEST.] London, October 15, 1 Excitement still continues on the E,« change, and colonial stocks are tJ depressed. Brokers suggest that Ausld ban Governments should issue TreosJ Bills instead of floating loans. I Dillon and O'Brien arc about to take t\\M departure from France in a vaeht. Ih9 destination being America, the Pope, iul said, desires to confer with them. 1 Adelaide mineral deposits recent]! deposited in the Sheffield Museum LbvJ been destroyed by fire. I The silver market continues to fall, pricJ ruling, 4s. l£d per ounce. I A cashier in the employ of tbeitjeil Zealand Shipping Company has embeaifel £?50,000. ' \ I At a banquet given to the Earl of Jersey! by the corporation of Oxford, the Etrll made referenco to the kindly feeling snj| generous instincts of the colonials, anil the vast mineral wealth that abounded igl Australia. He advocated closer union] between the colonies and England in thtl matter of c...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

Business Notices J. G. A. STITT, M.M.S., Analytical and Metallurgical Chm.ist and Mineralogist. Assaying done for prospectors and the public generally. Silver Queen Assay Office, Mouut Zeehan. A DVANCE TASMANIA. GOOD NEWS FOR THE WEST COAST MINEBS ! ! ! Whilst you have been opening up the maguiticiont mineral fields Of Zeehan and Dundas, we have been trying to develop Tas mania's vast resources in quite another direction. We have been testing the virtues of some of our native trees and plants ?, and in the BLUE GU11 OF TASMANIA (Eucalyptus Glbuluh).— We hare found a curative agent second to none. EUCALYPTUS OIL and EUCALYPTUS EXTRACT are fast becom ing known as tbe great remedies for—, Bheun'.atitm, Sprains, . Lumbago Sore Throats, Croup, Diphtheria, Bronchitis, Sciatica, Influenza, and Whooping Cough..^; Their action is always certain ; they never fail to give relief. We believe we are the only makers in Tasmania, and as the true Blue Gum can only be obtained here, we urge everyone...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

Intercolonial Cables. I [from our own correspondent] ? VICTORIA. 1 Melbourne, Friday. ? At the City Police Court this afternom Alfred George Jones was committed hi trial ou a charge of fraudulent insolvency, j he was allowed bail in two securities of j £100 each, and himself in £800. Ac- 1 cused was a merchant, carrying on busi-J ness in William-street, and absconded I ? 7 ? m to London, where lie gave himself up. I Ketch, Robert Burns, arrived in bajl this morning iu charge of the mate, after! a perilous voyage across the straits, til master,- George Sayers was washed over/1 board, and drowned on Monday, nea'l Hunter's Island. 1

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SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] DISASTER TO THE PIONEER. REMINE. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

SHIPPING. . ??? ? ? ??? ? ? ?Hy electric telegraph. \ [FBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] DISASTER TO THIi P1ONEEB. Heminu. October 17. The s.r. Pioneer crossed bar 6 p.m., with the flag mast head foi assistance, under canvas. Presume shaft is broken. No immediate danger. Standing well out to sea. Wind fresh, southerly. ; Later. , Remine, 11-23 a.m., This Day. Ofcrn correspondent reports no sign of s.s. Pioneer this morning Cambria, s.s., passed north at 7-30 a.m. in search of her. i Tip PIONEER SAFE. * . Cambria about 5 miles off Macqtiarie Heads, with Pioneer in tow, at 230 p.m. Sea very rough.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

tlTBEYNOLDS & CO.'S ? Line of steamers between fcoBART AND STBAHAN. I « BELLINGER,' 280 tons, ?eaves Hobart every Wedues May at noon, and Strahan every mT Friday at 3 p.m. I 'BOWRA,' 250 tons, ?bead's Holiart every Saturday? ?and Stralian every Tuesday. ? ??? 'ADVANCE,' I For Trial Harbour every . I opportunity. ? Stock and Sharebrokers. I STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, I (Commission only). ? BKGULAE ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. ? Clients' Stock obtained and placed at beet prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, 76, COLLINS STREET, Hokaiit. . Telephone 2fiB. STOCK. AND SHAREBROKERS, MINING & COMMISSION AGENTS. S3&95 COLLINS ST., HOBART. TELEPHONE, Ko. 1S9.' /IHAiS. E. HOWBOYD, 8tog£ & Shabebrokeb, 78 OQt tIN3 ST., HOBART, E jtetabot Hobari Stock'ExchaljgOr ? .... ? 'ftphic Address — 'Howrojd,. fiobart.1' I ICHARD CROSBY, I / STOCK AND SHAREBROKER I jctnber of ; the Hobart Stock Exchange) I / BLDON CHAMBERS, L 18, ELIZABETH STREET, I I HOBA11T. BAYLEY & WALCH I STOCK...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald MONDAY, OCTOBER, 20, 1890 ZEEHAN TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

THE 'For the cause that lacka aisistanoa For the wrong that needs resistance For the future In the distance And the good that we oan do.' MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1890. ZEEHAN TOWN ALLOTMENTS. Mb Commissioner Fowell bas brought the Zcchanamites the welcome news that the town allotments will be avail able as residence areas within three weeks, although the method of distri bution lias not yet been decided upon. That there will be an eager rush for these sections ? is evidenced by the crowded state of the local hotels; and all classes of the community — from the wealthy speculator to the humble miner — will no doubt vie with each other in endeavouring to obtain the choicest sites upon which to erect their cosy villas or modest ' humpies,' as the' case may be. We understand that the Government has yet to decide whether to throw the blocks open for selection in the usual manner or to submit them for sale by auction to the highest bidders, the proceeds to be vested in the local Board of Healt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890

Special Advertisements jgEEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood that ; he as opened a BRANCH adjoining the Bank of Van Diemen's Laud, \ under the management of Mr. E. C. ; ;J: BAVTES, where an excellent , ? Assortment of UEtJGS, PATENT MEDICINES ! SICK-ROOM APPLIANCES, ;: RERPUMERY, HAIR, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET PREPARATIONS, ETC., ETC., will be procured at Town Prices. T. L. HOOD, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND MUSIC SELLER, : LIVERPOOL and ELIZABETH STREETS, j HOBART. I T. L. HOOD solicits the patr nage of his ? West Coast Friends, and begs tooassure them \ that any orders committed to his care will \ have prompt aiyLfisSESfii at|x:jjtion._^. ? — ? ; J*8JH0S'of every kind kept in stock. If not ?-vTififtock, will l-c procured with the least ? possible delay. i ., NEWSPAPERS supplied with punctuality and regularity. Terms for newspapeis being ?* strictly payments in advance, a subscription \' should accompany...

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GLOVE FIGHT. MELBOURNE, Last Night [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

GLOVE FIGHT. BY ELECTRIC TJSLEGIiAPlI. [FllOU -OU11 OWN COBHiiSPOHDJSNlC] , Melboubne, Last Night: i- A Boxing ?' Contest between. ; Peter Jackson and Joe (xbddard, of eight rounds, for; a purse of, £400, took place at the Crystal Palace, Bichniond, this evening, when there were about 3,00,0 persons present. $oth me-u stripped an the pink of condition, an*df during the fifs't three rounds Jackson appeared to have the best of it, (ioddard fighting very wildly. ? In the fourth round Jackson knocked his opponent dbwh, puffed up his 'left eye! and bruised the other, this settled (xoddard into steady fighting, and some very hard, blows were exchanged; ending one referee favouring Goddard aud the other Jackson. Professor Miller then came forward and de clared it a draw, amidst loud applause.

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Stock & Share Market. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

Stock & Share Market. ? : o : — — [BY ELECTUIO TELEGRAPH.] [mom ouruwn cobubspondbnt.] '' HOHART, Tuesday. The following' wiles nhd quotations were mada on tho Hobart Exchange to-day : — Golden Gate, b. 46s, s 50s : North Gate, b 2s 9d, s 2s ltd, sales 2s Oil ; Mnthinna, b Is 6(1,8 4s; Mount Victoria, b 10s; Argent, b £0, s £7 ; B&lstrups, b 6a .3d, s 6s ?d ; Cornet, b LS ISs, s L0 5s ; ' Comet Extended, h 70«, 72s, s 73 ; Comstock, b 10s, s 13s 6d ; Grubb's, b 1b 5d, s In 6d; Godktns (paid up), b 8s Id, a 8s 4d ; Hobart P.A., b L26, s L27 ; King Dundas, b Is, « Is Od ; Eapi, b Is 9d, s 2s 3d ; ManganeBe, b 7a 9A, s8s ; Monte Christo, b la 8d; s 2s ; Alpntana, b lls ; Pyramid, b Is 2d,s Is 6d ; llenison Bell, b L3 15b, bL4; Robertson', b 24s, s 30s; Dukes, b 6d, 8 8d ; Beauty, b 2d, s 3d ; Junction, b Is 7d; s Is OJ.-sales Is6d, Is 8Jd; King, b L41 ; Queen, b n5s, a 67s Od ; ? unrise, b3s 3d, s 3s 6d ; Sylvester, b 2b, s 2s Id, sales 28; Sylvesters fpaid up), b 2s 9d...

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The Great Strike MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

The Great Strike. [BY SUBMARINE GABLE.] [FROM OUR OWN C0BBESP0NDENT.] ' MELBOURNE, Monday. A coa&jrenv.e took place to-day, between twelve , representatives from tlie Marine UHicers' Association aud the Shipowners' Association. The former explained that the reason they had ufiiliuted themselves with tlie Tiadea' Hal I Couucil, was that they were over-worked. Mr. Smith, chair llieir connection with the Trades' Hall Council, they could not be taken back, and rel'eired the deputation to the manifesto that had been published by the Employers Ibiiuu. Tlie deputatiuuiata siitl they thought it improved, their position to be uiHILated to Uie Trades' Hull Council, and were not to be bought buck for any bribe sivsn them for leaving the Trades' iiall iMQcil,

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MINING. THE SILVER STREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

. MINING. '' '{j&Ydtra special, mb. a d. gib.son] THE SILVER STREAM. U^t week I had the satisfaction r of re porting on a newly discovered lode on the Silrester S.M. Co.'s property, and took occasion to draw attention to the necessity of i more thorough By stem of prospecting Wing ipitated all over the field, but more especially in the western portion of the Zeehan district. This wejk I have to „ record what promisee to be an important nwsovery on the above claim. The prop/ erty is situated in the extreme western I district, where, at no great distance, ijie | pnite of the Heeinsfeirfc abuts against the % slates of the great silver beari'ng zoue. ?'tonsists of one section of irregular shape, jNo. 1642, containing 60 acreaf lying due jm«t from -the -Comstock miijfe, from which, wiseparated by two other tfectione.portion ^itlie claim occupies the Western slope of, , * rather 'Comment' buttoii grass hill, ? ihVi I luriace S which is fflfr the moRt part TOea b; the Buporiicfial ...

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EUROPEAN CABLES London, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

[?] [BY SUBMARINIQ CABLES]. [mom our own contiEsroNnnsT.l London, October 19. Tin? sum of £14,000 has been for warded, by John Burns, on bahnlf of English Labour Union*, to Australia', in aid of strike fund, and £2,000 additional has been sent by the Amalgamated' Engineers Association. Tho Shipping Federation Leagde propose raising the sum of L25,600 as a general fund, by means of a levy of id per ton on all vessels owned. by tlje members. '?'?'-'? October 20. Silver quoted at 49 l§d per ounce. ? , The Australian Colonies are to receive ?a visit from General Booth, of Salvation Army renown. . . - ' ' ? i Funds arc being raised in ; Eugland k to assist the Irish National League.' ,, * The ' Economist ' and ' Standard '' express great satisfaction at the defeat of tho Australian strikers, and hopes that it will have a beneficial effect in future. The Prince of Wales, according to Messrs Dillon and O'Brien, is favouE ableto Home Rule. ' ' ri ?.' ? ' The Pope has declined to receive a v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

. :::i,. ;: ' '''Business Notice '? ? '_ ? ?_ ? ? ,_. M^p^ttfQII^LiyTS Ac IMPORTERS v HOBART, ? *;???!'? ????;: ?? ? ?'; HAVE FOR SALE— 'l '' ' ? i-^%lNES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS,: :.)mi.,,GPJERAL GROCERIES, ETC.,, '-' 1'' 1 ; »? ? ALSO, poiotiiqJ Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, ttc. r Particulars on Application. ^]|lINS & MUBBAY STREETS, , To the Tasmanian jM^^^K^^^^rafef Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) Importers. -,.?! : OSailJItl^^Y STREET, HOBART. Watch Repairing - our Speciality. — We have the roost reliable work men obtainable, and our prices are the most moderate. Any information regarding our business can be obtained from Mr. Calder, ZigJian and Dutidas Herald Office, who has been acquainted with us for. many, yean.; ije is pur Local Agent, and any Repairs of Orders left with him will have prompt attention. ' ' ' 'BSTABLISHBD OV33IE& SO TJSSAl^S. WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS/ . „!' ' ..- . AND COMMISSION AGENTS. . . r.. , ??IM '!'??'?' ?...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

Intercolonial Cables. [from our own correspondent! I VICTORIA. I Meluourne, October 18. I Judge Molesworth died last night, aged:84. ','??? *' i ,. .? The Palace Hotel to-day had another narrow escape from destruction by fire, but, fortunately, flames were arrested before much damage was done. , , . ' \ It has been decided to open the Jiendigo Art Gallery on Sunday after noons. ?;,.?? October:^ -; The enquiry into the mysterous flies at thu Palace Hotel was formally opened this ? .morning, and adjourned ? until Thursday. . . , , Nothing of any importance has tran spired in connection with the strike. The Trades Unionists generally are dissatis lied with the result' of the meetiug between maritime., officers and ,slup owners, and they say that 'tho owners grossly insulted the officers and union ists, Vrhich they have expressed their de termination not to suffer They £ave decided 'to remain firm. There is every piobability that as a final resource the Trades Hall Committo will call oa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

? Business, ? AHURCH OF ENGLAND Services on Sunday, October 26th. Morning at 1 1 a.m. Afternoon at 3 p.m. SPECIAL INSTITUTION. Service, Evening 7 p.m. Rev. A. G.'KING will preach at all above services. Collections for the day for stipend fund MONDAY '27tb, Welcome TEA and CONCERT, Tickets 2s. Tea on table at C o'clock. LOYAL ZEEHAN LODGE NO. 11, I.O.O.P. Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to attend the usual weekly meet ing on Saturday, October 25, at 730 sharp By Order, N.G. T.AYTON, RALPH & PAUL, SiUREitnoKuns, Aocouhtants, Auditors Miming Experts. Claims reported on in any part of the field. Syndicate and Companies floated. Representatives at Broken Hill, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston and Hobart. Temporary Addross, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Zeehan. New Butchery Establish ment for Zeehan. NICHOL isTTHlJRSTAN; beg to inform the Pablio of Zoehan, that they inton 1 opening as WHOLESALE & KEL'.UL FAMILY 13UTGKER3, iu the premises now being ereoted near tho cor...

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HOBART. HOBART, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

HOBA.RT. «BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [from opji -nw» cob respondent/] . ?':-, i '-? ? ?'; . , , . : ?-?n°B4R?.v Tuesday, . ?? . A t fire, broke out( in, the box of the -d6iich fanning1 between Penguin aiid the . Leven, aud the mail bags. 'ward icon- ' siderably damaged. '? Ayoung man named Vout was arrested dii^ mforn|rigt 'charged 'with stealing a large number ol ; pigeon^ from various owners. Seven of the birds are valued at ten guineas. -.-... r\rkfnkrt« Oil .The ? Treasurer has Approved of- a letter box be|ng^re.ctod/at the thirteenth mile hut between Waratah and Zechan. '? The box will be made up by the Post- ; Uaso and Strahan, is now completed for ?:;:.' ?' ??'?: '??'?' October 21. 1 James Ojno »»?, brought up at the ; Police Court ixh&ay'. and charged with ' lsn»^^f;, jewellery 'and money from Samuel Abbott, proprietor of the City of Hobart Hotel, and evidence having been token, accused was further remanded A prohibition order was issued against tTonn E3mri Bluodstone fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

Special Advertisements: ^EEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood that he as opened a BRANCH adjoining the Bank of Van JDiemen's Land, under the management of Mr. E. C. J. DA VIES,, where an excellent Assortment of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES SICK-ROOM APPLIANCES, PERFUMERY, HAIR, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET PREPARATIONS, ETC., ETC., will be procured at Town Prices. ?^y A. S T U A It T BARRISTER Etc., ?'?' ' ' ' ? ZEEHAN THE ZEEHAN & DUNDAS HERALD. Published Tri- weekly. Subscription : 6s. per Quarter t .... ? in Advance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

_?' Shipping, ? MELBOURNE OlJP EXCURSION ?m'; ; Tmp. ,' ; '** The fast and favourite ! S.8. Belmnger, J. Chaplin,j Cpminaiider, will make an! excursion trip to Melbourne,; leaving Macquarie Harbour on Sunday, November 2nd., at 6 a.ni;, leaving Melbourne on return journey on Thursday A. evening, enabling passengers ix to see the Cup run, and have \ l a day or' two jri Melbourne, /r#M&s;:^&eturn, £5, Single £3. T.: A. Reynolds & Co., . Agents.1 T. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S Line of steamers between HOBART AND STRAHAN. ''BELLINGER,' 280 tons, leaves Hobarjt every Wednes day at noon, and Strahan every . Friday at 3 p.m. ^BQWRA,' 250 tons, «sr Pioneer/' 100 tons, leaves Hobad/ «very Saturday, ^id Strahan every Tuesday. *'?': .''..^issvMGR,' ;,;?? . j?or;Trial Harbour every -' ? ?' .'?/; opportunity. i Stock and Sharebrokers^ l#iia}AR; :M howsotd, . -SlTQCK ,(& SHAJtEBBOKEB, ^ GOiililNS STii HOBAB.T, L -:f, :fJ*eniberIl0biAStock JDxcfaange. 1 JCdegraphtt A...

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Tramway Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

'Tramway MeetiiiJg; A large and influential meeting was held in the Commercial Hotel on Monday night in connection with the proposed tramway from 'Zeehan to Dundas, Mr. Robert Hogarth, J.P., iu the chair. The Chairman, in addressing those pre sent, said that the meeting had' been con vened by the Jttailway League for the pur -ose of obtaining an expression of opinion front the residents oi Zeehan and Dundas on the subject of the building of a tramway from Zeeb.au to Duudas jjy private per sons. The League had been advised that the discussion on the bill providing for the tramway would take place to-morrow (Tuesday) evening, and it was thought that the openly expressed opinion of the inhabitants of the Zeehan and Dundas fields would strengthen the hands of the supporters of the bill. 'For the develop ment of Duudas the speedy building, of a tramway was 'ah absolute necessity, and if the Government would grant the conces sion asked for without delay ,we should be doubly grateful, for ...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1890 THE CUP CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 October 1890

THE * Jf or the cause tint lacks uetstuies For the wrong that naedi rratrtuct Far the future in the datum And the good Cut we ran do.' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22,1890. THE CUP CARNIVAL. j About this time our sporting friends in V Victoria are beginning to bestir them selves, 'Augur' and other sporting ? scribes are doubtless fitting new nibs to their holders, and looking forward to a '?- ? busy time at many pounds a column. Our . unreliable friend, the professional tout, having wintered hard, is expecting j more pocket money and less influenza. ? Silver kings are casting a judicial eye i- rtvV»r t.lipir flolp.nf. afiu)a anH nalpiiln.f.ino' j whether the result of the Cup will prove as remunerative as a boom in Block 10's. The leader of fashion, Mrs, Vavasour, is j revelling in the glories of one of Buckley ; and Nunn's latest successes in the way of Cup costumes, and casts a pitying thought, on the annihilation by its means, of her rival, Mrs. Moutmorenci, j whilst Mrs. O'Flanagau — the ...

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