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I suspect that in 1890 H.M. may be Her Majesty's but C. might be Customs, Commissioner, Cutter or something else. The asker commented: I found Sands dir's in Ancestry. Found no list of abbr'ns there. I searched Trove newspapers for Henry Gill. Found other names in Sands with "HMC" and searched Trove for their names hoping to see what HMC means. ...


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The drawing staff of the Surveyor-General's Department (says the "Public Service Review" has sustained a severe loss in the sudden death of Mr. Robert Sellers, who had scarcely passed the prime of life. He was away on leave in Sydney and dropped down in the street during the recent oppressive weather in that city, heart failure being the cause. He ...


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