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Originally appearing in Volume V13, Page 846 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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HUBLI, a town of British India, in the Dharwar district of Bombay, 15 M. S.E. of Dharwar town. Pop. (1901) 60,214. It is a railway junction on the Southern Mahratta system, where the lines to Bangalore and Bezwada branch off south and west. It is an important centre of trade and of cotton and silk weaving, and has two cotton mills and several factories for ginning and pressing cotton. Hubli was in early times the seat of an English factory, which, with the rest of the town, was plundered in 1673 by Sivaji, the Mahratta leader.
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EMIL HUBNER (1834-1901)

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