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NOTES, BY OUR SPECIAL. DEMESTRIE'S BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

NOTES, BY OUK SPECIAL. DKMJESTRIE's BROKEN 11ILL. The winze in the tunnel has been sunk on the lode for 23 ft., at which depth the influx of water stopped further progress. A stage has consequently been put in at water level, a depth of 17 ft., and a commencement made to drive East and WeEt on the lode until the walls are reached. The ore in the winze has since the first 5 ft., consisted of massive high grade carbonate of lead interspersed with a little pecos, or canary ore. In the bottom of the winze occasional nodules of galena occur. The tunnel has been driven u total distance of 476 ft., and is being omtimietl to intersect the eastern iode which it is calculated should be met with in another 40 or 60 ft. THE COMET. The winze in the tunnel has been sunk about 2-Mt on the lode, but as in the case of, DeniKBtrie's further sinking had to be discontinued. Carbonate of lead in crystals was first met with in the irouslouo at a depth of about 18ft but naturally, being on the cap of the ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

? Business ? BMPOEITJM. Established 1£*£26. NOEL WHITEHaND CO., GENERAL DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND CARPET WAREHOUSEMEN. ? o DRESSMAKING.- Orders Executed on the Shortest Notice. ESTIMATES, SAMPLES, AND MEASUREMENT FORMS ON APPLICATION. MEN'S CLOTHING, A '?SLSSFhSd!1'1* SHIRTS ALS0» MADE T0 °rder YTKT'TkTT-r'T ATtTTArT1 Samples and Measurement Forms per UiNUriKtLulnllNu. post. m BOOTS & SHOES, ROOM PAPERS, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ETC. SAMPLES OF ANY CLASS OF GOODS FORWARDED TO ANY PART OF THE COLONY. J\ 'W HITB, CASH DRAPER, 123 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART, IS NOW SHOWING FIRST-CLASS ASSORTMENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS. Ladies living at a distance pan by sending for patterns, estimates, and form of self-measurement, secure first-class costumes, perfect fit, and latest style. «J. WHITE!, CASH TAILOR, 123 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART, IS NOW SHOWING LATEST STYLES in COATINGS, TWEEDS, Etc. Gentlemen can by sending for form of self-measurement and samples secure first-class suits at reasonab...

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HOBART. Hobart, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

HOBABT. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [from our own correspondent.! Hob art, Sunday. The Rev. Father Gilleran preached two most eloquent sermons to crowded congregations at St. Mary's Cathedral in commeration of the centennary of Father Matthew, Archbishop Murphy presided, the ehoir of St. Josephs and Mr. J. Brown's vice-regal band assisted in musical part of the service, which was of a most, excellent character. In the course of his remarks at St. David's Cathedral Bishop Montgomery said the new clergyman for the West Coast, had arrived from England, and would shortly commence his duties. Hodart, October 13. John Walton, son of Mr. Luke Walton was assisting to land sheep from hold of tho Flora when the|staging fell upon him, causing internal injuries. He was removed to the hospital. An English salmon weighing 15£lbs was caught in the Upper Dorwent yesterday. Thomas Jones, steward of the Cygnet is misting. He forwarded letters to his employers, announcing that he intended to commit suicide...

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SPORTING. MELBOURNE, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

SPORTING. 4-- [by electric telegraph.] Melbourne, October 13. Stella scratched for Derby and Oaks. Manoa for Derby and Caulfield Cup. Gardinea, Litigant, Teuton, Anesley, Leviathan and Loon for Caulfield Cup. There was a run on Pygmalin for the Gaulfield Cup this morning, all money ^fltr inaTket up to 8 to 1 being token on

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

, ?- ??, ,? Business Notices- . ,: -i ; jPHARMACEUTIGAll CHEMISTS, T;:i'..;-'V'.\ - ??' . '? . ? i ': : ? ' ' Begi to ihtiinate to the inhabitants of ZEEELVN & DTJNDAJ ? i that they immediately intend jto open a firsfcctess , SUESERY AND ; PHARMACY :'', ;.'. TJJPOlY ' TIJ3E ; 3B^IEJL,r-, , : .. ' t. Which will be conducted . ^ , a UWDER THE PATRONAGE AND SUPERVISION OF A Highly - Certificated Medical Gentleman. BE* *JV 2M.A.TZ&XX. -SZ/ GO GENERAL IRONMONGERS AND IMPORTERS. f-11' HOBART, ^ HAVE 1OR SALE^ WINES, SPIRITS^ TEAS, SUGARS, GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., . ALSO, ?' Colonial Produce, Cke^JMter, Bacon, Chaff, Etc. ^ ? J;., Particulars on Application. * (X&IjfflS & MtJRRAY STREETS. QMmi AXD. HUTCUINSON, FAMILY BUTCHERS, BB1SBANE STREET, LAUNCESTON. A Prime Lot of Bacon, Corned Beef, and ; 'Fort always on hand, Q E. W I L L M 0 T T, HAT AXD CAP MANUFACTURER, 126, LIVERPOOL STREET, ]-., HOBART. jj. The J.atcst Styles of Hats and Caps always in Stock or ...

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Correspondence. [TO TEE EDITOR OF THE ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS HERALD] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

%. Correspondence. .?-»?? - -a ....'*-,.?' ? . -»?'. y [to the editob of 3he zeeb/n akd ? Ddndas Hebald] SiB, — Allow me to congratulate you on your spirit in mtering upon this new de parture, viz. : the production of the first paper on the West Coast of Tasmania. Who would have thought only three years ago, that, ever such a circumstance would take place, but, as time passes, events occur, a few lLontbs serves to land us in the middle of a position, that shortly before would have seemed most improbable, and through the remnants of the mist that still obscures our vision, we yet, but indistinctly see the possibilities and reali ties by which we are surrounded. There is something exceedingly pleasing in being amongst the number of those who catch a glimpse of the future, as is now the case with some of us here in this locality. We can picture the near futute of Zeehan and Dundee, and note the tmoke of the newly built stacks of the smelters,' the whistle and throb of the locomotive, t...

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Stock & Share Market [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Stock & Share Market, ? : o : ? LBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [t'ROM OOB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART. Monday. The following were the salei and quotations yesterday on the Hobart Stock Exchange: — Malhinna, buyers Is Gd, sellers 2s 6d ; j New Goltlen Gate, buyers 38s, sellers 40s ; Argent, buyers ±'5 17s 6d, rollers | £V- 7s Gd ; Bulstrups, buyers 5s Gd, sellers 6b Gd ; Comet, buyers £o 18s Gd, sellers £6 17b O'd ; Coinstock, sellers 15s ; Grubbs, sellers Is 6d ; Godkin, paid up, buyers 8s 5d, sellers 8s 9d ; Godkin Ex tended, buyer-! Is lOd, sellers 3s ; Hobart P.A., buyers £27, sellers £28 ; Manganese Hill, buyers 6s 3d, sellora 7s 6d ; Monto Clrristo, buyers Is 8d, sellers 2s ; Pyramids, buyers Is Id, sellers Is 3d ; Silver Crown, buyers £10 ; Duke, sailers 0s 9d ; Spray, buyers 2s, sellers 2s 4d ; King, buyers j£42, sellers £45; Queen, sellers 70a ; Queen Extended, sellers 2ls ; Sunrise, sellers 3s, buyers 3s 6d ; Sylvester (con), buyers Is 3d, sellers Is lOd ; McGough, sellers...

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STRAHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

STRAHAN. [from our own correspondent.] We are anxiously looking for the arrival of the 'Zeehan and Dundas Herald ' at Strahan. The difficulty of getting in-   formation from Zeehan has been keenly felt here, and general satisfaction was felt ,when, it became known that the 'Herald' was to start, with such a well known Broken Hill authority as Mr. G. D. Gibson to report on the field. Hearty wishes for the success of the first paper on the West Coast are generally expressed, and you can depend upon a large circulation in this and adjacent districts. Mr. James Moore whom the Govern- ment have engaged to survey the proposed route of the continuation of the Derwent Valley Railway Line, started for the River Ouse some months ago, he is now in the vioinity of the Victoria Pass, 75 miles from the starting point. Mr Moore from his general knowledge of the country lying between the Ouse river and tbe West Coast is about the best man   Ministers could have chosen for ...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1890 THE FIELD AND OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

THE ZEEHAN & DUNDAS HERALD ' For the cause that lacks assistance   For the wrong that needs resistance For the future is the distance And the good that we can do.' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1890. THE FIELD AND OURSELVES. In issuing the first number of "The   Zeehan and Dundas Herald", it is but   right that we should introduce ourselves in proper form, say a few words about the field on which we intend to labour, and give valid reasons for our confidence in soliciting the support of the people of Zeehan, Dundas, and the West Coast of Tasmania, as well as the mining public of other parts of this and the adjacent Colonies.     Where the printing Press of 'The Zeehan and Dundas Herald ' is casting off copies of its first issue in hundreds this morning, it is, as it were, but yes- terday that the dreadful silence of a trackless bush reigned supreme, un- broken by the voice of man or the move- ment of living creature. De...

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MOORINA. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

MOORINA.   Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bomford were the   recipients of two handsome cases of cut-   lery from the leading residents of the dis-   trict on the occasion of their silver wed-   ding. The Chinese residents also pre-   sented them with a silver tea service and   a silk dress. Mr. A. Parker, of Orielton,   in a neat speech, made the presentations,   and after a hearty reply from Mr. Bom-   ford, dancing was commenced and kept   up till daylight, terminating a most enjoy-   able evening.     ----     HER FIRST WASP.— Poor Effie (who has been stung) : " First it walked about all over my hand, and it was so nice ! But oh !— when it sat down ! "   AMBIGUOUS. — Judge : " Have you ever   seen the Prisoner at the bar ?" Witness : never your honor? but I've ...

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MINING. INTRODUCTORY [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

MINING. INTRODUCTORY [BY OUR SPECIAL MR. G. D. GIBSON ] That the West Coast Silver fields of Zeehan and Dundas constitute the most important mineral area that has recently been discovered in any part of Australasia, the Barrier silverfield alone excepted, must be admitted by all who have had an oppor- tunity, or are competent, to form a reliable opinion. This being the case it is with very great pleasure and no small feeling of responsibility that I now undertake the duty of presenting to the world, through the columns of 'The Herald," accurate accounts of the condition and progress of the various mines and the prospects of the field generally. In so doing it may be necessary to go over a good deal of ground in the way of furnishing details that may not locally be considered as " news," but it must be remembered that the mining matter is compiled with the express view of im- parting information to readers at a distance, so that those who have not an opportunity of visiting the field...

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MEETINGS. PIEMAN REWARD GOLD MINING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

MEETINGS. PIEMAN REWARD GOLD MINING CO. A meeting of shareholders in the above company was held at Strahan on the 3rd inst. It was decided to register the claim as the Pieman Reward Gold Mining Com- pany, with a nominal capital of £1,200 in £1 shares, Mr. A. Slater being appointed legal manager. Work will be resumed very shortly to further develop the property. The lode is at present 13in wide, increasing in width as sunk upon. The result of assays already made of the lode stuff have proved highly satisfactory. The last made by Mr. Stitt, of Zeehan. gave the result of 5ozs l6dwts 3grs of gold, and 1oz 6dwts lgr of silver to the ton. DEVONPORT S.M. C0. The first general meeting of the above company was held at Anderson's Hotel, Zeehan, on Thursday evening, October 9th, over 10,000 shares being represented. Mr Fowler was voted to the chair. The Mercury mining rules With necessary alterations, were adopted. The following were appointed the first directorate : — Messrs. R. Fowler, R. Wr...

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Public Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Public Meetings, The undermentioned meetings were held at the Church of England Institute last Thursday evening. The weather was very boisterous, cold, and wet, and the attendance was larger than might have been anticipated under the unpropitiouB I .circumstances. \ Mr. E. Evf.-is, of the Silver King, was A voted to fiie chair. f \ DISTBICT HOSPITAL. I \ iffr. B, Hogufh, J.P., who convened [ we meeting 'to consider the desirability f uniting with the residents of Strahan :?? \ their endeavour to establish a District *»Bp-tal at Btrahan,' said, he had re ? cfced a letter from the secretary of the CWe Hospital at i trahan, requesting ? tinto convene this meeting, with a view ; ...-,. to tetting the people of Zeehan to co Ppertte with 6txahan in a joint effort to get a District Hospital established at ftrihan. He had called the meeting a* wguested, and the proposal could now be ?*» ..jdjeenssed. Several «peak«8 addressed themselves to the subject, but from the start it was evjdent that...

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Country News. BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Country News.         [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.]   BURNIE.     The rejection of the bill for the exten- sion of the railway from Ulverstone to Wynyard has caused much dissatisfaction here, and hon. members have fallen con- siderably in the estimation of the residents. I hear Heazlewood Silver Lead Mining Co. are making strenuous efforts to get the road improved between their mine and Waratah. They have hundreds of tons of ore lying at grass ready for a market, but until the authorities assist them they labour at a great disadvantage. The ' Wellington Times,' the first   newspaper published at Emu Bay, was issued on October 1st, and the proprietors   have been generally congratulated on   their enterprise and the neat appearance   of their paper.  

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LAUNCESTON [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

LAUNCESTON [From Our Own Correspondent. much pleasure in congratulating you on   your enterprise in starting a paper in such an important mining field as Zeehan. Legitimate mining has been greatly hampered on account of the difficulty getting the reliable of the various mines and sections of Zeehan and Dundas, which the " Herald" under the able and reliable penmanship of Mr. George D. Gibson, will now supply,and I am only echoing the sentiments of the mining and general public of Launceston in wishing     and that you can rely upon liberal support in the matter of subscribers and advertise- ments in this part of Tasmania. We are feeling a good deal of disappoint- ment at the postponement of our long looked for exhibition, but it is generally admitted that it is the wisest thing to do to postpone it until next year, for it would have been courting certain failure had it been proceeded with. It will cause the Finance Committee a good deal of trou...

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Wesleyan Church, Mount Zeehan. OPENING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Wesleyan Church, Mount Zeehan.     OPENING SERVICES On Sunday, September 28th, three ex- cellent sermons were preached by the Rev. S. T. Withington, of Melville-street, Hobart, to good congregations. On the following Monday over a hundred persons sat down to a splendid tea, catered for by Messrs. James and Heywood, which re- flected great credit on them. The tables were presided over by Mesdames Williams (2), Holeman, McKimmie, Geeves, and Misses Page, Webster. Reeves, Williams, and Pearson. After the tables had been cleared away, a public meeting followed, Mr. T. Elliott (recently from England) occupying the chair, his opening remark giving a good tone to the meeting. Ad- dresses by the Rev. S. T. Withiington and Mr. Foote, Home Missionary, were de- livered appropriate to the occasion. Some very good singing was rendered during the evening by a united choir, Miss Pear- son, lately from the Leven, presiding at the organ, Mr. Thornley ably assisting with the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Births.   McKEAN. — On September 22, at Hobart the wife of Mr. T. H. McKean, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Stock and Sharebrokers.     ZEEHAN & DUNDAS SILVER FIELDS.       A. FEWCOFSKE & CO. SHAREBROKERS,     MINING AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,       ZEEHAN, TASMANIA.                           ROBINSON & PEAD,                     Stock and Sharebrokers, Mining and             General Commission Agents.                     ZEEHAN &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Special Advertisements: ZEEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood that he is opening a BRANCH adjoining the Bank of Van Diemen's Land, under the management of Mr. E. C. J. DAVIES 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. ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS SILVER FIELDS,         GEORGE D. GIBSON (Late of Broken Hill, N.S.W.)     filming Reporter. Mr. Gibson begs to state that he has taken up his residence at Zcehan. and is now prepared to furnish RELIABLE REPORTS on MINING PROPERTIES in the above districts. Fees moderate Half payable in advance. T. S T' E W A R T,   MOUNT ZEEHAN.   MINING AGENT     LEGAL MANAGER ACCOUNT- ANT AND AUDITOR &nb...

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SHIPPING. Hobart, October 13 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

SHIPPING.     BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [from our own correspondent] Hobart, October 13.   Pioneer, s.s. sailed for Strahan to-day, no Passengers.— T. A. Reynolds and Co., Agents. TRIAL HARBOUR. ARRIVED. October 12. Cambria, s.s from Strahan, landed pas- sengers and cargo.

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