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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
TO THE EDITOR. Sm,— Your energetic and popular pKper ?lcacrvcs the support of every resident in this district for the determined and out spoken manner in which you arc con tinuously advocatintr the claims , of . the silver fields. , We of ZcehuB-Dundas are essentially practical men, and can therefore appreciate plain language and etraight-oat ?fitting from tlie shoulder. Personally, I ma a great 'admirer of The JTerafd. hod therefore read -trilli pleasure in your last publication, your- advice to the Zeehan Board, of. HeniUi, an, advice that I feel satisfied will be acted upon, for the advan-, tageg advocated by yon are so self-evident as (a bardlyi require debating. WfooM yon allow me to also suggest the removal ofilhepcmetry from iu yrcsent jpoaition, to Wlsssfcsptiiallj' situaied, itJ»4S be lioped in oonsideriog. this matter, wijh that of those you liaVe'oslled atfthUorJ 61, tint .*Bf*#»»» -*;i»»»«»-!»^.fl¥;f»ta«-f the more practical ones of sanitary, and'general utility, and tli...
Strahan Snaps. CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
Strahan Snaps. [mow ooa own coRREsroKnECT.] CAUOBT. At the Police Court, before Messrs, Fowell/S.M., -tna 'A. It. Pontifrx. J.P., William Dick; John Doc, and Matthew Jlyan ytcrf brought up on warrant, charged on complaint by Mr Thomas BeynokK with breach of the, Masters and Serrantu Act. Each bf these defendants pleaded Ruilty, and were fined £10 each, or in oo£ault, ?were sentenced to one nionihs' imprisonment, the fino not being paid, they were sent to prison for the time they were sentenced. John Dix, a nawey, was also., charged with a breach, of tlie Masters -ana'' Servants Act : plea £iiiily. Fined £10, or one months' imprisonment. THBODGH THB WIBE& ? ' ' ?ToUn McDonald, a carter, was charsed J;.y Mr Siliferiiitfendenl 'Oonliin 'witK MTving on or about the lTtli January lost .injured tne tcleptipli wire on the Zochkn road; Fined £1 . «nd : oosts. Mr O. Norman appeared for the ^prosecution ia each of these. cnseB. ? ,- ? ACH&KUE. Messrs T. A Ueynolds and Co. have...
Getting Further West. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY SURVEYS [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
Gvttiaiy Furtiwr West. QEEAT WB3TERN RAILWAY . ? -, 8OKVBYfl. . . ? n 'We cxtfact' the 'following-' tMtt lie ' TasmBiiaiii Mail.'lpf the 21st nil.: — Whare can be found anyone not into nelda ol tae wira wen: rarasa are ma in forests that have probably never ben trodden by man, and their a»oa*iondjoqte«-Maence with inhabitant* of the oivlliaed -parUTof tbe island b always^. obamcto^aJ f)l «f »?* wUhWeMoxe. Some'w.eka hire elap.44 since anything has bean heard of them, but now we aMin a position, to aty jwhere,«iey an and whit they are domj. *' MOLEOKitiEKiirD^BBHiN. - : a»VrUii-gfrtimlheeampafihe:P(ver Arm, Uol*preek,»n febmary 2. tlie engineer in l«s^C«r Alia*Btewart,i»I«i*s «a follows : staff is at preaest eogaged, the tnvera* has been no, aa near aa I can esttmato, 34 miles j ataf»jppi»blejil»o},andtheliirer Armata .WohaK»lSr^Jjo5(«wwilhthBM.r.ey. sSaj itiB pest we follow tlie Mersey closely areBiTajjiaUfc *l»et»o», MmM a(m from Hole Oraelc on the fiver hoi, grade abaft, Ael*tt /t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
Gov6tniji6n!t Adv'e^tisementB ,. Oitfioe oi Mikes, Hoiiart, : - ' ?/?'?' J2th Pebrdory, 1891/ IMPORT A 1ST. '.??:?- rpHE ..attention of, tiospec'tors' and others is specially directed1 to AMENDMENTS IN THE MINERAL REGULATIONS Which will come into force on and from the Second day of MARCH next, which provide (amdngst other things) , as to tlio marking out ground under applica tion for lease in timbered country, that the Applicantsholl, in AUDITION to the tbinga necessary to bo done unaer tlie present regulations from his notice tree, for pdistanocof not less than five chains in the, direction of any, one ot the cardinal points of tho compass, cut A DISTINCTLY DEFINED BLAZED LINE, So as to be clearly visible.' F. BELSTED, Secretary of Mines. T E N D E B S AEE here hereby invited for the arcction of a . STATE SCHOOL AT ZBEHAN. Plans and Specifications can be seen at the POLICE OFFICE, ZBEHAN. Tenders will be received up to 6 p.m. on MONDAY, the SECOND DAT of MARCH, 1891, at the Police ...
State School for Zeehan. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
k State Stiwol for, f i MmeeMM; & ,^someaSs!d»™h^«ttl.p*»t tbe questfoj oiJ«t»te^la^^i'hVrb«n aglt»5§ tbTminds of our tofrosTolk, who at varietal periods have expressed themselves in no measured terms at the delay that has oeo#rred ln'ei-roreiVntlhB'6I aovtaBHWe a3Vancenfeht to tola desired end. 1 We gather, that thia qusitloj) hWfrora time to time bean before the Minister BT-Bdocatton Jn wme form wan other. :As*»rbackail2 monthaago'nogotla tlons wen opened with Canon Icaly, and an attempt mide to seeure the Church of England building. An officer pf. the Government To ported on the possibility of its bsmg adapUd to the requisites of a State School, but some liltoh occurring in tha Government obtaining possession of the building oa terms that would be aooeptable to the Kducation Department, negotiations were suspended. Other efforts bare state been made to aecure a site that wonld ba aatiaUctory to alt concerned, but ? nsttoooesfu!)?, until the Min ister of Edncatlon determin...
BOXING. FEED EVANS v. JERRY MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
BOXING. FEED EVANS v. JEREY MARSHALL. ?ThU match eaaa'sB in llae's Hall, Fine street, Adelaide, Defore a good houac^CSS. and the ' house ' Vas the stakes. Marshall scajed (atasib. and was looked after bf pllly WiUiaaUi Evans 9st 101b, and had the serrioeFtof Ms brofter. W. Douglas was reieree. anaranau in ine nisp ixraoo, uursnis right In attempUag to Jiknish'Evaoj, and from tils out was eompSled' to' act principally ? on (be defendte. In. 4he thirteenth round he .ndeavottred^hrjoK hi, right into play, tat being ton painful in the next roupd be j^ve it best. 'A aunw'tlrnekeeper.'Khoee watch could beat the reSU, gave ?only lmin for the first round, tot as the orpwd wanted more fun for tbtlr nonejr he was requested to give plao» toaiBore'relJablemaB, aiia tied tlie game went on merrily :. ??? ??'?'? '??' ' ? Bound 1 was orm.tiefore either men got properly to work. . J^tLih^^y^wki^ llrened up, and cave him his right, to which Jerry responded' .by jbrbyiag Brans to the Eound 4— Evans fo...
Remme Raps. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
Reifflile Maps. - Trie) lias bses honoured with tbe vjsit of an IM*iHa»4n^Is1ihU»8, whoBe aim in i^lf %r*iy Wife'- 4WH6'nuaoe»'tis- Tariedi cursinc in fikibarsap Irish at tlie playful jheMab thtttiimbol on Uio rocky points. visitor is ofVBiOBtVaried order, and lias 4inade-boUi-0«in*n-iJilul^r««nwipienvy. Qap|ajn MadaeDj oE jjjp BA-Koonya, Bai the?ecipji'rif *of -^ -beautiful specimen ol ^iiatiire'j Jiandiwqrk Jn ths..Bu&pa.or a fo've1yPcViy-fl.S, vrapN U ft VoW *f W defunct Dead DM, QiptaJB Madden ?responded *in tlie rfoeling, [but 'flpwing graceful language eliip cuptoins BreTOraodr u a iitanil p»p»r1peWon to have bestowed fhpniiiio!tii»Me*)fJ.i3?.,,-.! pXittr '? ,., Two or ttuw (individuals have had'V narrow escape— of being tarred land fea%^^nSef«tfsp'ition%f being- 'Kew Chum/ and%m)iae offered tomlk to Sobaii o.u&t W aoiy .«eo1.»# lett^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
,....? Business (Notices.. . . . - ? -;IMPOBTEB?-)F MEBCHAtaSE, MINING EXPLOSIVES am) Wing RE(jtrisiTks of every description . The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE li&fS FOBWAEDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices aid Quality will compare favourably with any house . ? ,' / . ???:!; in the colony. . .. ? FERGUSON & CO. MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND 10 MURRAY STREETS, HOBARX ? i :o: ? . SOLE. AGENTS FOR, TlBber's Special Beserve, and 0. V. G. Wbisby. Bojal Blend Whisky, Case and Jereboams. Glen Dim (Own Special Blend), Case and Bnlk. '' ? '?? ; E.&J.Burke'Blriiiu Whisky, Case &Bulk. ' ? do. ' bob'lin Stout, i 'MeEw&n'* Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. - ; Be.es & CoV-No, 4 Ale in HJufa, i Bhde, Kilderkins, end Firkins. .... Aitjfcn'e Falkirk Life Belt Ale. Disnuit Duliouchc & Oo'b Brandy, Case and 1 Bulk. Jules Kobin'B Brandy; Case and Bulk. Ofllay Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. . Lemon Hart's W. Indian ...
ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 March 1891
ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS HERALD (Collect telegram) &nbsp; &nbsp; Cannot get back to report the Sunday practice of your tennis club, having a good time here, Reporting Sewinf Parties, »»»ii»i.«« docbnt ajrKfi with me. ilf you. IrtsW^ll^^-aTSi^fctof 4~fn- hare, I know the game, «rjsr ^/iahjng net and pull faces at each other. Reply, and dont make it collect. NEW CHUM. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
Parliamentary; . ? iTlife 'BLKCtO'llAi DIBtIiiOT .? ??.?u-.-U, :-:?.?;:. -%f ? . V OpMBEELAND. . .' ;. ZAhan, February, 1891. TO THE HONOEABLE N1660LAS ir. !tebwN, ittti. l] ' Sib,— We, the nndsrsigned Eleotors for the Electoral., District of Cumberland, being highly t-1eaied 'and aatisGed with th» efflct.nf ,»nd able manner in which, yonr, very valuable 'services have been' rendered to your con atltnency dniing yonr past tenure of office In Parliament .in protecting and farthering the interests thereof, u'du weleel-oonfldent that you have the welfare and advancement of thU bistrict at heart, a) well aa the Colony gene rally, we eannot do Utterthan re-elect u our future Ileprerentativ* in the Honseof Aasem. bly one who ha. ao faithlnliy and diligently served ns in the pat. We therefore sincerely request that yon will afford us the plsasare to again allow yonnelf to be nominated as a Candidate foe the : forthcoming Election to be held in May next.' ' Trnstuig you will favorably consi...
VICTORIA. RACING CLUB (AUTUMN MEETING.) BY SUBMARINE CABLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
VICTORIA. RA.CING OLTTB. . (AurasiN meetotg.- ? 5 BY SUBMARINE GA.BLE. :?' - [rnou odb own cobbbbpokdkni] i The following are tho particulars of the first days racing : — . ,r , ^ TBE HOFBFDL STiKES. : ll A sweepstakes of 5 sovs eaoh, wttb 300 ailded ; second, CO aevs ; third, 30 aors oat of tlie stake. ; Five furlongs. . ? ? ; ? J, B, Olarke's ch e Albermarle, by Chaster — Angora (Huxley) ? 1 W. K. Dikins' UaUlorno -M»y-Un) '.,. - « D. 8. Wallaoe's br c Aster, (Poiror) ... 3 Won easily by two lengths. Time, lmin lli'SBC. ? ?:.??- ST. LEOER CTAKK3. A -ir«epstakei of 2S tan each, 5 ft, with 1O00 added. Tho e«»nd bone to receive 200 and Geldincs at time of running allowed Sib, - S. G. Cook's b c The Aamlra, (H»1bi) 2 Wen filer a deiperjte race houiej bjhajf'a Tot tiufj&ihm' »^Jji^*«fisiif.aseond, ,309 sovs ^tt»rjl,T»OjHWS!»B*|«f#«W «tak«. Three-quarters e-fagiUj^^j J. Northern's c g Bungebah, by Grandmaster — Avellne, 6 yrs, 9st 31b (Galnsford) 1 V. Sampwn'a 0 ji Matador, 6 yn...
SPORTING. WHICH IS CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
SPOBTIAG. WBIOH IS CHAUriUN ! AmonesUiorsey men the abort question fs often a Hnbject of disenssion, andtaonih we of Australia an apt to decide that .our Carbine can safely claim this title, ether etrantries have equine eelebretlea that are worthy of being considered formidable rivals to cur champion, thus the ' Calif orni in World.' Ill commenting on Carbine's victory in the lut Melboame Cup ^ays: — 'It was a decisive victory, and one that stamps Carbtab not«nly a- the ijre.twt horse in Australia, bat probably . the greatest, jn the world. The time and weight considered, th Te U no race or perfor mance on record in the histery o[ the An-erf can turf that can be oo'jrpiired with thti pheno menal run of the M)n uf ilmket, With 1101b. :in the Middle, Ten Uroeok astabllsb'ed ths i present American record for two miles by !- covariog the diunce over the BoalsviUetraba: in 3mio Sriacc on May 2S, 1877. Since then that record has nerer'been eo/ualled. Of :|ata : yean races of two miles in ...
NEGLIGENT TELEGRAPH OFFICIALS. TO THE EDITON. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
NEGLIGENT TELEGRAPH OFFICIALS. I ' TO THE EDITOU. i [ Sir, — Pardon my troubling you by call [ ingjt'tention, through the medium of the I Press, to the great nmcunt fit unLoyance I and' inconvenience the public an coo I stanlly beiii-r unnecessarUr putio by the I negligence of our local telegraph officials. I II ha* become a popular remark, nnd we I are (anite accustomed . to hear, ' U)a.t the I ODeralors are overworked.' and ' that ? being short of lines meisages often have ? to wait * long time before they can be for ? wardiid^ua also often (even for short die H tanees) wlicn wanted' tamo day must be ? made- urgent, which means double fees. H t do not consider ire Zechanites are very H bad to please, or we should not put up B with as many inconveniences as we do H without complaint when we have just H cause for doing;*), but I consider it high B time to complain when telegrams are con B stantly discovered that have been lying at B the office many days (just as though a B telegram ...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
Correspondence. From onr leaders we inrite correspondence' on matters: of -general interest' which 'we will,- whenever practicable, insert in this colnnra. -it win db necessary for. opr oorrur pondehts' to wirjas' on one «)de of the paper only; In ataUne.'this, we wiah.it to be dis tinctly , jihilerittxxi that we do not etinnlata for superfine cream-laid scented .note-paper to be need : down to brawn paper will do ust provided the ink, it is stained with conreys items of interest 'to oar readers. With the opinions uprated in this colnmn we do not fdenUfy, ourselves. The writer1! name in all ' instances must accompany contributions, not necessarily for publication. : '
State. school [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
? ?'.' . State ScltQol., l'J.'-r. : '??: ,i\ ii.-nt'j ...if .... '.': vii.-: nioi We J»»ra .that eigUt tepcits* ivrcreirecaivcd , last, nigUt- for. -tlie mcfyfc pf -% , ?«»lH!R . Stnte 'School; 'the eiiisnnu niaRifas from I'iBT ifo-'jfllSO, that df 'Mr Wyloi ^WrAg' Hie iowtmti- to'8t»wri», thb ^irsolo^^r Education, informs ji.b tUat Mr ll^ylor's' tender wi)l be acceptoil §y .tho. Edut^tioo Diijjnrinjent' anj that' .work will be coin merteeH kt tmiJ:-'-T.'firoffitnietl flfiieisir1 the erection of ilie building is five neeka.
EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, February 28. STRAINED RELATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
E)URpPBlN^ C^BTLB?,' . .-?? ,f e- ;-, ?„ ,.. , r; fBX SUBMARiNJS CABTJEj. , (FROM OOB OWN C0RRE6rpKDEJfT.) LpXDOV, FebnMry S8.i | ' : ' ETEMNHD EELAT1ONB. '?'''??* Tlio. Jimpresa Freiloricji qf German; left Paris for England to-day in a Very quiet .; »na|irief. ,Jiji ? , irjsnircd ^rtiele appears ill a Berlin jou'rual bT this diftn asvercly coDdemning tho insults ofTarcd to tlie Empress Frinlcrick by the Pnri-ian6,apii taunts the French Govern ment with being unable to buforce tlSp conciitiou9;:'i)f .civilised InferiiatioiiBl intarcoiirao as. carried 011 l»y g«»t LHiwors.' Tljo ajticlofloes .qti to^ay tljat the visit of tiib' Euiprpsi w«s made with '6n earnest flosir* Jo ^rjug.^bout* belter; feeling botireen tlic Froiidi and Geruian nations, but forthofntnre liny-advances iu the direction of friendly relations murt $bp'jlie/iiaaif* 'by pFrance./ , It is reported thaV'-flie Emperor of Gorpwnr .^nas -iuwiiwl^t'w J?r-uirfi, Government (or |ihpir.^ourto3y to his nioBiftr^th^iJiaipress-E...
Hospital for Zechan. Public works Office, Hobart February 3. 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
[?] .. fahUc Works ?QfflM|Hdbart, r« . « ? Febroar.v.3.i881. Sit,— I be; to call your attention to vote of £600 lor Cottage Hokpital.' West Coiist; B«no tioned by Parliament during the late aekaion, with the proriao that previous to the payment at ?»?}? jwlion .uf such f um an amagomeiit epprbted 'if by the Uovernor-iD-Uoundl for the controlwid management of the taildiug shall be entered fnto with the eubscribem. The amount of £160 hai also been prprided on Estimate! for the Tear 1891 towards inkin tenanoe of hpipltal at Strahan. ' It appears to me'tiiat tne beat place' tot the hospital is at Zeehan, and ii those lorallj interested will form a committee to carry out the terms of the res-Jution quoted aboTc.jOie, erebUon' of the building will be arranged for, I hare further to point out that the vote of £500 for erection of building, and .that of £150 for maintenance are twth conditional upon af miter- amounts being subscribed locally, and I have,, therefore, to Vequekt that you will...
Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 March 1891
Stock & S/ia^e Market. ZEEHAN. STOCK EXCHANGE.. ,, The Secretary of tbe Zeehan Stock Ex change resorts tlie following sales and quota turns on 'Change this day :— Monting-, March S. Auitral, s 6s 3d Comet, »18» 6d ' Dandai Extended, b 3s 91, s it 6d Doric, a Is 8d Junction, s In 8d Silver Crown, a £15 Sylvester, b Si 0U, a 5s 2d Central Babttrup. e 2s 8J Central Duiidas, 1) 3s 2d, - -U id, salei 3s 2d, 3s 3d Kiss Extended, - £39 - , , Afternoon, ; Aoitral/s 6s 3d ' ? : Bonanza, s 4s 3d . ? - Comet, s 18s td Comet Extended, s £3 19s , FaniitleAr/.'bltaSa.WlsTd' '? Maxim, ? 4a Slber Crown,b £40. a £JS, sales £(0 , SylresUr (eoatrlbotlag), b 4s 9d, e Ssod ; ' (paid np),b Seed ,.., ?. Cesitnl Sabtfap; s 2s 6d ' Central Dundaa, b 3s 3d Dundaa Extended) b 3s 10d, s 4s 6d [BY ELECTBIC TE^paRAPH. [mou ovkuwh osimcsroNDKKT.l . . Hobart, Much 3. Sides 'made -on .the Hobart '. Public- Stock Exchange thin evening :— AlnsUe(pa.ianp), Is Adelaide (contributing), 8s id, 6s 5J-1 Andenon, 2s...