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TO THE DIRECTORS OF THE TALUNE S.M. COMPANY, ZEEHAN [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

To the Directors of ihe Talune S.M. Company, Zebhan. Gentlemen, — At your request I have .made a careful inspection o£ the property at Mount Dundas, known as the Talune. It consists of two blocks, situated to the North of Demajslrie's Broken Hill, with P. Beahr s section, No 2,300, intervening and to Jho east of the Coinut Extended. The' soctious are unmbered 2,379 aud 2,380, containing in all 135 acres, or thereby. Near the middle of the southern section, on the right bank of the creek, there has been exposed a lode formation from 2ft to 8ft in width, carrying a vein of cubical galena, and having an apparent trend in a north-easterly direction. The loile is enclosed iu very , favourable !»lue slate country, but, owing to the proximity of so much water, there is considerable difficulty in proving the value of the lode by ? sinking. Farther north, the cup of the same formation is exposed, but for the Bauie reason no siukiug can at present be done. . In this case the strata ;s heavily...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

___^ Business Notices- ? , ? WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, ; AND COMMISSION AGENTS. . SOLE -A-G-EHsfTS ZFOIR. 'Bob Boy,' 'Long John,' 'Galley Bleud' Wifeky 'RivblW' AJe ana Stout '.' Faure's ' Brandy ) St. Hubert's Australian V^isee Berkeley Vinegar find Pickles ' Peach ' Brand Meats Dairy Butter Samson Mixture Tea Gold Medal Milk ; Taylor Bros., Cocoa, etc. etc. FERGUSON & C0~ JMUBaBt&JBLAJS'TfS -Sc I»i:i»OJElTJBJE8S HOBART, HAVE FOR SALE— WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., ALSO, ?Colonial Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, ttc. JPaxrticulajrs on Application. OOIJJNS & MURRAY STREETS. 'To the Tasmanian JBj&SBitsmafflBaJfo ' Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) * ,., ^OIXJK/R/JLir STREET, HODBA.K/T. Watch Repairing our Speciality.— Wje have the .mo6t reliable work men obtainable, and our 'prices are the most moderate! Any, information regarding our business can be obtained from Mk. Calder, Zeehanjind Dundas Herald Of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

Business Notices CENTRAL SAW AND TLA-NING MILLS Melville Street, Hobart. FRED. H. CRISP, TIMBER MERCHANT. J~ S T A N T O N. Will open as a Wholesale and Retail Buteher, after the Cup is ran DROPSTING AND COCKHEAD'S i ADVERTISEMENT. BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, MCSIC SELLEHS, k LIBRARIANS. we respectiauy mvite your attention to out large and. varied Stock iu all branches of our business. We have always otx hand stocks of the newest and best works in all Departments of Literature. Lists of boobs promptly supplied on application. We are agents for all English, Colonial, and American Newspapers and Magazines, including— The Argus, Australasian, Leader. Spot is man, Referee, Town and Country Journal, Sydney Mail, Australian Journal Bulletin, Punch, etc., etc. Terms of subscription and all particulars ou application. Our stock of Stationery aud sundries will be found thoroughly replete iu all its branches Mining Books aud Stationery a speciality. We keep large stocks of standard musio and son...

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PUGILISTIC. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

PUGILISTIC. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [FUOlt OUR OWN COUUESl'ONDENT] : London, October 22. Sullivan is auxious to light the winner in the coming Sluviu aud Jackson contest. Dempsey has been matched to fight Fitzsiininons in December. The SyAuoy Gymnastic Ohib are hope ful of arranging a fight to a finish, between Jackson and Goddard for Ll,200. liY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LiUNCissToN, October 21. At the Lilydale Police Court to-day, before Air. Waterhouse P.M. — W. Burke, W. M'Cqnnon, alias Holland, J. Reed and J. Lockhart, weru committed for trial, for having been concerned in a pugilistic encounter at Tunnell, ou the Scotsdale Railway Line on Sunday the 13.

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

Intercolonial Gables. ? ^ ? »— Tfeom our own coukespondbkt] VICTORIA. Melbourne. October 24. James Kcan, the well-known New Zealand trainer, has been Attacked with* paralysis. Iu the Assembly to-day, the report of the select committee to enquire into the claim of Henry Fincham as the dis coverer of the Bendigo goldfield was -? brought in. The committee state that IS claims were submitted to them. They find that Kennedy and Farrell had discovered gold before Fincham atrived, but that he was the first to report the discovery to the Commissioner, October 25. A terrific gale has been blowing all the morning, accompanied by clouds of I dust. Several buildings were blowup I down in Swanston-street, falling with a I fearful crash, and frightening people and horses, the latter bolting iu ail directions. A labourer named Edwards was com mitted for trial on a charge of forgiug and uttering a cheque for L2,000, with intent to defraud the Bank of Austral asia. A man named Evans, whilst ballast ...

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SPORTING. MELBOURNE, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

SPORTING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAl'H.] [Fnoii Ouk Own CoBitusroNDisNi.] 1 MELBOURNE. October 24. The only important feature in Melbourne Cup betting to-night was the introduction of Highborn into the market, several thousands being booked at 100 to 2, the best oiler later, being- 100 to 3, yuotations ior uie Mooney Valley Cup — Spifl'en, 100 to 50 ; Tarcoola, 100 to 17 ; Eadoo, 100 to 10 ; Star of Erin, lOO.to 12 Betting in the Melbourne Cup ;s un changed. Seratchings : — Melbourne Cup — Wilga, aud Sinecure. Derby — Gresford. Hamil ton Foal stakes — Hamilton and Lady Don. October 20. Cobham aud Promised Land have been scratched for the Melbourne Cup, and Jowboy for the Derby. Iu a gale of wind at Flemington this morning, Prince Consort rnd Titan went over the Derby distance iu 2 rnins 50£cees Titan was in trouble at the finish. The Author has been scratched for the Derby. The race horse Itadoo has been passed in at 400 guineas.

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European Cables. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

European Gables. [BY SUBMARINE (JABLEgj. [l'ltOM OUn OWN COimiSBl'ONDKNT.] London. Op.fcnlioi* 9.9, Gladstone is continuing his Mid lothian campaign, and is beiug received with enthusiasm at every meeting.VjHo declares that the Government a^f the greatest law-breakers in Ireland, and uiitiu vuv iua*»i-u.ucc oi me people to a hateful law is justified. He denounces the withholding of local Govermneut, and says his most earnest aspirations is '; to see Home Rule gild the closing years of Her Majesty's glorious reign. Sir Saul Samuel, Agent-General of New Soutli Wales, is making enquiry for a suitable site whereon to re open the Musical Exhibition recently closed atfe tho Crystal Palace. The ' Times ' re-7, commends that the exhibition should he kept permanently open as an aid to technical education. It is proposed to place 50,000 Wal laroo shares on the London market. The Australian Smelting Alkaline Works Company, with a capital, of £250,000, is projected. The application from the Bro...

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Stock & Share Market [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

Stock & Share Marlzet Adams and Lamb report as follows : — Stocks all round have remained firm, although business has not been very brisk. The following are the sales :— Adelaides, 7s 3d, 7s ; Robinsons, 32s fld ; Mascottes, 5d ; Maestris No 1, 2s 3d, 2s 4d ; Hobart P.A., ^20 10s ; 13aistrups,6s 3d, (is 6d, 7s, 7s (id; Westerns, as lOd ; Streams, 1b wd,i.Biw;. .-' .. ? . ;,? [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [HIOM OUR OWN OOBRKSFOND1SNT.] HOBART, Saturday.' , The following Bales and quotations were made ou tho Hobart Exchange, to-dny : — New Golden Gate, b 4Gs, s 50s ; Star light, b 2s ; Argent, l- LG, s LG 10s ; Comet b L5 18s, s LG 5s ; Grubba, b Is 3d, s Is Cd ; Godkin (paid up), b 8s, s9s ; Hobart P.A., b L27, s L27s 10s ; King Dundas ('paid up), s as M ; Manganeso, b Ss, a 10s Od ; Beauty, b 2d ; Bell (paid up), s 7s Gd ; Junction, b Is GJ, s Is lOd ; Queen, b65s, s ti% ; Sunrise, b 3s 2d, 8 as 9d ; Sylvester (paid up), b 2s 4d, s 2s Od ; Garibaldi, b Gs 6d, s 6s 9d ; Balstrups,...

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Correspondence. THE TALUNE SILVER-MINING CO. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

Correspondence, THE TALUNE SILVER-MINING CO. ; TO THE EDITOR. ' 'Sib,— Owing to reports being circulated of late, re the Talune S.M. Co., which is not only detrimental to the progress of the, company, but also grossly unfair to the- Mining Managsr, Mr Thos Page, the directors thought it advisable in the in terest of the shareholders to obtain reports of the property and workings from an experienced source. , Mr G. D. Gibson, of Broken Hill, was obtained for that purpose, aud Mr John ' Hancock, of the Adelaide Proprietary S.M. Co. also reported on the working and pro specting lately carried on under tlie super vision* of the present maunger. Copies of the reports enclosed, which kindly insert . in your columns. :'l- ?? ? Yours, etc.) H. A. LAMB, ? '. , Legal Manager.

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The Great Strike. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

The Great Strike. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [WIOSI OUil OWN COHBESFONDENr.j ILondoh, October 22. The Strike of 3,000 Tramway men in Vienna has ended, and the running on the lines resumed. Strikers consenting to accept some slight concessions in the rates of wages. Uctober 24. At a meeting of the Trade's Council Executive last night, it was unanimously ,' agreed that the Trade Union's of the ^United Kingdom, should send the Aus tralian Unions £20,000. At the meeting, the leaders expressed the utmost confidence as to the ultimate success of the Australian strike. Melbotirne, October 25. The Trades Hall authorities have under consideration the extension of industrial schemes which are very promising, nmougst them arc the starting of extensive brick works, and the opening up of Vic torian Coal Mines. Another manifesto is to be issued, ou the alleged harsh treatment uf Marine Officers, at the bauds of the ship owners. October 2G. The Trades Hall Council report further receipt of a large sum ...

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HOBART. October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

HOBABT. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN OORRESroNDNT.) October 24. P In the Legislative Council last evening t -ffiS sum of LI ,500 was voted for the rood I 'from lleminc to Zcchan. Tim item, Zcehan I to Dundas, was postponed, pending result ' of proposed ltuilway Bill. Kenuedy and Sons' uew works for smelting gulena ore were started yesterday, and are noyr in full working order lhe furnaces, which arc capable of turning out 20 tons of silver lead bullion pur day, and fed from a top floor, the furnace mixture beiug put in from the same direction. When inspected to-day slag was running from both sides of the furnace, lead and silver flowing in one continuous stream into an iron retort from which it is run into moulds. From there it is turned out in ingots of lewt. each. There is now no ! necessity to send ore out of the colony to be smelted. October 20. At a meeting of the Marine Board yester day it was decided that the Board respect fully.' draws, the Treasurer's attention, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

Special Advertisements JjAYTON, RALPH & PAUL, Sharebbokebs, Accountants, Addiioks Mining Experts. Claims reported on in any part of the field. Syndicate and Companies floated. Representatives at Broken Bill, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston and Hobart. Temporary Address, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Zeeban. 2JBEHAN PHARMACY £. 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 Dieinen's Laud, 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.) Mining Reporter. Mr. GIBSON begs to state that lie has tok«n up hie residence at Zeehan, and is now prepared to furnish RELIABLE BEPORTS on MINING PfiOPJSRTIES in the above districts. Fees...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

? j ? MELBOURNE CUP EXCURSION iVL; Trip. vt ? . 0 . ? The fast and favourite S.S. Bellinger, J. Chaplin, Commander, will make an excursion trip to Melbourne, leaving Macquarie Harbour on Sunday, November 2nd., at 6 a.m., leaving Melbourne on return journey on Saturday ^evening, enabling passengers ? to Bee the Cup run, and have a day or two in Melbourne. Fares : — Return, £5, Single £3. T. A. Reynolds & Co., Agents. T. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S LiDe of steamers between HOBART AND STRAHAN. ' BELLINGER,' 280 tons, ; leaves Hobart every Wednes day at noon, and Strahan every Friday at 3 p.m. ' BOWRA,' 200 tons, or 'PIONEER,' 100 tons, leaves Hobart every Saturday, and Strahan every Tuesday. 'ADVANCE,' For Trial Harbour every Opportunity. ? Stock and Sharebrokers /^HAS. R. HOWBOYD, Stock & Shauebrokbr, 78 GQI^INS ST., HOBABT, ? : o: ? e\ Member Hofaaf Stock Exchange. f »-/WfgrapWc Address — ' Hdwroyd, Hobart.' RICHARD GROSBY, STOCK AND SHABEBROKBR (Member of the Hobart ...

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TRAM WAY BILL. HOBART, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

TRAMWAY BILL. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH [fKOM OUK OV ?{ COBKESl'ONDENT.l Hobart. October 24. In the House of Assembly last evening the House went into Committee to con sider the Zeehan and Dundas' Railway, when several important amendments were made, such us fixing the width of the line at one chain, giving the Government powei to acquire the mine after the lapse of seven years by giving six months notice aud paying 20 per cent, advauce on the cost of construction. Tlie work to be commenced within six months of the passing of the Act, and the mine ??^hjte' completed within 15 months. Provision is also made in the Bill enabling the Govern ment to construct another line in the vicinity, or adjacent, should Parliament so decide. The Bill will probably be further dealt with in Committee this evening. , . ' . . October 20tJL In the House of Assembly last night the Zeehan and Dundas Railway Bill was further considered) and passed through Committee with amendments. The third reading is fixed f...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1890. MAIL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

THfe 11 l'or the cnuso ttiat lacks ufsistailco For tlie wrong that nemie resistance For the future Iu tlic distance tni tbo good tint we can do.' MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 18S0. MAIL SERVICES. The present arrangement of. our mail service lias for some time past been tlie subject of very unfavourable comment on the part of residents here, and it is high time that Government awoke to a sense of our necessities. Not onlv are our mails unsatisfactory, but the difficulties of communication with the outside world are aggravated by the .equally un satisfactory telegraphic service. We do not reflect iu the slightest upon the officers of the local post and telegraph departments, who have to work under the greatest inconveniences, but we think that a great deal might be done to improve the existing state of things. A bi-weekly service is quite inadequate tor our requirements, even if it were so arranged that full advantage might be taken of it ; but this is not so. The mail arriving on Fridays gene...

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Counry News. REMINE. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] REMINE. October 23. A narrow escape from drowning occured at the Little Henty River last night. Messrs. J. Dwyer and P. Roberton, were endeavouring to bring a dray across the river, on the boat stationed there, when it capsized, throwing Robertson and Dray both into the water. Robertson who could not swim, had a narrow escape and most certainly would have been, drowned, had Dwyer gone in to his assistance. The dray was raised with a grapple this morn ing and safely landed on this side of the river. This ferry is a disgrace to the West Coast, and the above shows the necessity of having a punt, capable of carrying a horse and dray placed there, in stead of the present leaky affair. Several horses have been drowned at both the Henty Rivers at different times, and there is plenty of time to drown a good many more before the railway will be finished to Zeehan. The Cambria arrived about noon yesterday with a full cargo, and large com pliment of p...

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Amalgamated Miners Association. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 October 1890

Amalgamated Miners Association. The adjourned half-yearly meeting of the above Association, was held on Monday evening, at Anderson's Hotel. There was a good attendance of members, though not as large as usual on account of the counter attractions. The President, Mr. A. M. Reid, took the cnair, supported by Mr. Haslett as Vice President, aud after a few preliminary remarks, called upon the secretary to rend the minutes of kst meeting, which were put aud confirmed. The President, stated that he had received intimation from the llou. Minister of Lauds that a site had been reserved for the association for the purpose of erecting a suitable hall for meetings aud other purposes, uud as they now numbered close on 400 men, they expect very shortly to begin to build. The secretary then read the statement of receipts and expenditure for the half year, as roi lows: — lleeeipts. — To balance, Llu2 8s. 4d; con tributions, LSI 8s. 4d; levies, L43 12s. lid; initiation fees, lion members, 5s; dona...

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Correspondence. MINERS' WAGES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 October 1890

Correspondence. MINERS' WAGES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.— Allow me to pass a few remarks on the subject of WiigeB on this field. It is understood that miners get their wages every fortnight, but this is not the case in some mines, as they are four and five weeks behind. This is from no fault of ?rLo«n-TorH tlm delav is owine to directors lot forwarding the money from town. Now Mr. Editor, I will a6k you, or any of | your readers, if men will work tho same when their wages are not forthcoming. Then take the position of the manager, he cannot well discharge the men, not having the wages to pay, unless he pays them out of his own pocket. Now who are 'sufferers by this delay; Why the shareholders, and the miners wife. IJie latter has to get her credit, paying perhaps twenty per cent more for goods, some stores will give a fortnight's oredit, then if sue has not tha money, she attributes the blame to' her husband, whioh may bause trouble, thai; * whole after life oannot heal. Trustin' that som...

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 October 1890

Church of England. Special services were held on Sunday last in the Church-room, the occasion being the introduction of the Rev A. G. King, our first resident clergyman. Morn ing prayer was Baidat 11 o'clock, followed by the reading of a Pastoral Letter from the Bishop, a short address from Mr King, and a celebration of tho Holy Communion. The Bishop's letter, which was also read at the two subsequent services, dwelt princi pally with Mr King and his spiritual work. It referred to the rapid growth of the West Coast, and how the need would soon arise for the provision of a second and even of a third clergyman, The Bishop pro mises to so lay his plans as to be ready at the shortest possible notice to meet the want when the request is made. Mr King, in his address, dwelt upon the two-fold commission given to Christ's Ministers, viz., to preach the Gospel, and .idministei- the Sacraments. A special institution service was held at 3, t!w Rev. Oauon Icely being the preacher. Having remind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 October 1890

Business Notices ADVANCE TASMANIA. GOOD NEWS FOB THE WEST COAST MINERS ! ! ! Whilst you hare been opening up the magnificient 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 GUM OF TASMANIA (Eucalyptus Glbulu6).— We have found a curative agent second to none. EUCALYPTUS OIL and EUCALYPTUS EXTRACT are fast becom ing known as the great remedies for — , Rheumatism, Sprains, Lumbago Sore Throats, Croup, Diphtheria. Bronchitis, Sciatica, Influenza, and Whooping Cough. Their action is always certain ; wey 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 to purchase the Tasmanian product in preference to the imported. We have registered the Platypus as obi Teade Mask and each bottle bears this upon its label. Full directions accompany...

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