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A Champion [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
.. ., ...A ?0ftp?iffiip?}'-. It has- often .been. question' pd wliettor woof Zeoiian owji » real iiye ebmplau, . Wq ( thipk tliat tho writer of the following sigo; whicL:JB a literal; teprodnction ol a: Kecban one, can cU}im' to'bp tlie ohampion 3sjR?*ritCFlp£TBs?i«niii ?:???' ; ;;'-;;-?' ' ? ?'. ?-,- i , ?; -..- BMl-MGa I AND Oafi-fBAi. BTBT? BgT A,B, t AB.H.M i»I O'e'.BB&B Jr'iSSji IOE PCItDIG MATB BIAl '
Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
,fldi#fen Fromour.wwiBMwOp** eoraMpoiigeiice on maften « . g«iw»l- Into'* which wo wilt. J*B»T«rt-l«*?Jp ViT -*'- I*'fv oolHiB^ittHlibe trtceiiarylor oof oohM-' pondeot. to write on on. rid. ot the paper onlT. In Btatlnp this, -m wish it to b. als. UnrtlT understood th»t wo do not stipulate forsuperBoe creimJuld eraated nolo-paper to be used : down to brawn paper will do as, provld«d ti« tnfc-ft -« 'tataed with conveys items of tntotert to oat tender.. With tho oplnlctos expressed jMuisMliimn we do not Identify ourselves. The writer's nnmo in all initucM most accMnpnny contributions, not neousarlljr (or publication.
nas[?] Report VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
Jsasifo&efhftt. i f 1 AJI. J M w - ./' (i'nn KEBiEns aoencv.) MELDoDnME, Murch 5. Mr^(U)lTjT3io^i3bj)bBroi'pcrITBlo!y,jsbrJt byllie jfrffHi*tt)''WpbTf spociajlr^oh' tho Zochan and Dnndas Silver Fields, publishes the fifth number of h's report tins morn ing. Speaking of the most jmportont Zeeban tnirtcs, lie states that tbeV on' situated within a felldrt disUincb of Alio .tb\vniih]p( the proposed railway terminus being cou vcuicntly placed for the transit of ore. On'aoni6;W!'tlio oldop urines » large mnount of work lias been carried out, but, iritli the exception of ono or two, thoftB Imvebeen sunk to/wnter level only, on account of the difficulty and cost of getting heavy inncliinory on to the Held, from llcmine, ond tbat great progress cannot be made until tlio railtvnr is completed. lie urges JOOSt fltDSllMiiusly on|liu,.cp.ntraotq». and GovcrnmenJ.lo lose no time in coin pletiuR tlie line, und allow Hie field to bo properly, opened up.. ;... ., .. When lie visited tlio Si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
. Special Advertisements: ? ' TJANK OF AUSTRALASIA, D Pam up Capital ... £1,600,000 ileserve Fund ? sESOO,000 Reserve Liability ot Pro : grfeton under Charter £1,600,000 £4,000,000 DVNDAS, A RECEIVING HOUSE in connection with the ZEEHAN BliANCH is now open at DONDAS, in Fremiies next to Meun, McKimnuVs aad Co'a Store, on TUESDAYS and FKID AYS. .from 10.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. JOHN SAWERS, ' ,.,..'? ' Superintendent. SttMrlateudent'. Office, , '^l^e,:!0$i&aryii891. '? ' - RANK OF TAN DIEMEN'S LAND (LlMItBD), . , , D tTHD AS. ... ., A : BI-WEEKLY AGENOT , ,. ^ .Of Uie BANK Is now ?ESTABLISHED AT DUNDAS.1 Inljemhw ADJOINING THE POST OFi'ICE, At the Adelaide' Turn-off, and will be open lor AGENCY BUSINESS , . A« nnder stated :— ' . TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, 12 noon' to 3 p.m. Xi-x... CHAJS. A. LITTLER '.' . ' ? ? Manager at Zeehan. 21th February, 1891. JTATIOKAL BANK OF TASMANIA (Limited). : :.' :??? V-*— 1 :-i-3 '?;,:' :?? ???' -: : AJ RECEIVING HOCSE ZEE H A N'B'B A N C H, ?7.SWJ ' i'f ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
? ,,,,,CpnqBCTBt-efr,;, ,., ? J^MUM: C°*gJ™ AND FBOM ? Queen, Duly i calling ,nt_Hptole enjroatc. ? .?»? i,.;K timk TABLE. ' , ?»' LeaTct even' Mondavinprnmgal8.jJ0a.ni ? Be!urnB,q.30-lDv:,;,.1,J, . . K Leavos, 10.30 a.m. ; Returni, lS.nopii. ? Leaves, 3.80 p.m. ; Returns, 6^0p jn. . ? TUESDAY. ' l 1 ' ? Lewes, 8.30 ».m| BettriiB, Uo kf.ri. ,..'. ,' ? i x Leavon, 3.30 p.m. y .Rethriig, ]S^}.jnf.' 't I CATOIIMT. '!*?'? - ?? '?«' I henna, 8.30 n.m ; Rfhfair; 10 i'.n. ''' I Lenves, 3 p.m.} Itctm&^luS.-,'-'''4 I FARE8— THBEE 6BSU4]idfc ?' I- ??-^ ?????NSfbm- I . ' | .,, ?'- .:.-vf „-?..?- - «?.!? I 1 TiAlLYCOACH BETWEEN BEM1NE I Condi Liaves Bemine every I TUESDAY, . . '?????' I tuursdavV I ? V i ? ? - ' Ai;d ? I ?-.''?; fcATtJllDAY,' I ?'??? AH0 o'clock. I LkaYKS ZeKEAK ETKJIY I MONDAY, ' I WEDNESDAY, I ! AXB I FRIDAY, I At ID o'clock. I UKOOKS AKD FATJUONEH, I ? ' ' : ' ' Proprietors. ZEEHAN, UVKRY STABLES. p KENNEDY Btg« lo notify to Oic I Public »bnt lio lias opened a Livery...
SHIPPING. SAILED. HOBART, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
siimiMpm IBY ELECTtecl&:ii#Rjah|- [from opft oj* p««»6xr^Ki|?. 8u\ra, Hobaht. FebrnftTF 5. Belliager,** (Browut). /or Strabut. -Paa-_ ?engen : III) Sister, Messrs E. J. Lncat, .A. A. Lmlnj,|M-!Keon,'0-. K. Mitchell, W. Altoer, raol, Wnnckll). Yates, Meredith. Conolly, and .13 in the steerage.
SPORTING. WEST COAST JOCKEY CLUB. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
SBOUTIJSG. WEs? qoas'j: ^qckkv olub. [nv ELKCIRIO TEtEGRAra.] (Knon oub own CoRatsro»DCKT.) The following are the names of the horses nomlnatrl.foTTiho.rWejt .«oast^wdl«ap, Stteple^han! khdlSordle. ?ft.ndlcap7*Ul be declared ou Uarah lOtli, whloh Is alae general entry njghJtit:f-5fn?#.AI,1' * jr'ir-Tf' WEST COAST HiSDlCAr. OMiito'n '' ' - SUfftt^f ? tSu??)4''*^ ffnrlwiirlfljl^^nt^tt.'^^Ea^ek ,, ???»..'? i,' .1 ?.?STMUKIUW,'/ ?„?!?,, ?;.-?? ?Black Jaekj Oomjt - Wanderers - Delight ITuntsman Harollton Topsy &a~i.naUtitiH!i\ .?W£peWla«c»i Black Jaokxn rYoungflarp » AUanderer & Dnlight Delljtht^*' Iteraln. JfOBL S^n Wt t Late Zlmrari,
Stock & Skate Market ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
StocTi)& Shark Mdrkct. ZEEHAtr-%WCK KXCk&NGE. Tlie SecreUry bf the Zeehan Steek Ex change reporta the ? follortng 'sain aai'qnoU tions on %anne this day t-? ' ~'' !i ? ' . ? Moroing. Doric, a 2s Od Ziehan (London'), s 8s , , lloyal Dundu,'s 2a Id Jfoblnton, s -2« ? Silver Crown, « £42 Sunrise, bOs,s 8s Central, Bslstrup, a j-7d .. Anderson, « 2a Qd - ; Central Dundaj, » i« 64 ? -d Adelaide KiteiiBtA (oontribflUng), s Si 3d JM Helboaroe PropHMary, s Is 9d f Minerra, s lOd /.,i . MuTOhlaon,2aJd,-v,l . ?. Ausiral. b.5a f d^Bt^s 1 .' . ,. Sylvest'ai.bSs.C^.^s ;j '.'?,. Devonport,s r»s' OeembiWrtliiif. H:i;IH|- '?' 11 1V-/.1 M Afternoon, An.traVV.'5sia!s«i Comet, s'J7aSd. . Dundas Extended, b 3s id, s 4s 3d Tauntlefrojv* U 7d ? ? ? ? ' , ' Eassett,ble.lOd,a2s8d ' Junction, s Is Od King Dunilaa, s 3s Od Silver Oiwn,«£-3' SyUestcr, s 4a lid Central Balitrnp, a 2s 0d [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (Fhom Ous Own ConiissposjiKBl). Hobart, March G. Sales made on the Hobart Public Sto...
CALLS DUE [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
raiOALW rfJUBn ??,.; , Tlta Jfdl)grt't7if?f/fe of )lw Qltit -olt anncunpos tiie^ullQ^iifg Ualh- at' duo and -jf)]ce- (jl Ct)lrfns'*|troeL, Hol)ort( on \\'l} The Masootte 6.M.C0.— Call (tlio third) ot ldpersliarev-piiyableattbO onitseof the cpmpaiu'. Bt. .jDliij-Breet, JviunccEtpn, on feSay/MaWMlT;'^* '-'? M** TliQftoprielfiry^S;M,Co.-rGaU,(lli,e)7thj of Es per share, psy»blesat offioe of Com pany, St. Jolm-atrajt, ..IjttunceBton, on ARaBr»on'6,M.''ao:=^Jal|i(tlfsl»t)-6f Id, nnj'iWe *^t : offioo pf Oompany, B'.don ThOjMaostri S3i.Op,-^6RU.(tlio.9td),fl| ?id.Vayabirat their blfioo H^pb CU nmtoWj Eliz*aue-l''at,'on-\yeaues(lay,-ifficl(Uth. Khe Hqlmnn P.ki— Caii! Cthe 2nd)%fld W MM. MelbjiulWiiitora and BesH tft ZieUanmWto in.peot BcrJfflprPrtles. iincrfeflHha' King's KssJp ?Sou'''*EjJ}iy^PBd/Ve may KortlFcipot toiSHaRpftfe decided move being made in mlfiTng matters in this vicinity.
Zechan Brick Works. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
Zeelian Brick Works. Hr Connor, the enterprising proprietor of tlie, above works list completed the extensive alterations he has been making to his plant, and. is now in a position to execute Orders for first-class bricks in any quantity. The brickyards, which cover over three acres in extent, ? are situated at the S.E. corner ol the Silver Kinc Extended property, about u quarter .of a , milo from the Zcehnn Main Road. -M. Connor has had to expend a large amount on clearing his ground, which was .very heavily timbered, btteides forming and making the corduroyd road from the main street. His drying area iinder poyer ji now over 6,Q0Qft, which will accoinmodate half a milliqn of brinks, thus enabling them to be thoroughly prepared before burning. Au improved pug mill is at pre sent being erected in close proximity to a fine body of clay, which ?»»» discovered in clearing, nud with tlie additional moulding framcN | lately added, ovqr uO.OOl) bricks a week tan. be delivered: There is an...
HOBART. HOBART, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
robArt. 1BY KLECTSIC TBLE(JRAPJ!J. (From Oou Own CoBnssroNDEKi). Hobmit, March 5. Begarding the Strahnn-Zeehan line of rnilwny the Minister of Lands has accepted the assurance of the contractors for the line that they will have communication opened up bJttvecn Struhan and Zeehan by the end of June, but they will not guarantee to liuvc tho line completed by thnt time. The Minuter intends to enforce the conditions of the contract and call upon the contractors io pay tha penalty .of .non fulfilment. ~ In the examination, of surveyors, .the Goverrior-in-Council lias approved of Oiat portion of the regulations dealing witll the examination «of-urvnyor», providing for six months bona jiih resiiepm in Tasmania being suspended ferVpe'riod of six morilli' from aOth Fehrnary.
[?] ZEEHAN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
aiilWBtii.i,! mevjs^jjjisffiB^AiiB.ijit;^:^. far J»flW»4*n. tW»f««mpawte#(:eE^:-r ar» assumiug a very.fcnsinnesaike appcaronco under the energetic raunagement of Mr TBvisrtET'coBplnfs'TJraBia'aiiinager at Uie tamtigM of,,M»f$r46-Jer-. ««- assUtant manager. The work receiving moii ?iinmedifitfi'i ottention is, the icon ttrS.tiblJ-'.o£ liB Jraniny ' tp make u connect from Ueuunc - V ,'-1;a' ,¥m° Rw*p? m mfpMf l'h'eibngtli of ^»» m&*4 will,1 1 IWrik, bou;mileandtlirep-a.uBrlors, »A4-^Sinnliig' was only raodo/ho other wt-ok on the -vork of construction, and already, 88 nEaiP«h'avobc6riacconinUBhod: Tho wort Sfjurapg ijarile4 piit ijj'a most substantial will ur(itMtely V lli^i rtgiilktfAn SiA^sor meanUmo tlie tiula mil Jje Jtp4. WVU pnlf 2ft#j-tat lo sijt the orflbMiy JigUt tmokt. TbAaccesssW—cltoratio^^mn howcvoM IiJPWhiJIM'''1 'iTTTrnffiifiini ouaf one^Bptf mlsBlio peruiunffBt way heingH of an^aV sultMng strcngthX The - inoiu] I ?hafA-gdBiHmNpNbe flour 6fi the Win1 onWeut ^QjsW...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
MINIM. Mr E. Tolinan, of Uio'lohnan PIA.'.haa just returned frpm ;a prospcojinx .expe dilion tn U» I'Uiuanflistrict, and' report* being unnsualj)'.- successful, Imving secured 400. acres, pf ' splendti uiiii:riil country.' . ,. ? ?; : ?, ? : : t -, .1 *.: Notice of a further increase in the capital ofJlm'.flWU&l.l.'.A. appears M last week's G«rtk\ tlia value of shares being inprptfeS »ftn» ?'Sp.fijjO shares of !!8:0deimh.,tDS0iQ[l0Btfl3eacl). ' , MaamrV-'M*nbnll,.C, P, Knight^ and A. Stc,w.artiptau4*o, apply W rurliiunent far leave to bring in a bill to enable them to conntruct a railway or tramwuy from the tc'rimnuB of (lie ? Btfiilinn-Zecluin railwu}' at^ephautp section No 3 103, in the iiamo of HcOuinnoss.M'North Duudas, to be continued to Mt ilcad. nlong such r9«Jfio* sl|»ll .botoUnd'piaclkalilo upon 'Hie jj -utli Good f nient |.^f: -Jb. jiqUoe 40,000 of as uu each, onToe oE oompany Eld«i(Qiffl»«*i/fS!itabeUl^aeV«i-l''.' ' ? The affioes of the 1'Alace P.A , Sunrise P.A.,...
MANAGERS REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
MANAGERS' 11EPOKTS. '15(0 ;Morint Zcehoh. (Tasmania) BflvEr Lead Mines' Limited,' March 3rd.— Dleck 2— -DiraiiK put . fortnight tlie rr.oflc :of erection o( winding . aud pumping plant js udvahctng steadily, i Block 6— No I slulft; 110ft lovpl, has been ndTOieed 1 fHrlllPr distance at 13ft, tnalnnc tolal^istinoe'from -l«y of shnft, 16itt ioraaihu, iriiito tilatey fiindston-, wntei- making freely. North drnfo on course of. No 1 Ipac luis bedp advanced 24ft, total Bsft, lode formation lift wide pf.coujk, carbonate .of/ irop valid ahti', ?carrying a liltle ga!ena. Diiro south , on course, of No. 1 lode has been advanced -45fr. ' .The ? lodo- formation here is about 2ft wide, carrj'ing car bonate of iron, slate, nnd soft pug. AifsWtViyQl Jqdi-iinS'Jteoq Vliak a further 'JeRthflflOrt.inaWng total jf Oft, tlie lode here li lipprcving,' showing o|r bouatabflron, sandstonb unti bbjoli slate, currying a little calena.rjlocV, (j— Ilw.adil lereliolng'ariveii iibrUi-n-cslv lias been advanced 18...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
Marriage. WADDELL — BARRY. — At the temporary Catholic Church, Zeehan, by special license, on Wednesday, 4th March, 1891, by the Rev. T. M. O'Callaghan, Pastor of the District, Hope Waddell, Esq., Mining Engineer, of Broken Hill, N.S.W., to Bridget, third daughter of the late James Barry, Esq., of Westbury, Tasmania.
Zeehan's First Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 March 1891
Zeehan's First Marriage &nbsp; As time rolls on and history is written, his- torians turn to the commencement of events, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and thence trace downwards through the past to their present. When the future history of Zeehan is being written up, the historian will, under the heading of Social Events, record the first marriage on Zeehan, which was solemnised by the Rev. T. M. O'Callaghan, in the tem- porary Catholic Church at Mulcahy's Hotel on last Wednesday, between Hope Waddell, Esq., of Broken Hill, and Miss Bridget Barry, of Westbury, Tasmania. The Church building was most tastefully decorated, Mr Maurice Griffin acting as groomsman, and Mrs Bashfield as bridesmaid. The ceremony, which was by special license, was conducted with all the solemnity of the Church of Rome. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; After the wedding, the friends of the happy pair re-assembled at Kerrigan's Hotel, where &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 9 March 1891
F. O.HpflRY, IMPORTER OF JBEllGHA^DISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION ? :o:— ? Tlje Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE LISTS' FORWARDED: UPON APPLICATION. Prices; and Quality will compare favourably with any house ? ?_ ? in1 the colony. ? ' ? FERQUSON & CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AKD 10 MURRAY STREETS, UOBART. SOLE AGENTS FOR, Usher's Special Ecsertf c, and 0. V. G. , Whishy. ! Royal Blend Whisky, Case and Jeroboams. Glen Dim (Own Special Blend), Caso and Bulk. E. &J. Bnrke's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk, do. Dublin Stout, McEwan'sEdinburgh Globe Ale, do.- i Bass & CoYi Mo. 4. Ale in Hhds, i Hhds, Kilderkins, and Firkins. Ailkcn's Fnlkirk Life Belt Ale. Bieqnit Duboachc & Ca's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Jules Robin's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Offley Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. Forrcstor's Sherries. Lejnon Hart's W. Indian Ram. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Hum, eto. Holbrpok's Sauces and Pickles. Watson ...