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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

SBGBXStSfJS The f^rflng I dvS^tbm of t^a^hVl ' / victpir in the apriqt f Jco of the vtv Is taken rinir. until a law Bnebail 'nn« ^SaW'iiMmU S'l to 1, and oven ahorterodda were taken jut Mom the Sag; folU Down till latter vent, and away jumped Chefaroaritelifaa kangaroo .from the tnarkjn front. Two or three of the fivld kepthlm oorapany for ha» a mue, buiiv the two-furlong post the other Si wen dean tha'auiaWof the Newmaftrt atleast,is.*idl a cerWntr been ^nVctea. His party w^ri hearftosaythathe wouH baveTieateh&Hae: ' At any rate he conld hare equalled dranbrook's tlmerecorain «e|event, ana thbtwttlftflb more on his Ijack, The 8jdnoy people baoked 1 frtrtb^O^or^^^wVpWv*^^ J' liitwlth tremendous (eree, She wiaBtrl' not tbe most taking of raeehoneC WSe la k sprinter amo'nj tpHnWs, andthepitTfj tuf; eo tliat hU real powers n»lght haye been tried. Matador* eawy would wsjimntfthe belief Oil

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Jems' Letter to Sue. ZEEHAN, MARCH 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

JeiM' Letter to Sue. '.','?)'''?: :\\\ «? '?'? ZORatr, Maboh 6th.' ? Mr Omr Df «K -3tit ?', V ',' Your letter came, and I was glad to find That Jrou and all tnyfriuda was well, as I have left behind; WtyAassiyonrhertitoheer'dnieW to get rtWatfllnefromrou ' ? , An' know tajatpfmr was still the Mine, thy tare Ab,iSne,l/m;in anawloiei, for all nV money's ' apeot An«otherday»areknm^own( as' burnt tee I jut ted vffmVaj^'t. and then I get's Wherel pjjjl^taake a little pUa, by liujiu' ap sinn amp. ' A chap what know'shls way about, came with mJrlenoiyJsalle, ' ? Sez he, ' If yon will buy Ontarios you'l make a bloomin'ipUe. , . : . They'rejast'»'goln' to strike ? lode, an' now 1 fur tjtjl8 a song Too jn-tpan,bD-iwhat'in«week, will set you goin' strong. A trend o' mine can sell a few, they're only ..1- pent*, ? ? I'm cure,:Ton'l anap the few fae'a got, if you've S»t any ?ease.' Sec I, 'IVeonlygota ten-Iran -note.' Set he, '.It's just the thing,. So giro it here and cum Dime by, an' 100 serin...

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A New Silver Find. HOBART, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

A Nm$ifo-&-imiid. f' [BY BLECrRIO TELEGRAPH.] (ftUM OUB OtVH COnftEBPOKDKNT). ..,-:ir;£.;;.i,:L-T .'rvjaohinT-. Maroli«- ?' Some considerable amount of ezoitement WU caused in -mining circles yesterday, when it bcoamc known that a fresh dis covorj'lofellver-looa ore had been made in tlie neighbourhood of Peppermint Bay, a district that hitherto has not boon lookei upon as a mineral one. From what beta be gathered, it appears that a jmnn was cngogod in road-making in'the v'icihity of tho Day, and during the progress of his work:O large tree fell across Uie toad, the roots of the treo tearing up o large patch .of Ground, discovering the cap of a lode. ' Upon noting this accidental aineovery, the fortunate finder proceeded to dear the earth away, and exposed a silver-irad lodo f «|lly 10ft in wiatb. Specimens were 'obtained and fonvarJed to Uobnrt for ;nsMJ, and ulthongh the ?totusl results arc kept a secret, sufficient has leaked out to-cause considerable in terest being turne...

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The Pieman. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

' The Pieman. Every da; brings to Zeehan freeh news from this district, and althongh onUlde of the SucessB very little work of any magnitude is at present being done, yet ground ia being daily pegged off, with every proapeot ot a siller Eeld oliating at, the Pieman at -no very distant date. The following aeotioin hate lately been secured : — Tolman, 5 ; Dearman, S ; Howard Wright, 5 ; Strong, 3 ; Griffin, 9; Dunn. 2:; representing bvnr £(00 In fees to' the GoTernment. The prospectors all com plain very bitterly of the want of a bridge or boat over the Fieinan, anil a petition is now being signed for forwarding to the Minister for Lands aud Worlu, which wa hare not the slujhtMt donbt will have the desired effect of removing the difficulties aurroinding the cnusing of the Pieman.

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Strahan Snaps. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

fflrafmn Snaps. [fhox av* own conKKsroKBr.si.T March S. The reaidettts of Str.ihan 'were thrown into a state of eveitement in the early niora ing, E a.m., when it became known that a inau hai shot himself on ihe roid, near GaSner's Kail. Tb* deceased was . a stranger here, named C.'T. Fox, only bavin; ' arrived by tbe a x, Devon the diy before, and went to stay at Gaffney's Hotel. 'Later an in the day an inauesVwsis 1'eltT on the remains ibefsn Mr E. H. FowiU, the coroner for the district, and a jury of nine. , The first witness caljed was— ' Joseph Cordell, who,' on baiiig'awbrn, said : Ikave ssen the body of deceased, C. J. Fox. On the niijht of tbe 6th, March then were ' some ladies and gentlemen staying at my house, and were gniog'to Trial Harbour by the s.B. Advance this momlnt;, I gat up at %80 to .awakg them, jand.abouf A30 went on home I stood oniny verandah to«etbeBanks' PanlnsuU ana the Derph leaVt'the wh«rf.: ' I then '?went iriide,put'T-out the lights, and went to.teB/ l...

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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

Stock & Sliare Market. ZEEHAN 'STOCK EXCHANGE. , _ MijicH.io. The Secret&ry ot the Zeehan SUict Ex change reports the following sales and quota tions on 'Change this day :— Morning. Austral, s 5s 3d Oceans, b 51, e 6s OS Bonarua, a us Dundw KitoodeJ, b 3s 6d, 1 4s ?No lSandu,s^i Silver Quean, bX717i Ditto Ertended, s 13s 6d Western, b 3s I'd Central Balttrup, s it fid MonteChrbto.a2s9d ltobinsoo, e Us Afternoon, Austral, s 5a 3d Bonanza, a 6s Binneratus, b 2s Sri, t 3s 6d Comet, b 16a, b ICs Sd Doric, b la. 4d, a Is 6d Dundas Extended, s *s Fanntleroy,sl« 7d . - . . Goodlnte»t,».i«0 . , - . .' ' Junction, s la fia.. - Klntt)rioiJai,«rSi8d . . - , ' / Mount Zeehw.'» 5s 6d Melbourne Propriety, b 4t 2d, s U 6d MineTTS, s 2i Mfdamc Milha Np 1, ? 5s. Ooeana, Ii 5s, a Ss 3d ' ? R«Wn.cn,a4a.s Boyal Dunau, b 1» ia, * Is 9d . , , , , - SlUerQnoen, b f 8, e «6'los ' '?' '?'' ?' '?' Bilver King, £64 -Silver.B.U,sl0s ? 1 , ; - Silver HUU, b 30a ' Stella, s^tte .,,..,,,, Saturn,f...

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MEAT SUPPLY FOR ZEEHAN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

MEAT SUPPf.Y FOR ZEEH1N. TO THE EDITOR. . Sir,— Many residents of Zeehan oamplain— -nd I tbink nith good reason— o{ the high retail price of meat (id to lOd per lb) when the bestbeef iwi be pbtainedinMie agricultural ann pastoral districts iaa th»n 10 miles bom We, at from 25s to 2 Ts per 1 OOlb. It would be to tlie interest of the local butchers, as well as the consumeri), il atock could be brought throuch from tbe district* alluded to bv tbe ?hottest possible roate, anil to do this it would be necessary to have a truck (say 10ft wide) tout through the forest country .that intervens between 'the Success Silver Mine at North Duudas, and the open country on the Huakin eon, south-west of Surrey Hills, a distance of not more than 15 miles. Let us hope that the Hon. tbe Minister of Ltnds will eee hie way clear to have some of the money that has been voted (or ' tracks ' expended in this direction, and Urns avert the possibility of a meat famine on Zeehau during the coming winter. — Your...

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Police Court. MARCH, 10th. (Before Mr. E. H. Fowell, S.M.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

JPolice Court Mabcii, 10th. (Dofore Mr. Ji. U. 1'oweU, s.11.) ASSAULT. Ellz. Baxter, v J. Oaliill. Mr. Stuart for Plaintiff; Kt. Urauharl for Defendant. Dismlsted on teehnloal grounds.

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 8. GONE MAD. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

Iufrrerifflial ,Ot»l#fc, - fBY SUBMARINE CABLE.] (pnblt ODB OWK OOBBttSFOKDXKT). VICTOBIA. .MpuionBNE, March. 8., GONE MAD. ? v; Billy Fanian, a well-known athlete, who upon two dillorontwcasions inflicted defeat upon Peter Jackson, the boxer, mis committed tb Kcw Asylum -ra. ' Saturday, suffering from religious nisiua. : DECBBASB JK WAGES. , . . Messrs' Wright &. Edward's,' rolling stock, and, carriage ma!iufa/;tarers ,nt. Brayahfoul;,liave given tho truck hadja1, ' ; about 100 jin number, notice of their iiptent*Ki*-.re4t1ca tlie f»5te o(T«a«s & ? ithfl works from. 10s. to. 9s. per daj.^Thfi men art not - affiliated' \o any'taibttt Union, and one-third of t&& 'jmmber are said to be willing to accept' the ' , reduptfnn in ti« face of tha Jptuerally / depressed state of tftuje, 'A iqau* meefjqg of eq\p}qvoes will tsfce place on , Tuesday, to prOrflst .ff^ms^th? prflpoied ^reduction on tbe gronnd that all brMcnei of labour arc mennoed UjereUy, ?? Lsou^...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

Correspondence. From our readers we invite correspondence en matters ot general interest which wa will, whenever practicable, insert in this column. It will be necessary for our corres pondents to write on one side of tho paper only. In stating this, we wish it to be dis tinctly understood that we do not stipulate for eupernne cream-laid scented note-paper to be nied : down to brown paper will do us, provided the ink it Is stained with conveys Items of Interest to,our readers. .With the. opinions expressed in this column we do not identify ounelves. The writer's name in all instances must nooompooy contributions, not necessarily for publication.

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, March 7. SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

European Cables. TBY SUBMARINE CABtEL (froh onn. ows ooRREdPoNDKST.) 1 LoHpoNj^March 7. BL1VE TRADE, Iutclligonco rooeircd from the Congo Free States ky latcsl reports^ show 'tiuit ? ; i increaiiod cruelty is being pnrotisod in - the negro slave trade. Tbe scenes tlint arc being enacted are of the moat cruel description. . ; : ? AltGBNTiNB' IJONDS. : ?' Tlie acliemo propose^ .by the prin cipal holders of Argentine debentures for finding security to tho bond-holders Iia9 been signed. ' rARNEiI~ACTIVB. ? Parncll announces that he intends to extend his campaign, to Eugland, nnil will endeavour to securo ilnring the coming nlootion, the return of candidates that are iarourable to his Tievrs. LABODR 'COMMISSION. All influential doputntipn, composed, of Radical Members of Parliament and prominent lenders of labour organisations waited on the Hight Hon. W. H. Smith, the Leader of the Government, iti the House of Commona, and urged the appointment proposal bv the Labour Commission, that one...

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A REPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

A- REPIX TO THE EDITOB. am,— In reply to t- letter appearing in your issue of the 6th lust, referring to tbe Zeahan and Dundas Saw Mill and Trading Co, having tha exclusive right to the timber upon 600 acres of lend slluted on tho North Dunau road, in justice to 'Caution' and theiavesting public, we shall b» at all Unn only too happy to supply the fullest information respeotiiui our sight, and show investors over the company's property, ns we are dealrons of imparting every confidence to shareholders. By referring to the Zeeban and Dundas chart' it will be seen that a considerable area of land was thrown open for eeleetlon for agricultural purposes, reserving mlAlng rights. -' The promoteis.of. this. company have indi vidually secured the right under application lo 100 acres each, and have transferred their in terest iu all timbers existing on their respective ejections, iu all 000 acres, to the Company in consideration of 3,000 shares. — Yours, etc* L. J. BRYANT, Sec pro tent. Zeeh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

Spooial AdTer|«emetitB: ?dank oj* . . &M&$L .fjfjt 4$ JJ Paid up Capital *' .3 -hfmfXH' * Reserve Fund ? £800,000 Reserve IiaMUrvot Pro. prittors under Charter - £1,600,000 ' ? ' £4,000,000 ?dvx das. t ?..;?., A BriOBIVING HOUSE In jconnectjon with the ZEKH AN BUANCH 1» now open at DUNDAS, in Premises next to Mmn MtKimmn mud Ct/s Store, on TUESDAYS ud FRIDAYS, from 10.30 a.m. to 3 p.m. JOHN SAWEBS, ? ' [Superintendent. Superintendent's Office, Melbourne, 20th February, 1891. BANK OP VAN DIEMEN'S LAND (ililtTEB), ' ' DtrifDAS; ; A ?JJI-WEEKIY AGENCT '? . ;.;?.' ..pith.. ?, ; . .RiJTl'- BSAWjK.. ::, ;, ,, Is now ESXABTJBHED AT DUNDAS, fc! in,P.Mmisee ', ADJOINING THE (POST OFFICE, Atthc^delaido tajm-off, and' wflt in open ,','..'...'? tor AGENCY BUSINESS Ai under (Cited :— ?TDESDAVS AND rKIDAYS, ' ' 15 noon to 3 p.tn, ? CHAS. A. 1ITTLER ' -...';' - .. . Manager at Zeehan. MUi February, 1891. ,'. ' JTATIQNAL ^ANK OF ;TASMANIA (Limited). b XT K p A S. A RE CE I VING HOUS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

? ' .'.Cfiayefta!nceB!. , L YNCft'S COACH TO AND FROM ? '-? ?'?DUJSDAS; -??? ?? ' '.. i H LeaveoBiB Livery and Diiit Stables, Sllvor J ? QueoD,l)ail-', calling 'at HotslBenrouto. . ? , : ,:-Tjfit?5ABLB:-,' ???..?' V Leaves every Monday morning at ji.30 asm ? . . Kctnrns, 9,30 a.m. ^k Leavoi, 10.30 a.m. ; llcturnB, 12 noon. ? Leaves, 9.80 p.m. : Returns, 5.80 p.m. ? ? ???' ' , '.'inEBbA*'. ' :h-; '' '. ' ? Loay«8^.3pa.in.; Befunifi, lOa.ra. j ? . Leaves, 8.30 p.m. ; Returns, 6 p.m. ? Wednesday, do- Jo.. . Dmraday, do., do. «? ?-. Friday, do., do. .^.'?'JlUwiiW. -?' ?:: ? Leaves, 8.30 a.m. ; Bctnras, 10 a.m. Lottos. 8 p^jjtetnrn*, 4 p.m. . .. t Leaves) f- $.i». ; Beturt»; 8 p.ni. J FARteB^-THREE SHILLINGS. ' :. i' ~..U. .' .JS.S.YNCH, ? . . . r ? -TroBrietor. ' T\Att1eOO*CH«B'FWBEN BEUIHE V ANP ZEEHAN. Coach I«av»s Bemina every TUESDAY, THOB8DAT, AND : SATUBDAY, ? . At 10 o'clock, i I Leaves Zeeuk event ; I MONDAY, I /WEDNESDAY, I 'and I FnrDAY, j At 10 o'clock. I v flROOKS AND PAOLKI...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

MI&IX& A discovoiy of what if considered to lib a very good gold reef bos been made near Stou'port, about two or tliroe miles from fiumio (stateB the Wellington. Tiiuef),: Some quartz has been showu which looks well, nnd further dcvelopineuts are awaited with coiiBideraUo interest. |Bv Ous Spkcial, Me G. D. (Jidsos] ZEEHAN. Cexthat, Bai.si-hui--s. A COAI. niSCOVEIlY. ? Wlitin tlie capping of. tlie Balslrnp I0J0 wb9 pn«s8d tlirou-{h in a cutting on the Gralib tramway, some people 'eefeinod' to think a most important discovery had been mndc, although, for my own pnrt, I never could scejioiv the inevitable, could be regarded iu that light. In tlie' Mean time a far more striking, and n-hat mny poseiblv ultimately prove lo be 0 very vnluablo diecorery had licen exjrosod some distance farther cast on tho tramway, of whicli no notice had been taken. I Tefcr to the existence of coal (speaking broadly) in (lie form of lignite and nlso in more bituminous form approaching to cn...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. UNSETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 March 1891

. ? I ? ' --???' -U- — ? 'For the obum tiikt Incki msHlRUincM For t!ie wrnnfr th»t peMt mlstAUM for Hie Aitnre lu Hit dUtonoa Ud iha |«d tbU we cu do.' tVEDNESDAY. -JWAKUH U.- 1801. UNSETTLED. WEliavc waited patiently endeavoring to try and deduct some grains of comfort from the correspondence, reports, and official utterances of the Contractors on tbe one part, and the Government of the day on the other, regarding tbe Stralian-Zeelian Rail way, and at last we are forced to admit we arc as far off as ever iu being able to fix anything definite regarding this marvellous Railway. From what we can gather, it appears that tbe position of affairs are as follows : — When the contract tiini! expired early in December of last year, tbte contractors, Messrs. Reynolds'1 and Co., applied to the Honorable the Minister for Lands mid Works for nn extension of time until June 1st of the present year. This request was taken into consideration, and the Minister paid a visit to the Railway Works , on...

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A Vision. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 March 1891

A Vision. Ye Idyll ot jo mountain, y'dept Zcehaan j and ye countrie in view therefrom when ye clouds do lift, ?=-P-IIIL. From Keehan's dome a wondrous prospect scan j .... ^ . Curtain creased soarps to 4bnsh and ppenphun, Dark gullies, rolling downs, and distant peaks,' Wild massed sierras, ofttlmes hoar with wow. And, like outlying shore— rocks— cleaving Dashing with billowy break 'gainst ledge and face, , ; ? i , ? ? - , ,t. So these the storm-clouds rend In. rapid east ward pace, ^ Look frost t/et'*sat|ei of ojreary desert ?ands, And rock-bound bulwark's at the ooean blue ;' ' Shading to green ere serried heaving ranks Of diluting -oam define the I'm* ot bound, That flied by the Eternal's mandate, ' lhus : TJius fsr only 'bait thou go, proud sea, Aud'here shall stayed thy heaving waters be.' Think, looking thU way o'er the unstable, That -to tbe nearest spot when bird could rest OS wing or wsUr— twenty-eight degrees Must trave™#)be,- to distant Mainland:1 ) f ,' Komantip, top, an...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 March 1891

Correspondence. From our readers we invite correspondence on matters of general interest which ire will, whenever practicable, insert in this column. It will be. neceesary for our corres pondent? to write on one side of the paper onlv. In statin; this, we wish it to he dis tinctly understood that we do not stipulate jfor superfine cream-laid scented note,paper to be used : ' down to brawn paper will do us, provided .the ink it is stained with conveys items of interest to our readers. With the opinions expressed in.this colamtt we 'dp not identify ounolves, The writcr'a name in all inataueoa must accompany contribution!, not necessarily for publication. . KEROSISJE TIH LODGE, ZEEHAN. Dcin Editor.,— It's nrj go; it ecnt be did ibis trip. Wo daq'i open a pub every d«y. , , : Mulcaby's a real three-star hummer. Scotty brought home his shirt-breast full, of tucker.. ' leaved Several uneonsiJerod trifles. ' Copter made a whole bottle of whiskey. Will haven shot at tbe whole .concern next ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 March 1891

i.-aoifri-: -jBriiiln^B Notices- ?' )iOr- '1::|-'^ IMPOBTBR OF MBRGHANDISE, MIOTNG EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ' ' — ? :o: ? Tlie Pioneer Merchant of tho West Coast. PRICE LlSTS FORWARDED UPON . APPLICATION. Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any house ..' , ' in the colony. FERGUSON # CO MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS,' 70 COLLINS, AND 10 MURRAY STREETS, HOBABT. :o: ? SOLE AGENTS FOR, Usher's Special Reserve, aid 0. V. G. ' Wbistay. j Boyal Blend Whisky, Case and Jeroboams. , Glen Dbu (Own Special Blend), Case and Bulk. ! E.&J.Burkc's Irish Whisky, Case &-Bulk. ; do. Dublin Stout, ; McEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. : Bass & Go's No. 4. Ale in Hlids, i Hbds, Kilderkins, and Firkins. .' Aitkcn's Fulkirk Life Belt Ale. Bisquit Duboucbe &Co'b Brands*, Case and Bulk. Jules Robin's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Offley 'Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Skerries. Lemon Hart's W. Indian Rum. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Hum, el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 March 1891

. Sporting, j i -T O T ^ I C E ST. PATRICK'S BAY SPORTS. THE Committee-hare deUdedthat thtSporti arranged for the above day, be postponed until Easter Monday sett, when larger .prizes will tw giviu. '! '. /?: . :? ?!. J'l V. A. MARQUESS, Hon, Sec g'41V!''.o p. . t' !''s AS the Grand Inaugural Meeting of the STIjABANi.and ZEKDAK BEGATTA' '* ' ; tABSOCIATION ' * '' lias been postponed until' the opening of k 'ho^UviUarJ.Gri^^ver.Coy', Doberty and Matthews will make an effort to r»iae'«POI*S«for'BABTBR-trtife'l- DAy,,«ob|i»ling,p£ (Handicap Sailing Four-Oarod in lioaryTrorking 'boats,' Four oared lighftoiilij ekiff, and tjjiip., ltaccs, , Handican'Slieffiold, /f JAMEjJcoy, -.i ''?-? A '?' ' '?'? ? ' Secretary. 'DON'T TOBGET BAZAAJfej, LO S T.* .TSAt'.'ft ,T»r.-'.v: :'??:?«'« A KBW TEiVELMNG TRUNK, tMIci z:kiv. ar.p. IV--.1.', .j i:. Addrwed on ^h^ljjh^.g^, Zeehan. Oe,'( ^fl«i^TrWaHarfcinir.i ?..!?-.. lFODE YEAE OI4-5»BA0OHTHOR8E ' ligkt dictnut, white fnw, illver mane t UiL £2 Beward i...

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