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HOBART. HOBART, March 15. SILVER DICK ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

t H 1 aBSt Mia i llY|trXTaidfEM}r4PH0 . TOoWtin 9vs«apei^W?-*nKST). Hodmit, March 15. .. SILVER .DIClCffiOAPE?., . ? William McKay, olios Silver Dick, who on Fobrunry -27th, at the Pi'ilico Court, Hobartf received n eentenoo-nf twelve months, escapsd from rha Hotiart' gaol upon about the fourth day of his imprjson mont. Tho gaol officioln are Tory rotlceutj but it is undcrntood that the prisoner ma3ri his escape through n skyllplit on 'the gnol roof, and then dropped into tho garden attached to St. Andrew's Church. Tina ninkes tlio third time McKay has espaped from gaol, and considerable . surprise is ] expressed jit such n foat being prac ticablo in the face o£ tho previous actishs of tlio prisoner. ' TELEGRAPH OFFICE BURGLED. , . The burglar boom still continues in a mild form. Tho latest scene of operations whereon these undesirable citizens have operated upon ia at the Telograph Office. Some time during the early liours of the , morning an entrance was effected, and tkc ' / estf...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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SPORTING REMINE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

.:1SPdRT£&G-:^ ? — ? — . m ' ? I1EM1NE IlACEi . March tt«?tl-,«r^si-in(iMfamiliasl7 known ?? fit ^atnWs JJ.y.Tli 'tT.%; cbts.nby the CpmmtttiiebC;,% West Coart Jookey. ^Olpb. to', hold tbelr Imuiloii oo\fr^)^ ;o£riSn^^A'fti^hdb8-nb!okJB' by'the'arrlval «T r»oehdi4ei»nd their »tt«na«nt trainers and iookoya, with a (sir ?prinkUug of ni«troliolitiin»txUelnthBlrw»ko. ? ' ,; ?liohg' before daylight on 8U Eatriok,1! Day, Ilemlln was alive with 'strangers;' who kept being w«U npreienfed. investor is TS vl ted to ' put down » brick and pick np a liouse ' w'ajirin full awing, and the nhlquitions ?' Grown and Anchor' man merrily iHed'lihig^ilcaUing-»ldf by'iside-Blth' the Kb^es^'JnoVlripoVofef VUOSP^* ofb^k,m*i*^'e*Su3bfiMlyer o'f Idfa^ A variety of spojrU of Jjnore harmless and less molting order warn 'en evidence' and* rojring trafc, particulirlf the proprietor qfa. Starter ; Mr Howlands, Clerk of the Course1 ; Mr Miilraunu, Clerk of Scales ; with thajn /W»tig»hlo.ilr.Glll as Secret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

BuBiness Notices. . ., :-, ??,,- ?? . IMPORTER (JF'MEKCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OF ISViEliYDESCEIPTION TUe Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PltlCE LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices and Quality will coinpare favourably with any house in the colony. ? ___ : FERGUSON & CO. MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND 10 MURRAY STREETS, HOBAItT. SOLE AGENTS FOE, Usher's Special Eceerve, and 0. V. G. Wbishy. Bojnl Blend Whisky, Cn6e nnd Jeroboams. | Glen Dim (Own Special Blond), Case and ' Bulk. ! E. & J. Burke's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. do. Dublin Stout, \ McEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. Ba« .V Co's Ko. 4 Ale in Iibris, \ Hlids, TCiliforlrinR. nod Firkins.' Aitken's Falkirlc Life Belt Ale. Bisquit Duboucbo & Oo's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Jules llobin's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Oflley Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Hart's Vf. Indian Rum. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Rum, etc. Qolbrook's Sauces end Pickl...

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Post Office Assistants. HOBART, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Post Office 'Assistants. 1BY ELECTMC TELEaBaPJf^ ft'BOU'OUlIOW.V BEPMaBmTtVt!,] Houabt. March 16. Mr ifaffralh, Secretary (or the Post X)flico, ia pow:cpgnged arranging with Hid Minister in cliargo to fend two assintauts foi-ZoeliBB YtiSi QBkse: If nothing definite done, will assist to dcpujjrtionise.

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NATONE P.A. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

NATONE P.A. Mr Drookn, lh« prospector in chnrgo of the Natono prosp^eting ptrtyj has returned to Kcrhan, and hnnded in a most satis factory report to his Company, having secured two sections, containing 135 acres, and that a third section of 80 acres is in tho process of being surveyod. Mr Brooks reports thai he has dis covered excellent surfaco lodes, aud fur nishes samples for assay. ?'? ?;?'?! ? The sections'- nro situated under the north western slope of Mount Koid. and offcrs'spiendid (acilitioB Sdr working! i '

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

W. S.Taroett, Zeehan and Dundas, House and rotate Agent, has frontage building blocks for sale at Zeehan at reaconable prices. Hotels bought andwM. Inquiries can be made at Mr Evrrshed'a atationer'a shop. Meetings A PCTBLIC MEETING will be held at the nundas Hotel on MONDAY next, the 23rd inst, to take into consideration the advisability of urging an the Government the necessity of continuing the rued to the Comet and Maestrie's S.M. Companies. J. MT HASLETT. Osavener. Shipping- ? m u is' s. s. devon mm HOBAUT FOR BTRAHAN, EVEBV WEDNESDAY, AT NOON HETUBhXS'G FBOU S T E A H A..N EVERT FRIDAY AFTERNOON. The Devon is the best appointed and fastest boat in trade, and carries a first class stewardess ? ? fp E n i- e r s are invited for ike FORMATION and CONSTBUCTION of about 10 chains of STREET (returnable on tbo 21st March), at the intersection of King and Station-street. §pccifioutiona and full particulars can be obtafued , at . tlie . Sbolverton Hotel, corner of King and Main Avonue. ...

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Oar Telegraph Line. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Oar Telegraph Line. Oar telegraph line has airala $ot whst Alf. Holland calla 'the jerks,'. it having struck work for a leren bout npejl to:d»y, Uorlnj the past feV davi we have b«es hunting up information regarding ourcrrstit telegraph lines, and although the local officers are as doss aa,clams we have complied a few Items that donbtlets will interest oar readers, and be news for the officers in charge of the Hobart end.

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MEETINGS. GOOD INTENT EXTENDED P.A. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

/ MEETINGS. GOOll IKIENT EXTENDED F.i. At a-^enetal moating of-flluu-BUoldara^ Jleld at llic Zeehau Hotel on Saturday last it was dcoid'iii to rc-float the Company into f)0,fl(l(l«lmre8of- one «hiHing--«aulir4o lie (li8lribU(edrfi-nongW lh% present 'pro- prietors jtro mta. The section owned by this Company adjoins tho (rood lutcut, aud Graham and Goldstrnw's seel ions, and has nil urea of nearly HO acres. An experienced miner iB now employed in prospectirjgthe groond'. ? ; . | :'

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Strahan, Snaps. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Strahmt&ntiips. (Fnou odr own OonnnroaDoir,) - ' Two Men who Were engaged' ty Messrs Wilson and Pontffcx to scrub two acres of laud at \VeBt-6trahan thought they would take advantage of the wind being, as they thought, in *he. right quarter for burning off, without doing damage to property, set the dry out scrub on fire yesterday. Thiis fire brought a alight scare to these living in the neighbour hood while it lasted, bnt eo far.nodamage was dona I am told that some beys -et the bush tttiBrejiearerlo the Wawmra owneu by the above firm, with.the result .that an iron ehed with a quantity of feed for tattle, together with a bullock yard and feeding troughs, were completely destroyed, the fire ?weeping orer the lot almost simnltaneou-lv. There is nothing 'fresh at present fa regud to the new ailver ore finds, with the excep* tion that some of the surface ore was assayed, the result being at the rate of 28oz and a few pennyweights to the ton. This andfatter will do. It is reporte...

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The Buffs [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

mw Buffs, ?'- It was a lmppy idea of (ho omatetfra v])o rejoice in the above title to makef uicir first 'bow before a Zeehan audtenocjn the causo of charity, and too much praise ogonot he nccorded to ilieiu for, the sacrifice of (imc they expended in'pre parinir tho »n*J,'y excel lent programme tliey presented at the 'igeglnin Di«litulc last night for the purpose of s^flns-^uR ^e .funds of our local hospital. That their efforts were appreciated, staple proof was given by tho crowded kouBts iiifi waited ilieir uppearance, that tlieircilorU vets' m artistic success the tumultuous arjpkute thU greeted nearly eyery. item I or. the progrpm^o 'tA&jjpd. We regret that want of space prevents us from, treating mor»:fuliy-of each individual item oq ),))o programme. Tlie'stagb w«a*rrangca Tory tastetully, and out of conipliniis,' to the day tho liarp oV Eriu drapod wltli groo.1, fcr/ned a centre pieiie. After nn excelluDtly execuifd o»«r(.ure, Mr Frustr put the. audience itt good iluup...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Correspondence. From onr readers we invite correspondence on matters of general interest which ws will, whenever practicable, insert in this column, tt wilt be necessary for our corres pondents to write on one Bide of the paper only. In etating this, wa wish it to be dis tinctly understood that we do not stipulate for Bupernne cream-laid scented note-paper to be nsed : down to lirswa paper will do us, provided the ink it is stained with convsya items of interest to our readers. , With the opinions expressed ia this colninn we do not identify ourselves. The writer's name in all instances must accompany contributions, not necessarily for publication.

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Facts Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Knbtim, ?filttb «aV ksown of ths metal lortnaspoilu of the western seaboard' of TumanU plior to thWtlbt a atampeae of ulnen anJ others sjet' ln to the cowt from the eastern tin fields and -their peregrinations over mountain and doll swollen creeks and'rl»Mb, with an occasional ie explorer ijs .front Ihe jmmmlt ,cd a hip-ton 'P yjjf e»TOI» W' \at -?*$$)/ dSp 'onffldS itrandedforrcster I should say— and he begins to fed within himaelfUiatT*U-f would soon be at hand, when the f njpty Oour-lug could be mbcr. No doabl*»v»4*moell; felt (he . Bltufttlon keeQWjfjB .Jrom Jtytipei: of tlia hill now known m DonnBtlj^tjOoVotat, where day attfaarfceautipn*! htiMt$ftts Mto mighty deep, anxiously swatting tot the long looked-fereall to *n»ke to »op»li«n». , ' With all the booming tint followed Mount Heeinsldrlt and Its «um-»ndinj platsaa -felled toTeacn'ihe'&pcetatlB'ris than formed If It. Tin TO obtained id nearly all the creeks that flowed from the mountain* ranges Into the ooean beneath...

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MINING. ZEEHAN. THE SILVER QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

MINING. ??'?'?' ' ' I By Out SniclAt,, Mr G. D. Glttsitt 1 ZEEHAN. - . THE BILTER QUEEX. On Monday morning n commencement was made to 'ink the main shaft on block 163!) from tho prescut depth of 112ft. It is Intended to sink another 100ft before again opening out. Tim drivo on the eoulh eaRlern lodo at tlin 102ft level is being continued, and a rise i'b being put up to connect with another level lift above for ventilation. A crosscut is also being put in to intersect the BOnth-tvcstern lode. There is a little ore showing in tlie lode, but not much of first-class quality nt present. Water is making a( tlia rate of 8,flOO gallons an hour. On Block 1G3B a connection has been mado from the shaft at the mouth of: the adit, with No. 1 winze, and the drivo is being continued northwards, having been advanced about 25ft towards No 2 »iuz', orluOltfrom the shaft. The face chow the lode to be 2£ft wide, composed of a mixture of oxidised, carbonate, and sulphide oi es. A connection between No.'...

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Stock & Share Market. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Hobart, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

StocJc & Share Market. ?;..,'? ? ?! .; ? 'V ?:'- ? ? .J' [DV ELECTRIC TELEORArn.] [lH0H OUK OWN CORRBSrONnEST.] HoharL March 17. Sale- mado on the Hobart l'ublio Stock Hxchnu^e Ibis «rening : — Adelaide (contributing), Ss Cd, 5s 8d Anderson, Is Dd Comet, 15s, lSs Gd - ' Comet Extended, £5 Is Gd, £5 3s 6d ttmntleroy, Is Gd, Is id Haosett, Is lOd Ixir.l Dundai, Is, Is 2(1 Molbourno (contributing), 4s 2d, 4s 3d North Urubb, Is lloyal Dundas (contributing Is Id, Is 2d Business was brisk, and a lorgs number of shires ohangtd hanls.

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Waratah Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Waratah Notes. [3* QUIDSUKC.1 We have been lately experiendnd many vicissitudes in the weather, but for the last two weeks it has not been qnltaso capricious, hence we have been enjoying fully that amonnt of really firat-clasa amumer weather, a not very uaual occurrence at Waratab. But Ibe persons whom this mnch abased weather question mostly concerns, are our road contractors, and who can wander at this when it is remembered how detrimental a few days of irriguoul weather is to road making. The Government an to be congratulated upon hiving the West Coaat road constructed ao snhrUntiallv and cheaply, Aak Mr KempUng ia road oon. trading worth following np. ' On the wholi, mining matters at the Why te Riier and Heazlewood districts an in a very haalthy aad fluuriahing state. Quite recently a very-rich discovery wu mado at the Heazle wood mine, and that veteran prospector,' Mr Bell, has aggrandised his already long list of discoveries by revealing the secret that the Magnet Range is im...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

MANAGERS' HSP0KT8. 7'fes . Ualunc,— llepoit fur fortniRht ending Hih'Msrph :^Drive »t the ;5tt level is now in 45ft from a])jjfft and is .passing tiroughir-»n«nduianganose mixed with country, rook, ^lie whole . being very much disturbed 'with no defined wall so far. Deponnbrt.---l)uringt)!e'past fortnight, the tunnel lias fcecri drjrerj a further dis tonoe of 29ft. makinc a total of 231ft. ±t No. 2 prospect «haft, tho eastern drive has been extended a further distance of SOft, now a total of Jj5ft;uav« had splendid country for working in this drive, and arc cloaotolft). 3 shaft, so I shall remove the windlass' on to it on Mijnd^yj ? - ;Tho Mount Zeehan , (Tnsmaoia| Siltes Lend Mines, March .17, — Hove to report for past forlujght:— Block 2-r-The work erection of winding and ,puuiping plant is progrct^ng tteadily. Blooko— No. 1 shaft west )eve)i jbw bpofl adyenoed : b. further di^une^pT lOfl,- mftinfiji^l ^jatapoe from day of Bliaft lOatt.iTormafion white slaty saudstone. Nortli driv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Special Advertisements: JD/INK OF VAN UIEMEirS tAND iDDKD AS. A BI-WEEKLY AGKNC7 Of the BANK ? is now ' ESTABLISHED AT DTJNDAS, In Premises ADJOINING THE POST OFFICE, it the Adelaide .Turn-off, and mil be open for . AGENCY BUSINESS Ae under stated : — , TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, 12-noon to 3 p.m. CHAS. A. LITTLER Manager at Zeckan. 24th February, 1601. ATATIONAL BANK |OF JTASMANIA (Limited). D U N D A S. A RECEIVING HOUSE ^connection with the ZEEHAN BRANCH, I- Dow open -t DUNDAS, Adjoining Messrs. R. McKUIMIE & CCVS STOKE, ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS (Signed) GEOEGE HOBNE. Cliicf Manager. THE AUSTRALIAN MCTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1649.'] Registered under the Life Assurance Com panies Act, 1874, as a Company having secured Assets in Tasmania. She most prosperous Life Assurance Office doing business in Australasia. 100,000 POLICIES IN FORCE, assuring with Bonus additions upwards o£ £40,000,000. Annual Revenue Exceeds £1 ,700.000. ' Invested -Funds Eicecd - £0,600,000 Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

Conveyances ? LYNCb'S COACH TO AND FROM DDNDAS. Leaves Hli Livery and Bait Stables, Silver . Queen, Daily, calling at Hotels en route. TIMB TABLE. Leaves every Monday morning at 8.30 s.m Returns, 0.30 a.m. Leaves, 10.30 a.m. ; Returns, 12 noon. Ceavcs, 3.30 p.m. ; Returns, D.80 jmb. TUESDAY. Learej, 8.30 a.m.; Ruturnn, 10 u - Leaves, 3.80 p.m. ; Returns, 6 p.mi. Wednesday, do., do. Thursday, do., do. Friday, do., do. SATURDAY. Loaves, 8.30 a. ru ; Returnf, 10 a.m. Leaves, 3 pjj-. ; Itelurns, 4 p.m. ; Leaves, o p.m. ; Return*, 0 p.m. FARES— THREE SHILLINGS. E. LYNCH, Proprietor. DAILY COACH HETWEEN JiKMINB CorcIi Leaves Remino every lUEBDAY, THURSDAY, ASD SATUDDAY, At 10 o'clock Xhavics Zkehsn i:\tnY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND rniDAY, At 10 o'clock. BEOOKS AKD FAULKINER, Proprietors. ZEEHAN L1VEKY SI'ABLES. p KENNEDY Begs to notify to the Public tint he lias opened a Livery and Unit StRbleB and bopes by strict attention to business to merita foir sbarc of palronnge AH communications 'pro...

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Zeehan Mails on Fire. PARTIALLY DESTROYED. ENDLESS CONFUSION. MORE DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

ZeeJtan Mails on Fire. r.AB,TIilLY DESTU0VED. ENDlisS~OONFUStON. MOKE DELAY.' We o£ Z=elian aro truly unfortunnte in tbc matter of etir mails. Scacelr liavc we bad time to recovtr from Uio shock of knowing that our innil bogs had been lying on the wliarf at Strahan for days nt the mercy o£ wind, weather, or any dishonest persons, when we aro kept wailing for over 30 hours extra for tho following mail; llii'n matters havo scarcely passed into history when our correspondent at llobart telegraphs us as follows : — The posUnastor in charge at Waralah, luu telegraphed, Mr. ulajrraiu, the Secretary of the';Post Office at Hobort, that the train carrying the West Coast inoilp, arrived at Warattib more than an hour and a half overdue. ' , The '.ruard reported that the traiu had caught lire arid Ufurowly escaped destruc tion. Tlie whole of the West Const mails were badly, burnt, all thnt remains of dozens of letters being charred ends and ECrnps. . ' ? The Slmlura, Kemine, Waralah, and Zeehan...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1891. SANITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 March 1891

?r_-i L3 i^[jaii§fjumla5'Jci(alil. * For the cau«c thut Inch* uri&ttsc* For tin wroot that noo.il mlatwo* For Cm rtmire In the dfsuiua aJal the good thst w» cu do.' WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 16. 1891. SANITATION. One of the most important quest ions that can possibly arise in such a community as ours, is that of drainage and the disposal of hoiise refuge ; that we are attempting to take any action in these matters no one, in our town can assert, and those .who look further than Tjcrsoiial convenience regret such apathy. ? Most of our residents are, we feel assured aware of the risks our towns folk are running from disease that will inevitably follow if the present state of affairs ere allowed to exist for a much longer period of time. It is only necessary for any observ ant person to walk through our town and notice huge stables placed iu close vicinity to houses, towards which the whole drainage of theistablea tenrl ina sickening stream of polluted mire, it is only necessary to visi...

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