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NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, March 19. ROUGH ON RATS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

NEW,60DiH#ALES. ,i,i i-.t .SrDKCT, March 10. Eo'narf on R&T3 xditK; v .t(irni!B M6ila.v,'B picric employed by tho Sydmy, Tramivay.. Company, wne fonnd^eanthia 'rnornintr, sitting ei'l.is desk, with a box of rnugli on rats by his tide everything pointing to suicide. TIHED OF LIFE. The body of a young man was dis covered this afternoon in Hyde Park. The Bnm of £12 was found in bis pocket», also portraits of himself and a .young lady. Tbe portraits were taken in England. The body has not yctjbeon identified.;, : . QUEENSLAND. ' ' Bnisi.vSE, March 20. F1EB AND FDRY. Informntian hns been received that 80 Unionist Shearers visited the Lome Station lost night, and set fire to the wool slicds, completely destroying them ?»b3 their content?; Tlie Government have despatched rt'inforecmcnls of police oiid militRry to tho district,' and a calliaion iielweeh them and the 6bcarers appears inevitable.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

W. S.Taticett, Zeehan and Danda*, Home ? ? and tistete Agent, bas f rantafce building blocks for sale at Zeeban «t teironsble prices. Hotels .' bonRhjt and gold. - Inquiries on be nude at Mr Evprfh«Cs stationer's shop. Parliamentary. , ;fpo iIHE ELECTORS OF WISST ?. DEVON .GEKttEMEK— . .. I desire to announce myself as a Candidate for re-election at tbe General Election which takes place in May next. ' During die period I have had the honour of Representing you in the House of Assembly I have striven earnestly to serve you faithfully, and trust my labours in that direction justifies me in anticipating a favour able verdict from you, whose obedient ' servant ' ' ' ,? s ; : , -, I hope rtp- remain, : .?- J. .McCALL, M.H.A. West' Devon, ' jJ2^^91-' ???-?:- ?'-* ? ' %tiipfririg. ? m H E '8.S. DEVON HQBABX.FOR STJIAHAN, - ?' ~~ ? ? ' -' ' EVERT ''*' ' ''?' ?lUL' WEDNESDAY, AT NOON ?OJ \ 5. '* ## fi-i jr'tf *? ? - - , ??:?? um Tbe Daren b toe beet appointed and f attest boat in trade, and...

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SPORTING TOPSY AND SHAMROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

SPORTING W ? TOP8Y AND SHAMKOCIT. , ? Tn the course of a discussion over the respec tive merits oC the various horses thit were engaged in tbe Steeplechsse, at Remine, on last Wednesday, Mr H. Field, the owner of Toper/and Mr G. Smith; owner of Sham rock, came to terms for a tnntch between their respective bones, om the sticks, for a stake of£5d.- ? ? Considerable interest is being taken in the proposed match, both horses having a Rood IoUowlng;Of supporters. TKf date hs« not yet been decided upon, bnt a deposit to bind the match is poeted in responsible bands.

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HOBART. HOBART, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

HOBART. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (MOM ODD OWS OOnnESrOMDK.VT). Hodaiit, llnrch 21. Mr}. Cook xeeeived a telegram from Mr Lindley this afternoon, stating that Joseph Hodgson and Herbert Rnisney, who were rendcied unconscious through the buggy accident on Wednesday, resulting in tliedeath of the Hon W. Hodgson, have now recovered from the effects of their disaster. : A DASH FOR LIBERTY. This afternoon John Elton and Joseph Turner made their, escape from tbe Supreme Court; bnt were captured some two hours after by tbe. police, nnd placed safely in the goal.

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Inn your [?] of Oddfellows Lodge [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

[?] kS(S,estVrMtj ot OddfelloWr, w^-inaufu. rated with due rites and obierrances on Tlmnduy laat,undertheeunhonious titlrot'The Loyal Silver Star Lodge.'r The ceremony of initallatlon was performed by the Trovlnolal District P.P.G.M., V. J. Betts, of the Oornirall District Lodge. The dnties of the various officials 'enpigeit In the coremony were -f nitli^ fully diicliarged. by the. following gentlemen, who served in those capacities pro tern. — EG. Matthews (New Norfolk) acted « N.G.; J'.G. Sheridan (BiBchoff) V.G.; l'.V. Wstera (New Nor(olk) Warden ; P.G. Eoss Guordian ; and P.G. Muruhy SecretaryV'The following officer* were appointed for the mnnagement of Uie new Lodge: — Walter Hobs, N.G.; T. llobinson, V.G.; R. Mnr'phy, Permanent Secretary; W. Bealey, Elettiia Secretnry ' : ]?'. i. Marquess, Trsasnrer, Fifteen members wen daly initiated,, and after the installation nn adjournment was made to the largo hall ot the Royal Exchange Hotel, where a banquet was tastefully served. Some ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

Correspondence. From our readers we nrflte eorrespondence on matters of general Interest which we will; whenever prioticaWe, in«rt in this column. It will be oeceisary tor onr corns pondents to.snlte on one side of the paper only. In ?tSn*'ihli,.wo' wUi it to be dia tinctly understood that ire do not stipulate for Bopernna cream-laid sosqted note-paper to be used : down to brawn paper will Jo ua, provided the ink it ia stained with conveys itemi of interest to our readers. With the opinions axjuesnd in this colnmn wa do not WonUijr' oanUMa. : The Writer's, name ta all mstancss out acoompany contribution!, not nro»aaiilj for bublloation. There'Uraaa mad out near tie Conutook, tn fact more Hwiseyaai men live put In that highly talfglout quarter, but my particular mas«pends tba gnatast part of Ilia time in cracking a whip, and ahonting out in a fog Via 'iVyle onbbU^rfli Gi,t$£llA%'h'iM all gablp and, TOlnts. , Mr,,P*'. Ohvley Webtter.'says ntt torsatil nOtUSoh to look at hut he's a buf...

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Well Done Pillinger. HOBART, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

Well Done Pillin-ger. BY \VIRE. fPBOll OUR UYTN BErRESESrATIVE.] HodaRT. March 20. Immediately upon -receiving your wire thnt Typhoid Fever had made an appear ance at Zeehan, I proceeded to. place the matter before the authorities, nml the Hon. the Minister for Lands and Works, Mr rillinjrer, list promised tint he ' will immediately, (even if he lias to slip outside of official routine) expend a ilOUO on the drainace of Zeolian. : Mr Mault, the Inspector of tbo Central Ijoardof Health, tasfinielied tbe preparn-, tion of plane . fjir a. ,cpuiplet« sewerage ayBtsmfortne Tdtrlj nl Kechiin, and Mr Fillingcr has ordered them to be placed at once in tlio hands of the Government Enfrincars so that uo, further time ehall be lost. Tlio plan of sewage, as proposed hy Mr Mault oouMsts of two main sewers, to Embrace tbe whole of Uio- town, jepin menqins from tlio vicinity of tUo Zeehnn shift of the Queen niine. aadeKtrndin^ awny past the Silver King 'portion of -Zcehan. Every property owner in'...

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Those Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

Thme Watts, A gentlcmnn'wbo travels ooca»lnnilly'a|oDg the railway line, onder date of 19th, writes :— ' Yonr mails per steamer, via Strahan, came up to-day pertrain to Hcnty taidje, but -the mall carrier left aVoaf half behind In the oon tractor's chaflfthad (natetd of taking them pa l.'emioe, a atsge further on their way. Toe Uffl of j)l» ridjng ^i^h the tnniety of bags he eleoted'to ta)c« on is evjileaoe the borse'oanld bare carried his rider's wcif&t 7- mjl W?I_ ths lot, rithont ondne trooblo beyond hia (tb« rider's) own tramp In lieo'o'f moont for tbe few. .apilat. Not many days previpualy a SBIJarly'bB.sTV »ia|l came up, and Vas «lWg tott« usok ufldle, Tljeie \-M ntt tnBc|i, if aay, lew than Soivt. Part of tliia vas unladen mirtfWi in thescmb (111 suit day, the rest ?;tAi(B)norrdoltiwasonthoZ«i:han 6eld can pnduos oorroboraUve evidence 'of tbeae and other grara laeliss on the part of the null contractor tunaurhhliamanti, by jurt looking jfwtt their conn and comparing- ...

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The West Coast. AGAIN TO THE FRONT. HOBART, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

The West C6ast.-.\ AGAtN TO THE TKONT. nv wrnE, (Fboh Odb Si-Eeut' CoBSJ{Sfo«nriix). Hodabt, Mareh SO, : tlie coal fossils and samples from.' the West Const Coal Compapy'e . Rrouud, 8l(i;*(«} st tlio Henty, ure now being ex hibitcdittdiijrindmvor A. P. Miller, at Ilobnrt, and auiOtail;i)g much ct'ention, not only from Uie publte,' Jwt^froin coal eStperlB and gcplpgiste. , ' . ? Government huvc'deCKlCfl to immedintely fonvard a drill to teit Sit ground, and thus pntfu »^i-t])cr the coal tneanurca of the Iienty fassnes anf eonunercial value, .

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 19. A SHORTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

;ljitereotoiual-^l-^. 1 [BY SUBSlinirilS CABLE.] (FROM OCR OWS COVnEiFOKMtcTT). VICTORIA.' !? .; Mei.botbnjp, March 19. A EB0RTAQ& The examination of the books of Bogg, accountant nf the Melbourne . Storage Company, shows a deficiency of over LI 0,000. Bnffg has dijapponrod, nnd a warrant his been issued for his nrrest. PHTINDaTpOUMD'. ; ! Xlio Mcpinn 10 which John .Walter Pdtnd sue-l Cosmo Neivbnry tor L2fi,000 Tor alleged iibel arising out of the report on the Otway Platinum Prnprrty, was to-day dismissed, the plniutiff hnving failed . /to make, a statement of claim within the prescribed time. A PETIXIOff. A petition will be jirosented to tho Governor, on next Saturday, praying for the reprieve vl ? the vooodejnB«d man, Wilson, whoso execution has been fixed for next Monday. ~ March 21. DONT LIk'B PAETIWG. An action has been commenced by BluQffHoTnjjjic in.^ie Sn5)j£ij$ jConrt to ostnliliuli his clnim to 'a Iialf-iatJbxt Tattersall s Sirneti of LlO.000 on tbe aieloaurae Cu...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

MINING. Messrs Foirootskeaud XJiomiley report il;ct^;eminiii(! market rcinnined very quiet during Ui£ii7)w)a ot last week, ^Uicks Tioepi6g about saibk p4«PC tvitli 4ho ex ception of Fauntlcroy's, wiiisii t,ad H\v business 'up IS tis ua, and Sllould ll'ave iyrfher support. Qgmets bavo coino baj-lt to 1»» ^''jvliicti price full- parcels changed Jjnndg. .... . . , . . ?iV-r.'/WR™'-/ Tiik work tliatliii recently leer, carried on it this niioelcousiflls ill ('riyiafl;' ao^jit on the course o£ Np. 3 lode. Starlins at a point nboujt ^''\)lial«» from the Kostern boundrv.iyjihjUieMAntnnii, am) «n equal dirtftn* &Wlir^rti/e t-^ndry with tlio Western mines. Jt JUej been driven 47ft. in 'a Southerly direeliau i^C? *I,io bill which risen' ritber'iibruptlyifro'tasiie creek. The lode, altliounh not Iar»p, carried some aifB orp^jconBiutinp of both solid and do coinpo«(-4 galena of wbich fully a ton of /iretj ipd i»c,i'f|fj ,r^Sf of, j^ooc^n Ja hnvc b^ocn' Sron, Tjlio j^lona . f« Ijf Mjellcn...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, March 19. A CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

Bi#)eban| Cables. m b- — m M - (rnOX ODB OWfrbORREBroKDEKT.) Londok, March 19. i. mLtlEKaU AOCEPTED. Mr M, Henly, who shards' the lenrc 6(-nlrition'of Cork Tfith Hr Parnell.hai! acueptod the cliailuiigo ' ot thb latter that thoy should bollt resign and seek ra election in the mmt plnee. ' ' .f . . . ; -:n OOLDraoHIBrtBD.1''' A fltnte order, has been issued in America, prohibiting the exportation of gold in burs. The ' Times ' of to-day sny« this is the first step toirnrds the abandonment of tho gold1 standard. BBAVE BBITiSU TAHS. , , Litter particulars reapactihg tbe colli flion botwwn tha eteamthfps ItotfnejUnd Utopia, off Gibraltar, show that during n fierce grle, the strength. of tho current svfopt the Utopia across the bom nf the Rodney. Those on boord of tho Rodney were quito poiverloss to avert tho acciilont on account of ths wildness of the Wenthor. The brarerj ot the British mannf nar men lind the crew of tho Rodney in trying to save life were unexampled and licrolc. ,,,'.'....

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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

Stock & S/iare Marhet. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. Mahch 21. The Secretary of the Zeehan Stock Ex change reports the following sales and quota tion! on 'Change this day :— burning. Austral, b 4s 4d, sls'Sd ' ' Banner droaa, s 3s Central Balntrup, a 2a 3d Faunlleroy, h 2s Id, b 2i Bd Junction, b Is 24, s la id Klnj DuudM, s 3s Melbourne Proprietary, s J» Sd Oceana, b 49 21d, s (3 IJd Sacramento, e £4 10s Saturn, s 2s Suicesi, b 3s, 6 3s M Adelaide, b fia Od, « 0* Comet, b 12s fid, s 13s, sales 13e 3d Evening. Austral, s 4i Od .l'anntkroy, b 2s, s 2s 21, tales 2] KinffDundM,s'2«lld Melboamo Proprietary, s 4i Cl Oceana, 0 4s 3d, s 4s Sd* ' Sitnrn, fl g- 3d Ko. 1 Dnndas, a Is Sd [BY -ELECTRIC TELEORiPH.] [rnoM oon own coniiKsrosnKST.] Hobart, Mirch 21. The following sales and quotations were made on the fiobtrt Stock Exchange thii avfDlnj :— . Little Wonder, a la ' North QolduGate, b i)s 3d Anderson (contributing), b Ia 6d, a ts lOd Coinitt, b 15a lOd, a 13a id Comet Extended, b £4 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

Special Advertisements: RANK OF VAN DIEMEN'3 LAND (Limited), D U N D A S. A BI-WEEKLY AGENC1' Of the BANK Is noiv ' ESTABLISHED AT DUNDAS, InPremiiM ADJOINING THE P03T OFFICE, At the Adelaide , Turn-off, and will bo open for APENCY BUSINESS As under itated : — TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, 12moon to 3 p.m. *? HAS. A. LITTLER Manager at Zeehan. 2«h February, 1891. ?RATIONAL BANK [OF '.TASMANIA (Limited). T-iU N D A S, & EECEIYING HOUSE ^connection with the ZEEHAN BRANCH, ; . Is now open at DUNDAS, Adjoining Maura. R. McKIUMIE & CO_S STORE, ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS (Signed) ? - GEOEGE BORNE. CMrf Manager. JJVERSflEi) BEOS., BObkSELLEfiS, STATIONERS, ;-.-. o ' ZEEHAN. With tbe addition of the aiga and n ed '., ,?-.. ..-. ? atoekot , ? -....- SrATTONERY, FANCY GOODS, ic, ' lA&ortaa direct by Maaan. rCALDEB, ? BOWDEN , & ,C0. t ' We tie Slow In a feoktlon'- lo offer in -public -XS«he tat «lerttoOT the flSertjOoait. Intercolonlaipapera always on Han EVEBSHED BBO...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1891. OUTLOOK FOR SILVER MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

^||lii |: jSuhilaa herald.] , ' For the nVlw tlnl lKt« «ilJ«t«i-c« For Uie Kroiig tint dm.Ii ml»t»iio« For t-» tutura ia till diiuntw atul tha (OOl tii»t m ma do.' MONDAY, MARCH 2H, 1801. OUTLOOK FOR SiLVER MINING. In our last issue a correspondent under the pen uame of ' Horizontal ' contributed an article to this paper on lie ' Outlook for Silver Alining, ' and wo feel satisfied that in the article under consideration, ' Horizontal ' has opened up ample food for reflec tion on the putt of those whose inte rests are identical with the advance ment of our district. 'Horizontal' in citing matters quite relevant to the subject at issue, writes : Where then shall we look for (lie cause? Why lirstly in our own cupidity. One parly takes up a cliiini and float it prim arily fur their own bcnelil, Tliey go to others for subscriptions. ' No !' say the others, ' go cleewkerr. Wo will do as you do, and llontn cluiin for ourselves.' And go Uicy go on uulil everybody is full up of claims and th...

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SHIPPING [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SAILED. HOBART, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

SHIPPING ? — '?':?'*» ', — t ?? i- IBY'ELEOrBffi ^&E(ffiAP^.] (FtoH tm «m QoSpoSbinx!)' ' BAILED. HoniltT, Maroh 20. ' B6wraa.«., (A. Lloyd), (or Etrahan. Paa ?engera :— Meurs Ryan (3), Clifford, Weston, Feteraon, Walker, Mnllows, Donohne, Ready, O'Keate, Barrett, Stewart, Sweeney, Wilion (3),and2oinSttenfie. ; t ? March 21. - Banka Peniotnla b.b.. (J, MclToir), for Strahan. Fanengera :— Mesdunes McArthur, Norton, and three children, Owen, Cleveland, Gillow | Miluei Baynton and Taylor ; Mutrs Kirkwood, Howllmon, Linton, Johnson, Hall, Dayb, Simpmn, Erans, Hujwood, Mctwd, Enmney, Oonnell, Deranio,and 30 in tbe ?teerago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 March 1891

m,' ? ' ? CofarajtanpeB BT YKOU'S COAGH 10 AND FfiOM KiJ .DDNDAS. ?Leaves His LireryJwdBitit Stables, Silrer ? Queen, Daily, celling at. Hotels enrontc. ? TIME TABLE. E lieaves every Monday morning ntB.80«.qi I ?? Returns, 0.30 a.m. I Leavoa, 10.30 a.m.; Returns, 12 noon. ~ Leaves, 3.90 p.m. ; Returns, 0.30 p.m. k TUEBBAT. I IrtiiTCfl/fi.SOaltb.i Returns, 10 B.m. I Lents, -3.80 pjn. ; Beturns, 6 p.m. I Wednesday, do., do. , Thursday, do., do. I Friday, do., do. I sATtmnav. I LcavcB,-8.30 o.m ; iteturniy 10 a.m. I Leaves, § p.m. ; JtcturnB, i p.m. 1 Leares, f- p.m. ; Returns, 0 p.m. I FAKES-THREE SHILLINGS. I . :. , E. LYISQH, I ? ? ?* *--' ?'? i ? - Proprietor. I T)AILY COACH BETWEEN RF.MIflE I Coadi Leaves Bemine every \ I TUESDAY,' ''-' I ' 'raunlpbAT, I AKU I 'SATIMDAY, I At 10 o'clock. B' LEAVES Zf.KMN EVERT ? MONDAY,1 ' I WEDNESDAY; ? asd I FRIDAY, I At 10 o'clock. I CROOKS AKD FADLKINBR, . I . Proprietors. [ EEEBA2J LIVERY SIABLES. \ p KENNEDY Begs to notify to Hie Public that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 March 1891

' ' ' [4r. $'dkarn;Ztk\* and'-Doadal; Hi»se TENDBKS «reinvit«4, returnable to the nndersignea. on HONDAV, Mareh- »6*li, at A p.m.,1iorAhe ERECTION of MASONIC Skit. ? ' 'riltrt/tpieAoatibnB tod ell p«rtlcnlan to be seen and obtained after WKDKES DAY, 25th;at\W»IeVan Parroiugt, be .twsentliekaunof 13 to 2, and evening, v. P Mt,yiR -inriKo»o9MP4Nj^i ?ri!Nbtbaa«ln»i^»o.lhe OAETAGI a/qf^M^i^jli^atbour y- Comatoek, ana ORE Irein flgtn*oek .-« Trial Bukoar, laptyUwttOowUek. T«nduscloaa,39thijwt. '- :4A as r i a Ajar an invited lot *ba aaactlon of an Amy OlfioofwStttt^ipSllngwoHh. 'r''~ ? rlW*iiB«Bpt«tt6atIoni '*'''? ? Uaybuewat tW^wfM WUaHnfWoofate ml»oo!wTaerf.j;.SlstWU ' ? Tender* rji ? s n A » ?'js''-: % | b ~ ire:nireby incited tor tlieereot'ioaot WESLEYiS riESOHAGB, andWlU be received by the nndersirned op till 12 o'clock noon SAfDEDAT, 28th Marob, Tie lowett or aar tender not ' nienaarily «coepled. Mnara, MAN3ER ft WISE, ; ? Irchltacta. (TIENDEES are Invited tot the areeUon ot Three ...

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BOXING. THE GRIFFO-POWELL FIGHT FOR THE FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 March 1891

BOXING. THE ORlWO-POWELIi FIGHT FOR THE FEATnEBffflMHT CHAMPIONSHir. In Alf. Griffiths, better knowi as 'Griffo,' New Booth Wales awns the but lad of hie onnoca in the Anatnllaa colonies, If not the world, and the contest arranged to take place bttwean-hirnself and George Powell, another New Sooth Walesmsn, for the abote title and ? Kan, ??? unn inm idtwmu w wiui attention by all who are ialenated in tot doings within theaqaare circle. Griffs sreif bad lilllil 81bs, and Pawell 4I» lighter. The atjl« ef the two snan were utterly apBosed, CSriSo Branding erect, and being Inceasanlly en the tno?*, whilst Powell crouched and appeared tacked rip. Stand 1.— Powell led first, short. Griff* eojntaring with hie left. Both then mixed it . fair each other, Griffo weeing out on lop. , Baud 3 wae a Tery iaat one from the start, , Griffo kwpintbnjtliofabont, ««rring out aom« hot ones to Fowell, and dosed in faionr of tile former. .-?..-. Round 3.— Powell made tome gallant effort* to get in hia ri...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 23. REPRIEVE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 March 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMA.RINB CABLE.] (moie odb own coBBisroKDBn). ticroaiA. ? ! . MEi.BQnBNK,, March^ 23. RRPHIRVR MPrjRRD. : A petition ligned by onir 13,000 Mr. sons was presented yesterday to yftis lixfellejiey Lord, l^opetoun, praying that the sentence of death be not carried out in 'the. case of John Wilson, frho was condemned to death on the charm of having nmrdorod StelU atarks. The petitioners j were informed' that the Inn/ . would tako its coarse. ' '' ? '? '??? ACaoSs'THrTuHB. The c-wdiujon of the .V»A,T. Club Meeting at CaulCeld yesterday was eigtialUed by a terrible accident. Tbe traffic 'aHw&e US* lice was, as is usual, very heavy, and District Superintemleat Moore was conducting it in person. -H^mU engaged in sig nalling fur an empty train to approach tlie platform, when he fell backwards on to#« Jmfc fM the jjlieels 0/ fhe^loco- W»lfj»iyhidi«iiina3t «?* lot^har^se ^cM^&tJi^b^ttSnM^iaiTe ~'Jafncs;!1Oiiy,*--ii''|ri*Stol»lrT-*iea*th ' K.S.W. Ir^rS...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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