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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

Amusements ?PANCY FAIR AND AST UNION THE above in aid of the ERECTION of aCATHOLICCHUKCH.atZEEIIAN will come off on EASTER MONDAY and EASTER TUESDAY next Donations in money or. kind will be ' thankfully received. \ Bnznur opens at 7 o'clock p.m on Enster Monday. ^ t: m: o'ca llaghan. ' QATUBDAY NIGHT SOCIALS A Social and Codec Supper will beheld in the Weslcynn Cliuroli ever}' Saturdiy Nioht at Eight o'clock. '' All WixcoaK. , J. LOWE, Secretary. ; . - . Sporting. .''.'. TJ A fi' T ^ II ;1I 0 ..« DAY. ?HOSPITiLSPOKTS.' OmclAUi : Revs. A. G. KING & T. M. O'CALLAGUAN JuD3n: MR It. O'BRIEN. ItoEREr. : MB.R. OllRIEN. Stavter: MRJE.BLONG. HAXDiciPraia : MESSES BLONG asd MOYNIHJN. Master or Thick : . '. ME A. JJOYNIHAN. . /..' TsEABi'Ren : Hit. FATHER O'CALLAGHAN. Competitors ate requested to appear in proper ** CwtnnM. A TOTAUSATOE wUl be worked in the interests of the Bporta, Auriga of 10i6d for the BEST DRESSED ATHLETE, The butlneu people of Zeelun ate renpect fnlly requested t...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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The Ah Toy Case. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

fflwAhfloy Qase. We are indebted for th« following interesting itemi)f:calilp;Beifs Ipiljei' Daily Telfjrsph'' 'JfJDIxB KBtt»BEP'6 DEOioWN DPHBLD, ArPBAt DISMISSED. . . . . . :JJondon, Maroo 18, 10.40 «.». ,' Judtremejlt was deliverad to.da.v in ilia A I, Toy appeal oaat, ..?,'?'?? Julge Kerferd'n deoliion Ii approved and qpheld by iho Amwaiponrt, but no opinion is expressed by the Court on die prerogative rights conferred on the mlnniea under their constitution!. 1'Jjd CpuVt, 'lib^rir. 'f]eelde' that aliens ;«ho an (rtfniMl aonijaifoH to British territory have no right of action HgsinrttlM Uomrnuienf of the colony jafwipg to i»rmit Uiem'to enter the aii.1 terrftory. ' The judgement wai delivered by Lord HsJ.bnry, Lord Chance lor ot England, who stated that the Anpeal Court considered the UatM^affacUse the Immigration^ ^Chinese were passed by \ho colony of Victoria for U», purpose of iegnlatlngthc^gmUlippfifOiiinese Into ih^MloUji ,nnd .were.eipreMlr^utelided to srevsat tliejt bodin...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

Correspondence. From our readers we invite correspondence on matters of general interest which we will, whenever practicable, insert in this column. It will be neoeasBry for our corres pondents to write on one Hide of the paper only. In stating this, we wish it to be din tinotly understood that we do not stipulate for superfine cream-laid scented note-paper to be nsed : 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 coin nm we dojiot identify ourselves. The writer's name in nil instances mnst accompany contributions, not necussarily for publication.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

Stock & 'Share. Market. . .ZHEpAN.Sr^C^^EXOTANGE.^ lliiicn 26. The Secretary of the Z««han Stock Ex change reports the following sales and quota tions on 'Change this day : — i . t . r Morning* An.tral, s«s2d '; ?' ; Balstru]), b 7« 6d, a 7s lid, sales 7s Cd Comet, b 12« 6d, al3s0d DoDdn Extended, s 2i Sd : '? '??'' Kmbolite, s 2s 9d King Dundas iSidd Melbourne i'roprfcUry, b is, s 4s 5J North Gmbb,s,U2d No. lDnnoali, sls«d ? Bqyal Dandas a Is 3d 8H»rQiieari,%«7-12- Silver King, b £67 10s, s £80 SUverBell(pa-dan),'sBa' 6ubceis,s3..1J Sylvester, b Ss 2d b Ss Ad Central Dundas (|-sld in-), a 3a . ' . .' Central llaUtrup, a '?« Adelaide, b it, a Us 6d , Adelaide (paid up), b 6s 3d, a 7s Cd Afternoon. liatstrnn, h 7» 5d, s /? lid Comet.blBa.ilSaVd »und»» Extended, b 2s «d, ? 2s 9d Melbourne 1'roprieUry, bte,a4s5d, ' Bflrpr Qaeen. b £7 lSs, a £7 16s . ??? SUva£iiigiliCro,ie78 SyWer, bfiiSi ? 6s^a ! Oebtnl'fMndaa-(doBtrIUa0Di, b 2», ? 3s, C.ntr»in»lstrip,sSiil {, Faun'leroy, b Ssi...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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GOOD ADVICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

GOOD ADVICE. To tui: KliiTon. Sis,— I would like to dratr^he attention of miners in the Zeehan and Dundas District to one or two facts. 1st. The advantage; to be gained by being a member of the Amalgamated Miners' Asso ciation. 2nd. That the A.M.A. having been called into existence lor the special benefit of the mining communitv. those havins'the intertsts of the field at heart are in a sense morally ibonud to support it ... So far, the Association has worked amicably with the minion managers, and I am cure every man on Zeehsh will endorse my wish, ?' Long may ouch a state of things continue.'1 The Miners' Association, in addition to being a combination of men formed for the purpose of protecting thcrights and privileges of miners, provides an accident fnnd for the benefit of miners incapacitated during time of sick Within the last few dty* it has become .known thatm man, working in a looal mine, uad.only been aome few hours admitted a mamW-oftho A.M.A. when hornet with an aecideiit...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, March 28. FREETRADE AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

JESiope^^Babliis. miKsuBMMjffi okBLEj. OTnoWJ0aih*tHfj«rigKE6/0KDKNT.) ^ESTno«r March 28. FKEETR&DE AND MOTEOTION. —Tlio 'TUdrninKTost' -skferTLe result, so f«r- ificliiercd by the Federal Conference now tilting iu Sydney isiar greater than might be expected, and is Btronsor proof of common interest than lied Tree .trade .been,, adopted. 'Tljre initiation in Ireo trade between tlio mother cnuntrr nnd the colonies must come from the former. EE0OQNISED. The Courts of Earope will rccogniso Prince Aficlor Nftjwloon as the head of the Napoleonic patty. , ' AS USUAL. The coronial enquiry respecting the Utopia disaster found that the collision was occidental, THE BUPBROE AND BI8MAE0K. Tlio Emperor of Germany continues to display great nniniosity towards Prince Binmarck, and during tho Into visit of the Km'peror to Kiel to welcome homo the war cruiser Cnrola nftCT an absence nf five ycars,ointedly avoided „ Friedertclisruhe.' (n ivhicli hloce'the Ek Chancellor«sife;-' ' '??? ^ M«roh...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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MINING. ZEEHAN. THE SILVER KING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

MINING. , IBr One Special, Me O. D. Gibson j 'ZEEHA'N. ?-? - '? ? the MLvEn kmo. ' 'i'lioninin sliaft was emptied of water on Wednesday tnoming/ anil tho sumo aftcrnonn work was resumed underground, A depth of about lOfift hns been reached and the shaft mil be carried down large to li?.ft Where tho opening acts of the lint level will bo put in, after wliioh. sinking nj.ll bo resumed. Mr. Evans lius for lue present postponed, taking .his intended holiday. The accident to the pnfnp /con sisted in tlie Uurstjog qf the clack piece, which lits taow baen uiVIUfrht to MlB Ilirfuce dud fqi|nd to bo a yety defective casting, ,tlic greater' nart of one ejds having been Horn --fnvyf('i|e.ll9 jr«sp lit^a' -if : ojr and water from rrithin, JmteaA of waiting until a1 now casting oould be procured, the dock pieoc hns been altogcllicr discarded,' end two -neiv clacks huvc been placed bo ^wcenjllie irind bore and, tho \yorking £i)lrjmu and firinlj -iccurc3. liiesoniaj- be desoribodios idouble oheese...

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Some Interesting Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

£tom£litfe#wtibia C%r Mr Ii. Evans, Cliairman of tlio Zcojmn Board of Health, snd us it !b cssenliaily of ?publiointoreBt,. we iusert.it herein foe, our reader's inforinnliou. . '. ; . . ' Central boaid or Henlthl' -- ? '? -.-? PiibiioHeallliAcU. ' S. I!VA(i«,; Esq., ' '?''? ? Secretary Local Board of Health. , .Zeoban. ..... PKAh Bin,*— I teteg)--p1iea tp you |.)iis morning as follows : — 'Mr (Jaldcr tells me that there are cases of tvphoid nt Zeehan. Get medical officer to report, and have all precautions lie recommends immediately taken. Am sending yon disinfectants.' The Colonial Storekeeper has bctn therefore requested to send a supply of disinfectants by earliest opportunity, addressed to the Cbiiirman of the Locsl Hoard. I am iilno sending some ' corrosive sublimate' to Dr. Gibbons, to whom I am nlso writing. I enclose you u few copies of a memorandum on prociodings advisable to bu taken in plncca »tlJ!clted or threatened by epidemic disonso Pleoso distribute thes« as yon con...

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DUNDAS. THE SILVER TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

DUNDAS. THE SILVER TBEASI'IIE. Mr. Wright, formerly manacr' of the Uonnn7.a mine, has been nppi intej to the inana'cmcnt of this property, unit pro ceeded lo tho fcenc of his future labours on Thursday morning. He takes two men with him and begins tbe preliminary work of clearing, erecting huts, clc, nt oiico. The property comprises three sections situated in a good position in tho north wostern portion of the Dundas liel.l, and ere leased in the nanio of Mr. E. Muce. THE AlJSmAL.lSTAK. On this mine, which is situated on the route of the luain road to Dundas. An adit lias been driven 100ft in a KOHtherly direction on tlio course of a large lode for mation, composed Bt. first of oxidised material, changing afterwards into block decomposed matter carrying streaks and reins of galena also iron pyrites. At the end of tho drive a crosscut is being put in to the west to prove the width 'of tbo lode. It has been driven 3(ift and appears to be gelling through it into t!iu overlying superfic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

Special Advertisements: ?pjATIONAL BANK JOF JTASMANIA ?(Limited). D TJ N D A S. A EEOEIVING HOUSE In connection with the ZEEHAN BRANCH, Is now open at ? DUNDAS, . Aajotninfi Messrs. K MnXIMM IS & GO'S STOKE, ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS (Signed) GEOEGE HOENE. i Chief Hunger. J. WALCH AND SONS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, AND MUSIC SELLERS, WELLINGTON BRIDGE, No. 42 MACQTTAEIE STREET, HOBART Agems for the Melbourne Argw, Austral tuian, Sportsman, and Australian Journal Syimy Mai! and Town and Country Journal. The Cheapest Homo in the Trade for Account Books and Stationery. Pianofortes and Cabinet Organs from tne best English and Foreign Makers. Very Liberal Disoounte for Cash. Pries Lists and Terms ? Will be sent on application. ' ? . J. WALCH AND SONS. MESSRS. BLACK AND MY RING, S H A K E B R 0 K E R S , ZEEHAN. LAUNDRY ! LAUNDRY ! LAUNDRY ! ZEEHAN ^TE ill LAUNDRY, back of ^Lynoh'.^t^e... . , Logk opt for Eed and White Flag. ,'i. f'.f', . '? ? ? . j ? A M- A. (ZEEHAN BRANCH. U £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

Conveyances TiYNCa'fl COACH TO AND FROM JM ' DUNBAB. mraa Bis Livery tod Bolt Rubles, Silver Queen, Dally*, catling ot Hotels eta Mute. t TIME TABLE. Letros every Monday morning at 8.S0 a.m Retains, 0.30 «.m. Ltares, 10.30 ».m. ; Returns, 12 noon. Leaves, 3.30 (.in. ; Betnms, 8.30 p.m. r- TDESDAT, Leaves, fi.30u.in.; BetnrnB, 10 a.m. . . Leaves, 8.30 pan. ; Returns, S p.m. Wednesday, do., do. Thursday, do., do. Friday, do., do. 8ATEJ1D1V. Leaves, 8,30 a.m.; Beturnt, 10 a.m. , .Leaves, 3 p.m. ; liclunu, 4 p.m. Leaves, 6 p.m. ; Returns, s p.m. FABK8— THUEE SHILLINGS. . ... ; . ? ; . E. LYNCH, , .,. , Proprietor. - .l^ItYCQAtareXWEENBEMINE ** »ND ZEEHAN. ? ? t'-OM«b Leaves ncminc every . TUESDAY, ? : THURSDAY, AND SATUBDAY, ' At IB o'clock. Leaves Zeeban EVEnv MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AXD FMDAY, 1 ' At 10 o'clock. BEOOKS AND FAULKINER, Proprietors. ZEEHAN LIVERY STABLES. . p KENNEDY Begs to notify to Uie Public that lie bus opened a. Livery and Bait SlableB and hopes by strict attention toTr...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1891. OUR LIVELY RULERS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

THE ? Por Hit oun th-t l»ct» ushunoe For tl» »iong-Ui«l needs roliUlm For the furore In the dUunce iad the £o»i thai m cu Ho.' SATtfRDAY, MARCH 28, 1801. OUR LIVELY RULERS. On Friday, the 20th of this mouth, we announced that a case of typhoid fever liad appeared at Zee\ian, and we need scarcely Jiere remark, that such a fsfct was a menace of the possibility of 'that dread scourge sweeping through .. Qtix' .town, 'desolating it Being :copsr4pus ; of, .this, we tele gnpuerl to tlie Hobart representative of this journal such information ns ire considered necessary to enable Mm' to co-operate in any action that might be taken by the. inhabitants of Zeelitn, with the result that he wired us back : j ' Mr. PilliDgcr will expend £1000' on ] the drainage of Zcchau.' The natural deduction from this was that £1000: would be expended in draining Zeehau for the advantage of the living, not that the matter would be held over until ZeeTian became a city of the dead; .as, for aught Govern ment kn...

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SHIPPING. SAILED. HOBART, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

SHIPPING. °- [BY KLECTRIC TELEGRiPH.] -. fFtb'i our own OoamsrasDUn.) ? -L: BAILED. Hubart. Marsh 25. Devon, ?.»., E. Bald, (or Strahan. Eas sengers :— Miai Thomas ; Messrs Woollov, Bolton, Began, Orane, MoCjaeen, Windsdr, ford, Dana, Btlbtn, Knight, Peterson, Murray, Dunn, Grey, Don, Susman, Dial, Cook, Ford,' Johnston, Smith, Lodery, and Plombur.

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 28 March 1891

Inquest. An inquest was held at Mulcahy's Royal Exchange Hotel on Thursday afternoon,   touching the death of Edward Webster, which took place at Dundas on last Tuesday, A. W. Brewer, Esq., J.P., presided and empan- nelled the following jurymen : John Mulcahy (foreman), A. Finn, W. Ross, T. Roberts, T. Bowen, R. Cam, and F. Batchfield. The jury having viewed the body of the deceased at his brothers residence.                     James Thomson, deposed : I knew the deceased, Edward Webster. He was at Mr   Griffens store when I first say him, lying on a bed. He complained of being hurt and showed me his injuries. Did not appear to be suffering pain. Dr Gibbens arrived about 12 o'clock at   night. After examining the patient, who com- plained of much pain during the process re- marked, " Well my boy if you cannot stant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

K« iJutf ann BttBneSB Kotice3-s35iioK ssonicrjg ? IMPORTER ©tftMBSKJHANDISE, MINDTOr EXPLOSIVES ' AND MNINf!G'K^.Q,tJISiTES OP EVERTDESOKIFTION ; ? Tlte'Koiiefer Merchantof ilia West Poast. . - ? PRIGR. . ,, WS'SS, 7^O^WAKDED UPON' 'APPLICATION.; Pj3t5ta'&nd' -Quality : ?frill1 doinpare favourably with any liouse' / .-; !,i. ?m,..J-.y -,??? ??fa the colohy.' '?'''*'?'?' :''' : mBCHAlKPS^ AN©- ? liVTOfr$ER8,- '. KoyriBWB'WHiRy.msfewiSWreWjains. \ --?len Dhn (OWffSWuiri BtoH*),'«4Si and - Bnlk. ^*'-'i- - :e.Js/.Batl»'eIi-abWlii8kr,Oue«;Bu]k. ; do. Dublin Stout, ? ; McEmnl(flEd&4«ekifflpbe!A*8,ii dp. I Bast & Co'b $?, 4 Ale inBlids, J Hbde, I Kilderlrfns, and Firkins. Ailkon'a Falkufcf.ifo'PeJti AJpj 4 i /. Bisquit Dubouchc & C'o's Brandy, Cose and ?'???- Bulk. Jules Robin's Brandy, Case and Bnlk. \-m* florratei^^ttuinl Portray Forrester's Sherries. ' ' ' Lernon'JHaWSWslfcidialKJfiitiil ' HolbrooklSauces and Pickles. Watson & MeGfltevTobaBcos. -A...

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Wesleyan Church Bazaar [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

Wcsleyan Church Bazaar. ± A moat sueoeMrul Bausr and Fancy Fair was held on Friday and Saturday last, in the Zeehau We.leyan Churoli, the proceeds ol wliieb are to be davoted'to the leduetion of the eiinting debt on the Cllurcli. Tin holldice »u moat .tutefully decorated, and r.-fl«ct^d pre»t ereait on those who effected the cbarming »rranj-tmeoti of -erna and other eniameuta. At tli» vuiout stalls wlieh mte atoclced iv. iiiji nrietr ol uselul ana hijbl v oraainented goods. Tbe fair tlall holders pushed a lively tradeinanrealsUble manner with their wil ling natraus,. Tbe musical WT.njement. were in noeUsnV hkndi «nd in»terial|y «dbd U tlie enjoyment of tbe l)a»Mr; at did tbe re Waits, Tlie stall, were, in cntize of, Nol, 'Mii.e4Han.aioUndafrtAValt.rNo 8, Mrs if«K'mmieand ilia, Huberts ( No 8 Mr But t™j ifoliMrs.W.fimitb.. , , ,, ^Xaohof liiow atalfl wen «o tastefully deco ritod that it nouldte inviaioui to partlenlarbe . .?-V»f«alrttia*.d»llat,«ii'.JFoalaT-ui«VieDds J

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MINING ZEEHAN, THE HOBIC. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

MINI A G, '.Si- OnySrsciAL, Hi 0. D, GjpsonI ZEEIIA.N, - ?? Tuk lunic. Ibis properly is Eitujted in uie irestcin nnriiou --( Ujc IjeM, and is most cattily reueticd by fallowing U'tr»cI(lci»Jiug from tbe camp on Uie Juuptjoa juiue ib * Euuth WrBferlj. direction nvrots portion pi the Opsab anil other platens over open button grass country. -Kear tlie easleru boundary of die claim, adjoining a Eectiou in tlie name of II. Lamb, I found a well-delinod loiio had beon expoaed by stripping tlie cupping of (iie RUrfsoo soil along its course for nuSrjy «. cli^jr) ia length. This ehowe the strike of tlie Ufiv tq (je miflij iSbee cUil.n-illian oaitefly underlie. ' 'if, tridlfi1 avfiajijnboutjlft, and it' 18 composed o( galena and ziuc blended, largely u(«ociated ivitU iron and copper, py rites itik ektBJ uiitlix. Iu a soutli-wo»torly diiectiou it lias been traced for abai|t ID cliaius by a HeritB of tuttiDge ia ttie uido ot tbe iiill. Iu tlie last of these Vljo fgnniUon show, for a' great Vfiil...

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Zeehan Board of Health [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

Zeehan Board of Health. The action of our local Hoard of Health, as.rcpo_rtcd in our Jast,.has ha,d tho effect of extracting ft fow lnoro promises from the Government, whicji we herewith attach. Wlietficr tlie«c will follow- it the wake of most Government promises or bear gome useful effect remains to bo'seen, as for ourselves, we prefer to wait, watch, and record. Hobart, March 25. , To H. T. Evaks, , . Telegram r.oeivmi. Hope to ba in Zethao end of next week. Will Inijwt site proposed A. UA.VLT. Hoktrt, Mareh 26. To E. T. £vAKs, Esq./ ' Secretary tonal lloira of Health: Vour ulezram tceeived. JtfrAIauit already instructed: to go to Zeehan with power to carry out urgent sanitary work. Lsavas by Tuesdays beat ; meantime, meet any arner. geney. ALF. FaLINGER, Mlntstarot Lands. Hohart, March 20. To R. T. Evans, Esq., Secretary Local Board of Health, Can you get man and hone a* Zeehan ; it co, I could aratfo to eend suitable spring dray and sanitary pails ia few days. Will arrange abou...

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EUROPEAN CABLES LONDON, March 24. NEWFOUNDLANDER DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

-^Ej|C-PEA.N;?TpABIi^g f|BY ibBMABUrti OABLKI.I -/ (FR0at'i)i)R'T-lW,i,iRRREBr0HDF.Nif3*' London, March 2-1. KEWF0UNDLANDEE1 DETEttMllAu.. . Despatches from Newfoundland, pub lisheil in ths London Press, states that the colonisls «re (txtramely iHssatisfied witli fhe action of too iiritiau -rovcrn- mnnt in respect Io the settlement of the disputed Fisheries question u'itli France. So intonso is this fodlnz. And Iiottile to the proposed moilc of settlement, that it it is persevered with a vole of the people of Newfoundland will bo takon, asking them to declare their independence and annexation to the United Stntos of America. A majority of fully seven-eighths of the voters will probably [urour this pro posal. This statement has caused i consider able sensation throughout Great Britain, and is the subject ot much comment in' political circles and the press, ADVIOK. His 'Holiness the l'opc has granted an intom'ew to Dr. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, on the question of the atti tude of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

P ? A, JJ, T.,B rE ,# O,.S. » A V. . i- ! &;» ! ia .^OSfinSU, (BPORXB.V v W Omouu : dm, A. G. KINO ft T. M. O'OALLAGHAN . . -?: : I' ????; ?,??? JoDJEt . -' MR It. O'BRIEN*. RET£BEt: , JHEE-ffBEIEN.1 ' Stabter: ME E. 1LONG. . H&hdioaivibs : ME3SKi BLONG aKd HOYNIHiN. Muter or Teach : itR A. MOTNIHAN. ? Xbeabukek : Ret. FATHER O'CALLAOHAW. Oempetlten are reqnerteu'to appear In proper , Costume, A TOTALIBATOR wUl be w.rked to the interest, of the SporU. ' AFrl»«i7u76diorlfce : . BEST DRESSED ATHLETE. The business people of Zeokm ?« 'J**' fafly reqaeated to aaslit aa far aa possible In Baking tbe holiday, general tn, BAND 3mT PLAT. The whole of the inrplu to be donated to the ZEEHAN HOSPITAL FUNDS. ? '??'? ? i« bvent-ImSdkn *ao& Firat prise, £'i ; second. Id. lOOjda, Komi wtiona, 2a 6n. ' 2hd ETENT-ZEEBAH HAKDICAr. lfiOjds. First prize, 15ao»a.; aecond prize, £3 10s ; third, £1 10a. Nomiimtl.n, ibM, together with put two yesra performances ; if none far that per...

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