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Intercolonial Cables VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 26. ANOTHER ONE GONE WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

Intercolonial Gablesi [BT SUBUABINE CABLE] &, (most otr*.owK cocKSSPotfOKKr). ' Mn.JiortKNE, MaroJi 26. — ANOTHER OKB GONE WEONtf. .Y A young man named GtOTge Ed mond Grey, a clerk in the Bank of Australasia, was arrested this morning Qna oh«Vg- 'of emtie«i|ling ?'£«!(), the property a! that iustntion, A K1QE (JUARTETrK. . i fofhryotttigmtB, G. piart, J'- Wjit »pu,; G^^opper and Ii. O'Brien) all well feuawn' pickpockets ^wert :etelisenteilcfiK to threo months, hard labor to-d»v. ' Ronry'Paloieiynlio.iii ootiipsmy with JIirc othesmuWsa clerk, in the cm 'jfloro'f GorueUut Proud,' shirtbroker, at Adelaide, of af-thcwim of 1,20*0 wnsf bi'oqght up at (htj City Con rt tuts ujorqf liiy;, and iflCtl|cr rerqtudq^v jj^ u week. ^W%-t^tiesvt-f'li£^^tili&4lloired. .,Tlie4i|uer»l pf the. Into Qiief liecrctiiryy' %i-r)grtdge, Tapjf ^jilsoe ih|s' ifternoon. The EuijertljtrWsssioi) extended for over a ujiloin )ij|gH, the pall-benrer; being Sirr.8»rgd64;'8ir'J»mte Mc&tin, a|r ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

» ? — Correspondence. '?». JraKout readerWeinvlJ cerresB^denos en mattera of general iatereat which we poadonti t« writt on one s(4- of the paper oaly. 'in »UtinR thia, we wish it to he oia. uacsiy intnixM tnac «-« do sot stipulate Mimo°$%&®j%r£'£ K nnttidea the ink it is stained with conveys fj- it»ma ol int.re.t'foifc'ur wader.. With tiie oplulona exoreaatd^in thia cliinn we da net ideottfy ourselves. The writer** Dsme ia all iHUbces' maat aocomnsay ttftatribaUoaa, not najtcasaril; for pubUoatlon, ' 'Old EsUblishea Hfoker. — Lei' him alone, the people of Tcoehhn have already «pt.4ii« jnpasuro. JBUs .brass-bound front 'Wp(v'Afc(iri'y,;iui^ through here.' l'on wen quits rirjlit not to entrust such business to lUu.. Y-)ur oll'etof, 10 ip.lvUut he will TOp wifVllioW^dhfte'^tsiiii bands on, is not long, enough odds, for yon an wanting to bat on an almost cert. Y«i, llttre'rmnSea people da^et saJnl-Obinesed ia eaaifplnae a«j-ou. mention. Let him rip i h»*Iln(ntbnne out a scheme ...

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HOBART HOBART, March 26. DECLINED THE UNIFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

ti fl!M irJ#BLECMtoj»l^RAPH.] Tii'(e4bjt odb on-jt Twpnit»To!(DEnr). T Y ''^brtlfH, March S6. DBQLINKD THE UNIFOBU. ? William McKay, John Elton, and Joseph Turner were to-day brought before A. KitdoCk, Visiting Justice or the Peace at the Hobirt-piol, end etch sentenosd to twenty-eight. days', solitary uoDlinemonf, additional to their previous sentences, for refining to wear 'itugpie' clolhinR, that being the gaol mark of distinction, showing the woarert.are undergoing eentonces for 'itbsoondin|; from gaol. AH AC0IDBNT. Colin Walker, aged TO, an old resident of Deep Bay, wu accidontly drowned by falling off the jetty at Port Orynet last nighr. A verdict of accidental death was. ( returned, March it. DOffKLLs-N AND XOVVH SCULMTO MiTCtt. The host race between Donellan and Young took plaofl this afternoon, the course boing from Triffils' Point to Itisdon, a distance of about two miler. TJlcre was a stiff braece blowing, making tlie water somewhat lumpy. The steamer Warren - (inna. unde...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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SHIPPING SAILED. HOBART, March 26 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

a»**f^g IBT Ellciio JtBLBMlitH.-l i -^W&4|Mfe& ' BAILED. .Hobibt, Marc* 20. ? .8aokaJPealnsala,.i,s., foc.Strabu. l'«» Mngers:— Meatrs Kl!«y, Inndoo, Gregg* Har vey, Ho«s,'\ViluMB». Parker, Thompaan, King, .JWui.aUiontf, Cutbbert»OB, Libert/, Wil. lUnu. Brown, Clngi, Grubk, McKiy, Baillle, Xoerblr, Webster, A. H. Johmtone. Bteeraje, »: ; ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

Conveyances ?? ? ?? LYNCH'S COACH £A, A.M' J^bM . BONpAs,;,,.,' , ?;. ,.? ? ? . LeatcsHia Liven- nndDaUglablog, Silver Queen, Daily, calling , at Bojfl»,,p..routc.; TIME TABLE. Lcavos ererv Monday rtibrning at 8.30 a.m ?' &e»nni»,O.30«.hi° -?' : Xitavaa, 10.30 a.m. ; 'Returns, I2*ib-fti. ' Leaves, 3.30 p.m. ;RoturDi, 6.80 'p.te. , ) ' MKfiDAT. ''. . .'. '.'', Leaven, S.30 a.m.; Returns, lO'em. Learrs, 3.30 p.m. ; Returns, 6 p.m. Wednesday, do., do. Tliursdayjdo., do. Friday, do., do. . BATDIIDHT. ; '???'' Leaves, 8.H0 n.m. ; Retsmx, 10 a.m. Loaves, 3 p.m. ; Itehirns, ipttfc' ' Lutes, 6 p.m. ; Bctnrtis, -S p.m. ? MEp-TBIiEE SHiLtlSQS. . ? ' ' ,'? : E. LVJSJCB, .?».' ? ?? ??? . .. ? . Proprietor. ?pAILY COACfl j?gj^ffiffi|?$jf H C»aoli Lcavou Rewiaii «very ,, ? TUESDAY; '-???;. .li .-.,!. ?',? THcnsbAif,'1 ' ' ; AND SATURDAY. . At 10 o'clock. ' '?' Leaves Zijehak evehy . ? MONDAY. '???? . ' . i WEDNESDAY, AND FBIDAY, . At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AttD FATJLKINER, Proprietors. ZEEHAN...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1891. THE RIGHT SORT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

rri-£fS : J^Ijan ^ ^J unilas |(crflli ** P«r tb« oaoM tb»t )Hok* HMtnttnot '~ ' I*or th« wrong tbkt nwii mlitauo* tortlw bun IB MM dluua iBd iht g«J tint m ou do.' MONDAY, MARCH .10, 1691. THE' RIO HT SORT. AT various times since the inception of this journal, we have been the recipients, on die one part, of much abuse for the attitude we have taken up in Cghtiug for the rights of our district,- and,. on the other part, have received much kind support and approval for our line of action. In our efforts to advance the iuterests of our silver fields we were satisfied that we were advocating the . direct advancement and interest of the whole of Tasmania', for they are both so inseparably. welded together that one, cannot progress without the other ; realising tttife, we have stood, wedded to no parly, creed, iwr power, a free journal, and they alone are free who can despise honours dangled before them, and free from crotchets, on -themselves rely; this ire have en deavoured to do, in t...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

Special Advertisements: JTATIONAI. BANK [OF JTASMANIA , . (Limited). DUNKAS. A B EC E IV ING HOUSE Inconmection with the ZKEHANJ BKANCH, 1 ? ?. ? b no* «pen «t , DUNDAS, 1 ''eUrjahinK iftwiY B. MoKIMM.'E A CD'S STOBS, ON ' WEDNESDAYS AND SATUEDAVS (SIgfce*): -? GEOBGE HORNK. ' '??' ? '?' ' ' ' Chid Manager. J. WALCH AND SONS, ? BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, AND MUSIC SELLERS, WELLINGTON BRIDGE, ; AKDi ?' No. 42 MACQffABIE STREET, HOBART Ao^na for the Melbourne Jrgut, Austral ' ' «ia», Sporttman, and Australian Jeurnsl fydtuy Mail and nw» ?me' Cwmrrj The Cheapest KoUse in (he Trade for Aceonnt ??;??? B«ki «a4 StiSonMj, Pianofortes ud Cabinet Organs from hie best ' English and foreign Makers. Ve*y Liberal . ? .. . JMmuntslorCtaih. Price Lists and Terms will be eeat on application. 1 '-i\ )', ?- I \ ' . J. WiLCS AND BONS. ? MESSRS. BLAGK ? ..;, . ? ' '? AND - ???? MYftING, . SHA-EEBROKETt's, ??'. . ?. , . ZEEHAN. , , m h e s. s. d e y o N . , . ? ? , IEAVJES HOBAET FOE STKAHAN, !? K. '!?/. ...

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Zeehan Dundas Progress Committee MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 30 March 1891

ZqciiMii, anil piittdas pi'Offi'esa Cohihiittee. MEETING. .A meeting of the Sertin Vnmv Com mittee was held at Mtlaahy't Rujtl Eichange Hotel, on Tbiraday eraBtitg last. Taen nu t large and influential githerinj of nuideuts, the maeting being thoroughly rejmarnUti'e, and thjs livftLuMt interest Ukea in the proceed ings throughout. On the motien of Mr 3. Mwlcahy, Mr Henry Browne was voted to the chair, and opened the business of *b» evening by 'reatisj the adver tisement eonv* ning the meeting, 1'he Ohairiua theneipraaed great pleasure in being called upon to preside ,»t a public meeting in auoh a well^rdered community aa thin/ and said : I aun certain tbat the business «rh|«h brings us together on this occasion will be c»»duol*d unfit that fairness which is a characteristic if tie British race, and pre eminently eb «t£he An-traM»u peokle. ' I osedih* word Australian aarlsedly for, auhs«(h geographically, speaking 1 asmama is oat* pardon oliniilriiUi itiUtt the present time some of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

- igportipg. »'-»M.'^L- ?-8»f»j:6*:-'R T 8. FIBST ANNUAL MEETING. MQNPAT, APItfl. 20th, 1801. . -..«/ -, .,-..0o«Ji»rrKB: ... Messrs Targett (Chairman), Dr. Kennedy, Chalmers, A. Graham, W. J. Graham, G. Oiahmn, King. Boas, Dafcin, Woodward, ' W. Sinclair. Marquess, Haekford, Cox, Cantlon, Harris, Horge, Wethers, T. Jackson, i. ThursUns. Heithway. Haslett (President, A.M.A.), Sheridan, and Kiniry. SPOKTS ?? Will be held on the SILVER KING GROUND, On the above date, as follows: — i PBO G R AM M E. 1-HAtDEH PIATB. * . lOQjtds. Entrance, ss. First Frizt, £1 10*. ./ :: ,*rA.at.A.8HBraEM- HAbTPICAF, £S0. Nomination. 7s id j acceptance, tie. First Prize, £20 ; second. £8 ; third, £3 : fourtbj£l. ?????'. 3-E0NNINQ HIQH JUMP. J^Wngerji'aFiritpriibiOi^.eeiond 10s. 4-HBltBKBS' HANDICAP. Open toali;*' Mimber'stoodon the boofca on Uarch 80th. 100 yds ; entraaoe 2s 0s. First prise £6 and ttophy ; second £2 j .UXiftkd &r? ' : ; ', \: T r ?*, rt^.t% ,.;.«-7TO(ipp:,WAB. . -Tenjnen* t«am,ioi...

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VOTE FOR NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

VOTE FOR NEW OHUM. 'Cant do it.' 8tick» in the rand, but ' Try ' boosts tlie wheelbarrow along good. So when my chiel said in hit usni.1 grand iloquent stvle, ' New Chum caliy forth and shoot lolly as it flit a, at tho selection, . skip.' 1 put on a new pair of paper «nff«, and suiepUiuoinly borrowin/r- tbe boss's ambrella proceeded to ' sally forth ' ; re membering (hat money, goes a long way, if sent in a poet office order, I borrowed ? couple of peg off the 'office tioy and ' salliMl.' All Zeehan knows how it rained on PuotdiT.*, W«r is -rery wdl fa J(« way, Kut this ps«e of' laaldnVHEeAaf tlie showrr hath of Tasmania is plmajr it down lilkYr 16w Stfa$MTi$flt#§£Tl» poet th»t wrote ?' Drops of rain are Angels teira^uElft'to h we livriMli^fisre, and skirmish MfiaaiJir TTiving with a -l»n «tir«f boots pa, W^oMfn. ff fliet W'rf*w»T 'Wl^r, liriMfci u» WfeWreWf w!r*St|S£i-^T ' a'l ,rou'S».f''6Hr.lnj1li6%)|Be Km, be implored jnefer4ii»,nj«norTof the eanny days of boyhood to vote for Tar...

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To Be or Not to Be. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

To Be or Jsot to Be. Bv PniL. Wo plan a house, railroad, dam, ship, engine, waterworks— most things; then, by contract or otherwise, under- the eyj of competent supervision, set to work. 'With more or less alteration the work proceeds to completion, on the linos and proportions of tho original or corrected drafts. It ia hardly possible, at any rate in these modern days, to pinna city, unless a man or body or men, owned tbe site and capital, and knew precisely what sort of city was wanted. ' Ersn then, without many o»n ?ultations with those who were to inhabit and do business in it, there would be big bungles. There would be bungles, any how, simply because the drift of particular businesses cannot be forecasted. The abattoirs would be planed where, when the buoincss of tbe place began, on the site tlie City Hall should have occupied, The street or avenue for food and general supply distnoution woum oemo onewmen should have been relegated to the doctors and genteel boarding bouses, a...

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SPORTING. A. J. C. MEETING. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, March 30th. FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

fSJ-WTl*G:- fe A.% jO.'^ETING.! M '' ? ritf aoMffllffg biBLE.] ^ ' [rHOH OtH OWH OOIlBKBrORDENl'.3 ''. ,' . .'' ^tDKtr, Manh 80th. ? '?' OT.TWO nANDIOAP.: ; - «ple«4W ,-.r; --? ... ...- ? 1 ?? -MarO,.,., ,, ..... , ... 2 Murio ... ... ... S Won by a head. j ' . ;mAIDEK 8TAKB3/ : 8yraeu»i' ... ' ...'?...? 1 ?' Yarnman... ... ... 2 Euroka ... ... ... 3 Woa by three lenjths. - . OHaJCF AQNE STAKKJ. Orlde ' .:. ... ... 1 fttromboU ? 2 Featnce ... ... ... S . W« by a head. . THB SYDNEY CDP. A Handicap SwMpetak* of 10 asrt. each, with 1,600 son. added ; second, 200 aots.; third, 100 son. from the prise. Two miles. Highborn 9st 31b ? 1 ' Graygown, 8st Mb ... : ... 2 Yowi, O.tOlb ? 3 Then was only a 6eld o( fourteen faced tbe starter, Highborn being a firm favouriW ; from an eieelleit start a good race ensned until onenteringtbe straight, Highborn, Grey gown and Yowi singled ont and one of the greatest fintthetever seen at Kandwiclc ended in Highborn winning by a head, Yowi a neck away thir...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

to ni ED.Ton! . Dear Sm,— It is said, that I am sup posed to1 be the writer of a letter jo. your paper of the 30th inst, signed, 'Ken Chum.' I am not the writer of this letter, neither have I any knowledge of 'New Chum' nor the parties referred to by him.— Yours faithfully. DANIEL ROWE.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

- Corresvoiidence, y From «nr rtaden we -fauitt eorreapondenoe en matters of geaeral UtoreS which wa will, whenarer practicable. Insert ia tab (ulnma. : It'wiU be neceataryfor oar met pondenti to write on one side of the neper only. Ia statin? tills, we wish it to tw Sis. tinoUy opdentood that we do not atipulaU for BUDemne creaai.lild scented BoUi.Danet ta be need : down to bnwn paper will do us, fmridsd the ink it is itainod with otnreys items of Interest to our readers. With the opinions expressed in this eolama we de not Identify ourselves. The water's name In all iostuoes nuut accompany eontrtbattont, not neesstarny for pabUeatlon. !

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

THE ? For tbe sn Ui«l Imokj umusaa Fer tb* wnniff .thftt nccrii rMbtuot tvt the Know la «« lUttoo* ? ctodlta food ti»t »?«»?-«-.- WEDNESDAY, APRIL i, 180L Ukdke date March 25,t om Hobart Eepresentative writes this journal as follows : — 'I waited ou the Honorable the Minister of lands and Works, Mr Pillinger, re the Sanitary Question of Zeehan, and as I have already wired LI 000 oa drainage at Zeehan. The subject of the de'ay in. declaring Zeehan a. town was introduced, and, as instructed, I urged the desirability of it being done at once. In this Mr PiUinger agreed, but, upon calling on Mr Belstead, Commissioner of Mines, to know what his ideas on the sub ject were, we had the mines version.' Mr' Belstead saying, ' by declaring Zeehan a town you put the various adjoining mining propevt'es in a very awkward position, as a Town Board possesses very trbitary powers.' He also suggested 'the passing of a short amended Act to meet the case.' Mr P'llinger also informed me that ' until . Z...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, March 28. THE DEATH ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

EuROPEAif Gables. fBJ SUBMARINE CABLE . ?(r-EOM OOB DWV CORRESraMMKT.) _ Lpkoox, March 26. THE DEATH HOLL. ? ' Tbe iufluonza epidemic conttnoes to rage with nnabated fury in Chicago, and over two thouiand dea^is are reported. : O'O JNNOE GETS IT. M.P., who is visiting America, is seriously ill' with iiiflueniM. ,. THE Ef pFa*BY BIOT* ; Tho jnry in tho Tjunerarr not i!ase, aftcr'some conjideration, acqottM Breen and Keating of compliciuin die riots ; and in tbe matter of Dalton anfl Gali they {ailed to ai.ive at any decision. A6SA8WB AT v?OBK.| M. Salabaschori, the ButKarian Min ititer of Firianog, was walking the streets of Sofia in com pany with M. atamboulofl , the Preside'ntot Comiuprce and Minister of the Interior, -when be was set upon ? uu iiGsaaiuntm. lb.lD yviievm wav OLB assailants raadejinitjtaVe and killed the wrong man; . : ? ..; ONTHETfllCK. ' ' The ObUian sfbtis Mtei.^e tbii Kecke, bound from Newcastle to Val paraiso frith cbalsi : ;A Uritiiili warship that was in tbe ...

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Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

Bazaar. . Tho earnestness with which our Catholic friends entered into the spirit of (ha Bazaar in aid of the building fund for a Cstholic Church at Zeehan was exemplified in the magnificent display of useful and ornamental articles that . were . giliiereii together in the Zeehan Institute on Friday evening last, end never before has our IflRtittitA nrMntitml ' so hnndRnme fin. appearance as when oar popular banker, 11. Hogarth, Esq., J.P., is , a few appro priate words declared the bazaar open. Tbe Bey. T. M. O'Cailagnan alao ad drespjed words of encouragement and pniuc 16 the ladies and gentlemen who had so My assisted ia ths work of decora tin? tbe Institute, and .preparing the handsome display of goods luaroin. Business waa at once proceeded with, and the beaming facet of tne various ladies in charge testified to the satisfactory nature of their transactions. The building was packed to excets with a well dressed assemblage of people of all persuasion* who vied with eaoh other in...

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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

Stot}h& Share Market. ZEBHAM STOOK EXCHANGE. HaechJI. The Secretary of tti* Zeeesi Stack Ex chug* recotta the followicz sales and qa%ta Uons an 'Changs this day :— ^ Moraiat. t Alela-dt.?- Si 8d,t«s !d . Eulitrop, e 7s 8d OatttnlBalatra|k«asM ' Comrt,slSi«d' Comet Extended, b £i 5s, s £1 Mi «d D.rk, b U Bd, e Is 6d ,:'.'? i!) Embollte, » 2t «d Great Nevada, ? C10 HoWt -cam nrWiltje), e £20 ? ? lfelboan* Proprietary, b is 3}-1, s U -d j '?f^S^liia/.Bi^ ?mr»:-d}j'- Silver St-cam, e Is 3d ' ,. SUm Queen, b ff 10s. s £7 Us '^ver'Qmeo Extoiac3,i'B),a«s' I S:iVff King, h£67 Saoramenta, s £5 7s 6d Buccesi, s 8a 8d ? ' ? Sylreiier, b 4s lid, a Ss United, a £2 10a , , . ? ... Central Duodu (paid), b t« 6d, a Is, sales 3s Aftenoon. Adelaide, b£s6d,sCs j Comet, b 14s, s 14s lOd Doric, s In lOd Melbesnw P.-apriCtai-y,' h 4s 8J, - fc» Ocuna, b 4s 6d, s 4i lid Sscnaento, b £5 a, £8 Svlrester, a 5» 4d C.ntr«i Dundas, b Zs lld^s -sKd ? i ' Faantleroy, b 2a, a 2s 8d ? '—^-' ,\) , , ; [BT BLB...

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The Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

Trie Progress Com mittee. Never in .the -history of. pur town has 80 much interest been shown in any public question tag ivlist Inu been shown orer tho election of the «ight mcmbeis ^eauired to constitute the Progress Committee.. There was introduced into this naertion an air of healthy Hvalry Hh'oit'goes Ut to show that our residents are aware of .-the important part such a Committee, properly OUided. will iiold in the fonrardinc of 'our. district. ? An active canvas was made by a number of the candidates, the vigorousnesi of which 'gives promise of* lively time flaring the coming general election. Mr, IJ. Browne, who wss. elected as Chairman of the Committee, personally supervised the balloting, tyhich waa con ducted in' a very business manner, each voter being required to pty tbe turn of one shilling for the right of recording their vote, the cash thus acquired to be devoted to paving tbe expenses incidental to such a ballot. ? ' ' Punctually at 5 p.m. the Returning officer decla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 1 April 1891

aad Ist-t*ii(att, Bwfnntaf* btfMinf ateek* * Us at Zeeba. a* (teMubt prtMaTlaotelr

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