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SENSE-US [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

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Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

UKC. LUO-. .USD. / j ;,;.!-, i ;i' ^TpaalaftttMt*. ? .- ?_ ? AflstatttS, Section N, ? .WB'ftdtiUte,;'. M«in Street, ??'-'! t ?-4^jalnliigH»UoB«l fink, ??-^'?Wa^w^ ?;]/:? mo inf fMD'lo the Hlfiiitait Bidder Oiffce.Sppt, Weather Permitting, If raining! Clarke's Hotel, nearly opposite ?'»-??' _i( fc^-Looltipnt for Bed Hag. r:-,i- :.': iff.iT. MHTON &Co., ?i -; -? Auctioneer!. wnr *?-?*????: -? ? .'-:L ?-D&N©.';i LAND. I«AND. lilt Ihnatasa to Main Street W. T. MN'TON ft 00. HAVK recelvwl Instrncttoas horn Mr :!:''! Fnakfltaterdto ' ' -;Ni, W W*- Auction, 'ilwkerrlgtn's Hotel, b'ene orte-bttto. Hi t^epWji' my' -Wtuille, being a .(JoteM Book to 'Main Strait, aod Street feeding to Port Office. We call ?pedal attaatiea to this Property «s » ..^??4 safe investment, !*U T«B»sbiri it 2 p.m. sharp, -? »*? .J , 'I T -.'!*.' ' .^lWt'1 ; *' ''V1 '%. T. LTNTON fc' CoJ ' .Yfiih:-. ? ?- .:i ;?; ? AaoUoaaom. ;« wj*?^pse*»»p^tk«foUosrh¥'; ? TAIrUAM* fl«»**II*«^ U'«M|s»*,tf4tl, Main-stre...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

Correspondence. Fromonrreadsrawe Invite somsponaence «? nattara pi jeseal laUrert, which we^ srja; wkawrer ^eSaaJnVtiiaart in thia aolnma. It will be neeessaly for oar some poodenta to wriu on one aids of the paper only. I««t»ttnj tkis.we *Uh«t tobedi.. Unctly nndentood that we do net stipulate far suparlM cream-laid wanted ?ate-papar t» be need : down to brown paper will do as, provided the ink it ia stained wKh ooBreys Items of interest to our nadera. With the cnirdoas axpreaaed in tins celnann we de not identify ouraelres. The writer's name 'in all iaatauow jnnst aesDBpaa/ cootribation', not neeeasarUy (or pnbUeation.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

I / Special Advertisements: I ! ? rpHE 'TASMANIAN/1 Established 1872, I ' Is the i ': ODDEST WEBELT Newspaper in the Colony, and the : ONLY ONE i 111 the north of the island. It com \ prises 36 pages, five columns each, of ; reading matter, often increased to 40 ? pages bj Supplements. The con tents include — News of the Week, ' Tales, Local, Intercolonial, English, ? and Foreign Intelligence ; Sporting i and Amusements in all their phases ; i Scientific, Agricultural, Horticul i tural, Chess, Children's and Ladies' ' Columns (with Fashion Plates); Household Recipes, Sunday Musings, Notes and Queries, etc., etc. Under these respective headings valuable articles are given on a variety of snb . jects from tbe pens of specialists, i such as on Bee Culture, the ilanage |. merit of Orchards, etc. | To make the ' Tasraanian ' more acceptable to its readers, ILlVSTl-ATlOXa have recently been added as a pcr ! manent feature, and it is intended to f- iucrease their number as support is : ext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

U i IJUNDiS. -whuff Leartfl Hus I-ivery and.J3ait SfaiJhafSOvcr Queeft, Daily, calling at Hotetoofcrfftutc. LeavM every Monday mmamgtMtkSt'a.ns. t . Returns, 0.30 anm'f B»ff'T - ?«H)»IBBf.'»iT ?lH'lJ101 Lewes, 8BM*E; 'UWKIi a.m. Lehvcs, 8.30 p.». ; BetunnptPpndA Weffiesany, do., do. TlnHSa»y,'ifl$, do ;- — Friday, dtp, do.'' * * '?'' * LeavcB,^ p.m. ; jnc^^u* p.tn. \ , L«TM,6pto.';lKMS«i».^1p-n.1)l,n ! ? E. LYNCHrl* 2 ? tfojKtettr. ? j: ? r-yrti — Coach .tettpSiBoniiwi every ri Ic.» Jut'! l-o« I4»-1 nwaiV. vif Wia' ' ant uliM il.ilM lB*'oJocIt. Jmid.. lirJinii. I*,.'--. **»ji *%-*&.?'' . -♦?*'??'.* I ? «:i will i.t«; «!; vi-'»i'it ?' '! «* ' *'li7' I t.iW'.j f »m - '?'' ? .!,»!?- »H..«i I ?-? -i»7^!HA.lIir-IftVBBr3f'fiTAteBS.'''~ .tml (Aw* to W wi^lM vim* « o« -W ? rf AfcofiS»ni»li«ii* ptufaptly ,-teendW iM »i nwl JnwMn lw» ? fi'« «-? i/-«oi!« Hw' «-Mrtrt»riftw:diiU JiM'*:''''* m«Ul*»Wt tryxtm H«f-* '? «' ' ? * ?'??' -? ? — -jTMatu;^. ' rr' j&lMnJtoilauA .saHsso.-to-...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1891. NO SAVEE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

' F«r Uie noM thAt lMki usktftiM* For the vrong thkt Dacilt irllntiain For the lulun In U» duiuoa JUd «kt cool UiM ?« cu oo.' MONDAY, APKIL 6, 1801. NO SAVKE. At the Police Court on last Friday, during the hearing of the case Ber kouch v. Barley. Mr D. C. Urrjuhart, solicitor for the plaintiff, availed hiin self of that opportunity to express in o[)en court his opinion on the fact of the Chinese having been coldly received at Trial Harbour. In concurring with, some remarks that Iiad fallen from the Bench in relation to the above-mentioned case, Mr Urquhart said, 'This case is quite in keeping with the conduct meted out to the Chinese at Trial Harbour, and as this is God's own earth, foreigners and others have a perfect right to get. a living as best they can. This is only another in stance of the unfair way the English had of showing their spite to foreigners.' Remarks such as these, coming from a paid advocate, can be gauged in two very opposite ways, firstly, as the utterance of a...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 April 1891

Marriage. WHITE — HANSON. — On 25th March, 1891 at the English Church Parsonage, Mount Zeehan, by the Rev. A. G. King, George White, of Hobart, to Mrs Hanson, widow of the late Henry Hanson, of Hobart.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Typhoid [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

Typhoid. „. -To the courtesy ot.Dr Gibbon., Kfediotl Officer to the Zeeban Board of Health, we are indepted for the 'particulars uf a- case of tvliboid fever, that dreAded Fconrge having ?gain made' its apuearanoe in Zeehan. The p.ti.nt in tliie Instance Ia Min Mand -Villianu, ?' -tlieelev.nyeSrollKiiiUiliterol Mr Williaini, IVt OIGctvtreet. 'l'he ? Present' case j is citjated. about two feundred yards from (he one chronicled by us a few weeka -*go. TJor . : ;ftunat;ly the service* «if DrGibbons wereearly atailed'of, and at an interview witaa repreaen . - tatin of tills jomnal, that medical i.'wtlemm pointed out tlie urgent nccewitr of the im .medians establishment of an Hospital at ' Zcelian. With vuchan institution the isolating - o[ thii c-ise of typlinid would be comparatively ea»y. ' With such very limited spaw. as' even the most pretentious of our print* T)9'«» can boast the risk of contagion ia considerable. : . , Dr. Gibbons hi-|da out strong Jiopes of '«icceserullyhrini;iug...

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The Sewerage Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

27*e Sewerage Scheme. One of the moat important conditfotaa Sn al' ?ptciGutiaui far costracU b that which refen to lime, and no ctauie in contncU ii more arbitrarily fixed tlian tliii. ]n the matter of tbe proposed aetrerage scheme for Zeeban the time ia aomewhat vaguely described a- follow* :— ' The con tractor will be required to complete hiacon * - tract within three weeki from date of delivery of laat load of pipe*' No definite date it fixed beyond three week* after delivery of - . pipes ; to fix a date now, we will mature to know how and when the said pips* will be .delivered? Whether b.v Government labour or bv contractor 1 or. whether any specified tWit.et down lor th.tr.dtlivery? ? ' On these lieida, «- oa many others in con nection with our aewerage scheme, there nemi to be an unnecessary amount of reserve and want of knowledgt and we shall feel very, much Eurjirined if ia the end the contractor is .not in the position to finish' just when it suits ' 'olmnU. . ' i b time wi...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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The Comet Road [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

The Comet 'Road, Throiigh Hie courtesy of Mr \V. Smith, Secretary to the Public Works' Depart- ment, we are enabled to notify our readers tlinl, in rojilv. io iije]e);raiii wnt by him to the lion ilic Minister for Lands and. Worts, Jib .lias recalled the following reply by wire :— ? ? . ? Hobart, April (3. Mr W. Smith. . Secretary Public Work*, He clearing line of roai to nart known u Comet Store, approval given as asked for in' your wire. : ALF. PlLLtS'OBR, Minuter for Lands and Work* ?

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Read This [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

^Read This. A& W — 77^ ? POn IIioHeM o£%nday-iApHM, jjforafi* | imdet stooB'slut* ?tetttts'W lit me&bMi fejcf the ISritMl Einpirl; iiolmUter Vliore fj'^liejr'fiiiglit.to, should M takc^-tl practlc 'The (joyfrnraent of .Tasmania, to.show (heir iiitimnle knowledge of the Zeehnn . aUuuda; silver fields, employed one oflico s enmui'r.'iior, and supplied him with 300 census forms, and on the returns made by 'IKese tWDTorms we willlic calculated. .'? ? ? ?' That 'fully one-half of the residents or our district have not been1 located, we feel sure, and unless we' mistake the grit of oiu- mining ulement, we thihlt they will i ' assist us to show how little reliance is to be placed ou the Government census re turns nf (lie Zeehan-Dundas silver-fields. To I'lfoct this, we would nek of every resi dent on the field who lias not beau tabulnUu1 to simply forward us hie name. Mine managers in particular can assist in ? this good work. We .shall, with pleasure, undertake the expense...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

m A K E NOTICE. A BAY MARE was left here on the 24 th nit. by a Mr Pope, who said it belonged to Air Clarke, of the Mount Zeeban Hotel, whose instructions were to so leave it, to be returned by the fir-t traveller requiring a hone, and who, of course, would oaunargc stabling liabilities The first traveller* were Mr .Coombe and party, who daeUned, 26th. Since then several have declined, tlie amount due ranging between 24s and ferry and present liability of 8a per day. Former experience has convinced me (Dec 18 and subsequently re suae horse under somewhat similar circum stances) It ia no use writing to the reputed owner, hence 1 advertise that unless reclaimed and all liabilities met, the horse, saddle and bridle, «il! badoly adrertfjod fornla under the cbtamstanoes, fourteen days Iron date. T. F. H. JONES Htnty. 8J4|«.

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Board of Health [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

Boarfy ?f Health' A mee(inf.ottheZ«san Board of Health wasneldon'jjbnoay evening 'ft (Dr Gibbons' «m«nlting rooms,'. MalnVatttet, Zeohan. The .^bjkotof the meeting was to »F?l1Mt ,.MmU ran opportunity of eiplainlng to the Board the proposid lyit^to bVadorted in U-*Wwl4iga of Zeehan. Ooniide«blediso«iasUin«Mtj-laco. on the proposed methods of improving the eanitary oondltion of the town. Mr Usalt eiplained the benaSis Which 'wpSa'aocrne, from tbe'Srainage which, tbi' Government had' decided to complete, ?

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THE MOUNTAIN TOMB [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

THE MOUNTAIN TOMB. Wo have been asked upon more than one occasion fur information regarding the verses, written on the grave of J. Brown, who was bund on the old Montague claim. The author, a well-known prospector and resilient ofZeelmu. has kindly supplied us with lira aaKnufMni'inx enpy, n)*o in forming us that it appeared iu u Launces ton paper some two years ago. On Heemskirk's lonely mountain, near the ocean's rolling wave. On a spur of the old claim Montague, there lies a lonely grave, And from far away in the distanoe, from either left or right You can see the aliimmer shilling of that mar ble pare and white. And the swagmau us he pauses, wearily and Gives mnny a look up at that nook, where stands the white tombstone ; And putting down his burien, he passes up the oteer. To see whose may be the lifeless clay, that lies alone, avIeBp. Ah ! poor Joe Brown, it ia his tomb, pat-there by comndes true. With iron rail and curbing stone, that looks both neat and new ; And a litti* cr...

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MINING ZEEHAN. CENTRAL BALSTRUR'S. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

r ;Mn*JOi'&i' ' IBt Odi Spsoul.Mb iG.-'D. GiBsop.j OENTRili .BUfTBCrV No. 1 adit f romihe gully on the south side-oftiioGrubbtramwaylias beep driven' ?90tt - tn »a riorthferly f direction by tttkg %est, with ioe'tfbjftfbf gitting in^ojediatcly below tbe strong outcrop1' tot ironstone sh-yringJI)n*lK- . w°st;;:tel»Bno-ryj; w|th.tbe if anean^se Hill Comnauy's section, ever ajtjpe the&et 2£ltthejid\t. itai boeo coing tlirough tbe ironstone capping of the Joile, BbicUis Tery.ppon^adip-jibi^s cavprnous,' .the voids.in_ttue JEorms-tion Jbiping, coated or .psrtiolly filled with, '^ecompplod felspar, '(kiolln). JSinoej'the edit en'terM the' tody' bi the lode, B considerable body 'of water has teen tapped 'Much', it now gushing fromthitace at tboinrte»f several tbonsuid Salloosmn hour. -1^ « the Jofrastpoint on the line atwhicu tlie lode his yet .been tapped on its lonlh-eastsrn fall from SaJstrdp'sliiUloche Mangtfftese oiebk, and henoeitheiMv'jflowofwaterwbJohsbouia liavelUe...

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The Poet's Corner SUSIE'S LETTER TO JEM. NEW NORFOLK, March 30th. DEAR JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

The JPoet'8 Corner. SUSIE'S LETTER TO JEM. New Norfolk, March 30th. Dead Jbx, Your letter came last nite, an' now I am so s id. To think tint things up there with you turned out so bad. I wish that von had stopped at home, an never gone away. For things seem voin' from bad to wuss, there wi-h you every day : _ _ _ _ Ah Jemmy you 1 be catculn cold, out in tne An' then yon might be dying Jem, an' I'd ne'er eee yon again. Ah do come home my own dear boy, an' leave tfeai awful place, I' would make me feel so very glad, again to aw yonr face. Kow I most tell you all the aews about New Norfolk here, But first, the weather's very good, that i lor this time of year ; Hop pickin' has been coin' on, since week before the la-t, But still oa every boat from tows, tbtre a picker's oroudln' fast. I started at the job mfself, f was only yesterday An' tuppenoe ha'i»nnyia the price, 1 think it rattlin pay ; The times is bid dear Jem I think, an' so I'm sure do you, That taint dlegrace to pick the ho...

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Stock & Share Market ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

SlocJeJb Share Market. ZEEHiN: STOCKBXCHiNGE; \ '-''? ; '?' -;- ? ': ??'? April 7- Tbe Secretary of: the .Zeehan SUck Ex change resorts the following sales and qaota tionsoo.'Ohan((s*hlidayi-i-r-- ,,. ; ?' ' ?' 'EiC'i/. -?{?'!- !.'???.?:.' '? Uvi!l|. Austral b is 6d,s6e DoiiWS«s«oVals«4.-.yw:.'--r : Itauets, b Is M, s Is 6d , OwenUendlw,s-s7a' : Boyal Dnndu, b Is Kmgr-nnaaiExt«na.a,;s'2!«d ' Sylvester, s,«-H)d' ' : 'SanritleioyiVaaln.i'Ss «'-'??'? ''l , Central Dondaa(paiiwp),'.s^s.«d',.: :vy Austral, bit id, s 4s ta Tauntleroy, b Is lid, tZ f 3d Adelaide, b 6s, e 6s 6d Bslstrnp,bji,:a7s6a ' '? Banner Gross, a 2s 6d Comet, b'A2s«d,sl3s6d -,'? ?? ? :. ' Comet Extended, a 85s I .DondaiExtendadi4-ued,s2si2d ,.1 ' , . MelbonmePrbprirtarf,b.is,6d,s-und ? -MaumtJ-«adH-piidanJ,#17afSd, .... j . Murehison,S(la,74-:i ..j . ..- ? . . Ocaana,bisod,s5s3d ? ?rSlra^ecajbJEf.JJfu; . , ,,.,.? ? ' Wi*ti}romi{}-jfta,if.£&l,.,'.:,,v ,',„.„? 'Xh».j6liowb)g,W»» and.asptaUonsi^tere made on the Bo...

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Hobart Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

Hobart Jottings. By F.G. halo on Tu»«9sy night last the splendid s.s. liillarat left this port, having on board a large quantity of Tasmanitin fruit for the London Market. Should: tho consignment retch its destination in good condition, re munerative prices may be anticipated, as, 1 understand, a scarcity of fruit prevails in the Old Country at present. With tin ex eeptinn of officers and a few subordinates, the Bullarat is entirely manned by Malays. This is the first opportunity I have had ol acquiring an idea ot the personal appear ance of those strange and uncouth mortals. At the time of my visit the forepart of the vessel was crowded with the half-nude, in dulent rascals, some of wliom were attempt ing' iu a languid fashion to clear awuy the galley orl'iil and garbage with which that part uf the fock »?*» Jittered, whilst others were earnestly intent on culinary arrangements, chopping in junks slimy, lizard-like ' flatheadg,' preparatory to con verting them into a curry which, d...

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EUROPEAN CABLES LONDON, April 4. COMMONWEALTH OR REALM. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

^itflEAX^BLEsf '^tmUK'tWi]^ (FROH ODB OWN OORREBPONDKRTi)1 ? - ? - IioSDon, ipru 4. OOMHONWEA^'OE'EEkilt. the r^^VOoi.venZn, anf I. iMe of ' Commonwealth of Australia,' gays tho word' Oomminir«ii|tli^giJBWe; hsrehlnon EngliBli ears, bs it Buggeats uhpleas«nt historical associatiops in connection with the relations between the Crown and its subjects, and tbe ' Time*1' suggests that tho name should ;be-tbo' Realm of Australia,' which would be more appro priate, as it would imply maintenance of ^.^^'T''0' fj.^T?el8;ntJ'.1 a Sir Julian Fauncefoto, British Minis ter at Washington, states that tho pre liminary negotiation in regard to the conclusion' at a 'reciprocity treat; of commerce botween the United States and -j)intda is proceeding satisfactorily. 6ft Julian Fnancefote will confer with tha Secretary aih^^lKiftjBSd States ?t Washington on^ondaj. . ! 1 'liaOKiN HILL MDJB8. i ' The sale has been completed of two blocks in the Australian Broken Hill Consols Co.':) property, the price p...

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STRAHAN [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 April 1891

STRAHAN. (HIOM jl CORrtKSPONDEST.J TJie first Baznar tluit has been helil nt Strahan took pluco on Tuesday and Wed nesd»y last. The ladies had on'y e few weeks to make their preparations. At i p.m., on the opening day, the Rev Mr Kinp, in a tew appropriate words stated the object ol the bazaar, viz., that tile proceeds wero to aid in the erection of a amiable Church for the Church of England people. He then asked Mr W. H. Fowell to formally open (he bazaar which was done in the orthodox manner. There were not many people present at the opening, and it was thought by a number of persons, that lhere being bo few visitors in Strahan that the takings would not be very large, but later on in the evening the ladies at the different stalls were driving a good business, both in Miles and nifties. There were six stalls presided over by the following ladies and gentlemen, viz., Mes darnes Walker and lteynolds, asssisted by MiRscs Taylor. Whitburn, and Bnynton. Meit cttine the bo'olc-stall, at...

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