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Clever Capture. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 May 1891

Clever Capture. On Thursday last Mr H. Goodie gave in. formation to the local police that whilst asleep in his tent at the rear of the Miner's Best Restaurant, ft silver watch .he wu wear ing had »md. tbstnoteJ from Jii« pocket. Constable O'Saltinn took the matter in hand, giving Information and description of watch to likely purchasers. On Friday a watch answer ing . the description of the one stolen was nffftmd for sale to a lncs.1 ievrellcr. who imme diately proceeded to inform the police, bat before the officer of the law arrived the man had decamped. Constable O'SnUiran though supplied with meagre description, had the satisfaction of placing his man under lock and key wiibln * few hours, hariog arrested bim whilst lurking in the vicinity of the Silver King, The prisoner, who gives his name as Frederiok Smith, was brought before Mr A. W, Brewer J, P., on Saturday morning, and remanded for three days to enable the police to nuke enquiries as to his antecedents. Numerous complaint...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 May 1891

MIAIAG. During the put u-anlraomo ooasf JeraWa amount of interest bus bocn centred iu the Planet P.A., sections' numbered '2089 ana 657 on tho ciiart. During the week Mr R. Hickson, tho manag'-r in charge, re ports .having foun/i s prorulsing-loakiDg lode.' The assay returns from ll)e dipping are as follows -—No. 1, galena und gAsii,iD, ii«8avcd bv Messrs Lvon and Sncedie. 32oz 13dw|s 8grs silver, and 78 per cent, of h'ad. »?.« nay. iff «r J. W. King— No. 1 aainr}]a, 2tof lSjiyd? fj'lrar, 61 per caut. lead ; Ho'. 2 sample, 3Joz f .'tdijite Hgrs eijver, ?nd r«\ percent, cif leail. ' ' .; Messrs Fewoofsko and Tliornilcy report that during (lie psit week Hie Stock, ond Share Maivet msinluined n decided im provement, fory Jarge pstcola having changed hand? at firmer pricef, such slocks as Central l)jin$a^$MRr Meredith, Sue ^pnpdas:||toiJc|r^»8|r»l,.AJeWde, 'ropriefsrjVaSdOceinis being 'tn^uirod native BilvefTrom OieOvvBU XleMllb hn'Ve coniBin.snd met with universal adlnini tipn; ''Jiite...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Swain Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 May 1891

&wahi JPmd. — ?' ? ' ?? . We have received from Mr. J. T. Connelly ? further amount of £2, making the total !».'«-» in l»od £63 2t 4Jd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 4 May 1891

^^B Conveyances ' ' : ^^H t Vncu's coach to and from ^^M 4J .i. ' DUNDAS. : ^^H Lrovos His LWory and Bnlt.Sthbles, Silver ^^^B - Queen, Daily, calling ot Hotels oBibutc. ^H: TIMK TABLE.* ^^B LcivC8Of%Wtthday morning at B.30n.m ^^^K lWurns, 0.80a.ra, . ..,. ^^^K ' Leaves; 10.80, a.tri. ; Jtolurni, 12 ao'oii. ^^^K Leaves, 3.80 pan. ; Roturng, 6.30 j-.m. ^^B ' ? TDE6DAY. ?'' ^^H Leaves, 8.30 a.m.; Returns, lOa.ni.' ' ^^B Leaven, 3.30 p.m. ; Roturnfe, 6 $,m. ^^B Wcdnesdny^ bV.,'do: .Thursday, io., do H^B '' ; JTriday, do, do, / ^^H ' satuhuav. ?Bj Lenvcs,8.30«.m s ' Jlehirm, 10a.m. : BBL LenvGHiS p.m. ; 4tct«mp;'4 p.m. BM Lcbvcb, 5 p.m. ; Bctdrbn, « p.m. ^B FARES— THREE SUIIXiNOS. ^B . : B. LYNCH. BJ; ' Proprietor. ^B tSaiLYCOACn BETWEEN ItEMINE BB U AND ZliEUAN. , , ^B ???'? Coach. 'Leaves liemino every B Tuesday. .,...: ? THUKSDAY, . BK ;' ' ' AND H: ';'.''' .'„ SATDBDAy, ^K I :, ? Al 10 o'clock. ^B il' . Leaves 2i;i:uan Kvtnv H MONDAY, ? ? ;. '.. ;.. ; WEDNESDAY,. H | .''-. . AND H j...

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

Government Advertisements Chief Secretary's Office, ' 1st Mny, 18!)1. TT is hereby notified, for public in. formation, tliflt Write Jinvo lieen this day issued from this Office, nd dressed to tlie Returning Officers for the following Electoral District?, ilirocling them to take tlie iiecessury steps [or (ho Election of Member.-) to servo in the House of Assembly :— Wellington ? Two nirnilisrs West Devon ? Oir member Unst Devon ? .Two members Dolornine ? One meuiber Si'lliy... ? One nicnihcr Gonrge Town... .. One raonilw Westbiii-y ? One nicinber l.-ingford ? One niembr-r Crosiv ? One iii.'inber lCvnndalo ? One member Kingal ? One nieinlKT Iliiigaronma ? One member Cnnipbi'll Town ... One member Ontlnnds ? One member Brighton ? One member Ciiinberhnirl ? One member New Norfolk ? One member Glenorclijr ? One nieinlw liiclmuind ? Ono member Glnmorgmi ? Oiw nioinln-r Sorell ? ... One member KimrbornugM ? Tno inriubCTS l-'ranklin ? One mombcr Nominations will br; received from Wednesday,...

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Waratah Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

Wftrntdh Notes. (I'R'ISI ODIt OWN C'lRttESroXDKXl1'). Some licuii, who in eviilently unac qiminlcd with the inccmlialisni business, has lutely made repeated ntlempls |(, bur:i that cjnmioiliirjs Inli 'cling 111 the main street, known us Lynch's stBtiug rink. i I16 tinctiii'jiniy Diiiilo no ln^v tlnin ihreo uttempts, but as often as lie tried lie did not succeed. However lie woul.l linva nccomplislH-d 111$ liendish trick the lust tiin.i he lind n--t Ilio flnuns heen ncreeivpd l»v 11 ninit who wnti ffoinff to work ill four o'clock in llie inoniinfi. Tl-e dmniiRC Hint woiil.l liavc resulted from this woulil-be fire enn snirccly bo eslimuled us there me man; vnlimble liniliiin^a, in cluding (lie National Hunk, in close prox imity to tliis rink. The Whj-tc llivor district has nuik miiiing ujullcrs Inisk liere. 'Die wui.t of isuro alack exchonges has long been felt, but now tliie raullt-r has roo-ivcil ultcntiun from Messrs Hauson nnd Whecl rlon, cnrli of wlioiu 1ms stalled an ex cliHiige...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

TO THE EDITOR, SIB,— Your correspondent ' MX.' deserves -pnlao'lor.tue way in which lie his placed the farts 1n connection with the aboYe before the pnblio. I agree with him in evm- case but that in which he states £2 Ml a sufficient amount for weir and tear. I tliitk lie should have allowed £3 or £3 10s., as it ii vtry reldom the teams get through without gone breakage, which', if e~ler f 0 small, costs monW to repair. Fntbe that asitmnv. I think bl overt'. » »«ry fait one,.and with a profit 0IUI0 Id, I should think the ointi of tesmsjougbt to be well Mtuffled ( aq that any «rro» Ik may hare rniide In his calculation* Wuld bJmoro than corerei by thetemninlng £4. Jfl concludes by- sawing- that, until the railwlj is com plcteiire wllllave to submit to thtinevitable. Sjot, Sir, In this oue I cannot agre\ with him, and avs an atnenduent I would augasl that an attempt be made to form a co-opsutive com iafcy imoJnmt the bus.in.esi poopli or allow f hf euWtfS take .hare. In it if ley wUhe...

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FREIGHTAGE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

rREIGllTAOrE. TO THE EDItOB. Sib,— There lately appeared a letter in your {taper, over the signature of M.L,, comment ing on tliu prices charge 1 for freightage b; the carriers from lfemine to Keehan. This letter ii decidedly misleading and untruthful, and although filled with figures, only show that figures and facts are not the same, although popularly «upnese*l to be. 1 would suggest to M,l* that he should walk behind n team for a fall trip and eee the wrecks of lioreee, crippled almost beyond cure, there be'n; at the present tinie over 25 hones belonging to Pveiiiiiiu and £eehan carters, averaging &, valu-s of £40, crippled. Probably this loss is intfu led in tho margin of wear and tear generously allowed by M.I.. in bis imaginary eUteient. During last week, 10 drays were totally bioken dawn, and we bate occasionally a broken lej or accidents of a minor chnracter to help to swell our profits, to earn which it take9 an average of from 12 to 14 hours' work per day. Will M....

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

Unclfilm -'(( LvtU'.px. K W. Anderson (2), T. Anlretrs, Thos, AII111, W. If. Allen, J. Atkins, J. AnJrcws, '1'. Allison, K. M. Archer, I'. U. Archer (i), Kentish Archer. F. Arrow, A. Allen, T. Api'lcby. F. II. Barrett, 1!. C. Boys, W. n. linoks. Thos. Drcnnan, John Jlurse, H. O'Uojlo Uclti, Joe Bird, P. llrown, a. Boltz, W. liyrne, 0. llridley, U. lionnett, J. Van ?, A. liorlce, W. T. l:n»ka, T. Haiilie, J. IC. I'.lacklow, llcattie, If. llur-o, W. Uanfield. A. ISanfietd, ,1. 11. liurvis, .1. V l!ild*in, W. liair, U. lil.ir. Ii. liultler, C. Barnes, M. ltruzr.il, W, Kroiman, IT. II, Illcvins, ff. ISnnks, Uagler. P. ll.iilcy, Illiir, H, Uowen, A. U. Jlruce, .1. llriant, Urcnnor. Mrs. DniiJ W. C. li.rro*, C. Uurrett, C. Uo.ker. C II. I. Olarke, S. Crumn, W. V. CalJer, Cab man, T. Coiiping, II. I'. Clancy. James Coy, Con roy, A. M. Connolly, J. F. Oassidy, J. A. Conline, (i. Uarr, 11. II. Clark, 1'. Casain, II. IJoronack, a Cooiier, \1. Costi, W, Mel). Chalmers, Ciirnenter, M. Callsghnn...

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AT THE SINGING CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

AT THE SI.VGING OONOKRT. lommv Gibbons and I were busily engaged -lo:ng a cross barney with Ze'j because he would pewlst In making our long beers all col'jir and no shirt, and New Chum »n just in the act of explaining that cauliflower-toiirad glasses wen hollow snares and delusions to men tint perennially suffered from tliirat, like a toff, informed Tommy that he W nominated him for tb» si iiring costoit. lommy wanted to decline, but I bore up like a diamonl gee, and Tommy wJS duly cnterod. Hie preceding night, after the hoa|,!table doors of Clark's had shut us nut to thu mcrcv of a cold nijht, Tommy had me in his iron grip, nnd told me, with cuss worrls, that he would «!n? Sim iieeves for his shirt, or, with trass worts, would warble Harry IlicknrJj for his boon j therefore, visions of t!ii fifty hob fiwt prize money being cut out in 100 lovely thirst .quenchers Ailed me with jov. The night came, and Tommy' and I were there like M. Ginty, 'dre,'t in our lent,' but Tommy kept his* v...

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The Cumberland Election. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

The Cumberland Election. A crowded meeting of tlie rceuK'nts of 'A*.eh«Q and D Hildas true held on Monday evening nt Malcahy's Itoyal .Exchange Hotel. The meeting was the outcmoe of otic lidd on la&t Friday, And was for the purpose of de ciding wli&t steps should be taken to secure an efficient l'arliainenlerv r-prcacuUlivc ,if the West Coast mining laterals. On tlit: lnttiau of Mr A. ttafain*tuii, Mr D. C. UtvpiUttt vffta voted lo tlie cliair, and in taking hii seat that gentleman eaid tluit he felt greatly Lonoured in being called u^iou lo lueiide, aud trusted that alt present -would assist him to keep order, and as lie woe not present at tlie preriuus mixliug lnj would cull upou some £cntlcwau whn had Ueea vrcaeat, la come forward and JiiuOJy ajriaf him us to what had been done on l'riday last. Mr J. M. Uaslett, on the inviUtion of the chairman, explained to tbe present assembly that those who were at tlie previous meeting would remember that it was called to deci...

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Some Census Statistics [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

Some Cemus Statistics W. »r» MAM to Mr U. M. Johnnton, Rggbtrar-Genonil and Government Statis tician for the following ron^h results Iron the cenlua returns at April 5, 189], 'Summary of population by electoral dis trict : - per centa'o 1. Cumberland, (Dcladiog Mae qusrle ? 1 15-80 2. Dim, Knit ? Sl'ti 8. Wellington ... ... ... 6-2-50 4. Stlby and Itlngaroiinia ... 5J-21 5. Klogabornugh tailoring with 4(1-30 «. ToFrauklln ? j-ij It will thus baieen tnat this district »l,ow« an increase ai compared with tile Census of 1SB1, oon-iderauly in eioess of »ay other ?lectorol district in Tutnania. 'The results of the larger divisions of the colony are given tn the following suiMnary : — As regards greater relative progi-eis in the interval of the etnsiiara, USM31II, the orJer of the divisions drawing the largest Increase i» as follow* :- Va centage 1. North-Western ? M-03 2. Midland (including Macqnarie) :IO-J2 8. NorthKostern ? 21-30 4. Soutli-ItastemtSuiilh-Wostern 36-5/ The order 0' tin ...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

?MXA/Atf. Tlio mniiagcf of (Ire Success ExteU'led S. M. Co. r.pirts lioviiifr out o vrrir promising looking l»Jc, samnlus from nliich mo now iu t!m hnnilri of (lie nfsnjcr for trenduotil. Hi- Oui Spkciai.. IU -5. D. Oibw.; ZEKUAK. Till! AUPTKU. In (his inincin-onsiilL'inljIe iinprovcmcnt is apparent, bolh in the norlii nmi tlifi soulli cmls. The north drive has Inn aitvanct-d 80 fi, the ftce being in nin oC ihu usual clniracl.-r, wliich may nlmost be said to ho peculiar In Miis iiiiti-, viz.. n bh'iirlin,! of usiiK cnrhnualir, ii-nl ml pliiiles, fill- ff.,m iittructivi! in ainienrnncc. but Uk value of which cm only he rrcer liiiiwil by tlio UhUnl uliu-t icut IpsIh. The Miriiiiij;iT inf ? is mo that two snniplcs taken fiuin til' fico » fcwilaysiiRn slimvcd ?in iifsiv tins IiiViiJv Kuli-f.icloiv rosuli ot U nnd si .izs FilvoV ni'i- t.in. nml rm and (VI ).i'i- cent h'nd vcspi-clivi-lv. 'Ihc soulli luvvl ha- liKun driven 51) 11,'linii lii-m til dim bIkii hliows an inipioiKinein. Alllic ...

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

W. S. TiBOCTT, Zeehan and Snadas, H«« I ami Estate Agent, haJfrontogobuildinKblw. I forMleatZeehanatreMonaDl.priooa. HoW; I tonght and sold, laqntrlea can b- n»w-- I Mr Ev^rsbod'a stationer's shop. ? James Koone, Who iru -njureJ at tbe t M o«ut aocident on the Dundas' tram Mat,' ? rapidly recovering from Ills injuries nndn V ? ti-itment of Dr. Kenfedy, ud is «t«ylu' ? Hubert'* CoffeolUWsu oitobliihtnint fh« ? Inralid. rewire so much kindly attention V ? tlie want «f V boaplial on the field !? 1* ? eenly felt as it otherwise would be. ' ?

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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

btmU & Sliai't Marled. ZEEUAK STOCK EXCHANGE ) May 5. The Secretary of thl Zeehan Stock Ex change reports tbe follonng sales and quota tions on 'Change :— ' ^ Morning. Adelaide, b 0s 3d 1 Anderson, bis H.I, s I, id Austral, b Ss lOk'd, b Ci, sales fin Central Ualstrup, b % Id, s 2s 3-l, s«l« °ild C.BBt, blSsOJ, t Us (-i Pori:, b l» 2d, ? )l 5d Dun Jai ExtsnJod, b U7A, s is Fauntleroy, b 2s Sd, a 2« 1 Id Mount Zeehau, h is, a Ts Cd Melbourne ProuieUry. 1) 6s ii, z it 9d Murchuon, bisr-sls6ld OceMia, b5«3J,l«i8d Oven iferodith, b Cs 3.1, s 6s fid, salss fis 3d lioyal Duiidaa, b(ia 2d, a Is C.I Savage Kiver, l- frJJjs^afS it King J.'it-ndoJ (paid uplTs'dt Saoralnento, b ill, b fli 10s 's« Success'Estendcd, h U rd.s Is rio^s,. *ylvw,tBr, b 4a 9d, s 5s 2d ^^- United, b 30a, a iit Afternoon. Ailama' Dundas South, b Is, s 3s Adelaide, b 0s 60, s 7b Anderson, b Is 2d, a 1b 4d Ao«tr»!,b r,B,eCa2J Central Balitrnp, b 2s Id, a 2s 2d Dundiu Extended (paid un). « f.a 3d Fauntleroy, b 2a ...

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JUPP'S HOTEL. Situated on road from Trial Harbor to Waratah TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

JUPP'S HOTEL, Situated on road from Trial Harbur to Waralah TO THE EDITOR. Sin, — Permit me, in the interests of InveUem en the Wat Co»t, to hsiimIo thu folLiwinj experience which happened to Mr. Clark (a visitor from Melbourne) and myself while tn veiling on horsehack along the above. mentioned route:— We left Trial Harbor early in the momiog for Waratah, it beiug our in tention to make Jupp's the Grit i-tage— a dis tance of a'jout 60 miles We lial a very rou^h time, the roads wero bad, and it rained almost incessantly the whole journey. We Arrived at Jupp's Hotel at 10 p.m, drenched to the ekin, after be'ng 14 hours in the saJlle and please note the reception we received, \V( lc looked nt the back door— there was no light in the front— and asked for accoumoda. tion, aid were refused point blank, Mrs. Jupp Buying it was 10 o'clock and alie was going to bed. We expostulated, and were informed the place was filled with lodgers. Asked for a ahake down, but were rehiaed. Finally we aek...

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Singing Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

Hinging Contest. On Mnmht.' evening Vic Mechanics' Institute \vm crowded to excess to wUneau * t-iiiRiiii contest, at which Messrs. Dun ning, dliiniicf, Johiiilonc, and Bisliop Oslurnc nt-lcd «s iulg^, Mr. C. Oralmme itiiuiliicling tli' programme. Mr. Frazcr, who wns not 11 contestant, favored the niiJieiiiv with nn excellent rendition of ?Annie Riiomy,' nmi in response to au iuiucrativc encore, sweetly snug ' Wiien yon und I were young, Maggie.' Mr. T . Giliuoos opened proceedings in the comio section of (he cutest nith a DMshcr song that fairly convulsed tlic auJioo.ce. Mr. II. M:-nin followed with ' Not Bo bad as all tlmt,' and his efforts met with npprova'. Mr. T. Kced, as the first contestant in the pcuLmiciitnl portion, contributed ' The fisherman and liis eliild,' and was succeeded hy Mr. T. Gibbons in 'The little Iwro.' Mr. W. Qraiebrook , tendered 11 German comicality nnent (J tho Ynlcrland; und Mr. V. M. Wiee ?* did likewise, with Rn Hibernian ditty. Upturning to (he senti...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

Correspondence. From our readers we invite correspondence on matters of general interest which we Will, whenever practicable, invert in this column. Comw/wmlenU ere requested to write on one aide of the pap;r only. With the opinions expressed in this column we do not identify onraehejr The writer's naroo in nil instancon tnnit accompany contribution?, not necessarily for publication.

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

Business Notices P. o. iTOX IMPORTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PBICE^MSTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. 'Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any house in the colony. ? FERGUSON & CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AKD 10 MURRAY STREETS, HO13AKT. SOLE AGENTS FOR Usher's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. ' Wliisliv. , Bojiil Bleifd Wliisky, Ciuroniiil Jcrclioains. ? Glen Dim (Own Suc-ciul lilcnd', Case and ' Bulk. E.& J. l'nrkc's Irish VVliislty, Case & Bulk. . . ' do. Dublin Stout, HcEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. Buss & Co's No. 4 Ale in Hhiis, $ lilids, Kilderkins, and Firkins. Aitkcn's Falkirl! Lifo Belt Ale. Disquit Oubouchc & Co's Urnndy, Cnse and Unlit. J-iU'B Hobin's Bran.ly, Case and Hulk. UIBjy Forrestoi's Genuine Tori Wines. l-'orresU'r'a Slirrrira. Li-rnon Hart's W. Indinu Rum. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Hunt, elc. IlolbrooksSouciSind...

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Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 4. [Before Mr. A. W. Brewer, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

Police Court. ? Mo.vi.at, M*v 4. (Before Mr. 4. \Y. Brewer, J.P.I Emel Uwreneo, laborer, pleaded guilty lo a charco of using obscene language in a public place on May 2nd, and wm fined Mi, or seveu days' imprisonment. Fine paid. Albert Fereuson, miner, was fined Ss fat being drunk and incapable on Saturday niglit. Frederick Smith won agrfn brought up in custodv. charaed with larceny of t. silvn watch on April 90, and on the application ol 1 the police remanded for eight days, peudio; 1 Thomas Hogsn, laborer, was arrested on w arrant late on Sunday night by Constable Farrell. Uogan had been wanted by tht Kobart polic.! slncf January on a charge* larceny as a baibfe, and trill be detained'i j custody Jure penng iintmellonn from IB I ^uperintendant otll'o'.icc at Ho'jatt. I |\ ? SftWlSr^i^^^ j ' (Bifore Mr A. W. D.-ewe?5W-f^. J George Stepnenaov, -;h«sed witli wins I olnctne laogusje on the 4th instant, «'a- En«l I ilorseveud.y.'ionirionment. I'inepiid. Joseph J Joyd iras brought up on...

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