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

Special Advertisements: TMPOBTANT NOTICE. TOM ROBINSON'S PUBLIC EXCHANGE Will be held At the OPEN EXCHANGE HOOMS, as usnal, XToMtlntudinii that n certain individual hat made assertions to Che contrary. Business will be conducted by L. T. COX during Mr IlobiMon'a illness. _ ELECTOU.U. DISTBtCT OF CUM BE11L.1KD. VOTE FOll J. jr. H A S I, IS T T. VOTE FOR HASLUTT, The Liberal Candidate. VOTE FOK HA.S1.ETT, The Working M«n'» Representative, VOTE FO1V UASLETT, lie Eight Hours Advocate. VOTE FOR HASLETT, A Resident of the Field. VOTE FOK HASLE1T, And Local Sanitary Reform. t VOTE FOK HASLETT, And introduce new blood into Parliament. J. If. Haslett will shortly address tbs Electors ?( Cumberland in various parts of the Electorate. THE ELECTORS OF CUMBER LAS D AHD MONTAGUE, Who are favorable to the EETDBN OF ME. K. J. BKOWN AS OUR BEPEESESTA'i'WE Are invited to attend s 11 B B TING In MOLCAHrS HOTEL At S p.m. ON THUESDAT, 7th JNST., For the purpose of electing a Committee io secure his retu...

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

ConMtyi ices T ytiCU'S WACtl (J AND FflOM JJ ' JJUNDJ i. Lmves Hie Livery and lit Snides, Silver Queen, Daily, colling Motels en roulo. TIME TA r,K. Loaves every Mundoy niruiugnl 8.30 a.m. Ri tnrnd, 0.$ n.m. LravcK, 10.30 a.m. ; Htm™, 13 noon. Leaves, 3.30 y.m. : IUnrns, C.30 p.m. Leaves, 6.30 a.m.; IttJilns, 10 a.m. I/cnve*, 3.30 p.m. ; 1 dnrof, S p.m. Wednesday, do., do. iliureduy, do., Friday, do. do. CATDRD ?. Leaves, fi.30 n.ui ; It limp, 10 a.m. J/Oavce, 3 p.m. ; Itclu ns, 4 p.fn. Leaves, 5 p.m. ; liclu m-, n ]-.in. FARBS-TUKEE HILLINGS. Ii LYNCH, / Proprietor. TSaTLT COACH BETWEEN HR.Ut.Vb' ^ . AND ZKE1 AN. Condi Lonvcs Roi lioo every TUESDAY, THURSDAY. AND { SiTUIlDAY, Al 10 o'clock. Lkjvjss Zraiii.v kvjjiv MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND Fill DAY, At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AND FAULKIXER, Proprietors. ZEEHAN LIVERY STADLES. p KENNEDY Kegs tonolify to the Public Ibnt lio lias opened a Livery and linit Stables and liopes Iiy strict attention to business to mcritu fair slinro of patronage A...

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

OUIiSELVES. When ou October the 14th, the proprie tors o£ tlu Zeehmt mid DumlaB Hcrahl issued tbe first copy of tliis papc-, there was not wanting plenty of pessimists who forclolil failure for tlicir literary Ytsntun1. Undismayed, however, by !lie crojkings of these people, tlie Xeehiu and Duttdas flerattf coutiuttect to regularly appear ou the fixed publishing days, and each succcod ing issue only counnned the proprietary that their judgment liotl not erred. Tlie size of the llmiM at this time web 204 by lij inchrs, but thd Zeehnn and Dundas silver fii-lds grew with eueh rapidity that it was' deemed necessary to enlarge the lienthl to keep pace with the district, and ou January 21st an cuUrgo jncnl w'8 effected, making the size 25 by ]«( inches; and again on April 1st s further addition of 28 inches of printed matter was added to its pages. We were etiU untotisBed with its capabilities far adequately representing this disfric', and with this issue we hnve enlnvgcd 'J'.e Herald by ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1891. CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 6 May 1891

^fjitn § i^nmlas ^{mUl **ror Ibntu tL»l lftcts u£Ut&n«4 For tlie vnoag tbtt owls reeisunc* ror tin ruan In tl* aininoi AsA ti* gwA tlut we a«A da.' WEDNBSDAY, MAy C, 1801. CUMBERLAND ELECTION. THE result of the political lueetiDg held on last Monday night,, was exactly what might have been expected under the circumstances. A body of residents gathered together all conscious of the oae desire, that of furthering the interests of their dis trict, but having no cohesion, falling apart the moment action was iic cessarv : each one present was aware tJiat there existed a necessity for immediate steps being taken to re medy our present disabilities, but for want of union no definite plan of action was forthcoming beyond hurriedly deciding to nominate and endeavor to.retum a local man ; the gentleman chosen being Mr j. If, Kaslett. The interest centered in the choos ing of Mr Haslett, proves conclusively that the residents of Zeehan are made of tlie right material if only properly d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

I Business Notices- ? __ I IMPORTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES I AND MINING REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. [ ' PKIOE LISTS FOBWAEDED UPON APPLICATION. \^ Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any house f in the colony. ? ____ FERGUSON & CO, | MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, £ 70 COLLINS, AND 10 HURRAY STREETS, HOBART. K. SOLE AGENTS FOR, % Usher's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. : .5 Wljisby ftA- RothI Blend Whisky, Case nml Jeroboams. . ?%?? . Glen Dim (Own Special lilend-, Case and ?^ .* Bulk ?&'' E.& J. Btirke's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. &'? do. Dublin Stout, '-%?' McEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. -: ¥ Bom & We No. I Ale in Unds, i Hhds, Kilderkins, and Firkins. AilWs Fnlkirli Life Belt A.K Duqiiit Dubouclic & Co's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Julrs Main's Brandy, Case ond Hulk. Offley Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Leinou Unrt's W. Indian Hum. Board's Old...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Mining Notices. ARIZONA ntOSPECriNti AND MINING COMPANY (No J-iadilitv.) (Registered under The Mining Companies Act, IBB!.) Capital, £5,400 ia 10,800 Shares. NOTICE OF CALL. Notice is hereby glnn that a CALL (the fecund) of Sixpence per Share has this day bepu made on all tho Shares in the above Company, and will be dne and payable at the office of the Company, 11 Morrison-street, on WEDNESDAY, the 13lh day of May, 1891. By order of the Dirccton, W. C. GRUBB, Manager. Ilobart, April 28, 18111. THIS GEKAT WI-STE'.iN sliTcO No I.iau.Mtv. NOTICE W CALL. NOTlTE is lmrXTeiv™ ,|n, a C,l| (the lsllorsisp-iiconcr Share on nil Slinrcs in this Compinv w.is mnde by (he Directors on the 11th April inslnnl, mid iKiynl le lo me at the Company's office, Zcc-hnn, nn or before Wudni'sJay, tho lailnlayof Mny n-xt. By oriiil-of tlicBoanl, E. M. THORNILEY, Manager. April 30ih, 1OT1. ? THE MONITOR SILA'KIl MINING CO., No Liability. NOTICE OF CALL. NOTICE is hereby j-iv.-n that a Cull (thn Isljof Sixpenc...

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CARTING CHARGES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

CAUTING CUAUGliS. [?] Sill,— Fn a [recent issue of your valuable paper, there appeared a letter over the initials ' M,l-.' commenting ntrongly u^on tho pro poBed increase of charges lor carting from Kemine to Zeebftu, and in a subsequent ueuo another writer ' Carrier ' directly refers to me in conneetiqn with ' M.l.'s ' letter. Addod to this it has boen made unpleasantly pi liu to me that the authorship of ?? M.l.'s ' letter has been attributed to aa a charge I need only say is equally unjust Ms it is unfounded. In nskiujr you, sir, to publicly itate (as you are fn a position to do), that neither myself nor any one connected with the lloyal I'AchanRe Hotel, was in any way connected with that lrtltr, I feel certain that you will only h: too glad 1. 1 testify tn my innocence of thu charge, as your own motto, 'For tho wrong that ueeds reMtance, ' can be fier^-bv put to tho telt. llefcrriug to ' Carrier's ' attack upon me, I can only le 1 him, whoever he may he, that if ha knew me, ho w...

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HASLETT FOR ZEEHAN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

HASLETT FOR ZEEHAN. 10 tiik EDiron. Sir,— It is often quoted as an illustration of son. with what little wisdom the world is his cmisti'o lesson. Auii sec with \vhat°littl' wisdom the would. be dictators of Zcehan anil uther parts of Cumberland would foist on us a played-out politician as the representative of a Jive coistitaenn: T.'i ? first more was to nominate a windbag »bo could ' tickle the enri of the groundlings ' with what he called He told us lie wns a gentli-man who had a large experience in the political arena, and he was likclv tn be nominated, ton, had not a, marplot split 03 tho little gome, telling the public that that windbag l.ad not the qualifica tion, viz., he is neither a landholder nor an uleitor, ami the uei-es.ity oi ' trying back,' stared us in the face, the result litin,. Monday night's meeting, and the selection ol iMr Hasletl. Uut we are &?ain put in a dilemna hy seeing an ad. in the ' Herald ' of Gth inst., calling a meeting of those who are favor...

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Is Life Worth Saving ? [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Is Life Worth Saving ? When will tlio TiKminUn Gorornmcnl nwako to tlie fjet tlisl iliey ura ivsponsiU'c fnr (lie iivos of people' in Hie oilonj-. liooncmists disagree, like doclnr-, upnu many tilings, but on llio duly of tlovcrn ments In protect life nrd property, tiny art1 all agreed. The Government in lliis is!c do not seem lo realise tlie import mt fuiiciions tbnt ilicy ivvc created for. II they are annrc of wliattli-sefunctionsarc, then llley seem olislinalc in refusing to carry llicin out, and arc iletnvm'nc !, !i'.;e tlm Government in tlie curly days of Victoria, to allow the people to sink ii.to Hi a elate from which a second Eureka Stockado alone will mma tlieiil. Why nro tlie peiple on tliis coast so ulterJy uegle^ed ? Why ore llieir inleresls lost siglit of? Are tliey, cr nre they not, p»rt nail jarccl of tli.; cicnmoiinvnltli '.' Arc they outcasts ? This silver field lias practically rai;cil the islmid from a dorinsiut posilinn ttt «»o of life ; from n ponr stnirttfling ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Corres/ioiueaiice. on maltcrj of general intercut whicli we will, whenever practicable, iiuert in tl.is column. CorrcFpcmWuts are rcqucs^eu to write on one Bidu of the pap.r only. With the ',|.inionn exprcascd in this column we do not i.lenlify uur.ehea. The writer's name in nil instances must accompany contribntion% not necessarily for publication.

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Zeehan Water Supply [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Zeehu.n Wilier Supply Tlie follsiring iuforin itiuo hu keen placed nt our dispoul by Mr. IjCcron, secretary to the Zeehan Water Supply Company: -Tito rules of the company were read, slightly altered, and adopted. 'Trie eecretary's report showed that BDrae consitler&bic delay had occurred through the difficulty of obtaining suitable liipiuff, an order naa Deon lorwaraea io aie* bonrne, «id» delivery of U had since besn made. ? The work of cementing tho dam was progressing favorably , and it was confidently expected tliat the plant would be in operation vilhin tivo months from date. The pleasing statement ivis made to the mtMoA thitt the total cost of lbs scheme would not exceed the amount available to be cilled up.

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Cemetery Site. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Cemetery Site. - ? m Wlien the nntortunito vlotiml of the late DnndM nooldont were about to be buried, some oonaidefckble atnoaQt of delay vu ex Iilbltsd on tbe put of Mr llault, tho Englnoer Ing Inspector to the Caatral Board of Healtb, and it wm not until oommnnioationi had pused between Mr Mault and some one in Hobart (kept a secret) Lh&t a pkcu for inlcrmuut vas decided upon. Wo refrained from cummcutinii u;ioa tliu delay tbat had occnrteil in that o'.bc, but when tlio very uest bition of liclpli-BB li. decision is agaiu gone through. Why, in the namu of all that is sensible, did cut Mr. Jloult, if lie is fitted for tun posit'nn, dtci.le on n aitu for a (minuter)' iinmcdintety after thu dralh of tlio Dnivlu viotiin.. Onoc, nod for all, a ciLe-tho fourth one-lias, we have been Informed (not by Mr. MatiU), been oIiob-.d wiU.i.-i n quartet- of a mile of the main elnet on the SiW King property. Why our cemetery should ue planted ivitliin ?iicli :i ihort ili»tnucc of what prn...

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Cumberland Election. HON. N. J. BROWN'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Cumberland Election. HOX. N. J- BEOTO'S CANDIDAIDRE. A meeting ef th« Criends *nd buppof tejrs p the Hon N. J. Brown was held last eveniife ot Mulcahy's Hotel. Oil thp lnotioo. ot Mr G. P. Sintlair, Mr. l'etef Jrvlno ivss rated to the chnir. In Ukine the cha;r, Mr. Indue regtelttd tlw^he atteu.dan.co was pot mach Jsrjrcr, hot 'Baa every reason to believe that the next meeting would bp rpore uttuitrousty attended, Mr Sinclair, a- oinvoner pf tho meeting, read a telenrem which Tie had that day re ceived from' the U»u Mr Brown, asking that mettlngs thould h« arrapged, and stating tbat he would arrive at Zeeban about 11)6 Kill IllBt. Mr J. Edea Heron proposed, «? That the Hon K. J, Brown is the most fit and proper person to renrese»t this constituency.' Mr C. H, durtain, (o »conding the motion, alluded to tho fact that his natho was got va the electoral roll, as it iv»s wade up when ha was away from the colony. He mentioned this, eo that Bo one oonM say afterwards that it should have be...

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Whyte River and Waratah. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Why ia lliver and Wavatah. .... [Uv'co7jmc1. 1 feel Hint a lionvy duty devolves on me as 0:1c or the InHiviiinals lli.it m.ilt.i lii-:iorv and 1 *hnll fulfii tlia'. duty to tlie. hrst of my obilily by cluonicliti ?? (lie enm-nt doings of ihe aliovc-ni-nlim-'il s:n:i]l, Iml iinporl.mt portion of Tusni:ini.j. WI1-11 I say important, I uio.in a lot of lliin-m tlmt . elmll nrobahly t.itur on rxjilniii', in :i ulnro conliibfilion. Tho Whylo river and llcanUn-nn.l dis trict havo by no m-inns a i-(\iu;in(iu hi-l.-.w — remember I am now qil'iliiijr fmn 11 most reliable boh'cp. The Hnv.le.vvood district was lironght under (he covetous gazo ot tho public nfler vears of weary search by one loao individual who, will, all his fcientiTic Itnnn-ldK', the proliiund secrecy with' which ho kept 1I1; re»ulis of Ilis inveslictttionii to IiiuiKelf, anil 1I10 faol tlmt JitcrnlJ.r upealcin^- hi liH rjic whole conutry to himself laiss'd the veiy lissl shows on llm.fii-M. With afuienco Ic, this latter reinn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

V, S. Tahcett, Zeelun and Dirndas, House and Kstatc Agent, has frorjtjjoimlklint' block, forsaleat Zeohan at reasonable iirioes. Hotoln bought nnd sold. Inquiries nan be mode at MrEvivahed'stMAoiuK'a »hop.

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HOBART. HOBART, MAY 5. LORD VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

HOB ART. fBY ELBCiniO TGLBGRiPH.1 Ura0)I OUR OWS CoBRESrOHDENT), Hcibatit, Mav 6. _. _ loed viorowor/s. me u«rabri(ige election, heldyestordav, resulted in a victory for A. E. Lord, he hovinn polled 139 as ait.iinst 108 rccor.lcd in favor of hia ?i1.p,uiUi,(, O. U. i),ivjcs. May C. EXIT. J At nni'cial nio'iiii««rilic8linrohoMcis ot Iho T.S \. Co., IipIiI this nfd-rnno-. it ivaa ™iv«l (os, 1| to ,llc un:on SS. („. iijinn tin terms Mute-.l in (he niovirion.71 ngrccin nt ni-i;le on t!io 34tli M.itch. May 7. AN ADDITION. Mr A. Smilli linn li,:cn ii|ip'i:-lcd -lis- tiiet surveyor fir the. Wnl Const. Mr Suiiib brings high crodeiiii-iN from Vic toiia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Special Advertisements TMPOtlAKT NOTICE. « TOM KOBINSOX'3 ' ' r V D L I 0 )i X C H .1 K S 1! Will be held at the ! _ OPEN EXCHANGE KO0M3, Kotvithstanding that a certain individual lias made ast-ertionfl to tlie contrary. ?' Business \vill he conducted by ]» T, COX (luring Mr ltobinsovi's illness. ELECTORAL DISTKICT Of CUM. DEULAND. -? V0TI2 l'Oll :i; J. M. H .1 S I B I T. VOTE FOE HASLKTT, ? Tlie Liberal Candidate. t ? i VOTE FOE UASl.KTT, -:?.? STlie Working Man's Hopresentativi-. VOTE FOR HAS LETT, The Eight Hours Advocite. f| ? | VOTE FOE HASLE1T, ? A Besideot ol the Field. ; VOTE FOE HASLETT, I ^ And Local Sanitary iMor.ii, VOTE FOR HASLETT, - ? And introduce new Wood into Parliament. } J. M. Hsslett will shortly address til; Electors »f Cumberland in various parts of the 1 Electorate. r(UMBEEl4SD ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF ZEEHAN, DUJSD4S, and STKAHAN, ME. NICHOLAS J. BBOWH Will ADDltESS THE ELECTORS At Zeehan, Dandis, and Straiaan on early date;, due notice of which will be ...

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SHIPPING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). HOBART, May 6. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

SHIPPING. IBV BI;ECTHI0 TELEBBAFH.l (Fboji Our Oss CunnmiusiiMr). HoniBT, Mty 6. tiMizn. ?^ Devon b.s., Captain lleid, for Strnhin. Pas # eengers :_Mesdames Wx!sli, O'Brien, Wood ins; Misses Mclnt «li, Oor ; Dr. Msttei, ]!ev FnlherO'Callashan; Mes.rs. Borlej, lluslie, Mclntosh, Ball, Adanu. Grace, Kojes, Miller, Martin (a), Conlitfe, Deguire, ijutto:i, Moran, Gllhert.Woodhonse.rennicock.tJrant, Carroll, Harty,Keancy,UaU, Walsh, Mailer Kerrigan. May 7. Bellinger, b.b., Captain Brown, for Stratum. * Possengers— Mesdames Allan, Steward, and Lord; MiBsei 1/ord (5) ; Masters Lord (2)! Messrs Lord, Allan, Stewart, .Tnlmson, Nolle, Gemen, Hannialw, l'Mltou, Tillack, Tuto, ' DeEh'.e, Wells, Finchaai ; and 33 .-teemge.

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 6. MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] (froU OUB Off!! COBJKSTOSIKJI.) VICTORIA. Mei.uouiine, Hay (i. MEMSOUItNE SHAKE MARKET. The market in siUvr stocks is easier, Round Hills receded to L5 ids, Centrals , firm at IM Us fiJ, Hear Hills, buyers ^ at 1/2 lOs, holders asking hi 10s. AN EXPENSIVE JOKE. To-day, Mylasy v. Rowan, a peculiar share case wailcgallydecided. The action ?S was one claiming the difference between L8 offered for Tram sharei by defendant, and the amount at which they were sold. The defence set up was that the offer of purchase jiiado by defendant was a joke ; yordict pas given for plaintiff for ifiOQ'j ai4 oosU oF throe days' lioming. SOUTlTTuSTRA-LTA. Aueuidf, Maj 81b. THE SAME OLD QAME. The Board appointed ? to report into the lcalyUgiof mining information in tho telegraph offiee have finished iheir labors, and handed in their report. The ''Vf Government immediately dismissed four ol ths operators. It was shown by ihe report that one telegraph operator alon...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. London, May 5, BRITISH AND BORU. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

European Cables. fAY SUBMARINE OABLE.] (FROM o»S OWH CORRESPOUDENT.) London, May 6. BIUTI9H AND BOKtl. President Krngw of tlis 'JYansvani llcpubhp, |,as fnnvuidud a despatch to L'lrd Salisbury referring nt some con BiiUTablo Imglli 10 correspondence (hat had passed bjlnwn liimsclE mid the Iowil Uritish nulhuiitieg, oil receipt of information tli.it ,0,01)1) Uoa't w.'iv iu^h ing wi cross Uic Limnapn River tjy nrrangeinonts nitli the PorUiguew aulboiiticfl nt MosmiLi(|iio for (lie pur pose of f,m,,i,,R „ HennWic in Mnsh.na lanrl which liml been proclaimed within the sphere of liritisli influence. President Kriigfiriufnrincd Lord Salia ' bury that hu is powerless to provont tin.- nc , 1 tion „[ (he Bucr'e in Mnshoimlnnd «„ .,„,- » use of force by liis Government would ^ ineritablylendt,) a revolution. President Kriiger reiterates his professions of friendship lo tin; Briiijl, Government mid regrets his mobility to prerait the' present invapion --f Hriiis'.i territory On receipt or Pres...

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