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Waratah. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Waratah. fni- ut.nc.Rio tblsorapii.] I limit ODtl 01V.V COURKSro-VUKNT.] .May U. A valuable discover!' of siUor-lemi ore, u-liicli is causing a deal uf ntle ilion here, hu been acci'lently made abnut four miles from Waratab, on Ilw Uculuiroad road. Il is runi'irud thai tlio ruturns Iron Adelaide ef tho tiniikin ore have tiot quite reached exrieclatioue, Tlie a'siya me revolted us atviaging U.Soz of silver to llie Ion.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING. DUNDAS. MAESTRIE BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

MTtfpi'G. ?By Od» StKoWr 11b G. D, Gibson.; . . DUSL1AS. ui&snun bookik mil. There is a Bna show of ore in tlie north drive on thfi bottom lovol winch forms a conlinuationoflbencw adit put id from tl.o l«vel of tlio creDk. TJie ftdit broko through to tbe 'main crosscut in a dis tfttico of OOtt, andlim now bocu cjtl.'nd.jl ? other 30ft, Tlio carbonato ore n'Js first mot with in the bottom of tlio drive and gradually roso overlying tlio Hilpliide. Tho face is nnw in a Inrgo holy vt sul phide ore iulermixed with cnrbonitlcs an 1. osilo«. I'Vo-n tliis drive there hal hvn brnkouCi tM-.imif chau ivtlriia, now on fin ll-w, which iib-hvh from 42 to llDuz M).-.i|ior toil and 1)0 per c'Ut ltsa-1. Hcii.bM tlii«, ih-ru is n ciinu'li-ntb'c i| inn iiy «C '-vi !i-cil nnd ca-lnnnto ore I fro n iIimkw vorkinga. Tu tho m w.-nl | llio Ibir nl I'.in main cogent is bi'ng taken a.ivv-M IS indu-s, in nnlcr In link ? il cirr.spo'iil with the IjvW or the r!ii. ll'lr.'ii this h -lonellie -i:u i'l- up...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Presentation at Strahan. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Presentation at * Strahan. t 1 ? * ? On 1 irsdny evening last Miss Grioing, 11).: b t*joslini3lress nt Stvolittn, was pro 'K-nWii [y the residents \viili nn oildresj nndpufcofBovcivigns. 'l'I.K-'pro8eiitiil|pn took pi oirl'GalfnoyV H.ott|, )-\t. Com mUsio .fowell .presiding, alid ri riprc Suitail Hidu)' of Strahan residents was hrcscn Tlic chiiiriniui «5si|n-d (be lady 01 tu K009 -wwlios lor tin iiitorf wel fare, a iMstiljed'to. tier cou rfeous jnanbpf and 1I1 sc(il-jiojia(iaisi-layodjiiaisoliiirg- Grinii) in jroplrutbanijod those »l,0 Lad »0Rra fullyWcojjiiiMo lier offorts to do nil th 3«bo ajould So liereapeelty of 4 pulilic ervniil, -ip4 aauircd litr bearers that 0 task.Jiad been inado a light one ?owjn( lo Ihe Ttinnly naaooiotiont Monnfl het , :?'?-?..

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

i'.ock lib Share Market. ZEKIIAX STOCK KXCHANGE May 7. Tlie ScrreUry of the Zeehan Stjck lilt, change reports the following sales aud quota Horaing. Adelaide, I) Sa -W, s 7» Anderson, b Is .IJd, e Is Jjil, e.ilcs la 3U Central Ualstrup', b Is Kd, 8 'it 3d Central Daudss, li Gt 3d, e it 4d C.imtt, b Us lid, a l.is Comet Extended, b £3 11s, 8 £3 Us Sun las KUtmkJ, b 4s 5U, a 4 s 7d, sales 4s Od J)uiid»; Extended (pjid up), s &I 3d l'aunttcrny.b '2, tOJ, s 3i Lord IJundoj, b Gd, s 10.1 Melbourne Propriety, b 7«, B 7i »4 Katone, i S.'.a North Oundis, a 2i 7d O.mab, b 1b Id, a Is 3d Oceann, b 4s Cd, a 5a Gd Owc-n Meredith, b Ss 3d, e Ss 9d WesUrn, b 7» 'Jo, - 9s Zeelum-Uundas liailvay, b 10s 9J, a 12«3d Aftaraoon. - Melbourne 1'roprietlTy, b 7a lOd, . 8. Od Natone. b Ss, al/add Baunercrou, b -2s Ed, s 2s 9d, sales 2s 8d Occiiiia. b 48 Cd, ? it Cd Owen Meredith, b Ss Oil, s 5s lOd Great Western, 1) Its, « -lit Success, b 3s 3d, a 3s 7d Success Extonded, b Is 7id, 6 2s Sylvester Ip...

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Accident. RAILWAY COLLISION ON THE STRAHAN-ZEEHAN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Accident. lUti.WAY COLLISION ON THE b'rRAUA.N-ZffiBHAN LINE. An Occident whloh might have resulted In a vcr- sfrium luat of life occurred on Tuesday on the I'nrlly i.irnwd railway liuoltomStialian to Zceh.in. Jt i- cnstomilr,1 .'or tlie ooiitraclorj tu «arrv p mtioiigers from titrahan lo Ihs end of the formal I nc, n'liiiit 21 tni'ei from btralmn nud vice vcr.-a. Vur thin i.urpuse nroui'lily Beat^d van is allaclied to the londivl ballnit tra'D from SUn'ian t.- the end of tlm line .mil t ? tlie empty truelis on the ran n trip. One of the latlcr left th ; end of fno line on the day man tlie t™ mile peg whero it left Iho line and uont on to a Mmy. h, i.lliw nlov'ed issllMt Iran t-- to lij', and wiildi n' M|«cled to pnuiit tlio time. After w..itingfi-rFOmetii;e and tlielnndud train m,t n^pcariiig, the ^igiue-ctrirer of (li-i 2 11.111. train d cide.l to cuntinao his journey to titr.ilian, tliinkins the oilier train Wai probn'ily niiMiliu- hi, arrival lliera. He h.id goae as far n* tin si...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

lurjuctit. An iniiiu-ft iins heM on TnoEilav at l!.c S;iv.-r KinS lli,l,-l, Triul Unrlior, l-otir i Mr C. S Gibbons, M.I)., coroner, ami a jury, cinisi.-lins --f Mrerrr W. )!i^':s (ronwiii), (1. Wol»tpr, J. llnnttr, R. Touii's, .1. UobnUin, T. Mulrainn. nnd T. (7ii:'rin, mi the bodv of Wil inm Kvaas, oil - of lh-: men droHi'ic.l in tlie harbor on Silanlny lust. A'fml Howlnnd', sworn, ilcpowd : I Willinin Kvniis. I lust mw Turn olive on I'liJny. May 1; \k «a* Ilicn quite well; nbinil' 7 n-iii. mi S ?ill.i.iy iil..rning 1 was searching lor Uie dic.'ns1. il, »» 1 f uuml him lying o-.t tho rarrf at l.ifili-inilcr mark ; 1 r'.-c-«ni.irl him by IrxcloihcK; I afi-isteil (o cirry him lo tlie Silver King Hotel. nn-i then rv)- -Hcl tlw inuticr to (Uu pulieu. CliarK'S .lohn Ailann. sivorn, state J : I am agent m Hie Ouiii'il S S. O.i. ; I knew doccasnl. i-nl last saw liim ft'.ivo on May 2 a\iout IM to 8 a.m. ; lie was in one of my cimpany's imitK aoiiiir out lo moor the Konnyn'; llio Ktinnju c...

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Police Court. THURSDAY, MAY 7. (Before Messrs A. W. Brewer and R, Hogarth, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Police Court. TjnnsliAv, Mat 7. (Before Messrs A. W. Brewer and l{, Hogatth, Js.P.) Frederick Smitli, ou remind, was brought before the toaah ou a charge of larceny of a lilvur watch from the person of Henry Guodver oi the night of the 30th April. Qenry Goodyer, miner, res'ding ot IJundas, deposed to making the acquaintance of accused 8t Anderson's Hold on the 30tb April Ift'.t. They had oae or two drinbs together, when witness was buxioub to start ou his journey homewards, ai be had a walk of sis or Mreu miles, but the prisoner prevailed upon him to etav the niaht in town at a teut situated at the back of the Misers' lleat Restaurant. Witness awoke abont 4 a.rn. and found his watch gone, tho chaio havlog been broken at ths twivel. The Jirisoner assilted him in searching the tent for the watch which was not forthcoming. The following dBJ he re ported the matter to the police, giving descrip tion of thetvatch.which he valued at £7. Arthur JMward Singleton, watohmaker, stated that the...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

Obituary. ''Pcath luyshlsimi'ious touch on all thincsruro : HisEUii'lowy hands no tiacreil oiiice 8;iaro.' Tn-ilny it hoconws uiir painful duly In rvsiirct-A and pro nisiiiR towusmcu, Mr 'l\,in R'lhiusun, who euccuiiiliL- 1 nn last Wiulncmliiy cvviiing lo lint ilr.nd gcourgr, ly,.bui-l fever, despite all tint iiieii.5.il nn.-licL'. ttiilvvl hy skillul «ud loving nursing cnihl iln. ?J'herc wish ili.-ttt-rlEii'iM-n nr more highly iv.=peclel re.i.K-ii!. on tlio West l«rist of ?IViuriia thin .Mr R.ihin?ii-i, who bv UU ironerOK, e.inrlonii--, mid Icnval.lc di-p'- siliuli, .von the friuiiilshi;i of all with vvlmai d^V™iShnScisVlorj.|Sl^,Ll,i''6lr'igb'il. forwarl I'lisiuess capicity, mil iiiiiiyn:i broth -t iiiiiu ii.listivss, poiaio.l hi'ii oul as oue who wore the while- llo.vciof a blanie le'slilV. MvU'biuson,wInwaso:ilylalelyina ri d, Joiivs a young iviJo.i1 to inoiiin his ..'calji. II, r «irr-»v is slimed b; all who kniw licr liiisband, niiJ mnsl hv Hiosl' wlm knew Mm intiiniti-ly. Ifb...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1891. LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 May 1891

FJIIIUY. MAY S. Irjui. LAW. As a rule we are not partial to law as cxi'iDnlilicd in litigation, but the exigencies of civilised Hiu demand that there shall he a snjierior aiitharitj' tlian tlint of might ; re cngiiising this, the residents of Xecliaii, in cuuimon with the rest of the iiilnibiiaiits of Tusmaniii, look up to tlit1 J.nvas illustrated in the courts for protection. How this protec tion is extended to Kcuhau is worth while cousiiicritip,. Situated as we are, in tlie centre of a new district, whose mineral wealth is represented by enormous sums, litigation regarding Mineral Lease titles and HesiJeuce Area possession must he of frequent occurrence, and of a very complicated ami technical legal character. This is apnarcut to tlie mind uf the most ordinary lay man, yet to the Government mind, the nirmtlily visits of Mr Commis sioner Foirell to our toira for a fen* days is sufficient to decide eases that would require the most com petent judicial talent that Tasmania possesses...

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

? Conveyances JjYNOU'S COACH TcTaND PBOM Irfavcg Hie Livery mid Snit Slnl'lWi Silver Qiteon, Daily, tailing at Holds en toulc. T TI1IK TABLK. Leaves every tlmivy miHiiing «l 8-30 a.m. Ret«rnB,'l).3O n.m. Irfnvop, 10.30 a.m.; HolurnP, 13 noon. leaves, 3.30 jiin. ; Returns, 8.30 p.m. Lenvcf, 8.30 am.; Returns, 10 a.m. 1 „,*? * vc'- 3ot P-n-- i KctnniF, 6 P-m. ? Wednesday, do., do. Tliureday. do., do fjT Fritoy, tlo., do. ™ , UTUIIDtY. LcnvOT, 8.30 a.m ; Ilclurns, 10 a.m. Leaves, 3 p.m. : lleturns, 4 p.m. Leaves, 5 p.m. ; Heturns, n p.m. t FARES-THREE SHILLINGS. E. LYNCH. Proprietor. rvAILY COACH BETWEEN KKMINE ?^ AND ZEEHAN. Condi Leaves Itcminc every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AS I) \- SATU11DAY, Al 10 o'clock. Leaves Zeeiian tvr.nv MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY, At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AND FATJLKINER, Proprietors. ZEEHAN LIVERY STABLES. p KENNEDY Begs to notify to the Public that he lias opened a Livery and Bait Stables and hopes liy strict attention ^ to business to merita fair abate of pntr...

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

Death. ROBINSON. — On May the 6th, at his late residence, Zeehan, West Coast, Tasmania, Mr. Tom Robinson, in the 26th year of his age. The funeral will move from his late resi- dence at 3.30 p.m. TO-DAY, when friends are invited to attend. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE FUNERAL of the late THOMAS ROBINSON will leave his late residence,   Little Henty Bridge, THIS DAY, May 8, at 3.30 o'clock sharp. VIAL & HENLY, Undertakers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

== I Business ? O7T1TRV, JMPOBTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES 01? EVEllY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any housr in the colony. ? 'TERGLISOisr& CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND 10 JIUBRAY STREETS, HOBABT. SOLE AGENTS FOE, Uslicr's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. ? Whisliy Dojnl 131ml Wliidiy, Cnseimd Jeroboams. , Glen Dim (Own Special Blcndi, Case ouJ Bull;. E.& J.liurkc's Irifli Whisky, Case & Bulk. do. Dublin Stout, McEwan's Edinlmrfili Globe Ale, do. Cubs & Co's No. i Ale in Hlirfs, i HMc, ? Kilderkins, and Firkins. [ Ailkeu's Fnlkirk Life Deli Ale. I liis.iuit Dnboiichc & Co's lirnody, Case and Bulk. Jjles liobin's Brandy, Case nnd Hulk. Onhy Forrestci's Uennino Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Ilart's \V. Indian Rum. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Rum, etc, Ho'.brook's Sauces rnd Pickles. Wats...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Ye Chronicles of Zeehan. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

Ye Chronicles of Zeehan. Now it came to pass that in those days the people gathered themselves together, and said, Let us send down one of ounelvos to the Sanhedrim, nhloh in the vnlgate is Parlia ment, that he may get us good roads, and lift up his voice so that we may ride in a rail road car ere we die. And Turgettue, a son of Anak, arose and aaid, I*trae even bo. and I will denonnee the pirates who are robbing the residents of Zeeban, and I will smite Brownum hip and thigh, inasmuch as liis thoughts are with shesp aud bullocks, and not with the workers But they harkened not to his voice, and he was angered. Then arose Porkeriu', and eald, we have 'dormant talent,' let us put him in. This was a dnrk saying, but the people jeered, and said, He mesneth himself, and there is too much ' dormant talent ' already in the Council of tnlker.-. And Arthur, surnarned BabbioRtonins, who was smooth of face, and youthful withal, but of mighty girth, arose aud said, Let none speak but Tassies, f...

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THE SILVER BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

THE SILVER. BELL. TO THE EDIIOB, Sin,— In yonr issue of the 22nd nit, I notice an article ,by yonr special, Mr G. -D. Gibson, crit'eising the action of tho 'directors of the above claim re sending awaj. ore. There are several mistatemenU therein to which 1 would like to .draw yonr attention, and knowing Mr Gibson's genial disposition, I feel sure lie will not take offenoc at my The ore tint is being sent away (is being done merely to test the value of the bulk for future guidance and not, as he seems to tliink, to be continued indefinitely. The contract for carting the ore is let at 45s per ton from tlie mine to Trial, so that lit is a matter of small moment to the directors bow many horses it takes to drag a siogle ton from the cine to the main road. With reference to his expression of opinion as to what tbe shareholders nre losing per ton on ore sent -from the mine at the present time, I scarcely think it comes within the province of spccinl raining reporter to become « financial ...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, MAY 11, 1891. MINING v. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

?Tin lix OMin ttu l«t. auuwnoe For the wrnng tlut necil K*Ut»D0* For tlrt futan: In tli« dUtaiMM ajiil Hm good that «»B do.' MONDAY. HAY 11, 1891. MIKING v. AGRICULTURE. ?\Vrru this issue we publish a list compiled from the lilcctoral Roll for Cumberland, and it represents, as correctly as is possible under the circumstances, the names of all voters who were, or arc, in the diislriet, in clusive of Zeehiii), llcruine, Comstoek, and Dundas. The total list of voters for Cumber land number 1GC0. Out of this, locally we have 710, Strali&u SO, and the balance, 80!. is represented br persons located in various parts of the district outside of those mentioned above. The llining interest, as identified with those that are resident outside i of agricultural areas, represents, if I fully analysed, quite one-half of the , total number of voters on the roll ; yet, in the matter of poUiiy-j)Iac»s, the comparison is but as one to five, the agricultural area having Hamil ton, Ouse. Both we...

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N. J. BROWN, E[?]. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

N. 0. BROWX. Uso. [?] Sin, — I notice in tlio metropolitan papem an account of a meeting held by Mr N. J. Brown at Bothwell on May 3, and I note that, a- would be naturally expected, he received a tural friends. In this they were acting quite in accord with tlie axiom, 'Number One is aeu, ana in promising to enaeavor to secure the return of Mr N. J. Brown, the; wire certainly keeping No. 1, the aericultural interest, well to tbs front, for Mr'Brown is nothing it not an agriculturist, and it is a gross misnomer to call him the representative of tills minion district Electors of Cumberland, who are interested in tbe mining industry, read what Mr. Nicholas Brown said in the House of Assembly on 18th September, 1885, upon the subject of represeotatiou of the miniog in. dustry :— ' It tnut be remembered,' said Mr. N. J. Brown, ' that many of the mining population irere mere birds of passage, who came here in summer to find a little gold or silver, returning again to Victoria, aud conse q...

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Our Sanitary System. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

Our Sanitary System. Owing to the rapid p^owth of the population of Zeelisn and the l«.rgs number of persons constantly arriving from the siBler colonies, we think it will not be out o( place to give our readme some alight [ idea of the sanitary works that are now in I progress. Although Mr Mnult, the I Engineering Inspector, visited Zecbnn in February of Jaat-year, atid ItirniRtied a report upon tlie necessary drainage of lbe township, the Government took no action upon it, and the Inspector sgnm visited Zeehan in February of this year, and furnished a report, from wliicli we glean tbe following information. The intended base of operations con sists of tbat part of the present township starting at tlie entrance near the Queen' property, and finishing at tbe maiD creek, near Uie present BlaugUevhouee. For the purpose of draining this area Gin and flin wrought itoo Jiipos, coated with pitch ore to be used, runuing nearl.v the whole distance »t tbe rear of the liouscs on cither side o...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

Correspondence. From our readers we invite correspondence on matters of general interest which we will, whenever practicable, inrert in this column. Correspondents nre requested to write on one side of the pap?r only. With the opinions exBreiued'in this column we do not identify ourselves. The writer's name in nil inntances innat accompany contributions, not necessarily for publication.

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Funeral of Mr. T. A. Robinson. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

Funeral of Mr. T.A. Robinson. On Friday afteraooo tlie town of Zeehan wore a general air of depression, storeB and stoc-k exchanges 'being closed and deserted, and the general hum of erery-day buaineM life (tilled, while in lbe air flogs at half-mast -As the time approached for the funeral obsequies a continuous string of residents could be seen wending thtir way eastward along Main-Direct, knee deep in Inud, side by side, or in single file, banker* and miner*, elergymen and tradesmen, the literary man and artisan, all intent on paying their last tributes of respect to our deceased townsman, Mr Tom IWuiBoD. Tbe M.U., I.O.O.F, of which body deceased m - member, with regalia in mourning, formed in a rank outiiJe of the late residence of their deceased brother, and eight of their number acted as bearers. When the coffin was brought lorwsid amidst a breathless silence, many a manly eye gliatened with tears for the memory of iti occupant On the pall, which covered tlie coffin, was placed...

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Zeehan-Dundas Road Public Words Office, Hobart, April 20th. 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 May 1891

Zeehuii-Dilmlas Road l'ul.lio Works Office, Hobart. ADriltOth.lBDl. Sin,— I have tlie lionnr to acknowledge receipt of your favor of 15th inet, nocolnpiuy ing fetilion from residents of Keelun and Dandaitliatthe Zeelmn «nd Bandu Main-road may bo eiteiidcd to the vicinilj of tlie Comet and Maeitrie silver Mines, and in reply, beg to inform you tint tlie District Inspector has been instructed to take particulars for this most necuaary work, and as soon a^ received, local hinders will lie invited for the carrying out operation'! with all despatch. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, ALFRED PILLINGER, Minister of Lands and Works, Hon N. J. Brown, SIMLA., 170 Macqunrie-itreet, Hobart. Holiart, April 2Stli,IS91. N. STAn^ioN, Esq.. Maeitrie Broken Hill, Dandas. Sin,— I dul.v received your letter of the 9th inst., with petition enclosed. 1 immediately presented petition to Minister of l.indt, and a few dayti ago liiii rep'y which I noiv enclose camn to hand. Absence fr im .H...

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