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HOBART. HOBART, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

H0BA.RT. \BY ELECrmO TELEGftAPIM (Fbom oi'R ows CoitnE.srosniu.Tl. Hobabt:. May 11. N. J. Brown and J. M. Uaslett were noininnled for Cumberland. The following mtmbcrs wera returned unopposed : — Kichinonil, Liwis ; Sorell, rentlieretouo ; IVanklio, Hir.l ; OrttlanHs, Fillinger ; Crcssv, Siitton ; Longford, Dmnnrcsii; Finjral, Davies ; George Town, Conway. In all other electorates there will be a contest.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Court of Requests. SMALL DEBTS JURISDICTION. (Before Commissioner Fowell, and a Jury) [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Court of Bequests. ? SMALL DEBT3 JOBIBDIOHON. iBefonOomnUonw Fow»u,»nd » JurjT. The Jury eoniUttng of Han E. MeKta ttlo, P. Flnn,.ndE.O. JaniM. MAHQDBS8 & AXOTHKt T B. OJLKMON. Mr D. 0, Urnuhtrt appeared for the plain tiff., nn.l Meun W. A. Stturt *nd A. G.' Omant for the Joftmlimt la opening 1L0 ctw for the plMntlfTa Mr TJrquburt »kej to uuid the plaint which ' win mtde out before the plaintiffs came to htm, flo ai to feat], Invtend of for ooromii sion only to thnt of ' connnlMtou on tho . sate of allotment In the Mfin-ntrnt of Zse'.inn, nnd for work and labor done, and fur ?ervicM rendered in and nbout the finding of a purchaier for an allotment of land at the re quoit of the defendant.' No objection being raised this amendment «m allowed. Mr. Urqnbart commencing the cue, stated that defendant Uarfora give {attractions to plaintiff, nnd asked them to nnd a. -p nrchaier for au allotment ol land belonging to hie brother. A purchaser . named' Watt was found, and the property ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Correspondence. YE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Correspondence. From oar readers we Invite corrospondenM on matters of general interest which ws will, whenever nnctietble, iuwrt in this column. CorresponilenW an requested, to write on one ilde ot tb* p-pa only. With the iipuuona eiprnsed in till column trade not identify ourselvei. The niter's n»me in all instauoe* roast acconpftny oontrlbatiua t, not necessarily for publiofttioa. VB CHH0NICI.U3 OF ZBEHAX. And even as tlu Phariieu ot old turned from the way. of grtoe, to oven did those tint divelieth iu (he C.ty of Zneiun. Anil thay loved woman, wine, and song bitter than laboring in tlie iniaej. And there came fron afir ? itriDje m«n, clad even to the color of blool, and on hit gtnneutt wen woven the injatic ivinbal — S.A. And the |ie)ple jeered »ud tooffed, eallinj him ol I FireMTHT. - - And by the highway, erin dole uuto fie Palace of Kerry-Glita, did he uplift hl« nice, iu»llins than to J«k Sal VMion. but they turned their heaji, ud hardened tielr beurta, aud tuu^ht Touio and...

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Zeehan Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Zeehan Progress Com mittee. A meeting of the Progress Committee was held on Mbnday evening at fifuicany'e Jlptef. Mr W. S. Targett occupied the chair, and there were present Dr Kennedy, and Merars. J. F. Kimry, C. J. Harris, and K. Bignold (.Secretary), The chairman announced that it tlie last meeting Mr C. J. Harris had beon oluck-J a member in tbe room of Mr H. Browne, Hr Harris briefly returned thanks for the con. fidence reposed in him by his fellow members. A letter mi read from the J'remier con. gratnlMing the people nf Zeehan on the tlectioi) of the committee. The Poslal authori ties wrote, stating that in ttij opinion of the depurtmsnt the time had not arrivsd for the - oppiiintmerit of a letter carrier. Dr Kennedy moved, an) Air Harris seconded ami it tvas carried, ' th»t the department bo requested to re.conslder UieirdoJ.lon, and that we thank them for providing private letter lasei in the new building. Tlie colkctor wrote sayin; that the biikiness people -if Zeehan prefe...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Publications Received [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Publications Received Donaldson's ' Investor's Gnlde ' for May, is at usual replete with information that can not fail to bo of intereat to investors, no matter whether their trwsaotions tend towards silver, gold, bank, or debenture speculation. The 'Catholic Standard' of May 1st, it an exceedingly good nomber, containing amongst a mats of other intentttng reading matter a full description of the visit of Archbl.bop Murphy to Zeehan, and the laying of the foundation stone of St. Funaens Church ; also a graphic account of the life ot St. Fur. saeus, who lived in the 6th century and dwelt in tbe region now known at the barony of Duballow, Co. Cork, Ireland, in the pro vince of Munster. For yean after be labored spoatolictlb/ in l'rance, where be died. Taken all through, the preseut issue of the Oatholio Standard is a most readable number. It is procurable from the local agents. |L' ' Once a Week ' keeps up to Its excellent standard, and the reading matter Is of the usual varied and in...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

MEETING. On Thursday evening Mr J. M. Hulott, the local candidate for tbe electorate of Cumber* land, held a crowded and enthusiastic meeting at the Dundas Hotel, Dundas, Captain Fisher was voted to the chair, and in opening the meeting said that be was please! to preside at snch a meztine, ehoiv int', as it did, that the people of Dundna were beginning to awaken to a senee of their politicfil claims. He advocated union, and in introducing the candidate, Mr Haslett eftid he had known him favorably for Yean*, and felt Bntufied they could make no mistake in re turning him as tlieir representative, Mr Haalctt, in the course of a long and explicit adilreu, paid that in offering himself a caudidateforelcctionhewaaacUnginrenponBeto the will of the people of the cUver-fielde, as «xpre«Bed:it a pnblic meeting held at Zrehrin ; he stated that he conicientioiuly believed the present member for the district was not a representative man, having no interests iu common either with the mio?s or th...

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Zeehan to Wit. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Zeehan to Wit. ? ? ^ ? [Br Phcu] And it came to pas* that the elders who aat in the gats to advise the Governor were men with peculiar notions, of old time under the Pharorian ta-kiuaaters the children of Israel cried aloud at the hardships ol having1 to go stubble gathering in their time for rest and cooker}', bo as to get their taste ol dun dried bricks to atick together ; and through all ages since this, refusal to deal doles of straw to the brickmskers has been counted shame and reproach against Pharoah and bui servant* who were justly cut off by the meeting of the waters eatt of Pi-Alicroth aud Uaal-Zeephm. Uow then blin.ll we consider the conduct of the elder* Bitting in the fate to advise the Governor of Tasmania? For long be deputed by the said elder., even Uicbard D. Lord who has asked for a machine to crush atone, wherewith to make and keep the road that Jeadeth from Ltemine by the flea, to the mou&tain totru of Zeehan, otherwise known at tbe Sllverlud, and they, e...

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Letter of Condolence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Letter of Condolence. — ^ — The following is n copy or a letter for trnrde.l by tnn members o£ the Zeehan Progress Committta lo tlie widow of tlieir late coUcngue, Mr Tom Uouinson : — Zeehan Frowns* Committee, Zeehan, May 8, 1S91. The Chairman and Members of the above Committee hereby desire to expiejs to Mtj Tom RohinBon their earnest sympathy and sincere condolence in the great bereavement which hoi befallen her. In tendering this token of their profonnd regret they wish to place on record their thorough appreciaton of the sterling, manly worth of their late friend aud colleague, who, during his short period of office as a member of the Progress Committee, evinced a keen interest in the welfare of his fellow-townsmen, and labored unremittingly for their advance ment. Tlie Committee trust that the same Merciful Providence which ha« in its insemi nate wisdom seen fit to remove him from this troublous life, may assnage the widow's grief, nmi strengthen her in her hour of bitter sorro...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 11. A REPRIEVE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BIT SCJBJIA.1UNG CABLE.] ll'BR EBPTBR'S AGENCV]. VICTORIA. Memiouiink, May 11. ?Tonnson, who was sentenced to death for murdering bis wife nud four children, and who was to have been executed to-day, lias been respited. Two doctors visited him last uiglit iu tlie condemned cell, and unhesitatingly declared bill) insane. A telegram iras d^jntclied to His Excellency, Enrl Hopctoui), who immediately telegraphed bark staying the execution. [wiom our. bwn coaiiKsroNnENT.] VICTORIA. Mni.BOniiNE, May 9. IDENTIFIED. ! The man who confessed to having . murdered Mrs. Jubb, nt her house in : Parliament Place, nnd who gm'e liis name as Foley, has luen identified a; Armstrong, n cliamctcr well-known lo the police. «o.va The wreck of the ship Craig Duruie lins entirely disnpno.iivd, no other bxlies lia\'e been recovered. OVER Tn« FiLACE Flat . Pillery, Neil, and .Vrirntrong,cliargu'd j with conspiracy lo coinniit perjury, «vre nrruigued : and Ijylc, who prosecuted i on bsli...

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MINING. ZEEHAN. THE SILVESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

MZHJOiG. ?]3r Oai SrECiAt., Mb G. D. Gibsok.; ZEEHAN. THE SYLVESTEH. On viiiiling tliis mine I iuund tli.it to the cast o! I he main drive, on (he course of Ilia No. 1 luilr, a spacious opening liat] hrcn made |irepniatory to sinking a winze. Tlie underlie at Ik lade is to tlie enst, and the opening in in (hut direction about 35ft. north uf the m;iin adit. Xhe crosscut Iibe been carricil in for Soft, and is 8 ft wide in the clear, giving plenty ol room for the circulation of nir. The trace of the winz.o will be higher tlniu tlie level of tlie drive, so that the material can be at once tipped from the buckets into the tracks without the necessity of shoveling. In cutting tin; pla1, Borac very nice ore wnn found un'lcr foot, composed of an interesting fliimlgnm ation ol carbonates, phosphates nnd sul phides. The inflow o£ water has con siderably diiuiaislicd, and I do not think there will be any difficulty lo inakinr, 30 or 40 feet. As to tlie results I am most de cidedly hopeful. DUN...

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European Gables. LONDON, May 8. CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

European Gables. fBy SUBMARINE CABLE] (pnoM onn own oorrespondest.) TiONnoK, May 8. O.'YIl WAR. A roroliitiun Ins broken out nt Costa Hic«, in Contra! America. Preparation* have ui'en in progress far this rising for some muntlis ra'L There is nUu Another revolution in the Republic of Sun Salvador. Pr.'siiitMit Ralmacedn rejects the terms suhrnUtcil by the insurgents, tlmt ho. shall re.'ign the Pivsideui'V and ilisbanil llio army nnd navy n* a pre liminary stop to n«|rolintiitn9 for cessa tion of tlio |uv.ic»t ci ril wjr. TflE WORLD'S FAin, Owing to tlio continually increasing discussion nmongjt the malingers nf the proposed World's: Fnir, (it -''liitsig-», tlte 1 roject is likely to bs abandoned. ATTRMPTKD ASSAS3INATION. A determined nlleiniit wns made to assassinate inenib?r.- of President Bni raacedn's Cabinet, nt Sun Salvador. During a inMin? of the Calmicl, it sm pectal emissary of the liisurgcntB en tcrr/d tlie eli.imlra- nml throw a bomb underneath the table .it which the Cabi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Business Notices- ? _ ? — pTITTbTrv, IMPOBTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE LISTS POmVAEDED~UPON APPLICATION. Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any house in the colony. ? . ? . ''FERGUSON & CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND W MURRATSTHEETS, HOBABT. SOLE AGENTS FOB, Uslitr's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. Bovnl Blei?d Whisky, Case and Jeroboams Glen Dim (Own Special U)ond-, Case aud E & JU«urko'8 Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. do. Dublin Stout, McEmn's Edinuurpli Globe Ale, do Bass & Go's No. 4 Ale in Hlid«, i llhd«, Kilderkins, and Firkins. Aitkcn'E Folkirlt Life Belt Ale. Bisqnit Dubouchc & Ou's Brandy, Case end T-lo. Uoliin's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Offley Forresters Genuine Port Wine.. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Uart's W. Indian Rum. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Bom, etc Holbrook's Sauces Bnd Pickles. Watson & McGill's Tobacco...

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Stock & Share Market. HOBART, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Stock & Share JSIarl&et. Hobart, May 10. The following sales and quotations ware made on tbe Hobirt Stock Eichaige to day : — Adelaide (contributing), b Cs lOd s 7s 3d, sales, 7a Anderson (contributing), b is Sd s 2s lOd, sa'es, 2s OJd Central Balstrup, b Is lOd - 3s Central Dnndna (contrbuting), b Hi 3d ? 9s U, tales, 9s 3d Central, b 2« s 2» Oil Blnncrcrosi, b 2s 6d s 2s Ui, sales, 2s Td Comet, b 13s 7»d o 14s Doric, b la a is'Sd Pandas Extended (contributing), b it s 4s ii EmboliU, b2»ld«2e8d Rkuntleroy, b 3s 4d a 3s !-d Grubb (oontribuBing), b 7s « 7s Cd Godkln, b 19s 9d a 20s, sales, 20s Godkin (contributing), b 18s s 19s 9d, sales, lUs«d Hassett, b ltijd s 13d Hobart, b £13 10a 6 £17 - King Dundu (paid up), b 2s Od s 5s «d King Dundas (contributing), b Is Od a 2s Melbourne Proprietary (paid up), b 0s Od s Ss9d „ Melbourne Proprietary (contributing), b S 8da5a0d, sales, fis9d Zeehsn (paid up), ti 7s 3(1 s 9t Zeeb.n (British), b 5a Hid a 0s Kewstsad, b Is 2d Oona...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Postal Information. ? w ? Mails oloie at Zaehsn for Hobart »nd Laun outon awj Monday, Wednesday, and Satur. day, at 1 p.m. Mails olose at Zeekan for Dundu every Tuesday and Friday at 11 a.m. Malls close At Dtindu for Zeehan every Wednesday and Saturday at 12 noon. Mails arrive at Zeehan from llobart, L»un craton, and other places every Sunday, Tun day, and Friday at 10 «,m. Mails for places beyond Tasmania ere made up and despatched by the fint mail leaving for Hobart or Ijaunceston, Then is b delivery at the Zeehan Post Office every Sunday f -otn 12 noon to 1 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Conveyances ? LYNGU'S COACH TO AND FROM DUNDAS. I/nvoa His Livery ni.il Btiit Slnlilcp, Silver Queen, Unit}-, calling at Holds cu route. TIME TAULG. Lcnvos every Monday inoriiingntR.30n.iii. Upturns, n.30 a.m. Lcovop, 10.:)0 a.m. j Hcturns, 12 noon. Leaves, 3.')0 p.m. ; lleturns, 5.30 p.m. T0K80AV, Ik) ivcf, S.ttO n.m ; Returns, 10 a.m. Leaves. 3.30 |-.m. ; lictnnif , 6 p.m. Wcduoadav, do., do. Thursday, do., do ' l'ridny, do , do. MTDBO1V. Leaves, 8.30 n.m ; Kctutnr, 10 a.m. Lcnvcg, 3 p.m. ; ltcturne, 4 p.m. Lcnv.cs, 5 p.m. ; Returns, G p.m. FARBS-THREB SHILLINGS. B. LYNCH. Proprietor. T\AILYCOACri BETWEEN REMISE U AND ZGEHAN. Conch Leaves Kcniioo every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY, At 10 o'clock. Leaves Zlemax every Monday, wednesday, AND FIUDAY, At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AND FAULKINER, Proprietors. A NDEEW BROS. & KERB. ZEEHAfl AKD DUNDAS LINK OF COACHES. Vixn Zeehan at— 8-30 ft.ni. 2 p.m. Leave Dumias at— 10 a.m. 3.30 p.m. ZEEHAN LIVERY STABLES. p KENNEDY Begs to notify t...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1891. KEEPING FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

$«(#-n§ fluids !jt«alil ?for ibe eanH Uuit lucks uiKHtna For the wroug lb»t Dee.1* resistance Par tlie tutan 1b the dUtanot A ild the good Uiat »? eu do.' * WEDNESDAY, UAVT 13, 1601. KEEPING FAITH. We have commented somewhat often on the position of Zeehan as regards proposed railway communication, but the matter is one of such vital im portance to our everyday life that we again revert to it. From the columns of the papers of the day, both metropolitan and local, from railway experts down to the most casual observer but one opinion is expressed as regards the impossi bility of the Strahau-Zeehan Railway being completed and in working order by June, this is recoguieed by all who are in a position to form an accurate opinion, the only exception being tlie contractors, and a half hearted support extended to their opinion by the Government of the day. When early in tlie present year we repeatedly protested against the slow progress made with the construction of this railway, apparently...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

Special Advertisements ELKCTO11AI. DISTlilCT OF CUM BERLAND. VOTE FOK J. M. HASLET T. VOTE FOE HASLKTT, The Liberal Candidate. VOTE FOK HASI.ETT, The Working Man'a representative. VOTE FOR HASLE1T, The Eight Hours Advocate. VOTE FOR HASLETT, A Hesident of the Field. VOTE FOK HASLETT, And Local Sanitary ReforJi. VOTE FOR HASLETT, And introduce new blood into Parliament, J. II. Hulett will shortly address th, Electors ?! Cumberland in various parts of the Electorate. XjiLECXOBS OF CUMBEULAND. THE HON. K. J. BROWN Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS 0£ CUMBEItLAND |As follow: STKAHAN— FRIDAY, MAY, 15, 8 run. ZEEHAN— SATURDAY; MAY 10, 8 p.in , At MULCAHY'S ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL. DUNDAS— MONDAY, MAY 18, 8 p.m., At JOHNSTONE'S MOUNT DUNDAS HOTEL. REMINE— WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 8 p.m., At ? WEBSTER'S HOTEL. rpHE COMMERCIAL BANK OF TASMANIA. (Limited). A BRANCH Of this Bank is NOW OPEN AT ZEEHAN, Adjoining Anderson's Commercial HoteL G. F. HENRY, Manager, Zeehan Branch. JTATIONAL BANK OF JTASMANIA (Limite...

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The Children of John Swain. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 May 1891

The Children of John Swain. From the past interest taken in the children of the late John Swain, our readers will be pleased to hear that we have almost closed negotiations for the transferring of the fund, gathered in   Zeehan for their assistance, to St. Helens, and it is probable that the writer of the accompanying letter will act in conjunction with the Rev Father M. Mary as trustee. Two well-known and highly respected residents of our town have kindly offered to each adopt one of the orphaned children, and negotiations are now pending to this effect. We hope in a very short time to close our stewardship in this matter, and place our final statement before those kind friends who so generously assisted these unfortunate children. ' Dear Sir,— I have been shown a letter from you to the postmistress here giving details of the sad death of James Swain. It is very gratifying to hear that there are so many good Samaritans on the West Coast, and speaks volumes for the open...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891

** ?? jk Business Notices ; P. 0, 'I E^RV7 , * i; IMPOETER OF MERCHANDISE, MININO EXPLOSIVES * 9 AND MINING REQUISITES OP EVEEY DESCRIPTION ?.. The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. ;*- PRICE LISTS FOR WARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any house ? in the colony. ? FERGUSON & CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLIXS, AND 10 HURRAY STREETS, HOBABT. ! SOLE AGENTS FOE, - UsherV Special Befervo, and 0. V. G. I s i Whisky ( Royn! Blc-ii'd Whisky, Cnso and Jercboams. i Glett Dim (On-n Special Weii&\ Case and I ?. Bulk. ; ' i E. & J. Boikc's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. ! do. Dublin Stout, MeEwan/s Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. - Bass 4- Co's No. 4 Ale iu Uhds, J Hlide, , Kilderkins, nod Firkin6, Aitkcn's Falkiilt Life Belt Ale. Uiaqnit Dubouche &t!o's Brand v, Case and linlk. Jules iiobin'a Brandy, Case and Bulk. OfBey Forresters Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Hart's W. Indian Ram. Board's Old Tom Jam...

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Court of Requests. SMALL DEBTS JURISDICTION. [Before Commissioner Fowell, S.M., and a Jury]. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. MULRANNAN v. RILL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891

Court of RequestSi SMALL DEBTS JITBISDICTION, I Before Commissioner Fowell, 8.M., and a Jnry]. WE11NESD4T, MAT 13, UUI.HAKKAV V. HILL. Jury— Mmst. T. Wliliaaaa, X. KoUrts,an«l U. Gilnam. , The nlaintifi tued- tbe defendant for the v sum at £30 for iojotiss ?nstaioed by plaintiff's son, who bad been Uttan by defendant's dog, I and for medfoal aipaaas tnenrrad, ' ... ?' ? Mr A. G. Omant appeare-\ for the plaintiff ? and Mr D. C. (Trquhart for ths-tVanitatrl. ? ? )ib Om-nt aikeaihat the TjUiut be altersd ? to that 61 plaintifTs son against the defendant. ? Mr Orquhart objested, . and tbt. Bench np- ? holding it, ths plslnliffs BoUdtor wltbdrsw ? tbe case. ' ? ((Won ComnJuiantr Powell, aji.) - K J. C. ll'KENDBICK V. t II. BABIOITUl. I ?Plaintiff sB«od.f«Ddaot for *8 i»s SilJor ft breach of contract. Mr D. C. ITrquhart for plaintiff, and Mr A. G. Omant for th« defendant il r Omsnt wished the oass adjooracd as his ' client was away In Hobart, and bad giro, bim no details of the cate. Mr U...

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