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VE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
VE OHRoSflOf-BS OF ZEBHAN. Ti And thedslvers of the tribe Karri, from oK theroataoalledtflralian came onto the wills of Zeehnn, and valnled that city red, oonsnln ing inucli malt llquow, and In their blindness they reviled all, until 'oM called Famllni a oWrfUlm-tth« Bob VHiia Ills ane«r nrapgsd them one by one tbrangh ths toutl and osst than into a ptia Imllt *UMn the «it,v for knob (tw - . Anil tliere tame (Mm the otty by Um I ar-a onto Zeehsn a -W-« man nam*i fosV j Welles mmintea even ip a gr«j HtxA, ? and behold tliere rode by ills side oob Mlooolos, i stera of visage and broanot shtMtldsc ??.,.. J~ And thenub'.!«ni.and«innenitrembM,for / Uicoalns held cuUla Uu Vspyn tn bis bull . with wliich he goaderl on liisatnd with blows, S'ldthevfellaslieivily as the tread bl Do Cbsuville the cl»nt that cans from'SU Nl bsariog with bim wondrous mm- and iastru ments. '? , , , And In the city ot Zeenan then was built a temple onto a goddess called Justice, and the (iroiihets liad tanglit th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Auction Sales MESSUS. W. 1. LINTON & CO. auctioneers. house, Cattle, and genebalsalesmbh shaiuj and commission bbokebe. PilOMPr CASH BBTILEMENT8 AUCTION SALE. THIS DAY, 2 P.M., AT MOLCAHY'S HOTEL. W. T. L I N T O N. WILL SbII by Public Auction, 12 HEAD OF HORSES, on ac count Mr Armstrong— 1 Dark Grey Gelding, 1«S hands high, o year old. Good In saddle and harness. 1 Bay Cob, saddle and harness, rising 8 yean. 1 Bay Mare, used to harness, ris'ng t yean. 1 Brown Mare, harness, rising 5 years, off. 1 Bay Gelding, harness, rising « yean, off. 1 Bay Gelding, harness, rising 5 yean, off. 1 Brown Mare, harness1, I yean, off. 1 Day Mare, harness, S years, off. Two Good Pack Hones, 4 Pack Saddles. The Auctioneers oall special attention to the above lot of hone, being all good, youni. aound and stanncb, and in splendid fettle, and muitbe sold to the bignest bidder. W.T. I.INT0S& CO., Auctioneers. : ? : Lost and Found- / LOST.— VOX TEBBIEE DOG, black and tan. Answers to the nam...
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. (Before Messrs E. T. Fowell, S.M., and A. W. Brewer, J.P.) GE[?] Me[?] v. THE SILVER QUEEN S.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Police Coti'it. C- r WIBSESD1.T, Mat IS. v (Before Mesm X. T. Fowell, BM., and A, W. i Brewer, J.P.) A o«o»oi licocresBis *. mt sih-e« queDf f s.H. oo. , . : ? The pWntt«cWmed £6 8sfor wagM. Ifr 5 W. A. Stuart for plaintiff ; Mr D. C. Urqt». \ bart for defendants,' \ Mr Urgubart miied the preliminary objec- \ Uon tbat the -plaint wai' bad inasmooh as th. lsgal,and not the mining manager, should L havebo»nsqed. , ,?_ K The Bench being of tho asmsoplnlon, juojsk ? mentwai glvan lor datentlkfatv vi Bi JOKH BS.VVTHOBK V. WlbUiM H4WK1NB, M U ^^i^iT^Omant^oappeandfor I I defmdant asked for an adjoorninent. Tile « ? plaintlaagcpid.tH) tills, and tbo case was post- - I p^K^XfHtnon3i'salttin-s. I ' ?: 1 jpSPWOI*. JAH*» wmk, I *- MrTH.'Coillah, Aotlng-8nperint«ndent of I Police suted that too-lnforniallonwaj for not ],sv1pB*ilgnt«n-rontofhlslloens«d bouse on i^fjlihtoiarir'112. - Vhi Tdsfsndsnt pleaded gnilty, and said that *i*ri»-n tin -the nigbt ftt tjnestinn, and bh servant -had forgotten ...
THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1891. ZEEHAN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
TH 13 ? Por the enow tint iistf usl£t*iu» For tin wrong th«t nioli ralaUaM For the futon Id the dlltaao* asd U» s«-t UiM »- u do.' KKIDAY. UAV 15, 181)1. ZEKHAN HOSPITAL. For sonic months past the question of hospital Accommodation at Zeehan has exercised the minds of all whose calling in lifv necessitated their residence on our silver fields ; and the question being one based on the brond grounds of common humanity, has mst with the approval of all creed* With some degree of persistency ils matter has been wvgi'd before the Government of the day, who, how ever, appeared to be seized with the idea that Strahan wai the most desirable site for the erection and maintenance of such an institution. On February the 3ril of the present year the Honnrulile the Minister of Lands and Works, in answer to a comiminicntion from Mr. R. S. Evans, hon. secretary to the 7.eelian Hospital Committee, wrote as follows : — Public Works Office, Holrarr, February ;), 1*01. Sir,— I bee to call your attenti...
EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, May 1. A BIG BLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
EUBOPEAN OaBX-BS. THY SUBSliftlNB UABLB.3 ' -Vno» OOB ?OWH CORRESPOilDBliT.) ? ? ? . ^ ^-v s.' I ' IjoNDnit, May 11,' . A BIO rtLaZK. - DcnMtflting forest Jfires *ri) ntging-in Contnil Michigan, -rver 180 milf-'s «f country Is ou fire, soTiinty miles ot tbe Chic.igo Nnnli Western Railmty line complMolj destroyed. TUB EPIDEMIC. Tho Hon. W. E. GlmlsUiiw is suBer liig Irotn inflnanM. The fiiic wentlmr is cliocking tlir/ -?'(irpailing o! f hu epidemic, ciniiiiii! is pn-aerilMil Iwico dally f.ir the liiiiilim pntice. Henniker Hontoii nlio 1ms boon sulTiTiiig from Influi'iizs i» recovering. BXPEILKD PUOM FBAN0E. Cuniiiug\iniii nnd Groumn, tho l«,Uor dotogttU-p, Imvc been expelled from France for unking inflnminatory RAILWHY ? WEB0KBP. A railwnj train carrying n ri-liof pnrtj iir n hnniired me' «w «9»W '» exti'igH'sb ing the fuivst fires in MivliiRan, hft« b;cii vfrockinl aud bumed ; eight men 4,-ing killed. THE FISBEaiKJ QDBSTION. Tlie NcB-fiinuillanil Fislirno's Ml has bwn rcnvl tlie thi...
Hospital Site. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Hospital Site. Mr Uault received a telegram from tha Premier, wking him. to call a meeting of the renidentu of Zeeban to ascertain their opinion as to the lonle of the hospital on the field, whether Zeefaan or Strahan. The Government, owing to the contiftiitv are anxious to sava theejr-pen'e of the two bnild ines. and to maVe the one institution, do for both places. Acwrdinelv, a number of Zeehan residents, at the invitation ot Mr M«ult, met at Mulcahy's Hotel on Wednesday evening to consider the matter, Between 20 and 30 persons were present, and on the notion of Mr 1). C. Urqnhmt, i8conded by Mr C. A. IJttler.the Kev Fatlser O'Call»shnn w«» voted to the chair. The Kev Chairman naked Mr Mault, u the conreoer, tn eipl.io the- .raawna for calling the meeting, and that gentleman read tbe telegram from the Government. Mt Q. P. Sinclair proposed, tlr J. P. Kiniry seconded, and it was carried—' That a petifvm lie prepared and forwarded to the Government pointlog out that Zeehsn was tbe m...
HOBART. HOBART, May 14. WEST COAST MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
HOBART. [BY KLSCTRIC TELEGEAP&1 (Faou ov* own OoussposinxK.) Hc.BA'.T. Maj 14. WEST COAST MAtlS. Aocording to information received from the Post-muster Bt Zaehnn, (!ie mails an being delivered there from Itemine re gularly nnd in duo time. Mr Magrntb states tlinttho limo-lublo lias lieon framed lo euit the West Coast steamera, and. any deviation from tint courao would com plicate mutUsre. Everything |liat can be done hy tl'o department -o facilitate inaltiva is biing done, but when Btorni, tempest, and bad roads interpose aoi&e gllotrauce sljould b- jnnde for irregqlaritf in.delivery. ' ' ' ' T /It in reported tlinl tenders trere accepted Yesterday by I hs Broken Hill Ore Dressing and Smelling Coinptuty for Lite erection of Smeltere on (lie West Coast.
MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
MEETING. A meeting of the members of tbe comiaittoe formed to secure the tvtoro. ot Mr J. M. Hwlett was held on WeilnMdcy ovening, at the Royal Exchange Hotel. Mr J. F. Kiniry was elected chairman and teeasorer, vice Mr T. Parker, who was leaving for Hobart . ' ' It was resolved that all arrangements tvnould be made to enable Mr Hulett to address tbe electors of Zeehan immediatalv upon Bit return from the distant parta of the electorate, where be is now canvassing. Some considerable amount of routine busi ness was transacted, and the following tele gram from the candidate was read -.— ' Had meeting at Ouse last nigbt. Very good. Got vote of confidence.' A vote of thanks, Iproposed and carried, to the chairman, brought the meeting to a close. Mr. rWhitelair, secretary to Mr. Hadrtt's committee, receive! the following telegram on Thursday : — ' Had rery stormy meeting here lut night, but got good support. Have meeting at Bothwetl to-night.'
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Correspondence. Trtm our readers we Invite cormpondeDca ; ea-inatt-rs at general ibterwt which we ' ?111, wnmovor praottealila, las«rt is. this idlntan.' Oorreipondents an rsqnestad to j writs on one side of tin pann-only. With } the 'pinions erpressed in this colotnnweds ' not Identify onrsshes. The writer's um In i all instances -must aocompanjf-jJOBWbnUujw, j not necessarily for pnbllcaUon. ..'''?' ; '8nD«rBoUl Maa-inwsit.' Vw-boOi tssert alike. Jk, hmglh and width ; k,Ulutb, breadth, and width. Breadth-Mi woU an the same. !. ' . .
MINING. A TRIP TO NORTH-EASTERN DUNDAS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
MinniO. !Bt One Special. Mb G. D. Ghhon.: A TSllT TO NOaTH.EA.S?ERN DUNDAS. The writer b«, during the lattelght months, probably seen as much of this gieat field as any other one man. There are those who profess to be able to A do ' ths field in about throa davs, and -go away perfectly satisfied with whit they have accomplished. These, however, are very clever people, and so far aa I am concerned X must say that I do not aspire to such transcentent genius. After all these months of trudginf through mnd, climbing over the dieaded horizontal, and Setting Uuengh the objectionable bowra 'senrupTemAmly just beginning to find out how little I really know about the field and howi 'touch then still remains to be learned 'Taking the Zeehan »od Dandii fields conjointly, it oorUlnlrdid not take me long to form a most decidedly favoratilo opinion regarding tbe general features, not withstanding that the ehtravtetwtica of each are distinctly different, and so far I am glad to b»v that the develo...
Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 12. WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Intercolonial Gables. (BY BUBMAUINE CABLE.] J [tun oia «\vk oonnKsreniiEKT.] VICTORIA. JlELnonnKE, May 12. WANTKD. An ex-detective, nnnied \Veckes,U» wanted (or obtaining goods under false pretences, nnd for wife desertion. A warrant baa beon issued for bis arrest. VICTORIAN TIK FIELD. Mr Murray, the GovernmcntGeologist, lias made a tecond report on tlie Mount Walts tin fielde, . wfficli V,tec&flJ in spectod, H« lays (hat ri'ccnt 'dcvelop ntcnts inako it itupossiUc to arrive at any definite conclusion, as tlitv ywk dona U insufficient ; hut the prospect.1; are suckos to lead to tlie belief tbat (bo field will prove payable aud vjcnmmant. lie thinks tlie ore'nill In found insfcoots of varying axteut «nd riebnoss, even us far down as tlie lode can be followed, though frequent blank intervals jimy be met. There is a fair prospect, witb economy anj judicious worf, that the property will prove a financial success. ' May 18. THE EBPKIKVBD MCEDEEEB, ' Tbe medical board appointed to...
ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE May U. Tho Secretary ot the Zs»h»tt Stock Ex change reports the following aales and quota tions on 'Change :- Homing. Adam's, bis fid, a 3s Od Adelaide, b 6s 3d, s 7s Austral, a 5s 6d Banner Cross, s 2s 8d Central Baletrop, b Is 1 Id, 8 2s Id Central Duudas, b 10s Id, s 10s Gd Comet, b Us, s lit Id, sales 14s Comet Extended, b £3 10a, s £t Dundas Extended (paid). « 4a 9A Dnndu (contributing), *- 2« H a 3s Good Intent, s £46 Melbourne Proprietary, b 4-, s 4s 3d JlurcliiBon, bla, slsdd North G«V-b»,s Is Sd Oceans,, b 4s 9d, s 4s lid, aales 4s 9d Jtennisou Bell, b £10, »£10 Ills Boyal, s 32s Savage, b £9 10s, s £9 12j6d Success, 8 3s 6d Success Extended, s la lid Western, h 7s lOrl, s 8s 3d Phcenix (Tin), s £10 Afternoon. Anderson, b Is ed, s 2s 6d Austral, s 5s Id Banneroross, a 2a Id Contra! Balstrup, b 1- lOd, « 2s Id Central Dundas, bl0s,a 10s6d,sslcsl0«6d Comet Extended, b £8 14a 6d, ? £3 17e Dondas Intended, b 4s, s 5s 3d FaontUroy, b 2s fid, - 3s Good Inten...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Special Advertisements- _ ELECTORAL DISl'llICT 01' CUM. BERLAKD. VOTE FOll J. M. H -\ S L K T 1. VOTE FOR HASLETT, The Liberal Candidate, VOTE FOB HASLETT, The Working Man's representative. VOTE FOK HASLETT, The Eight Hoora Advocate. VOTE FOK HASLETT, A linidwt of the Field. VOTE FOK HASLETT, And Local Sanitary Reform. VOTE FOB HASLETT, And introduce new blood 'Bt-1 P«1'»meilt- J. M. Heslett will shorty address tbs Electors of Cumberland in various parts of the Electorate. ? ^__ TpUECTOKS OF CUMBERLAND. THE HON. N. J- BROWN Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS Of CUMBERLAND As followc : STBAHAN— FRIDAY, MAY, 16, 8 p.m. ZEKHAN— SATCRDAY, MAY 10, 8 pin, At MULCAHVS KOYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL. DUNDAS MONDAT, MAY 18, 8 p.n-., At JOHNSTONE'S MOUHT DUNDAS HOTEL. EEMINE WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 8 p.m., At ?WEBSTER'S HOTEL. T. WALCH AND SONS, ' BOOKSELLERS, ,. TATIOKERS, AKD MUSIC SEIXEKS, f WELLINGTON BBIDGE, asd No. 42 MACQUABIE STEEET, HOBAttT Asians tor the Melboorne Arg u, Austnl atUn, Sportsman, and Austral...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
« .;i; - i ^Conveyances tT.YNCH'S COACH. TO AND FROM :'*J ? ,. DUNDAS. Leaves Hit Livery and Bait Stable*, Silver Quran, Daily, calling at Hotels en route. TIM1S TABLE, lietves every Monday morning at R.30 cm. Rclnrns, 0.30 «.m. Leaven, 10.30 a.m. ; Hi-tarns, 12 nnnn. LtaveB, 8.30 pin. ; Returns, 6.30 p.m. TOEBMY. Leaves, 8.30a.m.; Returns, lOn.ra. Leaven, 3.80 f.m. ; Returns, 6 p.m. Wednesday, do., do. Thursday, do., do Itfdjrjydo., do. sXtdbdjy. l*avt»,'8.S0 a.m. : Return*, 10 a.m. Lonvcp, 3 p.m. ; lieturnit, 4 p.m. Leaves, 5 p.m. ; Relumi'. « p.m. FAKBS— THltEE SHILLINGS. E. LTNCU, I'roprietor. ^.7 T-kMLVCOACn nETWEES REMIHE l -5r-L' : AND ZEBUAN. I Coach Liares Bemine every TDE8DAY, ../ . THTJH8DAY. .?'??'..' ASD I SATURDAY. I -? At 10 o'clock. I ' ? LEAVES ZKEnAN EVERY I . , ? MONDAY, I . . WEDNESDAY, I - AXD I FIUDAY, I , At 10 o'clock. | BROOKS AND FAULKINKR, I Proprietors. I s i JIDEKT BEOS. & KEEIt. I *: ? I ^ .ZEEHAH AKD DUNDAS I £1 uTs OF COAOHBS. f' LuTE ZtEHAH A...
Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
Postal IiiforiiuitiOH. Mails close at Zeehan for Hobart »nd Laun ceston every Monday, Wednesday, andSatur. ^MaiVclofe at Zeehan for Dundas every Tuesday and Friiiay at 11 a.m. Mails close at Dundas for Zeehan every Wednesday aud Saturday at 1 2 noon. Mails arrive at Zeehan from Uobart, Lnun ceston, and other places every Sunday, Toes day, awl Friday at 10 n.m. _ Mails for places heyotia Taamam.i are made up and despatched by tbe first mail leaving for Hobart or ijwnceslon. There is a delivery al the Zeehan Post Ofnce every Sunday from 12 noon to I p,m.
SHIPPING. HOBART, May 18. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 15 May 1891
=^ — = ? SHIPPING* LBY ELBOTKW TBLE0R4WI.1 (Faox Otrit Oitk OoBnasroiirMi). Hobwt, May 18. ? ' BA1LBT. Devon, ».s. for Strahnn (Captain Held). PaMensere -.-Meidnme. Cordell, AUowes end two children, Henry ; Misses James, Foster, Harrit, and l'&ge, Messrs. 1'ordoll, Allowes, Fryer, Baker, Bums, Bevan (2). Ambrose, Jeikint, Dans, Williams, and two in the BtMraSe' May 14. Banks Peninsula (Captain McNair), for RLrahiu 1'awenEtrft :— Mesdames I ox and ' jitason, Mis. Fox8, Messrs. l'owell, Nicholson, Griffin, Hojan, Hill, Uavi,, N. J. Brown, Butler, and '?'- steerage.
HOBART. HOBART, May 15. BETTER THAN NO EXCUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891
HOBART. [BT 1LB0TRI0 TELEGRAPH.] (Fmm onk own Ooemskubbii.) Hocakt, May 16. BETTER THAN HO EX0D8E. . . No tender has yet been acctpted for the post and telegraph, offices at Zeehan, owing to its having been found nccesiary to add four additional rooms to the original plan. This is now in hund, and tenders mil be accepted in a few days. THE SANDY BAY TRAQBDY. Quamby, who has been in, tho hospital since the Study Bay tragedy, in which he played so prominent a part, was arrested yes'erday, chnrgad with thn murder of Mrs Davidson, and removed to tho gaol . RICHMOND TttiGEDT. ' ' A fc-rrible tragedy has been perpetrated about two milcj from Richmond Yester day Mr and Mra Q/rilrcy left -liou- home at about half-past eight, the former for Richmond, and the lutter to jollier mush rooms. They parted coinr«ny when about n mile from home, and Ogilvcy proceeded to Richmond and transacted his bnsinctw, returning home some three hours later, when he was surprised to discover that Mra Ojiilvty had...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891
Licensing. LICENSING DISTRICT OF MACQUAKIE. THIRD QUARTERLY MEETING. I, WILLIAM BEALEY, of Zcdian, in Tasmania, Gentleman, hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Quarterly Meeting of the Licensing Bench, to be holden at Stralian, for the District of Macqnarie, for a Justice's Certificate, approving of my holding a PUBLIC HOUSE LICENSE in respect of the house situate in Main street, Zeehan, aforesaid, intended to be known by the eiirn of the '? Grand Hotel,' which I intend to keep as a Public House, and I have, in compliance with the Act, duly deposited complete plans of the said Hotel in the hands of the Olerk of the Peace at Stralian. Dated this eleventh day of Hay, 1891. . WILLIAM BEAL1SY. Stdabt aud Ghant, ..tV Solicitors. Zechan.- ? ??.?? ??' LICENSING DISTRICT OF MACQUAUIE. THIRD QUATEKLY MEETING. I, DENIS CONNOLLY, of Zeehsn, in Tasmania, Miner, hereby give notice thai it is my intention to apply at the noxt Quarterly Meeting of the Licens ing liench, ...
Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 15. (Before Messrs E. H. Fowell. S.M., and B. W. Brower, J.P.) LESLIE AND ANOTHER v. WARE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891
Police Court. Fbidat, Mat 15. (Bef ore Messrs I. B. Powell, B.M., and B. W. ? Brewer, J.*.)— — LESLM AKD AHOTHIB T. Vlll The plaintiffs, the contractors for the Zeeban and Dnndaa Tramway, ntd the defendant for lSt [money advanced on bis be half, and for unlawfully absenting himself from his work. Mr D. O. Urqohart appeared at attorney for tbe plalntiffi, and Mt C. Eaton Brown for the defendant. - . Angus Cameron, manager for .the) plaintiffs, stated tbat the defendant wit brought orer frem Melbourne at a cost of SOs. By the agreement it would take the defendant ten. weeks to pay It off. The agreement, signed by lbs defendant and others, was produced In court and read — ?? 99. Queen Street, It, Quean Street, To Leslie and Boas, Contractors, Mount Dnndat and Zeehan Tramway, \_ Taamanla, 'We, the undersigned, . benVy ajre* to eagage ourselves to work for you on tbo above contract, and that any passage money advanced by you for na aball be deducted from our pay at th« rats of net sore t...