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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 14. FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Intercolonial Cables. — » — ? [BT SUBMARINE CABLE.] [roeM ont «wn oonEBSpeNDEisT.] VICTORIA. Mklbodbke, May 14. PIEE. Skinner's stables at South Melbourne were destroyed by fire to-day, ten horses perishing in tho flames ; Turner's toy factory adjoining was also demolished. BOOTS SHORTAGE. At a meeting of the- Melbourne Storage Company's Shareholders to-day, it was stated that the defalcations of Bogg their late accountant amounted to L1.080. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 15. ' ' AN ACCIDENT. Albert Norman, a well-known actor engaged at the Theatre Royal assisting in .the production of tho Bells of Has elmere, whilst jumping from a . bridge struck on a spike and received serious injuries in the groin. . , t . ,: .SOUTE AUSTRALIA. ' ' 'v ' ' Aixlaidb, M»j 15th. OiblllBi! DIFPBR8NOE3. It is rumored that there is a split in ' the Cabinet ot«t the labor quralion. The demwratic members of the Cabinet headed by Mr T. PUyford, are desirous of giving tha labor question precedence, but the ot...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, May 15. EARTHQUAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

European Gables. TBV SUBMARINM CABLE.] (FBOU ODE «WH CORRESPONDENT.) Lokbon, liar 16. HaRTHQCAKBS. Ceylon has been nailed bj severe earthquakes, and sonic considerable damage been done to property. ' A PBOPHBOT. On Cmnruingwho recently prophesied the end of the world, nt a definite date, baa fixed the first day' of Juno in tbe present year for ihefjnal day. ? . MOBILIZATION OF GERMAN TEOOP3. It is atttcd that the , Emperor of Germany has ordered General Capriri to mobilise three army corps without delay ; theprecise reason for this move ment is not apparent. . , . , INFLUENZA. ^ The Hon. W. E. Gladstone, who has v- been auffiiring severely from influenza is now recovering j seventy members of the House of Commons are suffering from the game complaint. ' ; ' ROYAL HBLP. ' ' '????' ' Tralh '' states that Her Majesty is advancing a loan pf six figures to the Prince of Wales to enable him to re de?m the mortgages on Sandringham. It is also stated Her Majesty has given him many substanti...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1891. THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Sf^llaiiiJ^uHilas^erivIiI. ' For the Mm tb*t befcs usUUDM . , For tte imins tb»t Me4t ralituee Hn- the toton U. the Aiuuoi and Utt food that in Ma de.n MONDAY. MAY 18, 1801. THE COMING ELECTION. The public utterances of the Hon. N. J. Brown at the meeting held at Zeehan on the evening of Saturday last, only further confirms our previously expressed opinions that thtre does not exist in the present electioneering contest nny burning question of policy or party; the matter at issue having simply re solved itself into the question which of the two candidates Mr J. M. Haslett, or the Hon. N. J. Brown is ;he better »ne to represent the district )f Cumberland? As far as we can gather, Mr J. M. Easlett is not a supporter of the present Ministry, his public de nunciations of their policy and neglect of this part of the electorate utterly precludes any such idea, and it scarcely requires recapitulation that bis opponent is neither an admirer or supporter of the Ministry, such being accepted ...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

MIKING. The prospector of the Minx F.A., situat-id it South Dundas, reports to his association tbat on section 2905 No. 1 lode has been traced for a to'al distance ot 15 chains, nnd a tunnel hai been driven a d stance of 02ft, in whlob lodn matter ourjin? a little galena baa been met A vein of galena has been c it in the creek no:th of the Monarch ehatt. On section 3,342 acquired by the Association to secure a continuation of the lodes, cappings have been exposed at a depth of 4ft, On motion S,«3 promising indications exist tbat makes this section worthy of attention. Section 2,870 is a small one con tat ling only K acres, on which aotimonial galena has been dis covered, Is situated very advantageously for working!. On eecliou 8,164 heavy oxides of iron deiioiitt exists, and the total area of country held by the association is 217 acres. MEETINGS. A meeting of ehareholders in the Imperial Prospecting Assooiation (Savage River), was held at Waite'a Exchange Hotel, on Friday evening, ...

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Law for the People. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Law for the People. As men are constantly arriving on the West Coast, tinder engagements-node: out of the colony, and are not acquainted with Tvsma. xi»n Law, w« subjoin, fur their information, some of the leading aeotions of the ^Matters and Servants' Act :— ' ' j.: ^ 1. In order to facilitate the proof uf anv. deed or agreement, in writing, made .ortatered into oat of Tasmania, the produet'on oj enoh deed or agreement with evidence- that the person alleged to have entered into the aame ' as aervant, arrived in the colony after the date of such deed or agreement, and that, the person bore or was called or known by the name men tioned, or had in any manner admitted having made any engagement -for service with the muster named therein, shall in all oqnrts in Tasmania ba enffioieut praof thai the aame was made or entered into bv the uarties alleged to hare done so.— 2. Any muter having contributed any sum towards the passage-money or outfit of any servant en gaged on Lie behalf, in Ta...

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Strahan Shots. STRAHAN, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Str&han Shots. Sriuniw, MaylS. The firing of the first gun in tbe political campaign in onr field was commenced to night »htn Mr K. }. Brown addressed tbe olect.rs resident here in OafTney's Victoria Ball. Nolwitb .landing the scant notice given tbe hall was fairly well filled. Mr PontiTex, J.I1., occupied the chair and introduced tbs candi date, who disouased opon tbe most important subjeets agitating the political mind, and sun ported the stand he had taken in regard lo his vole on the Stock Tax and other measures brought lefore Parliament .luring bis aleward ship. His speech waa well received, wd h»Ting answered a few questions Mr T. W. Reynolds moved a vote of confidence in Mr M. J. Ur wn as a fit and proper person to represent the Ifest Coast in the cominK Parliament. The motion woe seconded by Mr J. J. Qaffney, and carried on the voices. Mr S. J. Peavoy asked the meeting not to pledge themselves to sipport Mr Brown without hearing his opponent in ihe coming conies'. Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Basiness Notices- ? _ P. 0. I B N R V, 'IMPORTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES 01? EVERY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices and Quality will compare favourably with any house in the colony. ? FERGUSON & CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND 10 MURRAY STREETS, HOBART. SOLE AGENTS FOE, Usher's Special Beserve, aud 0. V. G. j Hoyiil BleiA Whisky, Case mid Jeroboams. Glen Dim (Own Special Blond), Case and E iJ.'Bo'rke'a Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. do. Dublin Stout, McEWa Edinburgh Globe Ale, do Pass & Co'b No. 4 Ale in Ulids, \ Hlids, Kilderkins, and Firkins. Ailkcn'E Fnlkirlt Life Belt Ale. Bisijnit Duliouche &Co's Brandy, Case ami Julra Robin's Brnndy, Case and Bulk. Offloy Forrostot'e Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Hart's W. Indian Ram. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Rum, elc Holbrook's Sauces tnd Pickles. Watson & McGill's Tobaccos. All ot...

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Hospital Fund List. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Hospital Fund List. As showing Uiat the scheme we proppnnded for raisins the necessary lands for the Zeehan Hospital is ft practical one, three residenU of our city have- placed their names on onr list as donors to the extent of £10 each, and we feel assured if any active canvass ia instituted the amount necessary wilt be. readily forth coming. In the meantime we ahull be pleased to receive the names of intending patrons which wiU be duly acknowledged.

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Whyte River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Wht/te River Notes. (FBOM A OOBEEorONDIHT.) .' Considering the unsettled state o! tbe weather, work on the Godkin't mine Is pro gressing very eatWactorilv. The nnmber ol men employed and tbe Glass of work they are engsged on gives a decided air of pennaaor to this property. In the engine-room the engineers are busily engaged fitting the machinery together, and already the masons have built in tbt boilers, to that before very long we may expect io near us wnisue oi ne engine. In the vicinity of the 13-mile Creek then is a large building being erected for a boarding house, and surrounding it there are a number of miners' huta, that already gives promise of quickly growing into a township. The Amalgamated has three .tunnrfs, all being driven at the aane time, thus thoroughly testing this property, which already bears good indications of developing well. The Fyke and Proprietary Companies an both at work on good lines of lofrt, as are the Endeavour and several other claims In the neighb...

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Dundas Digs. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Duwlm Digs. (Bv J.T.C.) Thanks to the despatch put forth by Climie t Bridley, contractors for the road, we are in a mnch better position on the township nU than formerly; besidea rattling the work along they have straightened the read, bring ing It tight through the township. Over 100 permits have been granted for residences here and there are ft coed many n». .™Wlnrr of mitiair for nermlts ; to the ^Initiated there seems a terrible amount .of Lime taken in issuing these same permits. The red-tape process is very slow. A petition was forwarded to the Minister ef Land and Works some considerable time ago, but np to date no answer his been received. We expect it Is fooling around waiting tbe leisure of the Ministsr. Nugget is ben, and in bis cups vows deep and dfre Teagance on New Chum, but at New Chum ia a favorite ben the boys will see that oeMUtoir play, but (should Nugget settle N. C. what a day we will have. , Fresh arrivals from the bnsh of Tyndall, E«id, and olher places, all j...

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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Stock & Sliare Marlcet. ZEKHAN STOCK EXCHANGE May 16. The Secretary of the Zeehan Stick Ex honpje reports the followtuj sales and qneta ions on 'Change : — Morn'nf. Adams, b 2s, » 2a 6d Adelaide, s 7s 3d Austral, b Ss lOd, s 6», sales 5s lOd Banneroross, b 2s 3^d, s 2s Cd Central Dundas, ells 3d Smbolite, b 3s, s 4s Fauntleroy, b 2s 9d, a 3s 6d Melbourne Proprietary, s fis 3d Oonah, b la 2d, a Is 2td Owen Meredith, b 5s 9d, s 5s lOd, sales Ss 9d Eenison Bell, b £10, ? £10 5s Savage, b £13 10s, s £14 Us, sales £13 10b City, b 7(1, s Dd Success, b 3s 6d, ? 3s 7d Sylvester, b 6s 3d, s 6s 8d Sylvester (paid np), a 7s 9d Biceoix (tin). b£S 20s. a £10 Evening. Adelaide, a 7s 3d Austral, b 6s 6d,s0s9d Owen Moredith, b 5s 7d,« «s I Savage, b £13 ltjs, s £14 2s 6d, sales 4)13 12s Ainslie.b 6d, s lid Central Balstrnp, b 2s, B 2s 81 Coptics 9d Comet Extended, b £3 12s 6d, s £3 17s 6d Bannercross, b 2s 9d,t 2s lid, sales 2a lOJd Great Western, a 25s ],ord Dnndas, b 6d, s Is Mount Zeeban...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Correspondence. From onr raaden we Invite corrMpondenca on mattera of genual inUrat, which we will, whenever practicable, insert In this columo. Correspondent* are requested to write on one aide of the paper only. With the opinions expressed in this column we do not identify onnelves. The writer's name in all instances mast accompany contribatinni, not necessarily for publication. Owing to want of space, a quantity of cor respondence and other matter is held over. YE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. And there dwelt by the sad sea sbore, a race died Trialitee, |aad they were of a strange people— their appetites and drinkitites were marvellnus— and each and all were well. footed from burrowing in the sand ; and a Frinee of tli.t country mi called Mall, and Jtnll waa mighty of beam aftd large of stature. And a plague called Government-cuoleisnesB heavily visited the Tri.lita, end they roae even as one man and eaid, 'Mali, you are the elect, go down even unto the Capitol, and let thy sweat voice b...

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The Hon. N. J. Brown at Zeehan. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Tlie Hon. N'. J. Brown at Zeehan. The lion. N. ,T. Mr wn, tbe late member lor tbe district, addressed the electors ol Zeehan on Saturday niuht, in WilliimV Hall. Tho building was f.irly -filled, and on the mot;oo ot Messrs. T. Pmm Trod G. 1'. Sinclair, Mr It ISians was voted Is tbe chair. The chairman thanked the meeting for placing bim in tl.o position, and claimed for Air Drown a clear and patient bearing Ho said electors in Ibis district bad shown aomo upiuhv in tbo past, and Hint some were inclined to blnme their late motuticr for tno neglect sliown to tbo wo-t Coast, lie thought tbo Uovo nment use cnlitM to some consideration in this mailer, as tbo rapid advancement of Zeehan bad not given t'lera an npiiOTlunity of doing all that was necessary. Although the (loremment had not too much money at Iheir disposal, yet bo thought wo bad not col our share, and that it was ne:es»ary to send a man t- the House who would he aMe to demudnliHt we wanted. In Mr Brown the) had on nld and tri...

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SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) HOBART, May 16. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

SHIPPING IBT KLEOTAM TBLEQEAFH.l (Fbok Ou» Oin CoaatsroapMiT). Hobart, May 16, Bellinger, «.». (Captain Brown) for Strahan. Passengers — Mesdames Mott, Andereon, Capell and Christie ; Messrs Nimmo, Ander »on, Haslett, Chatpeutier, Chri.tie, Campbell, Cowley, Asbton, Curtain, Feivcofske, Clifford, McWolker, Bonrke, BealLS, Smjlhe, Liberty, Barker ; and 20 in the Bteerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Conveyances T.JXWJU« COACH TO AND FKOJI ?' DUNDAS. Lmvos His Livery nticl Dnit Slnlilcr, Silver Qllteu, Daily, calling nt Hotels en route. TIMK TABLE. Leaves every Monday morning nt R30 a.m. R'turrm, 0.B0 n.m. Lfavc°, 10.80 n.m. ; Ik'turns, 12 noon. Leaves, S.lli) p.m. ; Rntnrns, 5.80 p.m. TUESDAY. Xenves, 8.30a.m.; llelums, 10 n.m. Lenvr*. 3.30 p.m. ; ltetnnie, 6 p.m. Wediicaduy, do., do. Thursday, do., do Friday, do., do. SATDItDtY. Jjtnvct, 8.30 n.ii) ; lletprnp, 10 a.m. l.cnvcf. 3 p.m. ; Ilcturns, 4 p.m. Leaves, 6 p.m. ; Iti'turn*. U p.m. ' I'AKKS-THItER SHILLINGS. E. LYNCH. . . - : Proprietor. ?nXlLV COACH MmVERN BEMIXE ?L' AND ZElitlAN. Conch Ia-iivcs ncniine every TUESDAY, THURSDAY. AKD SATURDAY, . At 10 o'clock. Lkaves Zi:kiian evf.hv MONDAY, ' WEDNESDAY, AXII FniDAY, At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AND VXVlMsMi, ' A NDRKW B^9«^* .kMiR. ZEEHAR ABtj iff^DAS LINK OF COAtCHES. IiUVE ZlEUiS AT— 8'3I a.m. 2 p.m. . IiUVE D0XD1S AT— 10 a.m. ' 3.50 p.m. ZEEHAN L1VEBY STABLES. p KENNEDY Begs t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Special Advertisements: ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CUM BERLAND. VOTE FOR J. M. H A S L E T T. TOTE FOE HASLETT, The Liberal Candidate. VOTE FOR HASLETT, The Working Man's Representative. VOTE FOR HASLETT, The Eight Hours Advocate. VOTE FOR HASLETT, A Resident of the Field. VOTE FOR HASLETT, And Loral Sanitary Reform. VOTE FOR HASLETT, And introduce new blood into Parliament, J. M. Haslett will shortly address the Electors »f Cumberland in various parts of tU Electorate. ? TjlLECTORS OF CUMBERLAND. T U E HON. N. J. BROWN Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS Of PTJMBERLAND As followf : At MULCAHrS ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL. DUNDAS M0NDA.Y, MAY 18, 8 p.m., At JOHNSTONE'S MOUKT DUNDAS HOTEL. REMISE— WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 8 p.m. At ?WEBSTER'S HOTEL. CUMBERLAND ELECTION NOTICE. MEETINGS OF TUB Hon. N. J. BROWN'S COMMITTEE WILL Bi: Hf.D DURING THE PRGSRST WEEK. At ;iie uurie'-iiienlionod places: — ?F1 CLAUSE'S ZKKHAS HOTEf,. r MONDAY, 7.30 p.»r. {. ..AXDERSO.VS COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ??' TUESDAY, 7.:)0 r.M. KERRIGAN'S...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

Postal Information. Maile oloie at Zeehan Tor Hobart and Laun ottan every Monday, Wednesday, and Satur day, at 1 run. Matle dose at Zeehan for Dundas every Tnuday and Friday at 11 a.m. Mails cloM at Dunalaa for Zeehan every Wednesday «nd Saturday at 12 noon. Mails arrive at Zeehan from llobart, Lsun onton, and other places every Sunday, Tues day, and Friday at 10 a.m. Mails for places beyond Tasmania are made up and despatched by the first mail leaving for Hobart or Launceston. There is a delivery at the Zeehan Fost Office every Sunday from IS soon to 1 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 18 May 1891

/ Licensing. ' T kEREBY give notice tbat I did, oVtho 27th day oi APRIL, 18(11, deposit with the Olerk of the Peace at Strahan a plan, as required by Section 73 of the Licensing Act, 1859, of a home situate at Zeehan, for which I intend to apply for a Pnbllo House License, JOHN SIMPSON. '|»»T OTIC E. I, RICHARD ROE, o£ Mount Zeehan, in Tasmania, Contractor, hereby give notice tbat I did deposit with the Clerk of the Peace, it Stralian, in Tasmania, com plete plans of a house, situate at Mount Zeclion, aforesaid, for which 1 intend to apply at the next Quarterly Meeting of the Licensing flench, to be hnlden at Strahan, aforesaid, for a JusticeV certifi cate, approving of my receiving a PUBLIC HOUSE LICENSE in respect thsreof, such plans showing exactly the site of tho bouse and the boundaries of the laud to be occupied therewith, and the situa tion of the front door of such house. Dated this 6th day of May, 1601. RICHARD ROE. Mining Notices. NOTICE, A MEETING of Sharenolders in the B...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

TO THB EDITOR, Sib,— Aa (he matter at issnemthe coming election Is one purely of personal qualifications you may probably see Bt to allow the accom panying remarks on the speech of one of tbe candidates, Mr N. J. Brown, to appear in your paper* After the chairman had made an 'ad mil recordnm' appeal to the meeting on the behalf of the speaker, -the candidate opened biiaddren bydeprecatinganypenonalremarks on hia opponent, and at once proceeded to fcrandr'Mr Hailett as inconsistent, but as I immrne this was meant *n a purely Pick ?wloa*an a*n»e,^*t :may ipaev. Continuing, Mr. Brown said, 'I quite admit that you -are entitled to hold the opinion, and I do not disagree with yon, that tb- place ia entitled to a distinct representative, but It wat owing to difficulties' ' inths way thai you wen not in the position of returning a representative for yourselves. Ton have tome ground for your feelings in this matter, and I pledge myself, if -GsreraiMot will Dot make an alteration in the Repr...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

Correspondence. From onr readers we Invite correspondence on matters of general interset, which we will, whenever practicable, insert in this column. Correspondents are requested to write on one side -.f the paper only. Witli the opinions expressed in this column we do not identify ourselves. The writer's name in all instances must accompany contributions, not Bsoasurily for publication.

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