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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

dock & Share Market. ZE.W3.KX STOCK EXCHANGE. Mav 18. The Socretarj of the Znhan Stock Ei ohange reports ths following sales and quota tions on 'Chaate :-~ Morning. Adams, blsl0d,i2s2d Adelaide, a 7s 3d Andarjoc, s 2s fid Austral, b«s8d,s 7s Bannercross, b 2s (id, s 3s 6d Central BaUtrup, b 2s Id, s 2s 3d Mount Ze»hu (Xodood), b fis, s 6s lid Murchisom, b Is Id, s 1» -d Oceans, b Cs, ? 6s 6d, sales 6a Oweu Meredith, b Ss 6d, s 6. 2d Bennison Bell, b £10, s £10 10s Savagt, b £13 2s Od, ? £13 13s (jiueu Extended, b«a, ? 8s U -aeraratnto, b £6 15s, a £8 Success Extended, b Is U, s Is 84 Talune, s 5s 9d Oon.h.blsld, sls3d Evening. Adams, s 2s 6d Andarsou, s 2s 5d Austral, b 6s 4Jd, s 6s Si, salts 6s 6d Bannererost, Vj 2s 7d, a 2s 8d, sales 2s 81 Oratnl Bulstrnp. b 2s 2d, s 2l 3d Oceana, b (Is 3d, a 6s 6d, sales 6s 3d 8avage.b £13 7a 6d, s £13 lOs.salei £13 7a 6d Queen Extended, b 8s 3d, s 8s -d, sales 8s 3d Success Extended, b Is 7H ? Is 3d Comet JExtende 1, b £3 I2s 6d, s £3 16...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Dundas Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

Dundas Notes. . ' Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink'— nnleae at JolnuoD'a Botel, where we oan sow get a ' drop ' with something lib: comfort, thanks to Main Climie nnd Bridley, who have pushed their contract through a- farm the hotel, and we can cow get from the Junotlon in 30 minute*. Before, we of len atarted bnt ncrer got there. The telegraph pushes'its elow length along,' and it wIU be here in the ?' Sweet bye and bjte.' T Thesurrevors are busy plotting the lota for the futnre township, and an extending from Jam creek westward some 20 ohalns, and will probably go easterly as far aa the Dandas The telegraph should be extended as far eaiterly al ponlble, say to the adit, as it will be a convenience to the principal mines, inch M the Comet, Maestries, and all Dandas. Visitors from Hobart, Lauuceston, aod over the water arrive and depart daily, all highly pleased with the prospects and progress of our mines, but they execrate the roads. However, let me Ml them in the ...

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SPORTING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) HOBART, May 18. CLARENCE PLAINS R. C. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

&POBTIAG (BT BLBOTRtO TBLBOEA.PHI. y (FROK ODB OWH OOBnUPOHDIKt). HOBAHT, May 18. OLAEENOB PLAINS R. 0. The folloirlng swath* waighti!— minDLE baoe, it. lb. st. lb. Hamilton 12 0 Toothpick 9 0 Camperdown 10 12 Nancy 9 0 AaitralaiUn 10 7 Merriman 9 0 Young Hero 9 11 SpriDgtnp 9 0 Trafalgar 9 8 PORT B10E. Dindr 9 0 little Duke 8 0 Vleensa 8 10 Ruby II. 8 0 Signal 8 9 Cnpld 7 8 Mollv 8 7 Tabby ?' » Camilla 8 7 Melba 7 0 CUIIKO! HJKMClf. '? Helene 9 6 Trafalgar 7 .1 Goodwood 8 12 Amalgam 7 6 ( Ellaod 8 2 Young H«rb 7 IS , *, Hamiltsn 7 12 Sterling 7 6 £ ' Silnrcord 7 fl ' FLTISO HAHDICAr. Helene 8 7 Sllreroord 7 12 Rapid Kirn 8 6 Amalgam 7 0 Elland 8 3 Bortalis 7 0 Campsrdom 7 12 Trafalgar 7 0

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

_ ? Business Notices- ' F. 0. fi E N R V, IMPORTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING EEQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ? ? :o: ? The Pioneer Merchant of tke 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, AMD 10 &LURRA.Y STREETS, HOBART. mii -— :o:— ' SOLE AGENTS FOE, Usiic-r's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. Wliisliy ' Hoyal Blend Whisky, Case and Jeroboams. . Glen Dim (Own Special Blend), Case and Bulk. ' E k J Bnrke's Irish Whisky, Case & Balk. do. Dublin Stout, f McEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. Bass & Co's No. 4 Ale in Hbds, i Hhds, Kilderkins, and Firkins. Aitken'a Falkirk Life Belt Ale. Bisqiiit Dubouche tUo's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Jules Robin's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Offley Forrester's Gonuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Hart's W. Indian Enm. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Bum, eta Holbrook's SauceB...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1891. BLACKMAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

fi}fl{iiii§ tejniuliis j^cralil For tlie wtodr Uiat Doe Is reaUtajiee For tlie future In ttie dStanst Lai ths rood th»l we u- do.' WEDNESDAY. MAY/ 20, 181)1. BLACKMAIL. THERE is uot a single resident on our field but who at some period of his residence lias heard dark and mysterious rumors of the power of gold to facilitate the executing- of* minine surveys ; and pool- men have often bitterly wailed the poverty that prevented them entering into com petition with their more richly endowed neighbors. As this in justice invariably fell most heavily on the poor prospector his voice, as is usual with those of limited means, was lost iu the bustle of the excite ment of our mining boom ; but to Mr B. Evans and Mr D. Cole man is to be given the credit of publicly denouncing this scandalous and barefaced imposition on the mining industries. In this issue will be found a report of the pnblic meeting held at Dun das on Monday night* containing the utterances of the two gentlemen we hare mentio...

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TASMANIA. HOBART, May 18. THE RICHMOND TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

-TASMANJ^ , tor KLnariiie'rB(.ESrUPa.i (Fnos Our Oim -OoMuarorcttT). A; HoaifeT May 18. THS HI0BM05t- TBiGEDt; ?? An enquiry wan livid at Richmond on Saturday touching Irn death or Mra Ogilvy The evidence disclosed the bcttbat Ilia Imly ot Ilia nnftiiluiiue My, niter licr being shot through the hoail, was dragged About throo obnins into the river, nlioro it wa« found by the s.-arcb party. MuJiail evidence was to the elT-ct tlm'' beyond a small bruise nn tho loft sliouldrr, no marks of violence were ota?rvablo. Tim jiiry returned an -opon verdict. Arthur Ojiilcy, irho wns arrested on sus picion of coinniitiini! the arrive murder, is still in custoly. lie is a young nun shout 21ymr«ofagc and a native of (lie rlisti ict. About two years ngo he wan con vir.Ujil of a cturgv of indecent assault upon a young woman, mill shortly after the expiring of the Iwoycnn' imprisonment lie then received, wna ngaln arrested fur a ?imilur uffuncn, for n-liicli he stanils cum mittod to take his trial at...

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

Mining -Notices. THE BMSRGRTIO' PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION. NOTICE o'f~MEETU«}. A Meeting of Shareholders in the above Association will be held at the Secretary's office, St. John-street, Launceston, on TUBS DAY, 26th May, 1801, at 8 p.m. Business : To consider the advisability of accepting an elfer to amalgamate Sections Nos. *|^ W.Petermn,aBd28^Nlckolson Sinclair and Mclaughlin. Also to consider and if thought fit accept. ing the offer of a Melbourne syndicate for Section No. «£ Terms to be submitted to the meeting. M. STACKHOUSE, Secretary. Launceston, 13th May, 1891. SECTION No. 8g87™ NORTII DUNDAS. NOTICE OF MEETING. A Meeting of Pcrcons interested in the A nbovc Section (known ns Mincan) will be held at the offico of the under sieiicd, on WEDNESDAY, 3rd Juno, 1891, nt 8 p.m. BtBIKESS : 1. To form a Company, elect officcin, anil adopt rules and regulations 2. For nny other business that may arise or occasion may require. M. STACKHOUSE. LannceBton, 14th May, 1891. NOTICE. BLUE JACK...

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OUR MAILS. FOUND IN A SHED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

OUR HAILS. FOUND IN A SHED. The subject of our mail service hae Veen a fruitful cause o£ complaint to the residents of Zeehan, and upon more than one occasion wt bare had occasion to write in do measured terms regarding tlie bungling incapacity that marks the transit, of mail bam to Zeeuw, ' Mr Magratli, as bead of this department bftbe public service, ))B8 been over ready to offer explanations or promise reforms, bat unfortunately the lwDefiU promised to us under Mr Msgrath'a reign are neither' of a lasting or useful nature, and tlie latest instance of this occurred with the ninil tbat was due at Zeehan on Tuesday morn ing. Business people calliDg for their mail matter ok Tuesday, were surprised to find it i/ififlitismslly small, and departed wondering, ftufiug the nfternooi , liow-' ever, two laden pack-horses put in an appearance aad the following facts were disclosed. HrBiyley, a Post Office official, w»s on liia way from Stmlian to Zeclmn.and clien in the vicinity of the Hcnty ...

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

Sort-shoulderoi hones plentiful Iu Zeehan. B)t iftuaers In Iris) BarW yesteraay.

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YE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

YE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. And New Chum was Bore opprest because a bosom friend of his, called Kng Get, chtded him, saying, 'go to, tbon liald head, thon ,art turned leligious,',', and New. Churn sighed, for his record was bust, and these who had drank with him, passed coldly hy. And Brownus was told thai then owelleth beneath the shadow of a hill, 'called Dundas, a race known as Doodasites, and ne whispered unto one, But Lir, 'we will toddle out and tell them a tale, for Haslettns, formerly of the tribe,' Talnni, has already spoken onto them,' and Brownus and But tir toddled. And, behold ! there was a wayside inn, where John Son abideth. and fathered there were Ev Hinga, Brid U, Andenonia, Dnunus, and even Dig Bi ; and Brownus tuned his lute to tbe same melody that lie sang in the Ball of the Sindi Kate ia the City of Zeehan ; and again the chair said, 'aye I it is carried.' And the trays were brought forth and tanglefoot flowed like the waters of the Hen Ty, and one called Mohoir de...

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Mr. N. J. Brown at Dundas. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

Mi: N. *T. Brown at Dundas. ? A meeting of the Dundas electors took place at Johnston's Hotel, JJuttdas, on Monday evening. Ur litidtey was voted to the chair, and tbe room was crowded to exoes*. Mr Broiva, to a large extent, repeated -rbat be said at bis Zeeban meeting. H-: emphasised the fact tbat this £253,000 spent by the Government on the West Coast, was either put on the estimates by himself, or itrongly advocated by him wheu brought for ward by anyone else. He spoke of the delay of the present Governmsnt in undertaking the survey for the Strahsu and Zeehan railway, and h»ped that if his constituents complained of the unjustifiable bungling in the expenditure of money on the West Coast, they would not bbirnft him. Gentlemen representinz other electorates had viBltod the silver-nthls, and had gone back to their places in Par liament, and said that they saw nothing to warrant tbe expenditure of money on the field. He hopei for the future these gentle men would eee their war to a...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

MANAGERS' REPORTS. Triune S.M. Co. -Tunnel has bMn drivsa a further distance ol 18ft, total rjlft, ground rather harder. Assayed two samples esrlv in p reseat w««k, which gave I24m andK 4oz of silver to the ton, with tracei of lead. lio.ikin, M«y 0._ Building- in of boiler completed. Poppot-legs ready lo «0t u^ on 5r*t Gno day. Ventilstion had in Mo. S tunnel ; a rlss Tioinir put up to surface. Stoping in north riao yielding good ore showing uative silver. Trs.mllaQ prO£re«diu{ Hptdly. Coa tractors have a portable engine for cutting rails on the rosd out. Weather bsd aad roitds nearly impassable.

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

CUMBEULAND TOTEHS. TO THIS EDITOR. Sib.— Mr Haslett, in addressing a meeting of the pa-toralists and agriculturalist* of Bothwill, met with a sample of tbe fair play that this part of the electorate meets out to any one connected with the mining interests. Mr Haelett found it utterly impossible to get a local man of any standing to take the chair at his meeting, and was forced to address the meeting without this usual adjunct to auob functions. Bow different |ij the conduct advanced to their representative, Mr Brown, in the mining centre; and yet Mr Brown ata'tes that be cannot see why the two interests, agricultural and mining, cannot be represented by one man—Yours, MINER.

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, May 15. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

European, Cables. [BrsuBMAarN*:: ca$l&!] (rjlOMflUn OTTS CORRESPONDENT.) ..;?: ;.:., ^ ^ONrJrjir, Alsf IS. \, ' ATTEMPTKD A8SS,SStrIATI0K, A cicsporntQ Attompt has been made to inarrfy., General, h. M. F. Hrppnlitu, ProsirVnt of tlie Republic of Hayti, The nl tempt vrns frustrated l)r his escort, two of Trhorh Trero filnin -in the -melee. A revolution U impending, this attack being deemed tho nignal for nn uprising. QURENSLaNI) COMPANY. At a meeting of tlie shnrclioldcrt in the Queensland Smelling Co., Limited, it was docidod to erect an ariditiannl 70-. ton furnace, nnii to increase till) nominal capital to L20.000. PREPARING. Tho Russian Government linvc ordered 500 transport carriages and ambulances lo bs prepared for use on tho Warsaw railway. ODR BLUE JACKETS The Froncli warship Scignotfiry lin? stranded on a snndbnnk nt .talTn, on the Piilwtinc Coast, iu the Uoditoranenn. Hopes of saving the vessel appeared very faint, and the lircs of Hie ereir ivcm in imminent danger...

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

MIKING. il*m Bl.ok and Myrln* inform us that they have, In conjunction with Mr T. H. V. Dtcken, floated in New Zenland the sectloa knnWD «« Fletcher's No. 3, iu North-west Dundas. The company is on; ol 100,000 share', nnd Xt.000 hu been plum) to credit. It is to be known as the ' Zealaujia.'

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 17. CRAIG BURNIE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 May 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BT SUBMARINE CABLE.] [ni»M O»B «WN OOltBKSFeKDEWr.] VICTORIA. Mulsourke, May 17 OR4.1G BOBMIE INQUIRY. The Marine Court of Inquiry into the lass of the Craig Burnie aat on Saturday, when Pilot Blanchard stated that Captain Kerr was offered substan tial assistance from the tug Nemesis, bat declined ; also refusing ths offer from the tug Rescue that she should stand by. He also refused to allow witness the use of a ship's boat to reach the Rescue, Baying be would shoot the first man that touched a bott. While the witness was engaged trying to per suade him to accept the halp of the big, Captain Kerr struck him, aayiug he was in league with tho tug to blackmail him. The inquiry stands adjourned until next Monday. IAW TO TAKE ITS COURSE. His Excellency has refused to receive any further petitions in the case of Johnson, the Ballarat murderer. Melbourne, May 18. EKBODTED. Johnson, tho Ballarat murderer, was executed to-day. Ho was wheeled to tbo drop in an invalid'...

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

Special Advertisements: mo ADVERTISERS ALL ADVERTISEMENTS, unless other wise siiecified, will be CONTINUED nnti WITHDRAWN by order of tbe ndvertise CALDER, BOWDEN 4 CO., Proprietors ' Z. »nd D. Herald.' p*UMBEKLAND ELECTION. MR, J. M. HASLETT Will address tlie ELECTORS OF ZEEHAN In WILLIAMS1 HALL TO-MORROW NIGHT (Thursday), April 21st, at 8 pjn. HASLETT, A supporter of the Eight Hour. Bill. HASLKTT, Chosen by the Trades and Labour Council. HASLETT, An advocate for the abolition of plural voting. VOTERS attend, mi hear HASLETT express Us views on matters of local interest J. C. WHITELAW, Hon. Sec. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OP CUM BERLAND. VOTE FOR J. M. HASLETT. VOTE FOR 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 FOB HASLETI, And Local Sanitary Reform. VOTE FOR HASLEIT, And introduce new blood into Parliament. J. M. Hiajett will ihortlj address tha Electors «f...

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

Conveyances YNCB'8 COACH TO AND FROM DtJNDAS. Leaves His Livery sod Bait Stables, Silver Queen, Daily, calling at Holob en route. TIME TABLE. Leaves erery olondnymorniDgal8.30a.nl. ifeturns, 0.30 a.m. Leaves, 10.30 a.m. ; lletnrna, IS noon; , Leaves, 3.30 p.m. ; Returns, 8.80 p.m. V TDMDaY. . ' Leaven, 8.30 a.m.; lleturnu, 10 a.m. Leaven, 3.30 p.m. ; Returns, 6 p.m. Wednesday, do., do. Thursday, do., do Friday, do., do. sATtmiur. Leave*, 8.30 e.m ; Returns, 10 -a.m. Lmvoh, 3 Ji.m. ; Return*, 4 p.m. Leavea, & p.m. ; Returns, s p.m. FARB9-THREE SIULLIKG8. B. LYNCU. Proprietor. ?nAILYCOACtl BETWEEN RF.MINE *-- AND ZEEUAN. Concb Leaves Romino every TOEfeDAY, $ THURSDAY, AND , SATCBDAY, At 10 o'clock. LEATKB ZKEnAN EVKRY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY, ' At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AND FAULKINEE, Proprietors. 4 NDREW BEOS, ft KERB. ZHBHAlt AND DUNDAS LIRE 01 O O A OH X 8. ' LlAVB ZBEHAN AT— 8Ma.ni. £p.tn. L3UV« DONDAS AI— 10 a.m. *30 p.m. ZEEHAN LIVERY STABLES. p KENNEDY Begs to notify ...

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

Postal Information. Mnlls close at Zeehan for Hobart and Laun eeaton every Monday, Weduesdsy, and Satur day, at 1 p.ni. Mails close at Zeehan for Dundas every Tuesday and Fridsy at 11 a.m. Mails due at Dnndaa for Zeehan every Wednesday and Saturday at 12 noon. Mails arrive at Zeehan. (com Uobart, Juaun ceston, 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 Post Office every Sunday irom 12 nooo to 1 p.m.

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