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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Business Notices F. 0. lORY, IMPORTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ? : o :-. ? 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, HOBAIIT. SOLE AGENTS FOB, Usher's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. j Wliishy ' Royal Bleud Whisky, Case and Jeroboams. ; Glon Dim (Own Special Blondl, Case and ? Bulk i E.& J. Barkc's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. \ da. Dublin Stout, { McEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. ( Bass & Co'a No. i Ale in Hhds, i Hhds, - Kilderkins, ond Firkins. Ailken's Falkirk Life Belt Ale. Bisnuit Dubouchc & Oo's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Jules Robin's Brandy, Cose and Bulk. Offlsy Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. Forrester's Sherries. Lemon Hart's W. Indian Rum. Board's Old Tom Jamaica Bum, etc. Holbrook's Sauces snd Pickles....

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

MiniDg Notices formation to a depth nf 30011 to 400ft, and these cuttings extend nlmui unwell wacross the lode. Under these circumstances gold-bearing stone can he produced hy tunnelling nnd working of faces without ?inking ?hafts. lMcrring to my recom mendation re investigation*, 1 would advise erecting a small assay plant on Iho ajint, and nlso n dry nnninle crusher (with three wooden stampers driven by water wheel), as nearly all the uillcrent features of this extensive lmlo aro acces sible. Samples of a few cut*, can be crushed and a well rcductrisatnplc assayed, ench result being noted on d plan of the propcrlv on the plnco corresponding to that part of the lode from which the sample whs taken, wilh noles nnd comment*. Such a proceeding will f iirniRh not onlv a rclinbls eslimnlc of the rnlnn of the properly, but will also give a I tbc nroiB fnry dnin in regard to the extension of the workings us well as the erection of the mnchincry for treatment. So far ns the ?nauhineiy ii C...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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TASMANIA. HOBART, May 25. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

TASMANIA. tUT KLKCTlUe TBLF.ORAm.1 (Fnoa Ouk Okii CoaaisrosnBKi). Hodakt, Mbt 25. QUEEN'S lilRTnDAY. As usual, to-day wna obsrved ne a general linliilnv iu the city. Tlic hrcr at Government House war not numerously attended. The customary review pasted on* vr-rv satisfactorily. In lite evening the Kin: Brigades held n torcliliKlil profession, which waa most Rueccesliil, the streets licin« lined tluonghout with ninny fpec tutor. IlOIUItT FOOTHALt. T- e fuoil.nll nintcli. City ngainrt llolc hrouh. took plare In-ilny in the presence of lielnem .'1,000 nnd 4,0'fl pcreonp. During the first quarter the City club had rather tlio lifst of the panic, lint 111- ir opponents woke, up nftor\\ smlF, ari'l i. i in. .;n» ii n nmllpi'R liicnniQ mora fqim. uunng me l.i't quarter tho llo'ehrnnk hml the hnl of the Rime, hut tli-ir kicking win bail. The result «ns that Hit City w-m hy 4 coalu nml 3 U.himls, npiinBl ihe [Iololiiook'a a goals and 15 bchiuds. May id. . RlOtl SIUVlSR Ftt) VT 11'. Ufi'.it H...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 25. THE BEAR HILL BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] Troll »ia *wn coniiKsrsJiniwT.] VICTORIA. MuuipOBsr., May 25 TOE BEAR niLL BOOH. It is likely that troublo will arise out of iliorcoeni Bear Hill Doom. A writ bas'beohaslued against one sharcbrokor for L2000 damagw, mid «g«inst another for L120'. Several other writs are in *]if-inaratiou, and will lie served this week. SUSPICIOUS J)EaTH AT BAIAARAT. At the inquest on Mrs Carter, who fiied pnd-r suspicious circumstances at Ballarat, tlio medical evidence showed that death ensued from blood poisoning duriug premature confinement. In nc porfance with the verdict a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Mrs Ulizalxjtb Taylor of Richmond. 1 -BAIiUKAT MURDERS. Purday, a resident of Ballarat, cut his wife's throat with a table knife on Saturday, ana tlio wound is expected to prore'fatal.- ' Domestic troubles bad set Purday drinking. May zf-. At Ballarat, Nicholas Hecncy, a wcak-rainded man, »g«1 58, w«s found brutally murdered on Saturday nigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Mining Notices SECTION No. *$* NOM'II Dl'SDAS. NOTICE OF HEETISG. AMeetinp of Pcrmns intf resled in tlie above Section (known ns Mincas) will be licM nt the office of (lie rnidcr Eisne.1, on WEDNESDAY, aid Juno, IIS8I, at 8 p.m. BrFiKEss: 1. To form a Company, elect officeis, anil adnpt rules and regulations' ?2. For any other business that mny arise or occasion may require. M, STACKU0USB. Lannceston, I4lh Mny, 1891. COMSTOCK MINIS' COMPAXy No LumuTr. TO Ahl. WHOM IT MAY COSCERN. Kotice 1b hereby giren— all Tenons are cautioned against Cutting or Removing Timber, Stone, or any other material from the above named Company1, property without having fiKlJpermission from the undersigned. GEOKG1! KIRKl'ATMCK, Mine Mamger. May ii, 1601. THE CUNTJ1AL BUN DAS (TAS MANIA) SILVER-MINING COM J'ANV (Xo LuniLliY). NOnt'B is hereby jlvea that the First General Half- Yearly Mtetinj of Sliareholders in the above Company will bo held at the Doard Room, Prell's Boildinjs, Queen^treet, comer Collins.st...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Correspondence. OUR POSTAL SERVICE. TO THB IDITOH. Sm.-Kioaij allow B« -p-u to call attcn tion to a natter irliich should romrotud itielf to the immcdinto con»idor«tioo ot the head of the IWtil Department. Sums montliB ago poBtftl notei were iBsard, bo that those having to remit Bmnll -ami of money Maid do so b; purchasing these notes and Bending B»me, iDileBid of hftfiop recourse to the AionQy Order Office. In such thinly populated places ai St. He'ane, Gould's Country, and other places in the oo'onv where xnoney.ordera are iBBuedthoaepostal notes can be obtained. Then, inaginemyearprise whens little time back upon applying at the load pott office for one of time rotes, I was taformed 'none were issued here.' This seems strange indeed, and 1 can see no earthly reason for it. fniely Keehin l( of far more. importance than the places pre viously named, ltesidents here »MJ often have to aend BniaH Bumsinpajmentof culls to the cities, and it is vexatious to hate to obtain a money order ...

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The Zeehan and Dundas Silver Fields. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

The Zeehan and Dnntlas Silver Fields. Sir K. N. C. Braddoii, Agnit-Gcnernl for Tasmania, in a paper on tho 'Bi-cent Dm-l»in»i nt ol Tosuianiiiu Industries,'1 road liy him before (lie S icioty of Arts, London, on March I7tli last, i-jioko of the .Silver Fu-Ut «» iollnms :— Three years ago, while 1 was yet in Tas. mania, meu were sanguine as to the West Coast silver mines; experts from the continent of Australia hwl vis'.tc.l and reported favor ililv unnn the claims then known : capita Sowed In from Victoria, .New South Wales, and !*outb Australia ; 30,000 acrts were leased or applied for as silver claims between Mounts Zeehan and PundoB ; and a small township was struggling into existence at ZeeV.nu. The promise was so gratifying, and so largely conGrmed by the Government Geolfgicai .^urveror, thst the Government was induced to undertake the construction of a line of railway fiom Mount Keehan to the port of Strahsn, and only, when tbU line is opened, three or four mouths hence, will ...

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Intercolonial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Intercolonial Notes'' In Melbourne, somo 5000 moa are in wnnt of employment, and no less than fOQO b'juses iu thu city and suburbs nre empty, llic bnil iuK trades are doinff no ivoik to speak ef anl artisans are leaving to bl-|.|; work elsewhere, Melbourne 1 leaped loo suddenly, her population hav ing increiiscif nearly a quarter of n million during the last ten years. Tho grass population of Victoria is too small to support n vast city like Melbourne. Speaking at liobar! fo a 'Mercury' reporter, Mr James Mills, malinger of the Union Steamship Company, said, speaking of tlier amalgamation with llic TS.N. Co, tlint it wus not in pursuance of any jiolicy uf aggression or general extension, be cause iit'c profess to confine ourselves* solely to tlio hades in direct coaueclion Witli New Zealand. This applies more particu larly to Tasmania, and we look upon it as a national alliance, seeing that it is not tlio dircot route betwditi Now ZntUml ami Australia, aud wo nlroa-ly h*vo ,u sliure...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

MINING. Tho Adelnplo l'rnpiietwy S.M. Co. have isfiiicil their liret hnll'-yuirly rrpnrt, in which they Mnlu lliiit 30 (am (if firslclasn nml CO toils nf siwi.l-c'nss ore have Iv.oii raided frnm No. 1 tunnel. From the M.nna^M's report the directors fire of opinion ili.it nt v.ry slwtlnw -li=ptli goo.l niul hij-lily iiiMriiiililc'iiru hoilies c.Mst At the mine timo sinking is nrews:iry to twat lliwii, mul toncliimry ie icquircd In «ijic with tlie wntcr. This iho directors intend purchasing mid creeling on the properly m loan as powib'u nfur the rnihvny ti- Zci'lmn is c(im|)lol(;,l. In the menn'iime noil; of n. |iros|i:uliiig nature must l)r carri'.'d on. 'l)t Our special, Mn O. D. Oiosok.; ZEEHAN. JlALSTUUrR. The work oC developing this mine goes on niilioul any lutirkctl cluniro '* yet So. 2 ailil on liie enslcrn »Me .f ill, hill lms been driven 510ft., Bcrcrnl inin-.rnliscil lormnliuns hiitiing licen passed through, The coimtiT rm.0: bus for some ti'iie past .unsifted ol blnck s'nl...

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Strahan. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Strahan. I from onn ows correspoxdest.] Mr H. V. Bailey, when en route to Zeehan lait Monday, made some enquiries re the com. plaints about the postal service, with a view to luaMn- aotne alteration. He learnt that tie Zeehan mails were left in the st ibles until tbe morning of departure of the mail, vrben it was nut on the train, and taken by it as far as the Henty. He has given instructions for the Zeehan mails to be tsken to the post-office here, and they are to he taken possession of by the Keahan-?tn-han contractor at that office. He alto learned that the mail due here from Zeehan o:i Sunday generally reached ua oa Monday afternoon, and sometimes on Tuesday, and he was informed that the Zeehan null arrived at 6 o'clock on Monday night. We want a pillsr boi on the Eaplanade aud tome one to cle.lr it, and another tronhle is, that the tunit arrives on Sunday mornings generally, aud is not delivered until Sunday evening at 8.30 p.m. Now, as things are, the overland mail closes at 9...

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Stock & Share Market. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

dock A Shave Slarlcet. The Slock Kxchangesof Zeehan and Hobart were doifid on Monda-y in honor of the Queen's birthday. ZEEIU.N STOCK KXCHANGU May 26. The Secretary of the Zeehan Stink Ex diang^ reports the following sales aud quota tiens on 'Change -.— Morning. Adeliide, s 7s Adelaide (paid np), 7s Ainslie, 8 Is Anderson, h 2s 2d, a 2- 3d Austral, b 6s 4d, s 6s 9d BaUtruu Central, b Ss 2J, s 2s Gd, sale) 2s 2d Lord Dundas, b la. ? Is 2d HUostria Broken Hill, b 2U, a 2re Melbourne Proprietary, a Hi 2d Mete r No. 1,. 3b O.-eana, b 7e lOd, s 8s 9d Owen Meredith, b 5s 7d, s 5s lid New I'yramiJ, b 2a 6d, a 2s 8d Planet, bJEI5, s £19 Ravage, b £10 17s, a £11, sales £10 17s Success, b 3s fld, a 3s 7d ?uot«!S ICilended,* Is 9d Succui Eiteo.ieJ (-paid up), b Is 9,1, s 2s Sylvester, h Cs lOd, s 7a Afternoon. Adelaide, s 0s Gd Adams, b Is 9J, ? 2s Id Adelaide (paid up), - 7s Anderson, h 2s 3d, « 2s t Jd Austral, b Cs 4d, a 6s 3d Balstrnp Central, b 2s l(d, a 2s ii Lord IJuuda', b Is Id, s U S...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, May 22. THE ETATE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

European Gables. fBY SUBMARINK CABLE.] (rnoH odr aim oorrbbpondkht.) London, May 22. TI1E ETATA. It is reported tlmt tlio Chilian rebel steamer Etntn will surrender to the United States authorities after baring transferred munitions ot war to tin; Esmereidii. tHR UNION COMPANY OF NRW ZEALAND. The Union Steamship Company ot New Zealand Iikvc arranged to run tlieir steamers to Vancouver's Islnmi iind Honolulu, in connection with tlieir San Francisco strficr. DESTITUTE KCSSIAK JBVTR Fire thouwnd destitute Russian Jews nrc arriving in London every week from Russia. Tlieir presence is causing ninth anxiety among the working classes, esppcUlly nmoiig those onjrngod in manufactories. iBtsn laniTmll passed. Tiie Iriiji Land Purchase liill has 'panned 'through Committee! in the Houso of Commons. IRISH PARMASKNTARV POND. Fifteen thousand dollars, bnlancs of money collected in America towimis the Irish Parliamentary Fund, hnvo been remitted to ArcliliUhnp Crokc and Justin McCarthy, to be emplo...

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

The Elections. Tlie following list completes the polling ret irn- for tlie whole ol Un- colony :— Nouth Laubceston. I^tte,H. U ? 5« »«rcU, P ? 428 Fowler, A. K ? »?« Wes.ru. Utte aud Barrett elected. »? South l.AUNCF.sroN. Sutton, S.J ? 6»5 llanaoll, W ? 602 Scott, 1.1 ? *n MacJouald. A ? 306 Dogan, P. B ? W3 Mesara. Sutton ami Bsrtnoll sleeted, Oampbkli. Town. Beni«tt,W ? 179 Jonen, K. J. ? 129 Mr Beunott elected by a msjority of 60. Dn/niMKr, Hart. J. ? Wi Best, J ? 166 Cameron, N ? ™ Smith, CJ. L ? *2 Mr Hart elected by a majority of 16. Dktox, li*sr. Henry, J ? - '«» Murray, II ? «s Ailkenbe.,1 W ? *%- Messrs. Henry and Mnrr»v elected. Devos, Wht. McC!all,.T ? S3» Ahwck, Vf. C ? 8» Button, W. 1) ? «' Vms, J. A. ... ? Bl l)r JluOall elect..! bj a msjority of 4*7. Von -t«lglilr, 3. 6. '!'.. ... 21* Falkiner, J ? »« Unmeron, E. K. ? I'1 Cox,J. ? 100 Here Von Steiglits elected by a majority of C9. New Norfolk. I«athan, G ? 365 Lloyd, C. G. II. ? 1=8 Mr l.m,tk\m sleeted by a majority...

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SPORTING (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (BY OUR SPORTING CORRESPONDENT.) CLARENCE RACES. HOBART, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

SPORTIJSG (BT KLKCTBIO TBUIGBAPHI. (by obb sroBTiso cottnEsroNDENT). CLillENUE RACES. Hodabt, May 25. The Clarence lUcet took place today, with the following resulto :- TnlAt, BT1KIS. Sterling, fist 31b (Spoowr) ? I ChristmM Carol, 6et 71b (Ooaoh) ? 2 Springtrap, 8st Mb (Wood) ? 3 w 1 Won bv two lengths. ^ HANDICAP HURDLE BtCE. Toothpick (Hannagan) ? ... 1 Springlwp (Wood) ? 2 Jlerriman (Uonrlej) ? 3 Merriman had a long lead, when ha atttrved off tbs course, losing ground, which lie wai onalile to recover. Dividend, £5 5i. rost Bacl. r/cenza (Kirkham) ? 1 Little Duke (Spencer) ? 2 CamiUe (Lumsden) ? 3 CLAHEKCE H1KDICAP. Sterling (Spencer) ? 1 Uelene (Holding) ? 2 Young Hero (Evans) ? 9 Owing to the jockeys mistaking tin wim, some confusion arose, neceaaitatlDg thi ran being run over a astond time. If AKDJCAP 7BOT. Darkey (Evans) ? 1 Tommy (Porthoo.se) ? 2 Keil Slick (Ward) ? ... 3 There was a splendid finish in this raos. BivideoJ, £16 15s 1XT1KO HAKDICAP. Gsmperdown (Spencer) ? 1 T...

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Serious Gas Explosion at Hobart. HOBART, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Serious Gaa Explo sion at . Hobart. fr.Y IXKCTniCTELEGnAPH.J (FitOil OU11 OWN ConnESrONDENT). lloliAltT, Mny 25. A terrific Ra6 explosion took plice in Miller's BuiMiusF, corner of Murray ami Liverpool elredi, nt ten minutes past twelve this morninR. At tlio hour named, Mr n. Sco!t, the soliciior, entered liisofHcc mi tiif Keciunl floor of llic bnililinir. ami upon bis Blriking a ma'eli to ignite tlie sas a triiienilous explotiou ensmd. Tlie win-loirs of tbe building were smashed to atonm, mul the glnss driven across the fti-ect, the doors being Mown, off lln-ir binercs, nnd the plaster torn from tbe wal'a. The glass in Ihe wind iwa of Iiiikncope's shop opposite was broken Mr Scott t'scap^d with numenniB cuts nnd bruise?, nnd a severe shock to tlio nervous ayttoin. The noise of the explosion wns henrd fully a mile away. Mr A. P. .Miller was injured, lint bis insurance docs not cover risk iiKim-t gas explosion. It is not vel known whether the wnlls o£ the building are injured or not....

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

-- ? Postal Information. Mails close at Zeehan lor Hobart and L,»uu oeBtou every Monday, \Vcdnesday, and Satur *&*ils dose at Zeehan for Dundas every Tuesday and Friday nt 11 a.m. Mails close at Duudss for Zeehan every Wednesday and Saturday nt 12 noon. Mails arrive at Zeeb.au from Ifabart, Laun coston, and other places every Sunday, Tues day, and Friday at 10 a,ra. Mails for places beyond Tasinanu are made up and despatched By the firs4 mwl leaving for Hobart or Uuncnton. There b ? delivery at tb. Zechan ToBt Office every Sunday from 12 nooa to 1 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Conveyances r»AILY COACH BETWEEN BEMINE V AND ZEEHAN. Conch Leaves Itcmino every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, ASD SATURDAY, , At 10 o'clock. LKAVK8 Zf.EIIAN EVEnY MONDAY, . WEDNESDAY, AND FBrDAY, At 10 o'clock. DROOKS AND FAULKINEB, Proprietors. A NDltKW BUOS. & KBKK. ZEEHAH AND DUNDAS LIRE OF COACHES. LrAVE ZBEIIAN AT— 8'3(l u. 2p.ln. LEAVE DUM'Afl AT — 10 a.m. 8.30 p.n-. ZEEHAN LIVERY STABLES. p KENNEDY Brgs to notify to the Public that ho tins opened a Livery and Unit Slablcs and hopes by strict attention to business to mcrito fair slmrc of patronage All communications promptly attended to. Orders received nt MULCAHY'S HOTEL, Commercial Hotel, Zeelmn. Stookand Shareorokers TASMAKIAN SILVER FIELDS. ADAMS and LAMB, STOCK AND SHABEBBOEKBS, ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS Legal Managers, Mining and Commission Agents, Members Zeeban and Hobart Stock Exchange. Sales of Properties negotiated. TjO BIN SON & I'EAD Stock and Sliarcbrokcrs, Mining and General Coinmissiou Agents. ZEEHAN & DU...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1891. STRAHAN TO ZEEHAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

l^Iian § jp -Hildas ijjcrali -torttt m- «istl»obH«l«aiiM ror to* wrong that n«4f nrtfltaliM Por tb« futam t& tlt« a*.mBm AAd Oft Booa tk»t wt «&A do.' WEDNESDAY. MAY 27, 1691. STRA.HAN TO ZEEHAN RAILWAY. Next month the extended time for the completion of the Railway from Strahati to Zeehan expires. It is unnecessary for us to point out that it will remain unfinished at that time. When the Minister of Lauds and Works was here in January ho pledged himself to have the line through before the ead of June ; he went further when he stated the Governmeut would take it over if the contractors were not likely to have it rcadv bv that date, aud finish it, s» that on the first day of July reason able comtauuication would undeniably exist between the Silver Fields and otherparts of theColony. Tbetirnehas now arrived, aud we wonder what ex cuse the Government will give for its nonfulfilment ; no excuse that they can offer will override the fact that the work remains unfinished. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 May 1891

Special Advertisements: T^U m¥k k laTnI) k lection ALL CLAIMS against llic HOX. N. J. BROWN, ill conncctioB with tlie above Election, must tic forwarded AT ONCE lo llic undersigned. A. L. BUTLER, Agent, Collins-street, Hobart. qpHE COMMERCIAL BANK OF TASMANIA. ^Limited). ESTABLISHED, 1835. Capital Subscribed ... £500,000 Paid up ? £125,000 Besom Fund ? £150,000 A BRANCH Of this Bank is now OPEN AT MOUNT ZBBHAN, Under tUe management of Mr G. F. Henry. C. J. BARCLAY, Managing Director. THE BRITISH BANK OF AUS TltALIA LIMITED. (LATE THE VICTORIAN FREEHOLD BANK LIMITED.) AuthoriseitSapital ? £1,000,000 Subscrib^Sitto ? 519,240 Faid-updsid ... ... ??« 153,848 Reserve Fund and undivided profits. ? W,7i2 Lnunccston Branch, 24 PATTERSOK-TKEET. Tiismanian Directors : Capt. S. Tulloch ' Hon. Adye Douglas Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Per Annum. 8 months ? 6J per cent. U months ? ??? 5£ per cent Rates for longer terms on application. Interest is payable half-yearly on fixed deposits for ...

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Wreck of the Craigburn at Port Philip Heads. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 May 1891

Wreck of the Craig bunt at Port Philip Heads. The four-masted birque Croigburn, which anchored off & lee shore on' Friday morning, May S, about tan miles to the eastward of Point Kepean, drifted in gradually during the day, and at 10 minutes past 11 o'clock at night bumped hetrily, and stuck faaC on a t-ef of -jagged rocks at a. spot koowa a« tlie Divide, si few miles further in the direction of Cape Scbanck than the place where the steamer Cheviot was lost four yenrs ago. Two twain left the reisel. The first, containing Pilot ltlauchard, who was in charge at the time, and the second mate and II men, put out to ao» at a quarter-past », when the Ion of the Teasel was inevitable, and entered tlie Heads late on Saturday afternoon. The second, containinr tbe boatswain and 11 men, w.ia lowered soon after 11 o'clock, and , endeavored to make tbe shore afc-iut a J, quarter ol a mile distant. It capsized before it h»d gone many y.-.rde, »iid five of the men were drowned. The remaind...

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