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HOBART. HOBART November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

HOB ART. :. [BST-JSLECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] '; j!j$jji;pp&,OWN- COanESPONBENT.] K Sob art, November 5. A depnta$gjn/of residents .of West Coast, ?wil''!^p|4)6n piiustordf Lands fo-niorrowirfppie. purpose, of bringing finder bis.-.ijjgpbo, Btate'of road ''between Bemine and-Strahan, Bellinger arrived at Williamstown from Strahan yesterday on oruing early ?she is expected to jeave on return trip ' '? : '? ? ? ' November G. The iDundas Bailway -Bill _ passed second reading in Council last night by a majority of one, Mr. Gdlibrnnd hav ing moved that the Mil be road that day. six month?. It passed through Oojuuijttae with some minor amend ments, and now awaits third reading to-morrow.

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Discovery of Coal at the Henty. HENTY. November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

Discovery of Coal at : the Henty. [BY ELECTKIC TELEGRAPH.] [iHOM OUH OWI^CORItESl'ONDliNT.] Henti', November 5. Mr Montgomery, tho Government Geologist, inspected Messrs. Jones and Belbuue's limestone discovery close to the Henty River and Railway, to-day, and pronounces the rocks exposed in the creek to distinctly belong to the lower coal measures, aud found a layer of shale with ; embodied fossils of ' gloss opleris ' and 'tilenioptere,' and indicated the spot where the diamond drill will probably strike coal no great distanco down. The creek where the rocks show, falls two hundred odd feet in balf-a-mile by a series of cascades and has a grand How for motive power. The prospectoi-6 have marked oft three hundred and twenty acres for coal,_ also a sufficient water-right reserve, and several acres at head. Mr Montgomery is highly gratified with tne magnificently, interesting aud importaut end of hisjtour, and the important matter the Zeeban mineral field has furnished i or his repor...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

;-? — : — -? — ? ? :*— . Intercolonial Cables. [FPOM OUR OWN COBRESFONDEKT.] VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 5. At the district Court this morning four bookmakers, Robert Phillips, Jim ,-' ? Wall, Barney Allen, and Jack Cohen were fined J^Etfitjpith four guineas costs ' each, for, 7nsgBSg?l3ieir tobacconist shops \- Jot the 'purpose of betting. The Ministers were sworn in this poruing at the Executive Council i Chamber} and subsequently held a ^v;' -toeetiiigof the Cabinet. Ten cases of gambling at Flomingtou, were brought before the Court this morning' and remanded. Carbine's effort in the Cup yesterday, lias resulted in temporary lameness, it iaving been i'ouud that his heel had again burst. He will probably be able to appear again on Saturday. Mr. Byron Moore -estimates attend ance at Cup at 120,000, total takings . .were £2,000 more than those of last year. The inquiry into the mysterious death of 'i; 'Vrfcha ,Cook was continued to-day, med to*, r? vidence showed that death was ca...

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STRAHAN. JOTTINGS FROM STRAHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

STBAHAJST. JOTTINGS FltOM STRAHAN. [by '' lumpee.'.1] r.-The departure of the s.s. Bellinger from here on Sunday last for Melbourne caused quite a sensation, the wharf being crowded with people. Although her delayed de parture will be 'disappointing to some, aud will considerably curtail their stay in that city, it, may, perhaps, be quite long enough for others, as I have no doubt there will be some ireturning here with heavy hearts and light pockets. One knowing old bird (a married man, whose wife resides in; another part of the island), thinking, it ,a rare chance to fling a loose leg, unknown to his better half, availed hiiniseJf of the opportunity, but before going thoughtfully wrote two letters to his wife,, post-dating them, and left them with a lady here to post at different dates, thereby letting his wife console herself with the idea that her ' dear one ' was hard at work, instead of backing the wrong horse and mashing thd barmuids in Melbourne. But he was not very well, ve...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

SPORTING. Tlic following are the acceptances for the V.U.C Hlfifiplochase, to be run at Fleming-ton to-morrow: — Titokowara, 12st 711) ; Sir Wilfred, 12st 4lb; Prosper, list I21b; Bnxon, list Ulb ; Orangeman, list 8ib; Lawler, list (ilb ; Buasco, list Olb ; liapjo, lOst JOlb; Bushman, lOstlOlbj Shanks, I Cist 81b; Ulysses, lOst Mo; Hortense ]I, 10sl 7lb ; Lyro Bird, 10at 7ib ; Miiui'uinc, lOst. 31b ; Confidence, lOst alb; Sir Joshua, lOstalb; Sorewreiich, lOst Olb ; Miirmion, 9st 121b; iiarrie Aiibl, Ust 11 ; Emetfe, 9st 10)b ; Scandal, ?gsUOIb; Satan,- min\h-\ Waiter, ««t rib;

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MINING. THE SILVER FIELDS OF AUSTRALASIA COMPARED [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

MINING. [BY OUR SPECIAL, Ml*. 0. I). GlBSoilj. THE SILVER FIELDS OF AUSTRAL- ? ASIA. COMPARED. I An old adage says that 'comparisons, ? are odious.' This may be, but nevertheless I ? they are essentially useful, aud in ventux. ? ing on tlie above discussion ttie' writer is H aware that he is taking a bold. step. The ? special function of: the Press is, 'however, ? to. promote free discussion, aud, as your ? mining Teportcr, I do not hesitate to un- I dertakc a due responsibility in this respect. I To begin with, on tho Barrier, which, it I must be admitted, has tho credit of being I the leading silver field in the Southern I Hemisphere, wbat do wo find? There I exists an enormous fissure lode, the, like of I which has' never been equalled in the I world's liistory. This fact is .readily ad- I mittcd by the most experienced experts iu I silver mining that have been ' brought I thither from America. Since the advent ? of these Americans we have learned much, I and to them and our own ...

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ASSAULT CASE. [Before Messrs E. H. Fawell, S.M., and T. B. Moore, J.P.] STRAHAN, October 28. HARRISON V. GAFFNFY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

ASSAULT CASE. Imiom oun own comiEsroNDESTj. [Before Messrs E. H. towel 1, S.M., mid - ^ . T. B.Moore, J.P.] ?,? , Sxuahak, October 28. HARRISON V. GAFFNEY. J. J. (Jaffney was. charged by Dr. ' Hnnipon with assaulting him in )m ' (Qbffnev'B) hotel on the morals ot the ' ? a2)ia-inWf Mt Omant for plHintifr.de ' ienda&t acting. bri:-l;is own behalf. W. H. p- ?-3H»rn=.pS;.:fi#qrjit;said :. I nm.a.duly qu&li-.. ^'?^BM-^inBSipal ? practitioner, rositthi^. at &Mfl^'M-&tibtiiiiig of Wednesday, sovuml survey plans ho was making for mo o!' suctions of land. I weut with him lo Hid holel. He waul tip toliis own room fur the piano, and I went into the beat dining-room. Soon after the dofcndniit came in lo the room, ami indeed mo if I win \v;iiling for any por.son. I told liimi wns Uiore l-y appointment. He then ordered v e on(, of (lie room, nnil when I refused to go, bo look bold ol' me uud ultumptcil to oject mo from the room. He then left mo. Upon Mr Jones' ret...

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European Cables. LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

European Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLES]. (FKO81 OUE OWN OORRESl'UNDNT.) London, November 4. It is considered probable lliat the whole of the carpenters lhri-ug)iout England will strike for the eight Lours ^principle, and Tor ] Od per hour wages. -' The Victoria Chinese test case has been set down for hearing on the I Itli hist. Very great interest is being taken in the case, and a strong bar has boon secured by both parties. la consequence ot the ijonaou uockcrs strike, Jiiejtehants and others interested in shipping are stipulating that steam . ships shall load and discharge at Ply mouth. ' ? ' ' . f -The Agents-General of Australia and the. Hon. C. A. Railces, Postmaster Creneral, have arranged that the 2£d postal service between England and Australia shall come into operation on Jaujf&ry 1. Postcards will bo carried TjStJIsilj?,. whilst deficient postage will be ^:d||r§0(l double rates. JdSphliSBrindisi mail train service will J'fjSe^ilpSiued, and France and Italy will Wias...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

Special Advertisements THE ZEEHAN & PUNDAS HERALD. Published Tri-weekly. Subscription : 6s. per Quarter « ; in Advance. TlISSQLtJriON OF PARTNER u NERSHIP. 'We/the undersigned, trading under the name and title of WALTER BOSS & CO., Blacksmiths and Wheel wrights at Zeehan and Remine, have thifTday DISSOLVED PARTNER SHIP by mutual consent. All Outstanding Accounts due to the above firm must be paid within fourteen days to Mr. H. S. Layton , (care of M. Ross), of Zeehan, whose .receipt is sufficient discharge. Ac counts owing by the above firm must 'be sent in without delay. WALTER ROSS. - i; 'Charles woodward. ^Oct^; 1890. : ?. WALTER* ROSS ^?^akes this opportunity of thaukiug 'ibis numerous patrons for their past Support, and: begs to inform them and ihe public generally that he is still carrying on the business a^t the old ^dSasBsj Zeehan. GiWOODWARD ,ind A. THOBS Have much pleasure in announcing ,'that they have purchased the Remine '?! business, where workmanship ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

Shipping ? ? »FX' REYNOLDS & CO.'S ' Line of steamers between H.OBAltT AND STRAHAN. « BELLINGER,' 2S0 tons, loaves Hobart every Wednes day at noon, and Stmhan every Friday at 3 p.m. f ' BOWRA,' 250 tons, or 'PIONEBK,' 100 tons, leaves Hobart every Satimlny, and Strahau every Tuesday. . 'ADVANCE,' For Trial Harbour every opportunity. Stock ani Sharabrakers BAYLEY &WALCH STOCK ob SHARP. BROKERS, 10, ELIZABETH STREUT HCBAttT, TASM AN I A. Ernest T, Simonds, Stock ajtd Sqaredkoker, 10, ELIZ .BETH STll EEL, HOBaKT. miLLEY & WESTCOTT, X 84 COLLINS ST., HOBAHT. BtOCK. AND SHAREB11OKEK8 AKU QEtfEBAt COMMISSION AGENTS, ttobitt Stock Exchange Attended Daily. vStP^ANt-SHAREBROKE% -— ' , ? (Commission only). BfcGOLAtt ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. Clients' Stock obtained and placed at best prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, 16, COLLINS STBKET, Hobaht. Telephone 206. E. MACE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, MINING & COMMISSION ». AGENTS. 93 A'96 COLLINS ST., HOBART, TB...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1890 OUR SANITARY CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

'For Die cause tint Inckn assistance For Hie wronK tliut needs rcKistauce Vor the future in the distance And the good that we can io.' FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1800 OUR SANITARY CONDITION*, Fiiancis Bacon, in his ' Advanfomient of Learning1, written early in the seven teenth century, says ' Cleanliness wag ever esteemed to proceed iroin a due reverence of God,' and ages Ijeforo that period, in 1J!)O ii.c., strict cleanliness was enforced in the law of Moses. Any onn unacouainted with the fact that Zeehan residents have for months past btan doing their utmost to obtain the assistance of the Government to lift the town. from the slough of filth and dis ease into which it is rapidly sinking, would certainly thiuk that cither they do not agree with 1'rancis Bacon- or else they are wanting in ' duo reverence,' and as for observance of the law of Moses ! Why Moses was an old fashioned Conservative, and no one now-a-days — certainly no one on the West Coast of Tasmania — would think of obeying ...

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SHIPPING HOBART, Wednesday. SAILED. 2.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

SHIPPING. ^BF ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ' f IEOM OCR OWN COBRESPONDENT.] HO HART, Wednesday. 8A.1LK1). 2-40 p.m. Bowra, 68., J. McNair, for Stnihan. Passengers — Messrs. Bailey (2), Hull, Bortey, Dolierty, Catto, Congau, Frisch, McMurray, Smith, McGravo, Howard, Collins, Shea, Depon, Doodye, Tliouias (2) Zantiqg (2), Anderson, Budd, Dolles, Alex ander, Johnson, Harrison, Williams, Jones, O'Rourke, Henry, Horc. Horse* Jjoco motive, open cargo, and ?0 sheep. Agents — T. A. Reynolds & Co. Koonya. s s; 120 tons, W. Madden, for Strahan. * Passengers :— Messrs. Wilson, Smiib, Muldraney, Coio, Miles, Hooper, Sheet, Lea, ^ecchoks, Hore, Hammer, Tbeisen, Cearop, Thoma, Fitzpatrick, Kcrr, Fimm, T-a*v»?, '-Knight, Chalmers, Burrows, Francis/Kaliil, Williams, Mrs Dalgleish, and 2 children, Misses Liza (2),&Delolier, Contain McCullum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 November 1890

C ? _ ? Business frionoes. ? | BTJEG-ESS BEOS, I WHOLESALE WINE,' SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, [-' AND COMMISSION AGENTS. SOLE -A-Q-ZEHSTTS FOR, *Rol- Roy,' 'Long John.' 'Galley Blend' £ : Whisky i; ' Revolver ' Ale and Stout l^'FaureV Brandy $ St. Uubert'a Australian VTJl«8 Berkeley Vinegar and Pickles ' Peach ' Brand Meats Dairy Butter Saineon Mixture Tea Gold Medal Milk Taylor Bros., Gocoa, etc. eto. I FERGUSON & CO., If. . HOBART, p HATE FOR SALE— I WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, I GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., m AL80' m Colonial Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, tic. pf. ? :o: ? p..' ' - Particulars on Application. I COLLINS & MTJERAY STREETS. || To the Tasmsnian 3^jpja[^^M|M|y Government p (Late Chas. Abbott,) I {S^nonwkr Hirtr Wntfymxkm, $tkdlm, Bub 11 , 3^TrSS/K/A'H' STBBBT, ECOBlA-^T. || ? ... ? ? . ? — — M Walch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the inost reliable work E men obtainable, arul otir prices are the rnost moderate* »| Any information regarding ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

Busines Notices EMP,OEITT1£ , ?Established 1«S26, . g\ NOEL WHffE~AND CO; GENERAL DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND CARPET WAREHOUSEMEN. ? 0 ? ,-v DRESSMAKING.- Orders Executed on the Shortest Notice. x ' ESTIMATES, SAMPLES, AND MEASUREMENT FORMS ON APPLICATION. MEN'S CLOTHING, A 'RSEAD|TSSKH$DREADY- SHIRTS ALS0- MADE TO ORDER. UNDERCLOTHING. SampIes and Mxrnt F;ms ^ BOOTS & SHOES, ROOM PAPERS, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ETG. SAMPLES OF ANY CLASS OF GOODS FORWARDED TO ANY ? PART OF THE COLONY. ? ^3\ 'TJZT 'FT TTR; CASH DRAPER, 123 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART, IS NOW SHOWING FIRST-CLASS ASSORTMENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS. Ladies living at a distance can by sending for patterns, estimates, and form of self-measurement, secure first-class costumes, perfect.fit, and latest style. «X. yWgKJLTS?'El9 CASH TTMl.'gX*O:E£ , 123 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART, .ES NOW SHOWING LATEST STYLES in COATINGS, TWEEDS, Etc. Gentlemen can by sending for form of self-measurement and samples secure first-class suits at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

? Bvi_smcBS_ Notice^ ? BTTEGESS' BEOS., WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GKNKRAL MLRCHANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS. SOLE .A-O-EItTTS FOE/, ''Rob Roy,' 'Long Joliu,' 'Galley Bleud' Whisky ' Rerolver ' Ale and Stout * Faure'B ' Brandy St. Hubert's Australian Vvmm Berkeley Viin'^.ir juk] Pickles ' Peach ' I? rand Meats Dairy Butter Samson Mixture Tea Gold Medal Milk Taylor Bros., Cocoa, etc. eto. FERGUSON & CO., HOBART, ]/''. HAVE FOE SALE— ,. WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., ALSO, Goiomat Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Ghaff, tic. r Particulars on Application. OOLLINS & MURRAY STREETS, To the Tasmanian 3ttm&S&£w&!8$&&d&i Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) Chronometer anfo Watchmakers, letoellers, atrb Importers. l&'U'HjTbAJT STREET, HOEULItT. ;.??;? Watch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the most reliable work-.: t.' ? men obtainable, and our prices are the most moderate. I Any information regarding...

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The Sport of Kings. ARTICLE II.—"GERMANY." [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

The Sport of Kings. ABTICLE II.—' GERMANY.' ^Bt the Wanderer. Pacing in Germany is a comparatively recent institution, and it is only of late years that it hsR awakened any decree of endiHBififm in tjie Teutonic race. Even at ilie present time it metis with *',ot noor *npport outside of llie hip citj,«. Not fo many decades ago, Germany reparded hotee rncing from n.uch the fame point of -view np did the Fhah of Persia, upon the ^ccpFinn of hip first visit to England, when, upon being invited lo ntlend a rnoe meet itip, Ttplif d ilipt lie didn't pee much in the *Tpo)1,jm he could quite understand that fvr Iiotfp rrnld ir.n fPFter tlian another f Howprer, he charged his ivne Inst year at ITenipton, xrlien tlio Prince of Wales backed s Yotfp tor 3:in-, vbich won. His delight ?was unbounded, jind it is flaied, he there and ilirn determined to introduce the sport in hip own rr-alm. During Ihe past few 3'ears racinp, poing band in hand as it always does with betting, has trmde rapid stride...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

Business Notices. ? Q n. WILLMOTT, HAT AND CAP MANUFACTUBEB, 126, LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBAET. The Latest Styles of Hats and Caps ahrayi in Stock or Made to Older on the Shortest Notice. Lowest Town Prioei. WEST COAST ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ' O PHINX ' TEAS FOE THE WEST COAST. Wo are Prepared to ? EXECUTE ALL ORDERS ENTRUSTED TO US For our Celebrated 'SPHINX' TEAS With care and despatch. Pbukedin 61b., 121b., and 241b.* chests and half -chests at le. 4d., 1b. 6d., Is. 9d., 2s. 2b, 3d., and 2s. 6d. per 1b. J. E. Cottier and Co., BOLE PBOPRIBTORS & BLBNDEES, LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBABT.

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1890 THE ZEEHAN DUNDAS RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

' For the u-n-« thit lnota «nhun-w For the trroug t)mt aeedt reatoteno* Tor the luturo In tlie dllWnoe And the good tbnt we omj do.' ^ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1890 ? ? — ? »4ii ? THE ZEEHAtf-UUNDA3? HAIL WAY. The syndicati! wlio have taken this de sirable work in liniiil are to be very heartily congratulated upon the passing of the Enabling Bill through both Hou3M of the Colonial Legislature, for tbere now remains but the necessary ? formality of His Excellency the Gover nor's signature before the work can be put in hand. AH classes of our com munity will benefit directly or indirectly liy the successful passage of the bill, which it must be confessed narrowly escaped being shelved, for it was only by a majority of one vote that it was carried by its supporters in the Legis lative Council : the unprogressive old world party in that governing body having made a bold III to add it to the list of desirable might-have-beens, the euiidunmation of which ha'e, in the past, dauo eo much to reU...

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Stock & Share Market [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

Stock -fc Shave Market ? :o: ? [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From Odii Own Correspondent.] Hobart, November 8. The following sates and quotations were made od the Hobart Exchange to-day : — Amalgamated West Tasmania, b 8s lid; Mount Victoria, b 2s 4d, a 3s, sales 2s Od; New Golden Gate, b 67s ; North ditto, b 8s 7d, » 3b 0d ; Starlight, b 2s ; Tas mania, b £8 2s 6d ; Argent, b 5s, b 6s ; Balstrups, b 13s, s 15s ; Comet, b 10s, s 11s ; Oomstock, b 12s 3d, s 13s,; Godkin (paid up), b lls 63, 8 13s ; Ditto (con tributing), 5 8s »d ; Hobart, b Mb, s £A6, sales £'46 10s;Kapi, b Is 9d ; Monte Cbristo, b 3s 3d, s 2s 5d ; Newstead. s 8d; Ontario (contributing), b 3Jd, a 4£d ; Montana, b 0s, s 9s Od; Pyramid, b Is 10d, 8 2s; Robinson, b 27s 0d,s 37s Od ; Grown, b £12 10s ; Duke, s 6£d ; Jnnotion, b la 9d, 6 Is lOd, sales Is »d, Is OJd ; Sing, b ' £?0, s £12 ; Queen, b £6 6s, s X'6 6s 6d, sales £6 6s; Queen (Extended, b 19s, s 19s 6d | Sunrise, b 6s 3d, s 6a, 6s 3d ( Western, b 3s 6d, s 4s \ Ande...

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Deputation. ROAD FROM REMINE TO ZEEHAN. HOBART. November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

Deputation. IIOAD FttOM HEMINE TO ZEEHAN. I [BY ELEOTHIC TELEGliAPH.l TfROM OUU OWN CORRESPONDENT. 3 11OBAHT. Novemboro. A deputation of persons interested in ? -h« West Coast, waited on the Minister ol I Lntuls to-day tor tlio purpose of urging the ? immediate constructi-m of a good road ? between Zeehan mid llemine. The Hon. ? John Wutchorn, Sf.L.C, introduced tbe I deputation. Jion. W. H. Burgess said I that he vv!is continually in receipt of letters I riom ttic. Const, complaining of tho wretched state of the road, and be could not condemn too strongly their preBcuJi construction, money voted for thetn.^vas frittered away by Government official?, who'carricd out road making. Tbe teams-, ters were piaetically unable to cart on tb'B';:, road between Remine nnd Zeehan, their burses being over tlieir knees in mud. He di'sircil to impress npou the Minister's mind the extreme urgency of 'taking immediate steps to see that bis orders to ituprovu tbe Reiniue and Slrahan road, ?were at o...

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