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Our Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
Our y Railway, j \F10m tho JfiuseAry tWflagrlag,1. va frWictj iho following:-^'Jt luntpi'-td in xour»; of the piowHinov ot a deputotlon;tl|fit waited on the Minister ol Ijauds ytwlerday tha' the hipca ol obtaining through com municition to Zcclinn per mil by the end of Jun-! nr) donniud to disappointment Consul iring Ilint there is now a |-0|-n'.-iti.iii ol 4,000 011 llie West Coast, and over 3,(100 nt Zeehan, tin 1 failure to estublUh ill- ? inennB of communiontion by rnidninter is a fitti.-tip inatu-r, mid propliecieR havu \tvM\\ heard thatlli'dli-clmiglil prove diHHstroua. In the tircntnilaiicf, Ihcicf.irc, the Minister ol l,.in-ls may probably ionli fnrwnr.1 with coiindcno* lo uskinjr Par liauipnt Ii appr.ive (lie rxtrcnio urn snr.'s he Ima i.nw talon, iiIw.ivh p nvidinu lhathi- D.'parlmcat is not tu blame iu connection with the long ib.-lay that hns taken place in lli-i c.iiislrilclinn of th, Zeehan linn. Finding flint it is iinpas«il-l- fur the contrnctins In run trucks throug...
Stock & Share Market. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
Mock & Share Murlset. Thom-.i Williami and Co. report the following sales at their Upen Call Exchange la-t niglit :— BalaUup Central, 3s 6d to ja 4d Coptic (piid op), (d No.tia.wUwoj, l«6dlolB6d Hocslrie 1). H. (paid up), £1 6- 6d Maeslrie.Ne-2, 'Ji.dto 114 MDrcl.i6on,laf.d'lol»61d Notonn, 10e Onna'j, la lOd White Onus, 5s New Pyramid, 2s SJd to 2a OW Ocem.a, 10i to 10a Id Savage River, £U 17j Gd to £10 Success. 3r 6d South Oceana, 2. 4 Jd to 2s 7id Sacramento, £8 !0s, ncnuisou Bell, £17 5» Market very active ; large bufincu done in Balatrup Central up to 4a 4d, and Marchi* eens up to lt6U there being over 150, eal:s elected »n the exchange. [BY ELECTRIC TELEORJirn.] IraOM OTR OWN COBBKErOUDEST.] lif.BAiiT. June 3. The following tales and quotation! were made ?n.the Hobart Stock Exchange to -lar :— ? . GOLD. New Gate, b £5 15b, s £-j fo South Gale, Ii3f,i Sa 5d New Pinafore, i2U SUr'ijht, raU-a 9s 3d AVert l'inaforo, Ii 4s, s Is 3d, s-Ies 4a Tasmania, b £8, a £8 t,s lull Moo...
Zeehan Hospital Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
Zeehan Hospital FTmd, Through pr.B-.nri! of h:is-ii.-9i we n-grcl that wo wrc uniblc 10 vi»ii our frien Is in c-innsction with tn-! above, but will cor tainly nv.iil nursclvis of Iho first oppur tanily olfodiin,'. In (hi mcantimo we shall I13 ptc.i^c I lo reo ivc the names arri cnnti*ihutio:i9 of those desirous of asFiMin; in this good work.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
Special Advertisements: mO ADVERTISERS ALL ADVERTISEMENTS, iralea other wise s-eciued1, will bo CONTINUED until WITHDRAWN' liv order of the advertiser. (JALDJil!, 'BOWDEN & CO., Proprietors ' Z. nuj D. Herald.' rilHE COMMERCIAL BANK OF TASMANIA (Limi i'kd). ESTABLISHED, 13-ii. Capital Subscribed ... £500,000 Paid up ? £125,O0r Boservc l-'und ? £150,000 A BRANCH Of this Bank is now OPEN AT MOUNT ZEEHAN, Under the management of Mr G. P. Henry. k C. J. BARCLAY, ? Managing Director. T. L HOOD, BOOKSELLER, STATIONJilt, AND 'music sellek, Has now opened his new And commodious business premise? situated ou tlic same Bite as the old place, between &Ieg8rs.'HuUQn Bros, and Waifs Hotel. T. L. Hood thanks the people of Zeehan and the surrounding Field for their favours Bince lie lifts opened, and hopes now he lias opened bis new premises to be able to supply the growing wants of tbe inhabitants. You will now hBrea good chance of seeing and selecting your requirements from his s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
Conveyances' ANDfcKW BROS. & KEBH. ZEBDAN AND DUNDAS . LINK OF COACHES. hurt Zeentv at— 9'SOa.m. i. Lt&vs Dukda* at— S fm. ZEJ5HAN LIVBHY SIAULKS. ? p KENNEDY Brgs to notiry to the Public tljot lit- lias onennl n Lively ouil Kait Stables nnd lioprs l-y strict alUntion to linnincBslo merit a fair share or patronage All comni'inicnlious promptly ntrended (o. Orders received at MULCAHY'S HOTEL, Commercial Hotrl. Zcehon. Stock and Shaiebrokers TASMANIAN SILVER FIELDS. ADAMS and LAMB, STOCK. AND saA.REBROKr.nS, ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS Legal Managers, Mining and Commission Agents Members Zechan and Hobart Stock Exchange. Sales of Properties negotiated. T-0 BINSON 4 PEAD Stock end Sharcbrokers, Mining and General Commission Agents. ZEEHAN & DUNDAS. ^ -M; a e i d, COMMISSION AGENT, ETC. ZEEHAN. ACOBS ft JOHNSTON, 6T0NE BUILDINGS. H&GQ.UABI&8TBEET, SOBAUT. Mr. EDWIN JACOBS, Aoconntant, Auditor and iaUnagar o( Cpmpauiei. Mr, A.O. KENT JOHNSTON, F.R.G.S, lilti...
SHIPPING. HOBART, June 3. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
ship pin a. (BT ELKOTRIO TELEGRAPH.) (most oin own coimEsroNDKHr.) KAN.1W. Bellinger (Oaptiin Drown) lor Mrnnan. Saloon : Mm. Lydett, Mines I.j-Jen, and two and Bvd children, MeB.rs. Galiray, Mitchell, Quinn, Hayiraod, HMkings, Murray, Ward, Lyden, and nine in steerage. Devon, s.s., Capt. Keid, for Strahan. Tm sengers — Satan : Miss Walker, Mnssre. Ekebtrg, Honey, .Anderson, Arnold, and fuur in the .?teeragc. ?
THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1891. RESIDENCE AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
For Uic maug th^l ntt-'.i resMum kni tbe good th&t w« cm Co.' FHIDAY. JUNE 5, 18M. EKSIDENCE AREAS. The crowded aud enthusiastic meet ing- re residence areas held on Wed nesday eveuiug last, is gratifying iu tlic extreme, showing as it does that the residents of Zeehan fully realise the .position iu which they are placed through the insecurity of titles they hold to the residence areas. We have repeatedly called attention to this fact, and it is pleasant to note that we were fully in touch with public opinion. The strictures we have passed on the vacilating aud unbusinesslike proceedings adopted by the Ministry of the day, were more than corrobrated by the opinions expressed by the speakers at the meeting held on last Wednesday evening, and they were unanimous in their condemnation of thftpast action of the Government, and the present precarious aud un satisfactory position they were placed in through the policy of the Hiuistry. It will be remembered that near the close of l...
Intercolonial Cables. THE VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 June 1891
liitercplpiiial Gables. njrsjjaMiRtNis cvble.i ftiaV* «»n iws connp.sreNnnxT.il Melbohrmk, June 2. ® UASt DDROLARV. The EnglitlirSoottiili, and Australian. ^ OliarteredBnnkat Doira^tcr nas broken into J»HJb1&ht;nnbe rubbers' farasTtho front door, but trcre unable to open tbu »fr. . *'?? *HJU 1THfflBU.lXB6Oi. ..?Dip!itli?ii» is Ummaiug ihrongluiut ^VlWibrimibHt ^pliutd is decreasing. *. '-???::Th»iE*«to»Ojitaf Union har« »binpid ' 'ii liiuro picked' 9bfarers to Qiieeualanil. 1 ^Xlio'rcr.iictmiijiury nt tin uqucst : -on the bodv of_ijicjijlw Heen»y, of Uallarat, is thatof 'MurlonJ by so3i« per»oi| qrMsnqna unknpirn, ; f) '- ftf.f fMtmnfif sbFrft[EALL voting.' '* Tl* Premier promised a deputation ,of tlm LiSor^itoto iSaj;' t]snt JieVoalj 1 inG335ce~inJIIl*Ior tho Abolition of j. ', ;Pjml|ftrtjjffiroiiJh» first fw~«V~a\T ? ? . 'MBiiuB.inrididwhtt'xpcet'tiira'ss^n ; Wo^irs-fiuffeigaJJili owiugtoiires gore of othpriiifittsr; ' 'j lias boun .conjmlttcll'-iiiir irial for cm - % PMvf...
Hints to Prospectors. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
Sints to Prospectors. (Hy T. AVam.ii Bamies, es-fidvcninunt LicturCBon Mclnllnrgy nml Mhuralopy.) iFromtho Hating Slanlarl.) Since the first discovery of fcoU in Aus trnlin, the bush . has been travcrs-:il bv patient and jiUicky men whi sicrifice the com'bitM nod conveniences of ctv i1istlio:i tr Hie' chance of a t.prady foltuno liv a lucky fiiM._llis!_nn-n make n l.nsincss 'o/'*' iiro.-nt'C(ing|v' ai.'^ff^'/'ivijn/ir JJM^i* i.cjb tlie mnjoril.v of them find' it Other;, in titnts when wuik is sl.-.cfc, innko an olch tiion&l jirnt-jieciing exp&liiion in tnc ait. trict in wliich Vivy li ]i|Kn I.) be. '? tucker' In ing p:ovi-Jcl by a ncigbbouriu^ tlorc lei-pcr, wlm, in return, expects a share in whatever niny rrsu'i from (he cxpi?^i(ion Souicliiiica a few city men or lomihlolt form a synilicnto to employ prosnictoi* in a locality which to them niii-i;i.rs promising. Timbtr yclleif, rabbit sliuuUTf, anil bounJory riders spcml their hours of labor in the bush, and each wo...
Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 4. FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
Intercolonial Cables. [BT 'SUBUIIMNS C.VBL'!.l [ninin »itn connsspwngsr.] . VICTORIA. MELBOnisNK, Juns 4. PATAL ACCIDENT. A fatal accident occurred at Carllon whereby J. O'Ncil, chemist, of Lvgoii Btreet, 'mrt Ws death by, Ming down stoirs.rHew«s discovered lying dead at the foot of the ftaira in « pool of blood, with a wound on tlic len.plo. . A ahuiter.uamed John Uobson, em ployed on tho Victuiimi ftailmys »ii-! with » fatfll ncejdent at tlio NMinm station. While (hunting (rucks his toot caaghVin the \riml. The trucks '.passed over his leg mij arm. Ho di.-d nlien I*ke4i to fhe lipsj.itnl. ?'''William . Jloss, employed at ??I'er- gUBori's 'Iron' Foundry* Carlton, fell Iwtwccn tho crank »f tlie onffino and the floor. He was cnHieii in » frightful . manner, and cxpuvd on r&icliiug tho - hospital. .-'??:??.. , JllllOfl. ^ : 'v'r *?? .-? toe j. n. scammelu : The Marine Board of Melbourne, has ♦ Sdecidc4 that Caulain Chapman, lute ^??niaitjirflt tl»a ship Joseph H. Ejsaiqniell, ...
TASMANIA. HOBART, June 6. WHEN WILL THEY BE FINISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
TASMANIA. 1-1T 'KhSOIiUe TBl)mttlPfl.l (Pnokt Ons Oirst Oonusroiiniit). Hobut, ^nne p. WHEN WILL THEY UK FINISHED. The tender Jins boon (icrcpt-d in con nvciioii with flic Stmli 11 Z;-tlinn inilivr.* line, Tor the crcclion of a «lali. nninilcr's icBidonc, elntion, office', mil gnorla shed nt '/cclinn, nii'l flntiin, nfTiccs, plntform, nnd gooilu alio.l at S(rnlmn Tim suooeasful ' Icnilervr i: U. Cheverton, ' tilio receives £.1.029 for (he work, iritli tin- reception of (lie Su-flmu ftnods shod, which ia to b« douo nt Bclicdiilepricos' H0DAET FOOTlliLL, Tiic footbull 111 itcli Ui-Jny between tlie Oily ontMJniln.iy CJiilx runitfll ilia win forAllojCiiy by 5 pnnia 15 l.tliirui to 4 liebindi. 1 he wtintlicr was dcliphtfnlly * fihi;, end tliciiKoiiilnucc Inr^c, liut'llio p)«y ? was of fM;ia.Et uiiinUrraling chsmefcr. .
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
Correspondence. Trom our readers we iuvlte corresnon ^euce tin matters of general interest, whlcl'i we will whenever practicable, inrert in this column Correspondents aru requested to wrile on one sids if tiro paper only. With tho opinlo.ia expressed in thin column wa do not identify ourselves. The writer's name in all instances must accompany conlribntiona, not necessarily for publication. The following letters to the Editor are held orer through pressure on onr space :— A. if. lied, James P. Young, 'M.I .';also, Waratah Notes. YE CftRON'ICr.ES OF Z.EF.H.AN. And one I!ob Kim Hi displiye I on portals of hisinut tlion;'ort!ietin'jed hide of the ox cnlleJ hones reins, and there came n thief ami bore away Kim Hi's reins, and nonr that un rejeneratesonof U1P0I will per'r ice have to steal a horse or & mule to milch ihe reins unless his lioartFOltenetli, and he retdath the chance Kim Hi hath inven him in tbe 'Hw.ld.' And tho-e that huildeth tliesewir unto the city of Zeeh n delve...
EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, June 4. THE TASMANIAN NIGHTINGALE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
European Gablks. |B¥ SOBMABKH3 OABI.B | : (from odii ows coRREnroNtmtrT.) TUB TA9H4NIAN. filOUTINaiLE ? Miss Amy 'Shcraiii snug Inst ni^lil in the pre»eiico ot the Princess of Wales, nlio warmly .complimented 1-or. Mwlnnin llciha lanclic? witii tlio Princess onFiiJny.' HUCEFUI. lttELAND. Tli» Hon. A. .). HMfnur.fliL-f Sscrs tnry for Ireland, staKwl in llie House -if - Gunman* that crinin 1««H diniiuislirri, mid Unit it was non siifn to suopenj tlic oponition of the fjucinl hire mode against criininnl conspiracy, s»rc in one comity. Twc-nty-ono pcrsotiR only were now serving eenteie*!- in Jirlson miJor tlia Orinion Act. 'i'lie Xiumaninii l-»nd ICxplonitioii . Coiupnny lmve declared Ailividmrt ot 10 percent, cash, nml a bmim distributing often ehstcs in tlio T»uiai-MU Silver Mining Company. . MISCBLUNBOCS. Tlio boilrr of a fitram tram barri nt Huddtrsfield while thu mnchino whs in motion. One man irns killed and several injured. ' ' A dcslructiro fir* occurred in a largt cooperage wor...
THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1891. THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
ul'or tbo cnu'c tint lack* aialsuao* For t!« nrnng thbt bwln reebtejtel For tile futare In th« disbulM AJul tbe good U»t »e cm do.' MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1801. THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS. Fbom all quarters conies the infor mation that companies innumerable are being formed for the purposes of supplying our district with every necessity or requirement of civilised life. Several are applicants for the right to construct and maintain tramways either in or around Zcehau. A number of speculators are already out with the notices of intention to apply for permission to erect gasworks and maintain water sup plies, or to build breakwaters, and such like matters that ought, if they are necessary, properly to fall withiu the scheme of Public Works. The residents of the districts these promoters and speculators propose to exploit, or, as probably they may chose to term it, improve, are hardly considered worthy of being con suited in the matter by those in power. This is hardly to be won dered at when it is ...
RICH GALENA NEAR WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
KIC1 ClATiEKA NISAU- WABAVAlT. Comlderable Interest was tekeu i»t Hobart last, week -i» a dis ilay, of. J4r,je' ljloski. of palona, brought to town from Uesjd'seedfion nt VVV.U.Ii hy Metsri K UolJsiuilh aid W. Whedldoii. rim find ii an eilrmordinjry one, as the deposit of galena Is describe I ~B being .'toft in width, and over 30,'t in height in the open face. It is ef a high class, ths assays averaging i)oz ailver per ton, with a good percentage of lead. More accurate particulars will, however, bs given by Mr lloosman, of Broken iiiil, in a report which he is preparing. On receipt of this the owners intend to form aoomniiiv in afelbouruo ou far terms to work the miu -,'nn 1 Messrs Atkins and Knight have b.en appointed as the broken at Hobart.
Zeehan Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
Zeehan Hospital. Tjwnln to Iho courtesy of Mr 11. T. Evans, Bon Secretary to Koolam. U.^ital Committee, we are en ibled to l.lace tho following telo graphio communication before our readers : — 'Strabau, «tb June, 1S91. To 11. T. Kvans, jun. Strahan Mm AM Committee thinks there uhould he two hospitals under joint mana^e meut for West Oajt, and that Government should appoint, say Chairman of llobart nnd Launraiton Hospital Board, and a Govarn tneat professions! officer to revoinmt.a& definite arrangements, position, etc, if. your committee unee please write to Chief Secretary to this effect. Strahan Committee will do same and will appoint three members to meet three of jours to form joint committee lo confer with above CommUBionen, write or telegraph, me at llobart and Mr Basstian at Strahan. -A. Matju.' After a careful ' perusal of tire above we fall to see what arc the objechi 111 Ma.uK is aiming at. StraUiu has, wa are pleased to state, conclusively proved to the Governmen...
CALLS DUE [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
CALLS DUE. Calls ate due on. tlie 1'HU June In the Co'. lowinj oompanios :? South Nevada, 3rd, 2.1 Adelaide Extended, 2nd, 3d E-p;iani«, 2nd, 2d Australasian, 3rd, Id Orubb, lilh, 6d Monarch, 2n I, 3d Arir.onJ, 3rd, 3d Doric, 6th, Id South Coinjtook, 13th, (id Uoytl Duulas, Sth, Id West Adelaide, itb, Id Talune, 2nd, 2.1 Silver Strea'U, tOtb, 2d North Stream, Sth, Id North Octant, let, 2d Meteor No i; Sth, Id Coptic, 3rd, Id North Fauntleroy, 1st, Id Sylvester, 5lh, Sd Minerva, 7th, Id Ontario, 15th, Id Hasaett, 6tb, Id Washington, 8th, Id Washington Hay, 2od, (d Waibin.'tou E«rl]Jed, and, Jd GodliinlSxteodcd, 11th, W Pyke, Oth, Id Stouehenge, 2nd, Id King Dundia, 3rd, 3d fiacrameuto, 1st, Id Tolmnn PA., 1st, Od Cleveland P. A., 1st, 3d Starlight P.A , 16th, 2d Derby P.A., 3rd, 2a ad Silver Kin j I'.A., 22n4, 20i East Tasmania Extended P.A.. Srd. fia Cornet P. A., Uh, 3d Bellinger P. A., 2nd, 10s Silver Queen Extended, litb, 6d MaeitoeP,A.,utli, Id Kapi P.A., 1st, 0d , . United P.A....
New Masonic Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
New Masonic Hall. The ceremonv of laying the foundation stone of tho first llns'onic Hail on the West Ooait of Tasmania, took place on Satnrnay afternoon, at Zeebau. The site chosen f. r the building is on the main street, a few sectidns pasi Koirellslnet, on the right hand side of the road fiom Ziehin to Sunlas. Tho architect! lor the structure are Messn Manser anl Wise, and the huil .em, Meisri Tinl aud Henley. The proposed building will connUt of a lod:c rooin,40!t x 2.5ft, with an abt -room, I Oft x i5'l and a porch in front. It i' be:n^ erecttfd sc-ms distance back from the street line, -o that a much larger and commoilio']* liall mav be pat U]i iu front of it at a future dtte. At tbe advertised route, 2 p.m., the inenberj of l.ojge Zeehan and visiting broth -en m t at the Courthouse, acd notwithstanding tho inclement weather, After pitting on their regalia, formed up in the fallowing order of Junior Members. Master Masons. Tisitin^ Brethren. Inner Guard aud Tyler, with drawn s...
Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 8 June 1891
dock A? Sliave Market. ZEF.HAX t5TOCK IICHAN13»: Ths So;r=Urj of the Zeohan Stick Ex change rep rrts the following sales and qneta Utns on 'Change :~ Horning. An lersou, 1. 2-, s 2s 4(1 Murchiion, b Is 31, - Is Sd Ucoaua, b Us Sd, « 10j Id Owen Uerrdith, h 5« 7d, s 5s 0.1 Kivv.t.i Mver, s JEJ 15a S. B.l.tru|), b Is Old. ? 1- 9* N. Oceans, b la, s 2s (J J Oven Vfere.lilh, h Si M, s Sj Sd ii. Ualstrup, b Is o'J, s Is '.Id 8. Oceana, s 3a Austral, b 0s U.I, s is 3d J).T,n,Tor.,i., b It Hid, s 2s ltalslrup Central, b 2n 7d, s 3s Id D inlas Extrude I, s 4. Uundsv (nailunl. s 4s Sd Fa intlcTJy, h 4, SJ Good lBitmt.t£l7 Junction, I)li7il,e2s LurdUoud.s, blid, s U Murchison,bls5d,a Is MJd Oonah, b lstjd, sIbIOJ Oceana, b 3s Sd, s IOs N. Pymmi I (paid uii), s 3s 6.1 X. Pyramid (Contributing), b 2s 7Jd,« Ss 9Jd Western, bS.SJ, slOs 4d Thitais WllliauH «ni Oo. reu»t the following sales at their Open Call Kxchanje on Satmilay evening :— Anderson, 2s U Ainilie, lid BannercroBK, 2s Coptic (p»vd n...