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SPORTING ROYAL ASCOT RACES [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). London, June 9 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

SPOMTIAG ROYAL ASOOT EACES. I BT SUBMAUINE C&BI.B.] (r'B.011 oun own ConREsroNDiKT). Lokdok, June 9. M1NC« Or Kilt» Stilts. Of 50-ovs each, with lOOOsOvs added. For 3 year-olds. Owner ot second horse to restive SOOaovs, »nd the third, 200sor- out ofthestukea. Oneuilesnd fi« furlongs.! Daniel's Melody ... ? 1 J. B. HolawortVa Ocvieto ? , 2 Sir E.Jardino'» Cavendish ? 9 MiCOT STAKES WAHDJOAP. Oiatance, about 2 miles. J. Leather's Hound.ditcli ? 1 S^irji. J«rdin»'«l'Uto ? 2 J. B. Burton's Barmecide ? 3 200aon. Giveu by Her Majeaty, added to a sweepstake of 20aovi each. Two mllea. Coopers Mona Meg ? 1 Mintliorp ? 2 Captain Laing'a l'adna ... ... 3

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock & Share Market ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Stock & Share MarJcet. ZEEUAW STObK KXCHANQB I ;. .-. .. .. tfMM31. .'- The Secretary ot the Zeel.su Stock : Ei Ann reports the following aales and qnata. Umm-dbrnf,:- . . , : . . . , 1 : ? '? Morntni,. Austral Ii «? 7* a * W. ; i . - .-;'?? 'Balaiwp'CahfcaJ.ajV ' ? Com«t, ? 16s - . ' : :, Elnennu, (paid op), a 8Jd Gnat Western, e lii «d J Uv«Mwn,1-laSd,alaJca . ? ?.-.,? \ yrAm,his*-)Wi8* ? North GraMybiSatt; v . . Oceans, b»s6d,i to 7d New Pyramid, b2s«d, it Od Savage Utver, aTElO ? Wastam, b »s M,.s Ma Id . VrekV Adelaide, b li, a Is ,Td ' ? '???: ? ... Afternoon. Austral,V«a'hVa6iS}d ?' ' BslstnipCaotnl.iSs - N.lM.,b-lSs6d,»*tW ?'? '????? OowDS,bl)std,a8i7id,ii«lcies(Id , Now Pyramid,. 2s'M Adams Dunriai South, a Sa fld Addalda/a 6« 3d 'i '? V .' 1 ? ? ; . .: Anderson, b (s, a 2s 3d Oonah. b la 7d, a Is 8d, saUa Is 7d Sylvester, b (Ss 8d, s Cs lid, udts «? 9d South Octsuh, a. 2a. . South B.lstrup, b Ss 2d, s 2s -d f fir ELEOTRIO TELKORVPII.] IrnoM on* ow.t conitBirosnnsT....

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

- ?: MINING. '. :?*? Tlie legal manager reporla (hat a moot ing ot sWreholdcca in. lite mineral tpptlon at Diiddus, No. 2!l)J— 87m, ;ea6t apjl ad .i'Mujnc lliu Mocstri No, 1, and known as l'iril. nonnelt's'-seoUon, was Ueld atittr Fiun's iHotet last Bigbt, Dr.' Qibbo&s' occtyij inu the chair, when, it was resolved to Inrni a company, to be nailed the Luck's All Sili-er Mining Oompaiyv.irith acapiUl«f £9,600.iu 3G,O»0,sbjaroi! of 2a paoli. Resolutions wore also passed for llie adoption of rules, (lie immediate regiB Irilionol the compuny, Die formation of « boird of director*, nppnintment of a legal mnntigcr, nnri oilier mceraary mattera. Tlib mansjjcr reports that, the Bec tim owned by tliia company ocenpics «tiexai-!onl!-o'iiiir-', 'sit is bounded on tireo liiliB l-y lh' Mncetric No 1, the Mclnnr, nuil thr, Aritona iliimB, anl is lino-Mi tj aontain tlireg rtiitinot silver licarinR lodes, which hart been partly opcuc'1 up by AtrWoiiii'aiiJs, tbe prospec tor of llie grrtund. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Business Notices JMl'OBTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MIKING REQUISITES 01 EVERY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Pi-ices and Quality mil compare favourably with any house in the colony. ~T!RQOsoisr~& co, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AX1) 10 MUURA.Y STREETS, UOBART. SOLE AGENTS FOR, lWi-v's Sn-oW IWno nn-l 0. V. G. : Aiilvn'j F.ilkirk Lite Dell Ale. WliHiv ' ? I5:.q:nt D.ibouclie & Go's Brandy, Case ami Sl£U« (0TO Social illcJ-, Cu«a ,u.i .T-.l,s Robin'. Bran.ljr, ?'? «*«-*? jj,,j^ ' u.HiV r orrestei « Geumno l'ort \\ mes. E.&J.Hnrlic's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. , Forrist.r's Shm-ire. Jo. PuWici S(.int. Le:nan Hart 8\Y. Indian Rum. JcEiran's E.I'u'wh GI-ili-- A!c. do. j Bond's Olrl Torn Jamaica Unm, elo. His-.tCo»Ko 4 A!- in Uli.ls, J Mid*, ' Hulbrook's Smc-s and Pickles. KiMCTUms.aud Firkins. ' : W.ttsou S MuGiU's Tobaccos. All otber Brands for SaU-, and kept in Stock. Als...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1891. ZEEHAN POLITICAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

? For the etaM that Itcki uabttnc* For tlie wrong tlial needs resistant)* For the futon In ibt dtitanc* kut the good Hal wi DU do.' FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 18111. ZEEHA.N POLITICAL ASSOCIA TION. We are pleased to notice that at last there are signs in our midst of an awakening in matters appertaining; to political life; for months past we have at various times instilled into the minds of the residents of our silver fields the necessity for organisa tion iii matters political, aud as a primary step towards sucli organisa tion, have suggested the formation of a Political Association. The late general election, in so far as it bore upon our local affairs proved beyond the power of refutation, that the non-existence of such an associa tion was a matter to be regretted ; we then witnessed, the residents of our field, all being conscious of the one object, namely, the advancement of this district, divided into hostile camps, aud as bitterly opposing each other as if some question of political mo...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Swain Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Swaiii. Fund. We h' rewitli inform all wlio generoq»ly suD eiril.Bj to t'.ie Swain, Uelief Fund tbnt we at Isjt succeeded in carefully disposing ul tbe funls(£dl 'In AA) in tbe bands of tbe Uev. Filter Mary and Ur ('. Miller, ,f.P., at George'e Bay, these gentlemen having kindly confuted to act as trustees. From fie l.irgu amount of oorrespoodenoe that has passed between this offioi and the trustees, we are firmly gslisE A tliat thj two tentlcmen appointed will ably lulill all the requirements of the position tbey hare ac cepted, Mr Miller, to whom the Kwain family were indebted to a considerable amount, has kimlly eraied the accouut from itis books, and he may, therefore, be reckonej as a generous subscriber to tlie fund. We take this opportunity ot again thanking our Zee1ianUunda- friends for tlieir kind and considerate aid in collecting and subscribing, and to the kmd friends Who generously offered to adopt the urphans we are grateful ; nnd lastly to Messrs Mary and Miller (or th...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Meellag TWV O T I O K. ZEE 11 AN ,1'UI.IJIOAL ASSOCUTIOX. All Residents deatroua of Inaugurating tbo above Aasodatlon, are .requested to meet a MULCAUY'S IIOTAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, THURSD \Y, 18th JUNK, AT 8 p.m. Biiiiseu : Kleclion ol.OScera, Adoption of Platform, and any olber matto^a which may arise. G. T. SINCLAIR, Convener. CON. HY. CURTAIN, lion. £ec. pro tcm, M. V. I. O. O. F. LOTAL SII,VI-:il SI'A't LODGK, MOUNT ZEBHAN. &Iembers ami Inten ling Members are notified Ihis Udgo tne=t» TO-MliHT, 7.30 p.m. at the Mechanic's Institute. R. MCrtrHY, Secretary. Amusements frrOCAIi AND IX8T11UMBNTAL V COXCmtT is aid or tub C II O I E FUNDS. WKSI.EYAN CHURCH, S A T U ED AY NIGHT. rjiOGUAMMIi. 1. Organ Selection- ME AI.LIXGUAM 2. Seleotiin-Uini the Joy Bolls... CHOIR 3. Selection-Sing, oh Sing ... CHOI 11 4. Son'— ??'. ? UISS UKIiVKS 5. Silection— Peal on Street Bells CHOIR 6. Selection -Home, Light Home CHOlIt 7. Sung-Too l«t« ... HKV. T. 1JI.LIS 8. Selection-Hosauna ? CHOIR (I. Due...

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Blackmail Surveys. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Blackmail Surveys. In spite of the tortuous windings of the Mines Department and its officials to burke the question of excess fees having to be paid to surveyors on tlie West Coast, we are not done with the question yet. and it is a pitiable eifht to n-itneaa uny public department re quiring Bueh an amount of hounding on to perform a aimple act of justice. There is an old adage that bean somewhat tritely on the question at issue. It is, ?? Like master, like maa,' and unices the higher officials of tue department we coute&tto redt within the rejected light thrown team the action of the West Coast surveyors, and bd joined in the participation of the actions denounced in this paper, then they mast take immediate-action. It is useless of either tlie Mine* Department fthietding themselves behind the opinion of tbeir officer in charge of surveys on the West Cout, Mr Smith, or of tbat gentleman acsert iog that there u nothing tangible iu the charges of bUckmatl survey*, for public...

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Zeehan and Dundas Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Zeehan ami Dunilns Railway. w — — — In relation to the late full and explicit description of the Z. and V. railway, from the pen ol our special reporter nnd publithed Iu' our last issue, we lime noiv tho official report of thecontnotora, 1). Leilieand Co., verify ing measurements etc.. — ' As requested, we beg to [urniih you with particulars re progress on our works. CLEAUI.VG. Finished to SJ milus. EARrHH'ORKR. Almost complete to :)J milei, from that lo enl in good Btate of progress. unniaKrt. One completed, retit in good state of progress. SLESPBB'. On hand, sufficient to complete 5 miles of railway. Completed to t miles, balance being pro ceeded with rapi lly. 1..M10K, About 320 men constantly employed. WEATHER. If Sue weather shouU lialj out would finish all worbB, iea-ly for r.ti's by October. Kalltvay c'airp, IJunJj. Uoad, June lOdi, 1891.'

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YE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

YE CHRONICLES OF ZERHAN. And bo behold, tbope of Telia Gr ,f norked fur moonn, at their dots and dashes far into the night, and King Frost made them tie even tbe nicfitl corn Ira? ?rauml to keep them w»rm, and then Hen Ri — he who is Soop Hintenilant-eaid. 'bovof tlie metal iron a stove,' and the Telia Grafs stood upon their lrada nnd wept (or joyf for they wanted not to b- frozen nnto death, for tliey were wicked, and pre ared not Tor tlie liereifter. Ami the eix lamps of the Fro Griss Com Hitee got od the tear, and would not lighten up the tempting rut, or cheerful mud pool, and Z-ehnn became angered withthose ttat waited on the lamps.'. And again Fotvellus came unto the city of Zeetian, and again Miconli was on hand, sO'l tbose that breaknththe law fret very sauch off, for Miconli wieldetli o deadly left. ' And tlie-e toed the mark two of tlie tribe Hood 'l.ixms, and their names were Askf and Dev Do, and a Bob HI called Sody Vao braced himself together and repeated the langusffe ...

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Our Abattoirs. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Our Abattoirs. ? a — Numerous complaints having reached our office at to the filthy and unhealthy state of the ground in the immediate vicinity of the present slaughter yards, a representative of this journal paid a viuit of inspection to ihe opot on Monday last. VlWarfii.* butchers utilisim? the c round for' slaughtering ^ftrpoees, and each onu has erected a shed to suit his own requirement!. ifcugJ) and ready as these struolure* are, tbey appear to answer their purpose fnirlv well, us no eaite person will allow that tboy »re likely to continue lon^ in their present situation. From a sanitary point of view, tbe flooring If the chief consideration, aud these we louud consisted of corduroy, and fur such a place, in eome instances, very cleanly kept. The Burrem&dinga are u.o.1 wla', titty should be, but when we consider that even arjun-l private residences on the Geld tverv 'Jung in close proximity to tlia houses ia not oa it should be, *e must not be tio ca^cr to carp anl com...

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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. (Before Messrs E. H. Fowell, S.M., and A.W. Brewer, J.P.) HAWTHORN V. HAWRINS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Police Court. a, ? WBDSESrlAT, JCNK 10. (Before Messrs E. H. Fore!], S.M., and A. W. Brewer, 3.V.) BAMT110RS V. 11A1VKIKS, In this case, adjourned from List sitting, Mr \V. A. Stuart, counstl in the case, stated that it had been settled out of Court, and it wsb accordingly dismissed. TULICE V. H AUKEIIY. John Haskery was' charged with having made use of obscene language on June 10. «e plended not guilty. ??'*? ??? ' The evidence of Constable O'SnlUvan vent to sliow that while on duty that morning, in the Main Street of Zeehan, he htard three men waking use of obscene langutge. Tbe words uied were of the most foul de scription. Assisted by Ooa-tabl- Farmll, he took the three men ia charge. Accused w« one of them. Ue was quite close to them, when the bad language was maiie Hie of. He would be no more than a yard away. The accused denied having made use of the words imputed to him, und aaid that it was some oth .-r men, and not he or his mates. John BeverauK, one of his mates, corro bo...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Corresitoiulence. From- our .readers we lurtte correspon'lenos cu matters of general interest) which we will whenever practio.iblt, jnrart In this column Correspondeata ftre Tenuustefl to write on one sids af tlie paper only. Wit'i the opinions ciiirrssid in tills column ire! do not identify ourselves. The writer'a name in all instances must accompany contribotioDS, not neceKsarily tor publication. J. tJoiBN.— Petnr Ginty'a Koclty Rlrer nugget, 210 odd ots, is tbe largest we have ever heard of ; if wefellt to grains is desired, A. J. Taylor, l--q., l'ublic Ubrar;, Hobart, o»n give particulars.

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The Grey Ore S.M. Co., North-east Dundus. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

The Grey Ore S.M. Co., North-east Diindas. ' Wo llavc rweired by cMe tbe folloning e Mr StMt Utter ii) your iseue of Jane 1st, concerning Grey Ore proapectUB. HU report, . publiihed more to prove value of district tunn' our property in particular : — ' Are quite &atl8- 6ed here aa to value of Grey On claims, and regret prospectus ehould be considered aa miBleadine, as nothing of the sort was in* tended. Kindly publiih thia.' From J. W. Searle, Manager Grey Ore Company, Melbourne, to ?' !&. and D. Herdd,' June 6th, 1891. As requested, we publish tlie above cabled explanation with pleasure, an-l wlrile rtosa* nUiug that a cable commiuricfition naturally would be brief, fail to sea that M-. Stitt h» been answered. llr Stitt complained that his report as given iu this papvr on Feb. 2nd, 1891, was mcorroot. And, as a matter o! (act, it mi, through typographical errors of our staff. In our next issue, Feb. 4th, these errors were corrected. But it U the incorrect report tha...

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Court of Mines. THURSDAY, JUNE 11. (Before Mr Commissioner Fowell.) RODGERS V. WESTWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Court of Mines. Tbubbdat, Juke II. (Before Mr Commissioner l'owell.) 1 bis was an objection on tiie part ol com* plainnnt ajainit the present holder of a mineral section at Dumlas. Mr A. A. Norman (or the objecter ; Mr D C. Urquhart for the pre:ent occui-ont. Mr Norraau said hi) client hid gone to Mount Head, and he did not think he had received notice ot tbe sitting of tbe court. MrUrquliaitob)-'Cted to an adjournment, and asked that the case be dismissed. The Bench dismissed the cue.

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 9. SEVERE BUT JUST. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Intercolonial Gables. [1ST SUUU.YIUNG 0ABLE.1 fiifX »»n «its conHKsraKnr.M.l VIOTOREA. Mni.ro'nNK. June !). KRVRBE BUT JUST. The Mariai; Court lias adjudged Cnptnin Korr, late mnstrr of the Ora'ig liun , guilty of drunkenuus mid neglect' while in Minrjjenf liis rnsstl, nnd ordered I lie cjiiicellntion of Kn cprtiHcnta And. liajiucut of I^ii mid costa.i ?;: . 1 '' MW0BLUNB0U*. ,' .'. . Arison. the storAMpor who mur derously assaulted Hoar, a jeweller, in connection with the Ury Creek digging arniulal, lri-tUy 'obtaiord a decree nisi for divorce from his wife with costs agninft the et-re^mniieiit. ' . ! '1 MISTBBIOUS B13BASB.' ' ' Jt.-porls frmi'i the MansfTcId districts state that : »|ieep are dying by the hundreds. Mr liukhison, *(|U.itter at Mnmdnmple, has lost 3,000 in three weeks, mill it was necessary to k«cp a Inry lire continuously going to .destroy the rnri'ns*c°. The causa of the disease is unknown. CUKTIl'IOiTli 808.PBKDUD. The tirtilicat* of 'Captain Chnpuinii has hecn !-H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

W. 8.TABQ11TT, Zeebaoand Dundas, House awl Estate Agent, faasfrontage building bloois lor Bale at Zeehan At reasonable prims. Hotelr bought and said. Inquiries cao. be made at Mr Evi-rebed'« stationers shop.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Special Advertisements: - rpHE COMMKKCUL BANK OF TASMANIA. (Limited). established, 1632. Capital Subscribed ... £500,000 Paid up ? £123,00(1 Reserve Fund ? £150,000 A BRANCH Of this Bank is now OPEN AT MOUNT ZEEHAN, Under the mauageintut of Mr G. F. Henry. C. J. BARCLAY, Managing Director. TJO0KS ! ;BOOKS I ! BOOKS i ! I Just Iieceivcd— 1,000 NEW BOOKS. New Supply for Circulating Library. Come and select from the largest Stock on tbe West Coast. EVEESHED BEOS., JSeehan and Dundas. T. L HOOD, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND HDSIC SELLER, Has now opened his new and commodious business premises, aitaated on the same site as the old place, between Maun. Button Bros. and Wait's Hotel. T. L. Hooi thanks the people of Zeehan. and tlie surrounding Field for their -favours since be hat opened, and .hopes now he has opened bis netf premises to be able to supply the growing wants of the inhabitants. You will noir hares good chaziceof seeing and selecting your requirements from bia stock. I am now O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

? Conveyances A NDHKW .BROS.. & KERB. . ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS LIKE OF COACHES. ?-#'' ' ;:' . ? . . . I.FAVE ZSEHAN AT— 8-30a.ru. .; -;,,, , ;Sp.m. ZI3EHAN I.IVBBY STABLES. -T- KENNEDY BfgB to notify to 4lio Public that he lias oponril ft Liver; awl liait Stables nndhopasliy, strict nltmtion tobniincastomerilAfiiirehareorpiilronnge AUcomnnmicnlionB promptly attended (o. Orilera rcocirecl nt itULCAUVS HOTKL, Comrnercinl Ilotrl. Zee-linn. Stookani Sharebrokers TASMAMAN SILV15E PLELPS. A^AMS and LAMB, SXO0K AND SHAEEBROKECS, ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS Legal Managers, Mining and Commission Agents, Members Zeelian and Hobart Stock Exchange. Sales of Properties negotiated. T-OB I NSO N 4 P E A D St*dc »nd Sbarebrokers, Mining and General Commission Agents. ZSEHAN& DUNDAS. A^ M. K E I D, _.. — CTOOK 'AND 'bHABEBBOKEB COMMISSION AGENT, ETC. ZEEEAN. JACOBS ft JOHNSTON, STONE BUILDINGS, MiOQ0ABlK.8TBEBT, HOBiRT. Mr. EDWIN JACOBS,'. AocotuUnt, Auditor and Manager .of Conpioiia. Mr. A.G. KENT...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 June 1891

Postal Information. Mails dole at Zeehau for Hobart and I .aun eeston every Monday, Wednesdsy, and Satur day, at 1 p.m. Mails doBe at Zeehan tor Dumia. every Tuesday »nd Friday at II a.m. Mails close it Uundas for Zeehan every Wednesday and Saturday at 12 noon. Mails arrive at Zeehan from Uobart, Laun ceston, and other places every Sunday. Tues day, ,,,A Friday »t 10 ajn. Mails {or places beyono Tasmanb are made up and despatched by the first mail leaving fot Eobart or Launcesloii. There is a delivery at the Zeehan 1 oat Office every Sunday from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

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