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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, June 16. TERRIBLE RAILWAY DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
EukopeAS:i£Uble&. I BY SDBMAMNB-OABLii ' (rBOK ODE OWS OORREBPOKDENr.) London, June lti. TEERIBtEUAILWAt D18ASTEH. Official roiwrti state that 120 dfi.itli oocarrad in tbVBaseHUilwaj disastor. Tho train, which ua conveying » Inrge number of exouraiotiists,' was derailed when approscbiuo; Muuehenstein Bridge Two jBngineB and threr oarringes wi tli occupants wert irniitcdiatcly immtrsed in tho Hirer Birz, rwulting in tlic num ber of dentils mcutinncd, and others sererelj injund. ' ' THE PBINCK OP WALKS. Many nerinnna cnntinttfi tn ho prtaclicd in reference to the baccarat icandnl. Tilt Bishop of - Uurlmni, Canon Ii. W. Purso,bf AVcstmiiwtcr Abhuj, ond Dr. Parker condemn Rambling vrrv strongly, and many prcachrn liaro appealed tn the Prince of Wales to abandon tlic practice. Tho Atucrican Press eyin. pathispB with the Prince in liis preient equivocal position. ' MISOELLlNEopS. An -grccment, proliibitin™ the cap ture of scale in Behring Straits, vxcept nndcr rigid rostriclious, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Amusements DON'T FOUGHT ! DOKT FOBOE1' ! AT WILLIAMS1 HALL, TUESDAY, JUNE 23ud, DRAWING BOOM ENTERTAINMENT TKfDLIlCD TO FRANK LONG, The Pioneer Prospector of the Mount Zeehan Silver Fields. When some of our Leading Ladies and Gentle men will take part. Zeehan Urus Band will be in attendance. IJoom open at 7.30. Overture, 7.45. Front seats, 4s. Back seals, 2s. Two Songs on the back of each Programme nill be given away. JOHN D. FRAZEli, Manager. n It E AT F 0 It Z E E H A K. RKV. J. NAIUN' Will deliver his Popular l.cciure. Subject : TAM 0' JACK'S LAD on W1I.SI.UVS QUUHR CONVERT, SATURDAY NEXT, IN W V. S I- K YAS CHURCH, Which is Jii-nlly grunted t»r ilia occasion ?'. AOMISSlOS-liNK SHILLING. I),p th .i|-fn. Mil). Cli tiv tnbu laki'ii al 8 |ii\wi|it, by 11. iiiviir.il, liq , J.I*. l'rom»l« on behalf of PRIJIITIVE MKTHODIST BUILDING FUND. '?? This lecture has bfuu giren over gOO times, Kiithit the nul-liciiiiiyexu«:t it tr.nt. VT .0 T I C E . i publicly wish lu thank all Hid Gonlle lii...
SPORTING [BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FROM OUR [?] CORRESPONDENT.) HOBART, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
SPORTING [BT ELECTRIC TEI.EGKAFH.] HniiAiiT. June 17. NEW TOWN FONT RACE-*. The New Town Poov licet held at Coolcy's New Town courde, tliii afternoon, waa wel altendcd. The following are the reanll. of the iiunni.B nicE. Ponies, Khands 2in and under. Distance, about ljmile-. Mr J. Kicaarda Signal (Roach) ? 1 Mr W. \V. Harrison's Lewika (Harrison) 2 MrC. Spencer's Molly (Spencer) ... 3 EauniCAPTliOT. Ponies, 14hands and under. Distance, abont i miles. Weight, S»t rib. MrU. liambkiu's Gcneial ? 1 Mr C. He:k's Bobby ? 2 Ur J. Wood's Sir Koger ? 3 msrr.it uixiiiar. Ponies, 14 hands and under. Distance, abont 7 furlonns. MrC. K Cooley's Mttle Dnke (Ev.ini) ... 1 Mr & !!. fmith's Camilla (XaSel) ... 2 Mr C. Spencer's Molly (Sponcer) ? 3 Distance, about 2$ mile;. Mr F. Jip'pleby's Dnke ? 1 Mr C. Ward's lied Mick ? 2 Mr T. Amott's Jimmy ? 3 OBSTACLE RACE. Ponies, 'A hands and under. Catch weights. Walk ronnd course once, trot twice round, and gallop once round. Mr E. Lampkin's Gener...
The Z. and D. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
The Z. and D. Herald. ti Copies of the 'Herald ' are now forwarded regularly t- all tlic libraries nnd institutes of the principal towns thniaglwnt Australia and New Zealand. I'.T the rnturt tlie 'MwaM11 will be re,'i lnriy forwarded to pulil.c institutions, stock exchauge*, and librarie* at London, Leeds, Manchester, nnd l.it-erptii!, in Ibcland : Sn-nns-a. in Wales : Edinburgh and Glascnw, Scllmi I ; IJub.iii and lielfoitt, llolnml ; New York and San Krauciioo, America ; and it Freiburg, in Germsnv. Our renders will please to note that three days nfter publication of each iivue that copies of the 'Z. and U Herald ' will be uiiubtaiiiablo .it tlih office, ai we intend to forward auy cpies that arele.tfor thislengtii of time to all parts of tlie civilised world hoping bv tVx me.ins to give the Vjeehan and Ilimdas silver tields tile publicity their importance deserved.
Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
slock & Share Marlcet. ZEKUAff STOCK EXCHANGE June 18. The Secretary of the Zeeban Stock Bi change renorts the Callowiag sales and qaeta 1 ions on 'Clianre ; — Morninf. Austral, h Gs 6d, a 6s Sd Bolatrup Central b 2s 4}(i, a 2i Sd Comet, b ISs H,t Its 3d Kosminsky, 14s Murebison, bis, alsfid Robinson, b !-«, s 20s Savage Itiver, b £S 10s, s £9 Success Extended, b Is «d, a Is 9d Western, s 14s Cd West Adelaide, sales Is Afternoon. Central Balntrup, b 2s 3d, a Si Od Covnet,bl3«91, s 14s3d West Adelaide, s la Adelaide, b 4a 3d, »i»9d Adelaide Extended, s 2s Cd Anderson, b 2s Id, e 2s Id, eaios 2s Id Junction, b 2s lOd, a 3s Kins J-unda», b 2s Cd, s 3s North Dundas, b 2s 7d, s 3a 5d Oceans, » 9s 7d Sylvester, b 6s (Id, « 7s 3d Western, b 12s Od, s 13s ad [by glectric TELnoRArn.] [ra-m orjit oirx connEeroiiDEM'.j HctAK-r, June 17. The following sales and quotations wers mode on the Hobart Stook Eicbanje to day :- Anderson (paid up), b 3s 2d Anderson (contributing), b la lid, s 2s...
THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1891. A JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
' For the ouv. that Ifteks auislEBe. For tin «rOB( that Deeds resbtaao. For tbe future la the duvuue Ijrl Un gooa that we ou 00.' FEIDAT, JUNE 19, 18»1. A JOB. Eably in January of the present year, tbe Honorable tbe Minister for Lauds and Works — accompanied by Mr. Fincliam, engineer-in-chief— had by personal inspection forced upon Mm the absolute necessity for the construction of a road to connect tbe important silver properties of Dundas with Zeehai, and recognising the im perative need for despatch, he stepped outside the usual routine of Govern ment system, and gave the contract for the construction of this road to Messrs. Climie and Bridley. There were persons in our district who cavilled at tbe act of tbe Department which Mr. Pillinger represents, for giving this particular contract to Messrs. Climie and Bridley without competition ; but as it was recognised that the work was one requiring promptness, they were silenced by their desire to see it consumated. Not only those that...
Heemskirk Tin Field. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
HeemsUirfo Tin Field. ? -^w ? Numbers of our readers have lately been making enquiries nt the office of the Zeehan and Dundas Herald for irafonna tinn i-e^unliii^ the above field as a medium far investment, we therefore declutched an expert iu tin to report upon tfie carious properties there, nnd their probabilities of future success. Wo re-rd that his report which will appear in our next issue cannut hy any stretch of imagination be oou Bidcrcd cither fluttering to its present condition or hopsful of its future.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Business Notices. ? F. 0, I E H R V, ; - IMPORTER OF MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES !? ?[ AND MINING REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ;;f ? :o: ? [:i Tke Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. :?! PRICE LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. ?? Prices and Quality 'will compare favourably with any house ia the colony. ? I FERGUSON & CO, jj MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 1 70 COLLINS, AND 10 HURRAY STREETS, I1OBART. i SOLE AGENTS FOK, 5 Usher's Special Rcsorve, and 0. V. G. ?. 1 Whisliy. : ': Royal Blend Whisky, Case and Jeroboams. , i Glen Dim (Own Special Blend), Case, and , Balk. ! ? E. & J. Butke's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. : do. Dublin Stout, jIcEvran's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. i Bass & Co'e No, 4 Ale io Hlids, i Hlids, I Kilderkins, and Firkins. Aitkcn's Falkirk Life Belt Ale. B'tsjttil Oiiboticiie AC'os Brandr, Case and Bulk. Jibs Robin's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Ofllsy Forrester's Genuine Port Wines. i Forrester's Sherries. [ Lemon Hart's W. Indian Rum. Board's...
Zeehan Political Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Zeehan Political Meeting. A public meeting ol those de'trom of to augurating a Political Association at Zuehan was held lost evening, at Mulcahy's Koyal lit change Hotel. The attendance was not large, considering tile importance of such a meeting, Mr. G. 1'. Sinelait was vottd to the clvair, Mr. F. BUjnold acting secretary. An apology was r«tl from Mr. C. H. Curlaiu. The Chairman stated tbat be liad called the meeting at the suggestion of a number of gen tlemen who considered that the requirements of the place necessitated a political organisa tion of some kind. At the lust election they were split up into sixes and sevens, and this would not have been the caio li*d they been joined together in an association for the pnr pose of obtaining tlteir political right). Some Amendments were wante.l iu the law of Tas mania, more especially in tho;e relating to mining, and it behoved them, in order to get theseamendraents. to pull together. If tiling went as they should ^o, thev ought at ele...
Alleged serious Assault and Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Alleged Serious As sault and Robbery. Mr J. JlcKiiy reported to tho Zeolian police ?nrly on Wednesday morning that Meeting profusely was liinx in llie road wav opposite llie Harrier (Jninp. Con ntahlr-s Rtrrdl atd Littler proceolcil to iIm spot, uml with the ssshlr.ncc of others placed tliu man on a ilonr nnd convevci him to Anderson's Hotel. Tim m-io Cvns in a fii ?htful condition, nnd appeared to be ia event vaiu. Dr. Kontiddr. n-lin mis Soon in nttendanoe, found thnt his loft shoulder wns dislocated, nnd Hint he wns suffering from deep wounds on tlirj back of the liend and tumplc, as tveil ae otlu-r bruis;s. The medical gi'iitluman replace.! thu shoulder and dressed the man's wounds. The injured mac gave his name r-s George Vamlerlmlle, hut was in too criticsl ft etnte to give much information ns to the conditioa in which he was fonnrl. All that conlu be gathered (mm him was tb.it lie had been repeatedly knocked down liy some iniia who hurl uttempic.-i to rob him. Whea Jouu.J uo ...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Correspondence. From our rentiers we invite coirespondence on mutton of general interest, which w. trill whenever practicable, insert in this column Correspondent* are requested to write on one side ef the paper only. Witli tlie opinions expressed in this column we do not identity ourselves. Tbe writer's name in all instances most accompany contributions, not necessarily for publication. YE CHRONICLES OF ZERHAN. And behold the writer meandered forth close to tlm hall of tlie Kindi Kate, and Bor Li aaid unto him ' Come hither and bate a skate,' and in Iho simplicity of his heart the writer 'come hither,' and they buckled unto hie sandals instruments with wheels affixed there to, and Bor Li cried 'right ' but verily it whs not right for No*- Cham tried to utand upon his head, and the girls laughed witll glee. And again Bor li raised New Chum erect and again Kew Chum tried to hqld himself erect by the air, and again the Sour was emote ?- smite with his ancient form, and yea again did t...
West Coast Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
West Coast Hallways. In oi;n srjc.'iL aeronreR, mk. f. j. bkskt. the survey of several railway lines at, and abont Duudas, but owing to the continued wet state of the weather 1 was unable to get over much eountry. However tbe following par ticulars— spare as thev are— may be of some interest. Mr Sale, tbo Oovernrnent Surveyor, en gaged on the survey of the Zeuhan-Waratah line has completed one routs which runs north from Zeehan, and at present be is running an alternative line, whiob starts from the Junc tion (about the four mile peg a! the Zeehan and Dundas line) passes near the Success claim, and trnversin* the gap known as the Serpen tine Uiil. crosiei the Pieman near its .function with tbe Huskisfon Uiver. it is te be hoped that after the Government have definitely de cided upon one of the these Hues the contract JitioDs u was dons with the Zeelian-Dunfttt line. This would certiinly ensue a quick despatch of work. In tlm interest of tbe &e!d J wi«Ii tlie tiorernucac coul...
Hospital Scandal. HOBART, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Hospital Scandal. r»V EUSCTRIC TELEGRAPH.! (PllOU ODB OWR OoBnKPOHSKHT.) HosABr, Jane la. A remarkable case ol mistaken identity or carcloasncFs occur.ed to-day at the Hobart Hospital. Mr A. Clark, under taker, ivccived orders for the interment of thn body of John Nevin, who for many year* was iiuployed in the Uohart gaol, nit who died recently in the Hospital from tynliniu fever. The fmirral was fixed for 11) o'clock tliis moraine;, tnd the Governor of tbo gaol liid unrjfl nrj-JinrcmpnJn for 'the prese'so* of liiiiiuclt: nnJ stall it the funeral. Upon proecedii,' to tlie Mnrgue, junderUk r Clark Foi.nl that Mevin'K body liivl liecn removed, and another one loft in its place. Enquiries elicited tlie information (but e pjuiirr funeral hnl taken plnccnoinn liouts earlier, tlii undertaker f'r wliiolt rind taken Nuviu'n lenmins in inifltnVe for tbat of tlm piiuner. Tiio unlhnritits imme diately t'lcpho:-c'l out lo the cmetcry, ordeiinr, (he bucly Iu ho nxliumed ami re turned in the hoip...
TASMANIA. HOBART, June 17. ZEEHAN HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
TASMANIA. [BY KhEi,TJlIfl TE!,K3KAPH.l (Fnou Una Oim Coanurostmi). Bod.mit, Juni 17. ZKEH1K U05?ITAL CONCEIIT. The arms, urncmiin ol (he cimvort, held loFt night, in aiil of the Zecliau Hospital, will probably uinoiint to i'sO. THEF1' AT nOKAItT Ml'SKUM. A cai.u at the Aluseuui has been broken into, mid (johl coi'iik, valued at i'o, tt.ilen. Two boys utro urrmlrd an susiiicinn, but Vive siiliscquontly rulease i.
Zeehnn-Dundas Road [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Zeehan- Bun das Road [From pun Special HeI'oiitkr ] As Instructed, I made an inspeeUon ot the above road, eommeucinc from the Barrier Camp at Zeehan. Regarding the conditioa tbat this rood is in, as farM tbe end of the Silver King property— say nearly a mile— your readers are already well aware, to their cost ; bnt those that have never made tbe through trip to Oundas on the new rood can form no idea of its fearful state at the present time. From the first Henty bridge, on the borders of the King property, up to about 200 yards past the second Henty bridge, in tbe vicinity of the brickyard*, there is nothing but slush knee deep for thi unfortunate pedestrian to wade through, variel by oocisional plunges inte rut-holes tbat in some cases are deep enough to bury the traveller up to hia middle. Passing thin, a short stretch of fairly good walking— for tbe West Const— is wet, on to the Junction, that is about four miles from Zeeban. From the Jnuotion may be broadly termod tbe commenceme...
Australia v. America. MELBOURNE, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Australia v. America. IBV SUBHALMKE CADLK.1 fPER EEUTEE'S ACHSCY.l M;;LBounKE. June 18, The Imig-cxpcctad boxing milch be tween Frank Sl.iviti, or Australia, and Jnke Kilrnin, of America, was decidsd yesterday iu Sow Jersey City, A» both uieu have for SJmo litno piist been aspirants for clrirapionBhi|i honors, on unparalcllcd amount n£ interest wits taken in this crmt'-st by sporting men iu all parts ol the ngrld, nud immense sums were uagoreu over the result. Tho LaUle, which wan a fierce one, was (me series of onslaughts, liotli men receiving a considerable nuioiint of punishment, Slavin eventually winning iu tho ninth round.
Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 16. CRAIGBURN PROSECUTION ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Intercolonial Cables. [BT SUBMAltlNE CABLE.! fntui ass cwH connr.srosiiEsT.] VICTORIA. Mm.nnnFtNB. Jurn Id. CBUOBUBN PItOSECOTIO.S1 ABANDONKD. Owing to the great difficulties in the nay, tlie Attorney-General has decided not tn institute proceedings against Captain Kerr .in connection with tlio Oraigbura wreck, as the evidence avail able showed that the captain advised tho men to stand by tne ship, hut they went off in the boat and were drowned. SHE EXPLOSIVES1 ACT. Keen, the contractor, went to gaol fnr four monUis because he could not pay the fine ot'L138 imposed on him unner the Explosives' . Act, for keeping dyna niitc unprotected in a house at Oolliug waod. THE END. Wni. John Heuniugham, who was recently sentenced to three yoars' im ? prisonment for uttering a forged chequo, died in Pentridgcon Monday. . ..,THSMTBSr.EU110n. T-elfigranis' teccirea from Drisbane iMatt t the hist of the rations had born distributed to-day in tho strike cninps, and that the fnen must now arratigo f...
Strahan Snaps. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
Stralmn Snaps. (TrOU OUO OWN COBRESFONDBIfT). I have always hold the opinion that my writing was plain and legible, but when the poor printer mmtakes my capital ' G ' for an 11 S ' and my 'y' too, 1 mu*t give in, and bear tbe blame :or ' Gray ' (who was committed for trial last week for emlietzlemsnt from Mr Jos, Kay) being written ' Sra«.' I would also like to correot an error. F. Gray was a steward Ion the Banks Peninsula, and not the Belliuesr. oa noted in inv last. Last week Mesirs Birch and Kay returned from an exploring tour of the Professor Range«, and brought with them a fine sample of limestone, dinootfered about 20 mileB from Straban. ami within a mile --f the railway line. They iiave a bfg body of it in view, and have senta qnantlty to town for the purpose of being assayed and floating a company to work and develop it. A gentleman, an eKjiert in minera-olgy (now on his way to Zeehsn), ba- seen a lample of the find, and declared it to be of an excellent quality. He will pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 June 1891
3::ccLvl Advertisements: rpUj-: COMMERCIAL BANK OF TASMANIA (LlllJI'ED). ESTABLISHED, 1S32. Capital Subscribed ... £500,000 Paid up ? £125,00' Ueserve Fiiud ? £150,000 A BRANCH Of this Bant is now OPES AT MOUNT ZBEHAN, Under the management of Mr G. F. Heavy. C. J. BARCLAY, Managing Director. 'OOOKS ! ;B00KS ! : HOOKS ! ! ! Just Received— 1,0 00 NEW BOOKS. Kew Supply for Circulating Library. Come &&d select from the largest Stock on the West Coast. EVEKSHED BEOS., Zeehan and Dundas. T. WALCH AND SONS, BOOKSELLERS, TATIO^ERS, AKD MUSIC SELLERS, YTELLIXCTOX BRIDGE, AND i\0. 4! MACQL-AE1E STREET, HOBART Agexts for the Melbourne Argun, Austral aittait, djtftrtxfflan. and Australian yoiimal Sydtuy .'Jail and Town and Country ?Jo^nrJ. The Cheapest House in the Trade for Account Book! and Stationer;'. Pianofortes and Cabinet Organs irom tne best English and Foreign Makers. Very Literal Discounts for Cash. Fries Lists and Terms will he gent on Application. J. WALCH AND SONS. ...