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HOBART. Hobart, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

HOBART. — —^ ? TBY ELECTRIC TflLEGRAPHp [-FBOM ODH OWN donBESPOttDENT.] Hobart, November 7. Mr Hclmer lias ]ust returned troin a visjt to the West Coast, and has fur nished a report to the Minister of Landb on the state of the roads betweeu Jte mine and Zephan. From his report it appears that £2,000 had been expended in day-labour on this road during the flear, under the direction of District In -jfcetor Moore, or total, with contracts now ia hand, of about £3,000, voted by Parliament for work, has been expended, and Mr Helmer is at, a loss to know what has been done with the money. Mr Helmer reoommends that a g.'od practical man be at once sent to tike charge of the road, with a strong ga ig, and put it iu order, and suggests fcaat the man should act independently of Mr Mtore, Til Public Works Department have decidel to order the construction of ft puut. W by.8ffc, to facilitate ferrying !Mo6Si|#-^y River, In the Legislative Conucil this after noon the Z-vhan and Dtindus Railway Bi...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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MINING. DUNDAS. THE ADELAIDE PROPRIETARY [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

MINING. [BY OUn SPECIAL, MB. 0. 1). GIBSONj DUNDAS. THE ADELAIDE PKOPfllETAnY. On examining the above mine on Satur day, I found that better progress bad been made in tbe tunnel, the face showing less of the hard material formerly referred to as crossing it -liagoually|Mig4.'^band of favourable looking gossa&ui^.jtijjjeii mat with, and also a thin vein, of galena, but as yet no. very substantial improvement ' has occurred. A very dense boulder of quiirtzile occupies about two-thirde of tl^e - face, but, as I explained in my last article,, such occurrences ureincidentul ia all lodes/ and it must be remembered thai as yet ouly tha capping of the lode ia being penetrated. Lower 'down towards the creek a costeen pit ii being put across the lode, anrl here it oousists ot soft decom posed material, chiefly gossan and kaolin, the silver value of which can only be ascertained on assay. It also contains some carbonates, sulphides, and chromates. The p;t is about 10ft deep and 10ft lo...

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

Business ? rrfssoLunoN of paktner u SHIP. We, the undersigned, trading under tho name and title of WALTER ROSS & CO., Blacksmiths and Wheel wrights at Zeelian and Remitie, have tbis day DISSOLVED PARTNER SHIP by mutual consent. All Outstanding Accounts due to the above firm must be paid within fourteen days to Mr. H. S. Lay ton (care of W. Ross), of Zeehan, whose receipt is sufficient discharge. Ac counts owing by the above firm must be sent in without delay. WALTER ROS3. i CHARLES WOODWARD. 31st October, 1890. WALTER ROSS Takes this opportunity of thanking bis numerous patrons for their past support, and begs to inform them and the public generally that he is still carrying on the business at the old address, Zeeh&n. O. WOODWARD and A. THORS Have much pleasure in announcing ^ that they have purchased ^he Remine business, where workmanship is guaranteed, and hope by strict atten tion to business to merit a fair share of patronage. 1KVINE & M'EACHERN WHOLESALE...

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EUROPEAN CABLES London, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

European Cables. fBV SUBMARINJG CABLES]. (FJIOM OUR OWN CORRE6PONDNT.) London, November 6. At tho elections for the House of i ftcjirejeritativcs, now taking place in tb^KTmted States, the democrats are i scoring heavily and paining everywhere. jfr McKinlcy, the author of the I McKfnley Tariff Bill, has been beaten for Ohio, despite the lavish expenditure ' of money sown broadcast to secure his return. The Tammany nag, which it was hoped and believed had been killed, has completely carried New York State 011 the Tammany ticket. McKinley was defeated by two hundred votea only. The Republicans now admit that the Democrats will succeed in electing ^Governor Cleveland at the next Presi dential election. At a mass meeting held at Mile End last night, Mr Fitzgerald's references to Mr Champion were received with groans, and cries of ' Shoot him,' ' He dam not return,' etc. The Dockers' Union have accepted the principle of cooperation proposed by the directors of the Albert Docks. November ...

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SPORTING. MELBOURNE November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

SPOUTING. fBY SUBMARINE CABLE.] (FROM OOB^OWN OORBESPONDENl']. MELSouaNB. November 7. The Plemington races were largely attended yesterday. The weather was very warm, with a northerly wind, causing oloudg of dust. Tho following were the results : — FtYisd Stakes, a sweepstakes of obovb. each, 1 ft, with 300sovs added ; seuuud horse OOsovs aud third SOsuvs out of the the stakes. For two-year-olds and up wards. Weight for age. Seven fur longs. Megaphone (Bamage) 1; Lady Carbine, 2 ; Correze, St Oaks StaKks, a sweepstakes of 9Ssovs nacli, 5 ft, with 500sovs added ; second liorse to receive lOOsovs, and the third 50sovs out o£ the stakes. For three year-olds. Fillies, 8st lOlbs. Distance, one mile and a half. MrN. White's Litigant, 1; Mr J.Wil son's Magic Circle, 2; Mr D. S. Wallace's WiJga, 3. Won easily by four lengths. Second Hdrdle, a handicap sweenstakes Seovs each, 1 ft, with 300 added ; second horsflto receive 60sovs and the third 30sov8 out of the stakes. Distance, ubuul 2 miles...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 10 November 1890

r Intercolonial Cables. v ' - ? [FROM OOa OWN CORRESPONDENT.] VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 7. A railway truck rau away on the Cathkin and Merfcon line yesterday, and a man jumped out and was killed. It is not likely that Carbine will race again for some little time. The Intercolonial Pastoralists' Con ference dgatmL, on the outlines or a Federal1y|jpMtatiou iu connection with 4M^a8||p&ts' Union of Australia. Eacfc;Wfl-fiyis to have a Central Council tb^feal with local affairs, these bodies to aJx governed by the Federal Council. W The steamer Abergeidy arrived to-day from Japan with a cargo of coai for the Victorian railways. November 8. The death of Allred Watson, fifth son of Mr George Wataon, the well-known starter; through a fall from his horse at Moonee Valley yesterday, is deeply re« gretted. A :dastardly attempt was made last evening at Diouin to wreck the gooda train going-to Melbourne A 75lb steel rail was found by the engine-driver placed across the line. The rail...

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

Special Advertisements THE ZEEHAN & DUNDAS HERALD. | Published Tri-wcokly. I ? Subscription : Os-.^er Quarter in Advance. , 2JEEHAN PUAKMAOY ? ? ??? ? ? A. V. MILLER, j CBRMIST, HO BAT , ! Begs to intimate to the inhabits uts i of Zcelian and Neighbourhood tha ( he as opened a BRANCH adjoining I the Bank --f Van Dienieu's Land, tinder the lnauagement of Mr. E. C. J. DAVIES, where an excellent Assortment of LVGF, PATENT MEDICINES | SICK-EOOM APPLIANCES, j PERFUMERY, HAIR, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET PREPARATIONS, ETC., ETC., j can be procured at Town Prices. T. L MOOD, BOOKSELLER, STATION SB, AND MUSIC SBLfcEB, :? LIVBEPOOL and KLlZABJSJSr.StREETS, HOBABT, ~ : I- T. .L.-90Q0 gqllcU* Ore. iatr iu«e of iii* l~ West Coast Friends, urig8%fiWp»re them '*' that any osiers ~t»mmittsa^?raS care will . have prompt end careful attention. BOOKS of every kind kept in Btock. If not in stock, will be procured with the least possible delay. NEWSPAPKBS supplied with punctuality and regul...

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

I ___ ? I fd- HiiYNOLDS & GO.'S ? Lire of sk'auK'rs between 1/I0UAHT AND STRAHAN. ? -- B13LLING131 1,' 280 tons, 1 leaves Holmrt every Wedues ? Jay at lioon, and Strahan every ? J?rid;iy at 3 p.m. I ' BOWKA,' 250 tons, I *j 'PIONEER,' 100 ions, I leaves Ilobavt every Saturday, I and Straliau every Tuesday. I ' 'ADVANCE,' I For Trial Harbour every opportunity. I Stock and Sharebrokers BAYLEY & WALCH STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, 10, ELIZABETH STREET HCBABT, TASMANIA. Ernest T. Simonds, Stock and S«arbbroker, 1C, ECI^JBETH STREET, ^?HOBART. miLLEY & WESTCOTT, jL 84. COLLINS ST.. HOBABT. STQCK AND SHAREBHOKEBS AND ? GENEEAL COMMISSION .AGENTS. HobMt Stock Exchange Attended Dailj, v STOCK AND SH AREBROKER, - Bt? (Commission only), BBGULAH ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. Clients' Stock obtained and placed at best prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, 76, COLLINS STfiEET, Hobaht. Telephone 26B. £. MAOE & CO., STOCKfl^fe SHAREBROKERS, : MINJ3N0-& COMMISSION y^; 'AGE...

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

SHIPPING. We linve bcou informed by Met-srs Reynolds and (Jo., Unit tins b.s., Bellinger will 6nil for llobart. on Monday aflernoon. [BY. ELKCTRIC TEl.KGRAPU.] ImOM OUR OWK COttnESPOSDBKT.] HOKAKT. Saturday, « p.m. AKUIVISI). Kooiiya, s.s. (Muddei)-, from Stralmn.

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

Birth. HENRY. — On Sunday morning, 9th inst., the wife of F. O. Henry, of Strahan : a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

' JinsmesrS Noti'-'1 ' ? BUEG-ESS BEOa, 3P3Bj&-lTICLI3Sr -WI-iA-Xiaj1, 3 IOX3 A.BT, ?*? wholesale winf-, spirit and general merchants, and commission agi.:;ts. SOLE! ^Q-EifcTTS IFOIR,, hRob Roy,' 'Long JoLu,' 'Galley DleucT Wiiisky '' Revolver ',' Ale and Stout 'Faure**' Brandy gt. Habert'e Australian Vines Berkeley Vinegar mid Pickles ' Peach '' Draud Meats Dairy 1! utter Samson Mixture Tea Gold Mi.dul Milk Taylor Bros., Cocoa, etc. eto. ~' FERGUSON & CO.; ' MBROHAJVTS Ac IMPORTEKS HOBART, HAVE FOR SALE WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., . ALSO, Colonial Produces Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, ttc, r Particulars on .Application. COLLINS & MURRAY STREETS To the Tasmanian jMfcriHMBJttwjjBMfcf Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) €\xamwttx mxb Sialcjrmaher*}, $tfodlm, attb Importers. MIITH.H/-A.-S- STS/BET, HOBART. Watch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the most reliable work men obtainable, and our prices ate the most moderate. Any. information...

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Correspondence. RACK-A-ROCK, THE COMING EXPLOSIVE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

Correspondence. BACK-A-KOCK, THE COMING EXPLOSIVE. TO THE KDITOU. Sin, — Seeing by a late issue of your paper that you take a lively interest in the general protection of the miner, both as regards his health- and safety, I deem it will not be out of place to point out to you a few particulars relative to the explosive Rack- a- Rock, which has been brought bo prominently before the public during the last seven years. The Inspector of Explosives for Victoria (McHake), of undoubted ability, in a recent investigation — consisting of all mining inspectors, mining managers, and miners — rcsullod in Back-a-Bock being acknowledged by all that had used it to be the most powerful and least injurious of any known. 1 will here take lbo liberty of mentioning a few names of inspectors and mining managers in support of my letter : — Inspectors : Messrs Stewart, Bal larat ; Abrahams, Becckworth ; Agnew, Gippsland; Ainswortb, Alexandra. Min ing managers: Davis, Catherine Reef, Sandhurst ; Abrahams,...

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HOBART. HOBART, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

HOBABT. [BY BLECTBIC TELEGRAPH.] fiEOM 008 OWN COBHESPONDENT.] . Hodart. November 11. The s b Koonya made a pleasure excur sion to New Norfolk yesterday, and ou the return journey got too close to shore, losing two blades of her propeller. This caused her to eteer somewhat wildly, and oa reaching Bridgewater, ran into the draw bridge, damaging it so much that the bridge cannot be opened, consequently the Ko&nge^aa not yet reached town, and all aver' traffic is stopped. Repairs to the .bridge are being effected. This evening, George Swilb, better known as Piper Smith, and Jim Evans -met .at the Hobaxt Hull, to box to a finish fcr the lightweight championship uf Taa mania, and £20 a-side. The fight lasted for forty-four minutes, during which time eleven rounds were fought, botU men being . considerably punished. Smith being the heavier man of thestwo, bad rather the best' :;of it. afterrtbe third. round. Before the : -ji^aisk of. the eleventh round Evans cried a wi^'j&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

Government Advertisements rjlHE ELECTORAL ACT, 1890. I hereby give notice that all persons entitled to vote in the Election of Mem bers to Borve in the Parliament of Tas mania, whose names, are not upon tbe Electoral Boll now in force for tbe Elec toral District in respect of winch they claim to vote, or who, being upon such Boll, do not retain the same qualification or continue in the same place of abode as described' in each Koll, or who claim to be entitled lo vote in respect of an income, salary, or. wages qualification, and who are desirous to have their names inserted in tbe ' Electoral Roll about to be made for such District, are hereby required to deliver or transmit to the Returning Offices of the Electoral District in respect of which they claim to vote, on or before tbe Twenty fourth day of November in thifl year, a Notice in writing by them signed, in which their Name and Surname at full length, their Place of Abode, and tbe particulars of their Qualification, must be le...

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STRAHAN. November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

STMASTAM. [FROM OUR OWN COBBESPOHDENT.] November 3. The usual Court of Bequests was opened this morning before Mr. Commissioner Fowell, but as there were no defended cases, no jury me a had been summoned. The following are the list of cases in which judgment bas been entered up in default — Elkin and Daly v Silver King Co., Peterson v F. Brennan, Fowler Bros., v Kenny, -same- v Peteraan, same v James Robertson, same v J, Kirkwood, same y Thos McDonald, same v Henry Webster, same v A. Webster, F. O. Henry v F. Brennan, P. H. Jones v R. Glover, Thos. Strong v M. O'Donnell. Robs v James and Haywood, Smith v Dyson and wife. The Licensing Bench of Magistrates sat to day, being composed of Messrs E. H. Fowell, S M Chairman, and A, ii. Bontifix, J.P. Honry Johnson applied for a license for bis house tit Mount Dundag. The - police having no objections as all the re quirements of the Licensing Act bad been complied with, and the applicant being cousidored a fit and proper person to con duct ...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

MINXMG. 7Tlie'intnlngfmauager' o'ftiie Silver Duice' S.M, 'Co. informs us that hti'iexpectfe' to cut the lode next week. The tunnel hus,- now been driven 300ft, the country isiui p roving, and unore \vator is coming in.C I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

' iSTow, look here,' said' the prof eBsoi\to tha iiifiiriflte:! bull, 'you are my_ superior in sU-engtb, 1 am your superioi-in inin*» Lat us arbitrate this matter and see win0'1 should by right git the better of oor controversy.' ' Oh, no,'1 replied the bull, 'let's toss up, for it.' The professor lost. ? A large number of BrbkeaJIHI residents - are nu voufie. ipr^Zuehftii, ? ..

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(BY OUR SPECIAL, MR. G. D. GIBSON) ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

' ' ' [dt oDR special,' iiit.'Q. d. Gibson'; '' , , ' . ' ?' zeehan; '':?''.' ; '?TBE1 BitBTEDf M4H6ANGBE fttltt h\Mt ' ' In my first nptioejon Uip| ^eehan field I . ; promised to devote a special article to, th« above ' line,' because X coneid'e'r - it ' has features, p.f^ts '? o\yn( (difierent ;f rqm thpse . foririing'the 'g6nefal cliaracteris'tics of the district, it being tho only 'o\itcrop 6f' in'iia- ; panic jrous,tone of any. prominence on the , Zeehan field witfi which L am acquainted. Startinc from Balstru'p'y1 it canbe' followed in. ajsoMj.h-easterlyjdi'reciioirfor,a distance of over a mile wlihoiit a b^eak, and will, | no' doub1, be traced for ' fai-ther. The similarity of the ironslons to tliat forming the :pntcro.p of ( Ihe famous Broken ,Hill . lissiire iuvests it \yith a special importance, i 'Wjag-to the greatooBs of ? the po'ssibiljtius ? aat may ensue from. the. development of -e.']odc When explored at deptha. After careful examination of the surface iudi . dious, ...

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Stock & Share Market [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

Stock & Share Market Adams and Lamb report as follows for the week ending November 8 :— Stocks have been very firm, Kings, Queens, Hobarts, and Comets being the favourite stocks. The following are the sales;— Bolstrup's, Us, 9s 6d, Us 0d, 10s Gd, 11 b Od, 12s, I2s6d; Royal Dundas, 1 Id, Is; Queen Extended, I7s, 20s, 21s, 22s; Queens, M, £6 5s ; Manganese, 10s, 10s (id ; Comets, 9a, 9s Gd, 10s ; Silver Kings, JC72 IXte, £li, £76; Streams Is 8d, Is itd ; llobafts, i!43 10s, £44 j Adelaido, 7s, 7s ad. ' I [BY ELECTlttC TELEGBAPH.] I [ityoM OUK QW8 COBBBBI'ONDENI.] I HoBAttT, November 11. I The following sales and quotations I were made on the Hobart Exchange I to-fey' v-1 I Mathinna, 3 tfs ; Mount Victoria, b 2b I 3d, s 3s ; New Golden Gate, b 65s, s 85s ; I North ditto, b 3s 7d.B 4s ; Starlight, b Is I - lid, s 2s Id ; Tasmania, b £6 5s, s £9 5s; I Argent? jb; £'6: JLOs ; Godkin (paid up), b ? 12s fid, s 12s 8d. Bales 12s Id ; Hobart |. Prospecting,^) £U,#{LiG ; Maestri, b la ...

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MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 November 1890

MEETING. A meeting of shareholders in tlio SU|t I of the South RA. wan held in tho Coin- I mcrcial Hotel, Mount Zeehau, on Noveii). I ''l»cr 4, Mr C. H. Littler in tbo chair. 'l\ I uiiuutcs nf tho last meeting were read inn] I confirmed. The prospector repwdiJ] lmv. I ing found a lode, running north anffVoutli. I The formation is of a cood size, with n I seam of galena running thiough the for motion about l8iu wide. The specimen brought in is termed grey ore, which was assayed, and resulted iu a upleudid average -if OGozb llgrs 8dwt«, and 02'C0 percent, of lead. It was decided that the prospec tor should open up the course of the lodo for inspection, as already a temporary offer has been niiide for the property. a8 this was only surface specimens the pro. jicrty must be considered a valuable one. It consists of two 60-acre section uortlj. east of Duudas, and not adjoining ju-v property up to dale of pegging. '-^

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