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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. GREAT COMMERCIAL CRISIS. LONDON, October 10 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

EUROPEAN Telegrams [BY SUBMARINE CABLES],   [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]   GREAT COMMERCIAL CRISIS.   London, October 10.     There is immense excitement on     'Change owing to the heavy failure of   nine prominent brokers.     THE LATE GLOVE FIGHT.     Slavin and McAuliffe have been     committed for trial for committing a     breach of the peace, bail being allowed       in sureties of £3,000 each. The case   will probably be heard in November.   Great excitement prevailed, and the     police experienced great difficulty in   clearing the streets.       Sullivan has definitely declined to       m...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Intercolonial Cables. THE GREAT LABOUR STRIKE, MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 October 1890

Intercolonial Cables.         [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]     THE GREAT LABOUR STRIKE,   Melbourne, Sunday.   The Stevedores Labourers have   resumed work pending the conference to   be held between the Employers Union   and the Trades Hall Council, great   satisfaction is expressed on all sides at   the first signs of a termination of the   struggle.   Melbourne, October 13.     The stevedores labourers foreman   Hugh Cameron had his leg broken this   morning by a stevedore's labourer   kicking him in a quarrel arising over   strike matters, Cameron has been re-   moved to the Hospital.   Edward Kerr has been remanded for   a week on a charge of forging and   ut...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

? ? Business ? To the Tasmanian jM^jBMK^rafflMyfcg Government. (Late Chas. Abbott,) ? awnuK/R/^-r sa^iHUacp, hobabt. Watch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the most reliable work men obtainable, and our prices are the most moderate. Any information regarding our business can be obtained from Mr. Calder, Zeefmt ana Du/idas Herald Office, who has been acquainted with us lor many jrean. He is our Local Afcent, and any Repairs or Orders left with him will . have prompt attention. M*3!t«OHAl\TS Ac IMPOBTERS ^ vk HOBART, HAVE FOR SALE— ! WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, ??;... GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., IV ALSO, ; Cttomql Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, Etc. ?* ?? t*artieiilnrs on. Application. !' COLLINS & MURRAY STREETS. i ^BTTIRGKESS BEOS, W- ttESDJtsrzcTjiisr ?wjarjLiarF, hobaet, *» ; WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS. ^ ? ?%. ? SOLE -A.C3-E3STTS POR, ''Bob Roy,' 'Long John,' 'Galley Blend' Berkeley Vinegar ;ind Pickles 'lUrolrer' Ale and ...

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Court of Mines. Tuesday, October 14. Before Mr. Commissioner Fowell. THE banner CROSS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Court of Mines. ? ^ ? Tuesday, October 14. Before Mr. Commissioner Fowell. THE HANNElt UI1OSS CASK. Iu re the application of Thomas Williams .' for lease of section 2,478 87m. Dundas (interest since transferred to H. Simpson) aud tbe objection lodged b}r F. Borley. Mr. A. G. Oinaut appeared on behalf of tho objector, and asked for an adjournment of this case inasmuch as it is now before the Supreme Court, on appeal against the decision of Mr. Com missioner Belstead. The Commissioner. after hearing the above ground adjourned the case till after it is settled by tlii Supreme Court. Bokley v. Davis. In re the application of James Davis for lease of section 2333, Mount Dundas, (inter est transferred to A. Kozuiiusky), and the objection lodged by Frederick Borley. This case came before Mr. Commissioner Fowellin June last, whodecided iu favour Ddvies. Borley then took the case before tho Supreme Court, and His Honour, tho Chief J ustice after hearing argument from Counsel ou bulb, sides, ...

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SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

; SPQR21&G- The result of the Gaul ioH Cup will be jnado known to-morrow afternoon by an extraordinary. [BY ELECTRIC TEiBORAPH.] [Fnotr Oon Own Coiuksi-on»I':nt.] LATEST SCRA^CHINGS. - Melbourne, 'October 13. The following horses have been scratch ed for the Caulfield :— RuBsley, Merriment, Wbakawai, Dunkcld, Radnor, Emma, Loon, Moor, Snowfoot, Abascus, and Wendouree. Propounder and Spokesman have been scratched for the Melbourne Cup. , Later. Chaldean, Promised Land, Despised and Lawyer have been struck out of Caultield Gup. At Flemington this morning Richelieu finished four lengths in front of Rich Ruby in mile and a half gallop. Time. 2 mins. 49i sees. Singapore beat Don Giovani in the same journey. Prelude and Gresford accomplished slx fiirlongs in 1 miu. 25 sees., and Carbine carved but a mile on tan in 1 rain. 54 sees. Maggie beat Little Beinie in a mile and a half gallop. The following arc the acceptances for the Caulfield Cup : — Sir William, Richelieu, Singapore, Ch...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Stock & Share Market. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Stock & Share 3IarUet' [BY ELECTHIC TELEGRAPH.] [HIOM OUR OWN UOllUHSPONDENT.] H0BA11T, Thuhsdav. The following were the sales and quotations yesterday on the Hobart Stock Exchange : — Western, bujcrs 2s Cd ; Argus, boyers Is lOd, sellers 2s 3d ; Argus Extended, buyers 4d, sellers Gd.; Full Moon Ex tended, sellers .£'12 ; Bank V.D.L., sellers £G 1 Os ; Cascade Brewer}', sellers 20s Od, buyers 20s !)d; New Golden Gate, buyer* 41s, seller 45s.; North Golden Gate, sales 3s lid; Balstrups, buj'crs Gs 3d, sellers 6s 7d ; Comet, Ma 15s, sellers £6 7s Gd ; Comet Extended, buyers G5s, sellers 80s ; Comslock, buyers 12s (id, sellers 15s ; Grubb, buyers Is 3d,'sellers Is 9d ; Godkin, paid up, buyers 8s, sellers 8s 9d ; Godkin Extended, buyers Is lOd; Manganese Hill, buyers 7s 3d, sellers 7s 3d ; lvapi, sellers 2s Gd ; Monte Christo, buyers Is 8d, sellers 2a ; Montana, buyers IOs, sellers 11s 9d ; Pyramids, buyers Is Id, sellers Is 4d; Kenison Boll, sellers £i 2s Gd ; Silver Crown, buy...

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The Great Strike. MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Tlie Great Strike. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] FFnOM OUR OWN OOBRESrONKENl.V MELBOURNE. Wednksimy. The Trades Uall Committee are dissatis fied with the reply from the .onlftjjE*^ They still urge an unconditional jjj^feCT- ence an1) say that the strike is by no means over. The Trades Hall Committee only received a. reply from the Employers' Union this morning, and they will deal with it this evening. The strike is wear-' ing itself out. The stevedores refuse, to work tinless the labourers are discharged. The first ship load of coals from Japan is reported off the Coast. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Work at Class Coal Mine is proceeding with free labourers. There are 1,000 unionists in the vicinity of the mine. It is understood that Sir Alfred Stephen will endeavour to bring about a meeting of both sides, with a view to the settlement of the strike difficulty. LAUNCESTON, Thursday. At a meeting of the local Wharf Labourers', Union held last evening, the position of the Union was discussed at length, ...

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MINING. THE MOUNT DUNDAS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

MINING. [by oun srisciAL mb. a. p. gidson] THE MOUNT DUNDAS DISTRICT. In your first issue I confined my. intro ductory remarks to tbe existing condition of the Zechun portion of the field, which, it was shown, is making steady progress of a substintial kind, iu the face of the many difficulties that have to be contended with. It was also shown that recent discoveries clearly indicated the necessity for a more thorough system of prospecting on many of the properties now lying idle, a subject on which the special reports following in this issue, have a special bearing. It cannot be denied that, but for the very important discoveries made at Mount Dundap, very much less vitality would, have been manifested on the field generally (ban at present exists. However sterling or solid, may be the merits of the silver lead mines of Zeehan, they lack, as a rulo, ' that romantic fw-ciuatiou appertaining to great possibilities such as the Australian public so dearly love, and which seem to lend a...

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Public Meetings KOONYA P. A. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Public Meetings, ? ^ r~ KOONYA P. A. A meeting of the above association was held at Messrs. Robiueon and Pead's office on the 15 tli inst. and it was decided to make a call of five pounds, and to continue further prospecting at Mt. Dundas. Shareholders are requested to forward amount of call to the secretary as soon as possible.

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HOBART. Hobart, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

HOBART. ?BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. I [MOM ODll OWN COIHlESPONDENT.l I Hobart, Wednesday. I To-day is being kept as a general IlioJiday, on account of tbe annual Agri fcultmal and' Pastoral Show. 'The weather Irasjjie, and hundreds have left the city ?or tie show' ground. jf' There was no meeting of the Stock Exchange to-day. ? At the Police Court this morning, ?James Orme was brought up and re Imanded on a charge of stealing from the ?City of Hobart Hotel, Collins-street, ?money and jewellery to the value of £23, ?the property of Samuel Abbott. I Thursday. I At the Police Court to-day, Walter ?McGuinnes's was fined 20s aud costs for ?assaulting Chas. Warren. It appeared ?in evidence that the cause that could be ?assigned for the offence was that defen Kant was a unionist and complainant ?was a non-unionist. I A son of Constable f Uifford, stationed ?at Gleuora, aged 7 yeai-3, fell off a bul ?ock dray yesterday, and died four hours Vtcrtrards. H A firetookc out this morning at tho ?Cant...

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Intercolonial Cables VICTORIA MELBOURNE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Intercolonial- 'Cables. I fF]l0M OUR OWN CORREBPONDTCNT] I VICTORIA. I MeIjBOWine, Wednesday. I A ffcll-kiiownclraractor Alfred Gnssc, li«9 Attrc, was discharged from Peni I'. tliis morning, and immediately Inrroted on cl.nrge of obtaining £97 ITf.il* preU-iiceu from Henry Sfaiinlyn, H Strtr-tliree dairies have been oxam H^And most of which are reported to ^?S^n reTy unsatisfactory condition. V ' Later. H j)1(, man Cassi1, mentioned in first ?jlceram is an adventurer, who visited Kginanin and married a clergyman's ?au^r,inHobart. ^^ H xiic coming contest between Peter lachon anil Jno. Gorldard is exciting ?onsidcrable interest, and preparations on K expensive scale are being made to Egtinie requirements of spectators. HrVposals to open the Public Library H,J^rt Gallery on Sunday was lost in the RjsemMy by a majority of. four votes, as Bus also the motiop expressing regret that Kic Emyloyets' Union had not complied Kjth tbc request of ihe~' Trades Unions to ?old on unconditional conf...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS LONDON, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

European Telegrams ? * n ? . 1 [BY SUBMARINE CABLES]. ' I [raoM oun own correspondent.] 1 i London, October 13. A serious collision- took place in ' the English Channel, between the ship v.x Wellington bound for New Zealand, %''){ ?with a steamer name unknown. The j Wellington's bows were stove in, and j she had to return to London docks. , Grave diggers at Dublin to number j of twenty-seven have struck work, owing to their secretary having been dismissed. The Russian Heir-Apparent to the ? throne has been suddenly attacked with insanity, owing to his fears of the Nihilists. His case is considered \ hopeless. O'Connor, well-known in acquatic circles, has sailed for Canada. The Mineral Exhibition, at the Crystal Palace, has been a great finan cial success. Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien's where abouts is still a matter of doubt. They arc now supposed to bo in hiding, in stead of having taking passage for America. A very serious fire broke out . in a large Hat Factory iu Sniithfield. Six ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Business Notices rjHE DEVONPORT SILVER MINING COMPANY. | ? : o : ? -~J Applications for the position of MINING MANAGER to the above . Company, enclosing Testimonials arid Salary required, -will be received up till 6 o'clock on FRIDAY, October 37, 1890. H. A. LAMB, Manager. October 14, 1890. J)EVONPORr S. M. CO. Allotment fee of ONE SHILLING per share is now due and payable at the Office of the Company Zeehan,7 and must be paid on or before October' 25th, 1890, or shares will be forfeited' H. A. LAMB. Legal Manager. pAGE'S SECTION' 2337 ? _ '-^^M Zeehan applications are requested ? to pay the allotment fee of ONE ? ' V' SHILLING per share, which is now due at the oflice of . * ADAMS & LAMB, : Brokers. ELKIN AND DALY. Carters and Contractors/ ' Work executed on the shortest notiee' Gravel supplied and carted in any quantities. Next Post Office, : Zcehan. Wi W1NDRED. ASSAYEB, 54BEHAN. Opposite Post Office. OT ?-*? 7ri-re-/fi\'nVCTf(' WITS' Mining, Eokwarding, Land, . Estate and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

.Spetiai Advertisements: Jg E^JI A1 fcf PHARMACY, A. P. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants 6 Zeehfdi «nd Neighbourhood that be is opening a BRANCH adjoining the Bank of Van Diemen's Land, under tne management of Mr. E. C. J. DAVIES, where an excellent '???'' Assortment of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES SICK-ftOOM APPLIANCES, %ERttJME&Y, HAIR, TOOTH, AtfB NAIL ^RUSHES, TOILET ^|^4tlONS;iffCv ETC., -?SB b-6 procured at Town Prices. ^L,HOOD, BOOKSELLEE, STATIONER, AND ? itufiic seller, LIVESftaftL' AM) itlZABBTH STREETS, HOBART. [* T.L.HOQ5 solicits the patr nage of his f-^HWest«-tat Friends, and begs tooassure them ? %»t uny orders committed to bis care will : Itare prompt aofl careful attention. ''? '^ BOOEJ&ot-every kind kept in stock. If not in stock, * mil ' be procured with the least possible delay. JIE\V&PA.PEBS supplied with punctuality tfitd regularity. Terms for newspapeis being Strictly payments in advance, a subscription . should a...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. RAILWAY EXTENSION TO DUNDAS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

THE f JP«r tto noM that Uota usbtuiee for ti* wrong that atria teaiituca for tie future In tb»dlriu-w And the good Hut wa oan do.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. : RAILWAY EXTENSION TO DUNDAS. The extension, of the Railway from Zcelian to Dundas, or the construction of a Tramway between those ' places uniform, and connecting -with terminus ' at Zeelian, is a subject of more than local importance. After noting the manner in which the various items con tained in the last Railway Construction Bill were dealt with by Parliament, there appears to be very little chance: of any new Bill finding favour in the House as it is at present constituted. If the Dundas people depended on the humour of the present Tasinaniaii Parliament for their Railway, we are afraid that, like the good folk of Sheffield, they would have to wait patiently ten or twelve years (which appears . to be the official time), during which 'due en- ? quiry ' would be made as to the route, etc., and even then run the climice of f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Speeial Advertisements. 17EEHAN AND DUNDAS 43ILYttl.tr! ^ FIELDS, : S GEORGE I). ^GIBSON (Late of Broken Hill, N.S.W.) Mining llcporter. Mr. GIBSON begs to state that lie ha taken up his residence at Zcehun, and is now prepared to furnish RELIABLE REPORTS on MINING PROPERTIES: in the above districts. Fees jnoderafe. Half payable in advance,-. - \-^f I m STEWART, 1. MOUNT ZEEHAN. MINING AGENT, LEGAL MANAGER, ACCOUNT ANT, AND AUDITOR Formation and Management of Companies, and Syndicates undertaken Accounts Audited, and Balance Sheets Prepared. . JWALCH AND SONS, ? B00KSKL1.EE8, STATIONERS, AND MU8IC8ELLEB8, WELLINGTON BRUME, AND No. 42 MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART AaxNTS for the Melbourne Argus, Austral' atian, Sportsman, and Australian Journal ; Sydney Mail and Town and Country Journal. The Cheapest House in the Trade for Account Books and Stationery. Pianofortes and Cabinet Organs from the best English and foreign Makers. Very. liberal Diiconnts for Cash; Price Lists and Terns will be s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

CENTRAL SAW AND PLAK ING M; L],S / Melville Strhet, Hcbakt. FRED. H. CRISP, TIMBER MERCHANT.

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Country News. CORINNA. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

Country News. [from odr own correspondents.] 1C0RINNA. Mining in this part is advancing slowly, but surely, and this district will in the near future take its stand as a large mininc centre. A registered company has recently been formed , for further development of the find known as Cummin's Creek, while other aseociations are being formed for prospecting adjoining sections on the line of lode. The track to the RewaFd clain is com pleted, and gives great satisfaction to all interested in the development of this field. In addition to gold, I am informed that sections have been pegged for silver on the North bonk of the Pieman, on the Dundas line of lodes. These discoveries will add to the importance of this place, and will bring capital, so long needed for prospect ing, that large belt of mineral country known to exist between Dundas and the Heazlewood. General satisfaction is expressed here ut having a newspaper in our midst, and the proprietors of ' The Zeehan and Dundas Herald ' h...

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CONGRATULATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

CONGRATULATORY. Sir, — Al'ow me (and I think I am merely echoing the voice of every resident of Zeehan and Dundas J to congratulate yourself and staff, on the splendid success of your first issue. It is a credit to your selves and the district. I am certain if you act up to your mottc, your paper in a short time will be looked upon as one of the leading journals of the day. — Wishing you every success in your new and plucky enterprise. — I remain etc. A WELLWISHER.

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GOOD INTENT P. A. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890

GOOD INTENT P. A. [To the Editor. ^ Sir, — I would like to ask through your ^ coluinsiftbe above Association has died a natural death, as it is now nearly six weeks since the last general meeting was ailed to elect Directors, and to form rules. It is the impression of some of the share holders present, that the Directors were to revise the rales of the Queen P. A. to suit the Good Intent P. A., and then to call a general meeting to have the rules adopted I think that the Directors or Legal Man ager should call a meeting at once and have the rules adopted, thanking you in ? anticipation, — Yours etc. A SHAREHOLDER.

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