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SHIPPING HOBART, SAILED. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 November 1890

SHIPPING, ? -»- TBT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] tniCM OUR OWN COMUS8WNDENTJ. HOBART, 8A.ILUD. November 12. Bellinger, e.s., for Strahau. Passengers : — Mendamee MoCormick, Clcmente, White vA fonr children, Hiss Hales, Drs Schott ud 8heels, Messn F. S. Davoy, Cair, Bdbin, Home, McKenzie, Higginson, Floyd, Sullivan, Leslie, Miles, Cooper, Field, Brownell, Proris, Kerr, Edwards, Anderson, Vaughan, Neil, Huslcy. Gorden, O'Connor, Bidencope, Davis, Hawkes, Proctor, Benham, Rochie, Gyp, Stockel, Tarter, Bell, Walker, W. Fisher, Battle, Lort, Urqnhart, Watcborn, F, Fisber, and 16 steerage. ? ^ —

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 November 1890

I __. Shipping. ? ? f. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S ? Line of steamers between I a§3ART AND STRAHAN. ? i^Pw ' ? I « BELLINGER,' 280 tons, ? leaves Hobart every Wednes ? day at noon, and Stralian every ? Friday at 3 p.m. I ' BOWRA,' 250 tons, lj«c 'PIONEER,' 100 tons, I leaves Hobart every Saturday, ? and Stralian every Tuesday. I . 'ADVANCE/' I ]?or Trial Harbour every I opportunity. I Stock and Sharebrokers f BAVLEY & WALCH I STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, I 10, ELIZABETH STREET f *? hobabt, Tasmania Ernest T, SlMONDS, Stock and Sharebeoker, [ 16, ELIZABETH STREET, I .??-?.'?'?. HOBABT. miLLE¥,& W1STCOTT, X 84 COLLINS ST., HOBABT. 6T0GK AND SHASEBBOKEBa AND GENIBAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Hobart Btook Bxohange Attended Daily. * STOCK AND SHAKEBROKER. ''? flTO. (Commission only). BWJTJLAB ATTENDANCE ON 1CHANOK. dlent»' Stock obtained and placed at bat prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, 76, COLLINS BTBBBT, Hobaet. . ..., 3telephone 266. E. MACE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROK...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1890 DIVISION OF THE ELECTORATE OF CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 November 1890

? ? *x * i ? BJ.j \ v Jitsyv 1 «F«r the e«uittli»t lack* aislsttnee -, X«t the wrong ttant needs resigtanct tor the Intom In tt» dl»tMx» -. ? ,^.» ? And the good tint we can do.' FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1890 ~ DIVISION OF THE ELECTORATE OF CUMBERLAND. In our news columns will be foundtbe reply of tho Hon. tlio1 Chief Secrctary'ao the petition which was recently forwarded hifu thnmgli tlic moinber tor' the district, tlio Hon. N. J. Brown, praying for the division of tho electorate of Cumberland, a revn'csuiitative for the West C. ast mining dis,triet3 in the House ,o£ Assem bly, and lor the \-.4nl-lisii-nen£ of l«wal polling places. Tho reply is so far satisfactory, inas ? ch as Vvearusajil^W that the new Electoral Bill which passed the Council Ch.ainlwr at the beginning of the present month, provides^, for. wil ing places at Strahiin aiid; ^5eehanTout this is a small mattcrjji.i cj)iiyjared0vith our request for a distinct represeutatioii. To this the Chit'f Secretary replies that the G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 14 November 1890

Special Advertisements fJAYTON & RALPH, ?' ZEEHAN, TASMANIA. bate or. Broken Hill, ami Suuuy Comer, N.S.W.) SHABEMIOKEBS, AOOOUKTANTS, AUDITORS Mining Experts. Chums reported on in any part of the field Syndicate and Companies formed HepreBentativeB at Broken Hill. Adelaide, ffrdney, Melbourne, Launceston and Hobwrt. SHARES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON ,. -. / COMMISSION ONLY. Mining A General Commissions executed JgEBHAN PHARMACY 'A. V. MILLER, CHBMIST, HOBAT, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeeban and Neighbourhood that he as opened a BRANCH adjoining the Bank of Van Diemen's Land, under the management of Mr. B. C. J. DAVIES, where an excellent Assortment of BJRUG-S, PATENT MEDICINES SICK-ROOM APPLIANCES, PERFUMERY, HAIR, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET PREPARATIONS, ETC., ETC., caTa be procured at Town Prices. :--f Wa&gh and sons, OttXtONBBS, AND MPBIOSBLLBBS, ,.SUnii ^ratu^aiojf BBIDtfB, at-. « macqoaris JStebbt, hobabt 4fWOft frr the Melbourne Arpu, AtutnU 1 aftm,'...

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

__ Rnsirrpss Nqticr v ? ? '; - 33tf IRGKEQ S S ^BEOS.j ; , ,, ,:?. . ,. X'XkA.iracx.xisr whaep, i:oi3abt, ?. , WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GEXKRAL MERCHANTS, | AND COMMISSION AGENTS. ; sole .a-O-ehstts ifoir,, i ?'Rob Roy,' 'Jjong John,' 'Galley Blend' *M*y «tU»«trer' Ale and Stout HfcfcftV' Brwidy gt. Hubert'* Australian Vine* Berkeley Vinegar and Pickles ' Peacli '' Braud Moats Dairy Butter SaniBon Mixture Tea Gold Mi-dal Milk Taylor Bros., Cocoa, etc. etc. =???? ?SMtisoN & cor;'' HOBART, ; HAVE FOB SAiE— WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, ; GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC, j - albo, ; 4$kml Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, ttc.t r Particulars on Application. COELIffS & MURRAY STREETS.1 ¥d^He Tasmanian ^ftrifiaPrwaflimfc .- Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) * dfymwixtkx mxb WitifymKkm, Jenifers, anb; Qjf . . j , -M iitijti MAhm aatfrfU MXIK/H/A.Y STr&SEEKT, KCOSliLIRT. j Watch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the most reliable work men obtainable, And our prices are...

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The Electorate of Cumberland. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

[?] ?' Wyiftirnislrio-iliiVj witji ovury .iKl^O'r ? distrityule jljoa th4,W-Ji?tiCPii«ii, !«. uolietsAii.' claiin.Li'eMi-olrauntnn.llifi elertpJTil.rpllof :fl5ilakriot ''Mi'sdbje^Jjasr.UeiuT^-1 lilatecl«o-th\Ji-ougUly!iak.he laJsYtwVisSlr&s pf; tjiiB paper, tljat ijt;^, ^pwc^yjpeuss^rjr 'to' again'. piint out to all' persons ;On tl^u ,W«fif-vCoaRt -qiiairtferVito ' v-ite, the' ^g'reat idesirabijjty of' Jiiiyi^S '^ '-FPPQX'- ?repjwseii- '{atives '©f'tlie'mjning interest oa tlio roll -as is^josfeiblfe'. (9ubxbbject;innow issmng theso foriusj'is to.seciuie.a yoje, fprvaHiOiir subscribers on the West Coa6t, aud it is 'poffiible tiiatitUo' Herald ' may penetrate into ^places which ,canapV,J-e re.iched, ;by tlie lnen uppointed :by ' the Electoral EKecutivs Commitee to distribute the forms. The qualifications, jas required by the apt,. jftf-otf'. elebtbr, 'will be foiibd i'uliy set forth in -our Government udv^riiije tnen't' ooluQine. i ;' / \'\ : '? '? ?: ??',')'!. The noticti. of...

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Correspondence. OUR MINING REGULATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

Correspondence. OOlt MINING UEGULATIONS. TO IIIB 1SUJTOK. Sin — I, as an old prospector, hnve rend ?' Sandy's ' retnarlcs on the present mining regulations, appearing in your issue of the i'Jth idt., with very much interest, they will 1 am sure, attract attention from most mining men, but chiefly from prospectors. ' Sandy,' evidently a practical man, has dealt clearly, and exhaustively with his subject, and while endorsing his remarks generally, I do bo most emphatically in that part, referring to our present method . of marking out sections for mineral leases, f' for I maintain that the present absurd way of posting but one notice on a 40 or 80 section in such densely timbered country couutry as prevails here, entails inconceiv able trouble and annoyance tothebona fide prospector in the pursuit of his voation, givts the quasi prospectors, Jackals, and Jumpers, opportunities to practice their disreputable tricks, and is a direct cause of the vast amount of overpegging that is occurr...

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

^UR0PE3^ CAfeLEB.f?' Z£SY SUu4lWJS%i|fe]-V^ |fll0H.-0Ull OWN ..«plJJ5lE{i.lJONJ»W.)^— '?''*:^i London, November. 13i - T/ipj ss^ataiuout that -the British Govorinnent intend to cod(! Gambia to: France' is denied, but tho truth of' the rumour that j negotiations for the settlement of' the Fisheries Dispute Me,almost,coiunlctcd, is adinittedt - - 1 K. is 1 reporfcd that '? Dblancy,' the released Iiivtuciblo, will sail for Aus tralia in a ;few -days . ? ' The Shipton Secretary of tho Dockers' ,.1/nicu states that jau additional £14,000 have already been forwarded . to Aus tralia ,qn behalf of the. .Strike,, and Jie Slopes' to Send £8,000 more from the Dockers' and. Seamen's Unions. He trusts. thitt'-witluu' three months the .whole of the L50.000 required by the Australian Strikers will be 'remitted. The War Ship Serpent has been lost off the coast of Spain. Later intelligence received is to tho clfect that H.M.S. Serpent hud 8 large party on. board, and was driven on tjie 'rocks at 'Ca...

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

Government Advertisements rjiHE ELECTORAL ACT, 1890. I hereby give notice that all persons entitled to vote in the Election of Mem bers to serve in the Parliament of Tas mania, whose names are not upon the Electoral Hoi! now in force for the Elec toral District in respect of which Ihey claim to vote, or who, befug upon such Boll, do not retain the same qualification or continue in the same place of abode as described in such Boll, or who claim to be entitled to vote in respect of an income, salary, or wages qualification, and who are desirous to have their sanies inserted in f the 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 the Twenty fourth day of November in this year, a Notice in writing by them signed, in which their Name and Surname at full length, their Place of Abode, and the particulars of their Qualification, must be legi...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

intei'colonial Gables'. itBYSUBM/LRr'NlS CABLE.^ ''' [lfROM OUR OWN CORU15SPONDENT.] VICTORIA. ' f I »i.l wl Mk^joDbse, IJorfopiber ^4* ^ Tjijj; juvieftigationiujo j|ie; charges of conspiracy preferredagjiiustthc Directors and Officers pf-the J^ermanent Building ^bctety ^as^cSftiBifeftced ^is'1 ffio'riiiKg. JTfae . jjres£ utment ;ltobk fortjr tniuutes to TCad;aii&!ii.h'ere were 'iriVcniy-niiie 6^ier acts of conspiracy 'alleged against 'llie ^fettd||ite,'{ }l'te pro^jcuti^n/ipttjHd. to *call twenty-seven witnesses. s f : Labourer, 'wasWeited this'aTteriidon on «OchAjpp-T)f stojding^l^O! ^Et£i-ip.^iie person ot tf -«in, Read, a fanner iioni STew^eaJanid j .^ot^ Jiad, b^en.^ri»iking * ttigetfoetkr'.'ir/aU ' -: ?-?iJr*t ? ?^-?i. ??'?} *?' — ?At-thfi-Oity Coui't to-day, two -well and John Anderson, were sentenced to six ^(ftftii^ Kilapriso-n.&en?'-wTfh' hard f.^b^ar'j^rf'a^cha'fge'of tieln'f sttSplfeibua persons ,«ana-inreo[uanctng«-pttD[ic places with ifibantito coifiaii...

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The Melbourne Cup. FROM A VERY OUTSIDE POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

The Melbourne Cup, FROM A VERY OUTSIDE POINT OF1 VIEW. 1 hid a now chum, a brand new clium,i and a terribly ignorant one into the bar- j Rain. For having lived on the contiucnt for most of tho years I have spent in. Kurope, I have not had British advantages' and my knowledge of racing is nil. So please don t expect any particulars as to the horses from me. Perhaps you had rather not have such from anybody just now, when the winners on Carbino must have said all there was to say, many hundred times over in a great enthusiasm and the losers, |I won't mention the loser, colonial life has already taught me not to ' rub it in.' I went down with that best of men, the Rocky of the Riven Mount. We went early, very early, thinking to circumvent the crowd and get the juicy worm. But the crowd thought the same,, and was already mobbing the station. I noticed a very good arrangement there, they separated ladies, men, and men ac companied by ladies, into three different parts of the platform, an...

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MINING. ZEEHAN. THE SILVER QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

,;, mining.:. .».;., I ? ? t— 1 ? «l ? — ? ! . ?. [by oun gPisciAt., iiy. o d. gibson \ [?] wist Week ip t-)ui oexrbs of high-class 'ove'vvas desn:itched ; f nnii ? ''the -'nboye 'mipe, tile-estimated1 value l-eiiii; !k5i00! r The previous weekly return amounts to '34t«nis!l'7 cwt.l'hiivin^ ii-i estiiiiiited 'value of sEWOO ft)r;eilvec alone, ^vith'otit taking 'the lead ioto account. ? 'liobttnt assay* from koal'ti ynd oxirti-eil ore range from iM4ozs. 19 928'07{f,, silver per ton, while the sulphi jde^ i'lMijithe.wiaze for ihree cqnsGCutiye days givu 'the ' winarkably h'igh 'assay's of 184, 18s, an\l'lD7 oz's. silver;per ton, with 63 and 70 p'er cent, of lead:' ! The 'svinze has^ppnsunlc to a depth- of.rutlieriuwSr 30 .feet,. the lode in the bnttom pliow]n-r 3. feet 1 wide, and now consists almost entirely of galena. Owing to tiiu lo.ilii linviiig ujider lain slightly- W (ho west since thu winssii ,\yus st'ii'ted, it lias bue» tin-nod' 'fen I on,' in ordisr ti- ciitcli ^h'^ oiv,; s...

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SECULAR EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

SECULAU EDUCATION, TO .*HK EDITOB. Sitt,— The attention of the inhabitants ; of Zeehan is much occupied, and rightly so, in the ground question, and all are anxiously awaiting its settlement ut the close of this month. But is thero not '.?another matter of great, if not of equal -importance to which the minds of all should be directed? I allude to the secular ^?education of the junior members of our 4 conunuuit}'. I suppose ihut there are quite a hundred, if not more, children in Zeeliau uud its neighbourhood, yet uj pio vision has yet been made for their educa tion, in tue parochial visits which, as a - .^tS&W1'uu- uP ^° t'ie Pre6eut 1 have jjuen JEbTe to pay, perhaps more than many others wUo have lived a much longer time on the field, I have had opportunities of hearing parents justly regret the absence of a State school, 'ine representatives of the Roman Catlu lie anc West yau bodies . will hove met, j o dou it, wit i the aine experience. Everyone in t ue toy nship, I am...

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Stock & Share Market. THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

vj/iy^s ':;-..r..j/. : : ?-/?? .-: j ?.,- Stock & Share Market. THE ZEEHAtt EXCHANGE. ' Business waa.brisk on . Saturday night, the buyer.-? outnuuiberin.a; the sellers by a large majority. .Robinsons changed hands I .$.}. .36?. flg-l ? several parcels q£,^ Adelaide I ?TProjjribUryfl at 7« 9d '; , tiiB,' purchasers I eyideiicih* a desire lo go oii at the price. I Mossrs'W. M. Green uui Sydney Weston wore elected members^., * ?? :? ?! ' [a-tf; BUXCTRtC TELEaRil'H.] ?' ' ?'. I i'fFabii O«r Own GoBKespbNriBNr.] I ' :I'ioBAnT, November 15. I j jtyka ?; li-Jlowang inlcVi uiid ' quotatibas I were made on the .JHob^ct. Exchange I | to-day :— .*''-. II .Aunalpiintitcd ,,West Tasmauiu, b 6s ; I j |T|!wj Giiljim Guks, to Hi, s. i'5 ; JTortti I j ditto, b as 4d, b Gs G.I, sales os 6d ; Star- j ligkt{*.2n'6a; k 2s 103;. Flanagan Flat, b 26 4J, s :id 9d ; Central, b Is lOd, s 2s 3d ; Comet, b 12&1, is 'Vis 3d ; Comstock. 1) 13s 61, s 15s: Grubl) (contributing), b U '| (id ; bodki...

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

fffpecial Advertisements. _--. T^Y-fTON & RALPH, JK: : ZEBU AN, TASMANIA. ilte^f JJroken Hill, awl Sunny Corner, * N.S.W.) SlUUKBttOKBlW, AoOOUNTAKTB, AlJlUTOIUi Mining Kxi'Bii'ra. Cluims voiKirtod on in nny |«-rt of the field. Syndicate mul 1'iUiijvMiics formed, lleprewiiimivmsnt ISrnlswi Uill.'AduUiidi', Sydney. MuluuiitH', LunncwiUm and iioiiw't. '. - SllAlSEfV BOUGHT A-NM- SOLDON ? COMMISSION ONLY.. Mining & General OumiiFsions executed Zl 'JiGllAN ANI- DUNDAS SI-LVER FIELDS, .-_... i- . f 'A '^K-oii -? r, ; '. n id s o n '- | (Lnto of I'.roi .-it llil'. N'.SAV.) | Mining llqijEk-r. . j Mr. (!]r»!')ON lu-s t.is(:i:.-. iliut (lio lias ] taken up his runiiluncu sit Z--.«hsin. and is ! I now prepared to furnish HELIAlU-l'i ttfepORTSon MINING PUOPEltTIJiS ii$U-fr MwWe dutriuis. , Fur* wo.VM.tL'. Half payable in advance. THE Z13EKAS & X)UNDAS I HELIALD. I Published Tri-wcbkly. I Subscription : Gs. per Quarter I in Advance. I ttEfSHAN PHARMACY I A. P- MILL Ell,...

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

? Shipping-! ? T. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S Line of steamers between HOBART AND STRAHAN. ' BELLINGER,' 280 tons, WILL ..AIL FOR IIOBART ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, November 19, at noon. ^jStook and Sharebrokers 'ft J. D E A :N, suakebroker, Launceston. BAYLEY & WALCH STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, 10, ELIZABETH STREET *? HCBAKP, TASMANIA. I Ernest T. Simonds, Stock and Sharebrokeb, 16, ELIZABETH STREET, HOBABT. miLLEY & WESTOOTT, X 84 COLLINS ST., HOBAKT. STOCK AMD SHABSBBOSSBB AND GENEBAL COiUUSSIOK AGENTS. Bobfcrt Stock Sxoba&ge Attended Dally. c' STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, ^ Em . (Commission only). B*HJLAB ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. Olient«' Stock obtained and placed at best prices. MOVNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, n, COLLINS STSEET, HonABT. Telephone 266. E. MACE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, MINING & COMMISSION ? AGENTS. f 93 A 96 COLLINS ST., HOBART. TgLBPHONB, No, J88. ALFRED SLATER, | GENERAL COMMISSION | . AKD B j FORWARDING AGENT. I . STRAHAN, AGENT FOB THE ...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1890. GENERAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

' I'nr tlio isiu-o iliat lucks nssistuliec Tor tlie wnniR tluit U(!T!.1« n-«(»taBC« For Die Tuturv in tlie disnuwe in.l Uk fc-t»l tlint we cub do.' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1600. OKNEH.VL MATTERS. JVb arc glad to jicrecive a growing ten dency niii'ingsitiie rosiiifiiis o[ the West Coast to ln'stir lljeinsclvvs mid to take a . niiiiti; iiitollijrciit ami active interest hi i:iiitl'T3 ii))])'il:ii)iing in tin; social and wiiiiiucrcial w.-JAin! of tlic coniiiiuiiiiy tlian has hitli'.-rto Ikwh 1 li« vaso.. As JVtr Itturcditli pi'j-lin-'ntiy rumarked, when atWvtwi'iiig tlw e!i!ciufal meeting on 'Wuiliicsday night. '« Pmvidcnce 'iwlps U1030 who help tliciusSlresi' apd Irith (iMt'ilouIil wii ftirt mw slioVi'iiig- swong disj)nsi(-io)) to i)o so. T)uri))£r tJje past fovtnij»lit 3 ttuustant ugiiation has been maintainud with regard 1.6 the to-vn iillotmoiits, with the rosuk (3jat the De iwrtinoiit --f . landi? nii'l Works advev tisea that tliese allotinonts will be open i'or selection on Thursday...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 November 1890

Birth.   ANDERSON. — On November 14, at Stort Lodge, Waterworks Road, Hobart, the wife of Thos. Anderson : a son. Both doing well.

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Starting of the Silver King Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

MdMihg of tftk SiUer Kkig Mcwhinevy- , . , yesterday was a 'notable, day. in . ithe ! annals of Zeehan, owing to the performance of the interesting 'ceremony of starting the maohiuery of the Silver King Company' on ' its allotted task. la a, few months the erection of i new machinery .will - perhaps pass almost \ unnoticed, but at present, anything wliiob: adds to the importance of the field, and is si distinct mark of* its This .was plainly illustrated by ; tlie large and representative crowd wliick assembled yesterday iu tlia Silver King Co1s engine room, and cheered vociferously when Mr. Fishes, the Dkectbr -appbiuted by his colleagues to perform ' the ?opreinony, re leased tbft ?' inslruuieiits '', of uueouquered steam. The inichiuery worked admirably, so say all the experts present, for half an Jiour or so, aud'Micb pr.- Hardy at the request of hi« brother Director Mr. Fisher, addressed tlie visitors in the following terms:—, , . , ... , ?..,,., t ' Gentlemen,1 and brotner sKar...

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Stock & Share Market. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] LAUNCESTON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

Stock & Share Market . {by electric telegraph.] [Fbom Oub Own Correspondent.] - , - jJ^uwpEsroK, November 18. The following are the Launceston 'Ex change quotations : Amalgamated West Tasmania, b 6s 6d; Little Wonfler, b lOd.'s Is 3d ; Moonlight, b7d ; Mount Lyell,b 10s, s 16s; Mount Victoria, b 2s 2d. 8 2s 9d \ New Golden Gate, b 90ej s 1106 \ North Golden Gate, b 5s 7d ', Phoenix, b 4s 10d, s 5s ; Tas mania^ £8 8s ; Pinafore, b Is 4d, e 2s ; Balstrups, b 10s 6d, s I7s fid; Comet, b lls 9d i Godkin (paid up), b 14s, e 16s ; Grodkbi Extended, b 2s, s3s 8d ; Junction, bis 8d, s Is iOd ; Manganese Hill, b 10s (id, 8 128 j Maxim, b 2s ad, s 2s 9d ; On ?tario. 1) 6d ; Pyramid, b 3b 3d 5 Silver Bell, b 6s'3d, a 7s ?, Ditto (paid up),s 8s ; Silver Crown; b £18,s *14 iOs; Silver Duke, b lid, s Is 2d ; Silver Hill, b 12s Od, s 16s; Silver King) b £G6, s L10\ Ditto Ex« tended, s 35s i Silver Queen, b L6 6s, s Lt5 7s 6d ; Stream, b Is 7d, s Is lod; Sunrise, b 5s 6d, s 6s ; Western, s ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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