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European Cables. LONDON, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

Eurgi-ean Cables. fBY SUBMARINlOiiXfte]. (t'-HOM OUR OWN ?COHREfiroNni^W London, November 1*' The loan of £25,000 which the Aus- I t-ralian strikers' lender proposed, to I borrow from the English unions has been abandoned. In connection with his consumption cure, Dr Koch explains that plifirisik in its first stage is absolutely curable by his innoeulation process,' and tha^i benefit can be obtained therefrom even at a later stage of the disease. The cure is creat ing1 intense excitement, ? aud enormous crowds of persons suffering froni^ con sumption are. flocking to Berlin for treatment. Dr. Lubcoch, of Berlin, who is acting in concert with Dr Kocli, I is supplying consumption lymph to I thousands in that city. I The signalman cf the Tannson rail-\l way, owing to whose alleged careles^iiess T the recent accident, by which a number I of Cape colonists were killod, occurred, I has been committed lor trial for man- I slaughter. ' I The survivors of H.}i .S. Serpent state I that the off...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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MINING. ZEEHAN. GRUBB'S S.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

MINING. ? - -'. ? — ♦ ? [BY OUR SPECIAL, MB. -J. D. GIBSON j ' t.iU ZEE5AN. , „ ' ''' '''' GBnBB's'S.M. CO. ' The above company are the owners of one of a group of mines in the southern , . portion ot-ttieifield, ;tli.e Tasmaaian jand.the Silver Duke being in the immediate neighbourhood. A'considerable amount of ^respecting lias been done on the property, which, comprises $wo 80-acre sections, with very 'satisfactory results. The main lode has been driven on. at water level for a distance of 1 60ft, showing it to be 4ft to 6ft wide, composed ef fine grained galena, . LfeHhniiitWd..lr).a certain ' extent. Witii 'Vine. but yielding good returns, both for silver and lead. On the south side of the creek a prospecting tunnel has been driven into -. tilfl bill* distence of ITOfb'- About f70ft *'~ iStfrnHKe/entiitice a lodecoWposecl^c^r fw-Wfe'and sulphide ore;' was struck, ind has been driven on for a short distance ?? north. and south, somex'^ry hide' ore hav ing been exposed. The carbou...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Intercolonial Cabled. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

Intercolonial ?Gabl-&. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [fbom dun -.own coBRBSPOSDfiur.J ?:'_, YIGTORIA.: , ? Mi3LBorjn.NB.iNoveTO.bar 14. At the Criminal Court to'rday, Andrew Geddes pleaded, guilty to a further charge of embezzling money nf Rech iljiteloilgcs. ' 'ill tlie Premi»r Pvrinaneut1 ' Building Society conspiracy cjs?1, Mr. Purves is still adiliessin;^ tin jury. £??; Tfhe^'Gra^ei'iimeiits prosecutiou iu llis iV'a.tsr»ii will nn^ip in wKinli Miflft Georglna Watson s^efe ''to -compel tho trustees to consent tn h.»r mxrriage with Mr. Kitz, was continued this morning, and .a^ideiic? concluded, Justice Hnuges lias reserved his decision till Thursday. .'','.( w ?'?'?? Later. ./At the Criminal Court to-day, Andrew ^'Creddes Was brought up on three addi 'ttona'l charges of eaibe^lement, to which he had pleaded guilty. He was 3 mteuced to two years iiunrisomntmt on eaeh charge* 'B'jntrmco1 kn'lia ciJiieurrant, but not cumulative irttu pravious sentence. ? At tho City Court to-day, a y...

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HOBART. November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

°\ HOB ART. ? ^- [BJ ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. . [*K0M OCR OWN COBKESPOHDENT.] November 18. At the Police Court to-day, Arthur Brooks, late station-master at .North bridge water, charged with' embezzling several sums of money, the property of the Tasmaniaa Government, was fully com mitted for trial. A prohibition order was granted against Josiali Cuthbert for a period of 12 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

? Wanteds. ? W/.NTED TO LliT,to a good Marker, the BILLIARD BOOM adjoluing the llount Zeehau Hotel, with Eight to Purchase. Also, the TWO SMALL OFFICES on same allotment. Any particulars apply to THOMAS PAJtKER, Commercial Bfftel. YJT A S. T E D 1 GOOD BBICKLAYERS. Apply* McKAY, BROS., Silver Queen. WA-NTED, SITUATION as HOUSE W MAID pr GENJERAI, SERVANT. Government Advertisements pTJBLIO NOTICE! RESIDENCE A RE.AS. At and after 12 o'clock at noon on Thius dsiy, the 27th day of November in taut, the recently surveyed Residence Areas at Zeehan will be open to be taken possession of under Regulation 3 of the Mineral Lands Act, by holders of Residence Licenses. . Dated this 11th day of November, 1890. F. BELSTEAD, Secretary of Mines. N.B.— Persons unable to obtain one of, the above areas can secure an area upon any other part of the Field upon application to the Local Commissioner, E.jH. Fowell, Esq. Mining Notice* mHE CENTRAL SILVER BtrNING CO. -1- NO LIABILITY.- ? i WANTED a Working M...

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The Great Srike. MELBOURNE, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

The Great Srike. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] . [FROM OUR OWN CORUESPONDKNT j Melbourne, November 17. About 200 Slaughtermen went on strike this morning in 'consequence of' Master Slaughtermen refusing to discharge Non unionists. There is every prospect of a very lengthy struggle, ; A body of the Unionists were on the, rampage at 1 1 o'clock this morning, when they sacked tto Free Labour Bureau for a time. ... : The windows of tlie Bureau -were broken, and. boolffj -were carried off. When a jarge bpdyj ojE policy arrived, alt yas, in guiet, » sad oo itnrests Save yet been made,*- s 4 ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

Special Advertisements. ?jglJiJlHAN PHARmTcT ft: '$: . ? A. 1-. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood that he has opened a BRANCH adjoining the Bauk of Van Diemen's Laud, under the management of Mr. E. C. J. DAVIES, where an excellent Assortment of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES ' ' SICK-ROOM APPLIANCES, PERFUMEUY, 1U1I1, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET . PREPARATIONS, ETC., ETC., ' caii'bc probureJ at Town Prices. JWALCU AND SONS* ? BOOKSKIJ.BRS, 8TATIONJEBS, AND MUSICS3DLLBB8, . . ,». WELLINGTON IlKlDilK, ' ' ' AND Ko. 42 JfACQUAUIK STRKRT, TJOPART AQBNTfl for the ftl.-llxmnii; Argv*, Aiutral a-nian, Sporttman, and Australian Journal ; Sydney Mail and 'Jo/ex and Country The Cheapest House in the Trade for Account Books ami Stationery. Pianofortes and Cabinet Orgam from tbe best Kuglish «nd foreign Makers Very Liberal Discounts for Cash. Price List* And Terms will lie sent on application. # 1. WALCH AND SONS. TAYT'ON & RALPH, ^ ZE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

? Shipping! T. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S Line of steamers between HOBART AND STRAHAN. ?? BELLINGER,' 280 tons, WILL SAIL FOR HOBART ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, November 19, at noon. , . Stock and Sharebrokers. f y^ J. dean', Shauebrokkr, Launceston. BAYLEY & WALOH STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, 10, ELIZABETH ST11EET 4 HOBABT, TASMANIA. Ernest T. Simonds, Stock and Suarebrokeb, 16, BUZ -BETH SXJllSIiT, IIOBART. miLLEY & WESTCOTT, X 84 COLLINS ST., RO1UKT. BTOOS AMD SHAEEBH0EER8 £$V GBKSBAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Hobart Stock Exohange Attended Ditilj STOCK- AND SHAREBROKER, Bto. ~\ (Commission only). BKHJLAB ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. Client*' Stock obtained and placed at best prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, 76, COLLINS STBBBT, Hobabt. Telephone 268. E. MACE & CO., STOCK ANTD SHAREBROKER& MINING & COMMISSION 6 AGENTS. f 93 4 95 COLL1N8 ST., HOBART. ? TBLBPHONE, No. 188. ALFRED SLATER, GENERAL COMMISSION AKD % FORWARDING AGENT. STKAHAN, A&ttNT tOB, THB UN...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1890. THE TELEGRAPHIC ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

? ' TH12! ? ' For tlie cause tint lnck» insistence ? ,-; f, For tlie wrong tliat uewls reststftuce For tlie future in tlie distance jLnd tlie good tlnil we era do.' WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1890. THE TELEGRAPHIC AliUANGK MENTS. , The title of our editorial 13 altogether s misnomer as telegraphic arrangements in /Seehari there are none ! We hear ? faint rumours from time to time of tie 'erection. of a direct line from Hobart, ' fcut how the work is progressing and ''Sffhctf it is likely to be completed, if ever, we . can hear no tidings. Last .Utabfeirtne. daily number of telegrams ? despatched, from Zeehan never exceeded fifty,' but 'at the present time the average ?jreachee nearly three hundred, an increase . of about six hundred per cent. At this rate of progress it would be hard to ,-esj;ima# what , will be tho daily line -Hraffi«'by 'June next year, and the Government, judging from their past attention to our telegraphic wants, will probably expect tho same wretched in utrunieiit...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

To Correspondents. ' We Imve received a leiier from Mr. M. McDonongh. and should be glad to see him on \\w pnlijwst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 19 November 1890

? Bnshiogs Notirr ? ; i ZB^lS&JESS IBZROS.:, , i .WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS, SOLE JL-3-E3STTS FOB, 'Rob Roy,' 'Long John,' 'Galley Blend' Yftisky ; ' 8»Tb!ver ' Ale and Stout 11 FsureV Brandy St. Hubert's Australian View Berkeley Vinegar and Picklei . : ' Peach ' Brand Meat* Dairy Butter Samson Mixture Tea Gold Mudal Milk Taylor BroB., Ooooa, eta. eto. '' FERGUSON & CO., MERCHANTS -8e IMDPOJEfcTTE JR S HOBART, ' HAVE FOB SALE WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, ' GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., , ,?????'?? ALSO, pt&fimi Produce, Cheesy Butter, Bacon, Chaff, ttc. r Particulars on Application. ? QOLLIffS & MUBJAY STREETS, To the Tasmanian TMfljffiraP'™™'^ Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) CJjnmmncier sttir Watchmakers, Jtfoelfera, anb Impffrto. .;. ILdZTTH/H^Y STJ2/SBT, HO^A.BT. Watch Repairing our Speciality.-rWe have the most itliable worit nien obtainable, and our prices are the most moderate. Any information regarding our ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

8{too&l Advertisements. 2JEiBHAN PHARMACY A. P. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehaft., and Neighbourhood that he has opened a BRANCH adjoining tte f Bank, pf Van- Piemen's Land, under the management of Mr. E. C. J. DAVIES, where an excellent ... , Assortment of DktJGS, PATENT MEDICINES SICK-fiOQM APPLIANCES, PERFUMERY, HAIR, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET PEEPAiRATIQ^S,;ETC, ETC., can be procured at Town Prices. T.AYTQN & RALPH, ? ; - - ZEEHAN, TASMANIA. Late of Broken Hill, and Sonny Comer, ? N.S.W.) Shabebeokees, Aoooumtants, Auditoks « ; Minihg Experts. Claims reported on in any part of the 'field. Syndicate and Companies formed; : 'Representatives at Broken Hill. Adelaide, flVdney, Melbourne, Launceston and HoWfc 8H&RES; BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION ONLY. Mining & General Commissions executed

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

I' Shipping. --?* (w 1 1 A . ' ltB YNOLDS & CO.'S r 1 S.S. BELLINGER, 280 tons, ? Will etiil as under: — I Slnilmu for HoImi'1, o»j Wednesday, I November 19th, at Noon. I Holmrtfor Strnhan. on Saturday, ) I November i2nd, $t Noon. I Slrnlian for Hobart, on Monday, ? November 24th, at Noon. I Hobart for Stralian, on Wednesday, I November 20th, at 2 p.m. ? Strithan for rTobnrt, on Friday, ilr November 28th, at Noon. M Hobart for Slr.ilmh, on Monday, ? December 1st, at 2 p.m. I Strabau for Hobart, on Wednesday, I December 3rd, at Noon. I Hobart for Struimu, on Saturday, I December fith, at Noon. I Stock and Sharebrokers I BAYLEY & WALCH I STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, I 10, ELIZABETH STltEET I . e HCBART, TASMANIA. I Ernest T, Simonds, I Stock and Sharebhokeb, 16, EL1Z BETH STREET, I HOBAET. 1 miLLEY & WESTCOTT, _L 84 COLLINS ST., HOiJAKT,, ' 8T00K AND 6HAREBB0KERS AND GENERAL COilHISSIOK AGENTS, Hob&rt Stook Exchange Attended Daily. - STOCK AND SHAREBRO...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1890. THE O'SHEA v. PARNELL DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

TI-XTJS ,'i ? .' i I'! - Kor the cinw tbtllub Msfcnfa ' ? For the wrong tbtt n«di mbtuH For (he fnturo in .thfrdinanoa 4sd tte feodd thM we tu do.' ' FBIDAy; NOVEMBER 21, 1890. ' THE , O'SHEA v. PARNELL xtt ^ -BiVOSOE CASK ' .Ths result of the O'Skea divorce case in which Charles Stewart Parnell, leader 4-f the Borne Rule party in the House of Commons, figures in the undesirable role of co-respondent, cannot but excite a 'feeling of deep regret throughout the whole English-speaking race, a feeling in which his political opponents and ?those sharing his political sympathies will entertain alike. The cablegram from London which appears in our tele graphic columns of to-day, furnishes the additional intelligence that the home Press is unanimous in its opinion that Parnell should resign the leadership of the Home Rule party, and it is thought that he will do so. Charles Stewart Parnell, M P., was born in County Wicklow, Ireland, in 1846, and is, therefore, but 44 years of age. He is the...

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SHIPPING. HOBART SAILED. November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

Shipping. [BY ELteCTBIC TELEGRAPH.] Ifbom odb own correspondent]. HOBART SAILED. November 19. Koonya, s.s., W. Madden, for Strahan. Passengers— Saloon : Mesdames Clarke, Batter, and child, Irwin. Misses Simonds, Cobbing, Pace, Glover, Messrs Clancy, Swinson, Henry, Clark, Simmons, Purge, Gulliver. Smith. Sieleton. Cowburn, Gill , ham, Alien, Stokell (2), Elliot, Beedham, Francis, Davis (2) , Mott, Beindest. O'Brien Kelly, Martin, Jorney, and Andrew. Bowra, e.s., for Strahan. Passengers : — Mr. and Mrs. Tyser and children, Messrs Button, Moore, Colbeck, McCarthy., O'Brien, Lowlce, O'Brien. Kennedy, Cotton, Baviell, Williams and Jones.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

Government Advertisements PUBLIC NOTICE! RESIDENCE AREAS. At and after 12 o'clock at noon on Thurs day, the 27th day of November instant, the recently surveyed Residence Areas at Zeehan will be open to be taken possession of under Regulation 3 of the Mineral Lands Act, by holders of Residence Licenses. . Dated this 11th day of November, 1890. F, BELSTEAD, . . Secretary of Mines. N.B. — Persons unable to obtain one of the above areas can secure an area upon any other part of the Field .upon application to the Local Commissioner, E. H. Fowell, Esq. ?? - - Mining Notices rpHE TALUNE SILVER MINING Co. A {Notability). . - Notice is hereby given that the HALF YEARLY GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS will be held at the Company's Office, Mount Zeehan, on THURSDAY, 20th Novembe., 1890 at 8-30 p.m. Business '.—? 1— To Appowt Two -Directors in the place of Messrs G, F. Cooper and Percy Fowler, who retire by rota tion, but who are eligible and offer themselves for re-election. 2— To confirm the ...

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Public Meetings. THE DUNDAS ROAD, AND TELEGRAPHIC ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

?^P^lic^ijfeeUfigs. THE DUIfmkST&JAD.1 AND TELE ?;?// GRaiPHICiA«RANraii!\rw-j'r(S i ? A meeting/wae'UeMat; Anderson's Hotel, «n'|WeMesday .ev-eiiing.JaBt, with khe object of drawingihe urgent attention of theGbvemtnentto the deplorably condi ? tipn Of the road between Zeehan and Dundas, and also of urging the 'heoe'usity of a separate swire. being laid froinZeehan to Launceston on the posts already stand ing, for the Hole use of Zeehan. Mr Myring, having been elected chair man, explained the objects of the meeting, -which wer;e to inake strong representations to the Government as to the necessity fpr the completion, of the Dundas and Zeehan road, and also for .the 'erection of an addi tional telegraph wire' from1 Zeehan to Launoeston. So farv aeltneCfirst' question was concerned If, was'begjnniog to ;assuuie condition of the trajCk/it^Svould be an im possibility: for- the: packtert'; io 'continue carrying goods ? much longer, and when they knocked off, the residents of Dund...

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Stock & Share Market. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) HOBART, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

Stock & Share Market [by electric telegraph.] [Fbom Oob Own Cobbespondent.] Hobabt. November 20. The following sales and quotations were made on the Hobart Exchange to-day : — New Golden Gate, b £5 Is 6d, s £6 ; North ditto, b 8s, s 8s 6d ; Starlight, s 2s 3d; Flanagan Flat, s 2s 6d ; Britannia, s lls ; Comet, b 9s, 8 9s 9d ; Comstock, b Us 6d, s 20s ; Grubb (contributing), b 5s; Godkin (paid up), b 15s, s las 3d, sales lBs-3d ; Ditto ^contributing), b 9s 6d, s 10s 9d; Hobart, b MS 10s, s £45 ; Kapi, b 2s 6d, s 3s ; Maestri, b Is 7d ; Man ganese, b 10s, s llsj Monte Christo, b 2s 7d, s 4s 6d ; Newstead, b 8d, s Is ; Sun riee, b 5s 3d, u 5s 9d ; Western, b 3s 5d, s 3e 9d ; Andersons, b 3s 4d, s 4s ; Adelaide, b 6s lOd, s 7s, sales 6s lid ; King Dun- das (paid up), b Is Id ; Ditto (contribut ing), o is, s is da ; Sylvester (.contnDut ing), b 1b 7d, s Is lOd ; Sacramento b L2 17b Od, s L3 2s 6d ; Embolite b Is 2d, s Is 6d ; Streams, b Is 6d, s Is 9d ; Hassett, b L8 17s 6d, s L0...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, November 18 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

Eueopean Cables. I ? :o: ? 1 fBV SUBMARINJfl CABLE]. (l'llOM OUR OWN CORUKSl'ONDKT.) Lohdon, Woveiuber 18 I The Syndicate who took un'tlie. grealtt | portion ot the last Victorian Loan have I lost altogether about £100,000, the stock never having reached the price at which it ivas taken up by the Syndicate owiiy to the crisis in the money market. The_ court delivered judgment, in the I O'Sliea-Parnell divorce case yesterday. , Mrs O'Shea is deemed guilty of having committed adultery with Mr Parnell, and a decree nisi was in-anted. The case has caused considerable excitement I iu political circles, and it is undei stood I that Mr Parnell will resign the leader- I ehip of - the Home Ilule party. The I custody of ths children is granted to I Captain O'Shea, aud heavy damages are I awarded against Mr Parnell. The I -whole of the newspapers to-day deal I with the divorce case, public opinion I and the whole of the Press being I strongly adverse to Mr Parnell contiuu- I ,ing to act as lea...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 November 1890

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] j [t'11031 OUU OWN COURUSPONBliNl'.] VICTOHIA. I Melbouhnu, November 19. \ . An important dej^utation from thoi^ Chamber of Coiumi-rce waited on the Pc3ti:iaster G.:iier il t])is fii.'tei-nooa with1 the n quest tlrnt tLe colony shouM join ? the I nglisli Postf 1 t'niou, and tl..at the colou.es conteibutiiig to t'ie reducdou in cable rates should pi-jeeed with reduced seale after Juiiun-y 1st next, without jeopardising proposal through refusal of New Zealand an i Qaaansland to join tho cx^nse. Til.; Postmasttr General, in reply, stated -.hat representation at --.., ths Postal Union wjiuI h-? an easy matter. lie was jivatly surprised atthJ ^ action of Queeuskiau and ifew Zealand, i]\ tlie mattor, fl,v,4 QgP?ciivlJv eo & the pr.-spnt juncture, when all the colonies vvm seeking to join together in one givat Confederation. Ho haij just come from an interview with the Treasurer of Tnsimnin, who had given liim tni assurance that Tasmania ...

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