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Public Meetings. MOUNT ZEEHAN WATER SUPPLY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
Public^ Meetings. MOUNT ZEEHAN WATER SUPPLY COMPANY. A meeting of gentlemen interested in the above, was held at the Zeehan Hotel, on Wednesday afternoon, October 15. There was a large and influential number present, including local representatives of the chief mining companies. Mr. Hogarth ?was voted to the chair, and after explaining the obiects of the meeting, called upon Mr. J. E. Heron, the projecctor of the movement, to more fully explain the busi ness, lir. Heron after doing so, then fully submitted two schemes, whereby the pro posed objects could be cheaply established. ?Aftfir a general discussion had followed, it '''was agreed to accept the offer of Mr. T. Elliot, the General Manager of the English Company, to utilise the surplus water from the reserve that he proposed forming on that Company's property. It was resolved that a company be form ed, consisting of 100 £10 shares,' the whole of the shares being quickly applied for by those present. The following were appointed ...
DOGS IN CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
DOGS IN CHURCH. TO THF. EDITOR. Sir — In search of truth and light I paid a'visit to one of your local churches -on Sunday, and was pleased to see so many gathered together to render praise and adoration to the Giver of all good gifts; ' and was also well pleased with the earnest address given by the preacher. But there is one thing I do object to in connec tion 'with the service, viz., the presence of dogs at the service. Now, sir, when a man or woman goes to a place of worship it is, I trust, with the best of intentions, and who can fix their minds on things above when you have a dog at your heels, who is continually hunting for fleas, the same flea being pursued with dogged determina tion flees to and preys upon the surround ing people. Trusting that in future the dogs will be regulated to their proper place,— Yours, etc. ANTI-DOG.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
May I 'ave my 'at. — A prisoner was being, tried in an English court for murder, evidence agaiust Mm purely circumstantial, part of it a hat found near the scene of of the crime -an ordinary round black hat but sworn to by the prisoner. Counsel for the defence, of course, made much of the hat. ''Ycu, gentlemen, no doub.t each of you possess such a hat, of the moBt ordinary make and shape. Beware how you condemn a fellow creature to a shame i'ull death on such apeice of evidence,' and so on. So the man was acquitted. Just as he was leaving the dock, with the most touching humility and simplicity, he said ' If you please, my lord, may I 'ave my 'at.' ? Business, ? W A. S T U A K T. BARRISTER Etc., ? ZEEHAN FITZGERALD BROS., BOOKSELLEBS AND STATIONERS, GEORGE STREET, Launceston. Publisher of' Once a Week ' and Tasmanian Edition of ' Sydney Bulletin.' Business, Etc PROPSTING AND COCKHEAD'S ADVERTISEMENT. BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, MUSIC SELLERS, & LIBRARIANS. We respectfully invit...
SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Remine October 7 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
$ SHIPPING. fejY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. W- I«OM OOB OWN CORRESPONDENT] S' Remine, October 7. United Co's s.s. Wakelield, Stockman, sailed tot Launceston with three pass engers. . ARRIVED. October 10. Cambria, s.s., W. A. Reid, from Strahan Advance, s.s., J. McCulhnn, from Strahan l/:i STRAHN. & * * ARRIVED. October 11. Bowra, s.e. J. McNair, from Recherche Bay, ehe brings a full cargo of railway sleepers, ana other timber. — T. A. ^ Reynolds and Co., Agents. Yesterday, 5 a.m. Pioneer, e.s., from Hobart. , SAILED. N^ ; Cotoberlf. 8ailed during the night, s.s. Herbert for v West Coast. ^ rjr-.-t ; HOBART. , f . \ ' SAU.ED. f . '* ? '? ' ' October 15. Bellinger, s*., for Strahnn. Passengers «-Mra, Webb, Messrs. Peterson Lambage, .: Milk*. UUar, Davis ' Allison, Milman, ? Iinsea, McKay, Feldbeim, Stabb, Lucas, ^ Sing, Pritchard, Colt, Shelpet, Grethur, N8h«a, White, McGough, Cunningham, V /L«ao«t,Qin, Pearson, McOracken, Helmer /YWHd, BrennanVr Phillips (2), Stuart, _J Simmons, Urt...
Correspondence NOTES FROM THE WEST. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS HERALD.] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
Correspondence. NOTES FROM THE WEST. [to the editor of the zeehan and TlFNllAH HRHAT.rt-1 Sir, — Taking advantage of this young aspirant for fame, whose pages, coming from the Wild West, will no doubt be eagerly sought after by those interested in the district (and they are not a few), allow me to draw attention to one or two things ' which require the earnest consideration of ' the Mines Department. First, then, the regulation, which re quires that notice of application of mineral lease be filed at the Post Office. Is it compulsory ? When is it to be done ? and what is it for ? When it first came out about four years ago it was thought to be a good move, inasmuch as it was under stood to be an evidence that the ground mentioned was really applied for, and from this point of view it was useful, as it should indicate the date when the money &' was paid, but as the clause did not state ^L,- when the said notice was to be posted, its ^g utility was questionable. Of late it has ...
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
POLICE COURT. Before Mr. Commissioner Fowell and Mr. Hogarth, J.P. Elizabeth Delaney was charged by Superintendant Conlan, with having stolen on or about September 15th, from a box at the Silver King Hotel, Remine, per- sonal apparel of the value of £4 10 the property of Charlotte Carter. Mr. A. O. Norman and A. E. Omaut appeared for the accused. Charlotte Carter, sworn deposed that she left her box containing clothing at the Hotel in good order, and when it arrived at Zeehan, the box had been broken open and the clothing mentioned in charge gone. Several witnesses were called who sup- ported her evidence. The only defence was a contradictory statement made by the prisoner, but un- supported by evidence. After a long and patient hearing the accused was sentenced to three months imprisonment with hard labour. &nbsp; &nbsp; HARRIS v SOUTH DUNDAS CO. &nbsp; This case was settled out of Court.
STRAHAN. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
STRAHAN. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] &nbsp; POLICE COURT. Before Mr. E. H. Fowell, S.M., Elizabeth Delaney, was charged by the Sub-Inspector of Police with stealing two dress pieces &nbsp; from Mary Carter, on the 2nd inst, at Remine, also a broach, earrings, one silver watch and a quantity of clothing the property of Elizabeth Carter, the value of the property stolen being £18. The accused was remanded for eight days, and to be sent to Mount Zeehan. The S.M. will try the case at the latter place, as the witnesses reside there. The telegiaph is again out of order and no messages can be sent or received here, &nbsp; this is in consequence of the lightening we had here the other day stricking some portion of the instrument and thus render- ing it unworkable until a duplicate can be obtained from Hobart. I trust you will strenuously advocate through the medium of the Zeehan and Dundas Herald, the urgent necessity that exists, for a bi or tri-weekly mail servic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 October 1890
___ Shipping, &nbsp; T. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S Line of steamers between &nbsp; HOBART AND STRAHAN. &nbsp; "' BELLINGER," 280 tons, leaves Hobart every Wednes- day at noon, and Strahan every Friday at 3 p.m. " BOWRA," 250tons, or "PIONEER," 100 tons, leaves Hobart every Saturday, and Strahan every Tuesday. 'ADVANCE,' For Trial: Harbour every opportunity. &nbsp; Stock and Sharebrokers STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, Etc. (Commission only). REGULAR ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. Clients' Stock obtained and placed at best prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, 76, COLLINS STREET, Hobart. Telephone 265. E. MACE & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, MINING & COMMISSION AGENTS. 93 & 95 COLLINS ST., HOBART. TELEPHONE, No. 189. CHAS. R. HOWROYD, Stock & Sharebroker, 78 COLLINS ST., HOBART, Member Hobart Stock Exchange. &nbsp; Telegraphic Address — ' Howroyd, Hobart.' RICHARD CROSBY, STOCK AND SHAREBROKER (Member of the Hobart Stock Exchange) ELDON...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
? Business Notices ? To the Tastnanian jmMHffHffiHflmAr Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) €\fnmmtkt anb SSBaitfimato, fefaellm, imb |mpoitex%. ^ILTJ^b^bJ^Sr STREET, HOBART. Watch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the most reliable work men obtainable, and our prices are the most moderate. Any information regarding bur business can be obtained from Mk. Caxdek, Ztthan and Dundas Herald Office, who has been acquainted with us for many feu*. He is our Local Agent, and any Repairs or Orders left witli him will have prompt attention. BSTABIiISHBD OV3S3DR 5O YIEJLIEaS. FERGUSON & Ca MEIfcOH.AJN'XS Ac IMPORTERS HOBART, HAVE FOR SALE WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, GENERAL GROCERIES, ETC., ALSO, Colonial Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, ttc. Particulars on Application. COLLINS & MURBAY STREETS. 'bTJEG-BSS BROS., **-*~^ ? JFS.A.ISnKX.IIISr WHAEP, HOBABT, ?*- WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS. SOLE ^O-ZEZtsTTS FOR/, '?Bob Roy,' 'Long John,' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
Business Notices TV/TELBOUENB CUP EXCTJBSION iV1 Trip. ? : o : ? The fast and favourite S.S. Bellinger, J. Chaplin, Commander, will make an excursion trip to Melbourne, leaving Macquarie Harbour on Sunday, November 2nd., at 6 a.m., leaving Melbourne on return journey on Thursday evening, enabling passengers to see the Cup run, and have a day or two in Melbourne. Eares :— Return, £5, Single £3. T. A. Keynolds & Co., Agents. Go where you will ! Pay what you will ! You cau't beat BRYANT for HAND-SEWN BOOTd. ELKtN AND DALY, Carters and Contractors. Work executed ou the shortest notiee' Gravel supplied aud oarted in any ijiiiiiitities. Next Post Office, Zeehan. $, Jo i8E£-MLK Mining, Forwarding, Land, Estate and General Commission Agent. STRAHAN, Business, ? T)ROPSTING AND COCKHEAD'S X ADVERTISEMENT. BOOKSKLLERS, STATIONERS, MUSIC SELLERS, & LIBRARIANS. We respectfully invite your attention to our large imcl varied Slock iu all branches of our business. We have always ou ...
Stock & Share Market. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
Stock *£? Share Market. [BY; ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [mow ouhoWn coansspoNDuNi.] Tho following were the sales and quotations on the Hobart Stock Ex chnge, at noon :— HOBAUT, Saturday. New Golden Gate, buyers £2 6s, sellers £2 9s ; North Golden Gate, buyers, 2s 9s, sellers 3s 6d ; Balstrup, buyers 0s 3d, sellers 6s (id ; Comet, buyers A'5 7s Od, sellers £0 10s; Godkin (paid up), buyers. 8s 2d, sellers 8s 8d ; King Dundas, sellers Is Gd ; Maeitrie, buyers Is Gd, sellers 2s ; Monte Christo, buyers Is 8d, sellers 2s ; Pyramid, buyers Is Id, sellers Is id; Renison Bell, sellers £4; Silver Cloud, buyers 4d ; Silver Duke, buyers ?d, sellers lOd ; Silver Gate, sellers 3d ; Junction, buyers Is 3d, sellers Is 5d ; Silver King, buyers A'41, sellers i'44 ; Queens, buyers i'3 3s ; Sunrise, buyers 3s, sellers 3s .'id ; Sylvester, buyers Is Gd, sellers Is 9d ; Western, buyers 2s Gd, sellers 3s; Full Moon Extended, buyers j;5, sellers £12 ; Triangle and North Brothers' Home, sellers 4s. IjAUNceston, S...
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] HOBART, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
[l3Y ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [From Our' Own CoEUiisroNnuHT.] HO 15 ART, Saturday. A meeting of shareholders in the Suurise P.A., wus hold last evening, for the purpose of increasing the i'ipitul of tho company from .-i(i,U.0l-, in 24,ul)0 shares of 5s each, to £12,00'.) in 2',UQQ shares o£ 10s each. On thu motion of Mr. K. M. Fisher, seconded by Mr Muue, a i' : iliition was cirried to this effect. Mr Mace, explained to tho meeting thai, the directors had thought the matter thoroughly out, ami Kufticiimt capital hail beea kept buck -?- .fUui- aiiiiwiig witfi, the increase in capital would enable them to get machinery, aud thoroughly develop the claim,
Lodge Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
Lodge Meetings. At a meeting of the Loyal Zeehau Lodge No. 11, 1.O.O. Fellows, it was resolved to organise sports for Boxing or New Year's Day, and a large Committee have been elected to carry out the same. The Committee will meet this week to arrange a programme, and to decide on the most suitable day. There were about thirty members present, and a most enjoyable evening was spent.
SPORTING. THIS CAUL WELD CUP [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
SJPOBTIHTG. TIIK CAUL FIELD CUP, A handicap of 2,000sovs, 1,500 to go to the first horse, 350sovs to secoud, aud lSOsovs to third ; one and a half miles ; was run at Caullield this afternoon, with the following result : — VENGEANCE ... (McGowan) 1 LOYALSTONE ? (fisher) ;! ENOC ... ? (McGowan) 3 V.R.C. SCRAiTCHINGS. Steeplechase — Enielie. Foal Stakes — Refulgence filly, Lucid. Derby — Wayland. Melbourne Cup — Wolverine, Wayland, Emma. Oaks — Coolyrie, Cold, Golden Fleece. Derby — Cold, Buzabout. FLEMINGTON NOTES. On Saturday morning, on the Fleming sou track, Carbine did a two miles spin iu 3niius 48^seo.s. He was assisted by Mega phone iu the last mile aud a half. Tan tallon beat Prince Consort badly over the same distance In 3mins 4'Jsccs. Titan, Don Giovaui, aud Wlnikawai did good work. An enterprising local sport organised a totalizator on the result of ihe Caullield Cup, whicq paid the nice little sum of £0 Us. for each half-crown.
Correspondence. NOTES FROM THE WEST. No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
Correspondence. —— ? ^ ? NOTES FltOM THE WEST. No 2. The thread of the urgumunl wus drojjpud just whemtUe xwA, in Uvu c-aivt ivpjwswed, and now to resume. The subjoc! ol iiiirveys cuine* uppermost ' I.Ikto is si.ijn :tiiii;^ roiiuii in the state uf Deumiu-k. ' ni-Kiirvoys would not Lie eUectiid or ratlioi-iw! t/H'cciud Hi the way m which they ;uv. 1'uur, live and six mouths is loo long to Imvo to wait ailer marking oil: land buforo iiis surveyed. The regulation states that two months uftur application, any authorised surveyor may be employed by the applicant to affect the survey bin -what ib the good of tlmt; when there is noue of the genus nbout. If you ask them why they dont tumble up to the const and set up their jigger and spy out the land they will Jell you it dont pay, so here is where the decayed plank must be, the cheque ain't big enough ! The life of a surveyor on the coast is about as healthy and enjoyable as that of an exile in Siberia, und unless be be a felon and condei...
The Sport of Kings. ARTICLE I.—RACING IN NEW YORK STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
TJie Sport of Kings. f' ARTICLE I.— RACING IN NEW YORK STATE. [BY THE WAliDEBEB.] The way Cowan Jonathan manages his lioreey amu'ecmerils, acd ihe manner in ?which he enjcysilHiJi, may pime interesting and perhaps instructive to our own sports men, if described by e'en so feeble a pen as mine. I eay instiuctive, for a business element is introduced by Jonathan into all bis relaxa tions, and although I would not like to see tlie fame s-pirit animate us in this colony, there is no reaEou why we should not take ' advantage of some of ihe jdeaB which are the mult of it, snd are putinto practice on bis iae-e tracks; presumably for the comfort of his j atrons, but probably for the capture of their dollars. 'Well, let me be charitable snd Eay for both purposes. All the principal race tracks in New York State, are joint stock concerns, and their ! reFffctive stccke ore as much matters of j speculation as Mexican Kails or Grand I Trun/sp, 1 he *' pro lono publico ' and rJub | spirit wLich ex...
Country News. REMINE [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
Country News. ? - _ [from oun own conniisroNDENT.] RISMINE. We have had quite a busy time during the last two duys. The s.s. Gainbria aud Advance arrived yesterday morning both with ivl'uli cai-go.-whiclr, wibifTanded on the beach, gave out the impression that we should not huve a famine for a few days. The Cambria leit about 3 p.m., the Advance not getting away until about 6 p.m., she having stayed to load silver ore. The Pioneer arrived at 7 this morning bringing the third full cargo within twenty - four hours, she discharged and loaded silver ore, getting away about 6 p.m., immediately after leaving the Harbou1-, it was plain something had gone wrong with her machinery, for she came to a standstill and soon after got her canvas to bear on a strong southerly wind, which soon put her out of immediate danger. By this time a flag was hoisted on board, evidently indic ating that she was in trouble. The owners at btraiiau were at once communicated with, and no doubt will take the neces...
HOBART. Hobart, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
HOBAET. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRA.PB I [from our own correspondent.] H Hobart, Friday. ? The s.s. Bowra is laid up for wantotM coal. H Whaling barque Asia has return' H to port after au absence ofg 15 moniA I with 89 tuns of oil. '' I The Bowra has been laid up for ? ? time owing to the scarcity of coal, it ? the meantime she will be thoroughly over- H hauled. H The premises of Henry Propstingi ? butcher, were forcibly entered ou Ww- ? nesduy night last, and a small quantity ^1 of money taken from a desk, which v* H broken open with a knife. H The wharf labourers have agreed .^H reauuie work, provided uo nou-uitiOT^B labourers are employed, the shipo-vnefi ? have objected to this condition, as tJiiy B maiutniu that every man should lin' ? freedom of action, Piessc & Couip11* ? A.!v.-i)t.s l',.r iluddart, Parker, & Co., ? Iuvj instructed their stevedores tt H employ the bust labour available without H resect t)t parsons, but deny that th? ? recognise the union in any way. ,...
The Great Strike. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
The Great Strike. ? .o: ? [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [I'ltOM OUU OWN COllUIISPONllUNT.] MELBOURNE, Saxuiiuay. Mr. Hancock declares that the strike is not yet over. The employers say that the. strike is wearing itself out, and the only mutter that gives them concern is the coal miners strike. A friendly arrangement between shipovvneis aud' officers will greatly facilitate u settlement. The officers and owners will meet in conference ou Monday. Tit ion Tat— A rebellious husband determined to sup with u party of friends, i'Kiiinst the will oi! his wife. He was re - solved that bo would, and she that he should not go. lie did not go. His friends missed him, and just for fun in vaded his residence, where they found him ami his wife silting iu their chairs last asleep. He ha 1 given l,ar un opiate that \vi might slip away,, and she had given hira.one that ho might not.
MINING. THE MOUNT ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 20 October 1890
3IINING. [BY OUR SfECIAL, MB. O D. GIBSON] THE MOUNT ZEEHAN. This property, for several reasons, de serves early refefenco in these columns. lii the first place, to use a theatrical ex pression, it represents the ?' title role '' of the district in the great mineralogical' .^rnrnn that is 'being enacted with all serionsness iu our midst. In the second place, I believe I am correct in stating, the Mount Zeehau Company were one of the first on the field to. obtain steam power for mining purposes. An inspection of the.oondi^ion of the property to-day shows that from the first, operations have been carried on in a systematic business-like manner, and whatever its merits may be from a mining point of view, the manage ment have gone the right way to work to develop the resources of (lie mine, and if these are continued I trust' that success will ultimately be achieved. It may at once be stated that the pro perly possesses no sensational features, either ae to the size or richness of its l...