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

., Special Advertisements. gPECIAL NOTICE TO BUILDERS AT MOUNT ,,« -, iZEjEIMN &;STRAHAN. Now Lnnding,'ox JMinx, direct from the Baltic :— 1,500,000 feet T. & G. Pino, 1i by i 500,000 „ „ „ (i by £. 590,000 rt! ; „ „ 6by|. V ;:. §00. Doors, 6Ft Gin by 2ft 6in by 'l£m ; 6ft 8iu by 2ft 8in by l£iu ; Gft lOin by 2ft lOiii by ljih ; 7ft by 3ft by 2ia. ? - { ' '' ? Special arrangements may be made with us-, for , freight , to Strahan or- Trial 'SfcrWr^V'W have1 our «wn steamer and sailing vessels. RISBY' BROS., 6, Elizabeth Street, , - j e ? *, r rv r i i ? ? -: ' Hobart. LAYTON' & RALPH ZEEHAN, TASMANIA. Late'taf Broken Hill, and Sunny Corner, , . N.S.W.) SHAKipiojfeEJfu, Aoootjhtakts, AnnnoBs MlNISO EXFEBTS. j Ola imB repotted op in any part. of the TOpS ,Sj^$|atJB;iw-f Cpmpa'meg formed. Representatives at Broken frill. Adelaide, Sydney) Melbourne, Launceston and Sobnrt. BHABfci1 'BOUGHT AND sbLDON COMMISSION ONLY. . ivm ?Vr -?'?-?: l..' . - ; ??? .' Mining &...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Country News. REMINE [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 12 December 1890

Coiihtru fteW8- \ Tr1|B!fiDH\Oltr6 OWN COBBBBPOSDKST.] U.U* A voj- BEMINE. .-'?. - ' After arfmod spelJof fltre weather we aw now infdrfetlow^ith ftUghsea, bntwe Dan't complain j^or«ce have lrad a greater number of steatnerB in during the last fort irijglt duwflroibii*rfi4BTer Had in the satire time. No lesa.tJian^ve^dlfferent steamers have been in. and some of them Making sgvWaf tSbs^eWeen Hbubat and here. ' Thesis. Yplla,;a new Bteanief to these pattp. ma,de n,er appearance a few days ago, ma was tthtsb admired) *i»arthought a-very suitable iressel-for this trade. Quite a new freak]i|a';I^lylake\r.place in our uliip § ing, insomuch that two steauiers, the s-8. 'ioneer and Advance, bavo ittayed at their moorings nil night. This is due to the present condition of the moorings, which have recently been relaid by Mr T. Bennett,' .- Deputy Harbour plaster at Strahan, who excrcisfd great patience in wilting: ijpr - suitable weatber for the jnib, ao^.jwjmn tli-- chance came, did the Avdr...

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

? I ? .mxoxxipsa XNOtlCeS I 'TOPLIS & ^USHTOff I PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, I I »g to-intimate to the inbrtritaats of ZEEKAN & DTJNDit I (tot they immediately iatead to open a flrstdass I .SGBGERY AND PHARMACY I WOW TKTE FIELD, I Wtieh mil he conducted I I '''EH fHE PATRONAGE AND SUPERVISION MigMy - Certificated Medical Gentleman. ' I ^-CTBG-ESS BEOS - ' AND COMMISSION AGENTS. N ? - SOLE ?A.G-E-Km-'G! -T7K-.T-. in 'Bob Boy,- 'Long John,' 'Galley Blend' 'Bw^nr ' Ale and Stout i *flWB-'Bnu»dy , St. Hubert's Australian Wiaei Berkeley Vinegar and Pickleg ' : 'Peach' Brand Me»ti I Dairy Butter Samson Mixture Te» I Gold Medal Milk ' ? f I Taylor Bros., Cocoa, eta. eto. I | If. J. MARSH & CO:] j .. tiLi''- ''! WestCoast.) '?-? ? ? DncpR ^ **f^e?- -Bread, Farm and D p ^^:&^ ?appIies ofF* 1$. ;!rs_ ' *nut (In Season.) !S. T '''es and Gentlemen's CIofchin- ,#e CoIbnVto voA t) , eklmkcts '- to?e« With anv ouat/t ''M^'-H cub ^^eintheS«flSdUcti0»^' ^?--- :- J'C0^0«,...

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

? Bnsiness, ? r^EEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood, that he has opened a Branch adjoining the Bank of Van Dieraen'sLand. An excelleutAssortment of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sick-Room Appliances, Perfumery, Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes, Toilet Preparations. Photo graphic Goods, etc., kept in Stock. City Establishment, Corner of Murray and Liverpool Street, Hobart. Wholesale Stores, 5 Davey-street, Hobart. Branches, Straban and New Norfolk. ? 2JEEHAN BKANCH ESTABLISHMENT. FURTHER LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEWEST LINES IK DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. EDWARD MULCAHY Thanks his Zeehan friends for the great encouragement he has received from them in his new branch, and begs to state that to fulfil his original intention of making the Establishment complete, and equal in every respect to the best city shops, he has greatly increased the stock, having forwarded per Pioneer a large variety of first class goods, to be sold at Hobart...

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Railway Surveys to Zeehan. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

liailwciy 8wi*veys to - /flL^ Zeehan. VflHpneer-in-Gbief (Mr .T. Fincham) *M written to the Minister of Lands (PM.A.T. Pfllinger) reporting progress p»*nows in connection 'with the surveys jmt authorised for future railway com munication with Zeehan. ODSK TO ZEE HAN. In order to expedition I have divided this into an eastern and western section, and propose that the several parties of surveyors shall start from a central-point, which I have fixed upon westward of Mount Arrowemith, and work towards tbe Ouse and Zeehan respectively. The eastern section will be under leadership of Mr H. Single, who has been personally known, to me for some time as an able engineer, and who has beeu em ployed for a long period in Victoria in connection with railway work. Mr Single 'will have at present as an assistant Mr A. Bligli, of Victoria, and in due course will be further assisted by Mr H. Calder, of this department. The western section will be under the leadership of Mr G. W. Townsend, of New Sou...

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Zeehan Railway [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

. ' ' Zeeiiari ' Mhilijban: ; . . The; \\ Mercury ' of . Pe^eniber ? 11 ^say s : '—'We Jeai-n from 'Captain Miles, of JffleRSr«'lieyndl(JB'aind1'Oo., oontractors ifor -the, ^eehwj^aijway, 4hat; i9j,?piteftpfr^e statements clrcujated to .the contrary, the work is being pushea'bn as-epee'dib/as the ,«ireinnstanceB:;andf condition- ;of the cp^»try will, adjnit. , The.. wild and dijfi^ cult nature' bf ' the coiihtry.'has prevb'ntel .the line fceing-tttppedjowardsiife terminus, jalnd tlie^ork^hereby faciljtatecL, , . Alj that tlie contractors are able 'to 'dois'.to^puBh on ?with foe1 ; iiiie straight ahead; and fiilly j£20,000 worth of ;plantjias beep jjijiji^ded for the wort, including ' two' locomotives and railway j ftrufiks. Such a complete plant, is geldom proyidfif .by cpntuctore, and in order 'to make! it pay 'it intist be utilised to the utmoBt. The contrafetbrs deposed LljL,000 with, the Government in commencing the- coritrafet.'the 'interest of which amounts to a considerable s...

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Correspondence A WARNING NOTE. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

(jorfesp6¥idence. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — Iii view of the approaching liot ?weather, I should like to warn those who are?nitbe«'Dibjt of using tl^; water from the cr|e)c running .through Kpe_ hUn. it- ,j ^ Prom*a recent' flnalysis this water' is euown to ^contain we louomng consuiu ents : — Free ^ammonia,' klbuihenoifl am monia,' nitrogen, and chlorine; besides very' strong traces of lead ; each one of these being present greatly in excess of the ? limit of purity as tfxed in .''Practical Hygiene ' for purposes, of, consumption. In addition to these, the ' creek is a re ceptacle for leakage or filtration from , sewers, drains, and foul ditches, and ought no longer to be drunk or. used for cooking purposes in any way. It would save much sickness in the future .if people would; storos/uflMant 'rain; water and no? use that, fi^ialf «« ordek-.at^ all*; and even then ,^in water should, in every case, be boiled, and th.cn pot jirtmjx. later 'than 24 h'ojiiB fttbr itiasMen'JbuSlua. Filtering...

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

''mining. [by our special, me.. a. d. oibson.j . THE SILVER Q0EEN., ';'Tber drive1 from tho winze at the 33ft level has been advanced over 40ft, the lode showing a width of.3£ft, 'composed o£ car bonates- and sulphides mixed. lteccnt assays show from G6 to 245ozs, but the snoot or ary ore iroiu overueau, wuiuii I^s very much richer, ought shortly to be met with. At the upper level high-class ore is being raised in small quantities, but the lode is ndw tatller stringy. _ ( : ; , ? THE ADSTIUL. A depth of about 50ft has been reached, and they are now timbering the shaft pre jpaYatory itov resuming '.staking, instead of opening out, as was originally intended. TliS'tunnellias been advanced about 60ft, tbe face being. iu the liurd ironstone casing Of ,tllC lod?. ?: (,;..,. 11 the soNrIse. . ?' On this property work is being pushed on with great vigour, the prospecting adit baying jbean driven, about 150ft', including the approach. Quite recently a lode for triation/'rising.dnly to.-abob...

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Police Court [Before His Worship Mr. Commissioner Fowell and Mr. Hogarth J.P. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

PolimtC9Mrt. [Before His -W-orahip, ;Mr, -Commissioner FowclJ and Mr. Hogarth, J. P. ..rr,r-«,(-co-iNQas,««BaiEB.;:!-nnf - Jfe'TJrquhaft appeared TSf Plaintiff. . Mr. Stuart for Defendant. T. Slater was chargedunder the Master's and^jrftjn^'f Aet-by J.- pounorjf ;with ab senting himself from his lawful employ ment. ' ' Kfn application of Mr StuUrt, case was adjourned till 1 1. o'clock ^day. , ..,

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European Cables. London, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

European Cables. fBY SUBMARINIS OABLBJ. (from our own correspondent.) London, Deciniber 12. Another scone occurred to-day, in the office of tho ' United Isv'and ' news-, paper. In consequence uf the detMR,' nation of the acting editor to supproc McCarthy's party, Parnoll, followed 'bv an enormous crowd o£ sympathisers, forcibly re-took possession of the entire premises, and expelled the acting editor and all the members of the literary staff who had endorsed tho change' in the policy of the journals. The proprietor of the ' Pall Mall Gazette ' is moving to obtain the inter mediation of the Quecn'a Proctor to pro tect the office of ' United Ireland'? from interference by Parnell. ??- ?? Parnell's journey from Dublin to. Cork yesterday was one continued series of 'j, triumphs, except at Millow, in the north-east division of Cork, for which O'Brien is member, where he ? narrowly escaped being mobbed by a large 'crowd. Addressing an enormous assemblage, who welcomed his arrival in Cork,...

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Stock & Share Market THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. Morning December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

Stock & Share Market, THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. Morning. December 10. ' The Secretary of the Stock Exchange of Zeehan reports the following sales and quotations made on 'Change : — Good Intent, s £25 ; Bell (paid np), b 10s ; Adelaide (contributing), b 7s, s 8s, sales 78 6d, 7s 3d, 7s; Anderson (con tributing), b 3s Cd, s 3s 9d, sales 3s 6d ; Ditto (paid up), s 5s ; Royal Dundas, s Is 2d ; United, s £3. Afternoon. Oomstock, s 19s; Good Intent, b £25; Bell (paid np), b 9s 6d, s 11s 3d ; Stream, b 2s Id, s 2s 4d ; Maxim, s 3s 6d ; Comet, b 16s, s 15e 9d ; Talune, s 7s 6d ; Comet Extended, b 68s, s 75s ; Hobart P.A., s £46 ; Anderson, b 3s 3d, s 3s 9d; Robin son; ,i- 38s, s 40s, sales 38s ; Royal Dundas, bUJbi jf 1$ 2d, sales Is; Adelaides, b 7s 2d, s 8s 3d, sales 7s 6d. Sales and quotations at Robinson and Pead's Public Stock Exchange, last Adelaide, b 7s, s 7s 6d ; ditto Extended, h Is. s 2s, sales 2s ; Anderson, b 3s, s 4s ; Anderson & Logan's, s JC3 ; Austral, b 9s 6d, s...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [from our own bon respondents.] VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 15. The police have received a number of complaints from persons who allege that they have been defrauded by W. J. Henningham. The police are making - enquiries. In connection with the Ballarat tragedy, Johnston will probably recover. ?, , The inquest on Mrs. Johnston was opened to-day at Ballarat. v Felix Tanner is half-way throM'b.. his 40 day's fast, He is ingoodheaj^fcand has lost 19lbs. It is stated the- employers havs lost u millian of monej in consequences of tb.-; late strike. ' . . Mr Speight stys there would be n-» difficulty in. forming a. syndicate toiakn over the Victorian Railways :?or 70 yearn, with tie guarantee that fares anc. flights would noi; bo increased, aid tbau two years' profits should bo spent in thu construction of nuw lines. A labourer named, James Burne, while working on the fifth , storey of -.Fo j- AGibson'sMwluilclinginSmith-Btree^ '. . I to the p...

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The Oceana Company (LATE BELL AND HALL'S SECTIONS.) [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

The OceahfaQopipany (Late Bell anb Ham,'s Sbcwons.). Bell and -Hull's well-known sfbtions are now being floated in Melbourne under the above title; ana .as no prospectus can he obtained in Jleeban until long after the list moters, a synopsis of the reports on ihe* block Jtoie by Messrs Gibson and Prpyis. M'^joson says : — ' These four blocks, comprising, 120 acres, are situatad in the south-east portion of the Zeehan field on ?what, in my opinion, is tie chanpion 1 ad of tie district. ? . Tie formation, on block No. 419 con- istf o brow . ox\-Y\ ed ironstone, and wh- -e it h s beer trtino! ed across shows a wic h of ! to '661 , and be capping is imprej aated throuf lout t th lead ore. It is s.so at iV- bot.om of he trench associated * ith tyt lestoni calcsj ir. ,. . Froma sha:.t sunli. on hi;;h groi.nd eone fine carbonate of had oru is b'emg . .'? broken, some, of the samples tieing very '. beautiful. Assays from this s'laft slow 6O07.S silver per ton and 71 pw oeni; of V Juad. . Ju...

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HOBART. December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

HOBART. [BY ELECTRIC TBLEGUAPH. [HlOM OCR OWN CORRESroNDKNT.] . . December J3. AWermnii ' Hiddlestotie ' ? was to-day elected mayor, for'ltkeiepsijiugj'ear. The voting' was as follows: — Hiddlestone 5, Watchorn 2, informal, .,1. Alderman Watchorn did not stand for the election, lint, two voted for him. volunlarilv. AWor man'Crfsp' \vi(hdrew 1iiff iiomihation.' Aldermjan Sdtton lias/ been, ire-elected mayor p^.Launceston for. the year 1891, voting 'beihg-^-Suttbn J7, the other twp votes being thrown away, t ' : ' : ' Decemb'er 15. The Hon. N. J. .Brown returned to Hobart yesterdays arid: is i quite satisfied with, the iresult ; of ;his trip in every way. He states that personal observation has more than . convinced him of the , future success of the silver fields; fcrid( is delighted that he was one of. those who urged the construction of the Vailway' from Strahan to Zeehan. He will interview the Ministers on . their Return . to town regarding postal and other matters. ' Tlie Oonah C...

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SHIPPING. HOBART. December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

SHIPPING. 1 k HOBART. '* FBT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] 1 FBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT! December 12. To-day the Dubardiou, French warship, 3,600 tons, 16 guns, Admiral C. R. de Premesnil,' sailed for Auckland. SAItED. Devon, s.s., 130 tons, R. Reid, for Strahan. Passengers: saloon — Misses Fink, Raddish, and Foster; Mr and Mrs Raddish ; Messrs Hayes, Riddall, Bray, Baughton, Phillips, Richmond, Thompson, fiillj'McGrath, Mitchell Ritchie, Cariton, HamUton 2, Burnley, Grant, Emmett, and Defame. ' Agents, Messrs C. Piesse & Co. ARRIVED. December 13. H.M.S. Penguin, 1160 tons, 2 guns, lllOh.p., W. Elmorc, Commander, from Fxernautle. The Penguin loft Fre inantle on the afternoon of the 3rd inst., and arrived this afternoon shortly after 4 nVlnAt' KIia will nmhnhlv rninnin lip.rn three months. Tainui, from London, arrived tliis morn ing. During the voyage the Rev. W. Ross and Mr. S. W. Herbert died, and were buried at sea. KA.L1ED. i . . December 16. Bellinger, s.s., T. J. Chaplin, for St...

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

jto*' Shipping. g; S. BELLINGER, TIME TABLE FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1890. HOBAliT AND STRAHAN. Leaves Ilobart : — Tuesday, December 16th, at noon. Saturday, December 20th, at 4 p.m. Saturday, December 27th, at noon. Leaves Stralian — Thursday, December 18th, at noon. Monday, December 22nd, at noon. Tuesday, December 30th, at noon. Fares : — Saloon, 20s ; Steerage, 10s ; ^ Deck House, 5s extra. T. A. REYNOLDS & CO. TJJSTITED S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE. From Sthahan. S.S. Koonya, Thursday, Dec. 18, at 4 p.m . S.S. Devon, Saturdaj , Dec. 20, at 4 p.m. S.S. Koonya, Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 4 p.m. S.S. Devon, Tuesday, Dec. 30, at 4 p.m. From Hobart, S.S. Koonya, Wednesday, Dec. IV, 11 a.m. S.S. Devon, Friday, Dec. 19, at 11 a.m. S.S. Koonya, Monday, Dec. 22, at 11a.m. S.S. Devon, Monday, Dec. 29, at 11 a.m. Fares :— Saloon, 20s ; Steerage, 10s. The Devon's Saloon is on the main deck, contains well-appointed Two-Berth State Booms and Ladies' Cabin, under the super vision of a competent...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1890. THE MACQUARIE HARBOUR BAR AND THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 17 December 1890

.. , ? ' ?or llii' «nn-« 'tliitt lui'.te ussismnce '»* ' ' v fitr &m wroiiR tli&t Him is resistaiic* . ,^.. - ,v -TUt U»e future in the diKtanct .«.', ^ ;? ijii tbe good tliHt we cun do.' . WEDNESDAY, DKCKM-BER 17, 1800. ' THE MA-CQUAttlE HARBOUR BAB AND THE RAILWAY. JIMr. Lawdeb, '' who has from the first taken an active interest in the wul ... fare and progress of the West Coast, ; . aujl^^siilast-' efforts, if they had been would have so mi Hi ? Zeeliau and Dandas district connected by rail with Stniha.ii long crc this, has, in connection with? other gentlemen, started a monster ; peti tion to the Hon. Urn .Minister of bands' and Works, tlw subjuct of which ' is -of^ so vast an importance to the whole dis trict that we, in our editorial columns,, recount it in full : — ' We, the undersigned, have the; honour to present to you this petition, which sboweth : — Firstly, that your petitioners are residents of the colony of Tasmania, and hold interests in the mining an...

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

Special Advertisements: T.AYTON '& RALPH . ,ZEEHAN, TASMANIA. Late of Broken Hill, and Sunny Corner, N.S.W.) Shareb'rokeiis, Accountants, Auditors Mining Experts. Claims reported on in any part of the field. ''Syndicate and Companies formed. Representatives at Broken Bill. Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston and _ Hobaffer-f:'': .;?, . SHARES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION ONLY. Mfcjqg & General Commissions executed JWALCH AND SQNS, BTATIOSIEfik, ! ANb MUSICSELLBBS, ^ WBLUNGTOH BBlDtfE, ?Aw a:w-:-f7t iij^-iT . : ?? . Ho. 42 MAOJtTARia STREET, ifOBABT A^jftwf'ior'ibe MMpnriie Ar/pix, Avdral TttliUiilVS&ort*mdn.,'an(Lj4uitralia n Journal ; fffiftaSHi -$W J*1*; -2tw»i and Country journal. The Cheapest Honse in the Trade for Account frioki and Stationery. Kanolortec .and Cabinet Organs from the tet, English and Foreign Makers Very ,MboBl Discounts for Cusb. Price Lists said Terms will be sent on application. ?***. 1TALCH AWD SOXS. jjjf1.^ TV NOVEL S! ^C^MGB ST...

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

Bailey & King, Members of the Aus tralian Stock Exchange, Share Brokers, Mining aud Financial Agents. Silver Properties Floated or Financed. 375 Collius Street, Melbourne. jovernment Advertisements op O T I C E. In : ccordance with Regulation 125 ' nndei tho Gold Fields Regulation Acts,' 883, l'-81, 'and 1883, I hereby declare the Christmas iiolidays for the Western Mining .District commence on Thursday, the 22nd day of January, 1891. EDWARD H. POWELL, Commissioner of Gold Fields, . Steowibei: 18tU, 169Qi Mining Notices QUEANA SILVER MINING Co. (Late BBll & Hall's Section.) Applications for Shares in this Company, which is now being floated in Melbourne, will fee received by the undersigned Immediate application is nepescaiy. All shares will be allotted pro; rate. Two Shillings and Six pence payable on application, and Two Shillings and Sixpence on allot ment. BLACK & MYBING, Brokers. rpHB SOJOTH HOBART P. A. To be Registered, No Liability. 2818 8310 SmUmmNoc...

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

? Business, ? 2JEEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MIL L E R, CHEMIST, HOBAUT, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeelmn and N- ifihhourlioixJ, that he has opened a Branch fldjoininj; the Fault of Van Diemen's Land. An excellent Assortment of Drugs, Patent Jtledienies, Sick-Room Appliances, Perfumery, Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes, Toilet Preparations. Photo graphic GoodR,etc kept in Slock. City Eetablidhm. &t. Corner of Murray »nd Liverpool Street, Hobart. Wholesale Stores, 5 Davey -street, Hobart. Branches, Strahan and New Norfolk. T) ANIEL C. GRIFFITH, F R.G.S. Assaycr to the Bank of England. No. 1»,41, & 42 NEW BROAD ST. LONDON, E.C. Undertakes the superintendence of Weighing, Sampling, and Assaying, and obtains best market value Tor Silver Lead, Ores or Pig. Bankers : Bank of England. Farther particulars apply E. M. Thorniley, Zeehnu. ^EEHAN BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT. FURTHER LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEWEST LINES IN DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. EDWARD MULCAHY Thanks his Zeehan friends for ...

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