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The Wire-jumping Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 December 1890

The Wire-jumping Contest. It is always discredited at home, and even in many parts of Australia, that New Zealand hunters are perfect wire jumpers. The following remarks in the 'Press ' on a recent competition at the Christchurch Show should convince the most sceptical : ' That the wire-jumping competition was a success far beyond expectations there is not the slightest doubt, and Mr George King and the other gentlemen who were instrumental in getting it up have every reason to congratulate themselves on the outcome. The entries received were most satisfactory, but the performances of the dozen who eventually essayed to negotiate   the obstacles were much more satisfactory. It would hardly be believed in the old country, or for that matter in some portions of our own colony, that out of twelve horses set to jump a couple of plain wire fences without the semblance of a take-off mark and with plain iron standards.   eleven should get over without bringing the...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

3?SE ZEEHAN & DUNDAS % V HEKALD. ;'- ^ublislied Tri- weekly. jgubsojcip|tiQn : 6s, per Quarter .'?'.' . ?:-i.:: ''^In .Advance., .;.; ' ' ,,?;;? ? ; , . Business, Etc. ? nEEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MIL L E R, CHEMIST, HOBAKT, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zrehnn and Neighbourhood, that he has opened a Branch adjoining the Bank of Van Diemc-nVLand. An excellent Assortment of Drugs, Patest Medicines, Sick-Room Appliances, Perfumrry, Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes, Toilet Preparations. Photo graphic Goods, etc., kept in Stock. City Establislinunt, Corner of Murray and Liverpool Street, Hobart. Wholesale Stores, 5 Davey-strect, Eobart. Branehes, Stialiru) and New Norfolk. T\A»IEL C. GRIFFITH, F.R.G.S. Assayer to tbe Bank of England. No. 39,41, & 42 NEW BROAD ST. LONDON, E.C. Undertakes the superintendence of Weighing, Sampling, and Assaying, and obtains best market value for Silver Lead, Ores or Pig. Bankers : Bank of England. Further particulai k apl'ty E. M. Thornile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

Mining Notices TTNITED PROSPECTING ASSO~-' u GIA.TION. ..A General Meeting of Shareholders in the above-named Company will be held at the office of the Company, Zeehan, on Thursday next, the first day of January, 1891, at 3 p.m., for the pur pose of taking into consideration a pro posal from a Victorian Syndicate to re float one or more of the Company's Sec tions into a larger Company, on terms advantageous to the present Share* holders. A, M,-BJEU), Ifonamr, ' Mining NoticeB- .;_ . fjISLTANA SILVEU MINING -3b. 1J , (Formerly ' Stbknll's Sectiou.' . . . AGtmnrni. Meetingvof-.Sh'ir.'holilers in the above-umiied Company will bo held at the Company's Office, Mount Zeehan, on Thursday next. ihe. first day of January, 1691, Rt four o'clock in the nftm-noon, for ? he purpose of taking into consideration uu uil'ur from a Victorian Syndicate lo re form the Company into 60,000 shares of Ten Shilling* t-auli, on terms favourable lo the present Shareholder*. A. M. REID, Secretary, pro twn.. Ze...

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HOBART. HOBART, December 27 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

HOBART. ? — ♦ — [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [iBOM OO B OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HoiuiiT, December 27. Yesterday Chas. Woolins, aged 20, whose father was at one time sergeant in the Cii.y Police Force, fall in a room of his mother's house, his face coming in contact wii.li a fender, dealh resulting. At an inquest held to-day, jury returned a verdict of death from fracture of skull. On Christinas afternoon as the Ivoonya was returning from a pleasure excursion, sho ran into the steamer Pinafore which was berthed near the wharf, cuttin - her down to the waters edge. She was taken into shallow water where she wout down. CupUin W. Madden suspected that as the Koonyawas returning from New Norfolk yesterday, she struck against some unseen . obstacle, carrying away three blades of her propellor. The Devon when passing through Bridge water Bridge yesterday en route to New Norfolk, collided with the bridge, carrying away portion of her bulwarks, davits, etc., and injuring two men. A woman named Dale, ...

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The Town Board Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

The Town, Board M eeting. — * — A meeting was held on Saturday night at Hie Commercial Hotel, with a view to the appointment of a Town Board for Zeehan. Sir Sinclair was voted to the chair by ?? those present, who comprised nearly all the leading residents. The Chairman, in the course of his remarks, eaid that it was the general feeling' in Zeehsn that the time had now arrived when the residents should assume responsibilities of their own, and place the town in a position to improve itself both as regards its streets and its eanitorv needs. It was generally thought that the formation of a Town Board would meet Ilie case, and he would like to hear the views of tlioso prescut on the Subject. Mr Mjring then rrad the following letter from the Chief Secretary, addressed to Mr Evans, the Secretary of the local Board of Health :— '' Chief Secretary's Office, Hobart, December 20th, 1890. Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 12th inst., applying to have a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

i r- r-j, . ^ Business Notices- ? ? { T^LIS & RUSHTON - .PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, m ?'?.' *?.:... .. ? . : . . - i Si ' ? ? ? P( Beg to intimate to the inhabitants of ZEEHAN & DUNDAl M ?' that they immediately iitend to opeu a first-class * \ SURdERY AND PHARMACY \ TJJPOIV THE FIEJLD, t|s j ... . ? Which will be condueted ; ? '''' UNDER THE PATRONAGE . AND SUPERVISION £*% ': K ???''? ?? . of a highly.- Certificated Medical Gentleman. ??**? BttTRGKESS BEOS, e-t.4 '; ',;]. ;.j'qraaA.3srK:xii3sr ?wh:.a.:r:f', hobabt, ?♦ :. WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, *,!'?: AND COMMISSION AGENTS. . , I . i f -' y SOLE -A-Gf-ZEIISrTS IFOIR,, i c'Rob Boy,' 'Long John,' 'Galley Blend' -? . Whisky . ; J. .?:;:.?!'' . ? ?' I 'Eevolver' Ale and Stout 1 f! 'F&ireV'Braiiay T ? J ^ SUHiibert's Australiao V'um I i . ... . ' . Berkeley Vinegar aud Pickles ' Peach ' Brand Meat* Dairy Butter I Samson Mixture Te» Gold Medal Milk I Taylor Bros., Coco*, eto. eto. f, -^ '' PERM...

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The Church of England Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

The Church of England^ Bazaar. The Bazaar in aid rf the Church of England Parsonage Fund, which has been exercising the minds of the good ladies of Zeehan so greatly for the past two months, was opened on Boxing .Day by Mr Hogarth, J.P., who in the course of his opening remarks adverted .'to the indefatigable efforts of the ladies who had undertaken the work, and the success ful issue of those efforts. The tasteful arrangement of the wares, which included everything — from a needle to a sheet anchor — was a subject of general comment, and the decorations reflected great credit on Mr Heron, the designer, and bis assist ants, Mesrrs Astell, Moore. Law, and Beall y . Mr Brid ley took office as treasurer, ' fend his collections at the door were not by any means the least item of the contribu tions. At one o'clock on Friday a cold collation was put upon the table, at which nearly seventy persons took their seats and their lunch. The ladies who had charge of the stalls, and the cash of th...

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MINING. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

] -yx i MINING. MEETING. A Meeting; of Shareholders in a section pegged in the name of M. Doodie and W. Brennan, and known as the All Nations P. A., was held at the Commercial Hotel, December 23rd, for the purpose of giving Hie Company a new name. air J. F. HeigKway,. suggested that the Company be called the Monowai Proprietary S. M. Co., No Liubilit.y, in 1200 slices of 10 shillings paid \ip to 5 shillings, ami tho suggestion was adopted. ll was iilso decided to prosecute any person found removing or spiking any timber on the abovu priiptirty.

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Leven Regatta. LEVEN, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

Leven Regatta. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [fbom our own correspondent] Leven, December 26. The Leven regatta was held to-day, there being about 1500 spectators present. Great interest was taken in the Champion Four-oared Race, but the result was not according to expectations, big odds being laid on the Leven crew. The Youths' Kace proved an easy thing for Taylor and Herd,- tbe other pullers being taken in the race. The Sailing Race was exceptionally good, the winning boat having the greater part of the money laid on her. The ' Maiden ' Fours were comprised of ' thrfee local cretrs, and was a fair race, but they require more practice before they will be perfect. The * anoe Uaee was wou ^ Bennett, two only being entered. The Chopping Match was well contested, the winning man having as much as he could do to win it. The Sawing Match was won after a very close contest. Probably it was one of the belt of its kind ever held on the coast. Tbe ground was kindly lent by Mr Brandon, and it woul...

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ROWING. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

y MOWING. {'- ?- — ~* — NOTES. f j- ; [By Young Dick.] Jack Donnellan has been out practising in his new wager boat, which carries him splendidly. He is showing much better form in his new boat than he ever did in the short skiffs', and if he still goes ou improving I expect to see thta young rower holding champion honours of Tas mania.

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SPORTING REMINE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

SPORTING. EEMINE RACES. The race meeting and general sports promoted by the residents of Remine for Boxing Day were a: great success. -*The weather was threatening, but not with standing this drawbaofe, there w»s a large attendance, wbo thoroughly enjoyed tli|t good sport provided. Great praise is due\ to Messrs J. Hunter and John Mulcahy for the efficient and energetic manner in which they managed the day's proceedings. Mr J. Dw;yer acted as starter in a very efficient manner, while Mi* Lord, at. the last minute, kindly undertook the duties of judge. The usual wheel of fortune and other games were well represented. The Maiden Staked opened the pro ceedings, and, for this a field of four faced the starter, Blackjack having no difficulty in. carrying his owner's colours to the front. Mr T. Miilranan's - lifton was a good deal fancied, but failed to secure a place. For the Remine Handicap all three starters we're well backed, ftiid after a pretty race Mr W. Pead's ELunjtsuian. .won fr...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 27 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

Intercolonial Gables. [BY SUBMARINE' CABLE.] [prom odr own cob iiEaroN dents.] VICTORIA. Meuiournk, December 27. A fisherman, natural Mayno, was run over by the last train from Hastings last night and killed. It is supposed that he strayed on to the line. Shortly after midnight the premises occupied by Oscar Ilile, Rathdownc-strort North Carlton, took (ire. The brigades were soon on the spot, but the place which contained croi-kerywnre and fancy goods was nearly all gutted. Tbo house was insured for L900 in the Victoria Company. Speight lias dncided to accept engage ment at L3000 a year with the hope that Parliament will eventually ratify Gillies promised increase. The cricket match, Victoria v. jSfew Soutl) Wales, was resumed today. Bannennan and Moses played until lunch time, the former making 13 and the latter 9, neither are out. Those, with sundries, make the present total 33, for one wicket. SENTENCE PASSED ON JAMES MIRAMS. A sentence of one year's imprisonment was passed on Ja...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

NOTES. I TBy Snogoer.] Enrly in *ne New Year the New Norfolk Lcjne Club will again be seen in the field with an .encouraging little pro Plsie. The Seine, Litigant, and Sinecure ?, _$i,een withdrawn from the Standish ? nd'^f inifrefl nnd Tantallon from the ?llaJTHandicap. ? Oey G°fl-n nas been raxed in Inn work ?on Recount of suffering from a severe ??train in the liock. ? Camilla, a 2-yr.-pld, by The Assyriin— ?jjntleronp, was sold in Victoria last week ?to Mr O. Glasscock for 32 guineas. ? lValiflD, the Victorian jockey, ha* been I distinguishing himself in India. At the Ijleerut autumn meeting he rode three ? irinners and throe seconds, two of the ? Utter being dead heats. I The' Australian-bred Ringinastct ran liecond to Carrick for the Great Tom ? stakes at Lid coin. Immediately after the l^ce htt owner (Mr D. Cooper) was I offered .£3,000 for him, but refused. I Bxton, latterly owned by Mr Rod I O'Connor, of Tasmania, ran second to I priory in the Summer Handicap in South I Aui...

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EUROPEAN Cables. CHICAGO EXHIBITION, LONDON, December 26 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

Eubopean Cables. ? :o: ? [BY SUBMARINE CABLE]. (feom ouh own correspondent.) ? CHICAGO EXHIBITION. London, December 26. President Harrison has issued an imitation to all nations to forward exhibits to the Chicago International Exhibition. .. . THE NEWCHDM MItffc The New Qhura Gold Mining Co., of Vio'toria, capital £25,000, has been registered. . Xho amount was subscribed privately. ' ? '; ? ' PfiOSPECTUSES, Prospectus of thq Beudigo Gold Mining Company, capital £25,000, and iliat of the'Etherington Gold Mining Oompsiny, capital £30,000, will be issued shortly PAENELL ASKED TO HETIRS. The American Frees strongly urge „ Parnell to retire from the leadership of ?Ilihe Home Rule party, and thus bring 'about a reconciliation between the1 Iriali' Section and EnglisJi Liberals. J PASNEDL SAILED FOE PARIS. PaimpllTiat started for Paris to confer with 'b'Brien on the present situation of Irish jpplitics. , ;? * .;?' ?^LAN.NA.GAEL. ? ClanllJaGael are organising a revival of the Pepian order i...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

BOXING. ? ^. —— Henry Laing, the champion heavy weight of New Zealand, is matched to I fight Owen Sujlivan at the Australian Club on New Year's Eve. Both men are training hard, and a great encounter is expected. Laing once fought a great battle with Frank Slavin, while Sullivan is as hard and as chubby a little fellow as ever stepped into the arena. George Dawson and Dummy Mace are to be matched shortly to fight to a finish.

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SHIPPING. HOBART. SAILED. December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

SHOPPING. ? 4 ? HOBART. SAILED. December 28. Boww, b.b.,1 for Starhan, Passengers : — Hon H. Gk-re, Tenisoa Green, Woolrabe, Perry, H. Moore, Bennett, NichoWon, McGuinnis (2), tVgrnve, Low, Dick, Sinclair (2), Atkinson, McCullock, Malpas, Peterson, Hoywood, Wliitbnrn, Andrews W. Jones, Campbell, Boler, Jonen, McK-llnli, UcynoWs, Beltz, Climie, Walker Wolfe, Williams (2(, Scain, Smith, Brown, Bennesford, Hill, nod Mrs Smith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

? Shipping. g# S. BELLINGER, TtME TABLE FOR NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1890. HOBAIIT AND BTKAHA.N. Leaved Hobart :— ' !. '. ': - ! LtiaVes Stmlian ?— . ' ' ' ' ? Tuesday, December 30tb, at noon. Fares' :-7^Sa!oon,' 20s ; Steerage, 10s ,. 1 '''??' Deck House, 5s extra. ? ? ?'-'?? tS^ tetNOLDS &: GO, ^TTNITED S.'S. GO.'S ^ TIME TABLE, - : ???,?? From Steahan. ,'.- . ? ., .. S.S. Devon, Tuesday, Dec. 30, at 4 p.m.. From Hobabt. : - ; . S.&iDbvcaiy !Monday,i Dec. 29, at 11 a.m. ; , Farts' !-i-SalGori,'20s;.Steerag'ejil(te.' '.';. ''. The ?B'etptfs1 Saloon is .on the main deck, contain JtelJ-a|}?6intfS'il 'T#b-'Bei1th;;'State ' Booms anl'La3iesvCabiii, uiyler tUe sdper- [ vision of ;a. .competent i£t*war4eB3, , .TCJbj© ', accommodation- foe Steerage iBasBengers is;.i alsp'*elrv^Biiperior: ? ???????! ?'???? ^;^ ''?-??'?' '?: . Th'e'Koonya' Has ieceivea Jji 'coinjjlete ; renovation. ,i; . .. , , .'l.^ii. .: ?! -^_ ,iW.t .? I-Vvt.', (.|.^1 J ? ,'(11 ' ! Passengers in Saloon and ...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1890. THE RAILWAY CONTRACTORS' PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

df * —?? -'tl ILtihttih *\nwfaz 'ircrald. 'For the cauM tint )»c'« Mslstance For the wrong that needs rwisunc* Tor the future in the distance And the good that we can do.' ; MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1890. THE BAIL WAY CONTRACTORS' . PROMISE. The 'Tasmauian Mail' has in its f editorial columns, stigmatised us, iu as -'- many words, as a discoverer of mare's ne»t9 with regard to the Zcehau and Dundas Railway, muddle. Our con tguiporarF states that according to our vorijon of the matter the (xoverninent liad'ia.'theiiiost ridiculous fashion banded thetnselyos -over, body and soul, to tho contactors, while on tlie other hand tuegc^eontractors ??wire a writable lot of sliarkV, who were going to delay tho completion of the Jiue as long ns they jft&s'ihly could, and also to work it for* iueiHsrivfls, and for their own proiit for several months of ths year.' Ouv ancient contemporary adds, ' Tim circumstantial ' way iii which thnstati inputs were wade was' almost convincing, and it wan '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 29 December 1890

Special Advertisements: , Q UMMEll GOODS. SUMMER GOODS ; ALFORD & GOLDSMITH Are now opening up thoro Splendid STOCK of ?DEAPEKY AND CLOTHING, ' Afid have c,a VIEW & jnajmifitiant display of Summer Cashmeres, Tweeds, Prints, Zephyrs, Amazon Cloth, Velvets, Velveteens, Hrocaded Flash, Satin Sarsanet, Sash Bibbons, Box Kobes, Walking Jackets, Hats. Trimmed and Uatrimmed, Flowers, Feathers, Satin Aprons, Collarettes. Sun Shndes, Oxford Walking Shoes, Jerseys, Woolshawls, Wraps, Mantles, Ulsters, Gloves, Collars, Cuffs, and a, variety of other lines to numerous to mention here. GENT'S (250) Suits of Gents' Tailor made Cloth ing infancy tweed Serjtf, Figured Cloth and Silt mixtures, the whole lot having been made to orda. For FIT, STYLE AH1) QUALITY, cannot be excelled. ALSO, HATS, SHIETS, TIES, COLLABS, BRACES, SOCKS in Endless Variety. TEKKIS SHOES, CARPET SLIPPERS AND BOOTS of every Description. B'jYS', .YOUTHB', AND KNICKEE SUITS, HATS, CAPS, AND BOOTS. A Splendid Line...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

? Business, Etc. ? REEHAN PHARMACY A. P. MIL L E R, CHEMIST, HOBAKT, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood, that he has opened a Branch adjoining the Bank of Van Dietnen'sLand. An excellent Assortment of Drugs, Pate-t. Medicines, Sick-Room Appliances. P«rfum»ry, Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes, Toilet Preparations. Photo griphio Goods, etc., kept in Stock. City Establishment, Corner of Murray and Liverpool Street, Hobart. Wholesale Stores, S Davey-street, Hobart. Branches, Strahan and New Norfolk. T)ANIEL C. GRIFFITH, F.R.G.S. Assayer to the Bank of England. No. 19,41, A 42 NEW BROAD ST. LONDON, E.C. Undertakes tko superintendence of Weighing, Sampling, and Assaying, and obtains best market value for Silver Lead, Ores or Pig. Bankers : Bank of England. Further particulars apply E. M . Thorniley, Zeehan. ? 7JE BHAN BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT. FURTHER LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEWEST LINES IN DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. EDWARD MULCAHY Thanks his Zeehan friends for the great encou...

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