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Billiards Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Billiards Extraordi nary. 'Where that most spientific of all games billiards, ie such a craze as it is at Zeehanr tbe following extract from Robin Hood's home contribution to the ''Australasian' will be found interesting. The coincidence, of Peall making the two highest breaks on record, viz., 8,413 on the 4th November. 1886, and 3,304 oil the same day of the tame month 1890 ' is rendered still more remarkable from the, feet that our local ?*' Peall,' better known as ' Jumbo,' made kis highest break, 25, and a miss cue on the same day and in the same time, 2 hours and 40 minutes, as . his great rival over the water : — 'The billiard season has commenced, and Roberts lias already shown himself in marvellous form. Playing, on a new table Ivy Burrougb.es and Watts, fitted with ♦heir patent sttel block low cushions, he made five breaks following (spot barred) of over a hundred, finishing up with one of S6S. These low-cushioned tables seem to me an immense advantage, as being 'tucked up ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

!??-?? ! .Meetings ; ,m OH ? ?, , Z E E H A IT. ''??? ATTEND THE P IJ B LIO M E E f I ir/So : On Saturday next, at 8 p.m., i i - AND ELECT A T''O'W j B oi'Tg ZEBHAN LOD GE. ?;T:C. ;' '} 1 ' ' The; f egulaV Monthly Meeting1 will he held in the LODGE JROOM INSHTUTB this te*ening', *at 7 -30 pim. shkrp. 4\K Visiting Brethern are cordially invited. r . ; N. JOOTE, n '- ^UBCHISON SILVJJia MINING Co. \ : ? c ?;-?; i Mount. Dundas. - t $ I ' Known as Fletcher's Iron Stone Blow. No 2529 87m . . ;, ... Adjoining the Success, lately floated by ihe Melbourne and Ballarat Prospecting Association. . ? Application received by W. L. CARNIGIE Local Broker. Shares Is. each. Early application is necessary, as a large number are already applied for. QALSTRUFS CENTRAL S. M. Co. ?L) NO LIABILITY. SHARES in the above Company are alloted.and the payment of One Shilling and Sixpenoo per Share now due, must be paid on or before FRIDAY the 2nd day of January, 1891. W. L. CARNIGIE, Zeehan. 30 I 12 I 90. £lA R...

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

ITEMS. yfe extract , the following ? f ro,tp ,,a jatje issue of the 'Arizona Backer ':— . .,/??/ A foolish Idea.— Certain peojiie1 'in' 'tnia town are in the habit of shootiligiiitd'tlife ' Kicker ' office every night or two, in hopes to riddle us. Sometimes tliejial^oot through a window and sometimes through a floor, and' although they have'. alwajrB wasted their lead, w,e, are growing tired of the operation. It is a foolish idea to sup pose we sleep in any one spot in the office on two successive , nights, and/ if these would-be assassins haven't got sense enoagh to haul off we shall gt- into ainbUsh outside some night and gather a cotipie more subjects for our private 'graveyard. Giving him a Show.— During the after noon on Wednesday last, while out with the boys on the great rabbit hunt in Straws berry Valley, we several times felt Wt whizz. of bullets, and .wondered who, could be 10 careless. It seemed that ex.- Aid. Johnson, whe was forced to resign when the ' Kicker ' showed ...

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The Queensland Separation Question. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Xhe Queensland Sepa ration Question. The'Aortralasian' giveB the follow ing.— London, December 10. An important deputation in favour of ttie separation of Northern Queensland waited on Lord Knutiforcl, the Secretary of State for the Goloniei, to-daj. The de f ntation included the Earl of Winonehea and Nottingham and his brothera, the ClonjHenry,StornioMt. Finch-Hatton and the Hon. Harold Finch-Hatton, Sir Oeo. Baden Powell, M.P., General Fielding, Sir Charles Crawford/ilr W. A. MoArthur, M.P., Mr John McDonald Cameron, M P, and Weairs Jeflray, John McDonald, Brandon, Hopkins, and 'W. Farmer, sheriff of London. . .;' ' ' December 11. The Hon ^ Harold Finch Eatton coa lended that the' geographical difficulty of administering such a large territory as that of Queensland from Brisbane, the unfair financial treatment which the North had been subjected to, the unanimity of the people of the North in favour of Separation, and the large measure of support which the separation movement had r...

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

? -»»? rr;t-. t; Business I Notices ? TOF-ljS M RUSHTON «** - PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, ,)i(wisj ffr- ???.'??.?? j: - ^Begito'intiinate to the inhabitants of ZEI5HA.N & DUNDAS s&rfi ?! that they immediately intend to open a first-class S®&EBiY AND PHARMACY ^'^^^?i'ijP^N ;THE FIELD, M „,„,, j h , , : , Which iWill be conducted ffi'-%''»'ilJlbER... THE PATRONAGE AND SUPERVISION If-.i.Hft .-.if...;.- .. ?. .- ? ' OF A ? fc**^ighly - Oertificated: Medical Gentleman. bat *r,,-! ??E'B^.asrKiiiiasr -NrtrejajRiev hobabt, ♦ WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT jAND GENERAL MERCHANT^ ^i^Jy-',;.',','.' '.? ,':i!:^ND COMMISSION AGENTS. '? , ?#(UiV/ :.?'.?.!???;'? ?..?.::.???????? ' :_ ? _ ! ? . '' ' ^?j-- ;-- ^SpLE ^ ^lC3-E2sTTS FOE/, r, £Rob Roy/^Lons. John,' 'Galley. Blend' Berkeley Vinegar and Picklei ?WhiBky .&??-?? ifoTjyfV-fl»T'iUi'-7 'i i : ??;?!? '. ? ? '- . ''-Revolver Ale and Stout TjBJt.THubejt- Australian V*w» 'Peach 'Brand Me«t« Dairy Butter Samson Mixture Tea Gold...

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Stock & Share Market. THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. Morning, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Stock & Snare Market Zeenan rpports tl^e foilpjrmg.. sales and Adelaide, b os do, s iOs.ii^Owi-nftyib fit 6d, e 9s ; Comet, b £2 4s, 'a £2 9s ; Ditto Extended, b Lb lQ*i-'i M-9J2s 6d, sales L5 10s ; Dunda^jand Zeehan, b L16, s L20 ; Dundap Expended, b 4^ »d, s 5s ; Hassetts, blAVifflrWfrmi Dundas, s L8 ; BeU/k'Hi: Talune, b 7s 3d. g 8s, sales 7b 4d ; mi-$k\m™Mj* iMmLmm, b hi Is, 8 L2 5s ,' King Xtoodas, b 2s 6d, s 3s. .r,' III ,11 'J '?- — Afternoon. A:d*lfc}He/,bes 6d.^.9s 6dj fLfTsfrafel b/, 15s; Ocean*, b Kg, s 8s Id; Comet b 24a, DunHas Extended, b 4s Od, s 5s; Great Heyadft. arLfi^Hassett^hLH-Wa, flrlOA-.v das, 6 Is 9d ; Mount Zeehau, e 4s 6d ; Mfcate Ctiniatfti^a ; MasooflftjritJ ; tliWK. mid, 3s id; Royal Duidasjs Is 2d ; Queen Extended, s,18s ; Stream s 2s : Sylvester (paid up^Sf'3^%ltB^«fVi'9d/s 8s; Anderson, s 3a ; Central Duudas, s 6s Od ; NoKhlStreimi-bifdiiBiSdijJOlnii^d.U'IifcOs,!/ 8 L2 10s. , , ? .?'J.UIJJII'IA! Sales itodi^(i6U«oQ«J*tl«*)fei'li«an'l*na Pead's...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, December 27. IRISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

European ' Cables. ? — ? v ? ? [BY SUBMARINE OABLE]. . . (F»OM O0R i. OWW. CDRREBfrONDBNT.) ? Lohdon, December 27. IRISH AFFAIRS. A. strong effort is being pat forth by fc!?'' ^araellito and McCarthy parties to win :* Jvsnpport of O'Brien, who is now in Irc&s. O'Bribh a discussing the fituatpi: with representatives of both parties, but it is believed that he will adhere to1 the McCarthy party. ? fRMJDCLEN'T CONSOLS. Twenty of the United States Consuls' in Canada, have defrauded the United States OoTednrneht) to! Itho i«tent of 250,Q00dols, The. Jrand was committed by the sale of tltanfc certitidates, by means of which goods were imported into the United States under their actual value. ? -u-U ]..;!-,iUi ? -i ?? ii'if il .„, m^iw^mans, , , ., The census of the .United States has beea completed and snowi s population jrfitt^^pp. ,|f; ;j,.y , .,. r V; -,' '-? fti E/ftfetKB ffi Gotland. The effects of the railway strike » in Scotland - is being severely felt. The fifteens of Edi...

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Correspondence. UNNECESSARY DELAY IN FORWARDING GOODS TO REMINE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Cofrespbncfence. UNNECESSARY DELAY IN FOR ..vyAftblMG^OtoS'T^ ^EMI^E. (, Sib, — You have been kind enough to point out reasons for the de'layia completing the railway. Will you give me a little 8p»ce-0fotl'difei.-r6aiouai wkicli delay tats arrival of goods at Trial Harbour ? Thp '/aoflujypp-p;n'd\7 ip^fcin^ goodal to Friftl Harbour is this : — A. ships gooda^ from Hobart or Launceston to JStrahau. They arrive ,iA.!si) ves^l,: whiih-, trades from Strab.au to Trial, lias not a full cargo. The goods wait at Strahan till he has enough'ljg(tods--ltb'fall 'bW'vlkitU -ti /the meantime, B.and C. have a lot of go Jds on hunsi, butnot enough td filHheir.respeciiv.e: boats, consequen/ilytthe.^pa^ of the three shippers remain' at Strahaa when there is quite enough cargo, to fill ,two boats. The weather during Tin's delay has been1 Mode rate, and there would have been no diflfij-' culty in getting boats in to Trial. Next day boats av^ve frQ.ni Hobart or Launcestpn iwith ample cargo for every' sh...

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

BfitBt & Kino, Members of )he utaf* triuafiiSiock Exchange, Share ,' Broters, Mining aud Fiaaaolal Agents. Silver Prnr»i;tjes;'JFioated or Fin&noed. .-' 875 ColV'n's-streetV Melbourne. W® .ZEEHAN ,& B^PAS HEEALI). Published Tyi-we-b^Jy, Subscription :.0s, ...per Quarter in Advance, ?-? ? . ? ? ???-?*? ».;,- ; '

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OUR LITTLE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

1 #H^ SiE,\-The finfsniog of the Railway frofi Strabig^jftftftftAf Tt ODOetMsJoiM {importance to this.o-jsamraunitr, and t- matter whichfehould.i*ntnb*)-llowed to ?lumber, nor to go -en-is such a tlaepr ^^Hrktb'rfer^MagTkflnATffif^fii7i(-t« do. There is no/jdoobt Jbat tfaemak in twelve monthP^T%re«t ooUeve Iment in this ''TigK Etltle bland.' B^.^iwVA' vco&tnhW^vnMjWL Tulnay^*^pumMmwii&)f*y»l» it is d&-ft;'fnrf'«jttie of the ntigbbouring i their minds to geB^msnedTu is this rail 1 ws^/I.'BHaM.'Ui rhk^UZ crfm«lAted-ia05i ; winter rifc^^fenidcoAe AMerKiMous ! matter with all th,gtfflfit4fefetf of thisyid the surrounding places. At the rat* our Pqtsuuioiij^DcraiteBi^iJjai(ai)tee«H«« able steamers ill TK|n)gBi^jnJj.bt able to | keep tb- people 4u'pplioa with lood ind weeks1 bad weather, starvation willVtjr Btaring/ffio90Jiirito£r8z-^iM90fB-V i railway is not finished. agitate, agitate, agitate,, and see if we can Inot get the Gowrom'ent to make thexon |pu|fi_ .iSM...

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HOBART. HOBART, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

HOBART. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH. [-B0X ODE OWN COBRESPONDKNl.l HcBAHT. December 29. .The Devon was successfully floated to day, and. with the assistance, of the steamejr Myall, towed totbe shipyards. .Repaint will be executed with all speed. Examina tion showed that she struck a rock, portion of Which she carried away with h' r. The injury consisted of a bole in her port eidf; &«ar the bilge, about a foot in iiiameter, The Koonyavrill probably ooitio off ihe slip to-mprroir. Doctor Kenneth Maxwell,' son of C, fci Maxwell, Esq., of Hobart, was to-day' appointed to the position ' ofc : AiArfs'tMit' House Surgeon' to 'the 'General Hospital vice Dr Scptt,, resigned. ,, , , ,...., )[/:

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CRUEDTY TO ANIMALS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

valuable paper to Broy^ contrAdiet a which appeirs in 50m paper oT t5«TOT^ inst -?= «-©w at Trial Harbor,' »na*aboimbe rtHte-yB** mention, a «»nlleBiau-yrho 'U»4:iri'f49nA1fe and ^old jm«the uoree/Jjfld-knockaoVuB«*?d asked' would! knd himon^ 't6 bovtnme bisJitohfcy fo^the pig.H?q*X-ftI#1«iW ' time telling me to take charge of the horir till 1 could get someone tftfttyf ,Um back to Zeehan. 1 placed MrTaWer's'Tiorse in the stable, where it had the best oats, branl and phafcthtjt yould bejrot ia, the Svpfi puVinThemangef, FmdTngth.h'oiWe1^* not eat, I took the trouble to go and oat ? t his ties' for hiin'r to Itry Mdfl inaledllA in fact the horse was thoroughly well looked In conclusion, I should ttrongly ?dvMe your informant, (bjrfore .rushing into print in a manner liable to do a man in business agrcat deaUCharm,) 'to Jpp)tJ-«fote to lelps.-!i-Yioffroi.eti., h id Ji 1 1 fjl P. S. As to Mr Clarke' inquiring forrht horaeiat Trial, : it .WBs^iiSfinteHtioqgto walk to^eel)an. till Jlr.We...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Intercolonial Cables. fBY SUBMARINE CABLE.] fFBQltfOtrtOWlT COpRESrONDKHIS.] Mblbotjbke, December 29. . ' ' In t&e Inier-colonial cricket match the : New Sogth Wales 'team concluded their '. W»t'iffiangS;,li»nf' Saturday; for 151, or 10 fcehiiidrfthat irf/ th? Victorians. At Call of time the home team had lost one wicket for lZYuns'ta'theirsecoud inning'. On resuming to-day, the wickets fell ?ebi&ew1ii!flftpWfy,i there; how being 5 down for 72 runs. The wicket wat ver; , bad. ? Jjherc was f a general resumption of ink i|p|lffi|ff|iarveSjjtbif ?moraing,, but {wmol'tHmleft pending} i?A9e labourers an now complaining that with the aboli tion ofS«fe-1lokfe« Astern -Ver^ few of ttietn will 1* able to get any work, and they intend agitating in the matter, and to eaose trouble if sqmr provision is not made 'for employment for' them. -«Wmes Jotmitotie, (who recently .mur ,d«red hw, wife, and four . childreUj at; Bauarat; is^noi Bxpected to' recover, and1 the' inquest on the ...

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RESIDENCE AREAS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Bib,— In to-day's issue you have wanted the JhfeMefsl»©f fefUi&nceOftUBslftbat ' Jumpers ' are about. ? NonE'fiKito' Oiwiii'sAiii^iiA pro* claimed holidays for this miueral field t licenses, residence areas an-1 all other rights vrhioli comj ,undfr,the Alining A«$) - protected during iue 'stated holidays, tlie same as m-ia4tt:--rf-tb.e other «oIq* 'iifl&i.flf '^0-J£i tha wtymMsw *r&wM ' to the list of TasmaiuaB f pBurdities. Youzs &c., «D«ioember'a9th. ?- '?' ??'fSV-F-8BS)iyi'

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

Spegfrl Afljprtisements: SUMlMlGOODffisUMllER GOODS, DEOTff AND GIJjTHInG, And have on VIEW a magnificient display of SnmttWCBalitnf res.TweBds.-Printa, Zephyrs, Amazon Oath, Velvets, -Velveteens, Brocaded Plush. BsffsarijaWet, 6ash llibbons, Box Ilobes, TOEing'J8clusWHst8, Trimmed and Uatrimmea, Flowers, Feathers, Satin Aprons, Collarettes, Sun Shades, Oxford. Walking ShoeB, Jerseys. Woolshawls, Wraps, Mantles, Ulsters, Gloves, CollaA/Cuffai and a variety of other lines to numerous to; mention here. -IEN!E&i26J});SjiitB ot.GeatB1 ,TaiIor made C|otb ifift &*f W«B 6ehe,iFig«ed Cloth and Silk mixtures, the whole lot having been maatftofiHier. For ¥f.V; STYMS ANO QUALITY, cannot be excelled.' ' ALSO, HATS, SHIRKS,. TIES, COLL&B.S, , BEACES, SOCKS in fendlcss Variety. TENN& 8TOS& CARPET SLIPPKHS AND ? ^BOoEs ot levfery Description. BOYS', .TOOTHS', AND KNICKER SD1TS, ftrtflSaisVCAPS,' iXHU BOOTS. ' . ? : A Splendid Line now /showing in Sheeting, C...

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

ALFRED SLATER, -GENERAL COMMISSION ''til III l!l ?.i.'lll ' !! :???? . .: ?. . . '!? ;.-r ??):-?? u- h-.-AXJi,. ..-.«,!»?.; ? . ?? ! ?iiHill-f :i|l-l JJ.-.I,:- ,i.,l. -.. '! ,|. .1 '??, ' ? FORWARDING AGENT. ltn«l'((f| ill! :?) flili.-.v ... ..( ? ' vii- m ?. . 0OL9WM!Li»!lS^i9i-M)WJini OTTO. AXOE GOT. OF NSW n'tM|'v iomI hisod siBso^iftco.. ?.'?? ??ii'i'f... -..?;': no lanT u«q |$feifc)fcii \ '? ' '?' »'? ?-? ???' M ml*9 frr r.t JrKMfvrTETrnr j+tttt :(jP« T:- /I ttoti&AMD SHAREBROKERi' ?-* « linn ,x)iniini/igta.i''IL'; '- ' ?'?':i ? i;l n) I»etroiri(Ooln*l*i-iliiOniy- i . ? v; „ T-I3»I» « l!''!l- lli I!' '^ i-i ii. i; ., i ii-jii Utf^A^., AITJBRDANCE 0S ,'GHAMBB, „ ?i«fli atll. J«di J'.'.i..;. »?! -i ???!..:' . .[, y aBW^ #WW™j4 W*iPJwM ?*. . , i -!»T8iffnn J*rii^fePKrof'!tii. nr -v ./ . ii '.1'iieifl 'illjiii jiivii - ,-i: i in ;n i n MiDUNTi . ,ZgEH AN CHAMBERS,;' Ji rfMQOI4JK8,8TBBBT, HflWWT. . , ?, i ? n -Jir.i tulj -! li ti'jii.;i.ii' ,,».-! .j-i-ic: ?:?!?: ?XQCB ,-, A...

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SPORTING. V.R.C. SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

:,.;$m®,TIW&A i.; V.R.O. SOaATCSINGS. ; ! Hei.BoCJRse.' Der.«mber 3% ' / Norraanby Stakes. — Spleen, Cherry Stone, and Carbonate. ,, . ,i.j. .,. ,jli;l ,,,

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890. REGARDING THE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 31 December 1890

Y.IK''./,1} ^CL^.I/.fiJJOHV/ far file wrong that necdi resiituic* Ana tte good that wa cut do.' ?V|§gyjB§]t-A^pEO^]apEfi/.31,..t890. begaedIMj the ' jmail ?t$\o witi'gE'EVIOE. :??..? ?'-:?.. : QnRVoice\^nQugh8niall,is penetrating, and the Hou.( tha Premier's attention hflving^^ee&'Fattracfceil l)j! a 'recent editorial on the subject of the Mail Ser vice, sent*S coiif6ttiie'Ze'ehan Herald' toT^j«Sfty*aSf ofHke ? Post -Oflice, and ax g^^jS^g^itine jwiiiied 'out' that' our H0^Mh&,&^a,ta Sendee ? froj^n HoWt, .fp Stralian cannot^^owbe regarded as punctuality,' and he,' the l'rcmwv, l!io«'^lit' it should be tajk^ ^.v^tage of, instead of being practically 'ignoreof. ?^tift'-'Mlo^illg ??&?? tlJe -gift: of the ifT\yi whole oftbey.'gniii'r Mails for ths Vrest.j Coast are bi'ougl)t through the aliiiW;j.1-Ji!i!3S forest i'roii'i 'Waratah ott-Jatawl^icif, . the roads being so bad . that tb-j horsestay t^ be led' at a snail's paec,-4WliilijfTsfeari.'. rrive'.at-'S...

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Loss Of H.M.S. Serpent [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 January 1891

Loss 0/M.M.S. Serpent The following particulars are to hand by this week's mail of the loss of H..M.S. Serpent, one of the newest of the British, cruisers. She appears to have founded off Gape Bucy, near the villiage of Camarinas, not far from Corunna, on the 10th ult At £m^ i* w»nai HKAiiul *lt_l Altai nUZ ***-**, *._**] the crew had been rescued from the wreck: by a passing steamer, but a few hours later, brought the destressing intelligence that the calamity was worse than had been anticipated, only three lives having been saved out of a total of 176 eoals. It was also stated that the bodies had been washed ashore. The vessel left Davenport on the preceding Saturday for the went coast of Africa to relieve the Acorn, and her crew ' mainly belonged to the town of Plymouth. It appeare that the Serpent went on the rocks during a storm on Monday, the* 10th v November. Owing to the violence of the \ storm, it was impossible to send assistance from the shore. Tremendous seas swept the d...

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News from Samoa. AFFRAY BETWEEN NATIVES AND TRADERS. Sydney, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 2 January 1891

News from Samoa. AFFRAY BETWEEN NATIVES AND TRADERS. [from oub. ovtk correbfondent] 8tdnet, December 30. The following Samoan news is to hand by the steamer Lubeck, which arrived to day: — One of M'Arthur'f boats in charge of a half-caste named Charley Wilson, was loading copra at Frtgaaa, when a distnr banoe arose between Wilson and the . f, natives. The latter attacked Wilson with , axei. and in the scuffle one of the natirss got hold of Wilson's rerolcer, which he aispharged. killing a bny and wounding himself. Will on and bis men afterwaidi escaped into the bush. It is stated that the disturbance arose through Wilson having seduced one of the native women, whose husband did tlie shooting. A second nffray took place at Aunu, and also arose over a woman. One man shot himself through disappointment, another was beaten to death, and a third, the son of the second man, shot himself because hie father had been killed. Heavy shocks of earthquake have been experienced at the Island of N...

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