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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

Bailey & King, Members of the Aus tralian Stock Exchange, Share Brokers, Mining and Financial Agents. Silver Properties Floated or Financed. 875 Collins-street, Melbourne. Business. Etc r/EEHAN PHARMACY A. P. M I L LER, CHEMIST, HOBAUT, Begs to intimnte to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood, tliat he lms opened a Branch adjoining the Rank of Ynii Diem en's Land. An excellent Assortment of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sick-Room Appliances, Perfumery, Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes, Toilet Preparations. Photo graphic Goods, etc., kept in Slock. City Establishment, Coiner of Murray and Liverpool Street, Hobart. Wholesale Stoves, 5 Davcy-stn et, Hobart. Branches, Strahan and New Norfolk. T)A2NEL'C. GRIFFITH, F.R.G.S. Assaycr to the Bank of England. No. 19, 41, & 42 NEW BROAD ST. LONDON, E.C. Undertakes llio snperintendencn of Weighing, Sampling, and Assaying, and obtains best market value for Silver Lead, Ores or Pig. Bankers : Bank of England. Further particulars ap...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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The Zeehan Railway [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

The Zeehan Railway. The following letter appears in a recent jgsue of the ' Mercury :— 'Sijy-Jnyour jssue of J)ecember 13th I noticed a paragraph from Captain Mi|es re the Zeehan Railway, and tho statements wiiue ineroin are laiso and misleading, 'He states (through your paper) that the works are being pushed on with all the speed imaginable. This I deny, and will give my proof thereof. For instance, he (Captain Miles) again states that through a simple accident to the locomotive it threw about 90 men out of employment for a while. We will allow this to be true. Now, then, I wish to illustrate the way they keep these W men employed, in pushing on. the work so speedily. On Saturday, November 2?tb, these men referred to could be thrown out of employment while Messrs Reynolds & Co run a special train to the Henty for pas sengers to fill the Bellinger, which boat was waiting at Strahan, and upon the arrival of tbe train left for Hobart with those brought down. This looks like pu...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

ITEMS. Oxford University is moving ahead, and gradually but effectually dispelling its con tervative prejudices. The statute providing for the admission of women to medical degrees has just come before the Congrega tion, and, as might have been expected, was opposed. Professor Case moved an amendment rendering it compulsory for women before offering themselves for examination, instead of being allowed to substitute German and French. The. amendment wne, however, rejected, and the statute was passed by a innjority of one. The balance in its favour, to be sure was smnlj, but it served its purpose, and may be regarded as an evidence of a growing liberality of spirit in the university Levi Cohn. — ' Fader, I vlias gohen to marry a Gentile.' Solomon Cohn — -(Vh»t! Vhy, you disgrace der name of Cohen, Levi !' Levi Gohen -' She vhas haf sefen teeth Tilled mid gold.' Solomon Cohen (excitedly) — 'Marry her, quick Levi. She vhas a human golt mine.' Mrs. Fletcher — ' You, Sam don't for to go a...

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The Panic on the New York Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

The Panic on the New York Stock Exchange. The following message was received at San Francisco from New York under the date of November 10 :— A flood of alarm ins cdblccrams from London and Paris, predicting disasters in the market there this week, caused a fteling of panic on the Stock Exchange. Sales of stock were attempted, Viut buyers could not be found, and as soon as the signal for beginning business, was given no offers were made, but every bid no matter at what price.was at once filled. The market showed the utmost de moralisation, and, following the lead of London figures, opening prices were ex tremely low. The declines since Saturday nre the largest ever known over night, and losses of fractional amounts are an exception. Drops of Id to 3 £d covered the whole active list. There was more of the panic feeling than was noticed at any time during the - present decline. Stocks were thrown over in the mostreckless manner, causing a feverish and unsettled market, with a steady de...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA, MELBOURNE, January 1 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] [from our own correspondents.] VICTORIA. Memjoumn*. January 1. The remains of a person named Innis Was found buried in a box, by a cabman in a house in Rathdown-street. The cabman only recently came into the premises. A child was found in the Yarra to-day suffocated. The Britannia left to-day with specie to the value of £208,280. The ship Argylcshire, which had com munication with the ship Kilton on the high sans, has been quarantined. Dr Browning inspected the Argyleshire to day and found no trace of small-pox on the vessel. She will be brought to Williamstown on Monday for a complete inspection. 2*o information is to hand regarding the outbreak on the Kilton. In the Intercolonial cricket match between Victoria and South Australia, the latter were disposed of for 427 runs, of which Giffcn made 237 before he was disposed of. On play being resumed to day the Victorians lost one wicket for 90, Bruce having 58 to his credit. Johnston, who mur...

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Country News. CORINNA. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

Country News, ? *- _. ? [HiOH OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CORINNA. There will not be much to report in mining until after the New Year, the holi days being duly observed in this part. A very enjoyablo Christinas day was spent at Host Davis'. An excellent dinner was the most important feature. A remark of this sort can only be thoroughly appre ciated by West Coasters, who find broad beans, peas, and new potatoes (ad libitum), backed up by roast beef, fowls, and ham, a very interesting change from bncon and damper. The vegetables were grown upon the banks of the Pieman, and as a criterion of the gardening, £ was ihotrn beanstalks 7ft Sin in height, with a great crop of pods well podded. The dining-room was deco rated with fern leaves and flowers, great taste being shown by a Pakeha (New Zealand white man), who, with the assist ance of the ladies, viz., Mrs Davis and. Miss Foster, made (.to use miner'* phrase ology) a grand show. There can be but little doubt that there is a great future f...

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European Cables. PARNELLISM. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

European Cables. fBY SUBMARINE CABLE]. (from ooh own correspondent.) PARNELLISM. London, January 1. Tbe Rev. Henry Allon, D.D., Con gregational Minister at tbo Union Chapel, Islington, has written a letter to tuc London ' Times ' in which lie seferely condemns Parnell. He states that tbe evidence adduced at the Times Parnell Commission showed that Parnell is capable of treason and falsehood, and that tbe O'Shea divorce case has added to bis delinquency, destroying irrevocably the confidence hitherto reposed in him by English Non-conformists. O'BRIEN CESSURKS McCARTHl'. O'Brien censures the McCarthy fac tion for causing tbo split in the Irish party, and holds that the MiCirthy party has nearly ruined Home Rule for Ire land, and jeopardised the American campaign. NEW YEAR HONOURS. The following have been included in the list of Honours conferred at the bs ginning of the Now Year : — Professor McCoy, President of the Melbourne University, and T. Sutherland, of New South Wales, Knights ...

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STRAHAN. December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

STRAHAN. fenoM our own conuF.sPOimEST.] December '26. Grent sympathy was felt here on Mon day, when the news arrived tliat Captain Clmplin, the populnr shipper of the as. Bellinger, had broken liis leg while ship ping cat' leia llounrt for this port. Cap tain Clmplin, since Iu3 first arrival here iu charge of Messrs T. A. Heynolds nnd Co.'s 8.s. Bowra, has made many friends, not only in Strahan, but also at Zcehan and Dundas, many of the residents of these townships having made the voyage in the Bellinger from Hobart, nnd who speak in high terras of his general kindness during the passage. Wo sincerely trust that before long the ciiptain\ gi nial face will be seen --n the bridge of his vessel. The diff- rent vessel.i that have left here during ihe last week or two have taken away several hundreds of our population, who have left here nn 1 Zeehan to spend their Christmas holidays nt their own homes. Thu exodus from the const hag been something marvellous, considering that last Christ...

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SHIPPING BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. HOBART. SAILED. January 2 [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

^HIPPING. AY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.! HOBART. . SMLED. January 2. Bellinger, s.e., J. McNair, for Stralinn— Pas- sengers—Misses Leathan, Carter, Kearney; Messn Hoyes, Counsel, Steward, Glover, Lowe (2), Graham, WUkinn, OollinB, Flynn, 13oll (2), McGuire, l'ollard, Cooper, Campbell, Dynen, Snelsen, Shea, Henshaw (2), Neilseu(2), Phillips, Taylor, Judge, Tenniswood, McNowell, Andrews, Thomas, Williams, Johnson (2), Brnges (2), Henderson, Bryant, Howie, O'Brien, Orny (2), Stubb, Harrarty, Brennan, Winch. McNatnara, Scanlon, l)r Mattei, and IS in the steerage. Yolla, Geo, Madden, for Trial Harbour. Passengers— Messrs Mulcahy, Green, ParsppB (2), For Recherche Bay, Messrs Smith and Hen-., rickson. Koonya, W. Madden, for Strahan. PaBscngera : ' — Mrs Young, Messrs Palmer, Moore, Foreman, Laurie, Cbamp, Marsden (i). Grant (2), Fowler, tilatin, Aarons, Slackpoote, Harmon, Ward, Cleveland, Rivers, Duggati, Gray, Ford (2), Deacon, Jlose, McDoneld (2), Cotton, Smith, Finn,'Coy, and Munro.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

btcc a & -Sbarebroksr - ALFRED SLATER, GENERAL COMMISSION AKD © FORWARDING AGENT. 8TRAHAN, AGENT FOR THE UNITED 6.S. GOT, COLONIAL FIRK AND MARINE DJSTJ*. ANOB OOT. OF NEW ZEALAND, Etc., Exa. Building Sites and Other PxopertlM For Baio. _ STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, 1 Etc. (Commission only). REGULAR ATTENDANCE ON 'CHANGE. Clionta' Stock obtained and placed at best prices. MOUNT ZEEHAN CHAMBERS, . 76, COLLINS STREET, Hobabt. Telephone- 265. E.MAOEkC6~ STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS, MINING & COMMISSION ?&?? ? AGENTS. 93& 95 COLLINS ST., HOBART. TELEPHONE, No. I8fr. riHAS. R. KOWROYD, Stock' & Sharkbbokkb, 78 CQIiLItfS ST., HOBART, Member Hobart Stock Exchange. Telegraphic Address — ' Bovnoyd, Uobart.' RICHARD CROSBY, . STOCK AND SHAREBR0O5R (Kcmbcr of the Hobart Stock Xxch&ngo) JKLDON CHAMBERS, fe' 18, ELIZABETH STRKET, *,;v;n/f' nOBAHT. J. ']A. Ltall, MINING AND COilMUJSION AOKNT. Member of the Laonoenton Stock Exchange. Ottos ?— ? 10. »1 PATTKBBOH...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1891. THE ZEEHAN-DUNDAS TRAM WAY [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

TI-X73 ?? For the onus* tbit luck* nisistanes For the wrung that Deeds reebMnc* For the future In tba dliunce And the good ti»t we can do.' MONDAY. JANUARY 5, 1891. THE ZEEHAn-DUiVDAS TRAM. WAY. The surveys for the Zeehan- Dundas Tramway are now completed, and Mr Gardiner and his efficient staff, Messrs FUher and Sherwood, are to bo compli mented ou the prompt manner in which they have overcome the great difficulties of the route. Yesterday Mr Gardiner left for Rominc en route for Hobart, to meet Mv Le Monte, with the completed plans Anexpcrienced surveyor who has had large experience on this field could hardly credit the accomplishment of what will be con sidered by engineers of experience a smart undertaking, till he saw the plans and perused the field notes. The setting out of the line, and the taking of the working sections are now rapidly pro ceeding, a»-l the company intend to commence construction at the earliest possible date. Mr. Gardiner will return by the first available ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 5 January 1891

Special Advertisements: JJEMNIE & ZEEHAN JOCKEY CLUB. A MEETING of all interested in the formation of a JOCKEY CLUB will beheldat the SILVERKING HOTEL EEMINE. on SATURDAY, January 11th, 1891, at 8 o'clock. Business : To form a club, and make arrangements for a Race Meeting in March, or any other business that may be brought forward. T. MULRANAN, Convener. gUMMER GOODS. SUMMER GOODS ALFORD & GOLDSMITH Are now opening up there Splendid STOCK of DBAPEKY AND CLOTHING, And have on VIEW a mapnificient display of Summer Cashmeres, Tweeds, Prints, Zephyrs, Amazon Cloth, Velvets, Velveteens, LSrocaded Plusb, Satin Sarsanet, Sash Kibbons, Box Uobes, Walking Jackets, Hats, Trimmed and Untrimmed, Flowers, Feathers, Satin Aprons, Collarettes, Bon -Shades, Oxford Walking Shoes, Jerseys, Wcolshawlg, Wraps, Mantles, Ulsters, Gloves, Collars, Cuffs, and a variety of other lines to numerous to mention here. GEN^S (250) Suits of Gents' Tailor made Cloth ing in fancy tweed Sert-e, Figur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

1 Mining Notices- ; i ?'?!?? ????! ? li *?' ? : — ; ? : ? ? ? I h\fm ONTARIO SILVER MINING jJL;:; . 1QOMPANY, No'Liabimty. ' ( ? J i WANTED, a Working Mining Maria- I ger, at a salary of L5 a week/ ' \'\ { Applications to enclose testimonials ad- ? I OruEsed to the Legal Manage^ whiohiwill I pe*eceivedl up;to and ikduding 'T0ES- 1 DAY, January 17, ;1890. ' : : Engagement to terminate with a Month's Notioe on either side. r /. By order of the Board, ' j GItB. -JHARLKS LIBERTY, ? -?? ? ???? Legal Manager. ;.1 Mount Zeehan Chambers; 76 X-pllina-Bt', ' ? ' Hobart, January 2nd, 1890. ., MAHE COilSiOCK. MmUSt* CO. j (jJoLkbUity). , I '. ,;-i .i'; - ;i ; :?'.' - ;i J 1 ApyliafiajfiK' tEe '.posY «£ W0EKIN&1 MIlUIW-H&N&Gffi&W-tfae above Company,] with TestimonialB,, and-,-«t»ting r ampunt of Salary reiuif ea^lllTie' received by the under signed up to WEDNBSDA.T, 14th January, 0. H; WESTWOOD, i-,ii .'..?:.: i ???:: ?? - ? ? ? Manager.' : UOK1TOK. PJiOOSP E.CTIN...

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{Report on the Silver Field. MELBOURNE, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

[Report on tJw Silver ? , s .. JFieldi ? ti fBY DIRECT CABLlitiRAM.1 FPer Beutkb's Aoency.1 Mei.bouiine. December 6. i Mr 'Nash'n 'r -p'orl' is uqi Vet pubii.slieil. (The '? -Daily Ttilegra'p'h '' tb-ftiy'Jitibii^ie'81 '? & report irom an lexpert cniiikuisMnnfed 1 by a well-knowij' fin-in ...of sharebnikers ? to report on the Tasinanian Silver ,: Fields in .Mount Zeehan Distinct, i He SonBiaera ,j.ue ipiiyer, xviug uie ueiwj pio-i )erty, and' Uie Silver' Bell next in value, ials'trup's immense Manganese Hill— if any thing of value is struck these shares vill have a great rise,- -because of the great lize of the outcrop.i . The .Manganese HUJ, M-btUY^.^BalMrdl^'B\linel'.iook8'-quite''.aB.. ikiity.' ' 'fjlie Junction has galqna shows, ?. -ut they ace apparently., worked out, no- - hing of any value being vidible^Ori1 the t ground. -,Fred Fowler's 'section— well ^e1-.,' tined irbnstonb aid iiianganese, traceable for;j halt i'mile; promising sjiii-faceshow^Qceana. showing strong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

,-. ,J. . Basiness Notices... ? ? ?? ?? TOPICS & RUSHTON PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Beg to intimate to the mhabitaiats of ZEEHAN & DTJNDAi '' that they immediately intend to open a first-class Se^fEBY AND PHARMACY .?m)..n.|.-,'(lJI*OW THpE;- FI£!LJ-, . : . ( ,'fsr. v. ;?: . ? ; ? ? ; ?Which 'will' be cjonducted: ; ^T UNDER THE PATRONAGE AND SUPERVISION ^?«7 .?..;.??:???? ? ?: of a ?' ;' . nilighly -Certificated Medical Grentleman. « ? 1' : ' ' ; ? ? ? BTJEGrESS BEOS., '?*??'' \FS,jL.isri^.XiX3sr -wi3:.a.:r:fv hobaet, * Wp^LfS^LE.. WINE, SPIRIT , AJND:; GENERAL MERCHANTS, ,, ., , AND, COMMISSION AGENTS. ? .' S-biiE -A.G-IEiN'T'S FOB. ?SBob Roy,' 'Lbng Jokn,' 'Galley Blend' ?^^hiplty' :?; . -!-- ??'??? ' ; !-9NI fJf.ii i . -l .-.,.?? ^^^'Ale'iitid Stout / ' Bt.-^Bbirfi Anttalian Winei .Jr..f-.Jl''l ,1:1 (;.;;- - Berkeley Vinegar and Picklei 'Peach' Brand MeaU Dairy Butter 6ameon Mixture Tea Gold Medal Milk Taylor BrM,t Good*, etc tto. ~s£fi fl/.Oi?.'fE^MANENT SAMPLE- EOO...

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Intercolonial Cables VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

Intercolonial X3aWA .[BY.SUBMAKINE.pABLBJrg [FROM OUK OWN OO'BBKSPONDENTS.] .. Mblbo'ueki, J»nMTFrfi. James LlndsayjAttem^ted to commit suicide this morning «t l-ennybrooklyn, bj- putting 'Ms threat Swrf&XaTpeSJMSM. He has been drinking hearty' - of late. Hew-now in a Tery precarious state at the hbspitaj. '--«(--%«?,« -j A lad, . Wmed Bhamnlif Wi& fioei £5 o^a.monlifega^^Aeft^Cgfnfotog - Contrarv to exoectafasn there walk no boom in silver atonks to-day, infacttttey v reqeAedlin'^alue, WtyJp£t2&i4i!nm was done. )Comet8J-»'ej^kl;gijjjCTi to 24b 3d ; Block ie, tiTnts ;-'Cenlral7-1tB Heavy: rains fell jthjf Jmejnijgoxg Tanner', the fasting man, passed a ^^jbad'tiiglie, ana wae:iitieiii&TfejQo6j? yesterday. Bteiaeds pnoatmeal. Owing to the railway departtneut knocking trains 'off daring tne'tecM st£jfc-$, a 9aVing of L120,000 par 'auattg has/been efiected. .'?'?' I ?^Jlri Small pox patients progressjgg/ggoar ablj, the chief officer of the Keltog bggg. tl...

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Correspondence. IGNORANCE OF COLONIAL MATTERS AT HOME TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

Correspondence. toNORANCR OF COLONIAL. IG MAfTERSATHOME. , , , TO' THK. KJlIimR. ? ? ? ? ' ? ? ' ' RtR_ While muling an nrlir * on ♦rites it! the 'fl**wO4- 'Www'/V Son) f'Vr October, I was ?rtoniriw-n I to iwrve lli-t the- writer -woke of tit* UpoIodt' of Melbourne and the ' ookors rfMrfbonWr... Such appalling icnornnce ^mutter* Australian a* is xn .s u.*,,,..^ I' HiwhWily readable and otherwise reli nidr publication shows how very litt'e real tno«W. tfUW.hM fcort* fnven Mnnnp* litemry circlns-) of mnfters relating t' ')-(- ' dohieW'hhfi how PHRily we can ho mie_-__ ^resenW.jn relation to mining, afllyre.. Zechan;#rfnnary 5, 1891. J ' ' ? — — — ^

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HOBART. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

HOBART. r/; ? — » TBY ELECTttlO TBLBGRAPHl '-? : ( TB0M OOB OffS -lQattK9POSpGJ»r.J i\ JaUiiatv 5. ' Probate has been proved in the will of Laudon Fafrtliorn at i'5,512, and Jas Botg, (both of Launceston), £1860. ~ Dr , Agnew hue given £lOfi.ja M rW- «u6oe88 of 'the Antarotio E^ditMLX A fire broke out early this morning at the shop of EubUob Bohapke.rBliwweth Street, by which L400 worth of jeirellary vf$f ^ettrqyed. . , r j}r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

? Business, ? mAIOHORN BROS. 3, ELIZABETH STREET, HoBABT, Wine, Spirit, and Provision Merchants Shipping and Commission Agents. r- EEH AN P HABMACY A. P. MIL L E R, CHEMIST, HOBABT, Begs to intimate to the inhabitants of Zeehan and Neighbourhood, that he has opened a Branch adjoining the Bank of Tan Diemen'sLand. An excellent Assortment of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Siok-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, Strahan and New Norfolk. ? 7EEHAN BKAN0H ESTABLISHMENT. FURTHER LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEWEST LINES in DRAPER? AND CLOTHING. EDWARD MULOAHY Thanks his Zeehan Mends 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...

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SPORTING. HOBART, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 7 January 1891

SPOUTING. ! [BY BDBOrRtC UfiLBfrBAPii/i p f fiE^it: 0D6 ,oWa £ii&BfcaP0iiDtaKi.l -_ Hon art. Januarv 6. KomiftaUonsfor the f.fe.C. MebttngldMW day as follows :-^ . . ? HOB A at1 OOF. -Maoauarie, Sweet SimWIcitr, Dllndas (late Newton,) Aranue, McGregor, Glencoe, Compeer, Albl, Urnani, Euby, (2), Tennyson, Steel bone, Helena, Camper* down, Busybody, Trirton, Aogtralasian, Diok Xorpin, Crowns, Hopeioun, Jacltia Qrten, Dblan, Nap, Varra, Granite, lapstoae. Chuldean. ? '? ; '' WILSON STAKES.— Macauarie, Dundaa (late Newton), Ninus, Avenue, VloSragor, Gien co», Compeer, Emani, Tennyson, Steel) bone, Busyboay.AviBtraWian, Goodwood, iiick J'urpin, Hopetouo, Jaok-in-Gresn, Uhlan, Nap, Yarra. Granite, Sir William, THE LORD STA.KE8.— .Vtaonuatie, Sweit Simplicity, Dun las (late Nfitvtofi), ^bbb, Mct-r«g-irt Glencoe, Compeer, Aibi, Etnani, Swinton, Tennyron, Steel bone, Helane, Busybody, Trixton, Opbuha, Australasian, GooJvood, Dick J.'urpin, . Jaok-in-Green, Oblan, Nap, fatn, Granite, ...

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