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A Tragedy in Samoa. MURDER OF AN AMERICAN SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

A Tragedy In Samoa. MCJtDEIl OF AN AMEMCAN SAILOlt. flie steamer Falmerston, of Sydney, briogs particulara ol a tugady which occurred -t Tutuila, so iiUad «C tU Saaaoan group, on Christmas Eve. Two aailora broke Uuir leave and smm aaliore. from, the Amerioin wanhin Imjnois on tbe evening mentioned. They appear to have reached the ahore aafely, but only one turned up on board next day. In quiries were aet on foot (or the missing man, bnt} no traces of him were found until tome hours after, when his body was fonnd floating alongside the ship decapitated, »nd minus an arm and Ie£. Up to the lime of the departnre of the Palmenton no true of tbe murderer had been found, though anipIeioB rested on one of the.decesaed'a companions. The name of tbe murdered man was Power.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Behring Sea Fisheries. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Th Behrinff Sea Fisheries. .Asa ch interest attaches at the preseal momci in the part of all Unglith-apeakin' corami t ion to tbemisundgrstaudine ovi. the leiJfishericB of the Bebring Strait, the fbllowig particnlnrs of that very impor tant in intry may be connidcred worthy of notice. The British mating fleet alone took si « JI9.500 seals in the year U90, being : ndvance of about 0,000 over the previo season's take. Tbe major part of theec, jpvrevcr, were caught off tlie Colum in Coast, only 18,100 having been taken Behrinc Sea. Notwithstanding the m rtain situation at present ruling there, le ships engaged thia year will probab exceed those it last. In r tion to this matter we extract the foiloiri from ilia 'Tunes Special' of a ijcont te:— ' Mi llaine is awkwardly pliced in re; card t- le seal liskjeries question, and it is tho1 it he may have to change his pnsitia n order to arrive at a satisfactory scttlcmt with Great Britain. His policy has be to claim that the United States bav...

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The Sioux Indian. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

*Th& iSiouxi Indian. Tho 'Times'' recently remarked, con coroing the telxl Sioux, that, if they eoiild notooiifonntotbiiJawsregulatinKorganiiied sooiety, ' they wjll hove to go.' Their .trarisliiion sto itbe «isppy ' b«ntftg-onna6 is likely to ?be.-ua«l«n,ea'j_judging ftom: at K«a;liidge M wliioli ' W-s Ainerimn mUlUr^Jorsejisrenworatpd. XhU4s%»» onetnoldentin a war that linn Its firiffin in religious ftnaticisni. The Siont had been poiscssedof the idea lliat a Mesiiah would appear lit tlio end -of November last, ana - iestore them 'to their supremacy as lords of the territory, of which tt(iy ^iav,e been «? 0' long deipoilt'd; They Tfivo tfcen taught by their chiefs and medioinc menthnt they would b endowed with power to -ex termi- nate the pule faoes, and they have been touted ai a indited to what has now become a atiugg b for life with . the American Oovsrnaent. - The «nt'°e series of massacre and repriials, of which reports have cone to hand, show that the old scene of nd...

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Stock & Share Market. THE ZEEHAN EXCHANGE. Morning, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

JStocJc & SJiare Market. TIIE ZEEUAN EXCHANGE. ; ; :???.'. Morning, January SO. . Tho Secretary of tbe etook Lxchango ot Seehan, reports tho following sales and quotations mndo on 'Change. , - Adelaide, a 7s Sd ? A't»trallb7a»d,F8s3d Ontario, ? 9d ' . Satirise, b S«, « f s 3d, tiles, 6s Talune, b 7s Od, ? 8s 2d. Afternoon. Austral, B$s6d ' ' . 1 ])nnda-£xtenaell,a5s MnrcMson, b Is 8d ; s 2s Talune, a 8s Gd. ' Boblnson & Fcodnport the following aalos for week ending January 17, 18S)1 :— Monda;— AlnsUe, 3s Id to 3s Od ; Maestri No.'-], Is 6d ; Sunrise, 7a 6d to 8s ; North Btretin, Is. ' Toesdny— Alnjlls, 2i 7d ; North Stream, lOd ; I^onl Dnndaa, la lid to 2s ; Dundas Kant, £» ; Good Intent, £10 10s to £41 ; Mnmlilson, la 4d to la id ; Ontario, 7d ; Sacramento, £3 5s to £3 10s. Wedntt day— Svlvestor Conttibnttoj, ls«Sd to la 7d; Star ot the West, £2 ; Royal Dttndas, 2s 3d Io2s6d; Tulnne, 7a Od; United, £2 4a to £2«i. Than3ay— Mnrohlran, la Od ; Koy&l- Vucdos, Is...

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MINING. THE SILVER QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

MIFING. [nx oas srEciAi, us. o, o. jjimos J THE SILVER QUEEN. The new 6lioTt nt tiic mouth of llio tunnel Iiub roachoj n depth of 40 feet. Tim iodr was passed through in sinking, but it is intended to get down aa deep as possible, then open gut for Die lone '«s time will likely bo less water Jiorc than there is father ia; it iehopod to bd' able to open up a new slope at a lower level. The inter mediate levci iniB now beoa stopped, as the, ore Imd ceased to be payable «s the surface w»s approached. ,Tlio bpttctm level lias boon driven n total distant* of 144 feet, and is in oxidise! ore, assaying about 160 ounces Bilver per. ton on an uvurnge, the Jo-do being 3 feet wido. The cnrbODate body nt this level is SO feot longer than nt the upper level, bat lias sow beep .ptised fhrougli.' 'During tlio Jnet four weekfl 10D tonsinC ora|)W been raised, tUero 'being 80 tons Pjtaclioi ftw«HJng daap'uton. Mo, 2 'tunnel is weuff ' unrjfiu^Qn&ifc. juift ? ft 'tfuck iroad joi6VJ IXifilodbis...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Inkereoloiuftl Gables. rat 'etJBiuiuNte cable.] rrB0MjIllI»,OW»1COlltt«3r0*p«HTS.' * VICTOItiA.. ,TUC-t* Mii.doiibnk. .Innuarv 19. CSWashyCrlclcet' -Miiar-wM re anmed toJay, when Meluourno UfiiWr ilty fiuDcioded dieir tir«t innings for 291i»rA &l'#head ot Uieir opponents. jEha^Sydncy mro in tbdr second 111 Snirsiort two wickets for 4Q juns, ' ?^ath«.Seifccts of?1iis,MPjurioa. .The - woniau Hatton, who was niurdcrod last nighHil ?»- pitive of ^astnanla'. She «m iroll-cdacatol and highly con nected. A woman named Harjs, who 4he .^-jinarriud to tito. *y|4lft Bey. ? Vathanul Kinsman. They kept their JitiiliIriaireBBoreL-butjilr*.Eiclah«howod D»vb*CTig!rflaB«$ne». ' 11.' Pound, Manager of the Otway Jorc^^U. dammsegkor slander and Tho Minintorof -Education .says that I nlglit-Bchools increase Inrnkinism. - . P ???? ?.?-?'???? .ij»nuaryi^ f In tho Inter-DnivcrsiljCrickrt Match the Sydney men made 181ranB in their Bcco'ud innings,' leaving (he li'onic teak 181 to get to secure a win...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Correspondence. From our readers ve invite correspondence on matters ef - general interest which we will, whenever practicable, Sntert ia . tbw column. It will be necessary tor our corns, pon'dehti to write on one side of (he paper only. In stating this, we wish it to be dis tinctly understood that we do sot stipulate for superfine vream4aid scented sots-paper to be nsed t down to briwn paper will do as, provided tho 'Ink It ^s stam.d with conveys items of interest to onr readers. -dB'itii tbe opinlmu ttfatuM itt Ihu cutatna'Sf do sot Identify ourselves. ? 'Sootty, the Zeohan Wrinkier.'— Tour letter, Scotty, is hardly tit tkiod we cotton to, yet ira trill Uke the liberty of giving more advice, frfitV than a hwycr would pnn out for Gs. 8o, If, as you state, Patscy tried to, get a knock-out home on the point of your jaw for nothing, und in return you landed him a mouldy one on the top shelf, safely reaching lii« cellar at tlie uiruo time with the left *nli-l, and tliat the. lair (topp...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, January 15. THE SEALING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Sin I* i's'j'i-.i n-x'j n fB« SUfcMABlNB UABtffl]. fm« W-jbfriMSftWWwWSi) '. THE BB111HQ QUESTION. A motion !)»» been -tabled in tlio UMtSl -SUtto-Honw*! ftctMBcnutivos condemning tho «ctio» ot Onnaun in .nncling to the La* Contts for the 8rttlen«nt-of Jtan ofAtoqaestion ol the ? ? „ „? riauaiiinn (eaters 1-r tuc sown* **** w......— ?—. ? w Uiilted iSatei fjommiriioners. Tlio motion *0«o etAtes. *»'? *'! 'ct'1* ,o[ Cuntd* « d-tfo««tf-rj to the diguityjrf the Unitefl UUUB. It Is DKpectcd tbrt Could* will withdraw the eases in ques tion. . ? THB ElGBT-ttbUUa MLlKOttLK III . mKOB. .. One hundred Mid eighty-six out of [ourtiiodrwi workmen'sunious in Frimco -.^«lfoctto tiieidojitionof the eight-hoars f $riii-rSple,''witiioiit ©rcrtimo. Some other mo-lilie«tioiis,irtre.laid«, lint generally the principle is the tamo as that »dror vstod in England.' .''.'?'. . .90 ^itVBtt.JlA^KET. ,.,,,, The SUni iiarfcet; yintinaes' lo.nd- ^heeV'ISr »tlror hating risen' -me*Uf- munrper or. to-d.ay, being ...

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

^£dfW3Si€HJA Jack Donciian and A. Tbtfng erinow in active training., Xbe former is improving liis style gradually, and the free work in the wager is helping (jim to c-etrid of his i cramped style, contracted in short nkiffs. Young is coing splendidly, lie is a neat sculler witli his hands, and his actual skull ,*»rk is noariy perfect. 'If hooouid fcetia. Jittle more luarkod .and harder. «wtng with ii,' . bod/i , ho n'onld go ftstflr. I' tancj Young will be n lmnllrint for Stephenson to crack in tlioir match on Pobrnaiyal. : ? - -,- .^ E. Stuart is rowing a abort boat and sculls neatly, but none too strong, although he seems to get good pace out oi tlie /-WJHone is^wingin gooa-J«fyll, aid and though rather clumay^t timosjgoes wellwhonepurting.; He MomiiVBrj-'ilrong in the shoulders, and should try and com type aiittlo more !«w work, . : . .\ t' '? i - ' When ilcL'mn defeated Kemp for the Championship of tbo World, Tecuier at 5nf«'f?.r?«?Kd » cl;»«en«« tp'^ .victor y- row him for the ...

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SPORTING. HOBART, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

SPORTING. TBv Oun Stortino B.EronTiB.1 Hodabt, January 16. W.. Dalian, who.'hos Jately arrived in Taatnania, after spending a well-deserved holiday, is having stables erected at Green Ponds, irith 1)10 intention of training. lie starts with the well-known horac Hard Times. ' ' Tlie Hon. V. b. Wallace e none uuram boi, by Dhurringile, won .a hurdle race at Oakleigh Park last week* -«? n, ; *.w The Taiitnarian Jockeyf Peter KeaUng, won » tnrdle,««oe .,it Uip»J-«. £Vio-). «n llon»*t-JJQir. Io-tt«:8t-Splccliase,l)«l£irB mount,' Collart, foil heavily, drugging him ?ome dirtan* alonRthe gronnS, ?bnt not ?eriously Injuring him. ??-.??* There are llienlries for the Newmarket Hondicap^and 51 Tor*he Anstnlian Cup, tho largest yet known) ??'' '? Tennyson, lioilinp;' ftom* Tasmania, is nominated for the Newmarket Handicap and V.A.T.C. Hawl»burn flondicap. Tlie'Eurntion f olloivere ore jibinif in for something big with Ihe 1ialf-brWh-rr to Sir Wilfred, as .they have nominated him for tlie Newtmr...

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The Late Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Tim LatelBdzdrir.: The. vollowloV -Ti«-«h«tr ha* bwa banded to os by Mm. 8.K. Bolmaa for pnbll. eatloa:- J ? ')' OUeoted by OomnKee ol Ladles, W banded-io the^rreaiatH Mrt. B. *£&**, to be expended on good fur the Bataar :~ .S'T- ?;?'??' -,,T'. I - '?*;? *'a, d. - Mrs. UeKimala ... ... ... 8 2 0 Mvs.E»id... .... ... ? ., 2 », « . MIm Pearson ' ...'? I:.. '.?..'« Ml 0 Mn. Thane ... J... .„. t 12 0 Mrs. Hlggt '...*??) ? Jl 12 0 Mn. Meredith ... I... - ... 8 6 0 -I Mn.Binnurfr ... ? , .3. £ 0 'r Mw.'Anaenbn,M(i j/MflaAa. . '- . .- i\ '|Bher«ad» .-..? I .,,.. , IB ft 0} Mn.8. A. Holman J ... ... S''!' « Mrs. Thorne -fw*««l)...r-:jiy..7-(0-,%« -0 Mr^^dfforpinaO.) ' ...' b'? 0 Mr. Button ...I ,_.. ... 0 10 0 P«Wont1o-^ ? ? *.| ICUeKimmb ... ? IS 7 6 X.'8:Bp-Wn ... ... ...'lie- 9 NionoWfcThuntoj ... ... 1 I 8' l i -J ijL .'.. j'\.« (?»'-. ?' I ! '' ? ? -SU r ?', Balance la bai ... .,: £15 I ». a'1 Tlifs balance, toltber with the money tab. f realised by the-«J of -tbe few remaining...

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More Red-tapeism for Strahan. HOBART, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

More Bcd-taiteism for Strahan. [BY ELECTBIO TELEGBAPJX.' ' [FROM OUH OWN COnRRSrOKDEKT-J Hodaut, January 20. At a meeting of tbe Mnnne Board luld to-d»T, a Utter from the Uepnty Hnrbour Master at Strahan, calling the attention of Old Board -o Uie necessity for more wliirfnge necommodation nt tliat port, was read. After UaTiug been duly consiaerea, the loiter was dniy forwarded to the Treasurer, who replied utating that he was. fnlly.^iive to their wants, «nd thut.eliwidy a ne-r pier and moorioR buoy were in pro gress, further asking the Board to appoint an officer to nttend In Ilittin at once; to this the Chairman called the attention of the meeting to the fact that they lind already informed the Treasurer that tluy were not in a position to appoint an officer, apd it was decided to eend a similar reply to the present communication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Business Notices. ? . TnTTnTTY, IMPORTER OP MERCHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OP EVEEY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. P1UCE LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices and Quality -will compare favourably with any house in the colony. ? MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND 10 J1UERA.Y STREETS, HODAKT. ^ ? :0: ? sbLE AGENTS FOB, Usliev's Special Reserve, and 0. V. G. : Whisliy. Roynl Blend WliUliy, disc ami Jeroboams. Glen Dim (Own Special Blendl, Case aud Balk. E.&J. Burko's Irish Whisky, Cnso & Bulk. I do. Dublin Stout, McEwan's Edinburgh Globe Ale, rlo. Bass & Co'b No. I Alo in Hlids, i Hhds, Kilderkins, and Firkins. AitUeii's Fnlkirk Life Bolt Ale. Disnnit Dubouchc &Co's Brandy, Case and Bulk. Jules Uobin's Brandy, Case nnd Hulk. Oilley Forrester's Genuine Turt Wines. Vorrester's Sherries. IjPinon Hart's W. Indinn Rum! Board's Old Tom Jamaica Hum, elo. Holbrook's Sauces ond Pickles. Watson & McGill'a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

? Special Advertisements: ZEUUAN AN LI D1J.NUAS felLVKR VJKL1), GE 0 H G E I). GIIUOS, (L:tti: of Broken Uiii, N.S.W.) Mining' Reporter. Mr. Gll'.SOX hugs to rtnto tliat he- line taken iip his residence ut Zefliau. nnn is n.nv iuopiiro.1 to furnish KK.IjI.YHLE libTOlU'S on MIXING HlCll'liltTlES in (he ulinvp iliKiriots. l'v»6 iiioiU rate. Half |-ny.il-lu in mlriinw. '* -DISK OF AUSTUA.I.A.S1A Uucorvi.--rat«d by Knv.il Charter 1KJ5.) Paid up C,ipi(:il ... i'l,(iOO,000 Ucsmvi; i'liud ... £809,000 A MUNCH of llio nliovo D.iufc is now ojieu at Zcclian for the tmiisnolioo of alJ iisuu] Banking biifiums. JESSES. BLACK . & M YEING, SHARUB110KEBS, JJEEHAK. ASUPI'IjKMENT TO THE H A if D Y BOO K 'OF TASMANIA!* MINKS & MINING Compiled In- iHmtriN Shoi.l, and AuiEnr .J.'Ai.mm. Laiincrston. This liooV endcarours to) convey to those cn« sagoi! in Mining Transactions, Speculations^ or JMinin;: Companies. It contains folli md accurate infornution, corrMtort up to 2Mi UccBmber, 3S9U,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

j?'».%-.^Bi»ea«wc9»'. ???;? ' , ?'.' i nitevcoACB'niKTWEfiNnF.idiNE V.':'.'-','1! -^PP^PEKAS. .;';/ ' ' ,-,- ?? Cotali IietTcig Betniae «wry 'Tuesday, ?'?????? ? ?:? ? -?-? ? *«» ?? .....^..??\%y!a.a'^tA.':'.' ' ., ,- ? ' . JliKArm ZKsa*N« EVEur . MONDAY, ; ..;;.' yyfcbtoEsiuV, .' . . -,^ ,i i' -- r« ? AHD' ? . r ?.-- i FRIDAY, ?r- „ 'At 10 o'clock. , ?' , . ; rriftJQlKl, AHP FAUUJINEIt, , .' Stjpkftai fthatebrokew , fA|i^»IAN 8IXYEI? ADAMvS I^- LAMB, STOCK AND 8HAEEBROKEH8, ZEEHAN AND , DUNDAS Legal Managers, Mining and ? Commission Agents, Members Zeebgn and Hobart Stock BilesofSProperties negotiated. ?DO* III 8 0 N A P E A D Stock. «nd Sharebrokers, Mining and General Comnusaion Agents, ZBBHAK& DPNDAS. ALFRED SLATER, GENE&AL, COMMISSION ???v'. ...W . . ? .# FORWARDING AGENT. BTRAHAW, MIST FOB TEX UHITSD M. OOT, ooi»irux,raaiVD xunnim» jiroi ooror h-w nuLUDb : '?'? ' , Jho,lta . ' . ' ' ' StCKK & H« ????-f ««^ TSgOUXKS OT, HOBABS, *jy^** , **?'.— -!''w-'*^H...

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Mr. Pillinger Decides. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

Mr. PMlinffer Decides. Nobly battling against Nature's staVnest moods and obstacles the hardy rraspector, by dint of that sheer determination and will to conquer that wins admiration from all, has incontestable proved to Australia that tbe Dundas and Zeelian districts teems rich with silver ore. This they, alone— and almost unaided— bftve decided, and in thus pushing tbe Weat Coast boldly to the front, hate demonstrated that through it they have called the eyes of tbe other colonies to un, and thus added fresh vitality to the com mercial standing of Tasmania. The able repurt of the Government Geologist, Mr Montgomery, in addition to many of lesser note, gives to us the Warranty that tbe nilver fields of the Went Coast are no ei'herneral production that like tho Arab will ' Silently steal away ;' bot, rather to the contrary, that time alone is necessary to enau/e our hardy miners to prove their permanency. Private enterprise thus t.ii has dono much, under very adverse circumstances ;...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1891. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

THE 'Far the ounxt tlittkckl Ktsbuoea Tor the «mj( tbjit n«*i» raiBUue* For the talnre In tin dlnuoce And tic good tlut neudo.' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1WJ1. OL'RSELVES. 'i'linnii niont.iij ngi- mi objeiire print we issued tu our local worlii, and doncatb tlio sougliing branclio? of the niyrllp ami liitics wo liattW witli (iillk-ult.ie.-i of an exccptiinial charactor. Our stalf, tlwiigli sninn liuxiicricaiiy, wcie iiupc in win, ana fully n!ivc to tlic glorious fuliire tb.it lay imfore the /Jcclian-Dmiclas liixrict. Tli us, conscious of ihe [neseiit, ivo lonkcii ivitii liopo to Ilia future, nml proud we foci to Ik; alile to write, looked not in vain, ll iK-pJed in- projilinlic gitt to rosliw our fiilinv nicccssi— the warm, »'ek'oi-]i)ig li;H)d$ nf fricl)ii.*)iip nml Jicl|i Iiold out to us by men, God-croatcd, living nianJifcc, the stalwart piuuRcrs of tlin district, those hands hn.nl nml grimed liy nuWi- labour — lirouglit unmis takably within their warm, manly ]ir«99iiro, assurements...

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STRAHAN. POLICE COURT. [Before H. Fowell, Esq., S.M., and Dr Harrison, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 21 January 1891

STRAHAN.     I x oob owa COEB.KPOKDK1.1.] ' ; P0L10E COURT. f«efo !. U. Fowell, Esq., 5.M.,aud Or Harrison, 3.V.] Hah Barrett was proceeded agtinit by M J. Qeffttoy for unlawfnlly leaving his .e eyment, .without nsrmiaepn, dc ^.fttnKhiiaaajdSrvapti, FU, not g '. ;J(r W. A. Stuart appeired lor defen ;.-- ' ? '' ' ' ' :1 -.' ? J. uajtney, *worn, ttia : ?? 1 \am a li sed . - victualler, refiotng in Strab . .. psfeiidant .'was. to ke pjiid in'ont ' at the end of December she (defci it) gave we a week's notice iu writii finch notice I did uotaccipt. At the e ation of tbe wenk defendant left (Eifned by Mr Stuart) 'Sly iuront in Ujrt engaged dtfendant on my iiccau I ajfreeq to give her 25s per week, lie abaentcd herself at 0p.ni. on tllfi4 ieeerrthor, 1890.' Mr art, in liis address to the Benob, ?onto 1 that a week's notice ran quite euflic . . , lln 1 Burrett, sworn, said :' ' I am a wido1 aiding .in Slrahan. Mn Kcopen cngaumc in Hobart on accouit of Mr Gall'u- w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SPORTING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [BY OWN SPORTING RE[?]TKA.] HOBART, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 23 January 1891

SPORTING. t| py PiEcriijo TEUJOBApai 1 {By Odb Stoiitino BbbobW^I^ ..,.?:. ... ' .-Homiit, JuDuarir S3. The following Avceptaaoei ime bwn re- i f«ttaid.far tbo Hobart Cop 1- : : Jh- . \ '? .Mb. ?. ......... .UA'^ M»cqn»ri« ... 9 V Dniu ? ? t Ernanl ? .8 13 Dlfk Torpln... 7 i J«cklntbeGreen8 S Triiton ...... 7 2 Tennjion ... 8 I SopetouB ... 7 2 Avenue ? 7 11 Krono ? j 2 Ooinpeer ,... 7 11, SweetSlmpUelty t 0 Wnlt... -... 7 11 LapttoiK ? .;.' C 11 T!irr« ? 7 9 Bturbody ... B p Ifljlin ? v 1, .7. Anstulailao... 6 7 Heline... - .?:. 7- 7 Camperdnra fi 7 StceUione ... 7 fi BnbyU, .., 8 7 ThJf'|foUoirlns are Hi BatrhV for tbe H»rq9tn». Ztnnri ? Dnnloji llenenger Darkle Kuby Is Donald Cutrd. Hero : Pater Flat - Young Hero Nyrii Ledella May Be ~ -Glendurt Elltnlie gtrJwhn* Hortenaelr. 'EntrlM for remaining moes excellent, ' Ze'ehanttea'Vthohtve tsperien^d thepnui ful ;feellngi of hiring backed a winner with a gay-».wbiokwelihor, will be able to appreciate tfcf ^ethoij the Sh.li si Sor^U' )...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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