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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

? Business ? FERGUSON & CaT~ HOBART, HAVE FOB SALE^ WINES, SPIRITS, TEAS, SUGARS, G&HERAL GROCERIES, ETC., ALBO, HMfal Produce, Cheese, Butter, Bacon, Chaff, m. \ Particulars on Application. ? 'QgEmiB & MUJJAY STREETS, fltoihe Tasmanian MtflHI^HSK^b Government (Late Chas. Abbott,) 3wtXTI?.R,j(LY STIR/SET, HOBABT. Wfctch Repairing our Speciality.— We have the most reliable work men obtainable, and our prices are the most moderate. Atop information regarding our business con be obtained fioin Mr. Calder, Zukan and Dundas J/em/d Office, who -has been acquainted vrith us for many ftiin. He is our Local Agent, and any Repairs or (Men left with him will nave prompt attention. , . ; ESTABIiieHBD CTVjELH 6O T^A'Pg ?FieA.3iTK:i.i3sr whaef, noB-A-iao?, % WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, * . AND COMMISSION AGENTS. SOLE -A.C3-E2STTS FOR, . ' :; *Bob Boy,' 'Long John,' 'Galley Blend' Whisky 'IWroWer' Ate and Stont ^'FwweV Brandy ; St. Hubert'* Australian Wiae...

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Stock & Share Market [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Stock & Share Market j [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [iBOM OOfi OWN COEBESPONDENT.] - HOUABT,' Thursday. The following sales and quotations were made on the Hobart' Exchange to-day : — New Golden Gate, b 46s, s 60s ; North ditto, b 2s 9d, s 3s 3d ; Starlight, b 2s, s 2s 'id ; Balstrups, b 7s 3d, s 7s 9d; Comet, b £5 I7s6d, s £6 5s ; Ditto Extended, b 70s, a ?5s;-iGrubb, b Is 5d, s Is 6d ; King Diiudas (con), b Is, s Is Gd, paid up 8 As ; Godkin paid-up, b 7s Od, s 8s Gd ; Man ganese, b 8b (id; Montana, s 10s; Pyra mid, b Is ltl, s Is Od ; Dukes, b od, s 9d ; Sprays, b 2s ; Junctions, s 1b 8d ; Kings, b £42, s £44; Queen, b 6,5s, s 70s ; Sun rise, b 3s, s 3s (id ; Sylvesters (paid up), b 2s 7d, contributing b Is lid ; Westerns, h 2s 9d, s 3s 4d; Argun, b 2b, s 2s 3d; Pull Mqqu &*tond.Qd, h £u, a £10 10s; McGough, s 138 Gd ; Garibaldi, b 6s 6d, s 6s 9d ; Bonk'V.D.L., s £6 10s ; T.P.A., s lls; Cascade Brewery, b 26s 6d. ' The following are the Launceston Ex ohange quotations...

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EUROPEAN Cables. LONDON, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

I Buboeba^ Cables. B ffl SUBMARINE CABLES]. ^^M [fROM OttR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] '^H - Lohdon, October 21. ^H The 'Times'11 to-day, dealing with ^H tbe Australian strike, states that the j^B position taken by employers is perfectly ^H justified, and the terms they Offered j^H fitriKbrsare generous and fair. ^H Tie Shipowners' Federation has .ire ^^H solved to bring present continuous labour ^H struggles 'td a crisis. In consequence of ^H Federated Laboui Unions systematic, ^H intimida'U=J' of non-union crews, the ^m Shipowtien Federation are maturing a ^H scheme for laying up every vessel in the . H United Kingdom,' which will involve ^fl immediate stoppage of very many other H industries, thus creating a general lock H .#&,. in reply to strikers organisation for. ^| .i^the part they have taken. The scheme ^B is being rapidly perfected, thus enabling ^m the whole of the shipowners of Great H Britain to act simultaneously at a given H signal. The Gas Companies are all H stockin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Business Notices JAMUS AND HEYWOOD, Bakers and General Storekeepers, , Mount Zeehan. Always remember that we can give you better value for money than anyone on the field. GROCERY— Every requisite always kept in stock, together with special lines in Luxuries, such as Preserved Ginger, Jelly Goods, Catfs Foot Jelly in pints and quarts, Confectionery, including Fry's and. Epp's First-class Chocolate Good's,' Cocoa and Coffee Essences, Etc., Etc., Etc. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, and . MERCERY. Haying made special Cash Pur chases at Great Advantage we are placed in a position to sell cheaper than anyone else. men's tweed suits, 21s. Quality warranted. -gfCOME AND JUDGE. (Shits made to order of the best English, Scotch, and Tasmanian Tweeds. Fit, style, and quality guaranteed, from 45s to 95s, IRONMONGERY— Full assortment at lowest rates. Mining tools, etc., a speciality. Carting and Packing done to any part of the field, at lowest rates. JAMES AND HEYWOOD, Next Mount Zeehan HoteL ' ; ? ; ? .? ? ...

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HOBART. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. HOBART, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

HOBART. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [from odr own cob respondent.] DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Hobart, October 22. At 8 o clock this morning a fire broke out in Crisp's tinibor yard, Lower Mac quarie-street. The alarm was given, and the Fire Brigade were quickly on the spot, but their efforts were unable to pre vent the total destruction of building, machinery, and stock of timber. Crisp is insured to the extent of £2,000, but this amount will not nearly 'cover the damage. The fire was one of the largest which has occurred in Hobart for some years, the whole city being illuminated. Captain W. House, late of ihe Minx, has been appointed to the command of the Cambria, vice Captain Reid, who takes the Devon. Captain House was a passenger by the Koonya to-day, aud takes command of hia new vessel on Friday next. She is to be kept in the Macquarie and Trial Harbour trade. The Governor has received the fol lowing cablegram from West Australia : — ' Constitution declared to-day amidst great public rejoici...

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

J^Lteireolonial ; s Gafeles. H ^ . f » - . ?-?-.' Bj [FROM OOE OWK COBRESrONDBNT] I Ki nvidtSEiA. Bj. MELUonRNE, October 22. B The barque JTohn. Hunt, which foun ? deredatthe Head's at ^theend of last B month has been towed to Williamstown B undeq-water. ? . jMltM District Court to-day 12 book B makers were further remanded for a fort ? night on charges of uding shops for I betting purposes , , - : , : , ' { ? -JTh'e enquiry into the conduct ot ? General Price commences to-morrow. I About M witnesses will be examined.' I V ?.-?'.-? ?'? Octo^e^23 ? At the district court to-day, Boon, a ? irell-known agitator, was fined L5, and ? two guineas cost, or six weeks imprison I ment for insulting the Premier, Chief I Secretary, and other public men. I The body of a single young woman I named Martha Cook, was taken to the I morgue from .Richmond, where she died I on Tuesday night. Something out of I the ordinary is anticipated from the post I mortem examination. I The enquiry into the Palace ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

To Correspottdents. ' Pro Bono Publico,' will appear in our next. ' Offsets,' by Caracoly. Too long . for our limited space.

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PRIVILEGES & FAVOURS TO RESIDENTS ON MINERAL FIELDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

PBIVILEGES & FAVOURS TO RESIDENTS ON MINERAL FIELDS. TO THE EDITOB. Sib, — I would like to draw your atten tion to the laws, re residence on mineral fields. Why should favours be shown to those who take up, say 80 acres of mineral land at 5s. per acre, while the miners who take up area's for gold, pay at the rate of nearly £2 per acre, and have less privileges. Now on the gold fields, a resident by holding a miner's right, is entitled to a residence site, while on mineral lands, paying a less rental, any person wishing to have a lesidence or building site, has to get the sanction of the manager, in some cases, and in others, of the Directors, and it is this where favours are shown. Some who ask to get a site for business or ' residence are refused, and others, new on the field but perhaps more favoured, have their wish grantedjwithout bother. Take this field for instance, I know men who have been on the field since it first started and who have been the pioneers, and are sti...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1890. EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

£ttfytn | jjfwtfa %mlh 'For the chum tint l&cka usfetMM For tbe wrong that om4- retistaaot For tlio future In tli« cU»t»nce And tbft good tbat we ran do.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1890. EXPLOSIVES. In our community, whose material pros perity is solely dependent on silver mining, the subject of explosives — which form so important a factor in the indus try — is of the greatest importance. Gun powder in various forms was, till a com paratively recent period, the only sub stance available for blasting. .. As every one knows, it is of very anciont origin, and is composed of 75 parts of salt petre, 15 of charcoal, and 10 of sulphur. Many objections, however, are attached to this material, and the aid of chemistry was called in to produce a less bulky and a stronger compound, the result being that hundreds of new mixtures hare within the past thirty years, been introduced, most of them being more curious than practical, and some of so dangerous a nature that their discovery need never...

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Correspondence. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Correspondence. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. TO THE EDITOE. Sib,— On starting to read your leading article in this morninf s issue, I felt highly gratified; understanding, ae I did, that the Government had decided to throw open all allotments just surveyed in northern townships under residence license. That inthree weeks, we poor unfortunate miners and prospectors would be able to yjpcupy a - plot whereon to erect our ?T'humpy.' But, oh ! how my feelings fell below zero when I continued reading, and found you advocating the sale of those . allotments. Now, sir, I think the southern /'township is a standing monument of the '*j inadvisability of such a proceeding. Here we iaye the spectacle of a surveyed town ship, in which all allotments were sold, after many months, with only two habit able dwellings— one an hotel. This, surely, ought to be a warning to the Government not to repeat the experiment. In reference to the money being expended in ' sanitary arrangements,' I say, throw open the allotm...

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The Great Strike. MELBOURNE, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

The Great Strike: FBY SUBMARINE CABLE.! [from our own correspondent.] Melbourne. October 22. There is no alteration in the position of affairs regarding the labour trouble, and matters are at a standstill. It is under stood that the Trades Hall Council are preparing a bomb for the shipowners, but its nature has not transpired. Meantime the military force has been reduced. Mr. Hancock has received a letter from a well known gentleman to the effect that at the Dandenong public buildings open ing banquet the other day, a Justice or the Peace, who is a Victorian ranger, ttated that he heard his comrades had amused themselves in the barracks by scratching on their bullets the names of leaders of the labour party, and he had no doubt if anything occurred the bullets would find their marks. The igeech was made in the presence of the Hon. J. S. Patterson, and the writer will prove bis assertions if the Strike Committee desire to call a meeting for the purpose. Considerable indignation is ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Business Notices B. J. MOORE, ~~ PHOTOGRAPHER. Fbom ScHooii of Photography, Ballaeat. Late of Anson Bros., IHobart, has opened at Zeehan, at following prices. Cabinets, 20s. per doz., C. D. V. 10s per doz. All Photos., finished in 3 days. ? Business NotioeB- ? . 1 O\ 'WHITE, 1 CASH DRAPER, j 123 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART, I IS NOW SHOWING FIRST-CLASS ASSORTMENT OF j SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS. ?u- — _ i Ladies living at a distance can by sending for patterns, estimates, and form i erf self-measurement, secure first-class costumes, perfect fit, and latest style. \ J. WHITE, OASEC TiLILOK, j 123 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART, A IS NOW SHOWING LATEST STYLES in COATINGS, TWEEDS, Etc j Gentlemen can by sending for form of self-measurement and samples I secure first-class suits at reasonable rates. j js :mi ip o ir i tj im: j Established 1996. \ ] NOEL WHFfE~~AND CO.; GENERAL DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND CARPET WAREHOUSEMEN. ; ? o -^ DRESSMAKING.— Orders Executed on the Shortest Notice.1 ; ESTIMATES, S...

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TRAMWAY BILL. HOBART, Last Night, 11.30. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

TRAMWA1£%BILL. m [BY ELECTRIC TELEGR$|H.! [fbom oub own correspondent] Hobxbt, Last Night, 11.30. The Zeeban and: Dundas Tramway Bill ? passed the second leading in the House ? of AsBombly to-night by 13 votes to 10, ? after a long and spirited discussion. The fl BUI will be further considered in com- '9 mittee to-morrow evening, when the rates H of charges and date for completion of cob- ? tract will probably be fixed. . ' I

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Journalistic Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Journalistic Enter prise, ^ ? FBt PhiiJ 'Sink 110,000 : then, according to ? circuruBtances and the .-way you. manage, . yourpapej|may begin to pay.' Such ?w^sAtne dictum or a gentleman .haying a g-&dty share in the best news paper and printing conoern in Tasmania on the occasion of. a new broadsheet being ? ?? ? 1 ? ...... ?.'..? mooted a few years since : but its value as applied to 'The Zeehan and Dundas Herald ' must, like other things veiled by futurity, be assessed in coming time. If the proprietors of this enterprise have accurately guaged local public feeling, and opinions of many beyond the moun tains interested with our folks, there is a fair square opening for a spiritedly con ducted journal : and they, the said pro prietors, are committed to the task of filling it. A section of a country's people sepa rated by distance or interest from masses dwelling in, or closely in touch with those in great centres, are more or less dis franchised without an organ in which to...

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SPORTING. CAULFIELD, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

SPORTIim. [by electric telegraph.] [From Our Own Correspondent.] .- — . \nkm Caulfield, October 18. VflH The weather waB splendid. Lord and Lady I-j^V Hopetoun were present. The 'attendance ' :^H was very large! The racing was excellent, . :^H and the results very satisfactory. '^H Maiden Plate.— Of 200 sovs., added to a :^M sweepstake of 3 sovs. each for starters; : ^H second horse, 25 sovs. from stake. For : 0^1 maiden horses, 3 years old and upwards^ -''^M. Special weights. One mile. - '- '^H Cacushla, (Goffi), 1; S. Gardiner's H NihiliBt, (Hayes), 2 ; J. Wilson's Peggy, S (Moore), 3. ?? 'JM Nursery Handicap.— Of 200 sovs. added to I JH sweepstake of 3 sovs. each for starters ^j^B second horse, 25 sots, from the stake*/? jjT^H. For 2 year olds, four furlongs and a half: r^^W S. Gardiner's Submission, (Fisher), .Ijr'-^^B J. Davis1 Hartington, (Redfern), 2 ; J. $.;?;« Carslake's Ascotvale, (Bthridge), 3. : r^H Selling Race.— Of 200 sovs. Special 'H weight*. Five furlong*. ' '''S J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Special Advertisements: ? rgEEHAN PHARMACY A. P, MILLER, CHEMIST, HOBART, Begs to intimate to the inhabits uts of Zeehan and Neighbourhood that he as opened a BRANCH adjoining the Bank of Van piemen's Land, under the management of Mr. E. C. J. DAVIES, where an excellent Assortment of * krugs, patent medicines Sick-room appliances, EERFtfMERY, HAIR, TOOTH, ^LJf© NAIL BRUSHES, TOILET ^SEPARATIONS, ETC., ETC., will be procured at Town Prices. ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS SILVER FIELDS, G E 0 R O E U. 'GIBSON (Late of Broken Hill, N.S.W.) Mining Importer. Mr. GIBSON begs to state that he lias .taken np his residence at Zeehan, and is now prepared to furnish RELIABLE REPORTS on MINING PROPERTIES in .the above dijtriots. Pees moderate* Half payable in advance. T. L.HOOD, BOOKSELLER, STATLONEB, AND MUSIC SKLLBR, LIVERPOOL ASD ELIZABETH STREETS ? , HOBART. -51. L. UOQD solicits the patr nage of his Wast Coast Friends,- anil begs tooassuve them that any orders committed to his care will have prompt and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

Shipping. ? TfcfELBOUENB C,UP EXCURSION iU Trip. The fast and favourite S.S. Bellinger, J. Chaplin, Commander, will make an excursus^ trip fa Melbourne, leaving macquarie Harbour on Sunday, November 2nd., at 6 a.m., leaving Melbourne on return journey on Thursday ^evening, enabling passengers 3 tofteetUe Cup run, and have ,a day or two in Melbourne. .FAitES.:— Eeturn, £5, Single £3. T. A. Reynolds & Go., ; Agents. T. A. REYNOLDS & CO.'S Line of steamers between HOBABT AND STRAHAN. « BELLINGER/' 280 tons, leaves Hobart every Wednes day at noon, and Strahan every Friday at 3 p.m. 'BOWRA,' 250 tons, or ' PIONEER,' 100 tons, leaves Hobart every Saturday, and Stralian every Tuesday. 'ADVANCE,' Wcr Trial Harbour every ! ' opportunity. Stook and Sharebrokers; OHAS. R. HOWWJYB, \j '? '? :* ? ' ?:? '???'. ?;;??;' j^^!^\1^f^eiBmi ;y ( ^aP^VRO ORO0BV, , , - BirPCK AND SHABBBROOB (Henber of the Hobert Stock Krchange) SLDOK CHAMBERS, ' ? l|,' yLliJpWm 8TBBBT, QAYLEY U WALCH STOCK...

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SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART. SAILED. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

SHIPPING. BY ELECTRkTtELEGRAPH. [jBOM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOBART. SAILED. ' . ? October 22. Koonyft, s.s., for Strahan. PassengeTS : —Mrs. Thompson, (Messrs. Swoxall (2), Glodins, C. W. Platt, J. King, Grinnig, Hickson, Meech, Bell, Wiane, Lewis, Jackson, L&rkin, Monicb, Riley, Thompson Cnndy, Rouch, Morris and Capt. House. Bellinger, s.s., for Strahan. Passengers: — Mesdame* Sims, Grimoi?, Fogarty, Field, Misses Fogarty, (2) Messrs. Dundas Stockficld, Finn, Coombe, O'Rorke, Suchart, Wliitchurch, .Smith, Thornley, Deegan.JAdams, White, Law, Jones, Hardy, Williams, Peterson, Climes, Kennedy, Fogarty (2), Field, Sutherland, Aldridge, Menz, Thomas, Boucher, McEwen, Morris, Brown, Reeper, Carnahan. Duncan, Burns, Coyne and Marney. STRAHAN. ARRIVED. „ Bellinger, s.s., from Hobart, ai rived at Strahan at 3*45 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 24 October 1890

. Special Advertisements. TjAYTON, RALPH & PAUL, Sharebrokebs, Accountants, Auditors Mining Experts. ? :o : ? Claims reported on in any part of the field. Syndicate and Companies floated. Representatives at Broken Bill, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston and Hobart. Temporary Address, COMMERCIAL HOTEE«i ? Zeelian.

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TOWN AND DISTRICT IMPROVEMENTS. [TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 27 October 1890

TOWN AND DISTRICT IM PROVEMENTS. [To tue Editoh. Sin. — Your leader of 20th inst. is an admirable spur to the Government to do their duty, and even Tasmanians must endorse your remarks as to the necessity of pushing ahead with public works in this vicinilv. Unfortuuatelv the Govern ment is not a personality and does not feel affronted at all the slings hurled at them by individuals, the only way to move them seoras to be for ;i larger body of persons than themselves to move against them, and then if the shock be sufficient to en - danger their equilibrium, they will quickly take notice of the disturbing element. To this end then allow me to suggest that a general meeting of the people of Zeehan be convened, inviting the co-operation of Strahan, and a petition framed and signed as numerously as possible, praying that the Government do at once take into con sideration the extension of the road to North Dundas, viz, the one laid off by Mr. Moore, and that the same be at once cleared an...

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