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Cut Off. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

Cut Off. No telegram*, the 'line is inUrrnptcd.1' This is the notice tint greets the man of business who it anxiously awaiting tho receipt of telegraphic mutter to enable him to carry on' his commercial transactions. ' No teloRninis,' meets the pressman, who, in his detiro to keep his clients in touch with the outside world, rolieu almost solelv ou telegraphic communication. 'No tele grams ' is tlie news that is announced to one and all who anxiously enquires st tlie Zeelian office for wires. In the meantime, oar residents, xtStli. a, desire to a avail themselves of diipatbh arc pouring in their cash at double rates for urgent messages in such quantities that nearly every message beeomes urgent, and thus oro equal in point of despatch, excepting?, of crniroe. pnyrity of time. It is thcroforr, worth llio considoration of tlione who use the telegraph for quick transmission to decide whether they are getting 'urgent' value for their money. Interruptions to our telenraph lines can reaso...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

??*'' mAnageus1 repouts. licvonport. — The tunnel has been oxiendod ? further distance of id Kft, inainng the total length of drive from Opening set U2fect. The' ground in the face of the last few isMfts bag ijwomo very toft and trouble some to work, requiring the use of false .note and close Umbering1. The drive from No. 1 shaft has been continued n distance of 24ft through conglomerate country, and now we have the washdirt down to the bottom of . the level, which makes tiie driving rather slow. If tlie bottom does not rise soon I will remove the windlass onto No. 2 shaft, and drive back to meet the face we leave.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. HOBART, February 10. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

SHIPPING. [BV ELEOTRIO TELEGKAPH. [tnOM OUR OWK COERKSPONDENl.l Hodast, Tebraary 10. 1 ' '? BAILED. Bowra ?.«., for Btrahnn, Paiungen :— W T. U. Brown and party, (y. .30 in. ataeraga . Bellinger, yt., for .Btphan.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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DIAL SILVER FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

DIAL SILVER FIELDS. .. From an occasional correspondent we gather that ou Sharp, and Webb's, silver section work is progressing favorably. A crosscut to intersect the lodo is now well under way. Mr. Moore, on behajf of a syndicate, hat become the puichase'r of an interest in the Reward claim. Tlie price naid to StBntnn arid ' HlnrJfP in rannrfori j-* . £i2b. As showing tho faith Messrs. Stauton and .Clark hayc in their claiiu, they iiave agreed for tbe wlio^e of the purchase luoney to he expended iu proving the proper^*. Work is al»o to bn resumed during the present week on the Port Penguin Mine. Taking' mining mutters in general, a more healthy tone is promised for iJic Dial field. We extract the following from the columns of iho Barrier Miner, under date January 28th, and wliich doubtless will be read witli interest .by Zechamtcs in general and the members of the T.M.A. in partjjjular ,— ' V-n ordinary fortnightly inciting of the i*,iriier Colonial District, -'of3^ was held last n...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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BOXING. A WILLING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

BOXING. ?; ?' A WILLING GO. A crowded house gathered nt the Apollo lut Saturday evening to witness Monis and Edwards box eight rounds. Costcllo, Irionler to ensure their going on their merits, had promised them (he whole of tlie house .for a willing go. And he got it. Never had tlie Apollo Hall patrons had debt more ding-done rounds. Science was 1 ' «tv (acknowledged tliinp.- .'They simply stood up, and, round after round, punched each other to a . standstill. In the early * port Morris huiiliis 'right hand. He used liis lelt, however, with effort, Edivurd'e lip liinjz cut Tptn' and 'Weeding' prof use ly / ; '/dining three rounds at leant. Despite all : I ' ?- c/Ibrts Morris was uniilile to knock hie plucky opponent clean out. Once or twice, f : ?'? indeed, Morris himself ftltei-ed as though , ilassed.i'hc spectators were wild w|^ cscite u ''* 'ment, orid there was a rousing cheer-lit the finisli when Mr Virgoe decjured Morris the winner. ' Wr S. Allsn was.tifflekeener. Aa they left...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

Bjuwk&Kw, Mombpra of tlio Aue tralian StppkJJxcliangp, Bbiro Brokers, tlining. odb; financial Agents. Silver ProperMes Tlpa)*! or Fiflanded. Mcr eanjUe pink Cuatnbere, ^it) jColIlns-stref t. W,8.T(MioETr,Z9«i)anandDnnd»s;Ho(ue. and EstjteAgeri; Um trastan bnlUtng blookt Mr «VH»OBd'i atottonsr1! (bop,

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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STRAHAN. January 30th, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

stbAhAn. January SOtli, 18111. A meeting of the Town Board took place thin evening in Messrs. Gaffoey and Horvey's nflicr, all the members being present. The minutes ir the last mooting were read and confirmed. The following tenders were accepted : — Contract 2, grub bins and clearing Hurvflv-streat from Manuka. (Jrsri to .Meredith Wft ivide, Franc») and Anderson, Contract' 3 — gcubbiugjinaplearfPB «indxcir-^trce't 22ft wide from Jones-street to 'Henry-street, FniBcenarjil Aoderson. Controci ijgruli blng anil cleuring Uny-Hrrct oontiauinK along Jones-Btreetr to Ilarvey-street 22ft t wWe Waurice' Caleghan. 'Contract — 5 * fridge over llanukA creeek; HrtVeJ and i .? A piiiijired rowing-'m6tflijfojic(|lace this eveijioL' for. #10 a^side, the contestants btin?C.X5rtn'ningi!iid:fe.Db1iSay v l'urdy ?ndiTiSoal, tbo-iriHiince being^iuow ii milct^^jsaobj/bott. iavipg-ii coclisirairT. ^ Betting 2 lo 1 on GrinniDc's. boat.i Both boa'te got awaV togotlitr, prilling about 35 strokes per lmuiHe.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

& i? I *m?§ # f ? GEOBOE D. GIBSON, (Late of Broken Hill, N.S.W.) Mining Ucporter. Mr. GIBSON bogs to state tliat lie lias taken ud liis residence at Zeehan, and is ' now prepared to iurnisli KELIA.BLE REPORTS on MINING PROPERTIES in the above districts. FeeB moderate. Halt payable in advance. J^ESSES. BLACK & MY RING, SJHAREBROKERS, ZEEHA.N. THE BBITISH BANK OF AUS TRALIA LIMITED. (LATE THE VICTORIAN FREEHOLD BANK LIMITED.) Authorised Capital'. ... £1,000,000 Subscribed ditto ? 519,240 Paid-up ditto ? 163,818 Bcseive Fund and undivided profits ? '2,742 LBiinceston Branch. 24 PATTERSON-STKEET. Tosmnnian Directors : Capt;S.Tullocli Hon. Adye Douglas Interest allowed on fixed deposits. , . . . . Per Annum. :' i2,inontlis '.„ ' ' ... i-. «J. -percent. 6 months ? fifc per cent Rates for longer terms on application. Interest is payable half-yearly on fixed deposits for 12 months or over. BkVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. ; Deposits of 5s and npwavdB will be re ceived, and interest...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

Conveyances ? LYNCH'S COACH TO AND FROM DUNDAB. Leaves Hi« Livery and Dtiit Stables, Silver Queen, Dtily, calling at Hotels en route. A TIME TABLE. ' L»TC8»very Slonaaymomicgat8.80n.nl Returns, D.30 a.m. LeaTD», J0.30 a.m. ; Returns, 12 noon. ,, Leaves, 8.30 p.m. ; lleturns, 5.30 p.m. 0 '?? TDEBDAV. \\ Lmt«, S.SO a.m.; Returns, lo a.m. \ - Leaves, 3.30 pan, ; Returns, c p.m. ' Wednesday, do., do. Thursday, do., do. Friday, do., do. 8ATWIDAT. Leaves, 8.30 a.m. ; Uetnrnt, 10 a.m. Leaven, 8 p.m. ; lleturns, i p.m. Leaves, 6 p.m. ; Beturnn, 0 p.m. FARES— THREE SHILLINGS. E. LYNCH, . ? . ? Proprietor. ^ T-AILY COACH BETWEEN BEMIKE ?*?' .ANDZBEHAN. Coach Leaves Rcmine every TUESDAY, THUltSDAY, AM) SATURDAY, '??'-' Lr.AVKe «2rEHiK Kv'tnY r MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AXD FUIDAY, At 10 o'clock. BROOKS AND FAULKINKR, Prorrictors. ZEEHAN LIVERY S1A13LES. p KENNEDY Begs to notify to the Public Iliet lie lias opened a Livery and Bait Stables end hopes by Elrict atteDtioa to bnBinces to merits fair sbaro...

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A Surveyor Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

A Surveyor Killed. Onr Strahan Correspondent telegraphs »« a report has jnst reached the former plaofc that a surveyor at the King Diver, by the Jailing of a limb from a tree, has been killed. ? i

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1891. SLEEPY HOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

THTS .! i i -? : ??? ? P«r the csnw tbit Ucfc. ualiunu Far ttic WTODg Oat needl nsiitenet .': ' nrVxtuaniittKdlMtum Aad U» food ft»t w. «u do.' WEDNESPAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1891. i SLEEPY HOLLOW. THE question of access to theZechau Dnndas Silver Holds is one that is of . primacy importance to all who have Hie welfare of our district, or in mat ter of fact, the welfare of Tasmania, at ., ieart, for the progress of Tasmania is « ?nndividedly joined with the fcdvance , lnept.of this di=trjcts therefore, what ever is of oi^bessity' to our success Is co-relatively; a necessity to all Tasina ,,.; . ni». ^The, truth and justice. ef this plain , uucpntrovertible statement srio'iiirl fcarilly Squire' {he advocacy of ? ? ? -special pleading to bring'it Hnthin the ..-lealmsiof practical legislation, yet we :-., . find that ,0UTi repeated pleas to the Government of the day, although nr^ed with reiterated earnestness*, bring us -no nearer to' tbe goal of j-ur ? ''%opes and just claims, for as we stan...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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HOBART. HOBART, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

HOBART. IBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.! [moM onn own conaEgrosi-E.-T.l HoD»nT, Februarv 9. The Bfelbourno Clothing Establishment in Murray Street wna broken into. It is supposed tbat the burglars effected their purpose some time belwetui$aturdny night closing and Monday morning. The un welcome visitors made a thorough overhaul of tlie place, evidently, searching for,' cash w or portable valuables; at present nothing of any great value is reported as missing.

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 9. A WATERY GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

Intercolonial Cables. I [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] I [fKOU OOn OlfK COPRKSrOKDEKT.J VICTORIA. MnLBonnNE, .February 0. A T4TKRY otaVE. ' About iKinn, ami during a strong northerly ^,ile llut pivvailed in the liny, to-day a boat containing two fisliernien, named respectivuly 1'wysonand Hnhjbnry raiisized. Tivysmi sifter ft great struggle succcoded in sueuriiig a life buoy throwu. from the hulk Success, and wiis eventu ally rescued in ;ui exhausted condition. Halsbury unfortmintcly was drowned. DaPrr KEff YEAB. Twelve Chinese were this morning, at the City Court, fined fen shillings .each, for letting off fireworks in the city. The Mongols were celebrating their New Year. AUSTRALIAN liumB. ? The Agricultural Department lias been notified to the -effect tlml/tKcaHjitncntot butter forwiirded by the P. aud O. steamer, 4o London, - lias arrived in splendid coruiition. ' IN TKOOBLE. .; Charles Clark nnd John fieldhouse were Sentenced to seven ^jSiiH anfl'five years respectively, for shop-breakin...

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(BY WIRE.) EDITOR ZEEHAN-DUNDAS HERALD. REMINE, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

(BvWlBE.) EDITOR ZEEHAM-mj.VD.lS HEKilK. Rehine. February 10. 8m,— I nave been informed that t sent you from here an account of a championship foot.' xsoe, 1* that tor Let me know at onr», foY Gaui and Mnl bare jnst finished a quiet eon venation, and Mul is trimming;off a sapling about aa thick ;M your wrist, while a steely glitter shines out of hit eyes. I tn«1e a bolcj bid to cet the crev hone awav without partite my bill, bat (lam was abit too auUen. If there is anything in your last issue about, a footrace, I'm a goner. ' Trial Harbour wilt* be ray last resting ? place. ? 1 have 5-jnst re-' ceived your wire, re 'The Mrate,' »nd atteri settling with Gam will return to Zesban. }B tbe meantime, let' The Pirate' sail In; he's TiUtight: ? ???':»???'?. .'?:-:?:?'?? (Just ring the following in to square mB with' the XriaUt*.) ; ?' ? ? » ?? m ?? ' I cannot describe the loveliness of Trial Harbonr, tne home of brave men - and fair women, where the sole desire of each ia to extend * welco...

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CORRESPONDENCE EDITOR Z. AND D. HERALD. Strahan, Feb. 9th 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

COBBESrQNDEHCl! KDWOH Z. AKD JJ. HEUAI.D. Stnhan. Feb. 9th 180.1. Sin.— After making enqniriea here, I find that you have very poor accommodation at your place for the disposal of any person, or persona, I may in the cnuree of my duties put to sleep. 1'bis i- rather annoying totu me, as t prefer to see them stowed awsy nice and comfortably below the ground when I am through with them. I hear good reports of the skill of a Turkish gentleman that resides somewhere between here and Bundaa, bis name is (I believe) Donoran siossa, please hunt him up, for he bean tbo character of being a most careful and exemplary grave digger, he bus alio a baloon idea that might be rendered practicable for the disposal of the dead. I shall he here for a couple of days, so drop me aline. Obediently your fighting editor, . Protestor Karslon, F,G.S..C.B.D. All right Professor, our staff Is hard at work braiding a private cemetrj for jou at the back of the office, and we are making en quiries for Donovan It...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, February 9. PARNELL CONFIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

Sflh^ilPv1* i#^SGJB&yjfflii6ABLB]. I (sroh ovjr ow» cokRE«rost-itin.) I .... ..,„._. — LoKBoN,.Fobrua»f.fl. I : . PABNELL, CONFJPBNT. I Mr. Parnellclfliroaih«tiieJaTiUJi*»T)lc I to liominato o^njor%of cnnJidates in I Ireland at tlio next general elections. I a msmmto parit. ' I Serious dissension exts\a in tiin rinks of tbe Glndetono pnrty iti canacction, with the Parnoll cmbrpvlio. Ovtir fifty' - of tbo party, including Sir W. Verhoa Bnrcourt, arc holding aloof, believing that ttie retirement ot Mfc-Paruell is only a subterfuge. ' ? EHGtlSfi 08ICKETBBS. t Lord Bfcfefflela it actively, tihgt»gm| ii# nuking ntfaigem^tts for taking a torn of English cricketers to Australia in tbo autumn. The proposal is meeting with groat fnvpr in the cricket ' irArlrJ. A. strong team will be available for the trip. ' LB.BO0RTRODBLSS. ? ? Trouble m shipping circles has again (ippenrmJ' in connection with Union r. Free lahoar, the firemen ot Hidl refns- y ing to work with : n'on-unimi labouri ;...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

?^mQBTJOi€k? Megaphone h»iTbeen entered for several of -t-e,gpBeral evest^M iJiejiijtnmriMBpyng of 'UieyTb. It KrMotiTSle'tB'ce»sMrth»t his injuries are not of a, .seriouaB»tHrB. ' (*? A total o(«lj ontrles for ge'poral events at the V.B.O, meeting wj|re received as ogajmt SJ7]fortl-oaame«v«nU.last-»»'/ -«« '_-*Mty rn-«#«rs, :X*m,'Pw-rt,\ ?»* Sawyer have been elemented from the Anitr railau CTop list, wfmst Loyaltat Thought, Kihff ^mp7ainyf%e«naMer^B!WMrtl- tbeuaidi. In the Newmarket Handicap, for Havilab, »riai'7st 41^eriiiido/rithi!lb,inil^oW# ffngo, 8st 8lfc, rpadjas b^ng.rsmarkahly yreli

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

CorresDOfidence. From oar readers we invite correspondence on matters of general interost which we (rill, whenever practicable, iiuert ia this column. It will be necessary for onr cotth. pondenti to write on one Bide of the paper only, la statin; this, we wish. It to be dis tinctly understood that we do not stipulate (or aupcrGna cream-laid scented note-paper to be used : down to brown paper will do us, provided tbe ink it is elafned with conveys items ot interest to oar readers. With the opinions expressed ia this column we do not identify ouraelvei. The writer's name in all instances romt accompany contribution*, Dot neoeasarily for publication.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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CALLS DUE AND PAYABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

CALLS *UB' AND aYABLal ? Tho Dai%'. Tflegraph, of WeancMbW JTebruary 4,, reports :— Calhj in UJB f°)J?w' ing'jconipanni are4uovBndapiiynbJi ajtSlie respective offibcsTOi W--Sne^ay^9ift^Uth- .-?ftobart.— Tolegrapli, Id; Unity, 3d; South Ooldcn Gate, 3d ; Mlthinna, Id ; Monto Oriato, Id; Block No. 1 JJrilannn, Id ; Nubecna, Id ; Silver Treasure, 'l& ; West Adelaide, OJd ; Koyal -Uundas, id -; Corastock, Od ; South Couistook, le ; 6tonelicngo; Is ; Fyke, Id : Sylvester, Id; Ontiirio, Id ; Mjnomi, Id ; Lord Dnndns, \i ; Nortli Silver Queen, Id; Grubb's, lid ; Silver Empire, Id ; SlBCStri No. 2, Id ; Uassett, Id ; Eureka, 3d j Argyle, Id ; Starlight, 3d ; Kuibolite, Id. ' Launccston. — Chunii, 2d ; Mount. Vic torio, Id ; West l'inafore, B'd ; Phrbnii, 3d; Moonlight, id ; Little Wonder, Id. Neif Castray, Id ; North Stream, OAd ; North Gmbbs, Id ; Silver Hills, Is; Coptic, Id ; Silver Stream, Id; Silver Duke, Id; Kin gnronma Valley, 3d ; Orraiw, Id ; Wheal Herbert, (id ; Duchess, I...

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FROM THE PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 11 February 1891

FROM THE PIEATE. The man ot troubles, whose change (fid) he 'says iris toyottea the flood day, 'when a numerous several o'f sixty, odd (idloU, some of 'em,: essayed to rash a~1x»l e^pible of carry ing eight bnt were mildly checked by one man in earnest about his trust-had in his ill. packed bundle oter the stipulated forty pounds weight, and knew it, and declined to leave it tried on a Salter. Ask the ladieu who crossed the river tbat day vita » current running sic knots, whether' they wen not oonrteoasly treated, and whether the ' l'irate' was not strictly accurate ia the charge levied on them, as on others, for «ervioas' rendered. If he thought he was being jewed, why sot say to on tbe spot, instead of writing, a month or more after, to a newspaper * It ia a fact that on the day in question aix miacreants boasted n having evaded payment of the sixpence by lyingly assarting (O»«r the beer it purchased in Trial) 'they had paid the mistis.'- How'a that! About that horse. We don't rem...

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