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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 February 1891
.-, i .! .; Conveyances' ? . 1 T.THdH'S COACH TO AND l?nOM JJ :?? ?' DUNBAS.' ???? '??' ???' Leaves Hie Livery and Bait Stnblep, Silrcr QueeD. Psily, calling 0]t Hotels en route. . .„: '.(.:... ,,WM»,TABLE. Loaves.'e^jry. fllondny morning at 8.30a.m ? , . . Returns, 9.30 «.ra. Iiean's, .10.80 On. ; Returns, 12 noon. LcaVes/3.30 p.m. ; Retains, 5,30 p,m. TUESDAY, Leares, 9.80 ajn.; fieturns, 10 a.m. Jjcayps, 3.30. p.m. ; Returns, 5 p.m. Wednesday, do., do. Thursday, do., do. ' ', ; ' Friday, do., do. MTO»D*y. Leaves, 8.80 cm ; Returns, 10 a.m. Iibnves, 8 p.m. ; Itoturns, 4 pto. Leaves, 6 p.m. ; Bctarnt, O p.m. FAUES-THREE SHILLINGS. E. LYNCH. ' '...'.' . '.. Proprietor. ? t\AILY'CO&t!H BETWEEN REMXNE 1/ and zeehan: ? ? .- ' [ poatli Leaves Bcmino every TUESDAY,, . THURSDAY, ; AND SATURDAY, . '.' At 10 o'clock. Leaves Zkuhan r.vuny MONDAT, - WEDNESDAY, '' ! AXD FMDAY, ';?' At 10 o'clock. BtiOpKS AND FAULEINEE, ? ' . Proprietors. . ZEEHAN L1VJ5HY STABLES. p KENNEDY Begs to noti...
THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1891. DANGER LOOMING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 February 1891
' For th« ana th»l lack.' aaslnuua »ot to. MnS Is M» dblua '' FEIDAT, 5TEBBUARY 13. '1891. ....... , DANGBja, LOO^INfi. Sous, flf our .contemponiries .have .,.,., lately exhibited an unusual, amoimt 1 ' ' of interest in connection with toittersJ appertaining to Ruining, and at various' 'times5 have -aiWn to 'their readers : ' -bpinions -couched' in terms, that, in ;?'' j their dogmatism, -appararltiy Admits of ''''no^ssibili^bFtdufafioii.''0. ' One of thelateat phases oftUis unUsual' , , energy ris £scroj)lifiod by late issues of the principal metropolitan papery both in Victoria and Tasmania, freat ing of,thematter;of tasiag the work: j ; of miners ; indeed for once the organs are oaajp their desire to prepare the jjrty^for. increasing their revenue vfttj if feash, monopoly, and ccntralizatian tlie*ost# an industry that threatens toldfcmovjB, capital '.Iroln their tfia. fficdiatcTjifaidlirjg. In Tasratjiia, at least, the miner ought to be able to claim considera tion to a marked de...
Zeehan-Dundas District. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 13 February 1891
Zeehan- Dnndas DlS' trict. Deputy Surrcyor-Gcneral Connaol, wlio recently -visited the Wort Coast, reported hr follows to the Minister of Lands and Works (Hon. A. T. Pillingor) :— ' At Kcmino tlin want of n. ferry ncross tiio Little Hodty was brought under my nolico, and I promised to represent the matter to you on mv return. I understand. howerer, that a punt has been despatched to meet a lonfi-folt «'nnt at this crossing place. The present primitive nrmnge racnts are at times very inconvenient for travellers. Mr G. Webster, of Ecmine. would be willing to take the ferry, . The road from Reminc to Zecban was much better tlwn I anticipated from pre viona reports. At Zeobac I was siirpriRed to notice such vast changes during the last year, and a population o£ not kss thai! tlireo thousand (I would say) all tolJ, with buildings erected along the road for about two iniles under residence licenses. Here again, unless active measures nre taken to improve tie sunitury condition oT the plac...
Deputy Harbormaster for Remine. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
Deputy Hrtrbortnaster ' for RemiJne. . » We nra pleaded -o he enablod to congra tulate the Marine Board of ,Hobar,t on their oppointinent of it' Deputy Harbor-. master at Bemine, particularly as we feel satisfied tba t ' in «leotin£ Ooptain W. K. H'Arihiir to the position they hare made a wise choice, and ono that will meet the approval of all 'who have come into con tact with tbo Gnptnin, whose well-known nnulicul knowledge and invariable cour tesy fit liim admirably for tho post. The appointment of this officer is a step in the right direction on tbe part of the marine authorities lowaHn recognising the require ments and importance of the port of Rcminc. . . ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
Bailey & Kiiiui Members of tlie Aus Indian Stock Exchange, Share Brokers, - Mining and Financial „ Agents. Silver Properties floated i or ^iBSee.1. Mer cantile Bank Chambers, 341) Collins-street. Melbourne. ? : ???'?! ', 'ITfi^iBorrr, ^otanTana DnndM,' Bouse ann!KstaU Agent, has frontage bnildlng Mocks for sale atZeeban at reasonable prices. Hotels bought and sold. . Inquiries can bo made at MrEversbod'srtaUooer'ssbop, , ?
SHIPPING HOBART OUR WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
*^p©ua^A-?;^ ' H6BAKT-cbp wikkste. , The fplle|riqg.1*».j3p,%t,ot fififmt O»p 1890 MajCQQftilv%4£9k^baMtfpK^f^ At Btokea HUlp&m;'%uige (bonbwfc Jemmy), after ten rounds of severe fij fating, knocked J.Hnrfhy (brother of theex^bam pi°BBl(t) i;- T-'f-y ?'' ' * '? ' , ' ' ^ THE BIO OUIH. Once, mere Austtalla bai coma oat on top. Jot GUlata, -Sw AutraUao, aettU&g tb» m ttnilont W Jpe Otoyoikf, tho ABurioanw proieiilatlTt, la tbegr«t International boxing contest at Hydoej. T.T.O. UEBTING. [BY TELBOTBlb TELt!OB4Pfl.« I fltltOU ,0J|l OWJI OOBEESrOMCKHl.] I Lad1-ce6to», February 13. ' T4eat*«-diiic»wi the' teeond day wu ex 9eUtut, aad tat wtathttfiiu, the folUnrisgan ♦htiTtfllts:— -. W.Jordoa'aHMm,, '' ''. '' \ R O'Connor's Silver Stream ? 1 : T, T. 0. HUtOiCAT, ? F. Kruska's McOrojor ' ?' '.;. ' ...; ... 1 ILXte^BtTftDts .._.:/ , a_ j '8UK1IBB STIXFiioRaSE.' J. FoweU'a Oulda ... , , ... ,, ... ..... 1 ' There beUig no otbaatarten, Oulda bad a walkover., ., ?, ? . ,„ ... ' a...
HOBART HOBART, February 13. OUR CLUB JACKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
HOBART. BY ELUGTKle TELEQEiPH. [FBOM ODK OWK CoHBBSro.VDENT.] Hobaet, Febraary 13. O0B BLUB JA0KBT1 Tlit wnrnhip' in our port, eight in num held high holiday to-dty in the form of a naral rcgatUi, the programme consisting of fifteen, rowing races, all of which produce! considerable excitement, tlie finishes, in many instances, being remarkably close. To-morrow the Suling Bacea wifl come off. A SAP END. The Vutriiiu warahip Saidi, which haa been laying in Fort Eaperanee for tome days, was preparing this morning to start for Hobnrt, when ODO of tho aulora got untangled in the machinery, and wat killed. Tlie vessel rcmoint at Port Espe rance.jtinty.aftcr.t^e funeral . , . , v .,
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
[?] . Joe Acton, *he celebrated American wrestjer cbntemplatesa visit to Australia. 'Acton u oonstdered to be one of the greatest wrestlers the world has ever seen, and in the Oetohss catoh-oan style, he hu never met his mas^r, Donald DInnle and Eugene Kncebgne, hu agreed to wrestle eight falls, Cumberland 'and Lancashire atylefour of eaoh. In theeventof draw, DInnle U to have the choice of the concluding bout. .
BOXING MORRIS v. EDWARDS. A PI[?] CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
.??./ihWsfc.i,-. '?' ' ilOttBfa V. ED#AflDl.:; ?:-y., T A'fttllOE'oOllTEBTi' ,'.':'' We gather from our Exohange. tint the following contort U looVrf upon m out of Un tnitat boxing matohei in held in Melbourne, and tWefore append It lot our jportlng rekdm' delectation. W. »te tadebtod to the 'Holme' tor the account which follows :- 'There ni mote -h»nan averageattendinoe at the abova popuUr reeort on date, -me mouLaent Th.t Mottle, the wdUcaown K.^aTtomeet Harry Edward., who lately debated Booth at Albury in untight-round «3S« «*2 * good Seal of excitement among tho patroni of boxing, who expected to ue aomethhg ont of the common, and the; 'reTot dlSppoint^ Since the match m. arranged Edwirde ha. been doing constant worktnder the hand, of Charley T.ylor, Mor ri. doing 4Ui Work wi»h,Jack King, .o tli. bothmenwereinfairlygoodfonn. Theu.u. rreKmiiiary proteeutap, which were of a mott K?l'factory S.aracter,taTingbeen got through, the principals were ordered to prepare for : THK CONTEST....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
*** ? ?^r—-- 'Huiiness 'Notices' ' ''''' IMPORTER ( 0F; MEjRCHi^ikfe, MININ(J EXPLOSIVES AND jpSfJ^^E^fttTIglTES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 'The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICE ^LISTS . FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices arid Quality will compare ' favourably 'with any house in the colony FERGUSON & CO; MEKCIIANTS ; AND IMPORTERS, .7O.CQLL1NJ3, AND 10 MURRAY STREETS, HOBAUT. SOLE AGENTS FOR, ' Usher's Special Beseive, audO.V. G. Whislry. . ' ' . Boyal Blebd 'WliiBfe'Caijetind Jcreboams. Glen Dim (OwiSpeddlBlend), Caso and Balk. (,,.i-.-« E, &'& Ejitkc's ftish WliisViy, Case & Bulk. do. 'Dublm Stout; McEwan's Edinburgh 'Globe Ale, do. Bans & Cb'sKo. 4 Ale in -Hhils, $ Hbds, Kilderkins, and Firkins. . . 'AH other Brands for Sale, and keptin ? Colonial Produce, CheesB, Aitlccn's FalkirWL'ife tielt Ale. BifiquitDuboucho & (Jo's Brandy, Cose and Bulk. ' ' ' Jules .Robin's Brand;, Q/asdand l)ulU. Oifley Forrester's Genmno Port Wince. .Fo...
Stock & Share Market [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
Stock & Share MarJcet. Adams and Lanfb report the folloirlng sales for tlie week w follow.:— ' ? ? Junctions, la 3ld ,to. la ,6d j Melbourne FtuprfeUry.es, us3ai'Adtkldea,!£a 3d .to Ct ; DalstrnpV, Ss fid to »? ; Sylretten, Is6a to 3s «d; SaenmentM, £8 7a bd, £3 10s | GpaetsvJ««, Ida;' Oeeana'f, -a Sd Co is Sd: Uojral Uondas, Ia8d, l.lOd j Hatiettt, 2t«d ; Banner Croat, 3a Sd. . . . ; . 1 '' Hobari'February H. . Tie following aaiet and.-auotatloiu were made m. the Hobirt'8t«ik' Etttliang. thU BaJstnipi,tiY»6a,'aeii3o '' ,' ~r Cnmet, b 13#, a 19a 71d Endeavour, b £7, a £i '? ' ? ? Godkin ipald upL b Hit a lfit 3d Newsteia,1) le, t 2s Keniwn Bell, b £18 1% a CU Robinson, a 41a jDnotMm,.Jjl.2d,*«J;2idrJ .,-, ,;,-,-, Ad.laid.'(oo?fib'i.tffii),'br4s lod, Vfii, stlea Oomet E«etnd«saiV«ei, tii'lS, aalet £« fit Ba/a|£XteBAap '(oontrlbjithlg), t) rli 8d, Sylvester (pild^pV^ 2s lid, a 3s, sales Ss*l;«Stloid'.- ' ?' ? ? ? ??? Sylmter (contributing), b 2a Did, s 8s lid, aalei8i»d,sr»pr ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
Licening Notices. «*t '.. iSTBAHAN, - ? ! . i ( ': ' -U ?'' ; ' 'February 13th, 1891.' T FftAJJK , pA.RVHY«f Lyncjiford, Licensed Victualler, hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the%ext Quarterly Meeting of the Licensing ?Bench/' to be holden at Strali^n, for the District of Macquarie, for a,' Justice's Certificate 'approving of my receiving: -a Public House Licence in respect, of the bouse situate at Zoehaii, and intended to be known by the sign of the Central Hotel, which'! intend to' *keep'': as a public house.-- I hereby give, notice that I did, on the 4th day .of Febru ary instant, deposit the plans of the said house with the Clerk of the Peace'for die District of Macqiiarie. FRANK HARVEY. I,: i?lM&rH^*:CRSifcD; «of M6TOT Zeehak, in Tasmania,. (3^n^kman, hereby giy.c notifce^tlmt I did on the twenty^ijeth. day,, .of J^iuaiy, 1891, deppfjii ijfltJiitb'ejDjspu^XJlerkof the Peace at Strahau, complete plans of a house situate at Mount Zeehan, aforesaid, i...
THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1891. CHAMPION FUNNY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
M-F«r Uui oatua tb»t lack* ualttaUM , TorUn wnlnf Uwi n»«U ralsuut ' For Uu Imnn la Ma (luuoo. A-d the goad tfcafcan w Ho.' ji*ONbiY.''rEB^pi&.Bi'itf. 1891. : cw^im'msM eoad. Ik 'the matter of Government road making,, Tasmania 'stands out; head and shoulders , aboy.e ail its colonial rivals ; not as.tteprpdwers of roads --f super-excellent /jua^ty, but as the authors and .owners of the pbampion funny road of the colonies. However desirable it may be for' our colony to excel iai«ome particular line, the ^jij^nlftreKiell^pejjn tliis occaskn, presses someiviiat.,Jheavi]y on to ZeehaniteSj and ^ve fee^tbat in own-' ing the chatopioA foray road, we are ^Eiot'tcpaid'Bun^ciicntJy^'well' enpn^t *to satire tua£ na«'beenlh'eap'eaupbn,i-)ur: innocent heads -by visitors to our district.' ?.??:? ^?.^« . ? ?)?.?..?! It would not perhaps be totally un interesting to briefly trace the history' and life of die tbad Jh question' wlucii is: eomewhatMiis: follows^— Some months ago the Governmen...
MINING [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
MIKING. The following Companies have applied to be registered as Companies-: — Tho Rich P.A., l?o Liability, Mount Dundas. Manager, Mr T. A. Uobinson ; registered office at Mount Zeehan - No. of shares is 550 of i'l each, on which nothing has been paid ; No. of shares subscribed &ris560. ' ? ??' The Koonya Prospecting Association, No Liability, Mount Duiidns Manager, Mr X A. Kobinnou ; ngiatered oltico jit Mount ZeehaB; No. of sliarrs is 1,'jno of 10s each, paid up to &s each ; No. of sliaies subscribed for ia 1,^09. Tlie Blue Jackvt Protpceting Association, No Liability, Mount Dundas. Manuper, Mr T. A KobinBon ; registered' qffioe at Mount Zrehan ; No. of shares is 200, of £5 each, of wbichlOOiamfully paid-up, and 100 on which nothing 1ms bnen paid ; No. of shares subsoribod for is .200. . The Govenor ' Hamilton Prospecting Association, J^o . Liability; heaj- Mount Dundas, Tasmania. Manager Mr. A, M. Reidj BeKistercd Offloe at Main-street, Zechan : Ko, of eliarcB ?,...
TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
TO THE EDITOB, Sin, — I sm continually receiving enqui ries from Tasmanian shareholders abnnt their scrip in mines floated in Melbourne by me, and I shall feel obliged if you will kindly intimate to them to make written application to Uic secretary of their re spective companies for their scrip to be forwarded to them. Tl(is written applica tion is absolutely necessary, as tbe secre tary of any company in Victoria miiBt hare written authority to forward the scrip be fore doing so. Scrip is waiting in tbo Melbourne office for this authority. Yours faithfully, ALOYSIUS KELLY. Prell's Buildings, corner af Collins and Queen streets, Melbourne, Feb. 4. ' Albert.' — We don't find space herein for- anything that reflects on the ladies. Any one might get a fright and tumble down ungracefully. Why, we've seen lots of girls who would reel off five hundred hysterical shrieks a minute at the sight of a beetle, yet we never knew one that was nfraid of marrying a 6ix-loot-two-inch man. You leave ...
The Zeehan Dundas Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
The Zee/Mii- Dundas Tramway FBt odb own Spkcial.1 Being deputed to ju»Jte enquiries iuto tbe progress made tanrards the surveying of the above line, I left Zeelian at about 4 in tbe afternoon, and after A yralk extend ing to a little over an hour, reached the camp wlicro Mr Gardiner, tho officer in chief of the survey party, is located, it being distant about 41 miles from the Zechan Post Office. The completeness of the survey camp is remarkable in its coin forts, which arc only excelled by the hos pitality extended to our bumble self. To Mr Gardiuer, for his kind reception, nnd willincpcss to afford the Zcthan and Dun das Hirald infonnntion we nre grateful, and take this opportunity of recording it. Regarding the actual survey work, rather more than three-fourllis it finished Tlie line ptarts provisionally abont sii chains cost'of the Silver King road. Hie linal terminus nt the Zeclun end will be decided upon when the Govenrmont station is fixed. ? Tlie 'first mile of the juney pas...
Intercolonial Cables VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 12. NOVEL LIVENING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
Intercolonial Cables! rj37 SaBUAUrNB CADLE.)^,, [ppo-i,ooBows,qoi-B'ia?9^D^yf!31 viotoSiu. ???!yMJtLBdnnNBV1.K^%jij'^.'M KOVBt UVTHIUfa OP. Two lamilips residiqg-jq^ North Mel bourne, Wmed.iespeetiiyy ''BathJand Hillnisti, were proatrotwl fitter eating. -o| .;, tongue. JPffflQifwrikif. wjio- ji»» tjflled in to attend the Bath' family, come) to the conclusion they wore suffering from_ arsenical : poisoning. ' Mrs ? Hillmsri' obtained tho oxtongue 'from the. shop of a local butfher named Grainger, aud IkS^ervTjitus^^avc pon^m fffiitt to Aub & oiWngjb from tliVAaffipibip have BbPam|tedK TheJjSpaieiiitcHi [aUngiBUiUtnent^hMrcurrent, that a certain person had threatened to put arsenic in vegetables to 'liven certain people up.' '? 'METING -j5FjrJSnOE. John Smith, nnd William Dwyer were committed for trial on a charge of steal ing £«f- from the person 'of ??*?-!-* Richardson, of South Melbourne. Tlia offence' was committed in the back alums of the City. Ijsbrurty 18. CHEBRPOL BE&a...
A BICYCLE CLUB FOR ZEEHAN TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
A BICYCLE CLDB FOR ZEEDAN. TO THE EDITOR. Sin.— As an old cyclist, nnd always having tnken a great interest in the sport, I would suggest a meeting of those inte rest in tile \ onnotion of a plub. Being in directly connected with the medical pro fession I consider the adoption of my BUg gestion highly desirable. Doubtless, our medical men will agree with me. This place is too healthy for them, jn spite of its many disadvantages. Yourn. etc., WHEEL. [The above Ictterhas bccnliandcd in to us for publication, nnd we insert it with plcnfturc, for we know no greuter source of ?appinessin this life than to seethe merry bicyclist gliding over the road with the conscious air of a conqueror, and the joy the school children feel at seeing the daring rider como chock against n loe, and turn a somerjault on to his noble Romnn nose is a pleasure we would not deprive them of, besides the treat the girls will have in admiring the cyclist's agility is not to be forgotten ; and last, but not leaBt, ...
A Well-deserved compliment. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 16 February 1891
A Well'deserved Com pliment. The deporlure from Zeehan for a well earned holiday of Mr. Hogarth, die highly popular manager of tlie'Iocal branch of tlie National Bank of Tasmania, was' availed of by a number of the leading residents of our town to present him with .an addreeSj accompanied by a parse of sovereigns. The proceedings, which were of a highly intorostiBg and complimentary nature, cave but a faint idea of the high estimation in whiphMr, Hogarthishold byallclaM&s of ?our|.toiylnsfo]kB. .,...,- r Mr. Elboii being voted to the chajr, stateA the objeoieof tbe meeting, and reading tlie following address, presented to Mr. Hogarth llio subscribed purse of sovereigns. In reply Mr. Hogarth said : MrCliairtnanand ftentleroen, . ??-. ? jgln recoivjog this flattering testimonial from the many friends that I see , aiound me to-night, I muft' confess that the feelings of grateful emotion your kindness has raised renders me unable to thank you In language such an I eliould wioli....