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Yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

yackandandah Shire Council* j ' ' '' '' '' 'Mimi jyerfe j . rpaa^aTiQ s*n,.T. ' f I q From Government Statist enqijim in^ whether tliferfe was any ibpeiiiiig ia the Shire for skilled ISbbrers.1] liepliedfeiii $ie nie^il%.!^. ;;;. ;V j £ ; o-vLtf1^ m i (M^irdJ8#-lio*i' ^jBoupL Pastoral Society requestixig donatioxi. , dr Smith said thi6: 'was a show that most of the ratepayers in the Barnai wartha riding toot pari .in,', and if the Council could support the society , he would like to see a donation made. \ ! The secretary, reiiafked that there . was a danger or its' 'biaing allowed by the auditors, then of course they would have to, trust to the , Minister ; of Public Wofckfc as to wliether it would have to be reihiiidedornot: - Cr Burrows urged that the Beech worth Shrrefmade a donation. Cr Martin thought Beechworth did ?not affect this matter. It was to 'their interests to support the Chiltern Society, but ; he questioned whether this Shire would be much benefited thereby. Cr Robin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

i-m, ifjoilH 'iHuSh' ; ri sMmri vfafrxi 4 anceandDance, E*or Permaneiit'y ' 'Impro^iig ? : R«ibi«atibn ' Grounds. ? BoxPian. Chairs, ^ Sf iVont : Seats, 2s,* Back, Is. - ' Si: CLUNE, Sec. W.i s I - : ir : rr'^ - ' Shire of Yackandandah.: Annual Election of Councillor. BABNAWARTHA RIDING. THE following is ^the result of the poilingfor one Councillor for the above. Riding, on the 14th An- j gust1 1890. j Booth., ,, Connorj- S. : Smith, L.H Barnawartha 40 89 , _ Majority for Mr John Hunt Smith, 49 Votes.' , ' ! , . I, therefore declare the said li. H Smith duly elected a, pouncillor for the Barnawartha Riding of the Shire of Yackandandah. . JOHN MOLYNEUX, : Deputy. Returning Officer. Shire Offlce,16-8r 90 Shire of Yackandandah. . Annual Election of Councillor. KIEWA RIDING. THE following is the result of the Polling for one Councillor for the above Riding, on the 14th August, 1890.' ' -: ^ . Booth. Crosthwaite, J. Robinson, D. Kiewa 30. 77 -Sandy Greek 47 38 Dederang - 43 v - 67 Ta^ran...

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Agricultural Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

t *:U! 1»K. ' j I SfS' Kwfed frame, to bo plw|; qut .by, .agth. -^pte^jt^^Tylieil^Le plants Jt°p has to. be pinchedL off : .'aiid all the time 01 growth the caterpillars, niust he - wra^ched , for. , . 'j*s ,'xeaiiy for dying .when it begins to, j?et yel low.hlo'tc%.? on.it. : ; ; i ? - Grafting; Best ; {graftings wax is : made with a quarter pound, of resin, two: ounces .. beeswax, ? and an -ounce itallow. Melt ; in a :.pot oyer a,' slow fire, and stir well- together.- For ban dages, make strips of calico, mn through the. hot wax, and wind .upon a round piece of wood. ^. The tools re qnired aa-e one broad; chisel, a two pound: wooden mallet, .a box.- wood or hardened wedge^ a thin-bladed saw, a sharp , budding; knife ; -a strbng sharp pruning-knif e, . and a supply of graft ing- waxand bandages, with- a ball of ?twiner There are numerous species of plants of which chttings' will 'strike robt in' water, some eveh; more .fr66ly than in soil, ieLmohg these are olean ders, oranges, and...

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The New Wool Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

The Jfew Wool Rate$. - j TheV'Suilway Commissionea-s are ! about ib ^(s^ael a .nfew.t&rifE for the ^oamagie ioi wool; \ ;ojl.; sthg ,, rai^ways:s Wool arriving at (, j^bury hy teams -jnll,he ^ddeijtp/ the Wddonga abater for conveyance; from Albury to Melbourne, Williams town. or Po^melbQurae. . ihe spe-( '^ial ^Wb c -m' arrangement with th^ .^ommissioners ofstihe Ne wSoulhWales .railways ?raisefell rates ifcheci^riage of w6ol- from-'what t^e'lcnoWii^as the competi Wi mm*- ' l^8 *8 ?in a^rdance witk'ain ^^te6m6nt en-. teSat^^tV^^oniesto. incm^^eiphwjg^B^r the carriage «f »ll godds . ] Thr /oompet^jap tween the tm-- bolonies for the trade of theBe diBiaiotshaa reunited in goods being earned * loss hitherto. Ai South Australia has not come into the ammgwnent, no alteration has been Tntuit* im tha DbHioj[ irod rates.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

! PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ; Rev. F. Elliott Yackandandah. lIja.tn.,|andjTT p.m. ^ Hillsborough, 3 p.m.

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WALES and STRAYS If there's a hole in a your coats, [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

^ 'UroiC* - tl»fn-k£,«^»Wi If there's ahofetiiiaV yout'ttif ®d7 [?] ? mwiwl1® i ? of s' the rival route- 'jJ ^elieVp that a Te r' porter i^'.^^t^^^rd^oi^l;|'w|ken' ? th£ (bngiii^v^t^t japi to mal^ a jr special i^ppi%dni|:fe^^ ^3&jyriIfiford route j, which ,wili,_ Jfche ; Particle iii^ joke is '' that the railway' ei^^eei?g is. rather a damper upon the ' prospects of the rival route. [ „,'v ^ Bv-the-by, tlie motius. operandi of travelling reporters is sometimes not of a character calculated, to inspire ?'those who know!' with credulity^ as to the authenticity of most bf their effusions. The reporter is sent up on certain business. - If lie finds on ar riving at th,e termination of his com fortatti^^ailway journey : he has to sttfrnp the country in a buggy or wsSggonette, over bad roads, human nature predominates. , If he cau ob tain the information he seeks without undertaking this unpleasant trip he is perfectly satisfied — whether the in formation so obtained be reliable or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Royal Mail Line of Coaches, BEECHWORTH AND CHILTERN Le&res Beechworth daily at 10 a.m., r- - toraing from Chiltern at 3 p*m. daily, on arrival of train' from Wodonga ; anivnif. at Beechworth at(j p.m. TALLANGATTA TO CORBYONG Leaves .Tallangatta Tuesday, Thuisda.y and Saturday at 5 a.m., returning from Corrycng Monday, Wednesday aud Friday at'8 a.m. HUON'S LANE RAILWAY STATION & TALLANGATTA Leave Tallangatta daily 10 a.m., return ing from Huon's Lane Railway fetation daily 3.15 p.m. BETHANGA ROAD RAILWAY STATION AND BETHANGA Leave Bethanga daily 11.30 a.m., re turn ing from Betbanga-road Bailirsji-totiuo 2.55 p.m. HUoN'S LANE RAILWAY STATION ic MITTA MITTA (Snowy Creek.) Leave Huon's Lane Railway Station Tues days and Saturday's 9.15 a.m., returning from Mitta Mitta Mondays sod Thuredavi 6 a.m. HUoN'S LANE RAILWAY STATION AND YACKANDANDAH Leave Yackandandah daily (Sundays ex cepted), 8 a.m., via Osborne's Flat, Allan'* Flat and Kiewa, returning from Huon- Lane daily 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

PEDIGREE CARDS p.in -.d atthe Yack atidandah TIM E S Machine Printing Works. ^ High -st., Yackandandah A. PEIESTLY, Boot and shoemaker, OOT AND SHOEMAKER, Oppds/te Star Hotel, Yackandandah. Boots and Shoes made to order Repairs nearly and promptly execated. Prices Strictly Moderate. YACKANDANDAH HAIRDRES SING SALOON. W. V. FERRIS, HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Same Premise# «-? A. Priestly. ' The Best Brands of and Tobacco ahrayfi on hand. ER^'to ^SiLM^jEI., J Turf Comihts ER1TE ^ASl&Eij, J sion Agents 359 ColHnfe Stij Melbourne. Commissions executed, right7out, br at &P. ' f « ; -*Petttt8 ab!p'er Agreement.' u t? ?GentlemenissAteokintssettledL Tnms, £1 la (jjs j*j odj 3p0O \t?ijto.J000 to^,^ny4 my you choose to 1X1 to 'lOW or any ? i»«rse Lsuit »»«t f«ir (ikii'lfieW ! ^ sa [0(iltdhwiiiiS{| i naswi j s ui hrfinaOT in ; liif -'t. ; ? ^ jjtJsrii-.uA , , -|(T ti M&tri. Iwyxf si'ii' fii *' '

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Railway Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Railway Matters. The Railway Bill appears to be ? the j all-ab8Drb£^-t»pic1 of the colony. The Government is being severely criticised by the Oppo sition, and the Afye is* n6 les| busy in its denunciations — although for our part we take these ; reports for what they aite- vrorth: 'Whether the Age has taken the trouble to send its re porter on tours of inspection or not we are not in a position to say ; but all the same, tlj^ have, written a j great deal they cannot substantiate. ! What grievance can the Age have ? ? ? ? J. TT 1 T 1 1 ,T . .. . asaixusi- xacKanaanaan tnat it sets upon us 'so unmercifully. A- gross mis-statement is that the rfesidents in the locality haive never clearly under- j stood why a railway should be made ? i to this township of many syllables, Further on it remarks that the rail way was never needed, there was very little prodnce of any kind grown, and the soil is only from medium to poor quality, and .population sparse. At any rate Yackandan dah is of suffi...

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

The Mtections. CaiLXEKK Shire. — Messrs Black and Wenke were re-elected councillors for the Chiltern' and indigo Ridings, respectively, being unopposed. X3HECHWOETH ibHiRE. — Messrs Tans weil and iJillson were re-elected for the iioi-ough Riding, and Messrs J? er guson and Atkinson for the JShire Rid mg. x'owoKGr Shlre.— Three members liav^ been^^Tnirned^mopposed; MitCa Mitta Wilding Mi; D. iiennett ^in place of Mr liarsen, who retu-edj ; Mr Thomson j Murray -Hiding, Mr Scar lett. i'or the Koetong Hiding there were three candidates, viz., Messrs ^arkeek, Hawiey, and Toal, but we ^ould not ascertain the result of yes terday's poii. i In the ; Yackandandah Shire the old councillors are back — Or Beatty unopposed, and Crs Smith and L Robinson after a contest. The Presi dent came in an easy winner by 89 votes to '40 !at Jtiarnawartha, and in the Kie\va' ritirng, Or -Robinson polled 215 to j&i* Crostnwaite's 146.

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Gasett-e Notices. j Mr Isaac S. Scott has been ap pointed a member of the Board of Advice for school district of Shire of Wodonga. Mr Geo. Graham was elected a member of the Northern District of Council of Agricultural Education, the voting being Graham 519 and Playford 314. License to transfer mining leases, — Beechworth, Tso. 2410, to transfer to Shamrock Co. No. 2666, Beech worth, to transfer to Wallably Gold Mining Co. Mining leases and waterright licences declared void : — H. Gore, la. Or. 39p., Leviathan Reef ; J. R. Fin lay, 24a lr 32p, Towong ; J. Finlay and another, Towong, 40a 2r ; T. E. Thomas (under mining on Private Property Act) 357a 2r 22, Chiltern West. Leases surrendered — E. Cunliffe has surrendered leases at Lower Buck land, Fail-ley's creek, Buckland, and a new lease issued (No. 2472) in lieu thereof. Regulations under the ' Land Tax Act, 1890,' are published. Under this Act classifiers are appointed, and various forms of schedules are pub lished for their guidan...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Local itnd General. Yackawdandah Rbckbation Reserve. —A meeting wae held at the Athenseum on Wednesday evening for the purpose of taking steps to ruse funds in connection with the above. There were present Messrs Calder (in the chair), Denny, Nette, Hocking, Takle, Capper, M. E. Clone, and M. Cline (secretary;, it was decided . that a - concert be held on 2nd September, the proceeds to be devoted towards the permanent improvement of the Recreation ground. Messrs Denny, Hocking, Calder, and M. E. Clune were /deputed to make the several arrangements. After the concert a Cinderella ball is to be held. Vfe understand that already a good commencement has been made towards £he | preparation of M Football. — To-day the Wanderers will nteet^a team - of £®otballers from the Tar rawingee club, at Hurdle Hat. The Wan dered lia^e gained the reputation of bfeing !a good team this jear^-not having been beaten so far for the season. A Criticai Operation. — A very criti cal operationjEbr strangulat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

^~'''^'^^^^^^^HB555255I5S5^Z5^3^^55S555SSSi FREEHOLD LAND! — FBKEHOLDLASrp j , ,; 320 Ssmb In 4ta KMiii|M^j (Monday, 18$ |u®)si,, On die ground a* Twelve o'clock sharp. DOUGHARTY & fARKtK, HAVE receivedinatnictiona from John . Boyoe,^^, tb'wl by iuetionas above. His FREEHOLD PROPERTY on the Tawong -Road, six milesiram, Dederang,,; adjoining the properties of Messrs Black and Ibboteon, rftaojA dock, nearly all enclosed ink two-rail On the land is erected a FOUR-RO OMED WEATHERBOApp HOUSE, pew, pith all necessary oiithbukes,' 4nclnding..cow flhed and piggeries, roofed with iron. The ; land is aU rich agricultural nyer, flats, and has three-quarters of a mile frontage to the Kiewa River. The property is distant about six miles from Dederang township, .and site of the proposed railway station, and within stone throw of a State School. It is directly on the Tawonga road, and divided into two paddocks. The 'auctioneers court' inspec- tion, as this is one ofthe finest properties of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, ?' (OPPOSITE XHK POST OFFltiE^ -?' HIGH STREET, YACKAM-AN»AH; ' OLD EST A B LIS H ED CO M M$RCIAL hoese. ' ' V)EG^ to^jeturp ; l- generally for^u to ^mmqdic^s es and Looie^o^fe: ' 'gy^yt T- '*-*f T ** ? s ;..,;o::: , ? '-': P. McDermott - Proprietor, D~F.RfTt.FA to intimate to'his' imifierous friends of Yackandahaah ' :and 'public generaJlji that he has takeu tlbe -ahove .'?ell- known hostelry, and trusts -by , stricjb, atten tion to the requirements of bis patrons , to receivea fair share of, support. , ( ' ?, .. FirstHjUes f^Sap&mmodiiaon 'for Travellers. '*-? -!6e£^n&'-bt A*4f WjjQes^r i Spirits ouly kept.- \.'7??T*. BOOKING, ©OTQE ^F;OR. B$DC AN# lqw^^aches.; ' ? -.. ? .' 't,. '?? ,Q-' FT^Hf f YA'GKA^bfaDSr-'!' -' DESIRES to rtbank his numapous, q.uB I tbmeref pr t^el^ral^atro^^cwr5e- himl in -^he^pastp, aja{| J^iires i^heinTffiat^lii will -bestow the samec&ie aud. attention t ' woi£ entrusted to- him ^ prepared- to es^ate j^l^d^cripfioDS^...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

' ' W^SLEYAN CHURCH ' ' ^albkandandahi ll «.m.,.R8V. Tx«dinnick y v ¥ V, 7p.mM Mr Band Myrtleford, 7 p.m., Rev. Tredinnick „ , Monday, 7,30 p.m., Rev Tredinnick Murmnn^ee^iS. p.tn., 'Rev. Tredinnick. B^Salo River/ 3 p.ni.i Mr Shiith: . ' = ^

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Church Notices. SUNDAY AUGUST 17, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Church v 'JV oticelsl v SUNDAY AUGUST 17, 1890. i ? The following are the , service arranger 'mente ' in : ccAmeot^on » with- the different denominations for Sanday next : — CHURCH of ENGLAND. * Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7,(p.ny. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m. *s '' ;

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Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Ourselves. It is with the greatest pleasure that we pre- sent to the inhabitants of this vast and prosperous district the first issue of The Yackandandah Times, and in doing so embrace the opportunity of presenting our con- gratulations in anticipation of railway communication at no distant date. In these ages of steam, electricity, etc, it is necessary for the progress of a district that it keep pace with the times as near as possible, and a rail- way is certainly a step in this direc- tion. Accordingly we look forward with eagerness to the time when the shrill whistle of the " iron horse " will be heard in the town. There is no doubt but that the want of a rail- way has been the drawback of the district since its settlement. The pioneers can recount many stories of the old-day prosperity of Yackan- dah, when the banks of the creek were the scenes of busy prospect- ing, when miner's tents defied enumeration ; but for thirty years the progress of the district has been slow — because...

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MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

MINING ITEMS.   We are informed that the North   Yackandandah Company will start   boring operations next week. It is   proposed to put down a series of bores across the creek if necessary. The Chiltern " Despatch " reports that the Chiltern Quartz G.M.Co is now 51 feet from shaft, ground very hard and well mixed with quartz, mineralized. In the Great Northern Extended, G.M.Co., on August 1st., the great jump-up was through and is now being worked and more block- ing faces started. The leading drives going down the leads are in the usual quality of wash-dirt, and should yield the average returns. The western     lower level driven for the week 40ft. Gold for the week, 237 oz 26dwt Eldorado Tin and G.M.Co, Aug. 1 : Driven 24ft east. Now getting two- thirds of water to west end of shaft.   QUEENSLAND. — The escort left Croy- don for Normanton on Friday with 18,639 oz gold. HILLSBOROUGH, — Messrs...

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On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

On Dit.             That a bore is to be sent to the Wah- gunyah lead, which has not been worked for 25 years. That the Chiltern A.M. A will hold their   annual sports on Novenmber 1oth. That a Chinaman tried to evade the       poll-tax at Albury. He was persistent   and determined not to be frightened by a     caution. His second attempt resulted in     his arrest. That the Broken Hill Proprietary mine     is to be lighted with electricity.       That Sands and McDougall have estab- lished a strawboard factory at Broadford. About 80 hands will be employed at the   start.               That last Saturday week the Tallan- gatt...

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Football Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 16 August 1890

Football Banquet. On the evening of Saturday, Aug. 2nd, the local footballers showed that   they know how to entertain visitors.   During the afternoon they played a   match against Tallangatta, and in   the evening treated them to a spread in the Shire Hall. There was an attendance of about sixty, and the   president Mr R. Hocking took the chair. After the good things had   been done justice to, the usual toasts were duly honored, as follows :— " The Visiting Team," by the Presi- dent, responded to by Captain Creb- bin. " The Patrons of the Club," coupled with the names of Messrs Moye, Nette, Calder and Dolphin, by Mr J . Capper, responded to by these gentlemen. " The Yackandandah     Team," coupled with the name of its captain, and duly responded to by   Captain Clune. Mr Clar'k proposed   " The Umpire," in a felicitous speech, which was responded to by...

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