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THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

THE DIFFERENCE. Small Boy ; 'P, what is the difierenee between a pessimist and an optimist T Pa : 4 Well, lei me see if I can illustrate it. Yoa .know I am often discouraged, and things don't look to me as if thav would erer so rieht. Well at such times I can be said to a pessimist. But years ago, when I was a young man, everything looked bright and rosy, and I was always hopeful. Then I was an optimist. Now, my son, can you understand the difference between a pessimist and an optimist V Small Boy : ' Oh, yes ; one is married and tbe other isn't.'

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

BALL. A grand ball was held in the hall in the evening. There were about fifty couples present, and the affair was the biggest success ever held at Muderesronsra. E ver vone seemed bent for pleasure, - and the sociability that prevailed made the enjoyment most complete. Mr Hollister and son supplied the music, _ whilst Mr M. Clune, of Yackandandah acted as M.C. The catering was carried out by Mr Spong of Beechworth.. Daring the evening Mr J. Moore, of Bright, gave a comic song ' His Funeral's to-morrow, ' aiid later on he gave, a sailor's hornpipe and clog dance, in character. These innovations to the programme were greatly appreciated, for the performances were really excellent and deserving of special mention. . r

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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A CASE IN POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

A CASE IN POINT, Husband; 4 Now here's a thing, Nellie, that I wish to ask your opinion, about.' I am reading some items of philosophy here, and one of these items says there is a fool in every family. What do you think ef that ?' ., Wife: 'Well, you lost twenty pounds at poker the other night, a« you confessed to ine?' B.: ' Yes, my dear.* W.: * And you buy what ie called sweep tickets sometimes in the expectation ©! making a great strike.' H : * Well, that's a fact. Bat what bxs that to do with there being a fool in every family ?' W,: 4 1 am coming to it. Now you have left your family, the family composed of your brother* and sisters, yoa left your family when yoa mar ried me,* H.; ' That's correct.* W-t * Well, there It no fool In your tuuly now.* ' t Tbenfius htt^dleftink, a deep wifewat^d him oat dt tlut comer «I

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Mudgegonga Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

3Iudgegotiga Jt&ces. ? ? The races held at Mudgegonga on Tuesday were a great success, both as regards the running and attend ance. There were visitors from Myrtleford, Yackandandah, Stanley and Hillsborongh, and the snrronnd ing districts generally, and St. Patrick's Day was observed in a most enjoyable manner. There was, how ever, no disturbance to mar the outing, but as to jollity and pleasure j many indulged as they . would at : ' Donny brook'. The race ^meeting j was rather hurriedly got up, but the j committee with their usual energy ! showed that success was obtainable by all putting their shoulders to the wheel *. The . various events brought -out good fields, and some of the finishes caused no small amount of excitement. The com mittee as a whole worked haid throughout the day, and the arrange i meats generally reflected great credit upon them. Mr Pendergast I made an admirable secretary, Messrs j Scott and Piazzi as judges gave j general satisfaction, whilst Mr 1 B...

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THE ROAD TO [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

THE ROAD TO^H Men andwomeh bavs^tj|B a hurry, dccaticnally tb^Sgj ception, hut the inetaa^^H The secret of successful rough performance of whst«H dertakeu. Perseverance since it is often a succession of failure?. tfEorts, failures are in store the race. It remains, tbef iTj^Bj best we oan under ail in mind that races ace the swiftest leet, nor trioCMB the strongest arms. JB| It is by the right apphs^^B and strength that succees^HM In starting out upon First, to obtain every within yonr *each. Study people for the impart to yon. Bead books for what Next, see what yoor . Be sure yoa have Once certain, spplj Then work bwd, Don't consider anj^^H Be patient, honest, Treat all persons Havti a smile Suoeees may«sS*5|^»; »otl»f££o5,and«^^*

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AMATEUR WOOD-WOR[?] Now, Boys, Here Is Something Useful and Entertaining [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

I AMA i iEUR WOOD-Wo|a Now, Boys, Here Is SomethlJi Useful and Entertain | There ate many p-sity atii 0sc{ J th&t can be made with a few tocls-ll who have a taste for methanic&l tt ^9 a writer in ' Youth 'e Cctnpscicn' J| sttaet them is an excellent training ingenuity ana patience. For example, both a profitable aud a pleasant use of tools ie fcani in making of natural wood picturc-iramee. A new and easy style for their construction ie to be found in the illustrations dy.-n »J|Ppl whioh are to be seen in the ftnc^JraPf exhibitions. j|i|St For the smaller frames icch bgSBlj used ot various widths, four inches very attractive. To seeare the properly fitted, screw thin pieoe^^B11 wood over ths jH| 'th£b&ek^||||ffi below, *sU^htaspoJHg - nntre-bc2,g9H way they The foorpieeeflR can be put together in a gKniA| ways — rome of which are eoggesJH cuts. w jffi| If a beading of bronze cr inside, the joints of the tnc^9| have to be cut with a bETe{|H§ disgaonal slits in ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

ANTED .—A General Serva nt ' ' Apply Mrs. P. McDERMOTT, Star Hotel, Yackandandah. YV ANTED. — A Tonng-Woman as * * Housemaid and Waitress. Apply at WATERLOO HOTEL, Y ackandandah. . . NOTICE. PERSONS removing Timber from my paddock, near the Reserve, without my authority, or interfering with fence, horses, or otherwise tres passing, will be prosecuted. Mrs. STILES, Yackandandah. NOTICE. Estate of the late George Reid, Storekeeper and Butcher, Yackandandah. ALL Persons indebted to the above -Estate are requested to CALL i and SETTLE their ACCOUNTS before the 20th April, 1891, or they, will be placed in the hands of Messrs - Tuthill and Perry, Solicitors, Beech worth, for collection. t ; E. J. REID, V Executrix JAS. REID, ) Executor. Y ackandandah^ 21st March, 1891. ; Dederang Race Club. Subscribers are respectfully requested to PAY their Subscrip tions as promptly as possible, to the Treasurer, 'Mr. BT. GrOONAN, or the undersigned. ? , . A. C. WELSHMAN, * Hon Sec: Autumn & Win...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

NOTICE. A MEETING of the Members of J\- the old Yackandandah. Rifle Gltib will be held on Saturday, 21st . Starch, at 8 p.m., at the Star Hotel, to wind np the business of the said Club. ' All Members are requested to attend. DANIEL MONGAJST, : President. 10 | 3 i '91. EXTENSION OF BUSINESS. Clearing Out Present Stock to make room for new MrS. A. BLAIR, MILLINER, HAS decided to extend Business Operations, and in order to do so the Whole of ber Present Stock I Must be Entirely Cleared. ! The GOODS will be SOLD REGARD ! LESS ot COST, Mrs. BLAIR having i purchased ;Q,uite a New Stock of Win | ter Jttillinery, And intends making this Department a Speciality. The new purchases comprise 500 Ladies' and Children's Llats — tbe Newest Shapes Fashionable Dress Materials — a good selection. Newest Designs in Trimmings— effected under Mrs Blair's supervision. Ladies' and Children's Hats Trimmed in the Newest and Most ;Fashionable Styles at prices, to suit the times. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

? pBivlTi^^NBiiv^Us^ ski: DISEASES, &c. » M.a-6 boa?, °L-^,S' 3 So eureiy wa'l ]WM! ^ *** i j Dft. B«Eh HOMAN, Licen^itie M^carB W of Victoria, Licentiate^ ^ FacM^ ^ . i geons, Glasgow. Diploma from Dublm. (Registered by Act ofParli^ment in Vic toria, New South Wales, Tasmania, an- Queefislaod), ' ? ' May be consulted at his Rooms, 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Door from Bjurke-street^ MELBOD'aN'ii, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, SV PHILiITIC, OENORRHCEA SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. Dfc FREDEBIOK dOilAS^isa Jegailj qualified M jdical P' a tifcioaer, aud has dt yoteel a life-time to tuj stidy of Private Nervous; a-id Stin Diseases. 1'he great sue cess acb eved by hhu speaks volumes in hi? favour. It is a success which 13 totally un precedeutd i. fur by his uawearie-l researches int.* the subtle myet-nea of the healing a't, he has ecue tiijusauda of nis fellow crea tures from biin£ hurried in the bloom o« youta t » a premature a-id untimely grave. Dfi. HOMA^'S success during his ext;u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

7 *'L - - T^TTTrnnrnn iindsindah T f M K S JHHV MwliuieJ? Au ;i:»g ^ \ ' High-et., Yacl'^idjndali

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

r~\f ^ .ii -T.iqPJHgEl._u',;, Yackandandah TIMES ? PabUshed every Satarday, In time for early mails, DUNSTAN & McKAY, | Proprietors. ] rPHE Y ACKAISTD AN^D AH TIMES J- circulates throughout the whole of the Yackandandah Shire, -and in theTowoiig, Beeech worth, and Bright Shires. A SUPPLEMENT, containing 14 columns of interesting reading matter is published with each issue. The TIMES is published so as to reach all the outlying districts on Saturdays, and it contains the Latest Local and General News. Its columns contain the Latest information relative to - Stock and Station Markets. I The wants of the Agriculturalists receive careful consideration. Every encouragement is given to | Mining in the hope that the reports may be . the medium of infusing more life into the industry— especi- ally considering our mining resources, practically undeveloped. All classes and creeds have an im partial ne ws and advertising medium in the YACKANDANDAH TIMES. Secretaries of football, cricke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

lil TQfiSOBMLs ARTIST. | ^Tobacco, Cigar &r Perfume ! - 3r: Depot/ - ~ W_ V. FERRIS thanks his nurner ? ous customers for past favors, jiud begs fo announce that, Jjairdressing, Slaving, J Shainpooiog, | Ac.J are his jg^ciality.I f ^ t i I.I 1 jj. * '* f A Splendid Assortment o{ Pipes just to hand. The best brands ot Tobaccoes aud Q^^^lway'ir^ id.iStbfek.i Periuraes, Hair Gils, &c., always kept. LOtt/Nr WHISKY. ? v I - ; i * \ j I i ' ' ' ' CHARADE, ' ~ ? ... rfamrrt-y'C T4 .??--r'liT.'- - ;y. - r — o — ^ — - -- - - ' . . ; My first i- l:*?ht— the purebrightnes- of dar. ? M y -ec . m - r.&t i-iieri luat fades mj; ; , -. , ^ ^ -1 . you' Tstraie. -.ufc fche ^'J And imy -wh le you'lL easily rsnmsilf My name 'tie com'riioi^ -an4 iiave^y-ai to ? ? —- /.I .... I' iSJiheiBL'i-fegigilJirkaa ii/E^m)GK]k/GQ^; Theify®ir_BJac'-ing makers we have atc'iii ma'id, . . ^ -if Who pptvup ttie :best saa iries now lin one „ ? ^ =r -r-J; I;-4'! Such a§r: .If ea«fe PoWde^ ' Egg , V...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

Owr M0$uvurne Mfcr IiMB^fciigggh^^evy^^^fche 4A trade}: just published, Messrs Golds foorongh, Mart audi, £}o. Ltd. have nave led' to 'the 'unltitisf ^tory5 re sults /-| the JLS^P-SJ^ saLes— results, wMoh^r«a31y s€ateiol, jshiSw a Se'cliua in values, as campared ^witt the previous season, of frombsl5;to 20jper? ?cent. It will not be surprising to anyone to learn that strikes —both liere and at home, form one amongst the principal f actors ^wjiieh influenced this decline. The average -value.-of 'tlie^Australiai^^stip is said j to be about- £18,000,000,- -and one fifth of this sum cannot be. deducted .'without the loss being very seriously ielt in the ranks of labour as wel 1 as in those which represent' capital. -As I have said, strikes are amongst the causes to which this- shrinkage' is due, and it follows that tlie con duct of the man,. or the yneu, who needlessly, and - without cause,- pro xnotes; these movements, ;a^sqme *jre iow doing, is reprehensible in the liiffhest deffi-Rfi...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

: - WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Tbedinnick Yackandandah, 11a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.'U. Myrtieford— Mr Smith, 7 p.m. . ,

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General News [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

[?] S^turdjay,; atr.Geplong, a Swimming mai&h1 -th6| ''championship ofYic toriatook place between -Ernest. Cavil^ oc' Sydney, and A. T. Kenney, of St. Kilda. .The distance was half a mile, and Kinney won, after a fine contest, by two; lengths and a half, completing the distance in six seconds less , than . the Australian record put up by Cavil! in February, 1890. The governor of the Ballarat gaol on Tuesday night informed the con demned man, Cornelius Bourke, that the Executive Council had decided that the law should take its course. Bourke replied, All right ; it is better to be hanged tliaii to be here in irons.' The murderer has been indifferent as to his fate for some days past, and he refused the spiritual ministrations of the gaol chaplain. A painful sensation was caused throughout Melbourne, and in fact the whole of Victoria, by the news of the sudden death of the Chief Secre tary and Commissioner of Customs, Mr G. D. Langridge, which occurred at his residence, Clifto...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wright. Good Fbiday— Yackandandah, 11 a.m. | and: 7 p in.; ^ „ . Easter Day — Yackandandah, ll a.m. j and 7 p.m. Back Creek, 3 p.m.

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

SUDD EX DEATH . ? :u: ? An old resident of the district, Mr Edwin Baker, passed away very: sud denly 011 Sunday morning, and the occurrence cast quite a gloom over the town. Mr Baker retired to rest as usual, and had in fact visited Yackandandah during the evening, being apparently in his usual health. Early next~'morning Mrs Baker was awakened by hearing him gasping, and he passed away before a doctor could be sent for. The death was reported to the Coroner on Monday morning, who came down during the afternoon and' held a magisterial enquiry. The evidence of Mrs Baker, her son, and Dr Mueller was taken, but as the doctor could not say what was the cause of death, the enquiry had to be adjourned to Saturday (to-day) to enable a post mortem to be made. The funeral took, place on Tuesday and was largely attended. MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY A .magisterial enquiry into the death of Edwin Baker was held at Mrs Leonard's Hotel on Monday afternoon by the Coroner, Mr Rowan, P.M. Amelia Baker, wife...

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Commercial. —-:O:—- CORRYONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

Commercial. ? :o: ? — CORRYONG MARKET. J. W. Thwaites and Co. report having j held their usual monthly market at Corry- | ong an Saturday last, when they yarded 700 head of cattle t - a large attendance. The sale opened s -mewhat -dull for the first pen or two, but then bfecame more animated and contiuued so throughout, buyers operating very freely. While no material alteration can be quoted, prices were goo i all through, and were quite up ' to ; eceui advanced rates, the sale on the whole being a mo-t successful one. I'hey quote Store bullocks, £4 3s 7d to i-5 10s ; cows (fat), t - £5 dry cows, £2 15s to £3 17s; cows and calves, £2 18s to £5 7s; steers. JS2 5s 6d to £3 10s ; heifers. £2 17=? to JS.i 14s ; young cattle at full rates ; at which prices they s-ld for Mes-ra J. M'Kay, E. J. Brown, T. D ily, Wm. Jar-vis, Johu Brown, Joseph Land, J. G. Land, Arthur J. L nd, W. Eade, J. B. Carkeek, T. Auder.-i n, J. Barber, G. Coysh, Jas. Post, Hngli Pearcj, P. Klippel, D. Hughes^ A. Hick...

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Mining Nuggets [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

: 1 -The following crushings were put through last week at Wilberforce Bros. Blue : — W.';Cqllins^Jvmble ieef» f - ^0 tons for 16ozs I2dwts I2grs, the result of one months' work fox* one man. j A. Wallace 5 tons from the Kim berley Reef for 4bzs lOdwts. if. Brady and E. Turn bull, 15 tons of mullock for 2ozs 7dwts 12gi*s. Messrs Coll in's and Pope have found a splendid show close to the 'Joker Reef ' Six Mile. They obtained 6 ozs of gold from pi-ospects washed for the week, 'getting as much as 24 dwts to the dish. They have 9 tons at grass which from all appear ance should prove handsomely. It has been reported that several new reefs have been discovered at the head of the Kiewa River by the Messrs Sloan. The locality has hitherto remained almost unexplored, owing to its rough nature and dis tance from civilization. The Eldorado Gold and Tin Min ing Company, after a hard struggle against the numerous drawbacks they have had to encounter during the ; past three years, have struck was...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT The Stock and Station Journal re ports under date or Thursday, as follows : — Fat Sheep. — The supply was a moderate one, 23,000 havinsr been yarded, which consisted chiefly of middling descriptions, with a small proportion good to prime. The demand was brisk for all good trade lots at fully last week's improved rates, while second and inferior sorts were not in such keen request, but no j alteration in values can be quoted, j Very few erossbreds yarded. Prime j crossbred wethers from 13s to 15s, according to weight and quality, prime crossbred ewes from 10s 6d to las : extra cross Drea ewes to izs oa, prime merino wethers from 10s 6d to lis 6d, extra merino wethers from 12s to 12s Sd, good merino wethers from 9s to 10s, middling merino wethers from 7s, prime merino ewes from Ss to 9s, others from 5s 6d. Fat Lambs. — The supply was with in requirements, 4000 having been penned. Sales were exceedingly brisk, aud prices ruled hiah throughout. Best sold at f...

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