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OSBORNE'S FLAT v. FREEDOM BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

OSBORNE'S FLAT v. FREEDOM BROTHERS. ?n % ; I (bv oub special.) A most enjoyable match was played on the newly -formed fopfcbail ground at Osborne's Flat between teams representing Freedom Brothers (Gun dowring) and the Osborne's Flat United. The ' weather was most I favourable for footballing. There was ^ ^ - J ? T «? , . * m , » i I a gooa crowa 01 spectator ; in tact, it | is many a long ^lay since snch a good gathering took place here. It will be remembered that these teams met for the first 'time 'about three weeks -ago on the Gundowring ground, and the match, which was played in heavy rain, resulted in a drawv neither side being able to get a goal. The pre sent match was, therefore, all the more exciting, as it was. well-known that each side would try their utmost to gain the victory. Mat. Vieehan captained the locals, and W, Bills boraugli the visitors. Meehan won the boss and* elected to' lack to the South goal. Hobbs kicked off for the Freedom Bros., and sent it well for war...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YACHLANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

TJLCKAWDA3TDAM SHXBR | The monthly meeting of the above If was held at the Shire Hall on Thms- fl day. Present— Ors Richardson, Smith, 11 Burrows, Street* R?binson, Mongan| ® McDonald, Martin and Beatty. i| AXNUAL KEETnm. | The stat-ntory annual meeting was II first held, for the purpose of electing jfij a President. #Cr Smith was voted to ^ the chair. The minutes of the last ||| annual meeting were read and con- - / firmed. Moved by Cr Robinson, seconded ^ by Cr Burrows, ' That the President's »| allowance for the ensuing year be ^ £50.' Carried. Cr Robinson moved, and Cr Bur- i?| rows seconded, ' That Cr Richardson be elected President for the ensuing year.' ^ ; There being no other nomination, 01 tho motion was put and carried un- & ainimously. r' Cr Smith returned thanks for the ^ courtesy extended to him by coun- ® cillors during the year, and remarked upon the amicable feeling that had 8 always existed between councillors. He was sorry to see there was a pros- 3 pect o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

General News . Attempted - Suicide:— A strange case of attempted suicide occurred at the Flinders-street railway station on Saturday afternoon, when Freder ick Dawson, a young man 23 years of age, employed as a billiard 'marker at the Court House Hotel, Williams-, town, jumped rrom tne eastern toot bridge to the railway line beneath, a distance of over 25 feet. Dawson, who had jtist ?trri ved in the ftfition by train, climbed up on the railing and' threw himself over. Senior-Constable Flan kWryv who was on duty; at the time, ' picked the man up and conveyed him to the Melbourne Hospital in a cab, where he was examined and found ;to have sustained a concussion Of ; tne brain and collapse. At a late hoar« that night hopes Were entertained of his ultima te reco very. ? ^ Uinttky^ oi] 1 %ir r- $iOn- Sunday last a Near ^wdand shearer in search of work fcear Dlubbo 'was thrown iiito the .Macquarie; B-i^pr by some union shefcreris to #hoin he declined to say

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On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

On Hit. I Thf^pie Osborne's Flat footballers lowered! the colors^ of^thei Freedo^i B^w^on SatttrdaylAsts? ? ^Dhat jit was a i^dayout ' for the s fairj sex, who mustered up strongly, } 1 wiat -everybody enjoyed themselves 1 atthe dance in the evening. That the Flat boys think they can conquer all before them — Yack in cluded. ? i'hat there is nothiing like^plhck — : 'ja^iyhow.' That the Yack school-boys were too sudden on the- Back Greek lads — 7 to JL goals bping the^ result. That young Reichardt takes the 'cake ' for goal kicking— 5 out of 7 not a bad record. ; That the Chiltern and Corowa foot ball clubs made a draw — 2 goals each. That the Tarrawingee Football Club defeated Wangaratta on Satur day last,by thr6e ^oals to nil. That the1 game was* fast and furious - — black eyes and bruises outnumber ing the goals by a T)ig majority. That Mr M ^Connors .acted as field umpire during the first half, and the Wangaratta players gave him a rough j time of it as regards ' barrack.' ; That...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

British and Foreign Bible Society. '? The annual meeting in connection with the above society was held in the Presbyterian Church on Thursday; the 28th October, tod ^proved /.to be perhaps the -most successful ever held in 1 Vackandandah, the attendance being very much larger than the usual one.., ' . ? _ ? ' . i . ? ? ir Tne meeting was openea wix,a prayer by the Rev. Jas. Hurray. The Rev. F. Elliott, minister of the Church,, presided, and in a pleasant manner introduced the business as that of a Friendly Society, in whieh ministers and members of all the churches could unite in advocating the olaiins of a Society formed for - the purpose of i translating th$ ecriptnres into .all languages, and disseminating- them in all- lands, and quoted statistics .show fng tte noble work the -society haid done,- and was doing in both: spheres of its labors. The Rev. J. A. Osborne and Mr Alex. Thomson, forpiing the deputation from the Beechworth Auxiliary of the Society, Jooth gave interesting a...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

FOOTltA XSecretaiieK would oblige by sending iintheir club's engagements for each x^jSatnrday not later e than Wednes day evenings.)

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

CONCERT* A concert and dramatic performance was . given, in the Shire Hall, by the local Dramatic Club on Wednesday evening, and was a pronounced success as far as the programme and its exponents were eoncerned. It was a pity, however, that the attendance was not larger, there being only a lair nouae. xvoc oniy am tne object for which the concert was got up, viz., the peananeut improvement of the Public Recreation . Ground, deserve a larger amount of support from the public, but also tbe local talent represented by the ladies and gentlemen who appeared iu the various numbers. It is not often that ah outlying, country town as Yackandandah can boast of talent such as was displayed on the occasion. The singing was of a high order of merit, also the mu«ic; whilst too much praise cannot be accorded to those who appeared so creditably in the second part, under the management, we believe, of Sir Denny — who himself is an elocution ist of no mean order. His rendering of Parrhasius fully exe...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillsborough. September 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 September 1890

Hillsborough.   (From Our Own Correspondent.) September 2nd.         Mr Folster and Sons had a trial crushing at Mr Wilbterforce's mill   from their new reef, situated at the   head of Clear Creek. The amount of   quartz put through was 23½ tons, and yeilded 18½ ozs of smelted gold. The gold, which was turned out in Mr Wilberforece's usual style, was sold at the Bank of Victoria, Beechworth, for £4 2s per oz. Mr Leonard Crawford has found a   new show to the north-west of Folsters. The reef is small, but gold shows freely in the stone, and from some of the prospects washed he has obtained 1dwt to the dish. Messrs. W. and J. McKibbin, A. McQuilton, Stone and Walter Wilberforce have taken up the Benvenuta claim, west of the perservenance. This claim in former days yeidled as as much as 4oz. to the ton, and was abandoned by the previous owners owing to the influx of wate...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INNER MAN. Advice to Dyspeptics. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

[?] Advice to ByspepUcS' ;3AH ^^pepHcB ehould avoid anything wmqtivihe; (hot oth-ure) cannot digest. There are eo siany caaseB inr and forms of dys pepsia Uiat.it is impofiEible to perecribe one And- the Bame diet for all. Kothing is more disagreeable or nseleBs than to be oantioneo . BgaiBSts^tinjg iius «ojr -amt, because yoc» ? nu^ibor, ' So-and-So ' cannot eat such, ihinge. C\pe would all btndy l&e nature ; aSS ai^^oinnliopd, and aiides^rcieeBreas ^e%tialas foodinpro moting^gobd health, we coold eaEiiy decide upon the diet bs6t -suited to onr individaal needs. The diabetic ehoald abfilain from aag&r «n 4 anything which is converted into sugar .in digestion, such. aB all starchy foods, aweet omelets, cuEtards, jeilieB, Bwees coacee, starchy nats, wine and liquors.. The corpulent should Abstain from fat as well ae sugar and etarch. A diet of whole wheat, milk, vegetablef, frnitB and lean meat will produce only a normal amount of f atneEB, while an excess of habits, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

[?] 'W?S^SS§«itl|lBbi todo justice to the memory William Gilbert, a former the College ofPhy- ?; '' ;'? ]WpM|jp^l; lifiifr ''%nff '»a|£he ybdjeemon nnfe dnfl-;; fMi :tl« true «qpa®f ? '^??,-^M?gBBhtal methodjcrfemealificin^ttii^ata time kw^KBgemm -Bason ^B^ni^JbJldng^aadjwffifeg ' ^™c«aiit it. 'Tbe^wiji* be no iwM';jawill & ' thattheclaims ol William .Gutert, 4p* dt CJolebester. ihiiye been lo a great extent ^ overshadowedby the lame of the renowned B^kpA^handte 'soft it 'is njuob tot |» ;^;.- -Jpigrsitted thatipe have noil) ad handed down kit- to us more of theresults ot Gilbert's labors '-** than are to ba found in his celebrated work *J)& itagnete,* published in the year 1600. s|Spah as -It ia, this work may, however,be - justly regardedas the earliest English scientific clasric.and its anther most be rs - cognised as the fleet truly philosophioal in- ' ~ ^ vsstigator in the now all-important subjects ?- - ol electricity and magnetism.'? 4. BCIKSI3FC mechanical ex...

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A MISSIONARY'S LIFE IN THE WILD NORTH LAND. SOME OF THE ADVENTURES AND UNIQUE EXPERIENCES OF DR. YOUNG AND HIS WIFE IN THE POLAR COUNTRY TWELVE HUNDRED MILES NORTH OF [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

A MISSIONARY'S LIFE ' IN THE WILD NORTH LAND. 'By Rev. Edgcrton H. Young, (Missionary to the Cree Indians). Some op the Adventures and Uniqce J Experiences op Dr. Young and His Wife in the Polar Country Twelve Hundred Miles North op St. Paul. THE MOOSE, AND THE METHODS OF k SUCCESS FUL MOOSE HUNTER. Of the several varieties of deer which abound ia the northern part of the Dominion of Canada, the moose is the largest and the nno meet mgUy prized, both by Indian and white hunters. He is also to be found in the State of Maine, and also in the province of New Brunswick. Mooses have been found standing over seventeen hands high, and, when in good condition, have yielded about as much meat as a large, fat ox. Their enormous horns are very broad and heavy, yet when they are alarmed and wish to retreat in silence, which is not always the case, they can effect their purpose with mar vellous cleverness, no matter how dense may b8 the forest through which they glide. Throwing back his head, 60...

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NOVELIST My Lady's Revenge. CHAPTER X.—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

NOVELIST ly Lady's Revenge. By E- G.4RRIS0X JONES CHAPTER X,— (Continued } 1 i ( Lady Cassandra was all sweetness ana j gp&ciousness. She could afford, in ber proud ! estate, to be very lenient with wayward St. Aibyn, who was threatened with all sorts oi misfortunes ; she could afford to let him see that she loved him — to confess that she had loved him all her life long: and should love him till she died. And she did confess all this, with drooping eyes and blooming blushes, and St. Aubyn took her to his heart, and was as happy as he had been in that mad passion for 'Bess. And poor Bess, lying under the marble stone of St. Imogen graveyard, was utterly forgotten. The wedding day was appointed for the 21at September, and cow Lady Cassandra eits brooding over her coming happiness. ( St. Aubyn is back again in France, looking into the intricacies of his affaire, and my lady's wedding preparations are going on. Her bridal trousseau has come from Paris, and stands in a great cam...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. What Natters It? [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

poetry: Wliafc Matters It? I What matters it, my curious friend, where 1 lies j 1 Oar heavenly harbor and our land of :ra£t| I Whether it be beyond azure skies '«? j Or ia some lower world, (rod knbwbtiij hp.Rt. x-: I I It. offers safety from onr cares, and so!. What matters whether it be high or low. It offers rest ; what more should mortals know? ? '/. Beet fiom the weariness of burdened dayii, Oi bitter longing and evil hoars, ' . . . Of duties le&diag as through darkened wa^is And into effort'? !ar beyond our powers, Of dark iemptai? -ns into secret Bin, « -. - ; Of constant labor, earth's grand gauds to win, ? Of spirits deafened by the strife and din. It matters nothing as to when and where We find the haven and the ?welcome , home ; - Let curious doubt give place to trusting prayer. And no weak soul through speculation j We eec-1: for sealed-up seorets, hidden things ;s Ijiinou^n as 11, on eternal wings, We rr-.oh the country of those better things. Vex not thy spirit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUNNIOSITIES. A Regular Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

FUNNIOSiTiES. A Eegalar Boy H# was cot at all particular -To keep the perpendicular; ?Wfai1? walking be either shipped cr - ??'??'.'?..HaBtood L-pon his head ewbile And, wheu he went to bed, awhile He dove among the pillows, which j thus^ed. His never could keep still a bit ; The lookers-on thought ill of ij ; He balanced on bis ear the kitchen brooa . .Ana did eome nia traptz-.ogt- ? . Which Wis w c r. -i 1 1 1 0 1'. ; v. :cr.« : r. , Onevery psg in granps's L..rscss ioom. From tbs&lute inanity The catapprossl-C-d ;r.F7-: :tj To see him slide tbe c&metcr eo i=S2. Bat once cn ilia; msccvsny. While trying to tov - rjan. t:e Upset faiscakalaticn-c ^itn a crt:h. And since ibr.t aad dissrier He has gone about in t-isr.sr — Not Parie,like a nice Itah'an to- — Eat the kind tbe ISlien the bumps and cuu acd li-Uts Overcome a little, nga)&r. live .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Church Notices. The following are tie service arrange* ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next: — CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. Tr J. Wright. Kergnnyah 11 a.m Guadowriog 3 p.m Yackandandah II a m — Mr Hay ward.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT and VINE GROWIN[?]. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

mwirr *t4 I Joogpmp.L. „ „ [?] peach 1 is good -for - 4Ke mar ket, as it will not stand carrying! You want a peach, with a tough fibre. I11 grapes it depends whether you are going in for raisins or wine. There is nothing better than the Muscat of Alexandria for !raid^B. There is a grape called ' the ^ Mus«a^* Crordd Blanco, hut it is nothing more or less tham. the Alexandria |and^r|^Bif|tiker name. Then again ih&cet* W«Ctwo so-called varieties of currant grape,; but they are the 'same under differ ent names. For canning^ and drying the fruits should have . There is only one variety of pear used for drying and cannings Ijjnd that isi the Bon Chreiten, but in America it goes under the name of ' The Bart lett.' This pear ' will stand the pro cess without discoloring, but most; other varieties turn to a pmfcy-Or reddish color. The Bon Chreiten keeps perfectly white. I have often heard, enquiries after the Barfcleti pear, but it is the old pear under a new name. The name got chan...

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He Knew All. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Ifc li uew 411 He cams home wiih a sr iocs face. Bhe, 1 who vss all love stsd smilt s s»w tome- j thing vr£.s tbe matter. J£e ;anied his face ] away when she attempted tcplant the warm j bicEof gr&eiint,* cn his -lips.. 1 Her sonl sank vri:bin b';v. Is f'&s the arEu time lie had rs- j puLcdher. 'George,' ehe eaid esgerif, 'tell me whsi it ia. lls.3 your iove gr-jv-n ;old ! Treat me franksy. Ii is be;tcr to kho? the trcta tijan j to be kept in saspc&ss.' _ j He kept bis head averted & minute, his j lips trenibjta, then he eaid f- i 'Oh, heavens 1 Florence, how can ycu wear iha% naak c! deceitr^m I knew all 'All what ? ' Spare m ; iba sad K lai ; there are j seme tbiegg c£-tc=r ieft nisfesd.*' j -1 1 will not spare ytB I iiiEist oa j ki;o'oing what you meen.. ?ell me, and &: j once. Sane perjured vfi has abused your ] mind.' j '? Alas, no 1 I was 6 eye-witness of j it all. JDo not add dec. to your other I criaeE. I was there sad f ; it.' j 'Saw ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

WESLEYAN CHURCH Yackandandah 11 ajn and 7 p.m Rev Tre . dinnick. . . ? ? .. Back Creek 3 p.m Rev. Tredinnick. Stoney Creek 11 Mr Smith. Myrtleford 7 „ „ Yackandandah (Wednesday) 7.30 Rev. Tredinnick.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

[?] fill isii oi fejiof) -ro^ nm h,h ! j-'lo - no rd ! ?nf|5ifiE K'lramjfO : L : -.riT. rnni'i '? ' .; ?yi ?;-; c: noin kim i--; ;.''3 ^ _ , o|a %id m ^aiLl^iJ -iii Iv.xul \ .. Y?t^k a ndan dafi ' Lifiil I?o0 »;-)o 'm* 'Jx-if t ? .?iKt»apOT -3i33 jfwrrp oj 'wv/rKj f ; ;s 1 :ii 'n-i'l ? \t ' ' nj,i- jr. «'-*X'j7--;c{ti'j;-r u ? i; ? Pablished eYery Saturday, ?i i'jociV/jv- . ? ? : c j.-- -:.'j *.'iw . Sai, .L :t, n ?- JUfVTii'i'J --.-IS'.* Tfri ' ?( - ^ -DTTNSTAN v&' McKAT, ' ; . v 2 Proprietors. THE important Shire of Tackan ^ dab having up to the present been minns a' Local 'Newspaper, we h.ave recognised the wstnt, and accord ingly pose' as its representative Press. The various meetings of the Shire Council will be reported at length, and all matters pertaining thereto will receive our closest attention. By so doing- we trust to merit I warm support at the hands of the ratepayers. We shall also keep our readers well posted .up with topics of a -local and general character,...

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VARIETIES. Out With the[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

' -vjiRiEn^^m [?] Oct with the tide on itaw^#i#eh, Oat with the winds a ff l^^peen MOW, Bnt whBt far counky the^^-histy reafib. Who that retn&tni in 'tps stale stow know? v^' Che tides and the mndB both re tern, j For, born o{ the earth,ltheyTre but its | slaves, , . I Yet they tell ns no* ol the swis went forta, And left but dost in our^fepty graves. We are blind and de&f 6W dumb &s fee stone, Dall matter enfolds na In knds like steel, ^ And all of our wisdom ic-os earthly ana dark. - « When measured wltb, l?t\ a «oal might reveal. ? In with ihe tide and out Jfjfelbje fides, And borne with the gjpeed along, t' We float with the -»dsnai^MK| '®6»e«. and goes, *- The broken strains of a ^^tg song. We live in' the mesh of a mi^ty net, - Where we toil and s#n@in a troubled . stream; .'? - . . And tbe stream is ? net is L'ie. - ?' '- -t - ^ That binds onr .soal$-#jte; » transient dream. 'v'.' . Oqt with the tides Meg, . Like bubbles that float dn|: Stormy sea, Ah ...

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