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Back Creek Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

liack Creetc, Sports. The picnic, sports, and social held I ».t Back Creek -last Thursday passeid j off with gbeat «cZat, - and as regards attendance was guite beyond expecta-'1 tions., i ^imiog:lthfe: iday Messrs Beck 1 ana ^ Low e s drag , ? was continually 1 running between Back Creek and Yackandandah and the ix)wn during the evening, was, almost deserted. The sports gave no small amount of amusement, the numerous races all bringing out large fields. The fol lowing are the results of the dif i ferent event® : — Boys' Race (13 to 16 y-ars). A. Kit chington ... ... ... 1 G. Clingen ? .. ... 2 J. Hynes ... ? 3 Girls' Race (10 to 16 yeais), Maud Walker ... .. ... 1 H. Sullivan ... ... ... 2 F. Kincliington ... ... ... 3 All Focbs. W. Cliugin ... ... .. l W. Ri. kards ... ... 2 T. Haje- ... ... ... 3 Boys' Race (under 13). P. Clineen ... ... 1 W. Clingen ? 2 W. Richards ... ... ... 3 I Girls' Race (under 10). Annie Cliinas ... ... j ' E. Kinchington ... ..2 j A. Petersen ... ... 3 ! H...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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WODONGA CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

WODONGA CATTLE SALES. Arthur S. -King and Co. report having held a sale of Queensland, cattle at Wodonga on Friday, 20th instant.' ' The attendance was not large, being restricted to local buyers, owing1 to graziers in most parts feaa.* ing to stock up until rain comes, and bidding was hot very spirited. They sold 785 bullocks' for Messrs Edward Wieiiholt & Co., from their Warenda station to £4 1 Is 6d. Dougharty and Parker held their fortnightly sale on Friday, 20th mst., whehtliey ya,rded 435 cattle. There was a good attendance of the public* but owing to the continued d'*y we^the^ no desire to operate, and in consequence, prices ruled lower than the previous sale. r

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DEDERANG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

pEpEBAJTG RACES. Pre id Mr W. S e 1 5 Stewa ds, Mesvr ?--h Tuohev . J. Goonan, J. Kee--an, J. Cha-les, aid:SM. Iver- ; ' v, lSM- H. Goonan ; St ai ter, M . Hobb3 ^ . ^ Oourse, Mr McKillop ; Jmlfe, T. - Handicappers, Mes«rs For-!, gej' - gevn,ourj and Street; Clerk if SSXw.w. annual meeting of the Dede Race Club was held on the race reserve on Tuesday. The sun r a5 Poni^w^at warm, but a breeze E* the mountains made the wea ker generally enjoyable. The race [ rfe -;.s also veiy conveniently situ i ted regards shelter, a large clump , and a deserted house on a °ise i» the course afford * oood accommodation to the crowd, die same time giving an excel lent view of every race. The trees -p-ere taken advantage of by the spec tator? whilst the building was util ised bv the caterers as refreshment 'booths! aiu^ ky the committee for ceeretarr's office, -tc. The course was in o-ood order, and but for a small hill at tlie starting point would have 'been all that could be desired. There w*ip a v...

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

Auctions. . T. A. Knaggs, AUCTIONEER, MYET LEFoiD HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Saleinvarious parts of the - Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK | held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY -J ALTERNATE TUESDAY. Clearing Sale at Porepunkah. . f ;/? Fridayv April) 3rd/ - At 1 o'clock. T A. KNAGGS under instruc ' tions from Mr Wm. Hooper, ?who has sold liis land, will sell 150 head Cattle. 30 Horses, 200 Crossbred Mixed Sheep. Farming Implements, including Reaper, Double-furrow Ploughs, Hay .Sakes, Drays, Waggons, &c., &c. fflyRTLEFORD SALE. Tuesday, March 31st. TA. KNAGGS will sell on the ? above date as under — 50 head Pat Cattle. 200 Sheep. 50 Lambs. 100 head Mixed Stores. Also on account of Mr Morrison, Happy Valley — A FARM, consisting ?of 133 acres, selected ground, and about 200 acres Grazing Right — all fenced in and subdivided. Also — on account of same owner. 10 head Milch Cows, with young Calves at foot. 25 head Mixed Young Cattle. FOR P...

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

WATERLOG hotel, (0PP0S1TK THK POST OFFICE.) HIGH STREET. YACKANDANDAH. - nn ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL 3LU HOUSE. prank Efltra - Proprietor. Birrs to retui' thanks to the Public ceneralty-for suj port accorded bun m kI sod hopes by ^strict' attention to ?e- '?winiremeDts to receive a fair measure. l?VEBT accommodation FOR VISITORS AND FAMILIES. ^ First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best- Brands of Ales, Wiut?s and Spirits topt. Pirst-class Sample Room Batli, -Src. Superior Alcoek's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR HOTEL, . YACKANDANDAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Ysckmidandnh and public generally, ftliat he has taken the above well kncwn hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. First-class Accrmmodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M....

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

-& 'US ifH ''PN PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1891.

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

' Church ' -Notices . r The following are the service arrange mentss inconnection with : the different denominations for Sunday next?- — PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. . ; Rev. F. EixioTr. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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

WANTED. — A Young Woman as Housemaid and Waitress. Apply at WATERLOO HOTEL, Yackandandah. EXTENSION OF BUSINESS. Clearing Out Present Stock to make room for new Mrs. A~BLAIRj MILLINER, HAS decided to extend Business Operations, and in order to do so the Whole of her Present Stock Must be Entirely Cleared. The GOODS will be SOLD REGARD LESS ol COST, Mrs. BLAIR having purchased Quite a New Stock of Win ter Millinery, And intends making this Department a Speciality. The new purchases comprise 500 Ladies' and Children's Hats — the 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 ATTENDED TO. g£g'Note the Address — Mrs. ANDREW BLAIR, A few Doors below the POST OFFICE. :k:i:e3W\a. Annual Race Meeting, TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1891. President — P. Street, Vice-President —...

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

? — ? ? — ? ? ? Tim Grand Concerts Drawing OF PRIZES, In aid - f the CATHOLIC CHURCH, EASTER MONDAY, 30th Instant. Overture ar 7. 30 sharp. Admission — Front Seats and Drawing, 2s / Back Seats, Is. GRAND HA.IX After the Concert. Refreshments provided. First-class Music engaged. Dou ble Tickets „4s 5 Singl e_ Ticket®, 2s6d. GRAND WALTZING MATCH, Winner to choose their own prize. En trance, Is. Judges — Messrs Micbelson, Denny and o v i' Nette. M- CLUN E, Hon. Sec. RALLY-UP! RALLY-UP ! To the Rescue ! FIRE BRIGADE SPORTS. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Athenaeum on WEDNESDAY, April 1st, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of taking steps to form a Fire Brigade, and of arrang ing for Fire Brigade Sports, &c., for May 25th. 11. oi-xrirta, i n H. DUNSTAN, {Convenors. NOTICE. Estate of the late George Reid, Storekeeper and Butcher, Yackandandah. ALL Persons indebted to 'the above Estate are requested to CALL and SETTLE their ACCOUNTS before the 20th April, 1891, or they will be place...

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Indigo Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

[?] The annual picnic in -*. I with the ^digo .state School SM on Wednesday, in the schoouffl lhere was a very fair attendo^fi! the weather was fine, a JtIMKI vision had been made for tj fflB of the 'inner man,' there wHB spreads during the day, nmvSHl Mr Haig, of Yackandandah iBB tables were waited upon by thevJIHi ladies, who were most atteatOll^B to the requirements of all. ^ S rison, the head teacher, Was indefatigable in his exertions to the outin O* fl,S pnimralilo T i_l n — ? p0gg»|H J-n the evening a dance Wafi |S which was well patronised. IhBI following are the results of tbeiSffi got off during the day Elliott ... Cheeseley ... ... 2 Hakdicap. Cheeseley ... ... j ' '?&& Kennedy ... . 9 Rukxing High Jump. & F. M'Dermott ... j T. Berrigau ... fj ? ' PuiTLMg WflOflT. ' H. Kendall ... ll^P

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Bright Court of Petty Sessions. Thursday, March 19th. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M.) CATTLE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

JSright Court of Petit/ Sessions. ' = . I f. b - i ? ? ; V ? : ? ? . _ j 1 THtrfffiDAY, March 19th. j (Before, Mr. J: .Rowan, P.M.) ; to:; vri,;-, '{^ATTLErSTEiLlKG;- ' Police V. Frank Mortimer, on re mand. ? ^ f-;® baAister-at-law, } Wodonga;, appeared for the accused! j ^ Sub-inspector Irwin said the ac- i cused was charged with steaW a ! ^nock^^^decL, qi^helongmJTifco Marcus £lobbs£ of ;; «r 1 iab&%t theasth SecSmbe^it890 A _ deposed thafcifehad i ^ ?,ew* &ver tar 4e lid teen (Siekd .^k otttside the to W-te b-edM, audit: WtolSea;] or on the near aid® and ramp . (he 1 brand was clear and easily Jll ! ; sides which the ballot marked ; he saw the bullock frequently on his own run ; from something he heard he went to Mr. Buckley's plaoe at Yarram, in South Gippsland, to look for the beast, which he found in Mr. Buckley's paddock ; he never saw the accused before ; never disposed of the bullock in any way. ' Gross-examined by -Mr. Edmond son : The run from which the bu...

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

Tallangatta. (From the Hekaip.) Mr. Arch. Blair, while workicS the Tallandoon bridge on Moa^ met with an accident whk-h wiil?» him up for a time. He was dres^j a log, when the axe glaiieea on struck him on the right foot. thi-ough the boot and inllictuisp nasty gash on the groai toe. wm member was cut open for i lie of its length. A good deal of b|||! j was lost before the wound i|| j dressed by a comrade- B A carpenter named Geo. W Intern t an old identitv ot* the Mitta district, was killed on Saturday e||J| .ing by a spring cart capsizing log, whilst he was returning fromB ! bfirlow vvni't-c IS A young man named Peterst' the employ, of Mrs. Peterson. Granite Flat, was killed by a from a horse on Saturday last. - Mounted-constable Kiiey. of langutta on Wednesday afW11 arrested a man on suspicion of b William Colston, the supposed petrator of the ! double ~ murder Narbethong, and* for whose capt® reward of £200 is offered. The 0*3 saw the man at Kirk's hotel. aiid escorted him to Ta...

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Tragedy Near Wallsend. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

Tragedy Near Wallst n,t. Sydney, Sunr^ \ A shocking ti-agedy was perpetrs^M at Brookstown. near Wallsena. J x, W., shortly after midnight on night, A young man named came home in a slightly intoxiwi|g condition, and Had a quarrel with if wife. He became very violent.® snatched her wedding dress frotji drawer in which it was' kept, and j| it into ribbons. Then he took n^l kerosene lamp and threatened-^ smash jit on the floor of the toll and burn the whole place down. If wife was so much alarmed at tl outrageous conduct that she wi to her parents' house to seek proil tion. This was about 9 o'clfl Shortly after 11 o'clock her brotfl came home, and when he heard of M quarrel he decided to go and see (f| with whom lie had always beecll the most intimate terms. He p accompanied by his uncle. Will1 Ridley. On their arrival at house the youuger man whose ni;' is Stubbs, knocked at the door, could obtain no reply, so. lea* Ridley at the front, lie went ; to the back of the house and op|| j o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

A meeting of the Cabinet was held on Wednesday afternoon. It was sir ranged that pending the permanent allotment qf the portfolios rendered vacant by the death of Mr G. Di Langridge, Mr J. M. Davies should Met as v Chief ;Secr^tarj fend Mr ^ 1 Wheeler as Cpmnnssidnep-a-f pasjboms. 'This arrangement will continue until ? the termination :o£ 'the'-- Federation iv.f Convention, wheh, it is' iiid^rllbod, Mr Frank Stuart will receive a por fc-: . ' ? folio, and the duties of other Mihi?- ; fJbers will be re-allptted.,;t ; 1 ; v'i ' V: .. Messrs Parnell and^ Healey ihave i both resignedtheirseatsonthelrish] 'There is^ ^ jg^neat^ Jexcitemenfe Goulston, w ho is wanted lor OTe3H«4re«d[ - J-bethong ma rder, is 'sltiU 'at ' liirgfe. v} The' 'j^jdgbjetives have worked up ' a! stkxing case succeeded in tracing' doings of .- Goul ston up to about 10.30 o'clock of the ' - oi^ht of|the murder and after 7 next morn |ng. It will be for Conlston to show how he v fipent the time between those hours.

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WODONGA SPECIAL HORSE SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

^WODONGA 1SPSk3iAIi1 HORSE ,-ADBoO jJSAIiE^jTO^ Dougharty arid Parker and Chas. L. G?^t^ai&^a-. |re^oH[Jiolding an extensiVehorse sale at their Wodonga yards, 'ctmiifienblng S'W Thursday, 10 th, ' and 'concluding on TuesHay, Sith Mkrch- ;-'wliett j they;- yardesd %ver 1,340 horses jto a, large' attendance of jiiiyerg; '-' 'the '* Indian ? t ; aiid ^ iMauritius shippers s »Si]i t*being ! represented, as 4^1^rntia«^cbTintEy , ijuy^pfc. I? They : to -b^iinaty fandfha?ness '«prits, £5; to £12 ; pairs to L70 ; ponie$ito ;L29v light draughts L8 to LIS ; medium to heavy, L15 to L25 ; the sale all throngh being one of the most succes fnl ever held in the colonies.

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

GAZETTE. Last week's (Gazette contains the follow ing notices:— . ? Lands temporarily reserved from sale — Tanga«nl-alauga— Site for a State SchopJ, also excepted from occupation lor miniug purposes or for residenceor biisiness iinder Fany^'nfineP^ ;nghf.-'or business licence. — Four acres three roods thirty-nine perches, county of Bogong. parish of Tangam balanga, j commencing : at _the south-east au gle or ~ai lotuieht' 1^ of' se' ^t iifflf 1 5 7 — Applicationsfor licences approved — John j MoJyneuXj 15a, - -lrackandandah ; John ^Hughes, 19a., ]U^frdetord|; ^ohn. M.c Mahoii, ~ 3a., Taiigamlialanga ; *' * Wm. 'Brown, 75a, Tangambalanga. Application for. leases,, .approved . Bidget .Kane, 143a Jr Miirraraur- rangboug ; Thos. Cullen, 57a 2r lip, 3£u rrainurran^bon » ; ?P.^Sullivaii, jun., o4a 3r 25p, Bruarong. ^ - Application tor lease not granted — Frederick 1C. Trapp, 20a, Barwidgee. Impounded jtit Chiltern Shire Pouud, 13th ilarcH, 1891—1 red heifer, hald iace, branded AS off Tuni...

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

Railway Time Table. PROM MELBOURNE. a.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep.- — 6.20 2.55 4.55 Seymour ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 Wangaratta ... 12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs ... 12.4S 9.51 9.46 Ghiltern.. ... 1.6 10.11 — Barnavrartha ... 1.16 10.25 — Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ... 1.50 11.10 10.4S a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney, arr — 6.0 6.33 11.40 TO MELBOURNE. a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney, dep. — 5.15 — 9.0 Albnry (Syd. time) 6.10 6.50 2.15 Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 Barnawarfcla ... — ? 7.14 3.0 Chiltern. ; ... — 7.30 3.16 Springs ... 7.50 7.50 3.36 Wangaratta ... ? 6.57 8.19 - '4.7 Seymour ... 9.27 11.50 7,38 Melbourne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 jtYhtleford to evertox. '.? am. p.m. Myrtlefoi'd, -lep— 5 18 2.25 Pabuerston. ... 5.3 1 2^38 Bowman's Eoresfc ... 5.44 2.51 j Jiverton, ar — ... 0.8 3.15 : 'WODONGA TO BOLGA. ? a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodonga, dep — . 6.20 10.30 2.10 East A^aonga'... 6.35 10.45 2/20 Betlianga Road 6.55 11.5 2.36 Huon L tne 7.55 11.25 2.51 Bolga, ar— ... 7.40 12,50 3.16 ','rf.4„ , B0LGA TO WODONGA....

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FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

Fire Brigade. The recent remind ers of the dansrer to which the. lines of business places alone: either side of the street are exposed, through out breaks of fire, should result .in the formation of a fire brigade, and it should also cause us to consider ways and means of having a water supply provided. With water laid on the equipment of a brigade would not be a very expensive matter, but in our present position it would cost close upon £150. It has been urged by some that a brigade without a water supply would be useless, but with so many wells and subterranean springs there would be no difficulty in pro viding water it we liad a 'lire engine. At Warracknabeal some years ago a fire brigade was in exist ence without a reticulation scheme in i the town, and no underground springs — simply a creek. ~ W 3 are far more favorably situated, and means could soon be devised of procuring water. In our present position, there- I fore, we would require a fire engine 1 (costing £80 to £100), a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

. The Rev. A. J. 'J\ Johnson, PrCe Chris tian niinisfer of Ndith' Fitzroy~ 'TiSs 'coii- fesed to his pougrcgation that he has for years been living an immoral life. _ Miss U Jna 'Vahgh r. has obtained a ver dict for L500 daina^(.*?i against Mr McRae, M-L i., of Sydney,' for breach of: pro:n ise. ~r Mr 0diso i, the famous electrician, is harihg iJcb'hstructed in his factory a machine ior ihe treatment of relractory Oreai^and. he is said k» ~have great iaith in the efficacy of his process.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 March 1891

Local and General. Catholic Concert.— We need scarcely give a reminder of the concert and draw ing ol prizes to be held at the shire hall on Monday Evening. A good programme has been arranged, and as the concert tickets presented before 9 o'clock will give a chance in the drawing thefe should be a good attendance. The drawing committee met at the Athena»um on Wednesday night for the purpose of making arrange ments for conducting the drawing. Mr J. Dolphin was appointed chairman. The first question dealt with was unsold tickets and outstanding blocks. It was decided that in the event if auy blocks not being returned to the secretary by Monday evening at six o'clock for registration, the tickets in those books be excluded from the drawing. .. ' This action, . was con sidered necessary as the,drawing*could not be announced at the concert if unsold tickets were included, or it would leave a way open to fraud. The secretary stated that he. would at once communicate this resolution to all...

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