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Sulphurous Acid as a Cure for Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

j Sulphurous Acid as a Cure for Consumption. ? :0: ? Consumption.— Mr Alfred J. Taylor, of the Public Library, Hobart, writes to the ' Argus ' giving an alleged cure for consumption. lie stated that 20 years a so he was pronounced to be suffering from consumption and quite accidentally he picked up a piece of newspaper containing an account of remarkable cures of consump tion by Dr Dewar of Scotland, tbe only agents used being sulphur fumes and sulphurous acid. He tried it and was completely restored to health. He gave several instances of cures effected where he had recommended this treatment to others. Mr Candler writes to the *' Argus ' as follows : — Mr Taylor's letter in the ' Argus ' is, I have no doubt, sub stantially correct. Indeed, the persistent use, after the manner described by Mr Taylor, of sulphur ous acid in the bedrooms of persons suffering from consumption would probably effect what is called a cure in a very large proportion of instances. JSay more than this, the ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Late Robert Watson. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

The Late Robert Watson. I The death of Mr Robert Wat$5tp| Engineer in Chief, relieves the way Commissioners from the of asking him to retire from the which he has filled for the last veal's, and though the question of fc||| successor has not yet been considers® it is nmhable that, as Mr J- W Derbyshire, who would prohaK succeed Mr Watson from his stan^ ill the service, wishes to retire, f W. Renneck will be selected charge the duties of Mi* Wats® office temporarily. It has been *? open secret for several mouths 1 ati infusion of new blood into * Railway Department was con^ plated, possibly by the import* of an Engineer in Chief from and rumours have been afloat * tlie Commissioners were in . .. munication with railway authoB ^ in the United States with a rie10j a suitable man being selected- ^ this point, however, no defi$ ^ formation is vouchsafed, 'r d certain that the cry ia ^ light lines and' slow speed ^ needed when the railways 0 ^ | future are being laid : Renneck has proved ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

Agricultural Statistics. $ ? :0: ? The following are the yields 01 is- . several shires in this district accord-1.' ing to the agricultural statistics published : — Yackandandah Shire. — Area iir/fc*' crop of wheat, 2472a: under oatVt||p 1329a: barlev, 23a : potatoes. 21l8;|||| hay, 1589a. ' Yields— Wheat, 35.i4o||| bushels ; oats, 34,296 bushels: bari#j||| 450 bushels ; potatoes, Sol tons : 1915 tons. - o Towong Shire. — Area under irlifs- -- ,-j 407a ; oats, 965a ; barley. 8:1 : Pot*f|f| toes, 250e : hav, 1431a. Yields-JiM Wheat, S730 bushels: oats. -'-'S bushels : barle3r, 212 bushels : tons, 1136 tons ; liay, 2411 tons. j Wodonga --liire. — Area under whet, _? , 339a; oats, 132a; barley, 1 0a ; 34 1 : hay, 62 (3 a. Yield— Wheat. bushels; oats, 2082 bushels: barley. lS^g bushels ; potatoes, 79 tons ; hay, $36 !aSl|||8

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sports at Stanley. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

Sports at Stanley. (From Our O wnOorrespondent. ) The athletic sports announced to take place on Easter Monday, but which, were postponed through the inclement weather, came ?- off very successfully at the Public park on Friday last. About 300 people at tended,5 ; rbut ; hgidi it -been generally known a mtich larger gatiiering. would havel assembled. The entries closed well, and the competition was j keen for the -various events. For - the principal event, the Handicap, eleven started out of 17 nominated ; it was won by Lee by half a yard, Buckley just beating Johnston for second place. Considerable interest was manifested in the ladies1 race, 20 starting, and it was won by Miss M'Elhenny. The lateness of the evening prevented some of the events being contested, those not decided being the Siamese race, Hurdle race, throwing the cricket ball, and Con solation race. The committee of management were, Messrs G. Kelly, J. Finnie, R. Burgess, Gr. Jackson, W. Johnston, and C. Rudolph ; ju...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mitta Mitta. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

jttit ta Mitta . I (From Our Own Correspondent.) I ^fter many years wandering around | . „rn':y I settled myself some i +*me ag° aL a Place nOw known as Mitta °Htta 'Village, b at some years ^-T0 as Snowy Creek, :j. very quiet sort 8f place then, but now in a fair way ?o become a large .mining centre, on I account of tlie large discovery ot tin jn and around the district, which ro raises to be a regular Eldorado for working miner, as up to tlie 'pre- sent there are about sixty fifty-acre leas« applied for, all of them carrying 1 jBore or less tin. I have had about a month in and around them prospect in?. and from what 1 see of them they are equal, if not better, than the famed Mount Wills, situated about thirtv miles in a direct line from here: in fact. I believe it is a con tinuation of the lodes found there. I have seen several, but not all the leases applied for, and in some of them there is a big show of tin stone, notablv those held by Williams and narty.* Alexander aud party, ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Beechworth prospecting Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

Beechtvorth Z* respecting Board. ? :o:~ ? The Beechworth Prospecting Board has received 86 applications for grants from the Prospecting Vote for 1891-2, the amounts applied for total ling £25,805. The following applica tions have been received from the Mitta Mitta and Yackaudaudah di visions : — Mitta Mitta Division. — (Quartz.) E. F. Pigott, Nil Desperandum Compauy, Bethauga, £1000. W. R. Robinson and Co., Border City, Grauya, £1500. John Jenkins and others, Dorothy, Dark River, £400. new ground. Wm. Polmear arid others, Logbridge Creek to Dark River, £250. Yaccaxdandah Division. — (Quartz.) James M'lntosli and others, Inde pendence, Twist's Creek, £150. A. Stone and others, Benvenuto, Hillsborough, £200. Edward Fanning, Shamrock, Sandy Creek, £120. Peter Peterson and others, Tawanga, Kiewa River-, £200. NEW GROUND. John Pettigrew and others, heads of Kiowa, £105. Archibald Clingin and Sons, N.E. of Twist's Creek, £120. Beechworth Division. — (Quartz.) In the allotments for the Bee...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

Egyptian Eye Salve is the only cer tain remedy for Sandy Blight and all dieases of the eyes or eyelids. It is pre pared from a plant growing near the great desert of Egypt, and being a vegetable preparation it possesses soothin g and heal ing powers different from all other oint ments. All sufferers are recommended to try it, as it never fails in working a speedy and complete cure, and testimonials telling of its miraculous properties have heen re ceived from all parts of the world. The genuine is protected by a Black Pyramid Trade Mark, aud is now obtainable of all chemists in Australia at '^s 6J per box. Agent tor Yackandandah, M. S. ROME. — Advt _________

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILTERN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

CHILTERN RACES. 1| The Chiltern annual races we^ ; held on Friday, the 3rd April, and ' passed off very successfully. The I weather was splendid, the attendaucg large and the racing good. The re. suits are as under : - 1, Trial Stakes, ot IU sovs. — « mander 1, Forest King 2, Blue Bri- 11 ton 3. Galloway Handicap, of 15 soys. — |g| Weasel 1, March Fly 2, Aristocrat 3. §5 Won by a head. Chiltern Handicap. — Fireman ^ Dancing Master 2, First Dawn 3. ^ Fireman and Dancing Master ran a ; dead heat, but in the run-oft the for- ^ mer won easily. jiy. Selling Race. — Naboclish 1, Doe foot 2, Larrikin 3. Won easily. Flying Stakes. — Ellery 1, Thorn 2, ' ? Weasel 3. Won by about four lengths. % Fakewell Handicap, of 1 2 sovs.— Adonis 1, Monsoon 2, Steersman 3. £a Won with ease. fe At Randwick on Satuiday last, Carbine won the A.J.C. Plate easily from Correze and Greygown. vy ! Tom Hales intends to retire from jp the pigskin at the end of this seasoa |l| on account of ill-health. The popular ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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BUCK JUMPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

BUCK JUMPING. A novelty, was . witnessed by between 400 and 500 persons in Messrs Dougharty and Parker's yards, Wodonga, on Thursday, the 26th March, in the shape of two buck- jumping contests, organised by a local committee. The bulk of the horses, which originally came from the Monaro district, if S. W had been purchased at the horse sale lately held by Messrs Dougharty -fc Parker and C. L. Griffith and Co. The entries were : — Messrs J. Spil lane, of Tallangatta, whose reputa tion as a rider is widespread ; A. Rixon, of Albury, Harrison Smith, of Chiltern ; W, Clough, of Wodonga (a local 'cabby'; J. Walker, of Corryong ; and Frank Mortimer, of Wodonga, for the heavy weight con test ; the judges being Messrs T. H. Parker, Mat. Michell and J. Darby. Rixon and Spillane divided first and second for the heavy weight, Har rison Smith being placed third. For the light weight section, there were only two entries, W. Douglas beating his opponent, A. Black, without much difficulty. The agr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. SANDY CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 April 1891

SPORTING. CRJEEK RACES. The animal meeting of the Sandy- H Creek Racing Club will take pla4 i next Tuesday on the pretty racecourgg K at Sandy Creek. Given favorably « weather, the meeting will doubtless H be as successful as of yore, for §1 gatherings under the auspices of the 111 Sandy Creek club are reputed far and fl wide for the enjoyable and generally ff§ satisfactory conditions ander which I they are carried out. The following, fl are the weights for the H Sandy Creek Handicap. H Glenloth ? 9 12 Eg First Dawn ... ... 8 6 H Solon ... ... 8 5 H Target ... ... 8 4 S Mabel ... ... 8 4 H Ben Bolan ... ... 7 7 SB Little Ben ... ... 7 2 H Moonambel . . ... 7 0 Iffej Hat Rack ... ... 6 10 K|

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Opening of the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

Opening' of t'lte Railway* The Yack;andandah Railway Line lNSPECTED.rr— JOii- Friday afteraoono Mr; R. H. Francis, traffic manager, with Mr Lunt, engineer of existing lines, Mr Bowden; disti-ict infepectfc»r' of station buildings, and ' Mr Moule, district traffic superintendent, and 'Mr-. Norman,; i .district inspecting . engineer, arrived in Beech worthy and officially inspected the railway line to travelled in the departmental carriage drawn by^,. a, - Government ^ , engine. The party' Were'' 'acbompalii'ed by Councillor Allen and by Mr Geo. Pallett, tbe qontractor ; for ..the con struction of the line, and on the way ?made' notes ..of requirements at the Wooragee ~ railway-station. The smoothness with , which the train ran was commented' pn most favorably, and : the official 'visit-ors expressed warm satisfaction with the manner in which the work under contract had ' been carried out. ' The large bridge ' over Commissioners' Creek will, be completed about 'Wednesday next, and the...

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Yackandandah Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1891. (Before Messrs J. Rowan, P.M. and John Haig, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

- YacJcandandalb Police Court. ; Ji MONDAll; APRIL 13,-il&9jM ' ?- i q t i-rrr. — ^ 1 ; ? ; r I i « I 0 vrv-'sii - (Before;Messrg J.i . iRowani ' and^ John Haig, J.P.) M } . Mr Alexander McCombe having beeii duly^vopdjiiiiby ^e-P-M.3y to^k jbis seat on the Bench. Toy Ken- v. John Ryan. ^ D^fe'ndaht - Wasifcharg^T^t&*3j^&v5-S| ing, on the 7tli: March; tbfoWn- stones j at the plaintiff. mi* flrerry^ ,oi iJtJeecnworwi, fippeayeg.i f or plaintifi'. . J-:- I L - :? ; Toy Ken (being sworn through Nam Shing, . t interpreter), ^ ,de^ogpd that he was a vegetable g^dner, liv ing near Tackandandab. Saw defen dant near Airs. Martin's hotel on the day tke assault was ' committedi i£Se^ was tbe man be pointed out to Senior Const&ble.' /OaTrollo pn .tie^tlij Mjardu; Defendant threw tbree stones at Mm ; the first hit the cart ; the second one came near him, and he then got out of i the. cart^ -when. 'the' thirds Stpixe* missed bini, and bit ? thfe Horse: ; ] He asked...

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Fu[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

Fmtaiosliifg. ^ ' a. 'f;t. mr.nirce 1 ;.t? a tsUr-» - t!!: in. :Prim«c — ' I.Vks he fc« 1 1 :« ,.d S cur.di s- - ' i'a- re i- ? ..i' ; Br'.v.n-'; C*n I si-i! \ov a In-*..?* Yon can general iy get a W ;ife by making yourself familiar bee. *ltb.iJ| ' We can't leave for an hour.' H Woynot ?' ? ' My wife has gone into the kitchen f ill second.' Smiley-' Now, remember, I don't IB a very large picture.' Photographer ' All right, sir, then ^,'H close your mouth .' ' t®|| If a man serves him faithful!? 5;x ^ ™ the week the devil doesn't care dBf whether he goes to church on Set Bight,—' Do you belong to iB church J' inquired the clergy njaa c{ janitor. ||p ' No,' replied the janitor ; '' tbe c JI1 belongs to me. IB More than she asked for : ' ilrs. Spr,r,f;il| — ' Will yon love me just as mucb.da^H when lam old?'' Mr. Spooney:' More. Lydia; yon^os-iSji1 eo silly then.' * '|tSv£ ' Did youtip the .waiter?' aeledaj^lfi in the House restaurant of a new-con^ f ' Ko ; but I felt as if I'd like to...

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A Hunting Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

JL Hunting Adventure. William Christopher, a well-known farmer of Stockton, California, arrived in town eome time ago with a curiosity in the shape of the skull of a monster wild boar which he had killed in the tnles near the head of Twenty one-mile Slough the week before. The circum stances attending the killing nt the ? ? o ? ? — q ««v wuimai are as follows : — Early in the morning one of the men em ployed on the Christopher ranch armed him self with a shot-gun and went into the woo3s io search of game. He had not pro ceeded far when he heard a noise, as though some heavy animal was forcing its way through the thick tanple of the scrub that grew on either side of the traok. A moment later the hunter was startled by seeing an enormous wild hoar step from the brush a few feet in front of him, and effectually blockade the beaten track. The animal ap peared to be as muoh eurprised as the man, ' and stood for a few seconds gazing at the hunter. The latter turned and ran for a small wil...

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Fooling with a Panther. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

?: Jfydliiig : M Whrn I was a led of tfn,' fays ? ,1,; 'Smiifi'-ea c)d &**?*'* tf ; fatter it moved to this state frcm lsew ii -c - ?lHis'di.aB*' -ahou*:' -three ; n^ea *--0 Mjiditon. Tiiepkicc was aTrlllsge tfcen, *V a raiall one at that, and 1 remesiber out seeing a deer running down the main 1 trt with {t-dezen dogs after him. The road In ) 2 ' ? J*./, ttrea liiilfl hfltt tno viuage io oui — than a path. There were only two iarniet j having oxen and waggons, and so there ' wat little use for roads. Jaet at the edge of the woods outside of the village was a leg barn : belonging to a storekeeper named Roberts. That was the last building we passed gflng j home, and the first one come to as we entemi : the village clearing. From that stable to my father's house, three miles, there was only one break in the 'forest, and that was only a ten acre clearing. «' After having passed over the route several times with my father, I was permitted | to travel it alone when anything was w...

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Church [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

r. -S«rdl JToh'ce#. ^ - Tie' f«Sff*r*^ «rc liae «o«s9e' apra^e roesto' emcte w^ie site iiTir lit— iiTiii^rinaff for Sasa^cf jaeEt ; — '' ^TESLBTAS CSEBfM ^?*:-- ';. ^???4' j i Iiihlij lib. iai^at^v: - s» ^fg i Myitl^anL T p.*.

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The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

[?] Conts.^'i or:? Vise r. : s — firkcri j iy sicteti fi^vtr is very I cor-taj.' .il.'a'-* ;is^eocHi'*-J--.'y supfOffiJ *t iLTJch lessi, in ibcf , Ihan ' sye&eles.and whocp ing cough ; and jn ytooi 6t his - {.inion, he : ciUs the if.ct that, while it is tho rule for ^ tncasles and whooping coogh to affect all the 1 children in a household, scarlet fever usually : limits its attacks to one or two. even though j there may be others who have never had the ' disease, and are therefore presumably eascep- i tiblei There is one point which the doctor it seems to ns, does not lay sufficient stress - opon ; and tbat is, that, while parents dread Eo&xlet fever,' tbey have but little 'far jA measles or whooping cough, and, being in fluenced by that popular, pernicious and i Joolifrh impression that all children must at some time of their lives have these latter discs see, tbey take no pains to isolate the sick from the well, as they do if tho disease be scarlet fever. The write...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

PEESBTXEEIASCeHECa. Pit ' -j'a ? Bet^.F. EriiJtgrr. -'f: B«fc Cr&efc. 3 p.ra, ? ? '? — 7 p.m.

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CONVICT DAYS IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No. 2. THE FATE OF SAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

[?] VAN DIE MAN'S LMiO. \Ia1-L RIGHTS RESERVED.l ; Ino. 2. ? : — : — »— -— — ? — ? — ' THE FATE OT? SAMSON. The growing importance of Hobari Town in 1825, when Colonel Arthur assumed the post of Governor, made that gentJemanJook around for a more suitable place to establish the convict prison. In 1825 the populatioi. ofHobart Town was 9000, of whom Lali were convicts, and in lS30 this number had increased to 12,000. The free people were j gradually squeezing out the land and a con vict -settlement in the heart of a large town j was not at all desirable. Of course, as ser- | vants, these convicts were utilised, but that was oniy because none other could be got. ; It w»s not pleasant to have in one's house- j hold {as a, gentleman of means from England : ^rho spent a jrear ih Hobart Town with hia wi&'mhJ family had) a burgular for groom, a tot,, 4l[e S6;a1be^idfseafi;r..i A glaHee'at a map will^t once show that ^his peninsula is like a - doable eardrop at tached to the sontb-e...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. P.J. WE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

CHTECH or ENGXAXD. : ?? Bev. T. -jr. Weiget.' . ^ Y«efaiRtfv«p4s'?f^ 1 1 ' ?._m mrm 7 p» . . ABojfs Flsf, 3 p.m- ' ,~a ??--??

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