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

[?] a J - ghr^J „pr, i jn '' :|avox:of t.ircii jiuVi ? ? of this ; tile ia a' -Btpbborn.'l .-*»»;«? SStt^^ffiLttbje,;tncugi3, ,fe«t . . fctubborn, .and fraiocdThnlySo bo good. He never f ho wed nn v ETi&mo:! Vsiftit: sbta to keen house and liTe op to bis osHinQ iDEtincts of barking at seedy looking strangers and evincing a proper affection for the family whom he honored with his mamtcnance. Not very long since a young, relative of the . -amiiy undertook to teach Jack a trick. He was told the dog -was too stubborn to learn anything, it was useless to waste time over him ; 'but the more the obstacles - thrown in his way thie more the young man persisted, for he said it was time Jack knetv something, and he had juj3t taught his own tlcg several .amhsing 'tricks which Jack should and must ^cg^e^brthwiih.; Whereupon ha called ^JSol ' I'vajbegun snd must^go on now , or the 4og will be ruined ' was the stern re- ' ^ly. ^ - ' ? Finally, owing to the latgnesg of the hoar, the^diecmUm...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

v.y.c.c. / O !.._ I C E ilO\ DAY. iO(&-ApnL ?= to 5 pjcn. — ! - , Paiafe is Ualfi^ai. - - -' THTJBSD AT, s^i Apr3_ 4 bl sL— ; .-?: Tara^t Practice. H. HATWABD, OScer-i2-H3arge. PCBLtSETD '&kHi '' siiira&AT. I - ynjBp|rr tSF^ ? ? — ? ? 1 ? ? ? ? 4

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] Usually a [?] EX-[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

[?] p«B j|i$!fe?^ jffc sfesV ' i^vSt^fce8p^e,^ho observed everything else, wra^^-aiia-^cotdedfioiB^tjf-tbBpwinoBi1 ^ -&1eo.^:'lo:.;thjS.-fico-oUat':0f : me.^loSs? vcts/a?: tt»tau tuo BuiMiiutBa ui .tuo |P^|^^i^^':;ioflh6.:feiiitl jgradnally ex iia^inS tinvward, the 'picking ; at the bed-'- desbribed. ' ; j y f^S^^r Sbiae timebef o re de athindio ati ona of v,^^p^:?jkgwaie'' : -Bpeedib'; J ^^^Bk an jlsboied, the hands,- if raised. . ? p|l jfrtsijiaiitly, 4hs respiration is difficult, the ^?^®aVir4o868 iis poWer «o prppel- tho bloodto L' ^B^ai^Iamtny.mmatare Qozsethroughthe the voice^grows weak and -4hfe^ntr al 'nrgah ^sapg^H^nUtaon eomes to & Btop s fall. ;£JSpjp^Biad rthie stoppage means a dissolution/ 4sath,ofiold age, whichfew attain lllll^ny aa^pje^have -an, idea .that ^eatfa is, eveh^agonising, but ther^ f 5-sijy tti i ng ^^wiffiiOBiSBai tagaB QiBiOHioos ot tneiaciai P^aww^i^iilsS toot -; only -painless, .''bat -take ? -. ^lace^nconsoIouBly. In -many' instances, ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YA[?] RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

;' TH£ T A€Si3TI«k3T-iS Saii-Wat. Tfee Age or 1 Taesday pab- ; ? iisfees a vers- ' sensa&HSfil ar- ' iicle regarding the llse frrmi Taek^L- i dszEd£lfc.'s^d' 'wi$ich«ire pubMsii as '*a ; SB pplemprrf. . ? Ox cosxss tlie ~ Age' i takeg a delignt in espoeiBg' anomalies in rbe 'way of ra3wav -xmEtrtie*ioB- . azjd wiA rfespect to tbe Tackandas.- ' Gs,h railway tfcey faave been a.b!e to ] strike somecMsg- very spier. Tbe : evideBos elicited at- tbe recent Bail- ? way C-yrn tti * ssifyn. jh- dosbt. save tfeem tbe c^e - tfesr sag^^mg. je^ i tfee' ^ Ag4' Iffis (iibeloe&d 'is mA Be*' to tbe distrks. as wr msm ihs tfee : residesits|iiajMe .been ^aisaie tbat the ; is£Rsey was beiHg- frittered awar : whilst it was tt^pss to Trralry- aay ob servations in that directfon to rbe engiBeenag- smsL tbe Srst epporm an opmion was taken sd vantage of. viz_ Go tbe visit of tbe Commission. W hai tbe ~ Agre~ bas stated in regard to tbe engineering- blm-ders of tbe line is pretrv correct, and...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER III,— CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

IRoveltst. In Love's Crucible. By BERTHA M. CLAY. — ? CHAPTER III.- -Continued. 'Will you, Maida? — will you?' was the fclad, eager cry. ' Hear me ! Your father is known to the world as Sir Kichard Harileigh. He manied a Constance Faulkner. She was a b autifui girl, and she loved him with a passionate devotion, only equalled hy his for her. Heaven helped ma when 1 seemed powerless to help myself. He was of a madly jealous temper, and he suspected his young wife, after five years of happiness, of uu faitbfalnesswitlia friend of his. He killed the man and the wife fled from him, fearing him, even though she was innocent. He was too angry at j first to try and find her, but afterwards he learned in soma way that she had been true to him. and he tried to and her. 1 had been waiting for this time, and 1 watched over the fugitive woman, and in one way and another made her believe that he was seeking her to take from her her little daugh ter. He put detectives on her track, but cach time t...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

' '? .?????? - - -Sgjt' j| *TBTt« fOSD. &kr aadOfaB Bhtr Dtstncte. ^|i^§mSl'ij4lt»l»i4Tij'fet mf l«f'¥tii 'WflPOtlfc. ? p JhM' in MTKTLEFORD EVERY AiaBKSAXB axs&tmxz eS .:; TOB TBIT3TB~SXE^ -ftkiiLii. i. eoiiS^sii^Ts^baoii 390 aeres. tjxi£ffl^G^aalwiiS; ~ _ . Aacia0neer,_l)edfi®as^^- - J. W,Tliw^ites&:.Co. iJX' r. THWAITES Ic 00- wid bald . SALES o£ LIVE STOCK as ooB^ro^^»po^r , TA TJ^yGATTA.i«optU- aaMSrip . ? .:? , : lWfc. ISM. ' ^ TMJLASeATTA SPECIAL H0ESB 8U£.—£a?r« Kff. _ ? V _,. - ? .; ® Mayu : ? Pbsjw brrag S»i fv'sErjp, rf these ? Sties are req-E^sfeeS to' ' Sead ~fkD parti calarsas esaiv as possible to .ic °°rl I ? ? ? iLi— : — - '? ' ?- ' ? I Tallarigatta Monthly Market, f g ' n o^hi p-J, Satnrday, Xprll 2£&l, 1891. ; J' wV THWAITES & CO. Wsi'bofci} # tlaffr fjssaJ Ty Elongates Market at I the 3Sew XskrIs mt - *f*ame date. cammeae- :- it ig as 12 o'dock. whes they will yard — BEAI- of LOCAL -CATTLE* a [ -mo»i£n^e ? ppapotiiea bemg^ef...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

^WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.) HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH . ^ ,tti 'ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL )hu w house. frank Entra - Proprietor. KEGS to return thanks to the Public generally for support accorded him in - , mst, and hopes by strict attention to [heir requirements to receive a fair measnre ,f support every accommodation for A First-class CcrsiXE Guaranteed. ? Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. first-class Sample Room Bath, Ac. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. ? ? i STAB HOTEL, YACK ANDAN DAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah and publio generally,*' that be has taken the above well l^oown hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion & the requirements of bis patrons to receive a fair share of support. Fiist-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and | Spirits ouJy kept, ™ Yackandandah Shoein...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [?] SALLE AT TA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

[?] [?] laot^ Txi^sriK», as 'heinF, MaASIti, en weeaast of lbs Afesaaier, wfem cwht t6aa« reJKE^ .finrpneos. Thef d»«M. '*m 'J &tixne«ad Geaf^e Birfgra ESSDALE aiAEKET. ? I beldf ibeir osb*I _ w£imhfc3*zstet:-m |^*- I i^^laB€--Ti«eie;*ae aailaBfeBr eMl^l^r- | v»ii ; last tfea®e is reaJfeed gos»i irie^_i Ts^as^^^fSynSa^S^^ soi^-' ? iPbey^fe-' | fmsaS «af Mesare Haas OSSe. ?? I steera,. to 13 as ; yoaas esrtle. to £3 Ife. | : FBTTATE SALES. ,. r -f- T so aeeoKit of Mr El«ci K5ffc,, -rf H 1 c-w^ 30 aim. tud 53 Skis xbJ isti&fa i

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

[?] y«ria^hwe been hwrf far Aeanfit rfbi^lnt bodt &sve ib«»a4ei.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

TAWON&A.. — — :0: — — ? The- ' Observer ' correspondent wiites as follows last week :- — . Several miners from here have visited the new reefs discovered by Messrs -Petersen and cloan. They are about 20 miles from here, on the West side of the Ivittle Hiver, and about -5 miles from Cobungra Gap. Only two r*eefs have been -opened up as yet, and payable prospects were obtained fi*om : one The' stone is similar to* that in the reefs here, bat the gold is, if -anything, -of a poorer quality. Very little prospecting has been done ; in fact the country from here to the reefe has never been, 'fisted, oiving to its rough nature. Crushing was- commenced at Bid dington's new mill on Saturday, the first parcel to :be treated- being about So tons tru.ii Walker i and ^J^bspn'st«je.. ' : ' : was ^nish^1 iti jthis (dis trict - last ^ week, and, as was ex pected, the results were exception ally gooiL. ._ Oats yielded from 35 to 5d bushels peif averaging ; 4J, bushels. 5 Scarcely feiiy wheat...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Poetry. A LIFE SIMILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

Ipoetrp. A LIFE SIMILS. ? - » « o Bt j. j. This lite to me is like & book Of many-coloured page, And day by day we turn tlie leaves From childhood nnto age. Same leaves are like the snow-drifts No human foot has pressed, But these are few in number, The fairest — and the best. And soma are brightest scarlet, ~ Deep-dyed with drops of woe, Wrung frc-m 'the hearts of auSaiibg ones WJ10 naught bat sorrow know.: Some leaves are — oh, how golden.! - Gilded #ith beams of light, _ As thoagli the ' pearly gates ' had oped Upon our wondering sight. Others are soiled and blackened With finger-marks of sin, When, hearkening to the tempter, We've let him look within. And soma lie deep in shadow, ; So we can scarcely sec . The leaf on which we're gazing In hopeless misery. But red, or white, or golden, Or shadowed o'er with dread, Each leaf must have its turning, Each page be strictly read. O'er all the leaves God's grace can shed A clear and steady light, Dispersing all our mental gloom...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Saved From Misery. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

staved, From, Misery. ? ;o: ? Mrs Fanny Dent, wife of a gentleman employed iu the Lambton culleries, kindly allows us to publish the following facts of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which We gather from her correspondence aud which we shall be glad to allow any one tu peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs Dent has been in a state of extreme debility for twelve years, frequently quite unable to d-j any «rork, the lightest kind causing .great fatigue, with severe pains ia the limbs, back and left side. So severe was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down fre quently. Walkingpfexercise was very ; trying at.d she could only w-ds ? very tilowiy. she li*d long seen Oienieuts Tonic, ad vertisedj but : tike many, tnoie people, her .husband was piedjudieed against ?*' patent medi cines, ' but (now we . use our own words) ; '? 1 knew some one who had tiie4 Clements Ton e, and 1 dec.ded to get a ^bottle on tne quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect :i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE; [?] THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER VI,— (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

I Novelist. I Nell M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE : I, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. I By OLD SLEUTH. I„ trr ClIAPrER Yi. — (CoxTixt'iiD.) Iarnirg about, the csuticas man retraced lor abou* two hundred yards, and i. drawing h;s knife. cut a tn-ark upou a auc, s;cvbg along bjek^ard towards the L licni whs bee be tad started, be marked route upon a d ii'.reiit- tree, until the open n the ccrct-ar of this he was very partieu in makicg hi? m?rka, when, length. he e more t-tartcd fcr ti:e tavern. I !e reached the latter without eBcanat-cricg furlh- r uivenmres, and insured slso. to «fl back i;;io the rr.om from which Ls had en forth reme thite hours provjouely. arrived jast in time to escape cbierva , s.a dawn wa? jasi breaking. and the e a&c£t lbs tdv-rrs were br^inaicg to Fe arouse. ateia the forenoon the same Irishsan ) had had the straggle with Indicn Jf-ck ;red the bur-rcon;. Wei!, did yon h^ve a good breakfast?' =d the landlord. I did ; a buily one; and I was mighty i^ry, to...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

THE Yackandandah TIMES Published every Saturday, In time for early'mails, DUNSTAN & McKAY,! Proprietors. rPH£ YACKANDANDAH TIMES J- circulates throughout the whole oF the; Yackandandah Shire, and in theTowong, 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. i ! Its columns contain the Latest information relative- to Stock and Station Markets. 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 news and advertising medium in the YACKANDANDAH TIMES. Secretaries of football, cricket clubs and other public institutions ar...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

4 1 The mcHitMv ineetirs' ?'£ the a^vs- : was held at tbe— Shire oSss «se ; Thnrsday. Presenx — Crs B.-k-Earti- - SOti. rPresideEx). Beatty. Eot?i3S.3G_ ? Street, and MeDosald. »BE^sra®ixaoD 'Pn?m MSd.02. vespec^zz s ^ dep^tstfoa to the Ba3way ;? : sitters- regarding redsf^X'5tr ^ m rail- : : T^9^a*ter. The dase was sxed fbr Ax?r3 l-?th_ From secretary Sandy Creek; Saee. 5 : Ciub reqtiestins: perrr-i^s~ ~~ ~e- l»!d :. a race mee tins' 011 recrean~7s reserve ;oa April 14th. _ ? F^ts. Sesj^retarr. ? Pub lie nrsin. , Hepsrtmest resardir? plans sr. -a ; speeiscaricHis for & Weseiysr. Ckrrch- ? mrwaraiEg e»-py of the t-sperfcr-' s ; repeat and req^esti^g 10 he isform&i ' 'when rhe e.?~-iitiars shall hs~e bees I i-tgiTT-. I Frol^ JL 4ifatfcBSiS-3EE. feK3E*rc^T ? saaosssr fo»r sisrsatsre oz treasurer : xhe thirarin e^Kn^etrrlc-r: with tia^ssts ; '-e :; leaf for I^I?k^s- — ; From Ct-rr&sr»?ider:T S-Tar^i of ; A.dvice Se-h^^dtstneE 355ajw|^esrEi22 ;. the shire fMjetri...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. KEEG[?] v. DEDE[?] (From Our [?] Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

? - ?r-i1-;;. :??' :??*?? CEJC3 CE3& ^J' KEBGIWTAH v. 000^*3®' ? ? — -— u (Ff9« Omr Kjes#mr& € mre^sa^esn.) , ' A — mm pSaf^f few* **??? \ d«S* oo tibe 8ra^?lf52?i)s^ « zaaSssg wm the t& tefead the «scfc**»W; McKafer«» litfieflr«Batoff. SeWber te*a» «asre|»^ * g ? 1_r .i-ijar ?iirciTr BSOIS®' SilEBt seor^- klwszgi -d £feder«Jff. sbettesr^a® was rnsfe- C3r®«fc*^e jaafaiJ ffM&mrmgc are tfe sasee® - Dszxiis^ — IS % D-sk- FKS -asi . — —? r Tvsbey. Is Betbse. c - ' Jessfsf*. fe Beii — — Goossazi. b Bar&s - — — — a I E_ (^dkiR^ b. Bell .. T.~: , , r-./ J i M^ppay^b Bafflses , -f -j-. : j: r~ ** *A, BLa^s. ifBsras — Lissiabien. b Banss — — _* R. Black. & Barsff — — ^ McKilsp. oat ' I»ou bBsna tTBsna — ? : %«* — — ^ Totai — — — m KzsiccirraH. — Is isrir^s W. Thornier, b J»p — — 6 B- Crt»sh*ifee. b Jeae&p — If T. JMocrissv- b — 'l &M- % fea»^--c Bl^k 4 ?» T.Baras, scS cct — -- 'J E. Hwrsgly. b ^ssk ? — — i F. B^ras. b BSaek ? — ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Poetry. A DEAR LITTLE MAID OF TWO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

I poetry*. a dear little maid of TWO. pll pin ^oo song to ft nursery tuns 0; s dear little maid of two, ffao has peachen cheeks and rosehnd Hps And ens of a eofi: sea blue, iViih obsF3E o! a gleeful innocence Jbat are ripe at she age of two. cug jg not an angel, no, no, ro. Heaven be praised tor that ; jjiie ia fairly human from top to toe, i With limbs that are daintily fat, kcd where she trots, be it high or low, There is wealth of surprising cfaat. botaebodj's heart is strong and btave, [ somebody's love is true, L day. by eight, they are amply tried |j3y ibis litSie maid of two ; Rat somebody's lovo wouid never tire F Had it ten times more to do. Kat reward does somebody gei, Bear dreamer with eyes of blue ? Kb; , a smile, from the rcguieh pet, Rttnstr caress or two. each oi tftese is a heaven of bliss Brotn s svreet little maid iiku ycu 1 Bje, happy maid, 'with the sea -bright eyes, pni'.iie about my knee, Be lay tbat soft round cheek to mins, Had laugh in innocent glee : Ki eh...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW THE MONEY GOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

lion TME MONEY GOES. ? :0: ? (From the u Age.') Of the many political jobs that characterised the i-egime of the late Minister of Railways, perhaps the most glaring is the construction of the line from Beech worth to Yackandan dah. The line is only 12J miles long, but passes through such diffi cult country that it Trill cost £100,000 before completion, and the revenue prospects are so poor that it is certain the earnings will not even cover the wages of stalionmasters and gatekeepers. Two months have yet to elapse before the line will be completed, and it will then be the duty of the Minister of Railways to seriously consider whether it would not be better to stop short at a first loss and never open the line for traffic, rather than add to its enormous initial cost the permanent heavy loss that must arise from the annual charges ot maintenance and working expenses. The line is a striking monument «f pncrinpp.rincr «lnn^pi*s and inca.nflc c ? — j, r ? ? — ? r — ity, and furnishes ma...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

r*«ft . Gossttte. ? ? ? ' '-! Mirnuf I^ses a«*&-j exe^Silf^Aj [ Wsdlfeoej .-6a. 2r MSpi X^^a&d*adahl Wi-i [ R- HiAia.—,, - .' : tomf aae,M| i W^l^S^11 SZ' f bf|r [ O L S34»Sr lip -. 2f Mabtn Ya^aojUnaal^ S7a Ir Sip; J. J. Tuner, W-. I9t«2 3^p; Jw.T, IRatwB=o«, M JFtt l 1 «« ?« ,?§»* 3rlp; J Ab M*Ct iB» b, TaagiaabalaagL, 156* 3r %

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

/xkm/ (t njct iJ^n e^raX. ' ich of oJ Adyifs- w^jbfja yes terrfy it Slaie '^cfeoo^/tbere bei^ present: Mesm McBoasM. H*i=r snS was read from the Depsrtmenf tegMgiafe nrtsl of frmmg the ^Mr'Srhflil' r-Hhmarinr eost ai L2-L The comespoadea l remarked | thtt it «oald be doae for mocfa less locally | if tendered for. Tbe Head Teacher oi the | Saos«iy Creek State School wrote forward- 1 me letter from L*epartnieot in reply to| his sent a«kmg for repairs to tbe sefaooL| The oprrespoodent — and he 'h*d requested ^ Mr Griffith*, tbe (wSdmf iiwctor. to io- i fpsei the baildiog. aod that diy Mr j GriScbs told him be hod been oat, »mj| -tteMfe AnoMNtkciii «ni»it-fo4fa(rDapai&. - %itiv deofcis A1 GoBdcwt^%48fctte-«Scilbdl| rf$*mai&Sthxt certain repun may be eSec««ed to the : school baHdiu p, and w th e nodm of Mr Biig. eeexmdei by j£r McDonald, tbe Cor RspoadcBt ?» mstrncted to *ttead to same. Tbe Ooric^otidat {Mr MidbetBen) reported h*Tin« writtes to the Department s« Monday me...

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