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RIFLE-SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

fil AzAearii'I &66i5itbM TacfeandSridah } 'Rifle Club proceeded ,to , Beech worth 6n Saturday for the purpose of shoot ing against the Beechwortb club, but tbey : had 1 .to.- 'return 7 idisappoibted. ? |Tbe visitors arrived on the range at half past 11 o'clock; when -they were received by the, secretary, Mr Darton, and Mr Petty. It was arranged that, 'the Tackandandab; meh j should fire: first,- and that the local men would .shdbt later on in the day. ; Accord ingly the visitors commenced work and got through by half past' 2 'o'clock: By this time two or three fiiore of the local teami reached , the ground, in cluding the vice-captain, . who requested to.be -allowed tp complete - tbe'matcb'tbe following. Saturday as they could not get a. team- together. .Th§ jCaptain of the visiting team_ -ufter. consul ting, his^ ,-hien objected to this ? -as the.: j weather the ; following Saturday might- be - different. They ?preferred cancelling the ' match, and '&UgwjngVttTie' ;...

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

BAMD -?F ROPE, The rsorrthly sricial or 'tbe Band of' Hope was held in -ibe-. Shire Hall oe Friday, the ICkit ApriL . . Mr- Takie oeeapied ;tfe&{ cfcsir. T^bene was k very good attest anee. sedan iniere^l iaar t-ro@raEEH»e was r s^sae tferossij Tfee occa=£on coald sl=o fee as a farewell to '-Sev. J: T.-edifr-^ ;aieiE i=g^Tw' it wis lus bst uzeezmg. ! The programme cf tlie evenin-T was f opened wife' se over&re by Miss : Beatty. very is^^iesmsfealii. prayer by. the Eev.. J..H. XrediTiEick. i 'cfeotir gav^ a terdp-?rfei£e- chTr^is The ehainsaa thes ' m?,&e 3 few re- ?? ?marks trporr ' 'matters generally, after ; which. Miss Xette sang-. ,? i The HevI ' J. Tredrrniek followed wiriLnaE. sdoses. ana at -die Goaclnsisei, ; he referred t»- his - deparenre with | feelings of regret, scd hoped that the ' Band of Sspe wpaii-eanTjnne terpros- ; per. Affe€6r as,«di£#. ekdpas* W the - choir a very mtere^iag dialosue took 1 place, sfee r^peeave cfcaracsers jbem? well susta...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation Convention. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

Federation Convention The final action in connection with the 'first definite step .towards the federation of the: colonies was per-, formed by -the National Federation Convention at Sydney, on Friday. The bill to constitute Australia a commonwealth, in the framing of which- the repiesentatives of the several colonies have been engaged for between five or six weeks, was brought for adoption- and subsequent inference to the colonial Parliaments. Some of the delegates had already left on their return .journey to their respective colonies,, and consequently on the assembling of the Convention at li a.m., . only about 30 members put in an -appearance to take, part; n the ceremonies of the ' speech daF' ' f°r snch 'it may be termed. Vj^e strangers' galleries were filled, an(j amongst the spectators was £}ardinal Moran, who is said to take a T^arm interest in the proposed Federal union. On the motion for the adoption of the Constitution Bill, the President Sir Hemy Parkes, delivered an ad...

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Sandy Creek Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

?' r , m ^ „ .e« fe -#* ®»?* n S» Tali^ Ifct.' .eobst.«fci* was «fall sad tfewtfflbg sa tieaweasas. j aad tbowefj is the aiteraswo-uhere- «a* a. E©wg ^tendasee. Eterytfass^ parasl weB save a siisht aoMeat m, the, CSaawIa-. j i«£HKXv;Ae'i SeMs were &irfy ssoaaos. aad gar* i eo® ll^s were asdaesd. Tie exsepSioH w»3 is the ptiiacip«l .the. jrajpap.g^ tbcndicap. for wfsicfe tasty : two -featsg£-e£rf'«te#,v»iz- GiessEotlj and Deo ? e-jarse beia£ a f -re- rompea.s haxae a riiicsfos^y e^sy wisaer. ! m fact is eowld ss-*t. be cpltei a rae& Tl^lollbriojiiet&e' re»its r— Uta-=n Bsie — Fnsi Ea^esaswinar I, Patae Bras.' Jong 2;-Hafe' Bisasrck S Tkkle also started. Woa easily. Sasniy Creek Hiodka^, -K. 25 «»|rs. — J. ?Sethe^easE's-' firleoloth * h' £. Las^s Bea Bolas i. . :f^ggayfiw|-^ , P,-:BqppanTs SstioB l.». 'Evan's Little Bsi2. R. Dmai BKsodX- Wa&Kanali J. .-iSsfea, Gad-^e GieEroy. ' ' Ravessteih. 'BH-r :?. 'D^y (xles asd. Kiasa also sarted. W-sa by a o-sspSe...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

t WA If SIDE NOTES* jr-s oTS r% x I ^ ... I Jfc Ballarat is making a record for death sentences. Bourke, the Hamil ton murderer^ aw|L^ii^gjr execution. On Friday Jpps le^enced to death for the murder of his wife and children, whilst on Saturday Wilson ally assaulting a v child or tended years. Respecting Bourke and the allegatioJs- ! o£ bis spiritual' adviser that he is an imbecile, tbe public have not had any opportunity of judging, but the examination of the medical men told off for this purpose will, no 'doubt, reveal whether he is or is not. As to Johnson, tbe tragedy if per formed by a man in his right mind calls for tbe exercise of tbe most .rigorous.'pjinishment o-ir . [law ; pro vides ; but on the other, h^ud if J olm son was temporarily insane, he has ^ince his recovery— suffered enough without laying down his life for tbe actions of a madman. If Johnson ,was in his right mind when he per formed the deed his subsequent con duct would brand him a hardened wretch, and he copl...

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Kiewa Races. President—P. Street, Esq. Vice-President—D. M'Leod, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

Kiewa Races. President— P. Street, Esq. . Yice-President— D. M'Leod, Esq. Stewards — -Messrs. E. Trumann, J. Law 4on, SI: Mitchell, J. Denny, J. Coult-ton, T. Walsh, J. Ghapple, W. M'Kibben, Jolio : Lloyd, J. M'Donald, H. Street, W. H. Stuckey, Johu Eeid, T. Ne\an, L. E. Stuckey. — The -annual races in connection with the; Kiewa Tui f .Club were held.on i riday, tne 10th April, and passed off very success- , fully. The. weather was : all that .could be desiied, and a . large attendance wa«. the result, there being visitors from Wodonga, Tallangat' a, . Yacbandaudah, Sandy Creek, and the various settlements jip .the Kiewa Valley.. The numerous entries for . tie different events caused no, email amount of interest to be taken in the . races long before the appointed day, and when it waB ascertained that almost aE the horFes accepted the general conclusion was that there would be a good day's racing. In this respect the visitors were not disapr pointed, for in every race there were goo...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

[?] (From Oar Owii 1 J ~iyrr, Munro ?: may :be, excjased if . at times his attention wanders from the business tthat is/ kow« i^upjit^r;%e time; j»f i {tine members of, t^.e s Federal Gonysention at Sydney;// There are two other tilings which must oc casionally -?ross -his- mind-and compel frim to think about both. ' Time and tide wait for Jio nian,i and Mr Munro has missed -the tide and let the time go by when tie Victorian loan should have been floated'. It bad become the fashion— and a foolish fashion it was1 — to believe that, when ever a Victorian Treasurer wanted money, he had onl} to hold up his finger in order to have . British capitalists at his feet. Another illusion was that he had only to name his own price for his scrip, and that the capitalists aforesaid 'would cheerfully pay it. And still another illusion consisted in: the :f act. that that state of things would last for -ever ? Some such belief as this probably had a deal to do with the undoing of Mr Duncan Gillies. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 April 1891

i : ? i : ' I ? ' i « . -? - ' ; i ?. :i. ? i . i . . - : ? i . ;;; : A 'Tit cases of neglect on the part 'of the Xii Census Cdllechjrs' should be reported withbut'd'ela^ Statist. 3jette'r8 ' addressed to 'the ' Government Statist,' Melbourne;'5 and ; marked outside with the word '* CENSUB,' and all tele grams similarly addressed. beaded iwith the word ' CENSUS,' are .delivered FREE of Postage or. Charges. HENRY HEYLYN HAYTER, , . ? : i i i v j - - j Government Statist., ; ; Office -of !tbe Government Statist, - Melbourhfevfitb April,M891. . : ijentistey. ? B. C. Marriott WATSON, Surgeon Dentist, FORD. ; STREET, BEECHWORTH. ; -s ' ' EAcH.'1' Artificial Teeth ... 10s 6d. Stopping . . 7s 6d Teeth. Exttacted ? ? . 1 5s. ' MR. WATSON ' will visit' Yatikand andah Monthly, and may be Con-r suited' -at Entba's Waterloo Hotel. Next' Visit— TUESDAY. APRIL. 21st, 1 - From 3 a.tn. to 4 p.m. CHILDREN'S TEETH REGULATED ARTIFICIAL TEETH a SPECIALITY T0NS0RIAL ARTIST. Tobacco, -Gigar-& ^ -...

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The Upper Murray Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

The Upper Murray Building Society. The directors of the North-Eastern and Upper Murray Building Society have decided to recommend that the institution be wound up, and the secretary (Mr Jones) is now engaged in the preparation of 'a balance-sheet for presentation to the shareholders. In making his recent examination into the affairs of the Society, the auditor (Mr Paine) discovered that many of the ixiost essential books were missing, having benn destroyed in the late fire. Those books mast be replaced, and the different accounts re-opened, before a proper audit can j be made. The institution, which has only been existence about fourteen months, has not been a prosperous concern. From the start the expendi ture would appear to have con siderably exceeded the income. Al though the experience of the society had been unfortunate up to the present, many shareholders still think that, under different management the institution might become a suc cess. The working expenses of the society ...

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Wine Making on a Small Scale. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

JV iite Malting on a, Small Sea 'e. To make a dozen bottles of wine, take 301bs of grapes crush them in a vessel capable of containing no less than four. or six gallons placed in a cool place. In two or three days or less if the weather be hot, fermenta tion will commence, when the skins, and those grapes 'hat have escaped crushing, will begin to rise to the top, and a thick crust will be formed, which will gradually rise, perhaps so far as nearly to reach the top of a four-gallon vessel. The operation of nature is accompanied by a bubbling noise, which is discontinued as soon as the first fermentation is complete — a process which may occupy from j the time of crushing two to five days ] according to the weather. When I this fermentation is complete, I separate the juice from the skin, &c., j by drawing off a little about the j bottom of the cask or by straining. There should be from tbe above quantity of grapes more than two gallons of juice. After filling the the two gall...

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Saved From Misery. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

saved From Misery. ? ? Mrs Fanny Dent, wife of a gentleman employed in the Lambton collerie?, kindly allows us to publish the following facts i-f her interesting case and -wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence and which we shall be glad to allow any one to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs Dent has been in a state of extreme debility ; for twelve years, frequently quite unable to d-- -any -vork, the lightest kind causing g-ieat fatigue., with severe pains in the limbs, back and left side. So se»rere was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down fre quently. Walking exercise was very trying and she could only walk very elowiy. She hid long seen Clements Tonic advertised, but dike 'Baany more people, her husband was piedjudiced, against ' patent medi cines,' but (now we use our own words) '? I knew Some one who had tried Clements Tcinic, and ! decided to get a 'bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought something »...

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SANDY CREEK. MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

~ SAN&JT CREEK. ' MINING 2fOTES. Our Correspondent writes : — Brid- dr^i?s Grasshopper reef is just on the, point of siarting afresh, after being idle for sdhte six months— Owing to deldy in gran'&ng the ' leasp 1 applied | for about that time back. The last crushing went very well, -and an j excellent face of stone exists on which to make a) start. If this reef, j which is withouib' doubt the best yet ; -opened . on: the Creek, were d'-wn ! another -hundred feet or so, a fair idea of the 'mining future of Sandy Creek could be formed. And there seems nothing in. the way of equally : rich deposits occumng a,t 300 feet1 rather the reverse. M'Glenchy has made a fresh start in his ' Lockhart's Creek reef the tribute having terminated. The , ;stone raised on tribute is - being now ] treated, and .the yield is expected to be about an ounce to the ton. The prospects of the claim are very good, : though the water may be a little troublesome. Notwithstanding this drawback, we...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Our M elbonrne Letter. . ? : ? ? V- ? ' : ? ; ..1 . (From O iy Qvjni jG/Qri-e^pondfent.) the nomintee of tlie Trades Hall douncil lias .been returned for Collmgrwood . bv a -tiajoritjr. of oV«r' 500. Tlie numbers at Friday's poll were IT ancock 1682, Wilkm-;, 1154, 'Field 1122 Maxwell 437. Hancock prior to tlie meeting held bv the' Trades Ha^l to nominate a candidate was. or appeared to be, verv un Tvillincr to stand. Of coarse tliere might have been. method in this un willingness. -Flynn, the Socialist, -was ready, and Fleming, the uuetn ployed leaf1 e \ anxious ; but Tieither' was nominated. Andrews the benevo lent, who srave big donations to the strike funds, beamed on a front seat, where everyone could see him, and yet they overlooked him. G. E. Jones dropped in casually at half time, and took a seat in the body of the hall, but the cheers were not forthcoming-. When nominations were asked for, one mild voice said ' Jones, ' and the - burly chairman, who did'nt quite catch the d...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

GRAIN MARKET. Messrs Dalgety and Co. limited, report ! — At our usual weekly sale of grain we j offered a catalogue of about 4500 bags to a ] fair attendance of the trade, and with good ; competition succeeded in placing the larger' portion' of our offerings at the following rates : — Wheat : Prime milling, 4s lOd to 4s 10£d ; medium, 4s 4d to 4s 6d ; bleached, 4s to 4s 3d ; inferior and faulty, 3s 6d to 3s lid. Maize, 3s ex wharf. Oats. Mixed sorts, Tartarian, 2s Id to 2s ljd ; Danish, seed, 2s 6|d ; feed, do., 2s 2d to 2s 4d; stout, 3s ; Algerian; Is lid to 2s ; inferior, IsSd. Bar ley : Prime malting, 3s ; medium, 2s 5d to 2s 9d ; thin sorts, 2s to 2s 4£d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Special Medical Notice. Mr H. E. Kugelmann, CONSULTING HERBALIST and ECLECTIC, Of 172 and 174 William -strest J)leiOouj*ne. -? In Order that all suffe ers ia Riverih:i and Junee District uiay be abl ? to obtnin ttie benefit ..f Mu KUOEL MAIN'S undoubtai 6kiil, he visits the f-d)o«vi«isJ towns regularly every month, aud may be c m-suited per as uuder. ALBURY— -(N.S. W.). — At tne Grlobe Hotel. Hour-! : 9 a. in; tut I. p.m, only, on Satur days, 17ih January — 14th February — 4t Match — HthApdl — 9th May — 6th June, i COWRA (IT.S.W.). — At tbe Fitzroy Hotel oh Wednesdays, 14th January— 11th February -llch March — 8th April — 6th May — -3ri5 June. COOTAMUNDKA (N.S.W.).— At the Albiou Hotel. H-'urs: 9 a.m. ti!18 p.-n. Oil Thursdays, 15th January— I2tii Februarys — 12th March —9th April — 7th May — 4th June. WAGGA WAGGfA (N.S.W.).— At the Criterion HoteL Hours : 10 a.m. till 5 p.«. ou Fridays, LGtli January — 13th February — 13ch March — 10th ' April - Sth May — 5th June. If preferred a S...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

kjlixirclh * TFoticcs. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with1 the different denominations for Sunday next : — WESLEYAN' 'CHURCH Rev. W. H. Feebeb Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and,7prm. Allan's Flat,* 3 p.m. w -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

NOTICE^CElfSUS OF 1891. A LL cases of neglect on the part of the r\ Census Collectors should be leported without delay to the Government Statist, Letters addressed to the ' Government Statist, Melbourne,' and ma ked outside with the word ' Genm-, am: all telegrams simila'ly addressed headed with the word ' Census,' are delivered free of postage or charges. ' . HENRY HEYLYK HAYTER, Government Statist. Office of the Government- Statist, Melbourne, 6th Apiil, 1891. BLANKETS. BLANKETS. WE HAVE JUST IMPORTED AN EXTENSIVE SUPPLY of BLANKETS FOR THE WINTER TRADE. H. SENGELMANN, Furnishing Emporium, Beechworth. ~ DENTISTRY. B. G. Marriott WATSON, Surgeon Dentist, FORD STREET, BEECHWORTH. EACH. Artificial Teeth ... 10s 6d Stopping ... ... 7s 6d Teeth Extracted ... 5s. MR. WATSON will visit Yackand andah Monthly, and may be Con sulted at Ektba's Waterloo Hotel. Next Visit— TUESDAY. MAY 19th, j From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ! CHILDREN'S TEETH REGULATED ARTIFICIAL TEETH a SPECIALITY TONSORIAL ARTIST. T...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. F. ELLIOTT. (Farewell Sermons) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. F. Elliott. (Farewell Sermons) Yackandandah, 11 a.m.aiid Jpm Indigo Creek 'State School, 3 p.m.

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Mitta Mitta. Snowy Creek, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Mitta Mitta. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Snowy Creek, April 19. In my last I wrote touching the death of Mr T. Petersen, of this place, which took place at Kiewa. His remains were brought to Snowy Creek, where they were followed to their last resting place, beside his father in the Granite Flat Cemetery, by a large concourse of friends and relatives, who paid the last sad rites to his remains — Bequiescat in pace. I have not a great deal of news to send you this time. Our new tin finds are about making a start, a company having been formed by a Mr. Davey, who has purchased some of the blocks, and will start to work, I am informed, this week. I, for one, wish them every success, which I think they are pretty certain to ac quire. As we have one company on 1 the move, I do not think it will be long till we have more, as there ap pears to be no limit to the tin I country. So far as I can hear, the whole of the country between here j and Mount Wills is taken up, or ' likely to be, so t...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wbight. Yackandandah. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wooragee, 3 p.m.

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