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THE "AGE" IN REPLY TO THE RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

THE 'AGE' INT REPLY TO THE RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. The ''Age' in Tuesday's issue criticises the reply of the Commis sioners, as follows : — Galled by the forcible recital in these columns of the glaring blunders connected with the construction of the line from Beechworth to Yackan dandah, the Railway Commissioners have been stung into makiug an attempt to reply to the charges laid , against tb em and their engineers of incompetency, extravagance and idiotic blundering. It is well they have done so, because it is at once removes all doubt as to the sincerity of their convictions when they laid out the line and decided upon its equipment, but at the same time it does not get rid of the fact that the men who could support such an j outrageous work are totally unfit j to control any railway department. It would be interesting to read a special report on the line from the hard-headed, shrewd business men of the sectional railway committee j which traversed it on the 3rd March ] with a view o...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

v.v.ac. ; ? / ? ? '*0; ; T . I C . . ? E : THURSDAY, 30th April, 4 p. in. — Target Practice. Hi H AY W ARD, Pfficer-in-;Charg-g.; V 'latliamfaitffal ^inrts ( With Supplement.) PtTRLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. j SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1891.

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The Beechworth to Yackandandah Railway. THE DEFENCE OF THE RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Th&~T$e&chivort1h. to &-i6l(iian-d*in- tl*ih 3EUi4\w-iy. ... »v. . THE DEFENCE OF THE RAILWAY department; (From the ' Argus.' ) ! Sbme^abfenixi -erroneXjus statements with regard to tlie Beecliwoi'tli to XackaDdandah railway having' been published, official reports, have been furnished on tbe. subject giving tbe actual facts. To begin with, tbe following statement was made about a bridge over Gomtnissioner's Creek : *' Over £5,000 has been sunk in this* job, wlien 'all that was necessary was to build a granite wall on each side of the watercourse and span it with iron girders. The cost would have been about £2.500 less.' Here is tile answer of the depart ment. The bridge to cariy the raihvaj' line over the Commissioner's Creek and a one chain road diversion is ll openings of 20ft, and will cost complete about Ll.700. Eight openiugs at least would have been requir-ed lor the creek without the road, and in no other way could the creek aud road h«ve been provide...

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

Auctions. ? T. A. Knaggs. T. A. Krraggs, AUCTIONEER, .. [V. --W ? j r-vT. ? ^ ?? MTRTLEPOBD. HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Sale in various parts of the Kiewa andO\rens,Eiver|i-istricts.|- : r f REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY «...,,.,...ALTERNATE^tJiil^DA.Y;-— DEDERANG ~ ? ? SALE. — ? ^ J ; istexi? i s j&MM' } J ? WEDNESDAY, May 6th. I ENTRIES are requested at oiice, so J that due publicity may be given. T. A. KNAGGrS, Auctioneer, Myrtlef ord. FOB PRIVATE SALE. T? ARM at Kinchingtoh-s Creek, JD containing about 300 acres. Apply : T. A.KJSTAGGS, Auctioneer, Dederang. J. W, Thwaites & Co. T W. THWAITES & CO. will hold V , SALES of LIVE STOCK as under : — YACKANDANDAH MARKET.— Satur- day, May 9th. ESKDALE, monthly market, Monday, May, 18th, 1891. CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, May 23rd. TALLANGATTA SPECIAL HORSE SALE. — Early in June. Persons having Stock for any of these Sales are requested to send full parti culars as ea...

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

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.) high street, yackandandah. old established commercial HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. BEGS to return thanks to the Public geuerally for support accorded him in the pastj an(i hopes by strict attention to their requirements to receive a fair measure of support. Ei7£EY ACCOMMODATION FOR A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and I Spirits, kept. first-class Sample Room Batli, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. booking office for beck and LOWE'S COACHES. STAB IET O T IE I_.7 YACKANDANDAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah aud public generally, that be has taken tbe above well known hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M....

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

CORRYONG MARKET! j. W. Thwaites & Co. report haying held their usual monthly sale at Corryons ] on the ISth inst., when they yarded 1041 head of fat and store cattle to a goo3 attendance of buyer#. Biddings at com mencement of sale were brisk, but toward the end slackened considerably. They suc ceeded in disposing of about 400 head, at prices satisfactory to vendors. Quotations : Fat cows, £3 15s (inferior) ; bullocks^ to £6 ; store bullocks, 3 and 4 years, from £3 16s to £4 15s. the latter being forward con ditioned ; store cows, from £2 10s to £3 5s 6d ; cows and calves, to £3 15s ; 2 and 3 years old steers, from £2 2s to £3 4s 6d ; poddies, from J61 to £1 16«. At the above prices drafts were sold for Messrs ? J. B. Car keek, fen, J. B. Oarkeek , - juu.,~ John Craw ford, R, Barlee, S. Carkeek, Norman Jarvis, John Nankervis, James Post/D. Whitehead, A. Land, W. Whitehead, F. Klippel, J. G. Land, Jas. Tullocli and others. Also pri vately, during the week, a line of 60 for wa...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

? Co^nmercial. \ MELBOUBlSrE LIVE STOGK REPORT Fat Shbep.-— 26,500yardetl. ^p?ke market . iwas moderately supplied witJijgobd to prime qualities,* Land for- -such pricfes ruled fully 'inweisf-s rates, while f°r second anft||^e1^rVdelfertet»on8^^Jfee^ittemand was weaker, tut no St^r4t?.on'**m values can be quoted. Very few crossbreds yarded. Prime -crossbred wethers from 14s to 16s 6d ; small drafts of prime; show wethers, from 21s to. 22? 6dj prime crossbred ewes, , $$-' r$£s, ^telown^i)^ #eighi5 aiicl quality ; small drafts of prime show ewes, from 15s to 18s ; prime merino wethers, from lis 6d to 13a 6d ; exfcra^ -prime -and -'beavy ''dor,'^rom'''l4^'''ts '15s f good, merino wethers, from 10.s to? , lis ^ middling atid^ ii.ferior, fi^'jTwM^-,83- -'? prime merino ewes, from 8s to 9s. '* FAT ^ja^:^^r500~ were {3^naed.--- Sale s were bi iska aud prices ruled high throughout. Prime sold jat|rom lOe to,lls6d, small drafts; eKt^iprimecr^ssbredfj from I2s6d t,o|4§6d good y»ld*'aV from Ss...

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A SUCCESSFUL SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

A SUCCE:^ SFUL SEASON; A meeting was held on Saturday, April 18th, for the purpose of winding up the Hillsborough Cricket Jlub. Mr X. McGee occuj led tee chair, »nd called upon the secietary to lead the report and produce balance sheet, as follows : — Gentlemen, — ^ e have had a very successful season, both financially and o' her wise. YVe have played BGVen niiitrlioc tr it.h ne'shbourintr clubs, and i W0U f-ix, thereby only losing one, and that *as the first match of the season against 'Yackandandah, who v on by 15 runs. The aggregate number of runs made by our team in these matches was SOS iuns,,af5aiust4y0. G. Wilberforce has the best batting average the bowling horors come to J. Fmnie. It is my pleasiug duty to inform you that have a credit balance of LI 14s, anil a good kit of tools, viz, 3 bate, 2 balls, new set of stumps, gloves, and pads. My thanks Ate due to the President (Mr Kelly), and all the members for the enthusiastic manner which they have 'worked all through the sea...

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HILLSBOROUGH v. SUTTON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

HILLSBOROUGH v. SUTTON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A verv enjovab e, although one-sided, game was played on the Hillsborough Cricket -round, between Hillsborough aud jSutt. n teams on Saturday last. G. *°lster captained the visitors, while A. Stone did likewise f.r the locals. Hillsborough went '£rst to the wicsets, aud were not disposed of uutd the score reached tbe respectable total of 98. H. Olingin played a tine inn ings for 35, and G. Crawford 12, ihey being the principal scorers. The bowling of L. Crawford proved too destructive for the Sutton players, and the innings closed for 35. They followed aud made 4o. o McKibbin 13, and T. Folster 10, batted ?well. Hillsborough thus won the match by one innings aud 20 runs. The following Jire the scopes : — Sutton — 1st Innings. Tt. McKibben, b T. Crawford ... 0 R.Waterson, c H.Clin^in, b L.Crawford 4 T. Folster, c A. Stone, b L. Crawford ... 9 J AJcKibben, b L. Crawford 3 'W. Folster, b L. Crawford ... ... o C. Foister, st J. Trezi...

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Beechworth Prospecting Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Jicech rvorth Prospecting Hoard. - '',U. '' ?. ? The Prospecting Board sat at Leonard's Hotel on Wednesday last, the following members being present : —^Messrs Turnbull (chairman), Ra-dcliffe, aid Murphy ; also Mr Alderdice clerk to tbe Board. ! Evidence was taken as follows: — James Mcintosh and party appli cants for £150 for working on tbe Independence line of reef said they proposed putting in a tunnel, and would afterwards work it by shaft. They would not have many feet of backs, and it would not be possible to put in a. tunnel lower down, as the present tunnel was in the bed of the gully. Arthur Stone, Walter Wilberforce and others applied for £200, in connection with the working of the Benvenuto. Good gold had previous ly been got from this claim 15Ctons giving as much as 200ozs. They would require to put down the present shaft, and would work 6 to 10 men from 3 to 5 mouths. The work would cost £400, and cost of sinking would J be £3 per foot. There was every known indication ...

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Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

l5;^ \Petty Sesstotis, Eiewa^— First Wednesday in each MittaMifcta— -rE ve'ryTnesday» day in feach nlbnth. ¥ ackandandah — Every Monday at 11 a.nu

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CRICKET. FREEDOM BROS., v. BOGONG. (From our Gundowring Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

CRICKET. ? ? _T. ? : FREEDOM BROS.- v, . BOGONG. fFrom our Gundo w i ins Correspondent.) An enjoyable gi»uie » f cricket was played on the Gundoiimng giou«Vit _«n Saturday Jasfc, and resulted in a w.n for tbe Fiee 4 om Brof. The foil jwmg are ilie seores ' BOGOKG — 1st lnuings. J. Walker, st. J. Biilsborrpw ... 0 P, Duane, b Hobbs — 3 A. Smart, c Keegan, -b Hobbs ... 8 F. Briges, b W. Billsborrow ... '0 K T. Reid, c Dale, b Billsborrow 4 J. Robson, b Billsborrow ... ... 0 A. Ford, b Hobbs ~ ' J. Stu*it, b Biilsbollow ... ... j- J. Cooper, b Hobbs ... ® W. Morrison, run out ... * R. Stephen-, not out ... ^ Leg byes ... ?? z Total ? — 49 FbeeduM Bko?. — 1st innings. T. Dale, b Kubson ? ?? j* W. Billsborrow. b Robson ? « A. Hobbs, c Dame, b Walker ... V Jno. Bill-borrow, c Ford, b Robsou ^ .T Cro-th aite, e .Duane, b Robson 0 jas. Billsbonow, b Walker ... J? J. Keeaau, b Walter ... ??? ' W. Crostli w«ite, not out ... ?? J® J- Bell, c Briggs, b Walker .. » H. Crosfchwaite, b R'jbson ......

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

waysii-e notes. The English mail brings parties | of the new remedy for tnbercoV H| goat's blood. Reports are giveu^ I sevei-al cures during the experimen^[ jji stage of persons in the last stao-e j S| consumption. The mode of Ha ment is as follows ; — The goat aft having had its neck shaved, is broao-1 1 to the bedside of the patient. & a spirit lamp is lit, upon which placed a basin full of an anti-scnf fluid. This is raised to the temper! ature of the aaimal's blood (about 37deg. Reaumur), and in it are placed Pravas syringe and the glass intended to receive the blood. The instrument having been cleansed and the glaSi warmed, M. Picq pricks the jugulap with such a fleam as is used ]1r veterinary surgeons. M. Bertie immediately pumps the blood, rapidly B fixes the needle to the syringe, and P! practices injection in the appep f vexternal region of the thigh. T he- operation occasions no pain to ^in patient. or at the most it sometime occasions a slight neddle-rash or some ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Local- -11 i-l CrGiievai. Fourth Page. — On our Fourth Page I will be found the following interesting articles: — Our Melbourne Letter ; Sandy Creek Mining Notes ; Sandy Creek Races (by our correspondent) ? Outrage by In dian Havvkers^i Makings Wine on a Small Scale : and the Wodonga Building Society directors' report. Police Coxjbt. — At the Yackandandah Police ^3ohrt ion Moudav, hefore Messrs Dolphin and McCombe,' J.'s P., William Ryan was brought up on three charges, — insulting words, insulting behavior and unlawful assault on a man, Thomas Trap pold. The offences were committed the previous evening about 8 o'clock. Accused was fined Ll on each charge, or in defanlt three days' imprisonment, cumulative. The fines were paid.— Martin McMahob was charged with using obscene language. He was fined 20s, in default three days' im prisonment. The fine was p^id Rifle Club.1 — A meeting of the Rifle Club will be held at the range to-day (Saturday) for the purpose of taking steps to arraue...

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THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

The Rai lway. The caustic criticism j pf the ' Age V upon j the construction of the Yacjtavndandah .railway has I broncrlit' fortTi a reply from the Rail way Commissioners, which tlirows aL together-a diffei-eut light-on the sub i ect. Of «onrse ? the ? ' Age1 ' had' |the I cpacl^ing ;from lone wiio perhaps had i good reas^;to; jveut. ^ grudge upon, the l-ailway department, and con sequently. although there are a few : iudisput|cb|et ^facts,'- many are moun tins fi,*om. molehills. ?? It is - Kuirp/is ing for one t hing to be informed by f^ie ^4il\va| bridge'/bve]^ ^Cbjoioiiesioners',.; Creek; will cost only LI 700. If this is the scheduled p.rice for tlie work a very great mistake must have been made by the contr-actor. The cost of con struction independent of the timber, With l'egard to timber theVelias been enough timbfifo i66 ^AlKIsln^S ^on^the ground to build two such bridges — frpm piles to p|ankp. '^W«']shoiiJd' s^y from observation fl&e' orid§e' has feofef. 1)5000 ; b...

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POLICE-COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

POLICE. COURTS. The follou-iag are Mr Rowan's appoint ments at the undermentioned Courts dur ing the year. He will also attend addi tional da}^ when practicable : — ( YACKAlN^ANDAH , Mondays, ,11. o'clock February 2,' Mkt-bh 2, April 13 May 14, Jane 1, July 6, August 10, September 7, October IS, November 2 and December 14. \ V *' MITT A'MITT^— 'Tuesdays, 9.S0 aim on February 10, 'iiprii 7, jime jS, Aug 4, October 6, December 8. -t . . KIEW A— Wednesdays, 2 p.m., oh Feb 4, April I,1 'JMe'B, August 5, October 7 December 9. Mr. PERRY, of Beechworth, will isit Yackandandah, on the dates appointed y the Police Oourt Magistrate. 5

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Outrage by Indian Hawkers. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

Outrage by Indian Hawkers. Particulars are to hand respecting the shooting- of a girl by an Indian hawker at Mr W. T. Row's Glenfine station on Friday 17th. It appears, that two Indian pedlars called at Glenfine on Friday, visiting the re formatory. On the matron of the institution observing the Indians in j the yard of the establishment she j ordered them away, but they con tinued to press the matron to look at the wares they had for sale. The matron, however, wouid not do so and the men then left the place. After the lapse of an hour they — apparently deciding on having ' revenge ' — | returned without their packs, walked around the building and glanced : towards the windows of the house. At an open window sat a girl named ' Annie Rutherford, aged about 8 years. Shortly afterwards a report as of a pistol was heard, and the girl at the window was shot in the right hand. It would seem, from thie sur roundings of the -case, that the Indians, on seeing Annie Rutherford at the window^ ...

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The Bethanga Jumping Case. Wodonga, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 April 1891

The Bethanija fTumpimj Case , ? ;u: ? Wodonga, Wednesday. In the Wodonga Court of Miues j to-day the appeal case Robinson v. ' Nanlcervis, ; which affects the title of the Wallace- Bethanga -Gompany, was i commenced. The case 'was an appeal from a decision by Mr. : Warden] Rowan, who dismissed the complaint. holding that a machinery site was not a claim, and that Robinson should have been put in possession by the warden. I Mr. Emerson, who repre sented the respondent, raised a num ber of objections, the principal one being that the appeal' 'had been im properly draw a up, inasmuch, as it mentioned the 15th May as . the date of the sitting of the Court of Mines, but J ndge Hamilton overruled all of theni. Arguments oh both sides were heard at length this afternoon, but no 'evidence was taken, and the further hearing was adjourned until tomor row. The case, owing to the import ance of the issues involved excites considerable interest all over the dis trict Mr. Isaacs, of Melbourne, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Special Medical Notice. , ... i ? v: .:?!????? '? -.j -.i ^ M H. I, KllpMANN, CONSULTING \ HERBALIST akd ECLECTIC, ; Of 172 and 174 William -STEBaT JUeiootime. In order that all sufferers in Riverina and ! Junee District may be able to obtain the benefit of Mli KUGELM ANN'S undoubted skill, he \'isit8 the followinj towns regularly every month, aud may be consulted per as under. ALBURY — (N.S.W.). — At the Globe Hotel. Hours : 9 a.m. till l. n.m, onlv. on Satur days, 17th January —14th Feb ruar f — 4t March— H th Ap il — 9bh May— 6th June. '» COWRA (N.S.W.). — At the Fitzroy Hotel on Wednesdays, 14th January — llth February -llth March — Sth April — 6th May — 3rd June. COOTAMTJNDRA (N.S.W.).— At the Albion Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. on Thursdays, 15th January — 12th February — 12th March — 9th April — 7th May — 4th June. WAGOA WAOOA. CN.S.W'.)— At the Criterion Hotel. Hours: 10 a.m. till 5 p.'it. on Fridays. 16th J -umaTy — 13th Febru irv — 13th March — 10th ' April— Sth May — ...

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What Invention Has Done. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

What Invention Has Done.. ? What has invention d ne? Well, this will serve as an example merely . It used to take by ol-i methods, as compared with inventions now nced, five time- much labour in boot mak'ite, flour making, three time* as much in coal mining, six times as much in makiiis tin cms thres times as much in carriage makinsr, and .tea times as many looms can now be managed by one weaver. At a. silver mine in Nevada a stream of water falling 460ft is made to turn a water-wheel, and gives 20q ; horse- power. The same stream 's carried , down another 1680ft.. a'd i* c -ught on six water-wheels, giving off 750 Horse power. which by mean'' of electticity is conveyed to the surface, and runs a G0-sta »p battery. It is by the same inventions — tlie wa^er-wlieel and electricity — that the grea' ta«k of usi'itr N'avara is about to b-*- affected. Only 4 per cent of the water will be used ; it will not he noticeable, but that quantity will siipply 120,00.) horse-power. The power wi 1 ...

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